Theodore Wores papers
Letters received, 1884-1967, concern Wores' art work, the Bohemian Club, the work of sculptor Douglas Tilden, and other matters. William Keith writes of his own work and choice of subject matter. Other correspondents include Orrin Peck, Frank Duveneck, Charles Rollo Peters, Mrs. Alexander Russel, Matteo Sandona, and Percy Gray. In addition …
Chester Dale papers
The papers of New York art collector Chester Dale measure 8.4 linear feet and date from circa 1883-2003. Dale amassed one of the world's most complete collections of nineteenth and twentieth century French art, was a collector of eighteenth century American portraitists, and a patron and collector of twentieth American artists including George Bellows and Mary Cassatt. The bulk of the collection dates from 1920 to 1970 and documents Dale's activities through biographical material, correspondence, memoirs and other writings, purchase, sales and estate records, printed material, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Barnes Foundation lecture notes
137 pages of notes covering 33 lectures given by Violette De Mazia at the Barnes Foundation on 19th and 20th century art. These unauthorized notes include the orientation lecture, reading assignements, and class discussions.
This accession consists of exhibition records created and maintained by the Exhibitions Manager, Marie Elena Amatangelo, in her work planning and coordinating exhibitions at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery. Exhibitions represented include High Fiber; Modernism in American Silver: 20th Century Design; American ABC: Childhood in 19th Century America …
Joseph Jackson papers
Monographs and other material relating primarily to Joseph Pennell, John Krimmel and lithography. Included are newspaper clippings relating to the death of Joseph Pennell, 1926; Writings by Jackson, including "Joseph Pennell as a Lithographer", "American Architecture Owes Something to the Drawings of Joseph Pennell," "Paintings by John Lewis Krimmel in Exhibitions …
Albert Edward Elsen papers
Personal and professional files, the bulk consisting of research material used in publications and his teaching career at Stanford University. Included are correspondence, writings, notes, artists' files, photographs and printed material. A portion of Elsen's files on Seymour Lipton have been microfilmed.
Acoustiguide tour of Brookgreen Gardens
An acoustiguide tour of Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina narrated by A. Hyatt Mayor, the nephew of sculptor Anna Hyatt-Huntington, with an introduction by the director at that time, Gurdon Lucius Tarbox, Jr. Mayor discusses sculpture in the collection by numerous sculptors including Anna Hyatt-Huntington, Charles Rumsey, Daniel Chester French …
National Sculpture Society records
Photographs, scrapbooks, printed material, correspondence and business records.
William Couper papers
The papers of William Couper date from 1872 through 1971 with the bulk of the material dated 1872 through 1908. The collection consists of 0.9 linear feet of letters, photographs, and printed material that document William Couper's career as a sculptor and his family life. Letters are from Couper and his wife to his parents, and to his brother John, discussing family matters, his art training, his travels, and his work in New York. There are also several letters from his father-in-law, sculptor Thomas Ball.
Thomas Ustick Walter papers
Papers documenting Ustick's work in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Venezuela, and other locations, and include detailed information on Girard College, Philadelphia, and the U.S. Capitol Building. Included are letters from Randolph Rogers, Robert Mills, and M.C. Meigs regarding the Capitol.