Elbridge Kingsley papers
An autobiography; list of the Kingsley Collection; and photographs.
Poems : and wood engravings / by Alfonso Ossorio
Inscribed "from Alfonso Ossorio."[Microfilm title: Malcolm Goldstein papers.]
Benson J. Lossing letters
Letters to Lossing from the following people: Henry Carey Baird, Mr. Barnard, William W. Belknap, Charles Campbell, L. L. Doty, Lyman C. Draper, Theodor F. Dwight, Charles W. Parsons, Anna T. Harrison, and James Grant Wilson. Most of the correspondents are historians, government officials, or relatives of prominent political figures …
John Warner Barber scrapbook pages
Items "From Diary of J. W. Barber" pasted onto paper: a sketch of Lorenzo Dow, "Preaching on the steps of the South Portico of the State House at New Haven, Conn. June 30th 1832," an illustration from a wood engraving of the "Hudson Co. Court House & Jail Hudson City New Jersey," said …
George A. Gilbert artworks
Drawings, engravings and watercolors by Gilbert and other artists, including S. Rufus Mason, James Barton Longacre, Thomas Sully, and his teacher, William Mason.
Henry Wolf photographs
Photoreproductions of Wolf engravings. These reproductions are frequently signed by Wolf and occasionally by contemporary artists from whose work they are taken. They are numbered to correspond to the checklist in Ralph Clifton Smith, LIFE AND WORKS OF HENRY WOLF, 1927, and are arranged accordingly.
Timothy Cole papers
The papers of wood engraver Timothy Cole date from 1883-1936, and measure 0.5 linear feet. Found within the papers are letters primarily written by Timothy Cole to the editors of Century Magazine, and letters to Cole from colleagues Gifford Beal, Alice Brown, George de Forest Brush, Kenyon Cox, David Finney, Helen C. Frick, Joseph Pennell, Caroline Powell, John Singer Sargent, and Helen M. Turner. Also found are miscellaneous writings, artwork including wood engravings and printing plates, miscellaneous clippings and a photograph of Cole and his wife.
Thomas Dodgson Sugden papers
Letters to Sugden from librarians, art organizations, historical societies, and artists pertaining to wood engraving, and a notebook, 1895, in which Sugden has gathered "the many notes on wood-Engraving etc. which I have written from time to time during the last thirty years."
George A. Kubler collection
Collection consists ofapproximately 66,000, high quality engravings collected by Kubler from European and American books and periodicals dating almost exclusively from the 19th century.Portraits and city views document the social history and material culture of the period. Specific topics covered include archery, boxing, funerals, irrigation, milk, peddlers, riots, stenography, volcanos, and wrecks, among others. Among the publications from which illustrations were removed are Harper's weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Puck, Illustrated London News, and King's New York City Views. Dates Kubler noted on the individual items are the dates on which the illustrations appeared in the publication from which they were extracted, not the date of the events or subjects being documented. Each print is mounted on tissue. Folders marked by a red circle indicate extremely rare prints.
George Loring Brown sketchbook and engravings and Harriet Pease Brown diary
Brown, Harriet Pease, 1811-1853
A book of pencil and watercolor sketches by George Loring Brown; a diary kept by Mrs. Brown while traveling in Italy with her husband in 1840-1841; and an 1836 issue of PARLEY'S MAGAZINE, New York and Boston, with engravings attributed to George Loring Brown.