Frank Perls papers and Frank Perls Gallery records, circa 1920-1983, bulk, 1949-1975

A Finding Aid to the Frank Perls Papers and Frank Perls Gallery Records, circa 1920-1983, bulk 1949-1975, in the Archives of American Art, by Diana Shenk

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Historical Information

Frank Perls (1910-1975) was founder and sole owner of the Frank Perls Gallery in Beverly Hills, California.

Frank Perls was born in Germany on October 23, 1910. His parents, Hugo and Kaethe Perls, owned one of the leading art galleries in Berlin, and sold the work of many well-known artists. Artists works included in the gallery inventory were pieces by Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul C├ęzanne, among others. His parents enjoyed a close friendship with Picasso, a relationship Perls maintained until Picasso's death in 1973. After his parents divorce in 1931, his mother left Germany and eventually opened the Galerie Kaethe in Paris.Frank Perls studied art history at the Universities of Munich, Berlin, and Frankfurt and joined his mother at the Galerie Kaethe in 1932.

Frank Perls immigrated to the United States in 1937 and partnered with his brother, Klaus Perls, to open the Perls Galleries in New York. Two years later he moved to California and opened the Frank Perls Gallery on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. During those first years, the Gallery hosted exhibitions by Man Ray, Eugene Berman, and John Decker.

Perls closed his gallery in 1942 when he enlisted in the United States Army. Because he was fluent in both French and German, Perls served as an interpreter at the Military Intelligence Service, European Theater of Operations. He landed in Normandy with the 30th Infantry Division and was awarded the Bronze Star in 1944. In 1945, Perls was assigned to the Arts and Monuments Section of Allied Military Government in Germany. He was honorably discharged in September, 1945.

After the war, Perls returned to Los Angeles and managed the recently opened Associated American Artists Gallery in Beverly Hills. The gallery was organized in 1934 and marketed art to the middle classes with the opportunity to purchase prints at affordable prices. Perls made significant contacts during his tenure at the gallery and eventually opened his own Beverly Hills gallery in 1950.

The Frank Perls Gallery on Camden Drive was closely associated with the Pierre Matisse Gallery and the Curt Valentin Gallery in New York, both major sources of exhibition materials for the early years. Perls introduced southern California to artists he believed represented the best modern art of America and Europe - Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, Ben Shahn, Georgia O'Keefe, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, and Jean Dubuffet. Between 1950 to 1954, Frank Perls Gallery organized the first West coast exhibitions of Joan Miro, Marino Marini, and Alberto Giacometti. Perls also gave exhibitions to newly emerging artists of Southern California artists, including William Brice, Robert Chuey, Rico Lebrun, James McGarrell, Channing Peake, and Howard Warsaw.

Perls moved his gallery to Wilshire Boulevard in 1965 and stopped representing California artists at that time to focus primarily on major exhibitions of Henri Matisse and Picasso. In 1966, he helped organize an extensive traveling Henri Matisse exhibition at UCLA called Matisse Retrospective. Perls worked with Matisse's children, Pierre, Jean, and Marguerite Duthuit, to identify 345 prints and sculptures and attach family inventory numbers to them.

Frank Perls also organized several large Picasso exhibitions, including the Bonne Fete Monsieur Picasso exhibit at UCLA in 1961 and the 45 Selected Picasso Graphics exhibition at Frank Perls Gallery in 1971. For his work in preparing these major exhibitions in California of Matisse and Picasso, Perls was made a life fellow of the Los Angeles County Museum.

Perls was a member of the Art Dealers of America, serving for several years on the Board of Directors and as director. He was also dedicated to exposing art fakes and forgeries, earning a reputation for discovering, exposing, and pursuing disreputable art appraisers and dealers. Perls wrote extensively about modern art and artists, as well as his experiences in short stories that often appeared in print.

Frank Perls died on February 8, 1975 from complications following open-heart surgery. The Gallery remained open until 1981 while his executor and family distributed the gallery inventory.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Frank Perls papers and Frank Perls Gallery records measure 23.8 linear feet and date from 1920-1983, with the bulk dating from 1949-1975. Personal papers include writings, military records, appointment calendars, and photographs. Gallery records date from its opening in 1939 until its closure in 1981 and consist of financial, sales, and legal records; exhibition files; exhibition catalogs and announcements; subject files that contain a variety of correspondence with artists, dealers, galleries, museums, and friends and family, as well as reference materials and photographs; and scrapbooks.

Personal papers contain biographical materials, including military records from Perls' service in the army during World War II, personal photographs, documentation on his estate settlement, and numerous short stories. Of particular interest are Perl's stories about his interactions with Pablo Picasso and his work to uncover fraud, fakes, and corruption in the art world. There are also many photographs of Picasso, photographs of family, the war, and Perls, including two original photographs of Perls by Man Ray.

Gallery sales, purchases, consignments, insurance appraisals, loans, provenance research, and general business expenses are well documented in the General Business and Financial Records. Perls jointly owned artwork with several galleries in New York, including the Curt Valentine Gallery and M. Knoedler Gallery, and these consignment and joint sales are documented in the invoices. A complete accounting of the Gallery's income and expense reports from 1950-1971 is also be found in this series. Artists extensively documented through financial transactions are William Brice, James Strombotne, and Howard Warsaw.

Extensive exhibition files document the gallery's exhibitions and Perl's curatorial work. Files contain varied documentation, such as photographs, catalogs, announcements, and publicity for Frank Perls Gallery shows from 1939 through 1971. Artists represented in this series include Sam Amato, Robert Chuey, Jaques Lipchitz, Pablo Picasso, James McGarrell, and James Strombotne. Files are also found for the two major retrospective exhibitions Perls organized and curated, Matisse Retrospective at University of California, Los Angeles and Sixty Years of Picasso Prints at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, both in 1966. Additional information about these exhibitions is also found in the Subject Files.

Subject Files are extensive and varied in name, content, and topic. They consist mostly of correspondence with friends, family, colleagues, artists, critics, galleries and dealers, clients, arts organizations and associations, publications, and others. There are also reference files and exhibition files for exhibitions held at other galleries and museums in which Perls was interested, guest curated, or loaned artwork. The contents of each file unit varies, but many include correspondence, photographs, appraisal records, sales records, invoices, reports, and membership records. The files highlight his close personal relationship with many artists, including William Brice, Rico Lebrun, James McGarrell, Channing Peake, Pablo Picasso, and James Strombotne. Subject Files also contain abundant correspondence with colleagues and family members, including his brother Klaus, who owned and operated the Perls Gallery in New York. Many of the files concern Perl's work with art documentation and authentication. Subject Files have been arranged according to Frank Perls original order.

Finally, scrapbooks contain newspaper articles, catalogs, and announcements about exhibitions at the Perls Gallery in New York during the late 1930s and the Frank Perls Gallery in Los Angeles during the 1950s.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into 5 series:

Subjects and Names

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

Subjects:

  • Amato, Sam, 1924-
  • Brice, William, 1921
  • Chuey, Robert
  • Lebrun, Rico, 1900-1964
  • Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973
  • Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954
  • McGarrell, James, 1930-
  • Peake, Channing, 1910-
  • Picasso, Pablo, 1881-1973
  • Strombotne, James
  • Warsaw, Howard

Subjects-Topical:

  • Art--Collectors and collecting--California--Beverly Hills
  • Art--Economic aspects
  • Art--Forgeries
  • Art galleries, Commercial--California--Beverly Hills
  • Curators--California
  • World War, 1939-1945

Types of Materials:

  • Gallery records
  • Photographs
  • Sales records
  • Scrapbooks
  • Short stories

Names:

  • Ray, Man, 1890-1976
  • Perls, Klaus
  • M. Knoedler and Co
  • Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, N.Y.)

Provenance

The Frank Perls papers and Frank Perls Gallery records were donated by Joan Hazlitt, one of the executors of the Perls' estate, from 1976-1988.

How the Collection was Processed

This collection was processed by Diana Shenk in 2009, with funding provided by the Getty Foundation.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Frank Perls papers and Frank Perls Gallery records 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.

How to Cite this Collection

Frank Perls papers and Frank Perls Gallery records, circa 1920-1983, bulk 1949-1975. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Frank Perls Papers, circa 1920-1981
(Box 1-2, 28; 1.1 linear feet)

Frank Perls personal papers include scattered correspondence, photographs, writings, and legal and official records, including his military service records. Of particular interest are the records documenting Perls' application for exemption from the curfew restrictions that applied to enemy aliens during World War II. Also found here are extensive files documenting the settlement of his estate and liquidation of the gallery's inventory. Perls was a prolific writer and his short stories about his interactions with Pablo Picasso and his work to uncover fraud, fakes, and corruption in the art world are particularly interesting. His essay, "The Last Time I Saw Pablo", and others were published in art journals. Perls papers include many photographs of Picasso, as well as two original photographs of Perls by Man Ray taken in 1941 on the occasion of Man Ray's exhibition at the Frank Perls Gallery.

The files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box Folder
1 1 Appointment Calendar, 1972
1 2-4 Divorce from Joanna Perls, 1958-1959
(3 folders)
1 5 Documentation on House in Los Angeles, circa 1956-1959
1 6 Exemption from Curfew, 1942
1 7-9 Frank Perls Estate, 1975-1978
1 10-11 Frank Perls Estate - Insurance, 1974-1977
1 12 Frank Perls Estate - Escrow, 1981
1 13 General Biography, 1957-1975
1 14 Passports, 1956-1973
1 15 Published Articles on Frank Perls, 1956-1972
1 16 Kate Perls Estate, 1945-1951
1 17 WWII - Confidential Log from Military Intelligence Team #421, 1944
1 18-19 WWII - Military Records, 1945
1 20 WWII - German Documents and Newspapers, 1945
(oversized items housed in Box 28)
1 21 Writings - Book Deal with Harcourt Brace Jovanocich, 1974
1 22-23 Writings - "Sunset Boulevart," circa 1973-1974
1 24 Writings - "The Witch Hunter Gets Fooled," 1974-1975
1 25 Writings - "The Last Time I Saw Pablo," 1973
1 26 Writings - "Tears from Sears," 1974
1 27-28 Writings - "The Buyer is the Fake," circa 1972-1974
(2 folders)
1 29-32 Unpublished Manuscript, circa 1971-1974
(4 folders)
1 33-36 Writings, circa 1959-1974
(4 folders)
1 37-38 Photographs - Picasso, circa 1961-1968
(2 folders)
1 39-40 Photographs, 1940-1974
(2 folders)
1 41 Photographs of Frank Perls Taken by Man Ray, 1941
(See Box 28)
Box Folder
2 1 Photographs - Perls Family, circa 1920, 1940-1960
2 2-3 Photographs - Frank Perls, circa 1940-1970
(2 folders)
2 4 Photographs, WWII, 1942-1945
2 5 Negatives, circa 1940-1974
Box
28 Photographs of Frank Perls Taken by Man Ray, 1941
(from Box 1, F,. 41)
28 German Newspapers, 1945
(from Box 1, F,. 20)

Series 2: General Financial and Business Records, 1950-1975
(Box 2-4, 23-27; 3.4 linear feet)

The financial and business records of Frank Perls Gallery document sales, consignments, purchases, expenses, insurance, donations, shipping, loans, and other transactions with artists, clients, and other galleries. Records consist of invoices, income and expense ledgers, insurance documents, sales and donation logs, and financial statements. The bulk of the series consists of invoices to clients who purchased artwork from the gallery, arranged chronologically and cross-referenced alphabetically. Artists represented by the gallery extensively documented in this series include William Brice, James Strombotne, and Howard Warsaw.

The series is organized by type of material, and file contents are arranged chronologically.

Box Folder
2 6-17 Custom House Broker, 1950-1974
(12 folders)
2 18-22 Insurance Records, 1963-1975
(5 folders)
2 23-26 Merchandise Inventories, 1952-1971
(4 folders)
2 27 Inventories, circa 1961-1972
2 28-30 Joint Ventures, 1953-1960
(3 folders)
Box Folder
3 1 Joint Account and Consigned Merchandise, 1967-1974
3 2-3 Financial Statements, 1955-1958
(2 folders)
3 4 Donations and Sales, 1968-1974
3 5 Donations and Gifts, 1963-1967
3 6-27 Invoices, 1950-1966
(22 folders)
Box Folder
4 1-7 Invoices, 1967-1975
(7 folders)
4 8 Invoices - A Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 9 Invoices - B Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 10 Invoices - C Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 11 Invoices - D Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 12 Invoices - E Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 13 Invoices - F Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 14 Invoices - K Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 15 Invoices - N Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 16 Invoices - W Miscellaneous, 1950-1975
4 17-18 Invoices - William Brice Works of Art, 1951-1961
(2 folders)
4 19-20 Invoices - Sidney and Frances Brody, 1950-1961
(2 folders)
4 21-22 Invoices - Curt Valentine Gallery, 1949-1955
(2 folders)
4 23-24 Invoices - From Curt Valentine Gallery, 1950-1955
(2 folders)
4 25 Invoices - Downtown Gallery, 1949-1955
4 26 Invoices - James Strombotne Works of Art, 1958-1965
4 27 Invoices - Howard Warsaw Works of Art, 1950-1957
4 28-33 M. Knoedler and Co., Inc., 1950-1971
(6 folders)
4 34-36 Sales Log, 1952-1975
(3 folders)
4 37 Checks Drawn to Pierre Matisse, 1969-1970
4 38 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1950-1971
(oversized items housed in Box 23-28)
Box Folder
23 1-6 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1950-1955
(6 folders)
Box Folder
24 1-5 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1953-1959
(5 folders)
Box Folder
25 1-6 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1958-1963
(6 folders)
Box Folder
26 1-6 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1963-1967
(6 folders)
Box Folder
27 1-6 Oversized Accounting Ledgers, 1967-1971
(6 folders)

Series 3: Exhibition Files, 1937-1975
(Box 5-6; 1.5 linear feet)

Exhibition files document Frank Perls Gallery exhibitions with catalogs, announcements, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, price lists, and correspondence. The files also document exhibitions that Frank Perls curated at other locations. Files for the Matisse retrospective in 1966 include meeting minutes, expense sheets, loan inventories, photographs, articles, and catalog drafts. Photographs in this series are mostly photographs of exhibition openings and installation views. Exhibitions at all three Frank Perls Gallery locations are depicted.

Exhibition catalogs and announcements are arranged chronologically. Individual exhibition files are organized by name and file contents are arranged chronologically.

Box Folder
5 1-8 Catalogs and Announcements, 1939-1974
(8 folders)
5 9 Catalogs and Announcements - Other Galleries,
5 10-12 Press Releases, 1950-1974
(3 folders)
5 13-14 Clippings, 1941, 1950-1974
(2 folders)
5 15 Alexander Calder Exhibition 1953, 1963
5 16 Matisse Retrospective, 1965
5 17-18 Matisse Retrospective - Correspondence, 1964-1966
(2 folders)
5 19 Matisse Retrospective - Meeting Minutes, 1965
5 20 Matisse Retrospective - Paintings, 1965
5 21 Matisse Retrospective - Sculpture and Drawing, 1965
5 22 Matisse Retrospective - Expenses, 1965-1966
5 23 Matisse Retrospective - Articles, 1966
5 24 Matisse Retrospective - Writings for Catalog, 1965
5 25-26 Matisse Retrospective - Catalog, 1965-1966
(2 folders)
5 27-30 Matisse Retrospective - Photographs, 1966
(4 folders)
5 31-32 Henri Matisse - Exhibitions at Perls Gallery, 1967-1970
(2 folders)
5 33 Cezanne Exhibit in Japan - Photographs, 1975
5 34 Klaus Perls Gallery - Exhibition Catalogs and Photographs, circa 1937
5 35 Frank Perls Gallery on Sunset Boulevard - Photographs, circa 1939
5 36-38 Frank Perls Gallery on Camden Drive - Photographs, circa 1950-1966
(3 folders)
Box Folder
6 1 Exhibition Opening - Photographs, 1950
6 2 "People: Selected Works of Art," 1966
6 3 "Matisse, Miro, Picasso," 1969-1970
6 4-5 "Christmas Show," 1966-1967, 1971
(2 folders)
6 6 "Graphics by 24 Artists," 1970
6 7-8 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at UCLA, 1961
(2 folders)
6 9 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at UCLA - Publicity, 1961
6 10-13 Pablo Picasso Exhibitions at Frank Perls Gallery, 1966-1971
(4 folders)
6 14 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Selection of Works, 1966
6 15 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Catalog Corrections, 1966
6 16 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Invoices, 1966
6 17 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Correspondence, 1966
6 18 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Loans by Frank Perls, 1966
6 19 Pablo Picasso Exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art - "60 Years of Graphic Works" Photographs, 1966

Series 4: Subject Files, circa 1939-1983
(Box 6-22; 16.5 linear feet)

This series is the most extensive in the collection and reflects the order of the files maintained during the operation of the gallery. Subjects refer to named correspondents, family members, organizations, galleries, museums, publications, non-Frank Perls Gallery exhibitions, and art topics of interest. Although some of the files represent collected reference materials, the majority consist primarily of correspondence. Perls made very few distinctions between his work and personal life; his closest friends were artists he represented, clients whose collections he helped build, art critics he befriended, and fellow gallery owners he admired. This series provides rich documentation on these personal, family, and professional relationships.

Of particular note are files documenting Perls involvement with the Art Dealers Association of America, an organization dedicated to the high standards of ethical practice in the profession. Many files in this series document Perls professional efforts to uncover corruption and fraud within the art world, especially in Los Angeles.

While this series also contains scattered invoices, most financial records are found in the general financial and business records series. Photographs are also scattered within. The majority of the exhibition files filed here do not represent Frank Perls Gallery exhibitions. The few exhibition files found here are related to other business, such as requests for authentication of artwork and records documenting stolen and fake art investigations.

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box Folder
6 20 Miscellaneous Ab-Ag , 1950-1975
6 21 Miscellaneous Ah-Ap, 1950-1975
6 22 Miscellaneous Ar, 1950-1975
6 23 Miscellaneous As-Ay, 1950-1975
6 24 Aenne Abels, 1954-1957
6 25 Agence Maritime Delamare and Cie, 1961-1964
6 26 William Ahmandson, 1972
6 27-28 The Alan Gallery, 1954-1966
(2 folders)
6 29 Alexandre Rabow Galleries, 1953-1969
6 30 J. W. Alsdorf, 1954-1956
6 31-32 Sam Amato, 1957-1969
6 33 Ines Amor, 1952-1953
6 34 Oliver Andrews, 1955-1963
6 35-36 Paule Anglim, 1962-1974, 1988
(2 folders)
6 37 Joseph Ansen, 1970-1974
6 38 Alexander Archipenko, 1962, 1966
6 39 American Federation of Arts, 1950-1964
6 40 Arts Council of Great Britain, 1968
6 41 Art Dealers Association of America - Appraisals, 1963-1973
6 42-44 Art Dealers Association of America - Correspondence, 1962-1975
(3 folders)
Box Folder
7 1-4 Art Dealers Association of America - Dispute with Vincent Price and Sears, Roebuck and Co., circa 1966-1967
(4 folders)
7 5 Art Index, Inc., 1974
7 6 The Art Digest, 1950-1963, 1974
7 7 Art Institute of Chicago, 1952-1970
7 8 Leonard and Betty Asher, 1950-1967
7 9 Dorothy and Lee Ault, 1950-1971
7 10 Walter Aufhauser, 1966-1975
7 11 Miscellaneous Ba, 1950-1975
7 12 Miscellaneous Be, 1950-1975
7 13 Miscellaneous Bi-Bl, 1950-1975
7 14 Miscellaneous Bo, 1950-1975
7 15 Miscellaneous Br, 1950-1975
7 16 Miscellaneous Bu-By, 1950-1975
7 17 B. C. Holland Gallery, 1961-1973
7 18 Solomon Baker, 1971
7 19 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1959-1972
7 20 Stanley Barbee, 1950-1966
7 21 Sidney Barlow, 1974
7 22 Arline Barnsdall Estate, 1952-1953
7 23 Gene Bautzer, 1958-1969
7 24 Max Beckman, 1950, 1970
7 25 B. E. Bensinger, 1961-1973
7 26 Berkeley Express and Moving Co., 1952-1962
7 27 Betty McLean Gallery, 1951-1953, 1972
7 28 City of Beverly Hills Show - "50 Years of Beverly Hills," 1964
7 29 Michael Blankfort, 1958-1969
7 30 Barbara Gopel, 1970-1972
7 31 Margaret and Harry Bradley, 1952-1973
7 32 George Bradshaw, 1950-1967
7 33 Leon Brillouin, 1944, 1950-1958
7 34 William Brinkman, 1955
7 35-37 Eugene Berman, 1947-1960, 1964-1965
(3 folders)
7 38 Eugene Berman - Photographs, circa 1937-1952
Box Folder
8 1 John Berggruen, 1970-1975
8 2-11 Heinz Berggruen, 1954-1975
(10 folders)
8 12-13 Heinz Berggruen - Financial Records, 1966-1975
(2 folders)
8 14 Heinz Berggruen - Consigned Picasso Exhibit, 1961-1962
8 15 Heinz Berggruen - Consigned Chagall Exhibit, 1967
8 16 Heinz Berggruen - Consigned Picasso and Matisse Exhibit, 1964
8 17 Heinz Berggruen - Consigned Exhibition of Lithographs, Etchings, and Linoleum Cuts, 1963
8 18-19 Bishop Lawsuit - Maurice Utrillo Painting, 1972-1973
(2 folders)
8 20 Leigh Block, 1957-1967
8 21 Jean Boggs, 1956-1971
8 22 Pierre Bonnard, circa 1952-1966
8 23 Eugene Boudin, 1973
8 24-25 Charles Boyer, 1959-1970, 1983
2 folders)
8 26 Charles Boyer - Photographs from Perls Inventory, 1970
8 27 Alan Brandt - Kamer Gallery, 1963-1966
8 28 Georges Braque - Photographs of Works of Art, circa 1957-1961
8 29 Erica Brausen - The Hanover Gallery, 1958-1974
8 30-32 William Brice, 1951-1961
(3 folders)
Box Folder
9 1-2 William Brice, 1962-1965, 1969-1975
(2 folders)
9 3 William Brice - Photographs, circa 1947-1960
9 4 David Bright, 1958-1964
9 5 Dolly Bright, 1966-1981
9 6 Dolly Bright - Inventory of Property for David Bright, 1966
9 7-10 Sidney and Frances Brody, 1950-1975
(4 folders)
9 11-12 Sidney and Frances Brody - Insurance, circa 1967-1971
(2 folders)
9 13 Sidney and Frances Brody - Photographs, circa 1950-1975
9 14 Heidi Bucher, 1973
9 15 Bernard Buffet, circa 1956
9 16 Carter Burden, 1963-1967
9 17 Reg Butler - Exhibitions, 1963-1964, 1973
9 18 Reg Butler - Exhibition Photographs and Catalogs, 1963-1964
9 19 Miscellaneous Ca-Ce, 1950-1975
9 20 Miscellaneous Ch-Cl, 1950-1975
9 21 Miscellaneous Co-Cu, 1950-1975
9 22 Alexander Calder, 1950-1973
9 23 Alexander Calder - Printed Material, circa 1949-1973
9 24-25 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1950-1971
(2 folders)
9 26-28 William Candy, 1955, 1957-1973
(3 folders)
9 29 Cass Canfield, 1970, 1973
9 30 Carnegie Institute, 1952-1967
9 31 Cart and Crate, 1974-1976
9 32 Paul Cezanne, 1963-1974
9 33 Marc Chagall, 1951-1972
9 34 Wesley Chamberlain, 1962-1963
9 35 City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1950-1974
9 36 Arthur J. Cohen (Tom), 1950-1951
9 37 Ludwig and Erik Charell, 1954-1974
Box Folder
10 1 Giorgio de Chirico, circa 1972-1973
10 2 Christie, Manson, and Wood, Inc., 1966-1974
10 3-5 Robert Chuey, 1950-1963
(3 folders)
10 6 Cincinnati Art Museum, 1959
10 7 Cincinnati Modern Art Society, 1950-1954
10 8 City of Paris, California, 1950
10 9 Paul Lewis Clemons, 1941-1951
10 10 Victoria Coberly, 1970-1973
10 11 Coe Kerr Gallery, 1969-1975
10 12 Sidney Cohn, 1958-1971
10 13 Herbert Cole, 1950-1974
10 14 John Coleman, 1959-1961
10 15-16 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1953-1955, 1965
(2 folders)
10 17 Committee to Rescue Italian Art - Auction, 1966-1967
10 18 Barnaby Conrad, 1953-1955
10 19 Douglas Cooper, 1960-1972
10 20 Camille Corot, 1967
10 21 Gustave Courbet, 1972-1973
10 22 Leonardo Cremonini, 1952-1954
10 23 Templeton Crocker Estate, 1959-1960, 1983
10 24 Jerome Crossman Estate, 1970-1974
10 25 George Cukor, 1950-1967
10 26 Davd Cummings, 1969-1970
10 27 Miscellaneous Da-De, 1950-1975
10 28 Miscellaneous Di-Du, 1950-1975
10 29 Abner Dean, 1955-1957
10 30 Kirk Douglas, 1956-1969
10 31 B. N. Desenberg, 1966-1975
10 32 Louis W. Douglas, Jr., 1958-1961
10 33 Peter Deitsch, 1962-1967
10 34 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1952-1953, 1961-1967
10 35 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts, 1959-1963
10 36 Danzas and Co. International Shipping, 1960
10 37 Lew Davis, 1950-1952
10 38 Day and Meyer - Packers, Shippers, and Movers, 1961-1963
10 39 John Decker, circa 1939-1942
10 40-41 Edgar Degas - Copperplates, 1959-1964, 1979
(2 folders)
10 42 Edgar Degas - Copperplates Exhibit - Photographs, 1959
10 43 Edward Degas - Photographs of Works of Art, Undated
10 44-45 Gabriel Dereppe, 1957-1964
(2 folders)
10 46 Armand Deutsch, 1951, 1955, 1959-1963, 1969
10 47 Ross DeVean, 1952-1962
10 48 John Dodds, 1971-1972
10 49-50 The Downtown Gallery, 1949-1956, 1964
10 51 Charles Dreifus, 1954-1966
10 52 Rene Dreyfusss, 1962-1963
10 53 Jean Dubuffet, 1958-1960, 1969, 1973
10 54 Jean Dubuffet, 1964
Box Folder
11 1 Jean Dubuffet, 1973
11 2 Teeny Duchamp, circa 1960-1969
11 3 Charles Ducommun, 1960-1974
11 4 Raoul Dufy, 1954, 1969-1974
11 5 Durlacher Brothers, 1950
11 6 Miscellaneous E, 1950-1975
11 7 Edwin Engelberts Galerie, 1968-1974
11 8 Majorie Eaton, 1960
11 9 Lynn Epsteen, 1970-1974
11 10 Ernest Raboff Gallery, 1960-1967
11 11 Eric Estorick, 1958-1960
11 12 Maybelle Ekren, 1961-1962
11 13 Max Ernst, circa 1961
11 14 Miscellaneous Fa-Fl, 1950-1975
11 15 Miscellaneous Fo-Fu, 1950-1975
11 16 William Fadiman, 1959-1969
11 17 George Fearing, Jr., 1953-1955
11 18 M. F. Feheley, 1957-1961
11 19-20 Richard Feigen, 1955-1974
(2 folders)
11 21 Marianne Feilchenfeldt, 1951-1971
11 22 Feingarten Galleries, 1961-1962
11 23 Lyonel Feininger, circa 1960
11 24 Felix Landau Gallery, 1957-1970
11 25 Gian Ferrari, 1958-1959
11 26 Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1952-1974
11 27 Oskar Fischinger, 1950-1962
11 28 Lawrence Fleischman, 1959
11 29 William Flores, 1967
11 30 Fogg Art Museum - Harvard University, 1962-1971
11 31 Fort Worth Museums, 1967, 1972
11 32 Fort Worth Art Center, 1956-1974
11 33 Sam Francis, 1975
11 34-36 Ruth Francken, 1968-1970
(3 folders)
11 37 Ruth Francken - Photographs, circa 1968-1969
11 38 Jane Fish Franklin, 1972-1973
11 39 Arthur Freed, 1951-1974
11 40 Theodore Freiborg, 1960-1962
11 41 George Frelinghuysen, 1961-1962
11 42 Frick Art Reference Library, 1950-1971
11 43 Alan Frumkin Gallery, 1956-1970
11 44 Miscellaneous Ga-Ge, 1950-1975
11 45 Miscellaneous Gi-Go, 1950-1975
11 46 Miscellaneous Gr-Gu, 1950-1975
11 47 Christa Gaehde, 1972-1973
11 48-49 Galerie Beyeler, 1956-1974
(2 folders)
11 50-51 Galerie Beyeler - Exhitition at Frank Perls Gallery, 1966-1967
(2 folders)
11 52 Galerie Bing, 1951-1957
11 53 Galerie Bonino, 1969-1970
11 54 Galerie Brockstedt, 1971, 1974-1975
Box Folder
12 1 Galerie Brusberg, 1967-1974
12 2 Galerie Claude Bernard, 1963-1975
12 3-4 Galerie de France, 1967-1968
(2 folders)
12 5 Galerie Europe, 1962-1968
12 6-7 Galerie Georges Moos, 1969-1974
(2 folders)
12 8 Galerie Gerald Cramer, 1955-1974
12 9 Galerie Jan Krugier, 1973-1974
12 10 Galerie Louise Leiris, 1953-1974
12 11-12 Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, 1960-1976
(2 folders)
12 13 Galleria Odyssia, 1958-1959
12 14 Galerie Rosengart, 1953-1967
12 15 Galerie Rudolf Hoffman, 1973
12 16 Galerie St. Etienne, 1956-1957
12 17 Galerie Schmucking, 1974
12 18 Galerie 65, 1955-1966
12 19 Galleria D'Arte Del Naviglio, 1958-1960
12 20 Paul Gauguin, 1972-1973
12 21 General Adjustment Bureau, 1952-1954
12 22 German Art Dealers, 1954-1955
12 23 Philip Gersh, 1955-1972
12 24-25 Otto Gerson, 1950-1969
(2 folders)
12 26-27 Alberto Giacometti, circa 1959-1975
(2 folders)
12 28 Alberto Giacometti - Ink Sketch, 1958
12 29 Alberto Giacometti - Exhibition, 1970-1971
12 30-31 Alberto Giacometti - Photographs of Works of Art, circa 1960-1970
(2 folders)
12 32 Gimpel Fils Gallery, 1958-1961
12 33 Harry Ginsberg, 1950-1958
12 34 Robert Ginder, 1960-1965
12 35 Paulette Goddard, 1951
12 36 Jean Godebski, 1960-1961
12 37 William Goetz, 1947, 1951-1972
12 38 William Goetz - Inventory and Appraisal Sheets, circa 1959-1969
12 39 Roy J. Goldberg Case - Clippings, 1955
12 40 Sam and Frances Goldwyn, 1953, 1971-1974
12 41 Gallery Loans - Closing Camden Drive Gallery, circa 1964-1965
12 42 Miscellaneous Ha, 1950-1975
12 43 Miscellaneous He-Hn, 1950-1975
12 44 Miscellaneous Ho-Hy, 1950-1975
12 45-46 Walter Haas, 1950-1971
(2 folders)
12 47 Hahn Brothers, 1969-1973
12 48 Paul Haim, 1974
12 49 William Haines, 1950-1974
12 50 Robert Halff, 1958-1961
12 51 Hammer Galleries, 1957-1968
12 52 Joan Harrison, 1960-1962
12 53 Ernest Hauswedell, 1969-1974
12 54 Gaston de Havenon, 1955-1971
12 55-56 Harold Hecht, 1956-1974
(2 folders)
12 57 Joan Hazlitt, 1969-1974
12 58 Catharine Heerman, 1954-1958
12 59 Hein Antiquites, 1953-1971
Box Folder
13 1 Marco Hellman, 1951-1968
13 2 Ernest Herman, 1966-1972
13 3 Michael Hertz, 1967-1973
13 4 Philippe Hiquily, 1958-1962, 1975
13 5-6 Joseph Hirshhorn, 1961-1975
(2 folders)
13 7 Alfred Hitchcock, 1970
13 8 Rudolf Hoflehner, 1963-1973
13 9 Gordon Holmes, 1955-1975
13 10 Florence Homolka, 1950-1952
13 11 Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1952-1961
13 12 Arthur Hornblow, 1955-1958
13 13 John Houseman, 1950-1956
13 14 Houston Museum of Fine Arts, 1951-1966
13 15 Miscellaneous I, 1950-1975
13 16 I.R.S. Art Advisory Panel, 1970-1973
13 17 Indiana University, 1959
13 18 The Isaac Delgado Museum, 1951, 1965
13 19 Isaac Brothers Company, 1967-1969
13 20 Miscellaneous Ja-Jo, 1950-1975
13 21 Miscellaneous Jo-Ju, 1950-1975
13 22 J. Lee Johnson, 1953-1976
13 23 Sam and Mildred Jaffe, 1950-1963
13 24 James Bourlet and Sons, Inc., 1974
13 25 James Vigeveno, 1949-1965
13 26 Miscellaneous Ka-Ke, 1950-1975
13 27 Miscellaneous Kh-Kl, 1950-1975
13 28 Miscellaneous Ko-Ku, 1950-1975
13 29-30 Estella Katzenellenbogen, 1950-1975
(2 folders)
13 31 Lyton Kistler, 1950-1955
13 32 John F. Kennedy, 1950
13 33 Wassily Kandinsky, 1969
13 34 Kimbell Art Museum, 1969-1974
13 35 Joseph Koepfli, 1962-1975
13 36 Edmond Kohn, 1961-1962
13 37-40 Kornfeld and Klipstein, 1961-1973
(4 folders)
13 41 Ernie Kovacs, 1960
13 42 Karl Heinz Krause, 1966
13 43 Kunst Kabinett Klihm, 1954-1958
13 44 Miscellaneous La, 1950-1975
13 45 Miscellaneous Led-Les, 1950-1975
13 46 Miscellaneous Lev-Lew, 1950-1975
13 47 Miscellaneous Li, 1950-1975
Box Folder
14 1 Miscellaneous Lo-Ly, 1950-1975
14 2 Stephan Lackner, 1955-1963
14 3 La Jolla Museum of Art, 1960-1969
14 4 Charles Laughton, 1955-1959, 1964
14 5 Jacob Lawrence, 1958
14 6-8 Rico Lebrun, 1950-1967
(3 folders)
14 9 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1963-1974
14 10 Legal Matters, 1956-1960
14 11 Fernand Leger, circa 1952-1958
14 12 Leicester Galleries, 1949, 1953-1968
14 13 Jack Lemmon, 1963-1976
14 14 Sarah Lewis Estate, 1964
14 15 Orme Lewis, 1959-1971
14 16 Jacques Lipchitz, 1951-1957
14 17 Life Magazine, 1952-1961
14 18 Anatole Litvak, 1950-1959
14 19 David Loew Estate, 1966-1973
14 20 Long Beach Municipal Art Center, 1952-1959
14 21 Long Beach Museum of Art, 1957-1973
14 22 Look Magazine, 1951-1953
14 23-25 Los Angeles - City and County Agencies, 1950-1968
(3 folders)
14 26-30 Los Angeles County Museum - Art Rental Gallery, 1953-1964
(5 folders)
14 31-35 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1941-1942, 1950-1974
(5 folders)
14 36-37 Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Edvard Munch Exhibition, 1968-1969
(2 folders)
14 38-39 Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Picasso Exhibition, 1966
(2 folders)
14 40 Los Angeles County Art Museum Fund, circa 1954-1964
14 41 Los Angeles Furniture Mart, 1958
Box Folder
15 1 Julius Lowy, 1951-1959
15 2 Wright Ludington, 1950-1975
15 3-10 Lumley Cazalet Ltd., 1966-1976
(8 folders)
15 11 Lumley Cazalet Ltd. - Matisse Woodblock, 1975-1976
15 12 Miscellaneous Mac-Mah, 1950-1975
15 13 Miscellaneous Mai-Mar, 1950-1975
15 14 Miscellaneous Mas-Mey, 1950-1975
15 15 Miscellaneous Mi-Moo, 1950-1975
15 16 Miscellaneous Mor-My, 1950-1975
15 17 M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1950-1955
15 18-28 M. Knoedler and Company, 1949-1973
(11 folders)
15 29 M. Knoedler and Company - Telegrams, 1950-1956
15 30 Claire McCardell, 1952-1971
15 31 James McClane, 1950-1972
Box Folder
16 1-4 Jim McGarrell, 1955-1974
(4 folders)
16 5 Jim McGarrell - Exhibitions, circa 1960-1964
16 6-8 Jim McGarrell - Sales, 1961-1965
(3 folders)
16 9 Jim McGarrell - Sales Invoices, 1955-1965
16 10 Jimmy McHugh, 1951-1968, 1974
16 11-12 Madoura Galerie, 1956-1962
(2 folders)
16 13 Maeght Editeur, 1950-1974
16 14 Aristide Maillol, circa 1960
16 15 Margaret Mallory, 1957-1965
16 16 Martin Manulis, 1959-1967
16 17 Frederic March, 1974-1975
16 18 Hans Marcuse, 1953-1954
16 19-21 Stanley Marcus, 1949-1973
(3 folders)
16 22 Hans Marcuse, 1955-1959
16 23-24 Eugene Marich, 1954-1967
(2 folders)
16 25-26 Marino Marini, circa 1954-1968
(2 folders)
16 27 Luella and Sam Maslon, 1951-1970
16 28-29 Gregory Masurovsky, 1969-1970
(2 folders)
16 30 Henri Matisse, circa 1964-1974
16 31 Henri Matisse - Potential Fake Bronze, 1966
16 32 Henri Matisse - Public Auction Catalogs, 1966
16 33 Henri Matisse - Exhibition, 1952
16 34 Henri Matisse - Woodblocks, circa 1965-1976
16 35 Henri Matisse - Photographs, Undated
Box Folder
17 1 Henri Matisse - Insurance Fraud, 1968-1974
17 2-3 Jean Matisse, 1963-1974
(2 folders)
17 4-11 Pierre Matisse, 1949-1974
(8 folders)
17 12 Peter Matisse, 1960-1973
17 13 Roberto Matta, 1960-1965, 1972
17 14 Patrick Matthiesen, 1971
17 15 Morton May, 1952-1971
17 16 Tom May, 1951-1967
17 17 Mayfair Fine Art, 1969-1971
17 18 The Mayor Gallery, 1965-1975
17 19 David Mellinkoff, 1953-1955
17 20 Paul Mellon, 1968-1976
17 21 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1950-1968
17 22 Thomas Miller, 1968-1974
17 23 The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1951-1970
17 24 Harold Mirisch, 1957-1970
17 25 Joan Miro, circa 1971-1975
17 26 Joan Miro - "30 Graphics" Exhibition, 1969-1970
17 27 Joan Miro - Photographs, circa 1969-1970
17 28 Edward Mitchell, 1973
17 29-30 Tom Mitchell, 1940-1965
(2 folders)
17 31 Amedeo Modigliani, 1951-1963
17 32 Claude Monet, Undated
17 33 Henry Moore, 1956-1958
17 34 Giorgio Morandi, circa 1950s
17 35 Robert Motherwell, 1951
17 36 Edvard Munch, circa 1972
17 37 Edvard Munch - Catalog, Undated
Box Folder
18 1-4 Museum of Modern Art, 1950-1974
(4 folders)
18 5 Museum of Modern Art - Insurance Claim, 1970-1972
18 6 Miscellaneous N, 1950-1975
18 7 National Gallery of Art, 1960-1973
18 8 National Museum of Western Art - Tokyo, 1974
18 9 Patricia Neal, 1950-1968
18 10 Edward Newell, 1958-1960
18 11 Gladys Norton, 1955-1965
18 12 Miscellaneous O, 1950-1975
18 13 L'Obelisco Galleria d'Arte, 1955-1967
18 14 Clifford Odets Estate, 1967-1968
18 15 Gerald Oliven, 1953-1955
18 16 Niels Onstad, 1961-1962
18 17 Doris Oppenheimer, 1952
18 18 Walter Oppenheimer, 1961-1968
18 19 Oslo, Norway, 1959-1970
18 20 Miscellaneous Pa-Pe, 1950-1975
18 21 Miscellaneous Pe-Ph, 1950-1975
18 22 Miscellaneous Pl-Po, 1950-1975
18 23 Miscellaneous Pr-Pu, 1950-1975
18 24-25 Louis Pappas, 1951-1968
(2 folders)
18 26-28 Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1950-1972
(3 folders)
18 29 Pasadena Art Museum, 1954-1973
18 30 Jules Pascin, circa 1962, 1970
18 31-32 Peter Paul, 1972-1980
(2 folders)
18 33-34 Paul Kantor Gallery, 1957-1974
(2 folders)
18 35-36 Channing Peake, 1950-1962
(2 folders)
18 37 Katie Peake, 1950, 1971-1972
18 38 Max Pechstein, 1956-1958
18 39 Hugo Perls, 1959
18 40 Klaus Perls, 1950-1953
Box Folder
19 1-5 Klaus Perls, 1954-1975
(5 folders)
19 6 Marianne Perls, 1980
19 7 Eugenie Soderberg, circa 1971
19 8 Phoenix Art Galleries and Museums, 1953-1964
19 9 Pablo Picasso - Printed Materials, circa 1939-1973
19 10-11 Pablo Picasso - Photographs of Works of Art, 1922-1973
(2 folders)
19 12-13 Pablo Picasso - Photographs of Family and Friends, circa 1950-1970
(2 folders)
19 14 Pablo Picasso - Photographs of "Picasso Girl," circa 1950-1960
19 15 Pablo Picasso - Verifications of Work, circa 1948-1963
19 16 Pablo Picasso - Correspondence, circa 1953-1973
19 17 Maya Widmaier (Picasso), 1967-1976
19 18 Maya Widmaier (Picasso) with Frank Perls - Photographs, 1973
19 19 James Pinto, 1952
19 20 Camille Pissarro, Undated
19 21 James Poe, 1950-1963
19 22 James Pollock, 1950-1958
19 23 Vincent Price, 1952-1968
19 24 The Print Collectors Newsletter, 1971-1974
19 25 Quatre Chemins - Editart, 1952-1974
19 26 Miscellaneous Ra, 1950-1975
19 27 Miscellaneous Re, 1950-1975
19 28 Miscellaneous Rh-Ri, 1950-1975
19 29 Miscellaneous Ro, 1950-1975
19 30 Miscellaneous Ru-Ry, 1950-1975
19 31 Richard J. Rasmussen, 1951-1971
19 32 Olie Rauh, 1955-1958
19 33 Vladimir Raykis, 1953-1965
19 34 James Real, 1973
19 35 Reed College, 1963-1964
19 36 Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1970-1971
19 37-39 John Rewald, 1951-1974
(3 folders)
19 40-42 Robert Rifkind, 1955, 1969-1974
(3 folders)
19 43 Robert Rifkind - Litigation Against Frank Perls' Estate, 1975
Box Folder
20 1 Edward G. Robinson, 1956-1971
20 2 Edward G. Robinson - Art Collection, 1955-1956
20 3 Allan Roos, 1962-1964, 1972-1973
20 4 Bernard Rosenthal, 1951-1955, 1973
20 5 Georges Rouault, circa 1958-1960
20 6 Henri Rousseau, Undated
20 7 Peter Paul Rubens, Undated
20 8 Madeleine Russell, 1950-1971
20 9 Niki de Saint Phalle, 1968-1969
20 10 Miscellaneous Sa, 1950-1975
20 11 Miscellaneous Sc, 1950-1975
20 12 Miscellaneous Se, 1950-1975
20 13 Miscellaneous Sh, 1950-1975
20 14 Miscellaneous Si, 1950-1975
20 15 Miscellaneous Sl-Sp, 1950-1975
20 16 Miscellaneous Sta, 1950-1975
20 17 Miscellaneous Ste, 1950-1975
20 18 Miscellaneous Sto-Stu, 1950-1975
20 19 Miscellaneous Su-Sy, 1950-1975
20 20 Saidenberg Gallery, 1953-1974
20 21 Samuel Kootz Gallery, 1949-1954
20 22-23 San Francisco Museum of Art, 1950-1971
(2 folders)
20 24 San Felipe Gallery, 1953-1955
20 25-28 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1950-1974
(4 folders)
20 29 William Saroyan, 1942, 1954
20 30 William Schonfeldt, 1972-1974
20 31 Taft Schreiber, 1965-1968
20 32 Hans de Schulthess Estate, 1963-1967
20 33 Kurt Schweidler, 1969-1974
20 34 Franz Seeman, 1950-1951
20 35 Andre Dunoyer de Segonzac, 1962
20 36 Jacques Seligmann and Company, 1953-1959
20 37 Jennifer Jones Selznick, 1946, 1970-1971
20 38 Richard Sherwood, 1962-1969
20 39 Sydney Shoenberg, 1954-1956
20 40 Sidney Sheldon, 1971-1972
20 41 Harry Sherwood, 1956-1959
20 42 Sidney Janis Gallery, 1951-1961
20 43 Lucille Ellis Simon, 1970-1971
Box Folder
21 1-2 Norton Simon, 1962, 1967-1973
(2 folders)
21 3 Noel Singer, 1964
21 4 George Slaff, 1951-1969
21 5 Marvin Small, 1959-1974
21 6 Caroline Snyder, 1950-1974
21 7 The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1953-1975
21 8-10 Sotheby and Company, 1966-1975
(3 folders)
21 11 Chaim Soutine, 1973
21 12 The Stable Gallery, 1955-1956
21 13-14 Otto Stangl, 1953-1968
(2 folders)
21 15 Stephen Hahn Gallery, 1957-1974
21 16 Ray Stark, 1950-1973
21 17 Gertrude Stein Estate, 1967
21 18 Lionel Steinberg, 1950-1954, 1970
21 19 Saul Steinberg, 1950-1967
21 20 Frederick Stern - Deposition Regarding Authenticity of Painting by Rembrandt, 1973
21 21 Ala Story, 1959-1972
21 22 Barbra Streisand, 1971-1972
21 23-28 James Strombotne, 1957-1965, 1974
(6 folders)
21 29 David Stuart, 1969
21 30 Paul Suttman, 1970-1973
21 31 Miscellaneous T, 1950-1975
21 32 Tamarind Lithography Workshop, 1962-1965
21 33 Rufino Tamayo, 1951-1978
21 34 Ann Taniguchi, 1953-1954
21 35 Lorenzo Tedesco, 1950-1954
21 36 Richard Tetlie, 1966-1968
21 37 Eugene Thaw, 1910-1975
21 38 Travel to U.S.S.R., 1959
21 39 Guenther Troche, 1954-1956, 1966
21 40 Johanna Tuohy, 1964, 1970-1975,
21 41 Miscellaneous U (includes universities), 1950-1975
21 42 United Production of America (UPA) - Raoul Dufy Film, 1955-1956
21 43 United States Customs, 1956-1974
21 44-45 University of California, 1950-1973
(2 folders)
21 46 University of California at Los Angeles Art Council, 1959-1970
21 47 University of Illinois, 1952-1964
21 48 University of Southern California, 1950-1954
21 49 University of Washington - Henry Gallery, 1953-1956
21 50 Miscellaneous V, 1950-1975
Box Folder
22 1 Maurice Utrillo, circa 1959
22 2-5 Curt Valentin, 1950-1956, 1984
(4 folders)
22 6 Elsabe Valcke, 1970-1972
22 7 Vincent Van Gogh, circa 1958-1960
22 8 Leonor Vassena, 1963
22 9 Doris Vidor (Mrs. Charles), 1950-1967
22 10 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1958
22 11 Maurice de Vlaminck, 1957
22 12 Miscellaneous Wa, 1950-1975
22 13 Miscellaneous We-Wh, 1950-1975
22 14 Miscellaneous Wi-Wy, 1950-1975
22 15 Hal B. Wallis, 1963-1975
22 16-18 Howard Warshaw, 1950-1958
(3 folders)
22 19 Lew Wasserman, 1958-1970
22 20 Frederick Weisman, 1963-1966
22 21 The Westland School, 1958-1960
22 22 The Weyhe Gallery, 1949-1954
22 23 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1956-1971
22 24-26 Billy Wilder, 1950-1975
(3 folders)
22 27 James Wilson, 1962
22 28-30 Anne Windfohr (Tandy), 1951-1975
(3 folders)
22 31 Anne Windfohr (Tandy) - Inventory Sheets, circa 1962
22 32 James Wines, 1958-1959
22 33 George Wittenborn, 1954-1974
22 34 Natalie Wood, 1969-1975
22 35 Zao Wou-Ki, 1963-1969
22 36 Paul Wunderlich, 1969-1973
22 37 Miscellaneous Y, 1950-1975
22 38 Audrey Young, 1950-1972
22 39 Stanley Young, 1953-1954
22 40 Miscellaneous Z, 1950-1975
22 41 Charles Zakok, 1952-1956
22 42 Paul Ziffren, 1954-1971
22 43 Pauline Zollner (Soergel), 1970-1972

Series 5: Scrapbooks, 1937-1957
(Box 28; .3 linear feet)

Two scrapbooks document the activities of the Perls Gallery in New York from 1937-1939 and the Frank Perls Gallery in Los Angeles from 1951-1957. The scrapbooks contain carefully dated newspaper and magazine clippings and exhibition announcements.

Box
28 Oversized Scrapbook - Perls Gallery in New York, 1937-1939
28 Oversized Scrapbook - Frank Perls Gallery in Los Angeles, 1951-1957
(2 folders)