Felix Octavius Carr Darley letters
Three letters; one to Smith and Butler, July 17, 1853, one to Mr. Stoddart, September 24, 1887, and another to Mr. Austin, December 31, 1887.
Jessie Willcox Smith papers
Correspondence, both personal and professional; clipppings, postcards, invitations, invoices, notes, and photographs.
Pamela Colman Smith letters
Letters from Smith to "Bobby" and "Maysie", many illustrated, describing her activities and acquaintances, the sale of her art work, and a meeting with Howard Pyle. Includes transcription of the play "Henry Morgan."
W.W. Comfort letter from Maxfield Parrish
Parrish, Maxfield, 1870-1966
Parrish writes accepting an invitation to join Phi Beta Kappa of Haverford.
H. Lyman Sayen papers
Letters to Sayen; exhibition catalogs; printed material; annotated scrapbooks complied by Sayen's daughter, Ann, containing letters, photographs, clippings and material about Sayen's scientific achievements and his lunettes for the U.S. Capitol completed in 1905; a typescript of a talk, "The United States and Modern Art," given by Sayen at the Philadelphia …
Class minute book and printed material
Class minute book, including sketches by Maxfield Parrish, minutes of meetings, wedding invitations and clippings relating to the Class of 1892 at Haverford College.
Emlen Etting papers
Correspondence, journal, writings, printed material, scrapbook, and two card files on paintings.
Maxfield Parrish letters and scrapbook
Reel D9: Three letters to Alexander Wilson Drake, 1906-1909; 33 to Francis Welch Crowninshield, 1910-1913, mostly regarding business affairs pertaining to his illustrations; and to E.P. Dutton Company. Also one letter from the Century Company to Parrish, January 27, 1913; clippings, and reproductions.
Alice Barber Stephens papers
The papers of engraver and illustrator Alice Barber Stephens measure 0.3 linear feet and date from 1884 to 1986. The collection includes letters, photographs, printed material, and miscellaneous items.
Edith Emerson papers
The papers of painter, illustrator, and curator Edith Emerson measure 2.1 linear feet and date from 1839 to 1981, with the bulk of the material dating from 1894-1971. Found within the papers are biographical material; letters from friends and colleagues; writings and notes by Emerson and others; artwork, including three sketchbooks; subject files; photographs of Emerson, family, friends, and artwork; and scattered printed material.