Charles Keck papers, 1905-1954

Keck, Charles, b. 1875 d. 1951
Sculptor
Active in Carmel, N.Y.

Collection size: 6.6 linear ft. (on 3 microfilm reels)

Collection Summary: Scrapbooks, photographs, a record book of price lists, writings, biographical information, and printed material.

REEL D105: Scrapbooks containing clippings, speeches, photographs, and some correspondence; photographs of works of art; biographical information; and lists of works. Among the photographs are two of Keck at work in his studio, and two of him at the Beaux Arts Ball, ca. 1920, at the Astor Hotel, NYC.

REEL 439 AND SCANNED One photograph of Keck, previously microfilmed under Photos of Artists I, has subsequently been scanned and returned to the Keck papers.

REEL 441: 16 photographs, including 11 of Keck's work from ca. 1905 in Rome while at the American Academy, 2 of his studio in Rome, and 3 group photographs of Keck, Adolph Weinman, Milton Horn, and others.

REEL 2068: A record book with price lists of his work; a notebook containing records of his work; speeches; letters received; clippings; and awards.

UNMICROFILMED: ca. 1215 glass negatives and photographs of Keck's works, his studio, and personal themes.

Biographical/Historical Note: Sculptor; Carmel, New York.

Donated or lent for microfilming 1962-1973 by Anne C. Keck, widow of Charles Keck.

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