Charles M. Kurtz papers, 1843-1990, bulk, 1884-1909

A Finding Aid to the Charles M. Kurtz Papers, 1843-1990, bulk 1884-1909, in the Archives of American Art, by Arleen Pancza-Graham

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Biographical Information

Charles M. Kurtz's name is known to many scholars and students of American art history. To some he is important for his critical writings, others are interested in his management of exhibitions for the Art Union and the American Art Association. Many are aware of him because of his publication of National Academy Notes, which continued for nine years. Still others are familiar with Kurtz in his role as an art administrator for late 19th century art exhibitions like those at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago and the St. Louis Fair, or for his accomplishments as the first director of the Albright Gallery in Buffalo, New York. Sometimes researchers have become familiar with his name through the sale catalogue for his considerable collection, which was sold at auction after his death in 1909. His career, which encompassed the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth century, touched on virtually every aspect of art in America during that period.

Born in 1853 to Davis Brook Kurtz (1826-1906), an attorney, and Julia Wilder, Charles Kurtz enjoyed a genteel upbringing. The Kurtz family originated in Darmstadt, Germany, and migrated to America in the eighteenth century. D.B. Kurtz, a leading member of the Lawrence County bar, was also a vice-president of the National Bank of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. As a local representative of many important railroad and business interests, he accumulated assets estimated at one million dollars by the time of his death, just three years before that of his son, Charles, the eldest of his five children. Unlike his brothers Louis, who also became an attorney, and Edward, a professor at Columbia University, Charles eschewed a professional career to enter the art world, as did his sisters Emily, an artist, and Catherine, a musician.

After his graduation from Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania, Kurtz visited the Centennial Exposition, held in 1876 in Philadelphia, before coming to New York to study art at the National Academy of Design. These two activities foreshadowed the direction that his career would eventually take. As the chronology indicates, his early efforts revolve around writing for a variety of publications, most notably, his own National Academy Notes. In 1881 he took what was to be the first of many trips abroad to survey the art scene in Europe. Later in his career, his fascination with foreign art and his own entrepeneurial interests led him to become an outspoken opponent of tariffs on imported art.

Kurtz's personal life changed significantly in 1884 when he met Julia Stephenson, a physician's daughter and fledging art student from Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Throughout their courtship and after their marriage the couple was frequently separated. Consequently, they wrote lengthy letters which document not only their personal relationship but also Kurtz's aspirations and activities in the art world.

With his appointment as one of Halsey C. Ives's (1847-1911) chief assistants of the Fine Arts Department of the World's Columbian Exposition in 1891, Charles Kurtz's career achieved international stature. Among the most notable European artists he introduced into this country through circulating exhibitions were the Glasgow School, the Danish School, the Hungarian artist, Mihaly Munkacsy, and the subject of his final exhibition, the Spanish artist, Sorolla.

Throughout his life, Kurtz was plagued by health problems and, in 1899, illness forced him to resign as Assistant Director of Fine Arts for the United States for the Paris Exposition of 1900. Throughout the following decade, his work was increasingly interrupted by ill health. His death in 1909 at the age of 54, while sudden, was not entirely unexpected. However it most certainly cut short a cosmopolitan career that encompassed virtually every aspect of the art world and the pertinent issues of the day.

Kurtz is remembered for his editorial work with the National Academy of Design; as Art Director for the Southern Exposition, 1883-1886, and the St. Louis Exposition, 1894-1899 (where he introduced the Glasgow School of Painting); and as Assistant Chief/Director for the World's Columbian Exposition, the 1900 Paris Exposition, and the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition. He was also director of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy.

Charles McMeen Kurtz born
receives B.S. degree from Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania
studies at the National Academy of Design, N.Y. with Lemuel Wilmarth and William Morgan; writes a column, "New York Letters," for The Courant published in New Castle, Pennsylvania
edits a small daily paper published during a "National Camp Meeting for the promotion of Holiness" held that summer in New Castle, Pa.; its critical stance resulted in his public denouncement and earned him a reputation as a journalist in western Pennsylvania; receives M.A. from Washington and Jefferson College
becomes the local editor of The Guardian of New Castle
publishes The Daily Reporter, a financial success
publishes the first issue of National Academy Notes; travels in Europe, spending time in England, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France (Paris)
prepares Illustrated Notes for Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition
writes "Art Notes" in The New York Tribune and resigns Dec. 23rd
accepts position to write for Music and Drama, a new daily paper
becomes the general manager of the American Art Union; exhibits a large collection of Art Union paintings in Buffalo, N.Y. and Louisville, Ky., where they became part of the Southern Exposition's first great art display
accepts offer to become Director of the Art Department, Southern Exposition, Louisville, Kentucky
edits Art Union magazine until December; applies for position to head the Art Department of the New Orleans World's Fair in September
accepts a position offered by the American Art Association; terminates uncongenial relationship in March, 1886
writes catalogues for the sale of the George Seney Collection and for the Watts exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; October 1, marries Julia Stephenson (1861-1931), daughter of Dr. A. T. Stephenson of Harrodsburg, Kentucky; they had two daughters who survived them: Julia Wilder Kurtz (1889-1977), and Isabella Starkweather Kurtz (1901-1991); another daughter, Elizabeth Stephenson Kurtz (1886-1897), predeceased them
terminates employment with the Art Association; daughter, Elizabeth Stephenson Kurtz, born
manages the circulation of Mihaly Munkacsy's Christ Before Pilot for Charles Sedelmeyer to American venues: New York, Boston, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Nashville, Phildelphia, Indianapolis; tour generates $90,000 in ticket receipts
February 24, appointed art critic ("Art Notes") and book reviewer for New York Daily Star; later literary and art editor of the Sunday Star
writes for the Sunday edition The Press, a New York paper
writes for The World; art editor for The New York Recorder; contributes to the New York Truth
contributes to Chicago Evening Post ; writes artist biographies for The Chicago Graphic, a regional magazine; appointed Assistant Chief of the Department of Fine Arts of the World's Columbian Exposition
contributes column, "Art at the Exposition" to St. Louis Life
tours Denmark, Scotland, and France during the summer on behalf of the St. Louis Exposition
appointed Director of the Art Department of the St. Louis Annual Exposition
elected member of The Japan Society, London
daughter, Elizabeth (Daisy), dies
receives a diploma and medal "in recognition of valuable services in connection with the Fine Arts Exhibit" from the directors of the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition, Omaha
appointed Assistant Director of Fine Arts for the United States Commission to the Paris Exposition of 1900; resigned in July due to ill health
appointed Assistant Chief of the Department of Art of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, August
daughter, Isabella Starkweather Kurtz, born
receives honorary Ph.D from Washington and Jefferson College "in recognition of distinguished ability and services as an art critic and writer"
receives the cross of the Order of Merit from Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria; appointed Director, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy and Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, in January; exhibits Glasgow paintings at Albright Art Gallery from November until the following April
writes Academy Notes, a bulletin pubished by the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy and the Albright Art Gallery; father, D.B. Kurtz, dies in Newcastle, Pennsylvania
accused of importing German pictures free of duty for exhibition purposes and then selling some for profit
Honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree conferred by Washington and Jefferson College
Charles M. Kurtz dies in Buffalo, New York on March 21
Sale of the private collection of Charles M. Kurtz at auction, Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 24-25
Widow, Julia Stephenson Kurtz dies October 30
Daughter, Julia Wilder Kurtz, dies
Daughter, Isabel Starkweather Kurtz, dies in Buffalo, N.Y.; remaining Charles M. Kurtz Papers bequeathed to the Archives of American Art and the National Academy of Design, New York

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Charles M. Kurtz papers measure 27 linear feet and date from 1843 to 1990 with the bulk of the material dating from 1884 to 1909. The bulk of the collection consists of chronological correspondence between Kurtz and his family, most notably his wife, friends, colleagues, and business associates. Kurtz's letters are amazingly detailed and document many notable exhibitions, galleries, museums, private collections, as well as cities, people, and events of the period. The letters between Kurtz and his wife are most interesting for their descriptive commentary on late 19th century life and offer a complete picture of Kurtz's activities. Many of Kurtz's letters to Halsey C. Ives can be found in the Halsey C. Ives Papers. Some of the letters in the collection are illustrated. Also found in the collection are Kurtz's diaries, scrapbooks, printed materials, and photographs.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is organized into twelve series. Glass plate negatives are housed separately and closed to researchers.

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following index terms:

  • Abbey, Edwin Austin, 1852-1911
  • Albright Art Gallery (Buffalo, N.Y.).
  • American Art Association.
  • Avery, Samuel Putnam, 1822-1904
  • Buffalo Fine Arts Academy.
  • Cesnola, Luigi Palma di, 1832-1904
  • Clarke, Thomas B. (Thomas Benedict), 1848-1931
  • Exposition universelle internationale de 1900 (Paris, France).
  • Hallowell, Sara
  • Hambidge, Jay, 1867-1924
  • Hasbrouck, Du Bois Fenelon, b.1860
  • Irwin, Benoni, 1840-1896
  • Ives, Halsey Cooley, 1847-1911
  • Kurtz, Davis Brook Kurtz, 1826-1906
  • Kurtz, Julia Stephenson
  • Louisiana Purchase Exposition. (1904: Saint Louis, Mo.)
  • National Academy of Design (U.S.).
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
  • Pluschow, Guglielmo
  • Reid, Alexander
  • Rhodes, Charles Ward, d. 1905
  • Richardson, Mary Curtis, 1848-1931
  • Saint Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association. (1883-1902 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
  • Sedelmeyer, Charles
  • Southern Exposition. (1885 : Louisville, Ky.)
  • Starkweather family
  • Thum, Patty P., 1853-1926
  • Wanamaker, John, 1838-1922
  • Wickenden, Robert J.
  • World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893.
  • Address books
  • Art criticism
  • Art critics--United States
  • Art museums--Buffalo (N.Y.)
  • Art, Scottish
  • Art--Collectors and collecting
  • Art--Private collections
  • Arts administrators--United States
  • Diaries
  • Editors--United States
  • Engravings
  • Etchings
  • Exhibitions--United States
  • Glasgow school of painting
  • Lithographs
  • Menus
  • Museum directors--New York (State)--Buffalo
  • Oil paintings
  • Photographs
  • Photogravures
  • Sketches
  • Tempera paintings
  • Visiting cards
  • Works of art


For many years, the Kurtz Papers were thought to have been destroyed in a fire. Isabel Kurtz, a school teacher who lived with her older sister in Buffalo, New York, was vague when initially approached about her father's papers by Archives Regional Director, Robert Brown in the mid-1980s. However upon her death in 1991, her will revealed that the papers were indeed in her house in Buffalo and the bulk of them were bequeathed to the Archives of American Art. Paintings and a diary relating to the Glasgow School were given to the Yale Center for British Art. That diary has subsequently been duplicated on microfilm and is now also available in the Archives. Scorch marks on some of the papers and also on the paintings given to Yale suggest that there was indeed a fire. The material that was not bequeathed to the Archives included duplicates of printed documents along with books from the Kurtz library and a coin collection, all of which were dispersed in an estate auction that was held in Buffalo in 1991.

Separated and Related Materials

The St. Louis Exposition/Halsey C. Ives papers in the Archives of American Art contain material relating to Charles M. Kurtz.

Also in the Archives of American Art is Kurtz' Glasgow painting diary which was lent for microfilming (reel 4912).

Additional Charles Kurtz papers, 1870-1910, including 340 letters which discuss exhibitions, sales of art, patronage, atelier visits, and submissions to publications, and letters to his parents in which he discsses the art market and art world new; as well as manuscripts, notebooks, a diary, and printed ephemera relating to exhibitions and publications, are available at the Getty Research Institute, Research Library, Los Angeles, California.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed and the finding aid written by Arleen Pancza-Graham in 1996. The finding aid was modified during EAD conversion by Stephanie Ashley in 2002. Glass plate negatives were re-housed in 2015 with a grant provided by the Smithsonian Collections Care and Preservation Fund.

How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The collection is open for research. Patrons must use microfilm copy. Glass plate negatives are housed separately and losed to researchers.

Ownership & Literary Rights

With the exception of material filmed on Reel 4912 the Charles M. Kurtz papers are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws. Permission from Yale University is required to quote, publish or reproduce from papers filmed on Reel 4912.

Available Formats

Most of the collection has been filmed on microfilm reels 4804-4826. The remaining documents were not filmed as they were represented elsewhere in the collection of the Archives of American Art. The microfilm is also available for interlibrary loan.

How to Cite this Collection

Charles M. Kurtz papers, 1843-1990 (bulk 1884-1909). Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Information, 1885-1931, undated

This series includes r�sum�s and reminiscences by and about Kurtz, obituaries of Kurtz and other family members, and miscellaneous biographical information. The types of material included are newspaper clippings, handwritten and typed manuscripts, drafts and printed matter.

R�sum�s and reminiscences consist of a press release/r�sum� by Charles M. Kurtz, "A New Appointment," on his appointment as Assistant Director of the U. S. Exposition, 1900 Paris World's Fair; a biography of Kurtz; and a reminiscence by Kurtz's daughter, Isabella Starkweather Kurtz.

Reel Frames
4804 3-13 R�sum�s and Reminiscences, undated
4804 19-42 Obituaries of Charles M. Kurtz, 1909
4804 44-52 Obituaries of Kurtz's father, D. B. Kurtz, 1906
4804 65-69 Obituaries of Kurtz's mother-in-law, Elizabeth A. Stephenson and wife, Julia Stephenson Kurtz., 1906, 1931
4804 2 Miscellaneous biographical information, wedding invitation, 1885
4804 53-63 Miscellaneous biographical information, certificates of commendation, awards, undated
4804 64 Miscellaneous biographical information, passport, 1906
Reel Frames
4818 1236-1239 Miscellaneous biographical information, letter from Mary T. Martin (relative) detailing Kurtz genealogy, undated

Series 2: Correspondence, 1843-1940, undated

Charles M. Kurtz had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances that often overlapped his personal friends and professional colleagues with his career activities. Certain individuals whose names may not be particularly well known, such as the artists, D.F. Hasbrouck, William Morgan and Patty Thum, for example, were both personal and professional friends. Their letters, often seeking Kurtz's help, are informative about their own and Kurtz's careers. Kurtz's close friends, the Starkweathers, his own relatives, and his wife's family, the Stephensons, were particularly interested in Kurtz's professional activities and also kept him informed. His sister, Emily "Clootie" Kurtz, for example, also studied art in New York under H. Siddons Mowbray and her letters, especially those written while she was in Europe in 1891, occasionally commented on the art world of the day. His father, D.B. Kurtz, an important attorney for railroad and banking concerns in western Pennsylvania, details many of his legal activities in his letters to his son. His letters have been highlighted because of his own prominence and their references to his son's collecting activities, for which he often advanced funds. There is also the occasional letter from the distinguished New York photographer, William Kurtz, who was not related to Charles M. Kurtz. His letters have been indicated by the inclusion of his first name so as to distinguish him from the Kurtz family.

Many of the names noted in the description of Kurtz's personal and professional correspondence represent individuals of interest to art historians and those studying American social history. Although some merely record a brief professional contact with Kurtz (e.g. Stanford White sending regrets), they do place the individual at a certain place in time. Several correspondents who contacted Kurtz throughout his career solely on behalf of personal concerns (e.g. his college fraternity) have not been noted. In the case of a letter written on behalf of a well known individual or organization by someone whose name may not be immediately recognizable, the appropriate identification has been indicated in brackets the first time it appears, e.g. James Grant [for John Wanamaker].

The correspondence between Kurtz and his wife is among the richest in the collection and most interesting for its descriptive commentaries on late 19th century life. Consequently the most successful method of using the Kurtz papers is for the researcher to identify a date and/or event for which information is needed (e.g. the blizzard of 1888) and then read their correspondence for that period. Another approach for arriving at useful information (e.g. a description of the Baltimore collector, Benjamin Walters' house) is to consult the chronology and ascertain Kurtz's itinerary during a given period. He invariablycomments on notable people, places and the ambiance in the cities that he visited while managing various expositions and exhibitions. Gaps in the correspondence between husband and wife usually correspond to periods when they were living or travelling together.

Many letters are illustrated (see Index), usually by Kurtz himself. The majority of these are to his wife. Some may be difficult to decipher because a fire scorched some of the letters while they were in the possession of the Kurtz family.

Reel 4805 contains letters, primarily from artists and art committee members; concerning loans for the Southern Exposition, Louisville, Kentucky (Aug.16-Oct.25, 1884) and related details. Frequent correspondence to and from Charles Kurtz to his fianc�e Julia Stephenson is regularly interspersed beginning in September, 1884. Many of the letters from E. Wood Perry refer to the Art Union; others from Kurtz refer to the Art Association.

See Index for List of Illustrated Letters

Reel Frames
4804 75-92 Undated letters, unidentified writers
4804 93-136 Partially dated letters, identified by first names
4804 137-183 Undated letters, identified by first names mainly to Julia from Nina [Starkweather?]
4804 184-215 Correspondence, A, undated
(mainly from Letty H. Alexander, also S.P. Avery)
4804 216-296 Correspondence, B-C, undated
(J. Jay Barber, Fred E. Bartlett, Geo. F. Brownell, Geo. H. Bogert, W. Gedney Bunce, Howard Russell Butler, F.S. Church)
4804 297-327 Correspondence, D-E, undated
(Louis P. Dessar, Thos. W. Dewing, Walter McEwen)
4804 328-377 Correspondence, F-G, undated
(Ben Foster, Sara Hallowell, D. F. Hasbrouck, Childe Hassam, Albert Herter, Alfred C. Howland, Henry S. Hubbell)
4804 378-395 Correspondence, I, J, K, undated
(Halsey C. Ives, Hugh Bolton Jones, Ed. G. Kennedy, Chas. M. Kurtz)
4804 396-461 Correspondence, Kurtz, undated
(Kurtz family and some "L" correspondents)
4804 462-506 Correspondence, M, undated
(Macaulay Stevenson, Cornelia F. Maury, Jervis McEntee, Gari Melchers, Wm. Morgan, H. Mowbray, Hermann Dudley Murphy, [E.?] Muybridge)
4804 507-521 Correspondence, N, O, undated
(Theodore C. No�, Ogden [Wood?])
4804 522-532 Correspondence, P, undated
(David C. Preyer)
4804 533-565 Correspondence, R, undated
(F.K.M. Rehn, Robert Reid, Chas. Ward Rhodes)
4804 566-596 Correspondence, Sa-Sm, undated
(Augusta St. Gaudens, Semple family, F. Hopkinson Smith)
4804 597-641 Correspondence, Sn-Sz, undated
(Otto Stark, Starkweather family, Edward J. Steichen, Jean Stevenson [Mrs. Macauley Stevenson], Stephenson family)
4804 642-659 Correspondence, T-V, undated
(Grosvenor Thomas, Patty Thum)
4804 660-685 Correspondence, Wa, undated
([Henry] Watrous)
4804 686-713 Correspondence, We-Z, undated
(Lyman H. Weeks, Irving B. Wiles, Wallace Wood, G.J. Zolnay)
4804 717-740 Correspondence, undated, 1848-1869
(arranged chronologically, Kurtz family)
4804 741-775 Correspondence, 1870-1879
(Kurtz family)
4804 776-795 Correspondence, 1883[?]
(Kurtz family, A. D. Smith)
4804 796-834 Correspondence, Jan.-Dec. 1880
(Kurtz family)
4804 835-870 Correspondence, 1881, undated
(many notes from artists explaining the iconography etc. of their pictures for representation in Academy Notes, Harry Chase, Henry Farrar, George Fuller, R. S. Gifford, T. Hovenden, F.K.M. Rehn, H.W. Robbins, J. H. Witt)
4804 871-965 Correspondence, Feb. 1-5, (sic) [Feb. 1-March 10 1881]
(J.F Cropsey, Jervis McEntee, F. A. Silva, Wm. Sartain, Geo. B. Wood, J. Carroll Beckwith, Thomas Eakins, Geo C. Lambdin, Worthington Whittredge, J.G. Brown, James C. Beckwith, Thomas Moran, F. A. Bridgman, F. D. Millet)
4804 966-992 Correspondence, March 11-31 (sic) [March 11-April 5], 1881
(Geo. C. Lambdin, Rosina Emmet, S. R. Koehler, W. Whittredge, J. F. Cropsey)
4804 993-1017 Correspondence, April 1-30, 1881
(Stephen Parrish, Charles M. Kurtz)
4804 1018-1041 Correspondence, May-Dec., 1881
(Eastman Johnson, Starkweather family)
4804 1042-1072 Correspondence, Jan.-Dec., 1882
(Charles M. Kurtz)
4804 1073-1100 Correspondence, Jan.-April, 1883
(Rosina Emmet, Jervis McEntee, F. A. Bridgman, Charles Sprague Pearce, Charles M. Kurtz)
4804 1101-1125 Correspondence, May-July, (sic) [May-Aug. 8], 1883
(William Sartain, L.B. di Cesnola, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4804 1126-1194 Correspondence, Aug.-Sept., 1883
(Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. I. Seney, Jervis McEntee, Ed. H. Blashfield, Julia Stephenson)
4804 1195-1236 Correspondence, Nov.1883
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, telegrams from artists authorizing sales of their pictures at Louisville Exposition)
4804 1237-1336 Correspondence, Dec. 1883
(Charles M. Kurtz, James D. Smillie, Julia Stephenson, Thomas B. Clarke, A. Parton)
4804 1332-1404 Correspondence, Jan. 1884
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4804 1400-1421 Correspondence, Feb. 1884
(Julia Stephenson, The Tribune, Washington & Jefferson College)
4804 1422-1451 Correspondence, Mar. 1884
(Clara McChesney, J. Jay Barber, Chas. Lanman)
4804 1452-1523 Correspondence, April, 1884
(J. Jay Barber, Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, D. Huntington)
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4805 1-16 Correspondence, May 11-15, 1884
(Frank Waller, F. K. M. Rehn, A.T. Bricher, A.P. Ryder, Carleton Wiggans)
4805 16-87 Correspondence, May 16-20, 1884 (sic) [May 16-31, 1884]
(A.T.Bricher, Jervis McEntee, Arthur Parton)
4805 88-103 Correspondence, June 1-5, 1884
(A.H. Wyant)
4805 104-127 Correspondence, June 6-10, 1884
(Percival DeLuce, Frank Waller, Wm. L. Sonntag, W.S. Macy, Arthur Parton, Thomas B. Clarke)
4805 128-146 Correspondence, June 10-15, 1884
(Thos. Hovenden)
4805 147-181 Correspondence, June 16-20, 1884
(Herter Brothers)
4805 182-275 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1884 (sic) [June 21-July 10,1884]
(Thomas B. Clarke, Bruce Crane, Julia Stephenson, A.T. Bricher, S. R. Koehler, D. Huntington)
4805 276-303 Correspondence, July 11-15, 1884
(Eastman Johnson, A.T. Bricher, H. Bolton Jones)
4805 304-328 Correspondence, July 16-20, 1884
(Wm. T. Richards, Thomas B. Clarke, T. Moran, L.E. Wilmarth, Julia Stephenson, Eastman Johnson)
4805 329-356 Correspondence, July 21-25 1884
(Bertha von Hillern, Maria J. C. Becket, E. L. Henry)
4805 357-374 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1884
(Wm. T. Richards)
4805 375-404 Correspondence, Aug. 1-5, 1884
(A. D. Vorce & Co. Fine Arts, Jasper F. Cropsey)
4805 405-472 Correspondence, August 6-15, 1884 (sic) [August 6-31, 1884]
(Charles Warren Eaton, E. Wood Perry, Julia Stephenson)
4805 473-501 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1884
(E. Wood Perry, Julia Stephenson, Bertha von Hillern, S. R. Koehler)
4805 502-533 Correspondence, September 11-20, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, Edward Gay)
4805 534-605 Correspondence, September 21-30, 1884 (sic) [September 21-October 10, 1884]
(Francis A. Silva, E. Wood Perry, Julia Stephenson, Thomas B. Clark)
4805 606-752 Correspondence, October 11-15, 1884 (sic), [October 11-22, 1884]
(Julia Stephenson, Arthur Parton, Patty Thum, F.A. Silva, Thomas B. Clarke, A.T.Bricher)
4805 753-790 Correspondence, October 23-25, 1884
(D. B. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4805 791-835 Correspondence, October 26-28, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, S. R. Koehler)
4805 836-875 Correspondence, October 28-31, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, J.Jay Barber)
4805 876-900 Correspondence, November 1-2, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, J. Jay Barber)
4805 901-930 Correspondence, November 3-5, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, Thomas B. Clarke)
4805 931-952 Correspondence, November 6-16, 1884
(Julia Stephenson, Geo. Pullman, E. Wood Perry)
4805 953-1012 Correspondence, November 11-15, 1884
(Julia Stephenson)
4805 1013-1037 Correspondence, November 16-17, 1884
(Julia Stephenson)
4805 1038-1072 Correspondence, November 21-23, 1884 (sic) [November 21-December 22, 1884]
(F. E. Bartlett, Julia Stephenson)
4805 1073-1423 Correspondence, December 21-25, 1884
(Julia Stephenson)
4805 1424-1485 Correspondence, December 26-28, 1884 (sic) [December 26-December 31, 1884]
Reel Frames
4806 1-25 Correspondence, 1885, undated
(William Morgan, E. Wood Perry, Alf Trumble)
4806 26-78 Correspondence, Jan. 1-5, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz)
4806 79-150 Correspondence, Jan. 6-10, 1885 (sic) [Jan. 6-14] 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson, Wm. Semple)
4806 151-186 Correspondence, Jan. 16-20, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4806 187-242 Correspondence, Jan. 21-31, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Alf. Trumble, Wm. Semple, Geo. McKinstry, Frederick J. Waugh)
4806 243-339 Correspondence, Feb. 1-10, (sic) [Feb. 1-28] 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Bruce Crane, Walter Shirlaw, Patty Thum)
4806 366-391 Correspondence, March 1-5, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson, G. H. McCord)
4806 340-365 Correspondence, March 6-15, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick Keppel)
4806 392-424 Correspondence, March 16-31, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Andrew Cowan, Harper & Brothers, Washington & Jefferson College)
4806 425-470 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4806 471-492 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1885
(Wm. Henry Goodyear-Metropolitan Museum, Edwin Linton -Washington & Jefferson College, Julia Stephenson)
4806 493-522 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1885
(Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, James. D. Smillie, Wm. Semple, Julia Stephenson)
4806 523-550 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Henry Goodyear Metropolitan Museum -L.P.DiCesnola, Julia Stephenson, Patty Thum, Wm. Semple, James D. Smillie)
4806 551-616 Correspondence, May 11-20, (sic) [May 11-31, 1885]
(James D. Smillie, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Otto H. Bacher, Percy Moran, Julia Stephenson, J. C. Nicoll, Alf. Trumbull, Geo. Wharton Edwards)
4806 617-644 Correspondence, June 1-20, 1885
(James D. Smillie, Charles Melville Dewey, Julia Stephenson, Metropolitan Museum-W. Forman, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4806 645-682 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson, Wm. Semple, Cecilia Beaux, J. & R. Lamb, Patty Thum, S. R. Koehler)
4806 683-702 Correspondence, July 1-5, 1885
(Wm. Semple, Julia Stephenson)
4806 703-740 Correspondence, July 6-10, 1885
(W. C. Bauer, Geo. C. Lambdin, Alf Trumble, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, A. Parton, W. Whittredge, Edward Moran, Bruce Crane, Patty Thum)
4806 741-787 Correspondence, July 11-20, (sic) [July 11-27, 1885]
(James D. Smillie, Charles M. Kurtz, E. H. Blashfield, Max Weyl, J. Alden Weir)
4806 788-811 Correspondence, July 26-30, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, E. H. Blashfield, Starkweather family, Alf. Trumble, J. Jay Barber)
4806 812-829 Correspondence, August 1-5, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz)
4806 830-859 Correspondence, August 1-10, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Metropolitan Museum of Art (Wm. Henry Goodyear), S. R. Koehler)
4806 860-876 Correspondence, August 11-15, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, United States Indian Service (Geo. A. McKinstry)
4806 877-906 Correspondence, August 16-20, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, J. H. Dolph)
4806 907-936 Correspondence, August 20-24, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson, Wm. Semple)
4806 937-961 Correspondence, August 25-31, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, J. Francis Murphy, Alf. Trumble, Mrs. J. F. Cropsey, Nina Batchelor, Patty Thum, Alf. Trumble)
4806 962-991 Correspondence, September 1-3, 1885
(Henry Mosler, Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Harry Chase)
4806 992-1020 Correspondence, September 4-5, 1885
(Alfred Fredericks, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson, J. H. Dolph)
4806 1021-1056 Correspondence, September 6-8, 1885
(Wm. Bliss Baker, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4806 1057-1087 Correspondence, September 9-10, 1885
(Julia Stephenson, E. Wood Perry, J. Jay Barber)
4806 1088-1105 Correspondence, September 11-12, 1885
(F.K.M. Rehn, Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz)
4806 1106-1125 Correspondence, September 13-14, 1885
(Charles M. Kurtz, American Art Association-Thomas Ellis Kirby, Julia Stephenson)
4806 1126-1146 Correspondence, September 15-17, 1885
(Alfred Trumble, Alfred Fredericks, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Stephenson)
4806 1147-1235 Correspondence, September 18-20 (sic) [September 18-25, 1885]
(Metropolitan Museum of Art-Wm. Henry Goodyear, Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Morgan, Starkweather family, Geo. A. McKinstry)
4806 1236-1306 Correspondence, September 26-30 (sic) [September 26- October 6,1885]
(J. B. Bristol, Julia Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, E. Wood Perry, W. R. Forman, E. H. Blashfield, Charles Melville Dewey, J. Francis Murphy, J. H. Dolph, American Art Association)
4806 1307-1332 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1885
(American Art Association-K. Timpson, D. B. Kurtz, J. Jay Barber, J. H. Dolph, E. Wood Perry, Thos. Ellis Kirby, J. B. Bristol, Mrs. J. F. Cropsey)
4806 1333-1359 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1885
(Mrs. J. F. Cropsey, American Art Association-K. Timpson, E. Wood Perry, C. Harry Eaton, Francis Hopkinson Smith, Alfred Kappes, John A. Elder, Harry Chase)
4806 1360-1382 Correspondence, November 1-15, 1885
(Julia Stephenson Kurtz, J. B. Bristol, M. F.H.DeHaas, Wm. Semple, S. R. Koehler, D. B. Kurtz)
4806 1383-1415 Correspondence, November 16-30, 1885
(Carlton T. Chapman, American Art Association-Katharine Timpson, Patty Thum, D. W. Tryon, F.A. Silva, Wm. Semple, Henry A. Ferguson, Charles Melville Dewey, Charles M. Kurtz)
4806 1416-1454 Correspondence, December 1-15, 1885
(Patty Thum, Henry A. Ferguson, F. K. M. Rehn, J. Francis Murphy, Wm. Semple, American Art Association-Katharine Timpson)
4806 1455-1477 Correspondence, Dec. 16-31, 1885
(William Semple, National Academy of Design-T. Addison Richards, George Wharton Edwards, Jennie Brownscombe, Charles M. Kurtz, D. B. Kurtz)
Reel Frames
4807 2-10 Undated Correspondence
(Alice Barber, Elliott Daingerfield, F. S. Lamb)
4807 11-48 Correspondence, Jan. 1-12, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, American Art Association-Katharine Timpson and Thos. E. Kirby, Patty Thum)
4807 49-68 Correspondence, Jan. 17-29, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Patty Thum, Wm. Semple)
4807 69-111 Correspondence, February 1-12, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Kurtz)
4807 112-153 Correspondence, February 13-16, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, D. B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4807 154-165 Correspondence, February 17-26, 1886
(Louis Richard, J. N. Marble, Wm. R. Warner & Bro., Medals & Badges)
4807 166-209 Correspondence, March 6-31, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, D. B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Southern Exposition Company-J. M. Wright)
4807 210-248 Correspondence, April 1-15, 1886
(Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Carl Brenner, Southern Exposition (J. M. Wright)
4807 249-283 Correspondence, April 15-30, 1886
(Herbert A. Levy, L. M. Wiles, F.K.M.Rehn, D.B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, T.W. Wood, R. E. Brown, F.S. Church, C.M. Kurtz)
4807 284-319 Correspondence, May 1-22, 1886
(Wm. Semple, Southern Exposition at Louisville-Maj. Wright)
4807 320-359 Correspondence, May 24-30, 1886
(L. S. Silva, Wm. Semple, Kurtz family, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts-Geo. Corliss, G. W. Conant, D. B. Kurtz)
4807 360-376 Correspondence, June 1-8, 1886
(Wm. Semple, Cassell & Co., Ltd, Charles M. Kurtz)
4807 377-395 Correspondence, June 9-10, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, William Semple, S. R. Koehler)
4807 396-427 Correspondence, June 11-14, 1886
(William Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Louis Kurtz, F. S. Church, Julia S. Kurtz)
4807 428-450 Correspondence, June 15-16, (sic) [June 15-17] 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, William Semple, Julia S. Kurtz)
4807 451-489 Correspondence, June 19-23, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Irving R. Wiles, Charles M. Kurtz, William Semple)
4807 490-522 Correspondence, June 22-28, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, William Semple)
4807 523-559 Correspondence, June 29-July 5, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, William Semple)
4807 560-581 Correspondence, July 6-10, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D. B. Kurtz, Mary E. Williams)
4807 582-613 Correspondence, July 11-14, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D. B. Kurtz)
4807 614-656 Correspondence, July 15-20, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Elizabeth Coffin, Julia S. Kurtz)
4807 657-692 Correspondence, July 21-27, 1886
(P. Thum, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, J. F. Weir)
4807 693-720 Correspondence, July 28-31, 1886
(E. L. Henry, D.B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz)
4807 721-769 Correspondence, August 1-6, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, William Semple)
4807 770-809 Correspondence, August 7-9, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, American Art Association-Katharine Timpson, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, A. H. Wyant)
4807 808-834 Correspondence, August 10-21, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick J. Waugh, Julia S. Kurtz)
4807 835-902 Correspondence, August 22-25 [August 22-Sept. 7], 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Alice Barber, Wm. St. J. Harper, Mary E. Williams, Thos. A. Wilmurt, D.F. Hasbrouck, Wm. Semple)
4807 903-927 Correspondence, Sept. 10-11, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, W. M. Brown, T. Addison Richards, D. B. Kurtz, S. R. Koehler)
4807 928-966 Correspondence, Sept. 12-17, 1886
(Jervis McEntee, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Edward Moran, [Jean Leon] Gerome Ferris)
4807 967-992 Correspondence, Sept. 20-24, 1886
(D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, S.R. Koehler)
4807 993-1028 Correspondence, Sept. 25-30, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Emil Carlsen, Edward Gay, S.P. Avery, A. A. Willits)
4807 1029-1063 Correspondence, October 2-7, 1886
(H.E. Brown, D.B. Kurtz, S.R. Koehler, Julia S. Kurtz, D.F. Hasbrouck)
4807 1064-1104 Correspondence, October 8-15, 1886
(J.H. Dolph, Frederick W. Freer, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Herbert A. Levy, Wm. Morgan)
4807 1105-1132 Correspondence, October 16-24, 1886
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D. F. Hasbrouck, Wm. Morgan, Thos. P. Anshutz, Mary Kollock)
4807 1133-1172 Correspondence, October 25-31, 1886
(Charles M. Kurtz, D. F. Hasbrouck, Halsey C. Ives, Irving R. Wiles, Julia S. Kurtz,Henry R. Poore, Thomas P. Anshutz, George H. Smillie, S. P. Avery, J.B. Bristol)
4807 1173-1231 Correspondence, November 1-11, 1886
(E.Wood Perry, Jr., Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. H. Clements, D.B. Kurtz, D. F. Hasbrouck, Wm. H. Lippincott, J. S. Kurtz, James D. Smillie)
4807 1232-1271 Correspondence, November 13-22, 1886
(L.P. di Cesnola, Edward Moran, Charles M. Kurtz, E. Wood Perry, Wm. H. Lippincott, D. Huntington, Doll & Richards, Joseph Lauber, Alf. Trumble, H. W. Ranger)
4807 1272-1302 Correspondence, November 23-30, 1886
(William Semple, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz
4807 1303-1325 Correspondence, December 2-13, 1886
4807 1326-1344 Correspondence, December 14-29, 1886
(Earle's Galleries, W.T. Walters)
4807 1345-1374 Correspondence, January 1-10, 1887
(Wm. Semple, D.B. Kurtz, J. Francis Murphy, Stephenson family
Reel Frames
4808 1-33 Correspondence, January 11-31, 1887
(Wm. Stephenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4808 34-69 Correspondence, February 1-28, 1887
(Halsey C. Ives, Patty Thum, D.B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Robert Ogden-office of John Wanamaker)
4808 70-100 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1887
(Patty Thum, Robert Ogden, D.B. Kurtz, Carl Brenner, L.P. di Cesnola, Stephenson family members)
4808 101-124 Correspondence, March 11-31, 1887
(J.M. Wright [for Southern Exposition], M. Knoedler, Wm. Semple, Chas. Sedelmeyer, John Wanamaker, A. Fischhof, D.B. Kurtz)
4808 125-144 Correspondence, April 1-15, 1887
(Chas. Sedelmeyer, Wm. Semple, J.M. Wright, Eliz. R. Coffin, James B. Townsend, The World)
4808 145-167 Correspondence, April 16-30, 1887
(Wm. Semple, R.J. Menefee)
4808 168-194 Correspondence, May 1-7, 1887
(D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 195-220 Correspondence, May 8-10, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert Ogden for John Wanamaker)
4808 221-246 Correspondence, May 11-25, 1887
(Robert Ogden, Mrs. D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, R.J. Menefee, Edw. Stratton Holloway, D. F. Hasbrouck)
4808 247-272 Correspondence, May 26-31, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, J. M. Wright)
4808 273-302 Correspondence, June 1-5, 1887
(William Semple, Andrew Cowan, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Robert Ogden)
4808 303-337 Correspondence, June 6-10, 1887
(D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 338-362 Correspondence, June 11-15, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 363-387 Correspondence, June 16-20, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 388-432 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 433-462 Correspondence, July 1-5, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, D.B.Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Francis Richards, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 463-495 Correspondence, July 6-10, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. M. Brown, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4808 496-528 Correspondence, July 11-30, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, Andrew Redheffer, Charles M. Kurtz, W.W. Thum, S. Wilder)
4808 529-552 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, D.B. Kurtz)
4808 553-588 Correspondence, September 1-5, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Eug�ne Fischhof for firm of Chas. Sedelmeyer)
4808 589-627 Correspondence, September 6-10, 1887
(Louis Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4808 628-659 Correspondence, September 11-15, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 660-707 Correspondence, September 16-30, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker], Wm. Semple)
4808 708-741 Correspondence, October 1-10, 1887
(Wm. Semple, James Grant [for John Wanamaker], Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 742-777 Correspondence, October 11-15, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Eug�ne Fischhof, James Grant for John Wanamaker], Wm. Thum)
4808 778-807 Correspondence, October 16-20, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick Dielman, D.B.Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 808-852 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1887
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Cassel & Co.)
4808 853-877 Correspondence, November 1-5, 1887
(G. Klackner, M. H. Wyatt for Chas. Sedelmeyer, Charles M. Kurtz, William Semple, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 878-903 Correspondence, November 6-10, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Fred. P. Kaiser)
4808 904-932 Correspondence, November 11-20, 1887
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S.Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family)
4808 933-967 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1887
(Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, William Semple)
4808 968-996 Correspondence, December 1-15, 1887
(Stephenson family, Kurtz family)
4808 997-1029 Correspondence, December 16-31, 1887
(Stephenson family, Kurtz family, C. C. Ripley)
4808 1030-1050 Correspondence, January 1-10, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, T. Addison Richards, Stephenson family, D. B. Kurtz, Louis Kurtz)
4808 1051-1078 Correspondence, January 11-20, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 1079-1110 Correspondence, January 21-31, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, James Grant [for John Wanamaker], Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant for John Wanamaker)
4808 1111-1136 Correspondence, February 1-10, 1888
(Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Walter L. Palmer, R.M. Shurtleff, Eug�ne Fischhof for Chas. Sedelmeyer, Chas. Sedelmeyer, James G. Tyler, C.Y. Turner)
4808 1137-1161 Correspondence, February 11-15, 1888
(James Grant for John Wanamaker, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, J.F. Cropsey)
4808 1162-1189 Correspondence, February 16-20, 1888
(F. E. Bartlett, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4808 1190-1222 Correspondence, February 21-29, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 1223-1286 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1888
(Geo. H. Story, Julia S. Kurtz, Walter L. Palmer, A.T. Bricher, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, H. Siddons Mowbray, Patty Thum)
4808 1287-1311 Correspondence, March 11-15, 1888
(D. B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, A.P. Ryder, N. H. Carpenter for Art Institute of Chicago, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 1312-1339 Correspondence, March 16-20, 1888
(Thomas B. Clarke, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, S. Wilder, F.S. Church)
4808 1340-1376 Correspondence, March 21-31, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 1377-1399 Correspondence, April 1-5, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, S. Wilder, Charles M. Kurtz)
4808 1400-1420 Correspondence, April 6-10, 1888
(T.W. Wood, D.B. Kurtz, Charles, M. Kurtz)
4808 1421-1458 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Louis P. Dessar, Julia S. Kurtz)
4808 1459-1483 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, D.B. Kurtz)
Reel Frames
4809 1-34 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Emily Lakey)
4809 35-65 Correspondence, May 11-24, 1888
(Thomas Carter, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family, D. B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family)
4809 66-99 Correspondence, May 25-31, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 100-125 Correspondence, June 1-10, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4809 126-146 Correspondence, June 11-17, 1888
(Kurtz family, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family, Irving R. Wiles, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 147-174 Correspondence, June 18-30, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 175-210 Correspondence, July 1-10, 1888
(J.B. Bristol, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family members, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, James Grant for John Wanamaker)
4809 211-245 Correspondence, July 11-20, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Kurtz family, Chas. G. Loring)
4809 246-272 Correspondence, July 21-25, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, James Grant for John Wanamaker)
4809 273-290 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1888
(Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, D.B. Kurtz, Chas. Sedelmeyer)
4809 291-314 Correspondence, August 1-5, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 315-334 Correspondence, August 6-19, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 335-375 Correspondence, August 20-31, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, D. B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant for John Wanamaker, H.W. Robbins)
4809 376-407 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker)
4809 408-451 Correspondence, September 11-20, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant for John Wnaamaker, Alfred C. Howland)
4809 452-482 Correspondence, Sept. 21-30, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4809 483-509 Correspondence, October 1-5, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4809 510-539 Correspondence, October 6-10, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, E. H. Blashfield, James Grant, Kurtz family)
4809 540-578 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 579-614 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4809 615-641 Correspondence, November 1-15, 1888
(Julia S. Kurtz, Stephenson family, James Grant, Charles M.Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, J. D. Woodward)
4809 642-690 Correspondence, November 16-30, 1888
(James Grant, D. B. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 691-723 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1888
(James Grant, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 724-752 Correspondence, December 11-15, 1888
(Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, James Grant, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 753-775 Correspondence, December 16-20, 1888
(James Grant, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 776-828 Correspondence, December 21-31, 1888
(Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, James Grant, Patty Thum, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 829-858 Correspondence, January 1-4, 1889
(James Grant, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4809 859-885 Correspondence, January 5-10, 1889
(James Grant, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker)
4809 886-931 Correspondence, January 11-16, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant, Kurtz family)
4809 932-975 Correspondence, January 17-22, 1889
(James Grant, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family)
4809 976-1030 Correspondence, January 24-30, 1889
(J. G. Craig, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4809 1031-1066 Correspondence, February 2-11, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, D.B. Kurtz)
4809 1067-1108 Correspondence, February 12-19, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. Semple)
4809 1109-1145 Correspondence, February 20-28, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, W.Kurtz)
4809 1146-1182 Correspondence, March 2-9, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, James Grant)
4809 1183-1218 Correspondence, March 11-19, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Doll and Richards, J.B. Botto)
4809 1219-1241 Correspondence, March 20-25, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Herbert A. Levy)
4809 1242-1258 Correspondence, March 27-31, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, C. Parsons for Harper & Brothers, Charles M. Kurtz, J. C. Nicoll)
4809 1259-1308 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, J. C. Nicoll, Patty Thum, Wm. Semple, Laura Sedgwick Collins, Stephenson family)
4809 1309-1341 Correspondence, April 11-26, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, M.De Forest Bolmar, D. B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Kurtz family, Patty Thum)
4809 1342-1382 Correspondence, May 3-16, 1889
(John R. Tait, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4809 1383-1423 Correspondence, May 17-25, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, James Grant for John Wanamaker, C.E. Haynes-Minneapolis publisher)
4809 1424-1456 Correspondence, May 25-31, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Patty Thum, William Semple
4809 1457-1484 Correspondence, June 1-7, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. H. Smillie, Halsey C. Ives)
4809 1485-1527 Correspondence, June 8-17, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz)
Reel Frames
4810 1-68 Correspondence, June 18-30, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, C.E. Haynes-Minneapolis publisher, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Wm. Semple)
4810 69-89 Correspondence, July 9-25, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. S. Botelieller-Acting Secretary of the Treasury, D. F. Hasbrouck)
4810 90-126 Correspondence, July 12-18, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Collector's Office, Custom-House, New York City)
4810 127-141 Correspondence, July 19-21, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4810 142-171 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz)
4810 172-226 Correspondence, August 1-9, 1889
(George M. Ciprico, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Laura Sedgwick Collins, Stephenson family, J. H. Dolph)
4810 227-277 Correspondence, August 10-18, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family)
4810 278-307 Correspondence, August 19-25, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Charles Barnard)
4810 308-338 Correspondence, August 26-31, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, G.A. McKinstry, Kurtz family)
4810 339-375 Correspondence, September 1-9, 1889
(D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Wm. Semple, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4810 376-399 Correspondence, September 10-15, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4810 400-425 Correspondence, September 16-25, 1889
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, C. E. Haynes, D.B. Kurtz)
4810 426-446 Correspondence, September 26-30, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Thomas Carter, Julia S. Kurtz)
4810 447-483 Correspondence, October 1-26, 1889
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, M. Knoedler & Co., Kurtz family, William Schaus, Patty Thum)
4810 484-518 Correspondence, November 1-19, 1884
(C.W. Conant, Margaret Lackland Ives, Stephenson family, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, George W. Chambers, Patty Thum)
4810 519-549 Correspondence, November 20-30, 1889
(Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, T. Addison Richards-National Academy of Design)
4810 550-574 Correspondence, December 1-26, 1889
(Stephenson family, Patty Thum, D.F. Hasbrouck, Sam. P. Avery, James Grant for John Wanamaker, D.B. Kurtz)
4810 575-589 Correspondence, undated, 1890s?
(J. B. Botto, W.H. Howe, Clara T. McChesney, Robt. G. Morris, Walter Newbery, Charles M. Kurtz)
4810 590-620 Correspondence, Jan., 1890
(D.F. Hasbrouck, Stephenson family, Kurtz family, Laura Sedgwick Collins, Patty Thum, Thos. W. Wood)
4810 621-638 Correspondence, February, 1890
(D.B. Kurtz, F.E. Bartlett, Halsey C. Ives, Kurtz family, Wallace Wood)
4810 639-671 Correspondence, March, 1890
(H.C. Ives, Harry Ruseland, E.L. Henry, Patty Thum, Stephenson family)
4810 672-693 Correspondence, April, 1890
(J.G. Craig, Chas. Sedelmeyer, Laura Sedgwick Collins, H.C. Ives, D.B. Kurtz)
4810 694-717 Correspondence, May, 1890
(J. Douglas Moultray-New Zealand artist, H.C. Ives, Albert Bierstadt, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, A.T. Bricher, Kurtz family, Robert C. Ogden for firm of John Wanamaker, Charles Sedelmeyer, Laura Sedgwick Collins)
4810 718-760 Correspondence, June, 1890
(Charles M. Kurtz for The Tabard Club, D.B. Kurtz, Geo. A. McKinstry, F.E. Bartlett, Kurtz family, Thomas Brower Peacock, Julia S. Kurtz)
4810 761-810 Correspondence, July 4-16, 1890
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.F. Hasbrouck, D.B. Kurtz
4810 811-844 Correspondence, July 17-29, 1890
(Laura Sedgwich Collins, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, H.C. Ives)
4810 845-880 Correspondence, August 1-20, 1890
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Charles P. Tower, H.C. Ives)
4810 881-911 Correspondence, August 24-31, 1890
(Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Wm. Morgan, Kurtz family, Charles Barnard)
4810 912-936 Correspondence, September, 1890
(Julia S. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, Kurtz family, Charles Barnard, W.P. Hanna on behalf of New Zealand artist J. Douglas Moultray)
4810 937-954 Correspondence, October, 1890
(Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, Lita Rice, A.G. Bullock, Oscar Hammerstein)
4810 955-982 Correspondence, November 1890
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Barnard, D.B. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, H.W. Ranger, Kurtz family)
4810 983-1040 Correspondence, December, 1890
(D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Patty Thum, B.Wells Champney)
4810 1041-1088 Correspondence, Jan. 1-31, 1891
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, A.Dolph, Stephenson, family, Charles Barnard, D. de Vivo, Clara McChesney, D.B. Kurtz, Countess Ella Norraikoff, Wm. Semple, Alice Lakey)
4810 1089-1123 Correspondence, Feb. 1-27, 1891
(James D. Moffat-Washington and Jefferson College, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Wm. Semple, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, H. c. Ives, L. P. di Cesnola-Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stephenson family)
4810 1124-1159 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1891
(D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family, S.P. Avery, H.C. Ives, F. Rondel, C. de Vivo, T.W. Wood)
4810 1160-1196 Correspondence, April 1-12, 1891
(H. C. Ives, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, Frederick Keppel, Horace R. Johnson, Marcus Benjamin)
4810 1197-1240 Correspondence, April 15-27, 1891
(H.C. Ives, J. M. Bowles, Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Wm. Semple, Julia S. Kurtz, Frederick Keppel)
4810 1241-1263 Correspondence, May 1-18, 1891
(Wm. Semple, Stephenson family, H. C. Ives, D.B. Kurtz, D.F. Hasbrouck, Kurtz family)
4810 1264-1288 Correspondence, May 19-30, 1891
(H. C. Ives, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, Alice Lakey, Robert Gordon Hardie, Kurtz family, Fred. Schell-Harper & Bros., Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker)
4810 1289-1327 Correspondence, June 1-11, 1891
(D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, Kurtz family, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker)
4810 1328-1351 Correspondence, June 13-30, 1891
(Horace Seeley, Patty Thum, Sam. P. Avery, H. C. Ives, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4810 1352-1388 Correspondence, July 5-17, 1891
(D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family, J. H. Dolph, Patty Thum)
4810 1389-1408 Correspondence, July 22-31, 1891
(Stephenson family, Patty Thum, H.C. Ives, Elliott Daingerfield)
4810 1409-1440 Correspondence, August 2-17, 1891
(Marcus Benjamin, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Marie Waloh)
4810 1441-1470 Correspondence, August 22-31, 1891
(Charles M. Kurtz, H. W. Ranger, Stephenson family, J.H. Dolph)
Reel Frames
4811 1-31 Correspondence, September 1-19, 1891
(Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, C.S. Howell, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4811 32-84 Correspondence, September 20-30, 1891
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Alf. Trumble- The Collector, C.C. Starkweather-Tock)
4811 85-133 Correspondence, October 2-12, 1891
(James Grant for John Wanamaker, Chas. P. Tower, J.H. Lewis, Mrs. H.C. Ives, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, W.M.R. French-The Art Institute of Chicago, C. C. Starkweather)
4811 134-160 Correspondence, October 14-18, 1891
(Sam. P. Avery, Rev.J.D. Spriggs, Chas. P. Tower, Julia S. Kurtz, A. McKinstry)
4811 161-192 Correspondence, October 19-29, 1891
(F. E. Bartlett, C. C. Starkweather, Charles M. Kurtz, Montague Marks- The Art Amateur, Marcus Benjamin-D. Appleton & Co., C. de Vivo, Robert C. Ogden for John Wanamaker, Stephenson family, G. Forbes Kelly, firm of Chas. Sedelmeyer, Rev. J.D. Spriggs)
4811 193-222 Correspondence, November 1-14, 1891
(Frederick Keppel, Geo. Forbes Kelly- Current Art, C.C. Starkweather, Marcus Benjamin, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4811 223-250 Correspondence, November 15-19, 1891
(D.F. Hasbrouck, Marcus Benjamin, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Sam. P. Avery)
4811 251-289 Correspondence, November 20-23, 1891
(Marcus Benjamin, Julia S. Kurtz, W.T. Price, Morton Casseday, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Antoinette Van Huesen Wakeman, T.C. No1-firm of S.P. Avery)
4811 290-376 Correspondence, November 25-30, [November 25-December 6] 1891
(Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, J. Douglas Moultray, George M. Ciprico, D.B. Kurtz)
4811 377-413 Correspondence, December 7-11, 1891
(Julia S. Kurtz, H.W. Ranger, Charles M. Kurtz, Holmes Smith-Assistant to Director of St. Louis Museum School of Fine Arts, Tock-C.C. Starkweather, Kurtz family, Mrs. H.C. Ives)
4811 414-446 Correspondence, December 12-19, 1891
(C.C. Starkweather, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Clara McChesney)
4811 447-468 Correspondence, December 21-22, 1891
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, Marcus Benjamin-editor, D. Appleton & Co., Montague Marks-editor, The Art Amateur)
4811 469-485 Correspondence, December 29-31, 1891
(J. Douglas Moultray, Kurtz family, Marcus Benjamin, Sam. P. Avery)
4811 486-505 Correspondence, December 23-28, 1891
(E. Fischhof for firm of Chas. Sedelmeyer, Charles M. Kurtz, J.H. Dolph, Geo. McKinstry, D.F. Hasbrouck, F. Hopkinson Smith)
4811 506-518 Correspondence, probably, , 1892
(H.C. Ives)
4811 519-553 Correspondence, January 6-10, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, J. H. Dolph)
4811 554-576 Correspondence, January 11-15, 1892
(Kurtz family, F.Y.M. Rehn, C.C. Starkweather, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4811 577-623 Correspondence, January 1-5, 1892
(Herbert A. Levy, Wm. Semple, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, R.C. McLean-editor of The Inland Architect, Julia S. Kurtz, Chas. P. Tower, A.L. Wyant, Holmes Smith, Charles M. Kurtz)
4811 624-656 Correspondence, January 16-20, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4811 657-686 Correspondence, January 21-25, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Swain Gifford, Thos. W. Wood, Marcus Benjamin)
4811 687-723 Correspondence, January 26-31, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, George McKinstry, R. Mc. Shustleff, D.B. Kurtz)
4811 724-756 Correspondence, February 1-5, 1892
(J.R. Murphy-Fine Arts Dept., World's Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. McKinstry, E.W. Perry, Thomas W. Wood, R. Swain Gifford, Tock-C.C. Starkweather)
4811 757-791 Correspondence, February 6-15, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, J.R. Murphy-Dept. of Fine Arts, World's Fair, Laura Sedgwick Collins)
4811 792-814 Correspondence, February 16-20, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, J.R.Murphy-Dept. of Fine Arts, World's Fair, F.E. Bartlett, James W. Ellsworth, Laura Daintry, H.C. Ives)
4811 815-852 Correspondence, February 21-25, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Marcus Benjamin, D.B. Kurtz, J. Douglas Moultray, Tock-C.C. Starkweather, Wm. Semple)
4811 853-876 Correspondence, February 26-29, 1892
(E. Frischhof for Chas. Sedelmeyer, Julia S. Kurtz, Mrs. A.L. Campbell, Charles M. Kurtz)
4811 877-917 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Swain Gifford, C. de Vivo, D.B. Kurtz)
4811 918-945 Correspondence, March 11-20, 1892
(Kurtz family, Sam. P. Avery, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Emery H. Barton, D. B. Kurtz)
4811 946-977 Correspondence, March 21-25, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, J.R. Murphy-Dept. of Art, World's Fair, F.D. Millet, Philo A. Otis)
4811 978-1010 Correspondence, March 26-31, 1892
(Clara T.McChesney, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, M. Louise McLaughlin, C. Durand Chapman, H.C. Ives)
4811 1011-1057 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, H. C. Ives, D.B. Kurtz, George H. Galt)
4811 1058-1104 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, H. C. Ives, D.B. Kurtz)
4811 1105-1142 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, C.S. Harrington-National Academy of Design, Walter Gay, Marcus Benjamin)
4811 1143-1179 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1892
(J.W. Beck-Fine Arts Committee, Charles M. Kurtz, M. Durand-Ruel, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, H.F. Farney)
4811 1180-1209 Correspondence, May 11-15, 1892
(H.C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Marcus Benjamin)
4811 1210-1234 Correspondence, May 16-20, 1892
(W. Lewis Fraser, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Chas. T. Yerkes, J.P. Davis, C.C. Starkweather, Stanford W. White)
4811 1235-1278 Correspondence, May 21-30, 1892
(Jas. R. Ortgies, C. de Vivo, C. Harry Eaton, J.C. Nicole of Durand-Ruel, Louis C. Tiffany, Mrs. C.A. Plimpton, D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Brayton Ives, J. Alden Weir, Chas. Edw. Brentwood-sp.? Chicago Society of Artists, Charles H. Springer)
4811 1279-1310 Correspondence, June 1-15, 1892
(Jas. R. Ortgies, Geo. R. Davis, Irving R. Wiles, Kurtz family, George F. Foster-Sec. Frederick A. Stokes Co., Tock-C.C. Starkweather, E.A. Engler-Washington University, Marcus Benjamin, R.J. Menefee, Starkweather family, Stephenson family, John Tracey)
4811 1311-1331 Correspondence, June 16-30, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, Kurtz family, Marcus Benjamin, Charles A. Platt, Clarence E. Young-World's Congress Auxiliary of Columbian Exposition, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz)
4811 1332-1353 Correspondence, July 1-10, 1892
(B.B. Vallentine- Evening Telegram, J. Douglas Moultray, D.F. Hasbrouck, Starkweather family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4811 1354-1380 Correspondence, July 11-15, 1892
(D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, Charles M. Kurtz, Clarence E. Young, Kurtz family)
4811 1381-1399 Correspondence, July 16-20, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, Starkweather family)
4811 1400-1427 Correspondence, July 21-25, 1892
(D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Dr. John Dickey, Starkweather family)
4811 1428-1463 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, Sam. Coleman)
Reel Frames
4812 1-28 Correspondence, August 1-5, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Marcus Benjamin, H.W. Mesdag, Charles Geron (translation by Kurtz on frame 33))
4812 29-47 Correspondence, August 6-15, 1892
(D.B. Kurtz, H.C. Ives, T.P. McElrath for New York Press Club, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4812 48-81 Correspondence, August 16-25, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, C.C. Starkweather, D.B. Kurtz)
4812 82-109 Correspondence, August 26-31, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, L.J. Wall-Pres. Aug.Gast Litho.Co., Horace Seely, Halsey C. Ives, Geo. H. Story-Metropolitan Museum of Art)
4812 110-143 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, C.C. Starkweather, Halsey C. Ives)
4812 144-176 Correspondence, September 11-15, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.F. Hasbrouck, Julia S. Kurtz)
4812 177-201 Correspondence, September 16-20, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives)
4812 202-230 Correspondence, September 21-30, 1892
(Halsey C. Ives, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, T.L. Flood The Chautauquan)
4812 231-267 Correspondence, October 2-10, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, D.B. Kurtz)
4812 268-290 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Emily J. Lakey, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz
4812 291-321 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1892
(Henry Baldwin for Montague Marks editor of the The Art Amateur, Halsey C. Ives, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family)
4812 322-359 Correspondence, November 1-5, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Henry Blackborn?, Halsey C. Ives, R.F. Knoedler, Charles M. Kurtz)
4812 360-393 Correspondence, November 6-10, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Halsey C. Ives, D.B. Kurtz)
4812 394-419 Correspondence, November 11-20, 1892
(Halsey C. Ives, H.W. Mesdag, Morton M. Casseday, Kentucky Agent for National Life Insurance Company of Vermont, John J. Enneking, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4812 420-457 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, R.C. McLean -editor of Inland Architect)
4812 458-507 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1892
(Julia S. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Kurtz family, Starkweather family, Charles M. Kurtz, John J. Enneking, G.P. Engelhard-Pres., The Graphic)
4812 508-549 Correspondence, December 11-15, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, Edward Gay, Julia S. Kurtz, Marcus Benjamin, James Grant for John Wanamaker, Montague Marks- The Art Amateur)
4812 550-581 Correspondence, December 16-20, 1892
(C.C. Ripley-Pres. of Kansas City Art Assoc., Charles M. Kurtz, A.L. Wyant, Hubert Vos, Julia S. Kurtz, Frances R. King-Hall for Seabrooke Comic Opera Company, Halsey C. Ives, D.F. Hasbrouck, Montague Marks)
4812 582-606 Correspondence, December 21-25, 1892
(Clara McChesney, Halsey C. Ives, Sam. P. Avery, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. McKinstry, D.W. Tryon, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4812 607-673 Correspondence, December 26-31, 1892
(Charles M. Kurtz, H. Boltan Jones, John J. Enneking, David L. Haight for The University Club to Prof. J.F. Weir, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, John Singer Sargent, D. W. Tryon, Halsey C. Ives, J.F. Weir, Clara McChesney, Frederic P. Vinton-Sec., Boston Committee, J.F. Weir)
4812 674-691 Miscellaneous Letters, 1893?
(F.E. Bartlett, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Starkweather family)
4812 692-748 Correspondence, January 1-5, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, Sarah Hallowell, Wm. Morgan, Wm. McKinstry, Hubert Vos, Halsey C. Ives, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Charles Barnard, D.F. Hasbrouck, J.D. Pierce for Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts)
4812 749-776 Correspondence, January 6-10, 1893
(J. G. Brown, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. B. Tuthill, F.D. Millet, Halsey C. Ives)
4812 777-799 Correspondence, January 11-15, 1893
(D. F. Hasbrouck, Geo. Inness, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Reichard & Co, Sara Hallowell, Wm. T. Evans)
4812 800-853 Correspondence, January 16-20, 1893
(D.F. Hasbrouck, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. Maynard, Sara Hallowell, Elliott F. Shepard, Starkweather family, W. Walton, Frederic P. Vinton)
4812 854-876 Correspondence, January 21-25, 1893
(F. L. Hiffinson, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, George Barrie)
4812 877-898 Correspondence, January 26-28, 1893
(H. Bolton Jones, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, John F. Weir)
4812 899-923 Correspondence, January 29-31, 1893
(Halsey C. Ives, Julia S. Kurtz, H. Siddons Mowbray, Hawthorne Hill- The Engineering Magazine, Wm. Tuthill)
4812 924-961 Correspondence, February 1-5, 1893
(D.B. Kurtz, Clara McChesney, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. B. Tuthill, Wm. Kurtz-photographer, Mrs. Charles Barnard, D. W. Tryon)
4812 962-991 Correspondence, February 6-10, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. B. Tuthill, Halsey C. Ives, H. Bolton Jones?, Wm. Kurtz)
4812 992-1023 Correspondence, February 11-15, 1893
(C. Harry Eaton, H. Bolton Jones?, Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Julia S. Kurtz, John J. Enneking)
4812 1024-1055 Correspondence, February 16-20, 1893
(R. Bartholemy, Halsey C. Ives, H. Thompson, Julia S. Kurtz, J. H. Twachtman, Starkweather family, Charles M. Kurtz, Walter Shirlaw, Stephenson family)
4812 1056-1084 Correspondence, February 21-28, 1893
(R. Swain Gifford, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, D. W. Tryon, Vinnie Ream Hoxie, John J. Enneking, Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. Barrie, Julia S. Kurtz)
4812 1085-1116 Correspondence, March 1-5, 1893
(Christine S. Breelin?, Julia S. Kurtz, Starkweather family, James. W. Ellsworth, Edward Moran, H. Bolton Jones, Charles M. Kurtz)
4812 1117-1132 Correspondence, March 6-10, 1893
(J. Alden Weir, Walter McEwan, H.W. Mesdag, Julia S. Kurtz, J.M. Bowles-editor of Modern Art, Daniel C. French, James Ellsworth)
4812 1133-1149 Correspondence, March 11-15, 1893
(D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, James William Pattison, Ellis Wainwright)
4812 1150-1171 Correspondence, March 15-20, 1893
(J.S. Dickerson-editor of The Graphic, Starkweather family, Thos. Hovenden, Julia S. Kurtz, E. H. Wuertz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4812 1172-1202 Correspondence, March 21-31, 1893
(J. S. Dickinson, Thomas Hovenden, Julia S. Kurtz, Ellis Wainwright, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, H. Bolton Jones)
4812 1203-1236 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1893
(Starkweather family, D.B. Kurtz, Thos. Hovenden, Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family)
4812 1237-1271 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1893
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, J. M. Bowles, Robert C. Ogden, Kurtz family, Douglas Volk, E. Frischhof, Durand-Ruel, Wm. McKinstry)
4812 1272-1303 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1893
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, J. C. DeLeon, R.J. Mcmenefee)
4812 1304-1335 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1893
(J. M. Bowles, Rhoda Holmes Nicholls, Mary M. Bartlett, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D. W. Tryon, Charles M. Kurtz)
4812 1336-1368 Correspondence, May 11-20, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Robert C. Ogden, Kurtz family, Henry Blackburn, Howard Seeley)
4812 1369-1387 Correspondence, May 21-31, 1893
(J. S. Dickerson, D.B. Kurtz, Sam. P. Avery, Ellis Wainwright)
4812 1388-1422 Correspondence, June 1-10, 1893
(Eastman Johnson, Ellis Wainwright, Walter MacEwen, Charles M. Kurtz, Marcus Benjamin, Stephenson family, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. McKinstry)
4812 1423-1458 Correspondence, June 11-20, 1893
(Geo. H. Bogert, Eastman Johnson, F. E. Bartlett, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Stephenson family, Geo. H. Bogert, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4812 1459-1484 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1893
(Wm. H.? Howe, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. McKinstry)
Reel Frames
4813 1-42 Correspondence, July 1-10, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, W.H. Howe, Julia S. Kurtz, Carlton WIggins, Wm. Tuthill, Walter L. Dean, D. F. Hasbrouck, Eastman Johnson, Thos. Hovenden)
4813 43-64 Correspondence, July 11-15, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, T. W. Dewing, Julia S. Kurtz, W.H. Howe, Harrison S. Morris, Kurtz family)
4813 65-82 Correspondence, July 16-20, 1893
(Starkweather family, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Ellis Wainwright, W. H. Howe)
4813 83-96 Correspondence, July 21-25, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, Fred. Wood, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4813 97-114 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1893
(R. Swain Gifford, Ch. Sedelmeyer, Eastman Johnson)
4813 115-140 Correspondence, August 1-10, 1893
(D.B. Kurtz, W.H. Howe, Chas. Nagel, Ellis Wainwright, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes?, Robert C. Ogden, Stephenson family)
4813 141-182 Correspondence, August 11-20, 1893
(Stephenson family, N. Grindicelli, Commissioner of Fine Arts for France, Columbian Exposition, Chas. Nagel, Charles Ward Rhodes, D. F. Hasbrouck, Irving R. Wiles, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 183-211 Correspondence, August 21-25, 1893
(Mary G. Bartlett, J. Francis Murphy, Charles Ward Rhodes, Stephenson family, A. B. Farquhar-Ex. Commissioner of World's Fair Board, John J. Boyle, Starkweather)
4813 212-225 Correspondence, August 26-30, 1893
(Charles Sedelmeyer, W. E. Safford, Emery H. Barton, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4813 226-256 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1893
(Stephenson family, Clara T. McChesney, D.B. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4813 257-283 Correspondence, September 11-30, 1893
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Charles Sedelmeyer, Douglas Volk, Starkweather family, Stephenson family, Howard Seeley)
4813 284-308 Correspondence, October 1-5, 1893
(D.B. Kurtz, letter fragment, Oct., 1893? probably after Jan. 1?, Morton M. Casseday, Eastman Johnson, E.G. Kennedy-H. Wunderlich & Co., Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, Marcus Benjamin)
4813 309-333 Correspondence, October 6-10, 1893
(W.B. Conkey-publisher for 1893 Chicago Fair, Chas. G. Loring, Stephenson family, J. M Bowles, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.B. Kurtz, The Art Club of Philadelphia)
4813 334-363 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1893
(Emery H. Barton, Morton M. Casseday, W. Schuyler, Starkweather family, Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, Holmes Smith-St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts, Douglas Volk)
4813 364-393 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1893
(Marcus Benjamin, Charles Ward Rhodes, Stephenson family, Douglas Volk, Chas. G. Loring, Montague Marks, Mary G. Bartlett, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 394-419 Correspondence, November 1-10, 1893
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Stephenson family, Mary G. Bartlett, Julia S. Kurtz, Holmes Smith, Edwin H. Blashfield)
4813 420-448 Correspondence, November 11-20, 1893
(Robert C. Ogden, H. von Baerley, John McEwen, Frank Gaiennie, Ellis Wainwright, W.M.R. French-Art Institute of Chicago, Chas. G. Loring, Walter Satterlee, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4813 449-462 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1893
(Chas. G. Loring, Stephenson family, D.F. Hasbrouck, Chas. G. Lroing, I.M. Gaugengigl)
4813 463-481 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1893
(N. Yamataka-Imperial Japanese Commissioner for the World's Columbian Exposition, Stephenson family, Mary G. Bartlett, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 482-498 Correspondence, December 11-20, 1893
(Geo. Barrie, Irving R. Wiles, L.A. Coonley, Stephenson family)
4813 499-531 Correspondence, December 21-31, 1893
(William T. Evans, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, P.A. Gross, Geo. H. Story, N. Yamataka, Benoni Irwin, John D. Pierce, W.M.R. French, D.B. Kurtz, and Charles M. Kurtz letter partially undated, 30 December, probably should be 1892)
4813 532-550 Letters, some incomplete, 1894?
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4813 551-578 Correspondence, Jan. 1-15, 1894
(J. Spencer Dickenson, Frank Gaiennie, Stephenson family, Geo. Barrie, Ellis Wainwright, D.B. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4813 579-619 Correspondence, Jan. 16-31, 1894
(Wm. Semple, G. P. Engelhard, W. M. R. French, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Clara T. McChesney, M. Knoedler & Co., Patty Thum)
4813 620-640 Correspondence, February 1-10, 1894
(D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, The Southern Magazine, Stephenson family, Morton M. Casseday, Wm. Semple)
4813 641-665 Correspondence, February 11-20, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, J. Harrison Mills, Wm. Semple)
4813 666-698 Correspondence, February 21-28, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Clara T. McChesney, John D. Pierce, Stephenson family, A. Guinchard & F. Fourniret-Export firm)
4813 699-733 Correspondence, March 1-5, 1894
(St. Louis Exposition, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. H. Howe, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, T. Vernette Morse- The Arts magazine, J. C. Nicoll, D.W. Tryon)
4813 734-766 Correspondence, March 6-7, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. H. Holt, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.B. Kurtz, E.M. Scott, Stephenson family, Patty Thum)
4813 767-797 Correspondence, March 8-10, 1894
(Frederick Dielman, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, William Merrit Chase, R. Swain Gifford, Eastman Johnson, Geo. W. Maynard, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4813 798-822 Correspondence, March 11-20, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Holmes Smith, Harrison A. Morris-Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Charles M. Kurtz, A. Guinchard & F. Fourniret)
4813 823-841 Correspondence, March 21-31, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, John D. Pierce for Harrison S. Morris)
4813 842-876 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1894
(Kurtz family, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4813 877-913 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Kurtz family, Stephenson family, firm of A. Guinchard & F. Fourniret)
4813 914-944 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, F. Hopkinson Smith, Kurtz family, Charles Ward Rhodes, P.A. Gross, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 945-992 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1893
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, St. Louis Exposition, Stephenson family, Stephenson family)
4813 993-1028 Correspondence, May 11-20, 1894
(Kurtz family, Stephenson family, A.B. Stanton, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Charles Ward Rhodes?, Marcus Benjamin)
4813 1029-1048 Correspondence, May 21-25, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Julia S. Kurtz, Morton M. Casseday)
4813 1049-1077 Correspondence, May 26-31, 1894
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, A. Bartholemy, Walter McEwen, Stephenson family)
4813 1078-1108 Correspondence, June 1-5, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, A. Bartholemy)
4813 1109-1137 Correspondence, June 6-10, 1894
(Stephenson family, Julia S. Kurtz, Sara Hallowell, M. Knoedler & Co., Wm. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Robt. J. Wickenden, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 1138-1174 Correspondence, June 11-20, 1894
(Walter McEwen, Charles Ward Rhodes, C.P. Tower-editor of The Paper Mill, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Walter Smythe for Sir Arthur Sullivan, Emil K. Kegel)
4813 1175-1203 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz, P.A. Gross, A. Guin chard & F. Fourniret)
4813 1204-1232 Correspondence, July 1-5, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Morton Casseday, Julia S. Kurtz, Carl Marr, Ellis Wainwright, Hamilton Hamilton)
4813 1233-1257 Correspondence, July 6-20, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, F. Hopkinson Smith, Kurtz family, Charles Ward Rhodes, Mary MacMonnies)
4813 1258-1273 Correspondence, July 21-31, 1894
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, Chas. Sedelmeyer, Marcus Benjamin, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz)
4813 1274-1290 Correspondence, August 1-5, 1894
(Wm. H. Howe, Kurtz family, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.B. Kurtz, V. Raffa�lli, Halsey C. Ives)
4813 1291-1328 Correspondence, August 6-10, 1894
(Arthur Parton, John P. Davis, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.F. Hasbrouck, D. B. Kurtz, Clara McChesney, Starkweather family, Frederick Dielman, E.G. Kennedy, Robert C. Ogden, Morton M. Casseday, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz)
4813 1329-1367 Correspondence, August 11-15, 1894
(Benoni Irwin, Charles M. Kurtz, W. Scott Thurber, Irving R. Wiles, D.W. Tryon, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, W. Scott Thurber, Geo. F. Brownell, Durand-Ruel, Charles L. Freer, Howard Mansfield, Boussod Valadon & Co., Ellis Wainwright, Starkweather family, A. Bartholemy, W.T. Bishop)
4813 1368-1381 Correspondence, August 16-20, 1894
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Ellis Wainwright, Patty Thum, Frederick Dielman)
4813 1382-1398 Correspondence, August 21-31, 1894
(? Bill, H.W. Mills, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Swain Gifford, Emma Schuchman?, A. Bartholemy)
4813 1399-1418 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. H. Story, William Schaus, Oscar Mattiegen, Commissioner of Fine Arts for Denmark)
4813 1419-1436 Correspondence, September 11-15, 1894
(D.B. Kurtz, Harrison B. Morris, H. W. Mills, Halsey C. Ives, M. De Forest Bolmer, J. H. Gest-Cincinnati Museum Assoc., Reichard & Co., Wm. Macbeth, A. Preyer & Co., Julia S. Kurtz, Cornelia F. Maury, T. S. Noble)
4813 1437-1454 Correspondence, September 16-20, 1894
(J.B. Bristol, E.G. Kennedy, J. Francis Murphy, Maria Brooks, J.G. Brown, Benoni Irwin, P.B. Gross, Elizabeth R. Coffin, L. P. di Cesnola)
4813 1455-1470 Correspondence, September 21-30, 1894
(Stephenson family, A.J.? Conant, Cornelia F. Maury, P.A. Gross, A. Bartholemy, Mary Greton Bartlett, H. H. Moore)
Reel Frames
4814 1-22 Correspondence, October 1-10, 1894
(P.A. Gross, Botto, Emery H. Barton, Helene Trotz?, Patty Thum, Kurtz family, M. De Forest Bolmer, D.B. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, J.G. Brown, Geo. H. Holt)
4814 23-37 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1894
(Kurtz family, F. de Vuillefroy, Reid Bishop, Maria Brooks, J.H. Gest, Emil K. Kegel for L. Crist Delmonico, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 38-52 Correspondence, October 21-31, 1894
(Ripley Hitchcock-D. Appleton & Co., Wm. M. Stevenson, Emery H. Baton, Emil K. Kegel, Elizabeth Gardner, Patty Thum, Morton Casseday)
4814 53-71 Correspondence, November 1-5, 1894
(W.M.R. French-Art Institute of Chicago, Harrison S. Morris, Wm. M. Stevenson, B.W. Woodward, D.F. Hasbrouck, D.B. Kurtz, Lily Semple, Stephenson family, W.M.R. French)
4814 72-99 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1894
(Stephenson family, Morton Casseday, Ellen A. Holmes, Halsey C. Ives, A. Preyer & Co., Manhattan Storage & Warehouse, Emery H. Barton, Charles M. Kurtz, L.C. Atkinson, Kurtz family, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 100-119 Correspondence, November 6-15, 1894 [sic]
(Kurtz family, H.S. Stevenson, A. McKinstry, Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes)
4814 120-135 Correspondence, November 16-20, 1894
(Julia S. Kurtz, Patty Thum, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.F. Hasbrouck, Chas. Sedelmeyer)
4814 136-153 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1894
(Starkweather family, Brimmer & Kalb, Printers and Photographers, J.H. Tiotz?, R.D. Bristol for The Bancroft Company, St. Louis Artists's Guild, D.B. Kurtz, Mrs. L.A. Coonley)
4814 154-184 Correspondence, December 11-31, 1894
(Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, Geo. F. Root, Art Committee of Union League Club in Chicago, Morton Casseday, Charles M. Kurtz, Ellis Wainwright, A. Barthelemy, Patty Thum, F.W. Gookin)
4814 185-203 Correspondence, Letters, 1895?
(Kurtz family, E.A. Hornel, Louis p. Dessar, Armand di Forasd?, P.A. Gross, Benoni Irwin, E.G. Kennedy, Mrs. Newman, Ogden Wood)
4814 204-229 Correspondence, January 1-15, 1895
(D.B. Kurtz, Patty Thum, G.A. McKinstry, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4814 230-253 Correspondence, January 15-25, 1895
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Alexander Reid, Stephenson family, F.W. Gookin)
4814 254-263 Correspondence, January 26-31, 1895
(C. de Vivo, D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4814 264-289 Correspondence, February 1-15, 1895
(D.F. Hasbrouck, Stpehenson family, firm of A. Guinchard & F. Fourniret, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 290-316 Correspondence, February 16-28, 1895
(Stephenson family, Morton Casseday, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 317-326 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1895
(Alexander Reid, James Paterson letter dated March 5, 1896)
4814 327-350 Correspondence, March 11-20, 1895
(Ellis Wainwright, Henry Romeike, Frederick Keppel, Stephenson family, F.W. Gookin, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 351-375 Correspondence, March 21-30, 1895
(Stephenson family, Starkweather family)
4814 376-405 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1895
(L. Frolich, Harrison S. Morris, D.B. Kurtz, Holmes Smith, Geo. H. Story, Stephenson family, Patty Thum, B.W. Woodward, J. Harrison Mills for Artists' Packing & Shipping Co., Geo. H. Story)
4814 406-432 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1895
(Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, Harrison S. Morris, F.W. Gookin, Central Art Association, George F. Brownell, B.W. Woodward, Morton Casseday, D.B. Kurtz, Louis Windm�ller)
4814 433-445 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1895
(Starkweather family, Charles Sprague Pearce, D.B. Kurtz, Elizabeth R. Coffin)
4814 446-457 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1895
(Alexander Reid, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. B. Paterson, Elizabeth R. Coffin, L. Frolich)
4814 458-496 Correspondence, May 11-20, 1895
(James Paterson, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, William Grant, Durand-Ruel, Alexander Reid)
4814 497-523 Correspondence, May 21-30, 1895
(Charles Ward Rhodes, John M. Beatty, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, L Frolich, F. Hopkinson Smith, D.B. Kurtz, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family)
4814 524-553 Correspondence, June 1-10, 1895
(Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Alxander Reid, Stephenson family, H.? Hollins, James Guthrie)
4814 554-594 Correspondence, June 11-20, 1895
(Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Alexander Reid, D.B. Kurtz, Starkweather family, L. Frolich, Stephenson family, Dicksee & Co., Charles Melville Dewey, R. Macaulay Stevenson)
4814 595-634 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1895
(Louis P. Dessar, Mrs. P.A. Gross, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Dicksee & Co., Clara T. McChesney, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, Mary Graton Bartlett, E.G. Kennedy, Rene Geriss ?, A. Guinchard & F. Fourniret)
4814 635-660 Correspondence, July 1-10, 1895
(R. Macaulay Stevenson, Stephenson family, Louis P. Dessar, John Bishop & Co. shipping agents, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family)
4814 661-684 Correspondence, July 11-20, 1895
(R. Macaulay Stevenson, Stephenson family, Starkweather family, Morton Casseday, Fritz Thaulow)
4814 685-716 Correspondence, July 21-31, 1895
(Wm. B. Paterson, Alexander Reid, Charles M. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Kurtz family, Starkweather family, Edmond Bruwaert-French Consul General, Wordsworth Thompson)
4814 717-749 Correspondence, August 1-10, 1895
(Arthur Hoeber, Alexander Reid, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Charles M. Kurtz, James Grant, J.D. Pierce-Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, J.H. Gest-Assistant Director, Cincinnati Museum Association, Starkweather family, Harrison S. Morris, J. M. Bowles- Modern Art, D.B. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4814 750-765 Correspondence, August 11-20, 1895
(George Hornel, Harrison S. Morris, Arthur Melville, H. M. Barry-American Fine Arts Society, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Alexander Reid)
4814 766-792 Correspondence, August 21-30, 1895
(Wm. B. Paterson, Stephenson family, Franklin Engraving and Electrotyping Co., Commercial Printing Company, Julia S. Kurtz, C.B. Woodward Printing Co., R. Macaulay Stevenson)
4814 793-819 Correspondence, September 1-19, 1895
(Julia S. Kurtz, Alexander Reid, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, Edmond Bruwaert)
4814 820-845 Correspondence, September 20-30, 1895
(J.M. Bowles, Louis P. Dessar, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Xharles M. Kurtz, James Paterson, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. B. Paterson, Adolf Paulus-Secession M�nchen)
4814 846-877 Correspondence, October 1-10, 1895
(Harrison S. Morris, Oscar Mattieger, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, J. M. Bowles, W.E. Fischel, Charles M. Kurtz, Sara Hallowell, Harper & Bros., James Paterson, Alexander Reid, Angelo da Mero)
4814 878-910 Correspondence, October 11-20, 1895
(Harrison S. Morris, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Wm. B. Paterson, Stephenson family, Georgie L. Horton-Cleveland School of Art, T. Vernette Morse-Central Art Association, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 911-932 Correspondence, October 20-25, 1895
(Julia S. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Eanger. I. Couse, Alexander Reid, Art Association of Indianapolis, Charles M. Kurtz, H.L. Newmann, George Wetherbee)
4814 933-965 Correspondence, October 26-31, 1895
(Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, Vilhelmine Fr�lich, Adolf Paulus, Alexander Reid, Jean-Mrs. R. Macaulay Stevenson, Morton Casseday, Frank E. Hornel, Halsey C. Ives, Julia S. Kurtz)
4814 966-983 Correspondence, November 1-5, 1895
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Wm. B. Paterson, Stephenson family, Charles Sprague Pearce, Alexander Reid)
4814 984-1014 Correspondence, November 6-10, 1895
(Art Association of Indianapolis, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Julia S. Kurtz, James Paterson, Wm. B. Paterson, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, The Cleveland School of Art, John M. Beatty, Charles M. Kurtz)
4814 1015-1038 Correspondence, November 11-15, 1895
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family)
4814 1039-1049 Correspondence, November 16-20, 1895
(Charles M. Kurtz, R. Macauley Stevenson, Robert Koehler (for Minneapolis Studio Club), Wm. C. Cornwell for Buffalo Society of Artists)
4814 1050-1084 Correspondence, November 20-30, 1895
(Alexander Reid, Theo. Cooley-Chief, Art Dept., Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Oscar Matthiesen, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Halsey C. Ives, F.W. Bookin, Alexander Reid, Ellis Wainwright)
4814 1085-1103 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1895
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, Halsey C. Ives, W.M.R. French, Central Art Association)
4814 1104-1123 Correspondence, December 11-20, 1895
(Jean Stevenson-Mrs. R. Macauley, John Lavery, R. McCauley Stevenson, Daniel Catlin, Stephenson family, Halsey C. Ives, A.H. Griffith (Detroit Museum of Art))
4814 1124-1144 Correspondence, December 21-31, 1895
(Stephenson family, Geo. F. Brownell-Buffalo Club, L. A. Coonley, Alexnader Reid, Halsey C. Ives)
4814 1145-1178 Correspondence: Charles M.Kurtz, , 1896 (?)
(S.P. Avery, Geo. F. Brownell, Kurtz family, L. Delacham, James Guthrie, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Emil K. Kegel, Charles M. Kurtz, Frank H. Richardson, Stephenson family, Wm. Victor Wallace)
4814 1179-1207 Correspondence, January 1-15, 1896
(J.M. Bowles, Halsey C. Ives, A. H. Griffith, D.B. Kurtz, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, John Lavery, T. Vernette Morse- The Arts, Theodore Cooley-Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition, E. Farrier, Alexander Reid)
4814 1208-1229 Correspondence, January 16-31, 1896
(Harrison S. Morris, E. Wood, The Studio, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, John R. Tait, H. W. Mills)
4814 1230-1247 Correspondence, February 1-15, 1896
(James Fairsman, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, Howard Mansfield, Alexander Reid, R. Macauley Stevenson)
4814 1248-1277 Correspondence, February 16-29, 1896
(Joseph Lathrop, J. Francis Murphy, W.M.R. French, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, Stephenson family, Harrison S. Morris, J. M. Bowles, Art Institute of Chicago, J.H. Gest-Cincinnati Museum Association)
4814 1278-1301 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1896
(Alexander Reid, Halsey C. Ives, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, Charles Ward Rhodes, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 1302-1325 Correspondence, March 11-20, 1896
(R. Macaulay Stevenson, Stephenson family, Harrison S. Morris, D.B. Kurtz)
4814 1326-1342 Correspondence, March 21-31, 1896
(L. A. Coonley, J. H. Gest-Cincinnati Museum Association, J. H. Mills-Artists' Packing & Shipping Co., Mary Bacon Ford, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Halsey C. Ives, James Paterson, Harrison S. Morris, Geo. F. Brownell, J. M. Bowles)
4814 1343-1374 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1896
(Harrison S. Morris, L.A. Coonley, Mary Bacon Ford, Richard W. Brooke, Buffalo Society of Artists, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, John W. Beatty, Emil K. Kegel, Chas. S. Stuart, H. W. Mills)
4814 1375-1390 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1896
(Charles M. Kurtz, John W. Beatty, Harrison S. Morris, Alexander Reid, Shirley Moore, N.H. Carpenter-Art Institute of Chicago, Stephenson family, T. Vernette Morse-Central Art Association, Wm. Victor Wallace, S.M.D. Woodman)
4814 1391-1414 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1896
(William T. Evans, Harrison S. Morris, T.S. Noble, Cincinnati Museum Association, Charles M. Kurtz, Mary E. Hurst, Stephenson family, Edward Penfield-Harper & Brothers, Reginald H. Mardon, Kenyon Cox, Emma E. Lampert)
Reel Frames
4815 1-29 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1896
(Colin C. Cooper, Charles M. Kurtz, John W. Beatty, Emery H. Barton, Sarah B. Menefee, Stephenson family)
4815 30-97 Correspondence, May 11-30, [sic] May 11-June 15, 1896
(Emil Carlsen, Mr. & Mrs. Macaulay Stevenson, Sarah B. Menefee, Charles M. Kurtz, John W. Beatty, L. A. Coonley, H. Irving Way, Starkweather family, Julia S. Kurtz, D.B. Kurtz, Chelsea Arts Club, Sam. P. Avery, Stephenson family, Geo. Giddens, Augustus Koopman, Louis P. Dessar, Allen B. Pond)
4815 98-214 Correspondence, June 16-30, [sic] June 16- July 31, 1896
(Laura B. Starr, John W. Beatty?, C. Klackner, D.C. Thomson-Goupil Gallery, Augustus Koopman, Harrison S. Morris, E.A. Walton, Fritz Thaulow, Alexander Harrison, Henry Farrer, Emil K. Kegel, Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Frank Russell Green, Allen B. Pond, Robert Minor, Ellen Thompson, Sara Hallowell, Emil K. Kegel, Angelo del Mero, Alfred C. Howland, L. Delachaux, Carl Gutherz, Emil K. Kegel, Aug. H. Becker, Chas. Warren Eaton, Edward McDowell, Frank Gaiennie-St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, Wallace Bryant, Mrs. Macaulay Stevenson, Maria Brooks, Henry Farrer, William Macbeth, B.W. Woodward, Wallace Bryant, J.D. Pierce for Harrison S. Morris, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Sam'l.G. Kennedy, Insurance Co., Thomas Shields Clarke, F.W. Bookin, J. Francis Murphy, Henry Farrer, Morton Casseday, J.F. Haseltine for C.C. Cooper, William Macbeth, Wm. P. Burpee, R. Swain Gifford, Frank Russell Green, H.W. Mills-Artists' Packing & Shipping Co.)
4815 215-277 Correspondence, August 1-15, 1896
(Frank Russell Green, Halsey C. Ives, H.W. Mills, Wm. Macbeth, James Paterson, Maria Brooks, Frank Gaiennie, H.W. Mills, Stuart Park, Morton Casseday, Charles M. Kurtz, W.M. R. French, Wm. Macbeth, J. Francis Murphy, Harrison S. Morris, R. Macaulay Stevenson, George H. Bogert, H. Bolton Jones, Fred E. Bartlett, Charles M. Kurtz, R.F. Downing & Co, Customs Agents, W.M.R. French, J.H. Gest, Elizabeth C. Dessar, Doll & Richards Fine Arts, Frank Reauch)
4815 278-295 Correspondence, August 16-30, 1896
(D.B. Kurtz, F.W. Gookin, Alexander Reid, H. Bolton Jones, Theo. Cooley-Chief, Tennessee Centennial)
4815 296-317 Correspondence, September 1-15, 1896
(Morton Casseday, F.W. Gookin, W.M.R. French, Geo. Barrie, T. Vernette Morse, D.B. Kurtz, Edward Penfield-Harper & Bros.)
4815 318-356 Correspondence, September 16-30, 1896
(Theo. Cooley, Frank Reaugh, Charles M. Kurtz, R. Spaulding-Durand-Ruel, C.S. Farrington-National Academy of Design, Henry Mosler, F.W. Gookin, A.W. Shields, Harry Watrous, D.B. Kurtz, Mrs. Macaulay Stevenson, Marcus Benjamin-United States National Museum, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Alexander Reid, James Paterson, E.A. Walton, Emery H. Barton, J. Frank Currier, William T. Evans)
4815 357-434 Correspondence, October 1-15 [sic], October 1-31, 1896
(Emil K. Kegel-L. Crist Delmonico, Adolf Paulus-M�nchens "Secession," Irving R. Wiles, Stuart Park, W.H. Coffin, D.B. Kurtz, Louis Paul Dessar, R. Macaulay Stevenson, J. Francis Murphy, Charles M. Kurtz, Morton Casseday, Halsey C. Ives, B.B. Vallentine, Sarah B. Menefee, B.W. Woodward, United States Consulate at Munich, C. Klackner, Starkweather family, George Henry, Alexander Reid, Sara Hallowell, S.P. Avery, F.J.M. Rehn)
4815 435-466 Correspondence, November 1-15, 1896
(W.G. Fischel, Charles M. Kurtz, T. Vernette Morse-Central Art Association, Charles Ward Rhodes, John M. Beatty, P.A. Gross, B.W. Woodward, Maria Brooks, Demeten-H.L. Neumann, Kunsthandlung, M�nchens, Adolf Paulus, Wm. H. Howe, Mrs. Adela Irwin, L.H. Meakin, John Lavery)
4815 467-501 Correspondence, November 16-30, 1896
(Wm. H. Howe, Charles Ward Rhodes, Stephenson family, Carl Gutherz, Halsey C. Ives, John W. Beatty, J.H. Dolph, Theo. Cooley, Wm. B. Paterson, Chas H. Ault-Picture Exhibition Company of Cleveland, D.B. Kurtz, Ludwig Dill, Geo. F. Brownell, William Hall)
4815 502-543 Correspondence, December 1-15, 1896
(Elizabeth R. Coffin, Adolf Paulus, Alexander Reid, Stephenson family, Harrison S. Morris, John W. Beatty, D.B. Kurtz, J.M. Bowles, Theo. Cooley, F.W. Gookin, T. Vernette Morse, J.H. Dolph, George H. Galt- National Academy of Design)
4815 544-637 Correspondence, December 16-31 [sic] December 16-January 15, 1896
(W.G. Fischel, Charles Ward Rhodes, John Lavery, D.B. Kurtz, B.W. Woodward, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Stephenson family, D.B. Kurtz, John W. Beatty, Harrison S. Morris, Sam. P. Avery, J.G. Brown, Frank B. Carpenter, Theo. Cooley, Jean Stevenson-Mrs. Macaulay, W.E. Frischel, Halsey C. Ives, B. Paterson, Charles M. Kurtz)
4815 638-691 Correspondence, January 16-31 [sic] January 16-February 13, 1897
(John W. Beatty, F.W. Gookin, Alexander Reid, H.S. Bisbing, D.B. Kurtz, Jean Stevenson-Mrs. Macaulay, W.E.Frischel, T. Vernette Morse, W.W. Stewart, C. Klackner, Halsey C. Ives, Theo. Cooley, Harrison S. Morris, Charles Ward Rhodes, Geo. F. Brownell, Charles M. Kurtz)
4815 692-711 Correspondence, February 16-28, 1897
(Halsey C. Ives, Harrison S. Morris, Theo. Cooley, W.M.R. French, John W. Beatty, Angelo del Vero)
4815 712-778 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1897
(includes numerous condolence telegrams from family, friends and colleagues W. McEwan, Stuart Park, Frederick Keppel & Co., Stephenson family, Theo. Cooley, Charles Ward Rhodes, Montague Marks, Starkweather family, Cornelia F. Maury, Kurtz family)
4815 779-816 Correspondence, March 15-16, 1897
(all of the letters in this group express condolences on death of Kurtz's daughter)
4815 817-837 Correspondence, March 17-20, 1897
(mostly family sympathy letters Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4815 838-859 Correspondence, March 21-25, 1897
(Julia S. Kurtz, John Terris, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Geo. H. Story-Metropolitan Museum of Art, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Adolf Paulus, see also: frames 1134-1170 for C.M.Kurtz letter of March 21, 1897 filmed with November 16-30, 1897 letters)
4815 860-918 Correspondence, March 26-31, 1897
(Charles Ward Rhodes, F.W. Gookin, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Macbeth, Geo. H. Story, P.A. Gross, Louis Mullgardt, Mary Greton Bartlett, Charles Ward Rhodes, Allen B. Pond, Patty Thum, Wm. Murphy, Geo. F. Brownell, Frederick E. Bartlett)
4815 919-941 Correspondence, May 1-31, 1897
(D.F. Hasbrouck, Adela Irwin, Halsey C. Ives, Elizabeth R. Coffin,? Charlton, (Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition), Julia S. Kurtz, Louis Froelich)
4815 942-977 Correspondence, June-July, 1897
(Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, Starkweather family, Elizabeth Nourse, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Emil K. Kegel, Sara Hallowell, Sarah B. Menefee, Alexander Reid, J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Jean Stevenson-Mrs. R. Macaulay)
4815 978-1010 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1897
(Jean Stevenson-Mrs. R. Macaulay Stevenson, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Carle J. Blenner, Julia S. Kurtz, R. Swain Gifford, Ogden? Wood, Halsey C. Ives, L.A. Coonley Ward)
4815 1011-1040 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1897
(Maria Brooks, Thos. Royall, Sara Hallowell, Patty Thum, Emil Carlsen, Wm. Victor Wallace, Henry Farrer, Charlton Swope-Louisville Art League, Robert C. Ogden)
4815 1041-1059 Correspondence, October 1-15, 1897
(Jean Stevenson-Mrs. Macaulay, Starkweather family, Edwin Lord Weeks, J.G. Brown, Charlton Swope, Frank Brangwyn, J.B. Bristol)
4815 1060-1079 Correspondence, October 16-25, 1897
(Emil K. Kegel, J.H. Dolph, Robert C. Ogden, Marvin Eddy, Charlton Swope, Sara Hallowell, G. Edwin Shiras, Patty Thum, Avery Coonley)
4815 1080-1096 Correspondence, October 26-31, 1897
(Frank Gaiennie, Carle J. Blenner, G.S. Truesdell, Ogden Wood, Emil K. Kegel, Harrison S. Morris, Sara Hallowell, Patty Thum)
4815 1097-1133 Correspondence, November 1-15, 1897
(Robert Walker-Acting Secretary, The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, Geo. W. Maynard, Theo. Cooley, Sara Hallowell, Clara T. MacChesney, Walter McEwen, Patty Thum, S. Seymour Thomas, Halsey C. Ives, A.H. Griffith-Detroit Museum of Art, Edwin Lord Weeks)
4815 1134-1170 Correspondence, November 16-30, 1897
(Stephenson family, A.H. Griffith, Charlton A. Swope, Patty Thum, Charlton A. Swope, P.A. Gross, Alexander Reid, Harrison S. Morris, S. Seymour Thomas, Stephenson family, L.A. Coonley Ward, and Charles M. Kurtz-date of letter is March 21, 1897)
4815 1171-1198 Correspondence, December 1-19, 1897
(Harrison S. Morris, Clara T. MacChesney, J.H. Dolph, Geo. K. Andrews, Samuel Isham, John W. Beatty, Halsey C. Ives, J.H. Dolph, Alban Jasper Conant, Starkweather family, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4815 1199-1218 Correspondence, December 20-31, 1897
(A.D. Cooper, Charles Ward Rhodes, A.A.H. Boissevain, J.J. McWhorter, Charles M. Kurtz, Louis Paul Dessar, Sam. P. Avery, W.M.R. French, A.H. Griffith, Harrison S. Morris, Lyman Horace Weeks)
4815 1219-1258 Correspondence, January 1-15, 1898
(Alumnae Club, Louisville High School, Cecilia Beaux, Charles Ward Rhodes, Halsey C. Ives, Louis Paul Dessar, Sam. P. Avery, Charles M. Kurtz, W.M.R. French, A.D. Cooper, Charles F. Catlin-Trans Mississippi Exposition, Office of the Surveyor of Customs, St. Louis, Mary A. Sharpe, Sam. P. Avery, Chas. H. Wyman & Co.-Custom House Brokers, Harrison S. Morris, Samuel Isham)
4815 1259-1288 Correspondence, January 16-31, 1898
(L.A. Coonley Ward, A.H. Griffith, Samuel P. Avery, A.J. Conant, Halsey C. Ives, Ogden? Wood, Charles Ward Rhodes, P.A. Gross, Harrison S. Morris, Charles M. Kurtz, Mrs. Macaulay Stevenson, Stephenson family, Geo. F. Brownell, Grosvenor Thomas, W.E. Fischel)
4815 1289-1306 Correspondence, February 1-15, 1898
(Harrison S. Morris, Frank Gaiennie, Mary W. Sharpe, John M. Beatty, Halsey C. Ives, E.H. Barton, E. Fischhof, W.M.R. French, A.H. Griffith)
4815 1307-1329 Correspondence, February 16-28, 1898
(Halsey C. Ives, W.M.R. French, Ellis Wainwright, F. Edwin Elwell, Alexander Reid, Charles Ward Rhodes, Geo. F. Brownell)
Reel Frames
4816 1-28 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1898
(Emery H. Barton, Geo. Corlisa, Frank Gaiennie, Halsey C. Ives, J.H. Gest-Cincinnti Museum Association, Harrison S. Morris, A.T. Goshorn-Cincinnati Museum Association, W.M.R. French, A.H. Griffith, Ogden Wood)
4816 29-54 Correspondence, April 1-30, 1898
( Chicago Evening Post, E.W. Heysinger, Patty Thum, A.H. Griffith, B.W. Woodward, James W. Alexander, John R. Tait, Charles M. Kurtz, Otto H. Bacher, Charles Sprague Pearce, Halsey C. Ives, Colin Campbell Cooper, L.A. Coonley Ward)
4816 55-77 Correspondence, May 1-15, 1898
(Halsey C. Ives, Starkweather family, Frank W. Benson, Carle J. Blumner, J.H. Dolph, Mrs. C.B. Coman, Wm. Morgan, Stephenson family)
4816 78-99 Correspondence, May 16-31, 1898
(Jules Gu�rin, Frederick B. Williams, Halsey C. Ives, H.O. Walker, Samuel P. Avery, Mrs. L.A. Coonley Ward, Paul Charlton-Chair, Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, J. Alden Weir, Zachary T. Lindsey-Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, Chas. W. Eaton)
4816 100-131 Correspondence, June 1-15, 1898
(Will H. Low, Wm. H. Howe, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, J. H. Gest, E. Frischhof)
4816 132-176 Correspondence, June 16-30, 1898
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Cecilia Beaux, Harrison S. Morris, Henry Farrer, Wm. H. Howe)
4816 177-214 Correspondence, July 1-15, 1898
(J.H. Gest, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles S. Kurtz, A.T. Bricher, Mrs. Bertha Lea Low, Robert W. Vonnoh)
4816 215-256 Correspondence, July 16-31, 1898
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, J.B. Bristol, Charles Grafly, Harrison S. Morris, Stephenson family)
4816 257-297 Correspondence, August 1-10, 1898
(Henry C. Lee, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Stu. Laurence, Francis Wheaton, Roswell S. Hill, Henry C. Lee, Starkweather family, W. W. Thum)
4816 298-330 Correspondence, August 11-15, 1898
(E. A. Anderson-Louisville Art League, E.L. Henry, Edmund C. Tarbell, Stephenson family, M. Knoedler & Co., Charles M. Kurtz, F.W. Stokes, Fred. W. ?, St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, Henry Mosley)
4816 331-362 Correspondence, August 16-31, 1898
(Edmund Tarbell, J.H. Gest-Cincinnati Museum Association, Charles Ward Rhodes, H. Siddons Mowbray, Patty Thum, Mrs. L. A. Coonley Ward, Sam. P. Avery, Charles Melville Dewey, Edmonia A. Anderson-Louisville Art League, Charles M. Kurtz)
4816 363-392 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1898
(Sam. P. Avery, C.B. Woodward Printing Co., Patty Thum, "Steve" Horatio S. Stevenson, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, L.H.Meakin-Society of Western Artists)
4816 393-426 Correspondence, September 11-30, 1898
(Julia S. Kurtz, Alexander Reid, Will H. Low, Cornelia F. Maury, Henry R. Poore, A.H. Griffith, Isabel Macdougall- The Chicago Evening Post, Harrison S. Morris, Orrin S. Parsons, Charles Francis Browne- Brush and Pencil, Geo. F. Brownell, James D. Spriggs, Theo. Cooley, James Paterson)
4816 427-452 Correspondence, October 1-31, 1898
(Sam. P. Avery, Wm. Verplanck Birney, B. W. Woodward, F. S. Church, Alex. Reid, Irving R. Wiles, Sam. P. Avery, Chas. B. McCormack, Charles M. Kurtz, Chas. Sedelmeyer, James D. Springgs, Geo. F. Brownell)
4816 453-479 Correspondence, November 1-20, 1898
(American Water Color Society, Patty Thum, The Lotos Club, Charles Sedelmeyer, Sam. P. Avery, Walter C. Hartson, J. Francis Murphy, Wm. H. Howe, F. S. Church, J. C. Sherlock, E. Fischhof, "Steve"-brother of R. Macauley Stevenson, James D. Spriggs)
4816 480-505 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1898
(Harrison S. Morris, Alex. Reid, Sam. P. Avery, James D. Spriggs, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Robert Walker-Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, F.W.Gookin, A.H Griffith)
4816 506-524 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1898
(Sam. P. Avery, Sara Hallowell, Nina G. Batchelor, Chas. H. Wyman & Co-Custom House Brokers, A.H. Griffith, Ellis Wainwright, Marcus Benjamin-U.S. National Museum)
4816 525-543 Correspondence, December 11-31, 1898
(Geo. F. Brownell, Marcus Benjamin, J.H. Gest, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, A.H. Griffith?-Detroit Museum of Art)
4816 544-557 Correspondence, Correspondence, 1899?
(Geo. K. Andrews, Charles M. Kurtz, John B. Cauldwell)
4816 558-571 Correspondence, January 1-10, 1899
(Geo. A. McKinstry, Marcus Benjamin, R. Swain Gifford, Halsey C. Ives, T. Addison Richards)
4816 572-588 Correspondence, January 11-31, 1899
(Emil Loir, A.H. Griffith, Elizabeth Menefee, Halsey C. Ives, American Art Association-J. Ortgres, J. C. Sherlock, John B. Cauldwell)
4816 589-604 Correspondence, February 1-15, 1899
(Reid Northrop, Halsey C. Ives, Harrison S. Morris, J. H. Gest, Sam. P. Avery, William T. Evans)
4816 605-635 Correspondence, February 16-28, 1899
(R. Swain Gifford, Dudley Smith-Greater America Exposition, Omaha, John B. Cauldwell, Charles Ward Rhodes, J.C. Sherlock, Lyman H. Weeks, General Manager, St. Louis Exposition and Musical Hall Association)
4816 636-659 Correspondence, March 1-5, 1899
(John B. Cauldwell-United States Commission to the Paris Exposition of 1900, Marcus Benjamin, Letitia B. Hart, Cornelia Fellaway, Charles H. Pepper)
4816 660-686 Correspondence, March 6-20, 1899
(Halsey C. Ives, Frank Gaiennie, John B. Cauldwell, B.W. Woodward, William Bailey Faxon, Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes)
4816 687-713 Correspondence, March 21-31, 1899
(J.H. Gest-Cincinnati Museum Association, John B. Cauldwell, H.K. Bush-Brown-Architectural League of New York, Alexander Reid, Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. Victor Wallace, Julia S. Kurtz, Ferdinand W. Peck)
4816 714-743 Correspondence, April 1-15, 1899
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, A.L. Bridgeman-Secretary, Peary Arctic Club, Mary Bacon Ford, Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes, Marcus Benjamin)
4816 744-760 Correspondence, April 16-30, 1899
(A.T. Bricher, Jules Gu�rin, Will H. Low, B.W. Woodward, Theo. Cooley, F. Hopkinson Smith, Clark Sampson-St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, Fred. W. Kost, Will S. Robinson, Thomas W. Wood, Harrison S. Morris)
4816 761-785 Correspondence, May 1-8, 1899
(Enid Yandell, Maria Brooks, J.C. Nicoll, Charles Ward Rhodes?, W. Elmer Schofield, R. Swain Gifford, P.A. Gross, Louis Paul Dessar, Georgia W. Fraser-art editor of Art Education, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4816 786-806 Correspondence, May 11-20, 1899
(Cornelia Fellaway, B.D. Woodward, John B. Cauldwell, Mary Graton Bartlett, Geo. Barrie, Geo. H. Smillie, Maria Brooks, Walter Shirlaw)
4816 807-818 Correspondence, May 21-31, 1899
(John B. Cauldwell, Halsey C. Ives)
4816 819-851 Correspondence, June 1-30, 1899
(Charles Ward Rhodes, John B. Cauldwell, Chas. P. Gruppe, Charles Sprague Pearce, Charles M. Kurtz, Tocky-Starkweather)
4816 852-692 Correspondence, July 1-31, 1899
(Kurtz family, Starkweather family, Fritz Thaulow, Georgia Gross, Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick Dielman, John B. Cauldwell, Stephenson family, Geo. Barrie, Charles Ward Rhodes, Geo. H. Story, P.A. Gross)
4816 693-907 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1899
(Frank Russell Green, Sybil Rinehart, Geo. F. Brownell, Ikey- Charles Ward Rhodes, J. H. Gest, John H. McGibbons-United States Commission, Sam. P. Avery)
4816 908-934 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1899
(Charles M. Kurtz, Frank Gaiennie, Charles Ward Rhodes, Marcus Benjamin, J.H. Fry, B.W. Woodward, John B. Cauldwell, Halsey C. Ives, Frederick W. Gardner)
4816 935-955 Correspondence, October 1-31, 1899
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Edmund H. Murphy, Halsey C. Ives, Marcus Benjamin)
4816 956-987 Correspondence, November 1-30, 1899
(Harrison S. Morris, Charles M. Kurtz, Cornelia F. Maury, Charles M. Dewey, C. de Vivo for Eugene Fischhof)
4816 988-1028 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1899
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Steve Stevenson?, Frederick E. Bartlett, Kurtz family, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Lyman H. Weeks, B.W. Woodward)
4816 1029-1081 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1900
(Charles M. Kurtz, C. de Vivo, Reid Northrop, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, and Julia S. Kurtz undated letters, probably from early summer of 1899)
4816 1082-1113 Correspondence, February 1-28, 1900
(Harrison S. Morris, L.A.C. Ward, F. A. Bridgeman, R. Swain Gifford, James Grant, Halsey C. Ives, Marcus Benjamin, Charles Ward Rhodes, J. H. Gest, L.A.C. Ward, William Victor Wallace)
4816 1114-1133 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1900
(Mary Davis Chambers, H.K. Bush-Brown, Geo. H. Story, W.M.R. French-Art Institute of Chicago, J.H. Dolph, Alfred Fischhof, J.J. Albright)
4816 1134-1147 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1900
(Lyman H. Weeks, Halsey C. Ives, T. C. No�-firm of S. P. Avery)
4816 1148-1158 Correspondence, April 11-30, 1900
(W.V. Birney, Charles Ward Rhodes, Harrison S. Morris, C. de Vivo for firm of Eugene Fischhof)
4816 1159-1185 Correspondence, May 1-31, 1900
(Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes, Morton M. Casseday, J. B. Bristol, John. B. Cauldwell, Stephenson family, Henry S. Hubbell)
4816 1186-1197 Correspondence, June 10-20, 1900
(Horace Porter-United States Ambassador to France, H.O. Tanner, Harrison S. Morris, Marcus Benjamin, A. Bartholemy, Richard Lloyd Jones)
4816 1198-1228 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1900
(Charles M. Kurtz, Richard Lloyd Jones, B.W. Woodward, Kurtz family, St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, Geo. W. Ochs- The New York Times, John D. Cauldwell)
4816 1229-1235 Correspondence, July 1-31, 1900
(John B. Cauldwell, Geo. Barrie, Morton Casseday)
4816 1236-1260 Correspondence, August 1-30, 1900
(Richard Lloyd Jones, B. Barth�lemy, Louis Paul Dessar, Henry S. Hubbell, Geo. W. Ochs, E.R. Bacon, F. Curley, Starkweather family, Charles Ward Rhodes, Theodore C. No�)
4816 1261-1285 Correspondence, September 1-31, 1900
(Julia S. Kurtz, Kurtz family, B.W. Woodward, Charles Ward Rhodes, Rodman Wanamaker, A. Barth�lemy, Cornelia F. Maury)
4816 1286-1308 Correspondence, October 1-31, 1900
(Starkweather family, Marcus Benjamin, New York Water Color Club, Noyes, Platt and Co., Cornelia B. Sage-Buffalo Fine Arts Academy-letter dated 1914, Louis Frohlish for Eug�ne Fischhoff, T.C. No� for Sam. P. Avery, Hensel, Bruckmann & Lorbacher Custom House Brokers, Chester Woodward)
4816 1309-1338 Correspondence, November 1-20, 1900
(Halsey C. Ives, St. Nicholas magazine, thank you notes for photographs from ship board companions)
4816 1339-1352 Correspondence, November 21-30, 1900
(notes from ship board companions, Augustus Franzein, H.K. Bush-Brown, R.J. Haight-publisher of The Monumental News, Mrs. Lydia? Coonley Ward)
4816 1353-1370 Correspondence, December 1-15, 1900
(Halsey C. Ives, Anne Abbott Brownell, The Monumental News, George H. Bogart, Frederick E. Bartlett, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4816 1371-1384 Correspondence, December 16-31, 1900
(Victor D. Brenner, The Monumental News, Frederick E. Bartlett, Grace Isabel Colbron)
Reel Frames
4817 1-6 Letters, 1901, undated
(Roger Riordan-Pan-American Exposition 1901, copy of preliminary announcement of artists participating in the Pan-American Exposition, Halsey C. Ives)
4817 7-39 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1901
(F.C. Howe, Halsey C. Ives, Emery H. Barton, Charles M. Kurtz, Alfred V. Churchill, Steve-Horatio S. Stevenson, Ogden Wood, Frederick E. Bartlett)
4817 40-73 Correspondence, February 1-28, 1901
( The Monumental News, A. Fischhof, Halsey C. Ives, Arthur Stedman, Kurtz family, Victor D. Brenner, Henry Wolf, Halsey C. Ives)
4817 74-97 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1901
(J.B. Botto, Starkweather family, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, Frederick E. Bartlett, Geo. McKinstry)
4817 98-122 Correspondence, April 1-15, 1901
(W.M.R. French, Charles Parsons, Emery Pottle for The Criterion, Wm. H. Coffin for Pan-American Exposition, Charles M. Kurtz, Ogden Wood, Frederic C. Howe, K. Takahashi)
4817 123-149 Correspondence, April 16-30, 1901
(Halsey C. Ives, Geo. K. Andrews, Frederick E. Bartlett, Ogden Wood, The Criterion)
4817 150-167 Correspondence, May 1-15, 1901
(Burton Thompson for Missouri Society, Wm. A. Coffin, Emery Pottle, Charles Ward Rhodes, Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes, Marcus Benjamin)
4817 168-181 Correspondence, May 16-31, 1901
(John J. Emery, J.N. Marble, Reid Northrop)
4817 182-199 Correspondence, June 1-15, 1901
(Doubleday, Page & Co., Pan-American Exposition Press Dept., Richard Lloyd Jones, Reid Northrop, Charles Parsons, Halsey C. Ives)
4817 200-219 Correspondence, June 16-30, 1901
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Ogden Wood, Doubleday, Page & Co.)
4817 220-257 Correspondence, July 1-30, 1901
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Cornelia F. Maury, J.P.H. Cunningham, Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, J.G. Brown, Isabella Starkweather, J.E. Elwell)
4817 258-291 Correspondence, August 1-15, 1901
(Doubleday, Page & Co., Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, Ogden Wood)
4817 292-325 Correspondence, August 16-31, 1901
(Charles Ward Rhodes, Harper & Bros, Marcus Benjamin, Doubleday, Page & Co., Halsey C. Ives, F.C. DeLeon, John LaFarge, J.G. Brown)
4817 326-344 Correspondence, September 1-10, 1901
(J.E. Elwell, Kurtz family, J.B. Botto, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. F. Brownell)
4817 345-367 Correspondence, September 11-30, 1901
(Morton M. Casseday, Charles de Kay for The National Arts Club, Victor J.Brenner, Tock-C.C. Starkweather, Ikey A. Barth�lemy, Wm. Victor Wallace, Cornelia F. Maury)
4817 368-392 Correspondence, October 1-15, 1901
(Philip R. Sawyer, J.H. Gest, Harrison S. Morris, Roger Riordan, Emery H. Barton, F.E.A. Curley)
4817 393-413 Correspondence, October 16-31, 1901
(Charles M. Kurtz, Henry Romeike, Harrison S. Morris, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. F. Brownell)
4817 414-443 Correspondence, November 1-30, 1901
(Mrs. Morton M. Casseday, Philip R. Sawyer, Constantino de Vivo, Charles M. Kurtz, S.P. Annan, Harrison S. Morris, Ikey-Constantino de Vivo)
4817 444-469 Correspondence, December 1-10, 1901
(Tock-C.C. Starkweather, Charles M. Kurtz, Ikey-Constantino de Vivo, A. Barth�lemy, Ogden Wood)
4817 470-493 Correspondence, December 11-25, 1901
(B.B. Vallentine, J. H. Dolph, Marcus Benjamin, ? Cuiley, Ikey-Constantino de Vivo, Eug�ne Fischhof, W.L. Sheldon)
4817 494-515 Correspondence, December 26-31, 1901
(Clara McChesney, Curator of Paintings, St. Louis Museum- Charles Ward Rhodes, Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick W. Gookin, Eug�ne Fischhof, Constantino de Vivo, William Victor Wallace)
4817 516-524 Correspondence, 1901?
(L. P. di Cesnola, Edith H. Ogden)
4817 525-550 Correspondence, January 1-15, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, J.B. Botto, C. Brunner for Chas. Sedelmeyer, Geo. F. Brownell, Frederick E. Bartlett, Geo. McKinstry, W.B. Stevens-St. Louis World's Fair)
4817 551-570 Correspondence, January 16-22, 1902
(J. Whitelaw Hamilton, Reid Northrop, Kurtz family, Charles Ward Rhodes, F. Miranda, A Barth�lemy, American Art Association, Geo. F. Brownell, Julia S. Kurtz)
4817 571-596 Correspondence, January 23-31, 1902
(Starkweather family, Reid Northrop, F. Edwin Elwell for Metropolitan Museum of Art, Halsey C. Ives, Charles Ward Rhodes, Laura Sedgwick Collins, Julia S. Kurtz, John La Farge, Theo. Hausen-Consulate of Sweden and Norway, Wilfred H. Schoff for Philadelphia Comercial Museum)
4817 597-620 Correspondence, February 1-15, 1902
(Morton M. Casseday, A. Barth�lemy, Julia S. Kurtz, Ren� Ferry for Minerva, Frederick E. Bartlett, Alexander Roche, Morton M. Casseday, Halsey C. Ives, Theodore C. No� for Sam. P. Avery)
4817 621-655 Correspondence, February 16-28, 1902
(Theodore C. No�, Frederick Dielman, Julia S. Kurtz, Geo. McKinstry, Mercantile Library of St. Louis, Charles Ward Rhodes, Theodore C. No�, Frederick E. Bartlett)
4817 656-678 Correspondence, March 1-15, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, James Paterson, Philip B. Sawyer, Carnegie Institute)
4817 679-693 Correspondence, March 16-31, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, Henry S. Hubbell, A. Barth�lemy, H. S. Morris, Reil Northrop)
4817 694-717 Correspondence, April 1-30, 1902
(Halsey C. Ives, Ikey-Charles Ward Rhodes, W.S. Chaplin-Washington University, Julia S. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Nina Starkweather?, Charles M. Kurtz)
4817 718-737 Correspondence, May 1-31, 1902
(Holmes Smith-Society of Western Artists, A. Barth�lemy, Ogden Wood, J. William Fosdick-National Society of Mural Painters, Charles Boulet de Mondel, Victor Brenner, James Paterson)
4817 738-761 Correspondence, June 1-30, 1902
(Theodore C. No� Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, C. T. Brainard & Co., St. Louis Club)
4817 762-777 Correspondence, July 1-15, 1902
(St. Louis Club, A. Barth�lemy, Geo. N. Andre, Edwin H. Wuerpel)
4817 778-801 Correspondence, July 16-25, 1902
(Theodore C. No�, R. Macaulay Stevenson, C. Brunner, Charles M. Kurtz, A. Barth�lemy, Grosvenor Thomas, J. B. Bennett & Sons, Picture Dealers, Chas. H. Ault)
4817 802-827 Correspondence, July 26-31, 1902
(Alexander Reid, George F. Parker-U.K. Representative to the Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904, J. WHitelaw Hamilton, Starkweather family, T. Corsan Morton, James Paterson, George Pirie, Harry Spence, Chas. S. Hamblin-Art Dept., St. Louis World's Fair)
4817 828-861 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1902
(Charles de Kay for The Venice Campanile Fund, Theodore C. No�, J. M. Crawford, Edwin H. Wuerpel, David Gauld, Washington & Jefferson College, F.E.A. Curley, Alexander Reid, Marvin Eddy, C. de Vivo, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, William Kennedy)
4817 862-868 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1902
(? Curley)
4817 869-888 Correspondence, October 1-31, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, W. Victor Wallace, Stephenson family, Marcus Benjamin, Halsey C. Ives)
4817 889-913 Correspondence, November 1-10, 1902
(Municipal Art Society, C.J. Zolnay, John Getz, Harper's Weekly, Geo. F. Brownell, Charles Nagel, F.O. Sylvester, Michel de Carnowsky, Holmes Smith-Society of Western Artists)
4817 914-950 Correspondence, November 11-20, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes, Halsey C. Ives, William Victor Wallace, Durand-Ruel, New York Galleries, Henry Romeike Press Cutting Bureau, Wilson Eyre)
4817 951-970 Correspondence, November 21-25, 1902
(F.O. Sylvester, Wilson Eyre, Charles M. Kurtz, C.S. Hamblin-St. Louis World's Fair, William Victor Wallace, W.S. Budworth & Son, Packers and Shippers, Robert? Bringhurst, Michel de Carnowsky)
4817 971-986 Correspondence, November 26-30, 1902
(Starkweather family, Charles M. Kurtz, Ernst Kegel)
4817 987-1001 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1902
(Charles M. Kurtz, Japan Society, Chas. H. Ault, Isaac S. Taylor-St. Louis World's Fair, Michel de Carnowsky, George F. Kunz, and Alexander Reid letter dated 1901)
4817 1002-1010 Correspondence: Charles M. Kurtz, incomplete, , 1903?
(Charles M. Kurtz, Edwin H. Wuerpel)
4817 1011-1026 Correspondence:, , January 1-5, 1903
(Emery H. Barton, Enid Yandell, Edw. H. Semple, Charles M. Kurtz, Starkweather family, Laura Sedgwick Collins, C.S. Hamblin)
4817 1027-1038 Correspondence, January 6-10, 1903
(Laura Sedgwick Collins, C.S. Hamblin, Camera Club of New York, Charles M. Kurtz)
4817 1039-1064 Correspondence, January 11-31, 1903
(John Getz, Charles M. Kurtz, Harrison S. Morris, A. Barth�lemy, Geo. H. Story)
4817 1065-1079 Correspondence, February 1-20, 1903
(Starkweather family, W.M.R. French-Art Institute of Chicago, Eugene Fischhof, D.C. Ball, Stephenson family, Kurtz family, Emery Pottle for The Criterion)
4817 1080-1094 Correspondence, February 21-28, 1903
(W.M.R. French, Charles M. Kurtz, Marvin Eddy, Jules R. Mersfelder, L.A. Coonley Ward, Ogden Wood?)
4817 1095-1115 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1903
(Frederick J.V. Skiff-St. Louis World's Fair, J.H. Kingwill, Merry delle Hoyt, Charles de Kay, Missouri Society, Zorlah M. Burroughs, Starkweather family, Strobridge Lithography Co, Paul Jones, F.S. Lamb, Harrison S. Morris)
4817 1116-1135 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1903
(Maria Brooks, J. H. Kingwill, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, C.S. Hamblin)
4817 1136-1157 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1903
(E.E. Seavy, Thomas Allen, Gari Melchers, Julia S. Kurtz, C.S. Hamblin, Strobridge Lithography Co., Chas. H. Ault, Alexander Roche, Gottschalk Printing Co., Starkweather family)
4817 1158-1170 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1903
(Emery Pottle for The Criterion, Julia S. Kurtz, Florence N. Levy for the American Art Annual, Dr. Skiff, Emery Pottle, Rhode C. Chase, Emery H. Barton)
4817 1171-1195 Correspondence, May 1-30, 1903
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, F. Edwin Elwell, W.A. Brearley, Halsey C. Ives, George J. Zolnay, Morton M. Casseday, M. Knoedler & Co.)
4817 1196-1237 Correspondence, June 1-30, 1903
(St. Louis School of Fine Arts, Morton Casseday, Tock-Starkweather, Charles M. Kurtz, E.H. Wuerpel, Henry Wolf, James D. Smillie, Frederick Deilman, Washington and Jefferson College The Pandora, J.B. Botto)
4817 1238-1258 Correspondence, July 1-31, 1903
(C.E. Hutchings, Cornelia F. Maury, D.C. Ball, Stephenson family, Frank V.? Dudley, Tock-Starkweather)
4817 1259-1279 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1903
(Edna Fischel, Metropolitan Museum of Art, W. M. R. French, Stephenson family, Marcus Benjamin)
4817 1280-1293 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1903
(William A. Coffin, E.H. Wuerpel, Marcus Benjamin, Frank V.? Dudley, J.B. Botto, A. Shugio on behalf of Y. Otsuka, Rodman Wanamaker)
4817 1294-1318 Correspondence, October-December, 1903
(Morton Casseday, Starkweather family, C.S. Hamblin, D.B.K.- Davis B. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz, Collier's Weekly, George F. Brownell, F.O. Sylvester-Society of Western Artists)
4817 1319-1337 Letters, 1904, undated
(May C. Bristol, Edmund Hayes, E.H. Wuerpel, Alfred Ruckstuhl, Statement re: New York Advisory Commission of Louisiana Purchase Exposition)
4817 1338-1358 Correspondence, January-March, 1904
(Executive Commissioner for Russia at St. Louis Exposition, Kentucky Commission, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Julia S. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4817 1359-1380 Correspondence, April - May, 1904
(Joseph C. Spriggs, Leonard Alimon?, Jeanne C.Martin, Curtis Bell for Metropolitan Camera Club, Holmes Smith, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4817 1381-1394 Correspondence, June 1-30, 1904
(Charles M. Kurtz, Ralph H. Plumb)
4817 1395-1411 Correspondence, July 1-30, 1904
(Ralph H. Plumb, Charles Ward Rhodes, Robert C. Ogden, Charles M. Kurtz)
4817 1412-1437 Correspondence, August-September, 1904
(James D. Spriggs, Henry Wolf, Louisiana Purchase Exposition Commission, A. Barth�lemy, J.B. Botto, Robert Vonnoh, Marion Eddy, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, and Charles Ward Rhodes dated August 23, 1900)
4817 1438-1451 Correspondence, October 1-15, 1904
(Edward R. Rice, John Getz, James D. Spriggs, J.C. Strauss, United States Government Board-Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Carl Hirschberg)
4817 1452-1479 Correspondence, October 16-25, 1904
(Ralph H. Plumb, Cornelia Beantley Sage, Joseph Beres-German Society of Buffalo, M.M. Blanc, Geo. F. Brownell, E. Brige Harrison, Frank V. Dudley, L.A.C.W.-Mrs. Ward, Charles M. Kurtz, Willis O. Chapin, Edward R. Rice, W.M.R. French, Halsey C. Ives?)
4817 1480-1493 Correspondence, October 26-31, 1904
(Imperial Japanese Commission, Mary May Blanc, Charles Ward Rhodes, Kurtz family, William L. Marcy, Cornelia Bentley Sage, Mary Henry Mosler)
Reel Frames
4818 1-17 Correspondence, November 1-10, 1904
(E. Burgess Warren, W. L. Lathrop, Charles Ward Rhodes, Robert W. Vonnoh, Charles M. Kurtz?, Charles Ward Rhodes, W.W. Thum)
4818 18-34 Correspondence, November 11-15, 1904
(Charles M. Kurtz, Maria Brooks, J. Craig Annan, Edmund Hayes, Arthur Hoeber, C. F. von Saltza, Emery H. Barton, Ralph H. Plumb)
4818 35-57 Correspondence, November 16-20, 1904
(Edmund Hayes, Charles M. Kurtz, Fred F. Gottschalk, Edward B. Green, Wm. H. Coffin, J. A. Holmes-Universal Exposition Chair, Patty Thum)
4818 58-112 Correspondence, November 21-2
(Florence N. Levy, Geo. F. Brownell, Julia S. Kurtz, Metropolitan Museum of Art, R. H. Plumb, Geo. P. Sawyer, C.F. von Saltza, Charles M. Kurtz, Josephine Redding- The Art Interchange, William Macbeth, Cornelia Bentley Sage-Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Wm. A. Coffin, Edward Dufner, Augustus Lukeman, J.B. Botto, Henry Wolf)
4818 113-128 Correspondence, December 1-5, 1904
(Edmund Hayes-Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, William H. Goodyear-Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Henry Wolf, Mark Bennitt for Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Carl Hirschberg, A.H. Griffith-Detroit Museum of Art, Charles M. Kurtz)
4818 129-152 Correspondence, December 6-10, 1904
(J.N. Adam, S. Seymour Thomas, Ruth Martin, Edward B. Green, Edward Robinson-Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Edward Dufner, Edward Hayes, Commissioner General for Bulgaria, Harrison S. Morris, Ralph H. Plumb, R.W. Vonnoh, F. Morton- Brush & Pencil, Lydia Avery Coonley Ward)
4818 153-173 Correspondence, December 11-15, 1904
(Carleton Wiggins, Emil Carlsen, Charles Ward Rhodes, Ralph H. Plumb, Geo. B. Zing, May C. Bristol, Wm. M. Chase, A.H. Griffith, Richard Lloyd Jones- Collier's Weekly, Charles M. Kurtz)
4818 174-190 Correspondence, December 16-20, 1904
(E.H. Plumb, Edmund Hayes, Allen B. Talcott, Dudley-Ogden Wood, Geo. F. Brownell, Robert David Gauley, Edmund Hayes, J.S. Royer)
4818 191-229 Correspondence, December 21-31, 1904
(H. S. Hubbell, F. Morton, E.B. Green, Edmund Hayes, Albert E. Tansing, Edmund Hayes, Charles M. Kurtz, Henrich F. Albert-Assistant Imperial German Commissioner General, Geo. F. Brownell, M. Cassiday)
4818 230-268 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Kurtz family, E.B. Green, Charles A. Ball-Louisiana Purchase Exposition Secretary, Emil Kegel, J. B. Bristol)
4818 269-297 Correspondence, February 1-28, 1905
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, George H. Storey, Henry Wolf, Chas. H. Wyman-Custom House Brokers)
4818 298-345 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Wm. H. Goodyear, R.B. Adam, A.W. Mesdag, L.A.C. Ward, Henry Wolf, Holmes Smith, D.M. Ellis-Lewis and Clark Exposition Commission, Cornelia Bentley Sage)
4818 346-372 Correspondence, April 1-20, 1905
(Edward B. Green, Cornelia Bentley Sage, Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4818 373-404 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Myron E. Pierce, Henry Wolf, Charles Ward Rhodes)
4818 405-417 Correspondence, May 1-10, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Chas. H. Wyman-Custom House Brokers)
4818 418-457 Correspondence, May 11-15, 1905
(Frederick E. Bartlett, A. H. Griffith, Charles M. Kurtz, H. Skiff-Field Columbian Museum, John B. Cauldwell, Rev. J. B. McCormick-Western University of Pennsylvania, Robert C. Ogden, Will H. Low, Marcus Benjamin, Geo. McKinstry, Mrs. A.M.G. Patterson, J.N. Marble)
4818 458-478 Correspondence, May 16-25, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Philip B. Sawyer, Sam. P. Avery, W.J.L. Eurmont, Ala�e Hortier, Frederick Dielman)
4818 479-498 Correspondence, May 26-31, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Frederick W. Gookin, Will H. Low, Zelma Baylos, B.D. Woodward, Walter B. Stevens, Thomas Reid- The Glasgow Herald)
4818 499-514 Correspondence, June 1-10, 1905
(Charles M. Kurtz, Charles Sprague Pearce)
4818 515-535 Correspondence, June 11-30, 1905
(George H. Storey-Metropolitan Museum of Art, George K. Andrews, Edmund Hayes, Charles M. Kurtz, J.B. Botto, E.L. Van Pelt, Emery H. Barton)
4818 536-564 Correspondence, July-August, 1905
(Holmes Smith, Marcus Benjamin, Charles Ward Rhodes, Frederick G. Gray, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Maria Riker, Alice R. Alice R. Glenny, ? Curley, Alex Reid, C.J. Zolnay, Starkweather family, G.P. Sawyer, Charles M. Kurtz)
4818 565-598 Correspondence, September-October, 1905
(Geo. McKinstry, R. Macaulay Stevenson, Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, W.Y. Macgregor, Charles L. Freer, John Harrison Mills, Lydia Avery Coonley Ward, Russia's First Fine Arts Exposition in America, Edmund H. Wuerpel)
4818 599-618 Correspondence, November 1-30, 1905
(Dudley W. Rhodes, W. Gardner, J.B. Botto, Stephenson family, Alexander Roche, Peter A. Schemm, Hermon A. Kelley-Cleveland Museum of Art, James D. Spriggs)
4818 619-643 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1905
(Alexander Roche, Charles, M. Kurtz, John W. Alexander, Grosvenor Thomas, Halsey C. Ives, S. Kellogg, Emery H. Barton, Charles M. Kurtz, Lydia Avery Coonley Ward)
4818 644-670 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1906, undated
(Charles Caryl Coleman, Geo. E. Matthers, Alexander Roche, Halsey C. Ives, A.W. Mesdag, Stuart Park, Henry Wolf, John McGibbons-Louisiana Purchase Exposition, J.B. Botto)
4818 671-699 Correspondence, February 1-28, 1906
(Julia S. Kurtz, Henry Wolf, Starkweather family, Halsey C. Ives, Gustave Kobbe, Charles M. Kurtz, Dudlle-Frank V. Dudley?, John Stevenson, Jr.-Driggs-Seabury Ordnance Corporation, J. Whitelaw Hamilton)
4818 700-735 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1906
(Charles M. Kurtz, Halsey C. Ives, Kurtz family, J. Carroll Beckwith, James D. Spriggs, Emery H. Barton, Marian De Forest)
4818 736-762 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1906
(sympathy notes on death of Davis B. Kurtz, R. Lesch-Berlin Photographic Company), Geo. F. Brownell, John Stevenson, Jr., Carlton Sprague, Halsey C. Ives, Frances E. A. Curley)
4818 763-798 Correspondence, April 11-20, 1906
(Halsey C. Ives, Carleton Sprague, Henry Wolf, Charles M. Kurtz, Alice R. Glenny, Alexander Roche, Marcus Benjamin)
4818 799-821 Correspondence, April 21-30, 1906
(Halsey C. Ives, Charles M. Kurtz, J.B. Botto)
4818 822-841 Correspondence, May 1-31, 1906
(Mrs. L.A. Coonley Ward, Charles M Kurtz, Stephenson family, W.Y. Macgregor, Julia S. Kurtz, George Houston)
4818 842-858 Correspondence, June 1-30, 1906
(Marcus Benjamin, Mrs. R. M. Stevenson, Starkweather family, Charles M. Kurtz, George Houston)
4818 859-882 Correspondence, July 1-30, 1906
(Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4818 883-908 Correspondence, August-October, 1906
(Carl Marr, Julia S. Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Frank V.? Dudley, Stephenson family, Henry Wolf, J.P.H. Cunningham, Halsey C. Ives)
4818 909-934 Correspondence, November 1-30, 1906
(Henry Wolf, F.W. Stokes, Librarian, National Academy of Design, Charles M. Kurtz, Alexander Roche)
4818 935-962 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1906
(Henry Wolf, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Stephenson family, Henry Wolf, George Pirie, E. H. Wuerpel)
4818 963-990 Correspondence, Jan.-Feb. 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Chas. S. Weaver, Mrs. L.A. C. Ward)
4818 991-1015 Correspondence, March 1-31, 1907
(Helen A. Robinson, Mrs. L.A.C. Ward, Charles M. Kurtz, Augustus Koopman, D. Heinemann, Stephenson family)
4818 1016-1029 Correspondence, April 1-10, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4818 1030-1064 Correspondence, April 11-30, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Frank W. Sweitzer)
4818 1065-1091 Correspondence, May 1-15, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4818 1092-1117 Correspondence, May 16-31, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Mrs. L.A.C. Ward, Stephenson family)
4818 1118-1137 Correspondence, June 1-20, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4818 1138-1157 Correspondence, June 21-30, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4818 1158-1196 Correspondence, July 1-30, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family, Harry Watrous-National Academy of Design)
4818 1197-1232 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1907
(Charles M. Kurtz, E.H. Wuerpel, Dudley-Ogden Wood)
4818 1233-1269 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1907
(Mary T. Martin, Stephenson family, Harry Watrous, Charles M. Kurtz, Dudley-Ogden Wood)
4818 1270-1285 Correspondence, October-November, 1907
(Stephenson family, Robert Barclay, Charles M. Kurtz, Cornelia Bentley Sage)
4818 1286-1308 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1907
(Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz, Mrs. L.A.C. Ward, Henry Wolf)
Reel Frames
4819 1-44 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1908
(Charles M. Kurtz, Francis Wilson, Stephenson family, Julia S. Kurtz)
4819 44-59 Correspondence, February-March, 1908
(Arthur Stedman, Mrs. L.A. C. Ward, Stephenson family, Charles M. Kurtz)
4819 60-93 Correspondence, April-May, 1908
(Charles M. Kurtz, David Lloyd-John Lane Co., Publishers, Will H. Low, Cornelia Bentley Sage)
4819 94-108 Correspondence, June-July, 1908
(Cornelia Bentley Sage, Charles M. Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4819 109-146 Correspondence, August 1-31, 1908
(Julia Wilder Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Mrs. L. A. C. Ward, Stephenson family)
4819 147-172 Correspondence, September 1-30, 1908
(Julia Wilder Kurtz, Mrs. L.A.C. Ward, Stephenson family)
4819 173-206 Correspondence, October 1-31, 1908
(George F. Kunz, Stephenson family, Julia Wilder Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz)
4819 207-227 Correspondence, November 1-30, 1908
(Julia Wilder Kurtz)
4819 228-271 Correspondence, December 1-31, 1908
(G.L. Berg-Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Wilder Kurtz, Stephenson family)
4819 272-291 Correspondence, January 1-31, 1909
(Joaquin Sorolla-in French, Julia Wilder Kurtz, Charles M. Kurtz, Cornelia B. Sage)
4819 292-309 Correspondence, February 1-23, 1909
(Archer M. Huntington, Charles M. Kurtz, Julia S. Kurtz)
4819 310-331 Correspondence, March 1-10, 1909
(Charles M. Kurtz, Julia Wilder Kurtz, Cornelia Bentley Sage, Stephenson family)
4819 332-346 Correspondence, March 11-20, 1909
(Charles M. Kurtz, Cornelia Bentley Sage, Starkweather family, J. D. Spriggs, E. L. Van Pelt, Halsey C. Ives, Frances R. Wheeler, Ogden Wood)
4819 347-961 Correspondence, March 21, 1909-August 21, 1940
(correspondence in this section is posthumous and consists of many sympathy notes from family and friends on the death of Charles M. Kurtz as well as letters from Cornelia Bentley Sage, acting and later director of the Buffalo Academy of Fine Arts. Also included is correspondence relating to estates in both the Kurtz and Stephenson families and miscellaneous letters to Julia S. Kurtz and her daughters from friends and family.)
4819 965-1007 Correspondence Re: Academy Notes, 1843-1940, undated
(Otto H. Bacher, Alice Barber, J. Jay Barber)
4819 1008-1027 Academy Notes, Be-Br, 1884
(W. H. Beard, J. Carroll Beckwith, Carl C. Breumer)
4819 1028-1060 Academy Notes, Br continued [sic]
(Charles Bridgman, J.B. Bristol, Wm. M. Brown, Jennie Brownscombe, Georgine Campbell, Thomas Carter, J.W. Casilear)
4819 1061-1072 Academy Notes, CAS, 1884
(Cassell & Co.)
4819 1073-1086 Academy Notes, CH-CO, 1884
(Harry Chase, F.S. Church, Thomas B. Clarke, C.W. Conant, Kenyon Cox)
4819 1087-1099 Academy Notes, CR, 1884
(Thomas B. Craig, Bruce Crane, J. F. Cropsey)
4819 1100-1116 Academy Notes, D-E, 1884
(Wm. P. W. Dana, F.S. Dellenbaugh, C.M. Dewey, Sarah P.B. Dodson, C. Harry Eaton)
4819 1117-1134 Academy Notes, F, 1884
(Wm. Bailey Faxon, Henry A. Ferguson, Fred. W. Freer)
4819 1135-1155 Academy Notes, E, 1884
(Edward Gay, Sallie J. Gibbons, W. Hamilton Gibson, R. Swain Gifford, Eliza Greatorex, R.H. Griffin)
4819 1156-1169 Academy Notes, Ha, 1884
(Hamilton Hamilton, C.Y.Turner, Harper & Bros.)
4819 1170-1187 Academy Notes, Hi-Hv, 1884
(Winslow Homer, Thomas Hovenden, Wendell Stanton Howard, Alfred C. Howland, D. Huntington)
4819 1188-1199 Academy Notes, I-J, 1884
(Benoni Irwin, Eastman Johnson, H. Bolton Jones)
4819 1200-1211 Academy Notes, K, 1884
(F.L. Kirkpatrick, Mary Kollock)
4819 1212-1229 Academy Notes, L, 1884
(George C. Lambdin, W.H. Lippincott, Will H. Low, Joseph Lyman)
4819 1230-1248 Academy Notes, Ma-Mc, 1884
(S.R. MacKnight, Montague Marks, Constant Mayer, Jervis McEntee, C.M. McIlhenny)
4819 1249-1257 Academy Notes, Mc, 1884
(Geo. A. McKinstry)
4819 1258-1266 Academy Notes, Me-Mi, 1884
(Gari Melchers, C.H. Miller, Francis Miller)
4819 1267-1281 Academy Notes, Mo, 1884
(J.A.S. Monks, E. Augustus Moore, Edward Moran, Percy Moran, Peter Moran)
4819 1282-1293 Academy Notes, N, 1884
(David Neal, B.H. Nicholls, J.C. Nicoll, Stansbury Norse)
4819 1294-1308 Academy Notes, P, 1884
(Stephen Parrish, Arthur Parton)
4819 1309-1326 Academy Notes, R, 1884
(Arthur Quartley, George D. Rand, G. Reichard, William T. Richards, H.W. Robbins, F. Rondel, P.P. Ruder)
4819 1327-1342 Academy Notes, Sa-Sh, 1884
(William Sartain, Walter Satterlee, F. Schnchardt, R.M. Shurtleff)
4819 1343-1353 Academy Notes, Si-Sp, 1884
(Francis A. Silva, Geo. H. Smillie, T.L. Smith, Wm. L. Sonntag)
4819 1354-1367 Academy Notes, St, 1884
(H.S. Stevenson, G.H. Story, J.B. Sword)
4819 1368-1389 Academy Notes, T, 1884
(Wordsworth Thompson, Virgillo Tojetti, J.M. Tracy, N.H. Trotter, James G. Tyler)
4819 1390-1398 Academy Notes, V, 1884
(C. F. Ulrich, Charles M. Kurtz, R. W. Van Boskerck, J.C. Van Dyke, K. Van Elton)
4819 1399-1411 Academy Notes, Wa, 1884
(Frank Waller, Warren, Fuller & Lange)
4819 1412-1425 Academy Notes, We-Wi, 1884
(J. Alden Weir, J. B. Whittaker, W. Whittredge, Carleton WIggins, Lemuel M. Wiles, John Williamson)
4819 1426-1436 Academy Notes, Wo-Y, 1884
(Geo. B. Wood, Thomas W. Wood, M. Angelo Woolf, C.L. Wright, A.H. Wyant, Geo. H. Yewell)
4819 1437-1453 Academy Notes, A-Bi, 1886
(J. Jay Barbor, Alban Jasper Conant, Pierre Marie Boyle, Albert Bierstadt, Ernest F. Birmingham)
4819 1454-1467 Academy Notes, Bl, 1886
(Edwin Howland Blashfield, Carl Bremer, Hugo Breul, J. R. Brevoort, J. S. Bradley, Charles Bridgman, Wm. B. Butler)
4819 1468-1486 Academy Notes, C, 1886
(Charles C. Curran, Cassell & Co., Carlton T. Chapman, F. S. Church, Thomas B. Clark, Gabrielle D. Clements, Bruce Crane, J. F. Cropsey)

Series 3: Circulars/Requests for Submissions of Works of Art, 1886-1905

This series consists primarily of standardized forms listing the title of the work of art, size, condition of frames, location, catalogue price and insurance value. These were completed by various artists and describe paintings being submitted to exhibitions organized by Charles M. Kurtz. The most extensive group are those that pertain to the 1886 Southern Exposition at Louisville, Kentucky.

The Southern Exposition was visited annually by half a million people from all parts of the country. It offered not only an art exhibition, but also general exhibitions of natural and manufactured products as well as musical concerts. In 1886, a dispute between the directors of the Art Department of the Louisville Exposition and the trustees of the American Art Association regarding the Prize Fund exhibition, created difficulties in obtaining some of the works specified. Consequently, interspersed among the application forms in this subseries are letters that document this altercation.

Application forms for the St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association exhibitions from 1893-1897 and two exhibitions of paintings by the Glasgow School: in 1895 in St. Louis and in 1905 at the Albright Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, are also found in this series. Along with these forms are biographical statements from the artists and descriptive information regarding some of the paintings. Occasionally, as in the case of George I. Seney, works owned and loaned by noted collectors are also listed.

Reel Frames
4820 Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky., 1886
4820 671-718 Artist surnames, A-B
4820 719-753 Artist surnames, C
4820 754-800 Artist surnames, D-E
4820 801-841 Artist surnames, F-G
4820 842-909 Artist surnames, H-J
4820 910-964 Artist surnames, K-L
4820 965-1014 Artist surnames, M-O
4820 1015-1078 Artist surnames, P-R
4820 1079-1165 Artist surnames, S-Z
4820 1168-1178 St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, Miscellaneous, 1893-1897
4820 Glasgow School Exhibition, St. Louis, 1895
4820 1183-1213 Artist surnames, A-K
4820 1214-1235 Artist surnames, L-Z
4820 1236-1263 Glasgow School Exhibition, Buffalo, Albright Art Gallery, 1905

Series 4: Legal Records, 1881-1928

Legal documents in this series include memoranda of agreements between Charles M. Kurtz and various business firms, deeds and related material regarding real estate owned by the Stephenson family, and last wills and testaments of Stephenson family members.

Reel Frames
4820 1268-69 Memorandum of agreement between Charles M. Kurtz and Cassell & Co., for the sale of American Academy Notes
4820 1270 Property Deed, Stephenson family, 1881
4820 1271-74 Copyright for Illustrated Art Notes, National Academy of Design, 1882
4820 1275 Codicil to will of A.T. Stephenson
4820 1276-1280 Memoranda of agreement between Charles M. Kurtz and Moss Engraving Co.
4820 1281-83 Incorporation agreement, American Art Association, Jan. 2, 1885
4820 1284-1293 Memorandum of agreement between American Art Association and the Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky. re: fee for the first Prize Fund Exhibition, 1885
4820 1295-97 Announcement of Prize Fund Exhibition by American Art Association, 1886
4820 1298 Minutes, Southern Exposition, 1886
4820 1300-1303 Act of Incorporation, Boussod-Valadon Co., 1875
4820 1304-1305 Memoranda of Agreement between Committee for Danish Art in America and Charles M. Kurtz for the St. Louis Exposition, May, 1895
4820 1306 Memorandum of agreement between Charles M. Kurtz and Eugene Fischof of Paris, May, 1900
4820 1308-11 Deed of Conveyance, Stephenson Family, 1907
4820 1312-14 Last Will and Testament of Mary A. Stephenson, 1920-24
4820 1315 Contract of purchase for Stephenson house, 1928

Series 5: Financial Material, 1870-1989, undated

This series is arranged into four subseries.

5.1: Inventories and Price Lists of Kurtz's Collections, 1870-1989, undated

Reel Frames
4821 002-48 Account book of coins, July, 1870
4821 049-107 Inventory book--personal possessions, paintings, electroplate designs from 1881-1888 for Academy Notes, library book arrangement, May, 1888
4821 108-131 Inventory book--listing of art owned by Charles M. Kurtz and placement of it within his home, personal possessions contained within trunks and storage boxes, insurance policy, August 1888
4821 132-231 Inventory book--personal possessions of Charles M. Kurtz and storage location, including: paintings, coins and medals, photographs, lantern slides, pottery and porcelain, books by topics, floor plan of Kurtz apartment at 100 W. 78 Street, New York City, January 1, 1898
4821 232-233 Inventory listing assets of D. B. Kurtz Estate, January 1, 1898
4821 234-242 Appraisal of the Charles M. Kurtz estate, April 7, 1909
4821 243-251 Inventory and valuation of paintings sold at auction, February 24, 1910
4821 252-270 Inventory of the Kurtz Collection--listing by Isabel Kurtz of art purchased between 1904-1908 and place of purchase, circa 1904-1908
4821 271 Inventory of Kurtz Collection--notes by Isabel Kurtz, 1902-1910
4821 272-273 List of paintings owned by Charles M. Kurtz and stored in the St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, 1900-05
4821 274-276 List of medals and plaques lent by Charles M. Kurtz to the Albright Art Gallery, 1907
4821 277-280 List of paintings actually sold at Charles M. Kurtz estate sale (not bought by Mrs. Kurtz), 1910
4821 281-283 List of paintings in the Charles M. Kurtz collection and date acquired
4821 284-286 Prices from the Charles M. Kurtz estate sale, [February 24, 1910]
4821 287 Prices of paintings bought in by Mrs. C.M. Kurtz
4821 288-90 Inventory of paintings in Kurtz home, Sept. 27, 1910 [rewritten by Isabel Kurtz, c. 1980s]
4821 291 Inventory notes by Isabel Kurtz, 1989
4821 292 Appraisal of paintings in Kurtz collection, 1977
4821 293-307 List of paintings in Kurtz house and in storage, 1980-1986 with list of 19 transparencies

5.2: Ledgers, 1877-1909

Reel Frames
4821 310-368 Ledger-list of paintings offered for sale by Charles M. Kurtz with record of provenance, 1877-1909
4821 369-401 Financial Ledger containing information on paintings by Glasgow School, 1884-1909
4821 402-439 Financial Ledger "Charles M. Kurtz in Account with Catalogue Sales-Art Gallery" re: Southern Exposition at Louisville, Ky.--records of receipts from daily admissions, catalogue sales, and pictures sold; record of pictures sold to the Kentucky Polytechnic Society in 1883, and to individuals in 1884-1886, 1883-1886
4821 440-445 Letter from Secretary of American Art Association, Katharine Timpson re: error in statement of method for Prize Fund picture selection, October 29, 1885

5.3: Art Related Expenses, 1884-1919, undated

Reel Frames
4821 446-485 Art related expenses--miscellaneous receipts for expenses, pictures purchased, insurance values, estimate of repairs for frames and conservation by James Kelly; statement of sales of Glasgow pictures, undated, 1884-1919
4821 486-493 Art related expenses--promissary notes, list of miscellaneous pictures and valuations
4821 494-509 Art related expenses--receipts for pictures and purchases of decorative arts objects, 1890-1893
4821 510-523 Art related expenses, 1894
4821 524-546 Art related expenses--custom receipts, Glasgow and Danish School paintings, 1895
4821 547-601 Art related expenses--notes on buyers at Stewart sale, 1898 with purchase prices; amended estimate of account necessary for Department of Fine Arts, U.S. Commission to Paris Exposition of 1900, 1896-1899
4821 602-638 Art related expenses--list of Charles M. Kurtz pictures stored in St. Louis Art Museum with purchase date and price, insurance valuation and crate location list, 1900-1905
4821 639-661 Art related expenses--insurance policy, 1906-1910

5.4: Miscellaneous Expenses, 1880-1948, undated

Reel Frames
4821 662-679 Miscellaneous expenses--notebook mislabeled "Private Picture Business" is list of personal household possessions and supplies, undated
4821 682-707 Miscellaneous expenses--travel expense accounts, undated
4821 708-724 Miscellaneous expenses--estimates, receipts, lists of books and personal possessions, undated
4821 725-743 Miscellaneous expenses--accounts for personal living expenses, undated
4821 744-774 Miscellaneous expenses--invoice statements by Charles M. Kurtz listing articles he wrote for New York Tribune, 1880
4821 775-792 Miscellaneous expenses--invoices for engravings for American Academy Notes, 1881
4821 793-835 Miscellaneous expenses--nvoices for Academy Notes and New York Tribune with clippings of some articles written by Charles M. Kurtz interspersed, 1882
4821 836-871 Miscellaneous expenses--invoices for Academy Notes and for miscellaneous items, 1883-1885
4821 872-893 Miscellaneous expenses--notebook labeled "Catalogue Sales" and "The Art Gallery, Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.," and invoices, 1886-1890
4821 894-927 Miscellaneous expenses, 1891
4821 928-962 Miscellaneous expenses, 1892
4821 963-978 Miscellaneous expenses, 1893
4821 979-1000 Miscellaneous expenses--financial statement, "Expense of Bringing Foreign Paintings to Exposition," 1895, and invoices, 1894-1896
4821 1000-1029 Miscellaneous expenses, 1897
4821 1030-1041 Miscellaneous expenses--miscellaneous travel receipts, 1898-1899
4821 1042-1075 Miscellaneous expenses--receipts from Paris trip, 1900
4821 1076-1087 Miscellaneous expenses, 1901
4821 1088-1118 Miscellaneous expenses--expense accounts for travel on behalf of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1902-1905
4821 1119-1134 Miscellaneous expenses--invoice for cash advanced for the First Annual Exhibition of American Artists, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1906-1909
4821 1135-1173 Miscellaneous expenses, 1908
4821 1174-1187 Miscellaneous expenses, 1909-1948
4821 398-516 Annotated checklist and catalogue of estate sale of Charles M. Kurtz collection with some prices

Series 6: Diaries, 1894-1901

For an individual as precise and meticulous as Kurtz was, this seems to be an unusually incomplete series. It consists of only five small books that record his activities for parts of only four years: 1894, 1897, 1899, and 1901. Kurtz himself gives an explanation for the lack of any diaries that date from before his marriage. In a letter, probably written in October, 1885, to his new bride, Julia Stephenson Kurtz, he writes "...our trunks have been broken open. My coins are gone. Diaries and memoranda books gone and nearly everything not destroyed seems to be ruined..."

Reel Frames
4822 001-034 Diaries, March 10-May 6, 1894
(daily log of Charles M.Kurtz's trip abroad from March 10 to May 6, 1894; his activities in Gibraltar, Tangier, Cadiz, Seville, Cordova, Grenada, Madrid, Toledo, Barcelona, Naples, and Rome are described in detail; daily expenses are also recorded)
4822 035-142 Diaries, January 1-December 31, 1897
(daily account of Charles M. Kurtz's family life in New York City including the final illness and death of his eldest daughter and a chronicle of his own health problems; also entries describing their activities on a trip abroad to Scotland, France, Belgium and Amsterdam)
4822 143-165 Diaries, February 1-March 24, 1899
(some entries are labeled with headings, including: Century Club, Lotos "Saturday Night," Private View of T.B. Clarke pictures, Architectural League reception, Water Color Society reception, Whitlaw Reid Dinner at the Lotos Club, Reception at Franzen's to Bessie Potter, T. B. Clarke sale, Architectural League meeting, The Havemeyer Sale, Sons of Revolution Dinner with S.P.Avery, and Lotos Club Art Reception; also a synopsis of Kurtz's account, February 1899, with Reid Northrop for expert examination and purchases)
4822 166-178 Diaries, March, 1899
(entries labeled: Dinner Architectural League and Sculpture Society; and Society of American Artists Reception)
4822 179-202 Diaries, January 1-March 10, 1901
(functions as daily calendar of activities and expenses, no exposition; entries labeled: Dinner Arts Club; Watercolor "Stag" reception; Watercolor reception Arts Club; Dinner Architectural League; Zorn Exhibition, "Tea" Arts Club; Eastman Johnson Dinner at Lotos Club)
4822 424-425 Miscellaneous Diary Pages, undated [after 1893]
(notations regarding Glasgow School artists)

Series 7: Notes and Writings, 1872-1980, undated

Perhaps because of his peripatetic lifestyle, Charles Kurtz kept very precise records. Included in this series are various types of lists, both personal and professional, as well as notes to himself. Drafts and fragments of lectures and his play The Millennium and his two comic operas, The Aldermen of Manhattan and The Cannibals! are also found within this series. Among the most interesting writings pertaining to the art world are the artist address lists, which are also broken down according to studio buildings (the Tenth Street Studio Building, the Sherwood, the Rembrandt, and the Y.M.C.A.), lists of artist models, dealers, and editors and detailed diagrams for the installation of the Glasgow School exhibition.

A notebook belonging to Charles M. Kurtz and now owned by Yale University was loaned to the Archives for microfilming. Reel 4912 requires permission from Yale University in order to quote, publish or reproduce. It contains about a fifty page history of art in Scotland and the Glasgow School written by Kurtz in 1891 and revised in 1895.

Reels 4822-4823 contain the bulk of his writings, however miscellaneous pieces (and references to them) can also be found in some of his letters, particularly to his wife.

Reel Frames
4812 56 Poem sent to Proctor and Gamble Co. on Ivory Soap
Reel Frames
4813 794-797 Poem written about the German steamship, Columbia
Reel Frames
4816 953 Poem To My Departed Kidney, Oct. 27, 1899
4816 1017 Poem Les� Majestie, Dec. 22, 1899
Reel Frames
4817 1003-1006 Excerpts from Hans Christian Anderson, Robert Southey, in Charles M. Kurtz's hand
Reel Frames
4818 858 Verses describing food aboard ship
Reel Frames
4822 209-214 Wedding invitation list
4822 215-16 U.S. addresses of family and friends, undated
4822 217 Paris addresses
4822 218-230 Lists of artists, art administrators, dignitaries and collectors written on Columbian Exposition stationery
4822 231 Membership list of the "Tabard"
4822 232-33 List of New York Newspapers
4822 Address books re: distribution of catalogues, undated
(4 vols.)
4822 234-240 Distribution list for [the Crabbe?] catalogue
4822 241 Writings, address books, artists, undated
4822 242-246 New York artists address list
4822 247-274 Address books, "Book of the Artists" and index of artists and their addresses, undated
4822 275-341 Address book with addresses for artist models and sightseeing list, "New York for Visitors,," 1873 [and later]
4822 343-423 Address books, 1881 [and later], 1881-1883
(8 vols.)
(includes artists directory, 1881; personal expenses, Feb. 2-Dec. 31, 1883; lists of artists by studio location; circulars sent, 1883; personal expenses [some entries by Mrs. Charles M. Kurtz]; contents of "little Paris trunk" and others; advertising, 1882; copies [of catalogues?] sent, 1881)
4822 427-478 Address books, 1896
(New York addresses of art dealers and art editors)
4822 483-502 Miscellaneous memo pages containing Glasgow entries, circa 1894-1905
4822 503-520 Note fragments, undated
(miscellaneous notes regarding lectures, short story, medication schedule, theater)
4822 521-525 Notes on art, undated
(exhibition schedules)
4822 526-541 Notes, undated
(gallery plans - exhibition installations - for J.G. Brown, Glasgow School, Klackner's Gallery exhibitions; plan for "An Ideal City;" sketch for bookcases)
4822 542-567 Notes on art, undated
(lists of artists and their work; list of works from the Paris Salon desired by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; list of drawings not catalogued but for sale with prices; sculptors list; unidentified installation diagram and corresponding key to works of art for [1893 Chicago World's Fair]; list of D. F. Hasbrouck paintings)
4822 568-596 Notes on art, undated
(list of artists, paintings, and their addresses; draft for biographical sketches of Montesquieu, Massillon, G.W. Morrison, Nicola Masschall)
4822 597-606 Notes, 1884-1890
(fragments; list of books; list of paintings with prices)
4822 607-642 Notebook, 1891
(miscellaneous notes on characteristics of the French; expenses for the World's Columbian Exposition, 1865; letter to a relative; genealogy of Charles M. Kurtz's family; sketches for Prix de Rome competition; diary entry on London trip; unfilmed poem draft The Cannibals! An Original Comic Opera)
4822 643-669 Notes, ca 1893
(miscellaneous notations written on World's Columbian Exposition stationery; drafts for lectures or articles)
4822 670-676 Notes, circa 1893
(lists of artist names)
4822 677-699 Notes, 1893
(incomplete gallery lists; Chicago Exposition notations concerning the size of the main building and space allotted to various countries)
4822 700-702 Notes, 1893
(gallery floor plans with square footage for Fine Arts Building, Palace of Fine Arts, Chicago Exposition)
4822 703-708 Notes, 1894
(weight list for Glasgow and Danish paintings, lists of artists and works for St. Louis Exposition)
4822 709-714 Notes, St. Louis Exposition hanging plans, 1894
(hanging plans for art gallery: numbered diagrams for placement of paintings and for the Water Color Gallery)
4822 715-725 Note, St. Louis Exposition diagrams and exhibition plans, 1895
(diagrams for placement of paintings including those by the Glasgow School and American artists)
4822 726-730 Notes, 1896
(diagrams for the American and Glasgow paintings exhibited in Art Gallery at St. Louis Exposition)
4822 731-736 Notes, gallery plans for St. Louis Exposition, 1897
(diagrams for placement of paintings with identifying numbers but no corresponding key)
4822 737-738 Shipping and storage information, St. Louis Exposition, 1897
4822 739-748 Notes, 1898-1899
(catalogue data, 1898, and miscellaneous artists biographies)
4822 749-752 Notes, circa 1900
(list of nations and types of art contributed to 1876 Centennial vs. World's Fair, 1900)
4822 753-757 Notes, circa 1901
(proposal for selling picture "The Castelane Scheme")
4822 758-763 Notes, 1904-circa 1909
(list of artists and assignments re: Louisiana Purchase Exposition; list of masterworks; personal medical notations)
4822 764-775 Notes by Isabel Kurtz, circa 1980
(list of Glasgow School paintings at St. Louis Exposition, 1895, and subsequent exhibitions thru 1906 with bibliography)
4822 793-1337 Notes and writings, 1872, undated
(drafts of lectures: Art and the Nations, The Influence of the Fine Arts, and Art: Its, Evolution, Influence, and Mission; fragments of writings for The Tribune; Bunco Picture Dealing; notes on history of coin collecting; L'Art Nouveau, The Irresponsible in Art; General Art Notes; Christ Before Pilot; Christ on Calvary; The Collectors Club with the Bric-a-Brac Club; draft, information for visitors to the United States section; The Metropolitan Museum on the Question of Sunday Opening; English Stately Homes; miscellaneous notations on foreign paintings with comments; Some Art Talk; The First Exhibition of the Society of American Artists; poem, L'Envoy; draft of account of Kurtz's trip to Italy, 1881; Kind Words, The American Art Union; untitled draft on American architecture and national characteristics; Extract from Semple letter on Protective Art Society; What Is Art?; lecture course for 1892-93, St Louis Museum of Art; Art In St. Louis, 1898 (signed Stuart MacDonald); art building exhibit space; poem to Zolnay; list of names of commissioners from foreign countries; The St. Louis World's Fair of 1904 - lecture; Department of Art Awards to Exhibitors; text for informational circulars to artists)
4822 1340 Miscellaneous notes and writings, 1872-1908, undated
( My Last Day in Paris; Garfield's Assassination; The "Company" in a Clock; creative writing exercises; The Reviewer; A Strange Interview; Thurlow Weed editorial; The Stone Fort Club; The Festive Microbes (signed Ch. Breve); A Brave Little Soldier, A Story of War Time; The Chimpanzee and the Ass, A Fable; The Three Blind Mice, A Sermon; A Month in Massachusetts; The Artist and the Philanthropists, - - short story)
Reel Frames
4823 1-249 Miscellaneous Writings, 1872-1908, undated
(miscellaneous poems, untitled and Will H. Low; Madame Quarante-neuf; Before the Beginning; The Banker Prince; Good News; To A Lady Singing in a Church Choir; A Greeting; War's Newest Terror; Trumpet Calls; (C. A. Price) An Ode Owed to Mr. C. M. Kurtz by J. F. Riley; The Life of Adam notebook; Selections from Original Poems, New York, 1877; undated list of questions and answers about an impending election and the outlook for the Republican Party in Pennsylvania; Prophetic Spirits - draft of a report on spiritualist meeting; New York, 1880; The Aldermen of Man-hat-tan, An Original Comic Opera; The Cannibals! An Original Comic Opera - typescript and 1892 libretto; miscellaneous poems by Charles M. Kurtz)
4823 223-224 Poem [untitled], August 9, 1889
(written in Charles M. Kurtz's hand, possibly a reflection of his personal situation: "I think you're wrong for letters, you're in debt")
4823 267-268 Smythe's Song from Charles M. Kurtz's comic opera, The Cannibals

Series 8: Scrapbooks, 1878-1909

The scrapbooks that Charles M. Kurtz compiled over the course of his life form an overview of his professional career. Beginning with his early writings on art and continuing with reviews and clippings of exhibitions and expositions that he was involved with, the scrapbooks highlight Kurtz's various activities in the art world.

Reel Frames
4823 253-337 Scrapbook I, 1878-1882
(1878-1879 clippings from The Courant, The Guardian and other regional newspapers, primarily written by Charles M. Kurtz; miscellaneous loose clippings and reviews; "Art Notes" in The Tribune by Charles M. Kurtz beginning October 8, 1882)
4823 338-412 Scrapbook II: "Southern Expos., 1885-86" (sic), [1885-88]
(clippings and memorabilia relating to the Southern Exposition at Louisville, Kentucky; clippings from various newspapers of Kurtz's art columns; reviews of exhibitions curated by Kurtz; Exposition Advance Book; reviews of Christ Before Pilot travelling exhibition)
4823 413-492 Scrapbook III, The Star, , Feb. 24, 1889-May 14, 1889
(list of articles contributed to The Star, with publication dates; clippings of articles that appeared in The Star)
4823 493-577 Scrapbook IV, The Star, , August 26, 1889-April 29, 1890
(articles contributed to The Star)
4823 578-611 Scrapbook V, 1891
(articles contributed to The World, The New York Recorder, New York Truth, The Times)
4823 612-695 Scrapbook VI, 1890-1891
(articles contributed to The Star)
4823 696-739 Scrapbook VII, 1891-1894
(articles contributed to Chicago Evening Post; 1894 articles for the New York Herald; The New York Times; 1891-1893 articles for The Chicago Graphic; miscellaneous artists biographies found in scrapbook; 1894 articles for The Graphic)
4823 740-771 Scrapbook VIII, 1893-1894
(St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association clippings and memorabilia)
4823 772-812 Scrapbook IX, 1895
(St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association memorabilia; clippings of Glasgow School and Danish School)
4823 813-910 Scrapbook X, 1905-1906
(1905 dedication of The Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York and related clippings and memorabilia, 1905-1906 including accounts of controversies between Charles M. Kurtz and the Carnegie Institute and the Metropolitan Museum of Art; issue of Die Werkstatt der Kunst in German)
4823 001-037 Scrapbook XI, 1907-1908
(clippings of reviews of modern German Art exhibition and subsequent discussions on sales of duty free pictures; issue of Die Werkstatt der kunst in German; reviews of work by Genjiro Yeto, F. Hopkinson Smith; clippings and reviews relating to exhibitions at the Albright Art Gallery including French Impressionists, Photo-Pictorialists, Hugh H. Breckinridge, Timothy Cole, Harrington Mann; and clippings related to the controversy on museums functioning as picture dealers)
Reel Frames
4824 038-103 Scrapbook XII, 1908-1909
(clippings and reviews relating to exhibitions and events at the Albright Art Gallery including Howard Russell Butler, Photographs of Native American Indians by Edward B. Curtis, Antonio Corsi visit, pictures by Buffalo women, Edmund C. Tarbell, Childe Hassam, F.K.M. Rehn, Wm. M. Chase, Ignacio Zuloaga, lectures by Kurtz on Wm. M. Chase, James Whistler, Spanish art; letter, in Spanish, from J. Sorolla y Bastida, and obituaries for Charles M. Kurtz)

Series 9: Printed Material, 1873-1990, undated

The majority of printed material can be found on microfilm reels numbered 4824 and 4825. However the correspondence does contain some individual articles that were enclosed in letters. These miscellaneous items are listed preceding the majority of the printed matter on the aforementioned two reels. Some duplicates of the catalogs found in this series were not filmed.

Reel Frames
4807 1238-1242 Clippings reviewing Munkacsy exhibition, 1886
4807 1315-1319 Clippings regarding Munkacsy exhibition, 1886
Reel Frames
4808 760-64 Description of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilot" from the illustrated handbook that accompanied the exhibition, 1886
4808 796-797 Description of Munkacsy's companion picture, "Christ on Calvary"
4808 900-902 Checklist of the Charles M. Kurtz Collection loaned for exhibition at "The Sketch Club,," 1887
4808 1208-09 Ticket for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary" exhibition
4808 1249-1255 Catalogue/checklist for Jervis McEntee sale at Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, March, 1888
4808 1423-26 Illustrations and announcement for National Academy Notes, 1888
4808 1427 Biographical account of the American cattle painter, Mrs. Emily J. Lakey
Reel Frames
4809 15 Illustrated postcard "Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States at Cincinnati,," 1888
4809 29 Review of exhibition by Emily Lakey
4809 263-265 Review of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate"
4809 266 Obituary of Carl Brenner
4809 300-302 Checklist for sale of paintings collected by Kurtz and Sedelmeyer
4809 380 Flyer from St. Louis Exposition, Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809 470 3 cards illustrated with pictures from firm Redheffer & Koch, Art Dealers
4809 596 Review of novel
4809 599, 709 Card of admittance for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary" and "Christ Before Pilate"
4809 736 Description of Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary-The Moral Show"
4809 740 Exhibition brochure for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809 801 Invitation to Nashville exhibition of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate"
4809 802 Kinney Tobacco Company cards with illustrations of military uniforms
4809 811 Flyer from Cleveland exhibition of Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809 865-866 Press clipping, advertisement and flyer for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809 1164 Invitation to open studio at "The Mendelssohn"
4809 1203-1206 "Mrs. Lakey's Picture," review and related essay by Charles M. Kurtz
4809 1223-24 Check list of Erwin Davis sale annotated with sale prices
4809 1288 Specimen illustration from "Academy Notes: Harmony" by Hamilton Hamilton
4809 1311-1313 3 specimen illustrations from "Academy Notes" by Louis Moeller and Walter Satterlee
4809 1322 Poem from The Star "Old Masters,," April 12, 1889
4809 1290-1292 Lyrics by Charles M. Kurtz for his "Comic Opera"
Reel Frames
4812 939 Newspaper article "No J. G. Brown's at the Columbian Fair," Herald, Feb. 2, 1893
4812 1065-66 Newspaper article "By American Artists, Glorious Collection for the Fair," Chicago Herald, 1893
4812 1161 Newspaper article "Almost Forgotten Artists" [account of Kurtz's lecture], Dispatch, March 19, 1893
Reel Frames
4813 75-76 Invitation and ticket of admission to Uruguayan exhibit, World's Columbian Exposition
4813 490 Sheet music, Bending o'er a Cradle Low lyrics by Lydia Avery Coonley who corresponded with Charles M. Kurtz
4813 546-550 Invitation and related material for Knights Templar Charity Ball, Illinois Masons, December 12, 1894
4813 604-606 Catalogue, M. Knoedler & Co., Paintings by Robert W. Van Boskerck, 1894
4813 1097-1098 Newspaper clippings on miners strike, 1894
4813 1130 Newspaper clippings on legal case handled by L.T. Kurtz
4813 1186 Newspaper clipping on mob incident in Colorado, 1894
4813 1218 Obituary for William Semple, art patron from Louisville, Ky.
4813 1386-87 Announcement for The Art Institute of Chicago's Seventh Annual Exhibition, 1894
4813 1410 Card listing members of the American Committee of the Statue of Liberty
4813 1413-14 Exhibitor's ticket, St. Louis Exposition, 1894
Reel Frames
4814 51-52 Invitation to the Annual Reception of the Art Institute of Chicago, October 29, 1894
4814 163 List of cantatas published by the John Church Co., Cincinnati
4814 165-167 Program and tickets for The University of Chicago Convocation, 1895
4814 206 Schedule for afternoon lecture series, Art Institute of Chicago, 1895
4814 316 Invitation to exhibition opening for American Institute of Architects, 1895
4814 686 Clipping re: broken speed record for Pittsburg & Lake Erie line, July, 1895
4814 969 Clipping, Kentucky Women's Board of Commissioners for the Atlanta Exposition, circa Nov. 1895
4814 1354-57 Invitation and checklist for Exhibition of Pictures in Oil and Water Colors Pittsburgh, Pa., April, 1896
4814 1366 Cartoon, "The X-Ray, McKinley, No Use Talking...," undated
4814 1367 Clipping, biography of J.W. Beatty, undated
Reel Frames
4815 59 Clippings: "The Macmonnies Fountain," "A World's Fair Scandal,," circa May, 1896
4815 309-310 Brochure: "Directions For Securing Copyrights"
4815 1195-1196 Clippings, "St. Louis Coliseum Proposition Carried"
4815 1206 Clippings, "Art-George Moore," "Society of American Artists,," 1897
4815 1314-1317 Checklist, "Collection of Paintings by Mrs. Charles Herbert Woodbury and Mrs. Marcia Oakes Woodbury" and "Svend Svendsen and Sidney Richmond Burleigh," St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, 1898
Reel Frames
4816 19 Clipping, "Criterion Writers Quarrel," circa 1898
4816 527-8 Program description, Saint Louis School of Fine Arts, circa 1898
4816 821 Invitation, St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts exhibition, "Pastels by Frank Reaugh and Drawings by American artists, lent by Charles M. Kurtz,," circa Dec. 1899
4816 914 Clipping, "Art at the Exposition," St. Louis Dispatch, Sept. 9th, 1899
4816 926 Announcement for "The Dewey Reception" by the National Sculpture Society
4816 974 Announcement for meeting of National Sculpture Society honoring Thomas Ball, November, 1899
4816 991-992 Announcement of scheduled lectures for St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts, 1899
4816 1150 Miscellaneous non-art related clippings from New York Times, circa April 1900
4816 1154 Announcement for annual meeting of Municipal Art Society of New York, April 30, 1900
4816 1190 Clipping from New York Herald, Paris edition, "At the United States Embassy, Great Reception Given...," circa 1899-1900
4816 1213-1216 Application and rules and regulations for space at the St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, 1900
4816 1296 Clippings, unidentified, with account of trip to Europe by Cornelia B. Sage, Director of Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, circa Oct. 1914
4816 1308 Clippings, unidentified obituaries for art patron and poet B.W. Woodward, of Lawrence, Kansas, circa October 1900, undated
4816 1319 Invitation to exhibition opening, New York Water Color Club, November 9, 1900
Reel Frames
4817 12 Printed statement by John Ruskin "All Works of Taste (must bear a price...),," circa 1901
4817 43-44 Invitation to Architectural League of New York exhibition, February 16, 1901
4817 52-54 Checklist for the Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists, Jan. 10-24, 1901
4817 55-57 Checklist, special Exhibition of Early English Portraits, Book Bindings and Drawings from the McCormick, Lehmann, St. Louis Museum and Keppel & Co. collections
4817 183-184 Commencement invitation and program, Amherst College, 1901
4817 201 Invitation to press view of pan American Exposition, 1901
4817 344 Proclamation by President William McKinley establishing the Louisiana Purchase International Exposition, August 20, 1901
4817 397-399 Promotional material for Henry Romeike's clipping service, 1901
4817 485-489 Circular of information re: the Department of Art, The Louisiana Purchase exhibition, circa 1901
4817 642 Clipping about Russian painter, Vassili Vassilitch Verestchagin, February 17, 1902
4817 795 Clipping, "The St. Louis Exhibition,," July 22, 1902
4817 876-879 Invitation to National Sculpture Society's "Exhibition of Flowers and Sculpture,," November, 1902
4817 929-933 Promotional material, Henry Romeike Press Cutting Bureau, 1902
4817 973 Clipping, "Emblem of St. Louis Fair," The World, November 26, 1902
4817 1031 Clipping, "The National Academy of Design Exhibition,," January 6, 1903
4817 1162-1164 Promotional flyer for the American Art Annual, 1903
Reel Frames
4818 112 Clipping "Art and Artists" from The Globe and Commercial Advertiser, Nov. 22, 1904
4818 175 Clipping, "European Art Boycott," unidentified, December 13, 1904
4818 288 Clipping, "A Few Cold Facts About Buffalo," from Buffalo Evening News, circa February, 1905
4818 467 Clipping, "Henry Wolf Honored," from The Boston Globe, May 15, 1905
Reel Frames
4819 499 Clipping, "Sorolla at the Spanish Museum" and "Three Buffalo Books," unidentified, 1909
Reel Frames
4824 Exposition material, 1884-1904, undated
4824 109-167 Southern Exposition, 1885
4824 World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
4824 171-185 Miscellaneous printed memorabilia, 1893, undated
4824 186-197 The Chicago World's Fair by Joel Cook
4824 198-204 Department of Fine Arts, "Circular No. 3,," 1892
4824 205-206 "A Leader and Teacher" [Halsey C. Ives], from The Art Folio
4824 207-223 Miscellaneous printed matter
4824 224-228 "The World's Fair and Industrial Art" by Alfred T. Goshorn from The Engineering Magazine, 1893
4824 233-242 "General Art Comments" [on World's Fair at Chicago] from Current Art & Architecture, 1893
4824 243-249 General Information, Department of Fine Arts, 1893
4824 258-306 World's Columbian Exposition, [priced], 1893
4824 307-400 Official World's Columbian Exposition [illustrated, with corrections], 1893
4824 401-514 World's Columbian Exposition, Revised Catalogue Department of Fine Arts, 1893 with dedication to [Charles Ward] "Rhodes"
4824 515-528 Loan Collection Foreign Masterpieces Owned in the United States, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
4824 529-533 World's Columbian Exposition, Massachusetts Fine Art Exhibit [annotated], 1893,
4824 534-538 Exhibits of the State of New York at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
4824 542-547 The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 3, Jan. 29, 1894
4824 548-551 The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 5, Feb. 12, 1894
4824 552-555 The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 11, March 26, 1894
4824 556-557 The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 12, April 2, 1894
4824 St. Louis Expositions, 1894-1904
4824 558-589 Miscellaneous printed matter
4824 569-572 Magazine clipping, "St. Louis Art Exhibition," The Arts , Vol. III. No. 4, Oct. 1894
4824 577-580 "The Great St. Louis Fair!" Suburban Home Journal, Vol. IX, No. I, Sept., 1895
4824 581-583 Magazine article from, St. Louis Life [Glasgow School], Sept., 1895
4824 588 Magazine article from St. Louis Life, Oct., 1895
4824 589-590 Promotional brochure, St. Louis Exposition
4824 591-604 Printed Exposition material and applications
4824 603-656 Catalogue of the Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices and purchasers of pictures; diagram of installation], 1894
4824 657-724 Catalogue of the Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices], 1895
4824 725-793 Art Department Catalogue, Saint Louis Exposiiton [annotated], 1896
4824 794-864 Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices], 1897
4824 865-930 Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition, 1898
4824 931-989 Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition, 1899
4824 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904
4824 Brochure on conditions governing the design of an official emblem for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
4824 998-1000 Map and related information on Louisiana Purchase Exposition
4824 1008-1017 Circulars of Information Including the Classification and Rules and Regulations of the Department of Art
4824 1018-1043 Miscellaneous printed matter
4824 1021-1025 Circular No. 2 to Artists Eligible to Exhibit in The United States Section
4824 1044-1116 Universal Exposition, Illustrated Handbook
Reel Frames
4825 001-79 Handbooks: Regulations Governing the Division of Exhibits of the Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904 Universal Exposition, Saint Louis, 1904, General Regulations; Rules and Regulations; Rules and Regulations Governing the System of Awards; Information Concerning Admission of Duty Free Exhibits, Quarantine of Animals, Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights
4825 Exhibitions, Kurtz Collection and Estate, 1883-1990, undated
4825 83-396 Miscellaneous exhibition catalogues: also includes checklists of shows of individual artists, museums, clubs including exhibitions of Charles M. Kurtz's personal collection
4825 397-537 Annotated checklist and catalogue of Charles M. Kurtz estate sale; miscellaneous catalogues
4825 Printed Material, 1873-1990, undated
4825 540-978 Miscellaneous printed material: artwork for Academy Notes [NAD]; announcements, invitations, promotional material for M. de Munkacsy's Christ Before Pilot; articles on St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts; Ladies Art Association; The American Art Association; annual reports; programs; invitations (e.g. Art Institute of Chicago, Saint Louis Museum, The Japan Society, London); circulars, Paris Exposition of 1900; Academy Notes [Buffalo Fine Arts Academy], 1909
4825 979-992 posthumous printed tributes to and biographical sketches of the life of Charles M. Kurtz from Academy Notes, The Washington-Jeffersonian and Yale Center for British Art ["Charles M. Kurtz and the Glasgow School"], 1990
4825 Miscellaneous Clippings, 1882-1931, undated
4825 995-1075 Clippings include: biographical sketches of Charles M. Kurtz; articles on duty on art; biographical sketches and reviews of Joaquin Sorolla; pages from unidentified French Salon catalogue; reviews of American Academy Notesand The Art Union; press notices from "The Prize Fund Exhibition"; reviews of art exhibitions and related events at the Columbian exposition; St. Louis Exposition; Glasgow exhibitions; opening of Albright Gallery
4825 Calling Cards, undated
4825 1078-1133 Friends, family, associates
4825 1136-1147 Artists

Series 10: Photographs, 1898-1990

The photographs in this series may be divided into two types: personal photographs of and by Charles M. Kurtz and photographs that record paintings in his collection or exhibitions that he administered. After his death, Kurtz was eulogized as being an early pioneer in the new art form of photography. His interest surfaces in letters written particularly in the 1890s. His associate, Charles Ward Rhodes, asks Kurtz's advice on things such as equipment, and indicates that Kurtz was considered knowledgeable on these subjects. In correspondence, Kurtz himself offers to send shipboard companions photographs he has taken. Very few photographs are identified as being taken by Kurtz. Many other photographs are most probably by him but not identified as such.

Photographs of Kurtz, his family, friends, professional colleagues and artists, include Wm. B�uguereau, Halsey C. Ives, Chas. H. Miller, Henry W. Ranger, F.K.M. Rehn, Chas. W. Rhodes, [Harry W.?] Watrous, and Charles Morris Young. Some identifications and other annotations are included with the photographs.

Reel Frames
4816 374 Snapshot, taken by Charles M. Kurtz, of Niagra Falls, Sept. 4, 1898
4816 784-5 Snapshot, New Bronze Gallery at St. Louis Expo., May, 1899
Reel Frames
4817 1361 Snapshot of Joseph C. Spriggs, friend of Charles M. Kurtz, April, 1904
Reel Frames
4825 1152-1247 Charles Kurtz, family, friends, artists and professional colleagues, undated
Reel Frames
4826 1-342 Paintings in the Kurtz collection arranged alphabetically by artist, undated
4826 Architecture and exhibitions/expositions, undated
4826 352-405 Scotland, Louisiana Purchase Exposition grounds and art gallery installation, undated
4826 406-411 Yale Center for British Art exhibition "The Glasgow School: The Charles M. Kurtz Collection" installation photographs, 1990
4826 412-414 Miscellaneous installation photographs of exhibitions, NAD [?] and Charles A. Green Gallery

Series 11: Photographs of Works Of Art, undated

This series consists of oversized photographs of works of art and some original art work that Kurtz accummulated between circa 1876-1902. This material is in the Washington D.C. storage facility of the Archives of American Art and can be accessed by appointment only.

Reel Frames
unfilmed Portrait of Grimes by Matthew Jouett
unfilmed Portrait of Carlyle

Series 12: Miscellany, undated

This material consists of printed matter that was received after the collection was filmed, original letters and fragments that were badly scorched in a fire and could not be filmed, a letter-press book of correspondence by D.B. Kurtz and the glass plate negatives for portrait photographs of Julia and Charles Kurtz that were copied and filmed in Series X. Glass plate negatives are housed separately and closed to researchers.

Reel Frames
unfilmed Miscellany
(2 glass plate negatives housed in MGP 4)
MGP 4 Glass Plate Negatives
2 Glass negatives

Index: List of Illustrated Letters

  • American Art Association galleries with Dutch fireplace: AAA 4805 (1345) letter from CMK to Julia Stephenson, Dec. 17, 1884 by CMK, with extensive description of galleries at Six East Twenty-third Street (Madison Square South, entrance on B'way).
  • Portrait of Charles M. Kurtz, 1884 by Julia Stephenson: AAA 4805 (1409) end of year note with illustration
  • Self-Portrait (caricature) of Charles M. Kurtz, undated, as signature on brief letter to Julia W. Kurtz: AAA 4804 (394)
  • Holiday banner of cherubs on 1884 letter by Julia S. to CMK: AAA 4805 (1414)
  • Anonymous portrait, pencil sketch, circa 1877: AAA 4804 (753)
  • Pencil drawing of train "The Next Station is New Castle:" AAA 4804 (783)
  • Floor plan of Detroit house of Col. Crowell: AAA 4804 (1152) (Col Crowell was brother-in-law of a Mr. Elwood of the Wayne Co. National Bank. Kurtz says he "lives in probably the finest house in Detroit. I never saw more elegant or more beautiful furnishing. It is really finer than that in the Power's establishment in Rochester! 3 page description follows of the furnishings: carved woodwork, stained glass etc. also mentions he went to see "an artist named Melchers with Bacher")
  • Pencil sketch by Julia Stephenson of herself "pulling" CMK's wiskers: AAA 4804 (1235), November 23, 1883 letter, page 9
  • Post card sketch "The Boy That Did As He Pleased," Dec. 1883 by CMK to Julia Stephenson, sketch of cow & boy in meadow: AAA 4804 (1238)
  • Caricature of CMK by himself as signature on letter to Julia Stephenson, Dec. 2, 1883 letter: AAA 4804 (1253)
  • Double Self Portrait of Julia Stephenson as a "coquette," Dec. 9, 1883 letter to CMK: AAA 4804 (1254)
  • Upraised hand of truth from CMK to Julia Stephenson, Dec. 1883: AAA 4804 (1264)
  • Logo designs on back of envelope, with upraised hand, & "North Gallery" with palettee, 1885: AAA 4806 (81)st
  • Pencil sketch (finished drawing) of child sitting under tree with calligraphic date "June second, 1885" [a copy of Mrs. Loop's picture in my "81 book" of Mrs. Loop's daughter] see letter, June 14, 1885 AAA 4806 (634): AAA 4806 (623)
  • Monogram designed for pin given as gift for bridesmaids at wedding of CMK & Julia Stephenson: AAA 4806 (1039)
  • Sketch of a painting by unidentified artist acquired by CMK in letter to JSK, June 11, 1886: AAA 4807 (401)
  • Sketch of Victorian era townhouse: AAA 4822 628
  • Street in Bologna, Italy: AAA 4822 (1083)
  • Poem circa March, 1897 with self-portrait caricature: AAA 4823 (240)
  • Maps: Massachusetts, Boston, & handwritten, of Mt. Vernon St. in letter from CMK to JSK, July 8, 1887: AAA 4808 (480)
  • Floor plan of Kurtz's room at 123 E. 23rd: AAA 4808 (1211)
  • Self-portrait for his daughter, July 26, 1888: AAA 4809 (279)
  • Self-portrait sketch "For Daisy," Oct. 20, 1888: AAA 4809 568
  • Street map of section of New Orleans, Jan. 1889: AAA 4809 (986)
  • Floor plan, Washington Artillery bldg., New Orleans (Muncky. exh), Jan. 26, 1889: AAA 4809 1014)
  • Marine sketch by J. C. Nicoll, March 28, 1889: AAA 4809 (1250)
  • Sketch of building and floor plan of St. Louis Museum by Halsey C. Ives, June 7, 1889: AAA 4809 (1484)
  • Sketch by Charles M. Kurtz of curtain valence, June 12, 1889: AAA 4809 (1505)
  • Sketch by Charles M. Kurtz of General di Cesnola's [director, Metropolitan Museum of Art] country house in Mt. Kisco, N.Y., August 5, 1889: AAA 4810 (195)
  • Small, self-portrait sketch by Charles M. Kurtz at end of letter to his daughter, Nov. 17, 1891: AAA 4811 (238)
  • Small, self-portrait sketch by Charles M. Kurtz at end of letter to his daughter, Nov. 27, 1891: AAA 4811 (308)
  • Sketch of arrangement of pictures for exhibition by Henry Ward Ranger in letter to Charles M. Kurtz from Ranger, December 8, 1891: AAA 4811 (381)
  • Sketch of holder for Christmas candles by Charles M. Kurtz, December 16, 1891: AAA 4811 (429)
  • Print (?) as invitation for exhibition of work by J.H. Dolph and Hamilton Hamilton, January, 1892: AAA 4811 (614)
  • Child's watercolor drawings by Elizabeth Kurtz, February 4, 1892: AAA 4811 (743-745)
  • Child's drawings by Elizabeth Kurtz, May 12, 1892: AAA 4811 (1195-6)
  • Sketch illustrating decorations worn on official European uniforms at dinner for 1893 Fair, May 5, 1893: AAA 4812 (1306),
  • Thumb nail sketch of painting by Will H. Low, "a female tying the Sandals of Love" by Charles Ward Rhodes, June 19, 1893: AAA 4812 (1453)
  • Sketch of proposed picture frame by Charles Ward Rhodes, August 23, 1893: AAA 4813 (205)
  • Installation diagram of St. Louis Exposition [annual regional fair] by Charles Ward Rhodes, Sept. 8, 1893: AAA 4813 (247-248)
  • Sketch of painting by Gagneau by Charles Ward Rhodes, exhibited at the St. Louis Exposition, October 5, 1893: AAA 4813 (308)
  • Sketch of Charles M. Kurtz's college fraternity pin, February 2, 1894: AAA 4813, (623)
  • Diagram of arrangement of seating for table on board ship by Charles M. Kurtz, March 10, 1894: AAA 4813 (738)
  • Diagram of boats on sea and pig-skin water cask by Charles M. Kurtz, March 18, 1894: AAA 4813 (818)
  • Diagram of gallery for St. Louis Exposiion by Charles Ward Rhodes, April 27, 1894: AAA 4813 (938)
  • Floor plan of vestibule exhibition area of St. Louis Museum by Charles Ward Rhodes, May 17, 1894: AAA 4813 (1022)
  • Floor plan of galleries for St. Louis exhibition with measurements by Charles Ward Rhodes, August 13, 1894: AAA 4813 1246
  • Thumbnail sketch of beer drinker by Botto, October 1, 1894: AAA 4814 (5)
  • Sketch of fur wrap by Charles M. Kurtz, June, 16, 1895: AAA 4814 (574)
  • Diagram for hanging America pictures at St. Louis Exposition, 1899 by Charles Ward Rhodes: AAA 4816 (901)
  • Floor plan by Charles Ward Rhodes for Second Annual Exhibition of the Architectural Club of St. Louis, April 11, 1900: AAA 4816 (1152)
  • Floor plan and elevation sketch by Halsey C. Ives of his country house: AAA 4816 (1354-55)
  • Thumbnail sketch of sailboat at sea by Frederick E. Bartlett, January 23, 1901: AAA 4817 (36)
  • Valentine from Julia Wilder Kurtz to Charles M. Kurtz, February 13, 1902: AAA 4817 (619)
  • Illustrated letter: sketch of toddler [Isabella S. Kurtz] by Julia Wilder Kurtz, March 3, 1902: AAA 4817 (661)
  • Thank you note from Julia Wilder Kurtz to Charles M. Kurtz illustrated with ink drawing of bunny, February 16, 1902: AAA 4817 (1076)
  • Self-portrait caricature as signature by Charles M. Kurtz June 10, 1903, June 15, 1903, June 16, 1903: AAA 4817 (1208), (1217), (1221)
  • Self-portrait caricature with hat as signature by Charles M. Kurtz, June 28, 1903: AAA 4817 (1237)
  • Self-portrait caricature as signature by Charles M. Kurtz November 14, 1903: AAA 4817 (1307)
  • Sketch of retriever dog by Dudlee, Dec. 19, 1904: AAA 4818 (182)
  • Sketch of Bulgarian Order of Merit Cross awarded to Charles M. Kurtz by himself enclosed in March 3, 1905 letter: AAA 4818 (305)