Albert Pinkham Ryder collection
Correspondence; poems by Ryder; writings about him; notes; and clippings, compiled by Philip Evergood and Charles and Louise Fitzpatrick.
Albert Pinkham Ryder letter to Thomas B. Clarke
A letter from Ryder to collector Thomas B. Clarke thanking him for his payment for "The Temple of the Mind," and telling Clarke of his excitement about his painting "Jonah and the Whale" which he completed probably in 1885. He writes "I think you will be delighted with it."
Evelyn Eastwood writings relating to Albert Pinkham Ryder
Notes of an interview with Albert Lorey Groll, a friend of Albert Pinkham Ryder, primarily concerning Ryder, and a typed draft of Eastwood's unpublished book, "In His Own Country - The Story of Albert Pinkham Ryder."
Charles Erskine Scott Wood papers relating to Albert Pinkham Ryder
An unfinished letter to Wood from Albert Pinkham Ryder, Oct. 2, 1899, in which Ryder comments on his painting, and updates Wood of his progress. In it he writes "an ounce of poetry added to a picture is worth many pounds of paint." Enclosed with the letter is a note to Wood …
John Pickard papers
A letter from Pickard to many American artists requesting information from them for an art history course he was teaching at the University of Missouri in 1907 and replies from George de Forest Brush, Bryson Burroughs, Thomas Eakins, Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, Albert Pinkham Ryder, and Dwight W. Tryon. Also included …
Oral history interview with Martin Friedman
Seckler, Dorothy Gees, 1910-1994
27 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Martin Friedman in Provincetown, Mass. conducted 1965 Sept. 3-Sept. 5, by Dorothy Seckler, for the Archives of American Art.
Wilhelmina Ludwig Wyckoff papers
Letters; sketches; a photograph; exhibition catalogs; and miscellaneous items.
James Edward Kelly papers
Business correspondence; correspondence between Robert Bruce and George Hope Ryder (Kelly's patron) concerning Ryder's collection of sculpture by Kelly; a bound typescript of Kelly's memoirs with descriptions of New York City from the Civil War period to the 1930s and impressions of HARPER'S and SCRIBNER'S magazines, the National Academy of Design …
Frederic Fairchild and Julia Munson Sherman papers
Sherman, Julia Munson, d. 1972
Personal and business correspondence; biographical material; photographs of Elliot Orr and others, a daguerreotype of a drawing of Judge David Sherman Boardman of the Superior Court of Connecticut, 1853 by Waldo and Jewett; art work by Albert Lorey Groll, Elliot Orr, Thomas Maitland Cleland, Theodore Bolton, and others; notes; clippings and …
William T. Evans letters
Printed material and letters to Evans from collectors, dealers, and artists. Letters discuss business matters including the Munich International Art Exposition 1883, the American Watercolor Society, the Salmagundi Club, the Lotos Club, and Evans loaning work from his private collection for exhibitions, requests from artists wanting Evans to comment on and …