Everett Shinn collection, 1877-1958

A Finding Aid to the Everett Shinn Collection, 1877-1958, in the Archives of American Art, by Jean Fitzgerald

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Biographical Information

Everett Shinn (1876-1953) was a painter, muralist, illustrator, and theatrical scene designer who worked primarily in New York City. Shinn was a member of "The Eight," a group of painters known for their realistic portrayal of American urban life.

Everett Shinn was born on November 6, 1876 in Woodstown, New Jersey, the son of Isaiah and Josephine Ransley Shinn. He attended Quaker schools until 1890 when he went to the Spring Garden Institute in Philadelphia, studying engineering and industrial design until 1893.

Shinn enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts between 1893 and 1897. During this time he was hired as an artist-reporter for the Philadelphia Press, the Inquirer, and the Ledger. He also forged his friendships with painters George Luks, John Sloan, William J. Glackens, and Robert Henri, all future members of "The Eight."

Shinn moved to New York City in 1897 and quickly found employment as an illustrator for the newspaper The World. In 1898, he married Florence Scovel, the first of his four wives. In 1900, he traveled to England and France, and was later employed by Harper's Weekly. Shinn befriended decorator Elsie De Wolf and architect Stanford White, and designed and executed murals for the homes of their clients. Shinn created eighteen mural panels for David Belasco's Stuyvesant Theatre that opened in 1907, and murals for the Council Room of the Trenton, New Jersey City Hall in 1911. His most notable murals were created for the Oak Room of New York's Plaza Hotel in the 1940s.

In 1908, Shinn participated in the seminal group exhibition of "The Eight" at Macbeth Gallery. In 1911, he was included in the Exhibition of Independent Artists, and was invited to send works to the International Exhibition of Modern Art, better known as the Armory Show, in 1913, but for an unknown reason, declined. Shinn exhibited regularly and his works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Delaware Art Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others.

Throughout his career Shinn was fascinated by the theater and the act of performance, which he made the subject of many of his works. He also wrote, directed, and performed in his own plays. Between 1917 and 1920, Shinn worked as an art director for Sam Goldwin at Goldwyn Pictures. He also worked for Inspiration Pictures from 1920 to 1923, and for William Randolph Hearst at Cosmopolitan Pictures in 1923. He divorced Florence Scovel in 1912, and married Corinne Baldwin in 1913, with whom he had two children, Janet and Davidson. He divorced again in 1921, married Gertrude Chase in 1924, and divorced again in 1932. In 1933, Shinn married his fourth wife, Paula Downing; they divorced in 1942.

From 1935 to 1939, he covered a murder trial for the Boston Traveler, exhibited his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and won a prize for watercolor at an exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute. In the 1940s Shinn participated in exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and at the American-British Art Center. In 1949, Shinn was made an Academician of the National Academy of Design, and in 1951, he was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Everett Shinn died on May 1, 1953 in New York City.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The collected papers of Everett Shinn measure 3.0 linear feet and date from 1877 to 1958. Found within the papers are biographical material; correspondence with friends and colleagues; personal business records; art work, including two sketchbooks of designs for Belasco's Stuyvesant Theatre; notes and writings; eight scrapbooks; printed material; and numerous photographs of Shinn, his colleagues, and his work.

Biographical material includes miscellaneous biographical accounts and a membership certificate from the American Watercolor Society.

Correspondence consists of letters from Shinn's friends and colleagues, primarily from author Poultney Bigelow. There are also letters from decorator Elsie De Wolfe, dramatist Clyde Fitch, and artists Charles Dana Gibson, William Glackens, and George Luks, whose letters are illustrated. There are scattered letters from A. Stirling Calder, Theodore Dreiser, Robert Henri, Ernest Lawson, Julia Marlowe, Claude Rains, Ruth Warrick, Alexander Woollcott, and Mahonri Young.

Personal business records consist of two account books recording art work used in publications and loaned for exhibitions, and miscellaneous invoices.

Artwork consists of two sketchbooks of designs for the Stuyvesant Theatre murals and miscellaneous drawings by Shinn. Artwork by others, including H. B. Eddy, James Ben Ali Haggin, Colonel Hegan, Oliver Henfold, George Luks, and Philip Nolan, consist primarily of caricatures.

Notes and writings include a handwritten draft of Shinn's play Hazel Weston or More Sinned Against Than Usual, notes for a book on art, poems, and typescripts by Shinn including "Plush and Cut Glass," a book about George Luks.

Eight scrapbooks primarily contain clippings. Scrapbook 2 contains clippings, exhibition catalogs, a note from Stuart Benson, an illustrated postcard from Ed, and scattered photographs.

Additional printed material is primarily comprised of clippings, but there are also exhibition announcements and catalogs for Shinn, reproductions of art work, booklets, and miscellaneous printed material. Rare programs for plays written by Shinn list cast members, including Wilfred Buckland, Edith Glackens, William J. Glackens, James Ben Ali Haggin, Robert Henri, J. E. Laub, Thomas Newell Metcalf, James M. Preston, Florence Scovel Shinn, and John Sloan.

Numerous photographs are found within the collection and depict Shinn as a boy, in various Philadelphia newspaper offices, in costume for stage performances, at the easel, and with colleagues, including Robert Henri and John Sloan. Photographs of colleagues also include author Poultney Bigelow, decorator Elsie De Wolfe, portrait painter James Ben Ali Haggin, actress Julia Marlowe, and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts classmates William Glackens and Florence Scovel. There are also photographs of Shinn's residences, exhibition installations, set designs and stagings of plays, murals, and other art work.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged as 8 series:

Subjects and Names

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

  • Bigelow, Poultney, b. 1855
  • Calder, Alexander Stirling, 1870-1945
  • De Wolfe, Elsie, 1865-1950
  • Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945
  • Eddy, H. B.
  • Fitch, Clyde, 1865-1909
  • Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944
  • Glackens, William J., 1870-1938
  • Grove, William, photographer
  • Haggin, Ben Ali, 1882-1951
  • Hegan, Colonel
  • Henfold, Oliver
  • Henri, Robert, 1865-1929
  • Lawson, Ernest, 1873-1939
  • Luks, George Benjamin, 1867-1933
  • Marlowe, Julia, 1865-1950
  • Nolan, Philip
  • Rains, Claude, 1889-1967
  • Sale, Chic
  • Scovel, Florence
  • Sloan, John, 1871-1951
  • Warrick, Ruth
  • Washington Park Studio, photographer
  • Wollcott, Alexander
  • Young, Mahonri Mackintosh, 1877-1957
  • Illustrated letters
  • Illustrators, New York (State), New York
  • Notes
  • Painters, New York (State), New York
  • Painting, American
  • Photographs
  • Poems
  • Scrapbooks
  • Sketchbooks
  • Stage designers, New York (State), New York
  • Theaters, Stage-setting and scenery

Provenance

The bulk of the Everett Shinn collection was acquired via purchase from art dealer Thurston Thatcher between 1958-1964. Art collector Howard Lipman donated additional material in 1962. Five negatives of Shinn's work were donated in 1969 by Dr. Milton Luria, an acquaintance of Shinn's son, Davidson. The photograph of Everett Shinn, John Sloan, and Robert Henri was donated on an unknown date by an unidentified donor. The handwritten draft of Shinn's play Hazel Weston or More Sinned Against Than Usual was acquired via auction purchase in 2011.

Separated and Related Materials

Additional Everett Shinn papers are available at the Helen Farr Sloan Library, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware.

How the Collection was Processed

Accessions were microfilmed upon receipt on reels D179, 441, 899, 950, 952-953, 1118, 2917, and 3471-3472, except for the last acquisition in 2011, which was not microfilmed. Researchers should note that the arrangement of the collection as described in this finding aid does not reflect the order of the collection on microfilm due to reprocessing. All accessions were merged, arranged, and described by Jean Fitzgerald in September 2009. The papers were digitized in 2011 with funding provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Everett Shinn collection is 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.

Available Formats

The bulk of this collection was digitized in 2011 and is available on the Archives of American Art's website. Materials which have not been scanned include photographs of works of art; duplicates; blank pages in bound volumes; blank versos of photographs; readily available copies of printed material, and oversized material too large to be scanned. In some cases, publications have had their covers, title pages, and relevant pages scanned.

How to Cite this Collection

Everett Shinn collection, 1877-1958. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Material, 1953
2 Folders; Box 1

Biographical material consists of miscellaneous biographical accounts and a membership certificate from the American Watercolor Society.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 1 Miscellaneous Biographical Accounts, circa 1920-1950
1 2 Membership Certificate from the American Watercolor Society, 1953

Series 2: Correspondence, 1899-1952
61 Folders; Box 1, 4

Correspondence primarily consists of letters from Shinn's friends and colleagues, including Poultney Bigelow, Elsie De Wolfe, Clyde Fitch, Charles Dana Gibson, William Glackens, and George Luks. There are scattered letters from A. Stirling Calder, Theodore Dreiser, Robert Henri, Ernest Lawson, Julia Marlowe, Claude Rains, Ruth Warrick, Alexander Woollcott, and Mahonri Young.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 3 Art Institute of Chicago, 1928
1 4 Bigelow, Poultney, circa 1920-1950
1 5 Bigelow, Poultney, 1920-1932
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F1
1 6 Bigelow, Poultney, 1933-1934
1 7-9 Bigelow, Poultney, 1935
3 Folders
1 10 Bigelow, Poultney, 1936
1 11-13 Bigelow, Poultney, 1937
3 Folders
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F1
1 14-15 Bigelow, Poultney, 1938
2 Folders
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F1
1 16 Bigelow, Poultney, 1939
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F1
1 17 Bigelow, Poultney, 1940
1 18 Bigelow, Poultney, 1941
1 19-20 Bigelow, Poultney, 1942
2 Folders
1 21 Bigelow, Poultney, 1943
1 22 Bigelow, Poultney, 1944
1 23 Bigelow, Poultney, 1945
1 24 Bigelow, Poultney, 1946
1 25 Bigelow, Poultney, 1947-1948
1 26 Bigelow, Poultney, 1949-1950
1 27 Bonner, Mollie, 1946
1 28 Burnham, F.R., circa 1920-1950
1 29 B, Miscellaneous, 1906, 1912, 1952
1 30 Calder, A. Stirling, 1911
1 31 Coral Gables Corporation, 1928
1 32 Cornwall, E., 1915, undated
1 33 Cox, May, 1944
1 34 C, Miscellaneous, 1918, undated
1 35 De Wolfe, Elsie, 1900, undated
1 36 Delineator, 1927
1 37 Engel, Michael M., 1942
1 38-39 Fitch, Clyde, 1899, undated
2 Folders
1 40 Gibson, Charles Dana, 1911
1 41 Glackens, William, circa 1920-1950
1 42 Gruger, Frederic R., 1951-1952
1 43 Haggeman, Julia, circa 1920-1950
1 44 Henri, Robert, 1904, undated
1 45 Horace Liveright Theatrical Productions, 1926-1927
1 46 Irwin, Wallace, circa 1920-1950
1 47 John C. Winston Co., 1941
1 48 Kelly, Hugh Williamson, circa 1920-1950
1 49 Lawson, Ernest, 1906
1 50 Lindeberg, H.T., circa 1920-1950
1 51 Luks, George, 1900
1 52 Mahonri, 1952
1 53 Marlowe, Julia, 1902
1 54 R, Miscellaneous, 1927, undated
1 55 Sallsten, William, 1937
1 56 Street, Julian, 1909
1 57 S, Miscellaneous, 1928, undated
1 58 Tevis, Sally, circa 1920-1950
1 59 Warrick, Ruth, circa 1920-1950
1 60 Woollcott, Alexander, 1935, 1941-1942
1 61 W, Miscellaneous, 1909, undated
1 62 Unidentified Correspondents, 1915, 1918, 1920, 1937, 1952
Box Folder
4 1 Six Oversized Letters from Poultney Bigelow, 1932-1939
Scanned with Box 1, F5, F12, F15-16

Series 3: Personal Business Records, 1898-1928
3 Folders; Box 1

Personal business records consist of account books recording art work used in publications and loaned for exhibitions, and miscellaneous invoices.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 63 Account Book of Art Work Used in Publications and Loaned for Exhibitions, 1898-1911
1 64 Account Book of Art Work Loaned to Various Exhibitions, 1899-1912
1 65 Miscellaneous Invoices, 1915-1928

Series 4: Artwork, 1893-1928
10 Folders; Box 1, 4, OV 6

Artwork consists of two sketchbooks of designs for the Stuyvesant Theatre murals and miscellaneous drawings by Shinn and others, including H. B. Eddy, James Ben Ali Haggin, Colonel Hegen, Oliver Henfold, George Luks, and Philip Nolan.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 66 Sketchbooks of Drawings for Belasco's Stuyvesant Theatre Murals by Everett Shinn, circa 1900s
1 67 Miscellaneous Drawings by Everett Shinn, circa 1893-1928
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F2 and OV 6
1 68 Drawing by H. B. Eddy, circa 1893-1928
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F2
1 69 Drawing by James Ben Ali Haggin, circa 1893-1928
1 70 Drawing by Colonel Hegan of Kentucky (Related to Alice Hegan Rice), circa 1893-1928
1 71 Drawing by Oliver Henfold of Robert Reed, circa 1893-1928
1 72 Drawing Gathering News by George Luks, circa 1893-1928
1 73 Drawing by Philip Nolan, circa 1893-1928
Box Folder
4 2 Four Oversized Drawings by Everett Shinn, circa 1893-1928
Scanned with Box 1, F67
4 2 Oversized Drawing by H. B. Eddy, circa 1893-1928
Scanned with Box 1, F68
Box
OV 6 Oversized Drawing by Everett Shinn, circa 1893-1928
Scanned with Box 1, F67

Series 5: Notes and Writings, 1922-1951
9 Folders; Box 1

Notes and writings include a handwritten draft of Shinn's play Hazel Weston or More Sinned Against Than Usual, notes for a book on art, poems, and typescripts by Shinn including "Plush and Cut Glass," a book about George Luks.

This series has been scanned in its entirety.

Box Folder
1 74 Handwritten draft of play Hazel Weston or More Sinned Against Than Usual by Everett Shinn, August 1951
1 75-77 Notes for a Book on Art by Everett Shinn, circa 1949-1951
3 Folders
1 78 Typescript, "A Dream," by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950
1 79 Typescript, "Francois Coupe," by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950
1 80 Typescript, "Gego Gorgo," by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950
1 81 Typescript about George Luks, "Plush and Cut Glass" by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950
1 82 Poems by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950, 1922
1 83 Miscellaneous Writings by Everett Shinn, circa 1920-1950

Series 6: Scrapbooks, 1891-1908
21 Folders; Box 1, 2, 4, BV 5

Eight scrapbooks primarily contain clippings. Scrapbook 2 contains clippings, exhibition catalogs, a note from Stuart Benson, an illustrated postcard from Ed, and scattered photographs.

The bulk of this series has been scanned. Oversized materials larger than the scanning bed have not been scanned.

Box Folder
1 84 Scrapbook 1, 1898-1908
1 85-88 Scrapbook 2, loose items, 1898-1952
4 Folders
Oversized material housed in BV 5; partially scanned
1 89 Scrapbook 3, 1907-1917
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F3
1 90 Scrapbook 4, 1910-1911
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F4
1 91 Scrapbook 5, loose items, 1910-1911
1 92 Scrapbook 5, 1910-1911
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F5
1 93-94 Scrapbook 6, 1919-1930
2 Folders
disbound
Box Folder
2 1 Scrapbook 7, 1923-1925
Disbound
2 2-5 Scrapbook 8, Concerning the Trial at Dedham Courthouse, loose items, 1934
4 Folders
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F6
Box Folder
4 3 Oversized Scrapbook 3, 1907-1917, 1907-1917
Scanned with Box 1, F89
4 4 Oversized Scrapbook 4, 1910-1911
Scanned with Box 1, F90
4 5 Oversized Scrapbook 5, 1910-1911
Scanned with Box 1, F92
4 6 Oversized Scrapbook 8, Concerning the Trial at Dedham Courthouse, 1934
Scanned with Box 2, F5
Box
BV 5 Oversized Scrapbook 2, 1898-1952
Oversized material from Box 1, F88

Series 7: Printed Material, 1894-1958
21 Folders; Box 2, 4

Printed material includes clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs for Shinn, reproductions of art work, booklets, and miscellaneous printed material. Programs for plays list cast members, including Wilfred Buckland, Edith Glackens, William J. Glackens, James Ben Ali Haggin, Robert Henri, J. E. Laub, Thomas Newell Metcalf, James M. Preston, Everett Shinn, Florence Scovel Shinn, and John Sloan.

The bulk of this series has been scanned. Booklets and miscellaneous items have not been scanned.

Box Folder
2 6-9 Clippings, circa 1900-1950
4 Folders
2 10 Clippings, 1904-1910
2 11 Clippings, 1911
2 12 Clippings, 1912-1914
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F7 and OV6
2 13 Clippings, 1928-1939
2 14 Clippings, 1943-1947
2 15 Clippings, 1951-1958
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F7
2 16 Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs for Everett Shinn, 1943-1946
2 17 Reproductions of Art Work, circa 1900-1950
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F8
2 18 Reproductions of Art Work for Belasco's Stuyvesant Theatre, circa 1900-1950
2 19 Programs for Plays, 1894, circa 1900-1950
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F8
2 20 Actors' Fund of America Benefit Programs, 1919
2 21 Booklet Daniel Frohman, 1921
2 22 Booklet The Illustrators' Sketch Book, 1948
2 23 Booklet U.S. Army in Action, 1941
2 24 Miscellaneous Printed Material, circa 1940-1952
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F8
Box Folder
4 7 Six Oversized Clippings, 1913, 1914, 1958
Scanned with Box 2, F12, F15
4 8 Three Oversized Reproductions of Art Work, circa 1900-1950
Scanned with Box 2, F17
4 8 Oversized Program for Play Lucy Moore: The Prune Hater's Daughter, circa 1900-1950
Scanned with Box 2, F19
4 8 Oversized Brochure for Illustrated Books, circa 1900-1950
Scanned with Box 2, F24
4 8 Oversized Sign Advertising Everett Shinn's Coverage of the Millen-Faber Trial, circa 1900-1950
Scanned with Box 2, F24
Box
OV 6 Two Oversized Clippings, 1912-1914
Scanned with Box 2, F12

Series 8: Photographs, 1877-1950
1.3 Linear feet; Box 2-4, OV 7

Photographs are of Shinn as a boy, in various Philadelphia newspaper offices, in costume for stage performances, at the easel, and with colleagues, including Robert Henri, John Sloan. Photographs of colleagues also include author Poultney Bigelow, decorator Elsie De Wolfe, portrait painter James Ben Ali Haggin, actress Julia Marlowe, and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts classmates William Glackens and Florence Scovel. There are also photographs of Shinn's residences, exhibition installations, set designs and stagings of plays, murals, and other art work.

The bulk of this series has been scanned. Tintypes, duplicates, and reproductions of artwork have not been scanned.

Box Folder
2 25-27 Photographs of Everett Shinn with Friends and Colleagues, circa 1877-1892
3 Folders
2 28-29 Photographs of Everett Shinn with Friends in Philadelphia Newspaper Office, circa 1893
2 Folders
2 30 Photographs of Everett Shinn in Costume, 1894
2 31 Photographs of Everett Shinn in Philadelphia Newspaper Office, 1895-1896
2 32 Photographs of Everett Shinn, circa 1896
2 33-37 Photographs of Everett Shinn with Friends and Colleagues, 1897
5 Folders
2 38 Photograph of Everett Shinn with Robert Henri, and John Sloan, 1897
2 39 Photographs of Everett Shinn in Robert Henri's Studio, circa 1897
2 40 Photographs of Everett Shinn in John Sloan's Studio, 1898
2 41-43 Photographs of Everett Shinn, circa 1900-1950
3 Folders
Oversized material housed in OV 7
2 44 Photographs of Everett Shinn's Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Classmates, Grace G. Ryder, Florence Scovel, Anna L. Griffith, Elizabeth Hunter, Francis Vaux Wilson, William J. Glackens, J. M. Preston, and Charles E. Plumb, 1894
2 45 Photographs of Poultney Bigelow, circa 1940-1950
2 46 Photograph of Arnold Daly, 1902
2 47 Photographs of Elsie De Wolfe, 1900-1903
2 48 Photograph of Richard Duffy, circa 1900-1920
2 49 Photographs of James Ben Ali Haggin, circa 1900-1920
2 50 Photograph of Robert Henri, 1897
2 51-52 Photographs of Julia Marlowe, 1899-1905
2 Folders
2 53 Photograph of John Sloan and Frank Taylor in Costume, 1894
2 54 Photographs of Unidentified Friends and Colleagues, circa 1900-1930
2 55-56 Photographs of the Washington Square House, circa 1900-1930
2 Folders
2 57-59 Photographs of Unidentified Buildings, circa 1900-1930
3 Folders
2 60 Photographs of Exhibition Installations, circa 1944-1946
2 61-66 Photographs of Set Design and Staging of Play about the Revolutionary War, circa 1910-1940
6 Folders
2 67 Photographs of Set Design for The Prince and the Pauper, circa 1900-1940
2 68 Photographs of Set Design and Staging of Play Benjamin Franklin at the Court of Louis XVI, circa 1900-1940
2 69 Photographs of Set Design for The Dump, 1934-1940
2 70 Photographs of Murals for the Plaza Hotel Oak Bar, circa 1900-1940
2 71 Photographs of Murals for David Belasco's Stuyvesant Theatre, circa 1900-1940
2 72 Photographs of Studies for Decoration of City Hall, Trenton, New Jersey, circa 1900-1940
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F9
2 73 Photographs of Studies for Decoration and Model for a Tea House for the William R. Coe Residence, circa 1900-1940
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F9
2 74 Photographs of Studies for Decoration of the Clyde Fitch Residence, circa 1900-1940
2 75 Photographs of Painted Decoration in the Townsend Residence, circa 1900-1940
2 76-77 Photographs of Painted Decoration in Unidentified Residences, circa 1900-1940
2 Folders
Box Folder
3 1 Photographs of Art Work (Portraits), circa 1900-1940
3 2-3 Photographs of Art Work (Female Figures), circa 1900-1940
2 Folders
Oversized material housed in Box 4, F10
3 4-5 Photographs of Art Work (The Circus and Clowns), circa 1900-1940
2 Folders
3 6-11 Photographs of Art Work (Stage Performers), circa 1900-1940
6 Folders
Oversized material housed in OV 7
3 12-17 Photographs of Art Work (Cityscapes), circa 1900-1940
6 Folders
3 18 Photographs of Art Work (Design for a Roadster), circa 1900-1940
Box Folder
4 9 Two Oversized Photographs of Studies for Decoration of City Hall, Trenton, New Jersey, circa 1900-1940
Scanned with Box 2, F72
4 9 Two Oversized Photographs of Studies for Decoration of the William R. Coe Residence, circa 1900-1940
Scanned with Box 2, F73
4 9 Oversized Photograph of a Model for a Tea House for the William R. Coe Residence, circa 1900-1940
Scanned with Box 2, F73
4 10 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work (Female Figures), circa 1900-1940
4 10 Oversized Photograph of Art Work (Design for a Roadster), circa 1900-1940
Box
OV 7 Oversized Photograph of Everett Shinn Painting the Ceiling Panel for the Henry Markle Residence, circa 1900-1940
Scanned with Box 2, F41
OV 7 Oversized Photograph of Art Work (Stage Performers), circa 1900-1940