John Neagle printed material
Bound pamphlets and reprints, 1781-1857, from Neagle's library, including material on the American Academy of Fine Arts, John Trumbull, National Academy of Design, transactions of the American art union, John R. Clark and a discourse by S.F.B. Morse.
Raphaelle Peale letter
Letter to "Graff," a collector interested in purchasing one of Peale's paintings. Peale tells of the personal problems which have made it necessary to lower the painting's price in order to facilitate its sale.
James B. Sword letter
A note thanking Miss Peters for her "kind words and appreciation in regard to my [Sword's] paintings..."
N. C. Wyeth letter
Wyeth writes to Mr. McCann regarding McCann's purchase of Wyeth's painting "Dogman" which was shown at the Art Museum at Bowdoin.
Edward Redfield letters to Irene Weygandt
Brief letters to Irene Schmit Weygandt, a friend and patron of Redfield's, regarding her clients, purchases of paintings, and commissions for sales.
Rubens Peale diaries
A daily journal covering the last ten years of Ruben Peale's life. Much of it concerns farm and family activities, but there are also many references to his still-life painting. Entries from April 1865 describe the news of Abraham Lincoln's assassination and funeral procession.
William T. Trego photographs
A photograph of a study for Trego's painting RESCUE OF THE COLORS, and one of Trego in his North Wales, Pennsylvania studio at work on one of his series of MADONNA AND CHILD, ca. 1904-1905. (Original paintings are in the Bucks County Historical Society)
Arthur B. Carles letter to Alfred Stieglitz
Carles writes Stieglitz regarding an exhibition at the 291 Gallery, and about murals painted for Mrs. Meyer.
Charles Demuth papers
Postcards and letters from Helen W. Henderson, Robert and Beatrice Locher, Arnold Ronnebeck, Charles and Katharine Sheeler, Florine Stettheimer, Susan Watts Street, William Carlos Williams, Marsden Hartley, Henry McBride, Georgia O'Keeffe and others; postcards and letters to his mother Agusta Demuth, from Charles while in Paris, 1921; photos of Demuth and …
Oral history interview with Louis Sloan
An interview of Louis Sloan conducted 1991 July 18, by Cynthia Veloric, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.