Ida Guggenheimer correspondence with Walter Pach and related miscellaneous material, 1929-1951

Guggenheimer, Ida Espen, b. 1866 d. 1959
Activist
Active in New York, N.Y.

Pach, Walter, b. 1883 d. 1958
Art critic, Curator, Painter, Art historian, Author, Etcher
Active in New York,N.Y.; England; Holland

Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (on partial microfilm reel).

Collection Summary: Fifty-seven letters from Walter and Magda Pach to Guggenheimer and a letter from Guggenheimer to Pach, discussing personal and art-related matters; a list of illustrations on art appreciation from the New York Women's Trade Union League; 3 lists of miscellaneous names and addresses; a 15-page essay "Tradition" by Walter Pach, 1934; 3 clippings, 1930-1950; an exhibition catalog for Pach from the Galerie Dru, Paris, 1932.

Biographical/Historical Note: Ida Espen Guggenheimer (Mrs. Jay C. Guggenheimer) was a noted feminist. Walter Pach was a painter and critic.

The donor, Clara Binswanger, is the daughter of Ida Guggenheimer.

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