Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, 1904-1978, bulk 1913-1974

A Finding Aid to the Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records, 1904-1978, bulk 1913-1974, in the Archives of American Art, by Patricia C. Craig, Barbara D. Aikens, Stephanie L. Ashley, Rosa M. Fernandez

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Processing of the collection was funded by the Getty Grant Program; digitization of the collection was funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and the Terra Foundation for American Art

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Historical Information

Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., was counted among the foremost French and American art dealers in antiquities and decorative arts and was among the first to foster and support the growth and appreciation for collecting in the field of contemporary European art. The company's clients included most of the major American and European art collectors of the era, and the art that passed through its galleries often ended up in the collections of prominent American and European museums through the donations of the wealthy benefactors who purchased them from the company. Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., took an active part in promoting such donations as well as providing its own donations and selling paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts directly to many museums.

The company was first established as Jacques Seligmann & Cie. in 1880 on the Rue des Mathurins in Paris by Jacques Seligmann (1858-1923), a German émigré who came to France in 1874 and soon thereafter became a French citizen. The company experienced so much success that in 1900 a new, larger Galerie Seligmann was opened on the Place Vendôme, and Jacques's two brothers, Simon and Arnold, joined the business as partners. Simon served as the company's accountant, and Arnold was in charge of correspondence with the firm's many clients. Jacques remained as the manager and was in charge of all purchases for the firm.

Prominent clients of the company included Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France, the Stroganoff family of Russia, Sir Philip Sassoon of England, and American collectors Benjamin Altman, William Randolph Hearst, J. P. Morgan, Henry Walters, and Joseph Widener. As American clients increasingly came to dominate the company's sales activities, a New York office at 7 West Thirty-sixth Street was opened in 1904. Five years later, Jacques purchased the Hôtel de Sagan (also called the Palais de Sagan by the Seligmann family) in Paris as a location where Jacques Seligmann & Cie. could stage larger exhibitions and receive its most distinguished clients.

In 1912 a family quarrel resulted in a lawsuit that split the company. Arnold remained at the Place Vendôme location, reorganized under the name Arnold Seligmann & Cie., while Jacques consolidated his operations and moved the headquarters for Jacques Seligmann & Cie. to the Hôtel de Sagan. Jacques also opened an additional gallery at 17 Place Vendôme to retain a presence near the company's original location, but this branch soon relocated to 9 Rue de la Paix. The New York office, which formerly had operated out of a single room, was upgraded to larger office space and a gallery at 705 Fifth Avenue.

Jacques's son, Germain Seligman (1893-1978), showed an interest in art connoisseurship from his early years and often accompanied his father to work in the galleries. (In 1943, when Germain Seligman became an American citizen, he dropped the second "n" from his surname, and for clarity his name appears with this spelling throughout this finding aid.) His father taught him how to deal with clients and often assigned him tasks to help in the completion of sales. Germain accompanied Jacques on many business trips and in 1910 was sent to St. Peterburg, Russia, to secure information about the selling price of the Swenigorodskoi enamels owned by the Russian collector M. P. Botkine.

Germain continued to work informally in the firm's galleries until the outbreak of World War I. Within hours of the mobilization order in 1914, Germain joined the French army as a second lieutenant in the 132nd Infantry Regiment of Rheims. By 1916 he was promoted to first lieutenant in the Twenty-fourth Infantry Brigade and in the following year achieved the rank of captain in the Fifty-sixth Infantry Division. Also in the same year, he was assigned as the first French liaison officer to the First Division of the American Expeditionary Force in France, serving as translator for Major George C. Marshall. Seligman was discharged from the French army in 1919 and was awarded the French Croix de Guerre with six citations. (In 1938 Seligman also was awarded the Office of the Legion of Honor from France, and in 1939 he was decorated by General John Joseph Pershing with the Distinguished Service Medal of the United States, in recognition for his service during World War I.)

After his discharge from military service, Germain Seligman actively joined his father's company as a partner in 1920. Jacques Seligmann & Cie. was changed to Jacques Seligmann et Fils, and Germain was placed in charge as the president of the New York office. The strong American art market necessitated Germain's making numerous cross-Atlantic trips each year. Upon the death of his father in 1923, Germain took over as president of both the Paris and New York offices, and the company was once again renamed Jacques Seligmann & Cie.

In the early years of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., the firm carried few paintings, as collectors focused their interest mostly on small objects, enamels, ivories, and other decorative pieces from the Byzantine to the Renaissance eras. Stone and bronze sculptures, medieval and Renaissance tapestries, and eighteenth-century French furniture were the most avidly collected pieces of the era. The galleries of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., reflected its clients' tastes, but soon after the turn of the century art trends began to change.

The 1913 Armory Show introduced many Americans to contemporary European art, and collectors in the United States began to show marked interest in it. The advent of World War I brought much of the art market to a standstill in Europe, but interest in the Impressionists continued in the United States, and it quickly resumed in Europe, as well, after the war. Both collectors and dealers began buying modern art, led by such progressive American collectors as Walter Arensberg, Albert C. Barnes, A. E. Gallatin, Mrs. Horace O. Havemeyer, Mrs. Potter Palmer, Duncan Phillips, and John Quinn, among others.

Under Germain's leadership, Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., began acquiring works by Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cézanne, Honoré Daumier, Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, Henri Rousseau, and Vincent van Gogh. While Germain promoted this trend for modern art in the New York gallery, other family partners did not approve as this was a new direction for the firm. For this reason Germain Seligman looked to establish a new, independent business venture in the evolving field of modern art. He selected as his partner César Mange de Hauke.

César Mange de Hauke was born on March 8, 1900, the son of a French engineer and a Polish mother. After completing academic and art studies in England and France in the years following World War I, de Hauke arrived in the United States in 1926. While in New York City, he was introduced to Germain Seligman by Germain's cousin, René Seligmann, and by 1927 de Hauke had joined Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., as a sales representative.

With their shared interest in modern French painting, Seligman and de Hauke decided to explore the feasibility of sales in this area by forming a subsidiary to Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., that would specialize in contemporary European artists. In 1926 Seligman personally financed the fledgling company, first called International Contemporary Art Company, Inc., and he appointed de Hauke its director, but even before the legal documents setting up the company were completed the name was changed to de Hauke & Co., Inc. Although the bulk of the new company's art purchases took place in Paris and London, the majority of its sales occurred in the United States.

Seligman and de Hauke worked out an agreement allowing de Hauke to purchase works of art that could then be sold as stock inventory of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., or privately under de Hauke's own name. Ownership of paintings was often shared among various art dealers, involving complicated commission transactions upon completion of sale. Seligman provided display space for de Hauke & Co., Inc., at the new, larger gallery of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., now located at 3 East Fifty-first Street. The two businesses were deeply intertwined, as evidenced by the facts that Seligman's financial records include a great deal of de Hauke material and many of de Hauke's records are written on the stationery of Jacques Seligmann Co., Inc.

During the second half of the 1920s, de Hauke showed the work of modern French School artists in New York City. He exhibited works by Pierre Bonnard, Amedeo Modigliani, Odilon Redon, Ker-Xavier Roussel, Edouard Vuillard, and many others. De Hauke was equally interested in French School drawings and watercolors, and the scope of his exhibitions also included works by nineteenth-century masters such as Paul Cézanne, Jacques-Louis David, Eugè00E8;ne Delacroix, Jean Ingres, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Georges Seurat.

Among the exhibitions held at the New York gallery were two highly successful shows featuring the works of Pablo Picasso. The first one, held in 1936, displayed paintings from the Blue and Rose Periods and was soon followed by the 1937 exhibition, Twenty Years in the Evolution of Picasso. The star of this exhibition was Les Demoiselles d'Avignon which Germain had recently acquired from the Jacques Doucet Estate sale.

Despite the bleak economic conditions of the 1930s, the new business venture proved so successful that the other family members of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., withdrew their opposition to expanding into the field of modern art, and de Hauke & Co., Inc., was dissolved and re-formed under the new name, Modern Paintings, Inc. César M. de Hauke was appointed its director, but tensions had crept into the relationship between the former partners, and by 1931, de Hauke had resigned and returned to Paris.

The mid-1930s appear to have been a period of reorganization for the company. By 1934 Modern Paintings, Inc., was also dissolved, and it assets were assumed by Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., and by Tessa Corp., another subsidiary of the firm. In 1935, however, the firm established a new subsidiary, the Contemporary American Department, to represent young American artists. Theresa D. Parker, a longtime gallery employee, was selected to head the department, and she initiated an exhibition and loan program. Soon thereafter, the City of Paris offered to buy the company's building at the Hôtel de Sagan as part of a complicated negotiation for a site for the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la vie Modern 1937. The Paris office of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., reestablished itself at 9 Rue de la Paix, but Germain selected the New York office as the headquarters for Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. Subsequently he filed his legal residence as New York City. Germain's half-brother, François-Gerard, was left in charge of the Paris office operations, although Germain continued to commute between the two offices until the summer of 1939.

During the New York World's Fair of 1939, Germain served as a member of the Exhibition Committee, which coordinated the art section. When the fair was extended for an additional year, Seligman was asked to take responsibility for planning the French art section. World political events intruded, however, and rumors of impending war affected both the European and American economies as well as the international art world. Speculative sales, particularly in Europe, made for a chaotic and unpredictable market. In June 1940 German forces invaded France and occupied Paris. Business for Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., took a dramatic downturn. In the summer of 1940 the Seligmann galleries and family holdings were seized by the Vichy government, along with Germain's private art collection. The family house and its contents, along with almost the entire stock of the Paris firm, was sold at public auction. Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., staff burned the Paris office archives in an effort to keep the records relating to works of art from falling into the hands of the Nazi occupiers, who were looting and shipping art to Germany.

Family members also experienced the pains and changes brought on by the war. Jean Seligmann, a cousin of Germain and the head of Arnold Seligmann & Cie., was captured and shot in Vincennes, France. François-Gerard, a half-brother, was drafted into the army and subsequently joined the French Resistance. Another brother, André, fled France in September 1940 and arrived in New York City, where he opened his own gallery. (He would later return to Paris after the war, but died shortly thereafter from a heart attack.)

Germain applied for a commission in the United States Army in 1942, but his application was initially turned down due to his noncitizen status. Soon thereafter, however, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the second War Power Act, which stipulated that naturalization could be expedited if the individual served in the military during the war. This act prompted Germain to further press his application for a post overseas, citing his citizenship status as fairly inconsequential or at least no longer a grave hindrance. Despite numerous letters exchanged with the War Department, however, his application was eventually rejected due to changes in military personnel policy.

During the war years, the Seligmann company in New York moved from its 3 East Fifty-first Street location to smaller quarters at 5 East Fifty-seventh Street. The first exhibition in this space was held in the spring of 1944. By 1945 the Contemporary American Department was reactivated, with Theresa D. Parker as its head.

In the years following the war, a rapprochement occurred among the family members who had been split since the family quarrel between Jacques and Arnold Seligmann. With the death of Jean Seligmann during the war, Arnold Seligmann & Co. had been left without a director. Germain consolidated the two family businesses, but made separate financial and administrative entities of the Paris and New York offices. Henceforth they were affiliated "only by ties of affection."

During the early to mid-1950s, many of the activities involving Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., centered upon the recovery of looted artwork and property as well as resolving outstanding issues from the consolidation of the various family businesses. The firm was also involved in the sale of several significant collections.

In 1951 Germain was commissioned by the family of the Duc d'Arenberg to sell the family's collection of important illuminated manuscripts, engravings, and select paintings. Jan Vermeer's Portrait of a Young Girl was purchased for over a quarter million dollars.

Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., also handled the 1953 sale of works from the Prince of Liechtenstein's collection and negotiated the purchase of seven Italian marble sculptures that were eventually sold to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation in 1954. From the late 1950s up until the closing of the company in 1977-1978, the exhibitions mounted by the firm seem to indicate a gradual focus back toward drawings and more traditional art. Contemporary American artists continued to be shown as well, but the firm no longer maintained its leading edge in the art market.

Germain, who during the 1940s had written several works, among them a monograph on Roger de La Fresnaye in 1945 and The Drawings of Georges Seurat in 1947, devoted himself more and more to writing. In Oh! Fickle Taste; or, Objectivity in Art, published in 1952, Seligman addressed the importance of political and social climates in understanding the evolution of art collecting in the United States. He followed this book with the 1961 publication of Merchants of Art, 1880-1960: Eighty Years of Professional Collecting which memorialized his father and traced the history of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. Germain's most significant work, Roger de La Fresnaye, with a Catalogue Raisonné (1969), was lauded by art critics and listed among the 1969 "Best Ten Books of the Year" by the New York Times.

With the death of Germain Seligman in 1978, the firm doors closed, leaving behind a legacy of collecting that helped to establish American collectors and museums in the forefront of the international art world. A survey of the major art museums and collections in the United States reveals the significant number of works that were acquired either by sales or through donation from Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. The influence the company wielded is also demonstrated through the network of relationships it built with collectors, art museums and institutions, and other dealers, such as Dr. Albert C. Barnes, Bernheim-Jeune, George Blumenthal, Sen. William A. Clark, the Detroit Institute of Arts, M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art, Marjorie Merriweather Post, Henry Walters, and Wildenstein & Co., among others.

    Date
    Event
    1858, September 18
    Jacques Seligmann born in Frankfurt, Germany.
    1874
    Jacques Seligmann leaves Germany to work in Paris, France, as an assistant at Maître Paul Chevallier, a leading Paris auctioneer. Soon after he leaves to work for Charles Mannheim, an expert in medieval art.
    1880
    Jacques Seligmann opens his own shop at the Rue des Mathurins. An early client is Baron Edmond de Rothschild.
    1893, February 25
    Germain Seligman is born in Paris, France. His mother's maiden name is Blanche Falkenberg (d. 1902).
    1900
    Jacques Seligmann & Cie. is formed when Jacques's brothers, Arnold and Simon, join him as partners and the business moves to the Place Vendôme.
    1904
    The New York City office of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., is established, with Eugene Glaenzer as the manager. Beginning in 1905, Seligmann begins yearly visits to the New York office.
    1907
    Jacques Seligmann is elected a Fellow for Life of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
    1909
    Jacques Seligmann & Cie. acquires the Hôtel de Sagan on the Rue Saint Dominique. Jacques moves the headquarters for the company to this location and reserves its use for the most exclusive and important clients, but his brother Arnold continues to oversee the general operations of the company at the Place Vendôme.
    1912
    A lawsuit between Jacques Seligmann and his brother, Arnold, results in a split in the family company. Arnold remains at Place Vendôme under the name Arnold Seligmann & Cie. Jacques consolidates his activities at the Hôtel de Sagan. He also opens another gallery at 17 Place Vendôme, but this is soon moved to 9 Rue de la Paix.
    1914
    As a result of the split in the family business, a new office and gallery are opened at 705 Fifth Avenue, and Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., is incorporated within the State of New York.
    1914-1919
    Germain Seligmann serves in the French army as a second lieutenant in the 132nd Infantry Regiment of Rheims. Later he is assigned as the first French liaison officer to the First Division of the American Expeditionary Force in France. He is discharged from active service in 1919.
    1920
    Germain Seligman becomes a partner with his father and formally joins Jacques Seligmann & Fils as the president of the New York office.
    1923, October
    Jacques Seligman dies.
    1924
    Germain Seligman becomes the president of both the Paris and New York offices. Several of his brothers and sisters become partners in the firm. Theresa D. Parker joins the New York office.
    1926
    The New York office moves to 3 East Fifty-first Street. Germain Seligman, with César Mange de Hauke, sets up de Hauke & Co., Inc., to sell modern European paintings to American clients.
    1930
    De Hauke & Co., Inc., becomes Modern Paintings, Inc.
    1931
    De Hauke resigns as head of Modern Paintings, Inc., and returns to Paris.
    1934
    Modern Paintings, Inc., is dissolved, and its assets are assumed by Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., and by Tessa Corp., another subsidiary of the parent company.
    1935
    The Contemporary American Department is created as a part of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., and Theresa D. Parker directs its operations.
    1936-1937
    Jacques Seligmann et Fils moves out of its gallery space at the Hôtel de Sagan and briefly reestablishes its headquarters at 9 Rue de la Paix. By 1937, however, the company headquarters moves to New York City. Germain Seligman establishes his legal residence there.
    1939
    World War II begins.
    1940
    During the summer, the Seligmann family house and its contents (at Rue de Constantine) are seized and sold by order of the Vichy government, along with Germain's private art collection and the gallery's stock. The Paris archives of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., is destroyed by the Seligmann staff in order to keep the records from falling into the hands of the Nazis. René Seligmann dies in a New York hospital in June; François-Gerard, Germain's half-brother, is called up to serve in the army and joins the French Resistance. Another brother, André, escapes to the United States and opens a gallery in New York. Jean Seligmann, a cousin of Germain and the head of Arnold Seligmann & Cie., is captured and shot at Vincennes, France.
    1943
    Germain Seligman becomes an American citizen (and drops the second "n" from his original surname).
    1944, Spring
    The New York gallery holds its first exhibition in the new 5 East Fifty-seventh Street location in New York City. During the war years, the firm had moved from its Fifty-first Street location to smaller quarters.
    1945
    The Contemporary American Department is reactivated.
    1946
    After the war, Arnold Seligmann & Cie. is left without a director, although it remains at the Rue de la Paix location. Germain consolidates the two firms but organizes the Paris and New York offices as separate financial and administrative entities.
    1969
    Germain Seligman publishes Roger de La Fresnaye, with a Catalogue Raisonné. The book receives acclaim and is listed on the 1969 New York Times "Ten Best Books of the Year."
    1978, March 27
    Germain Seligman dies.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., records measure approximately 203 linear feet and date from between 1904 and 1978, with bulk dates of 1913-1974. The records include extensive correspondence files, reference material on American and European collectors and their collections, inventory and stock records, financial records, exhibition files, auction files, and the records of subsidiary companies, including de Hauke & Co., Inc., and Modern Paintings, Inc.

Historians and researchers will find the collection an invaluable resource in tracing the provenance of particular works of art. Although in the early 1940s many records in the Paris office were destroyed by Seligmann staff to keep them from falling into the hands of the occupying German military forces, many records survive, as much of the firm's business had previously come to center in the New York office. In all, the remaining records provide a comprehensive view of the activities and transactions of collectors and art dealers in the years leading up to and following World War II.

Correspondence (Series 1) is the largest series of the collection (80 linear feet) and is comprised of extensive correspondence files, primarily between Germain Seligman and his New York office staff with domestic and foreign private clients, collectors, dealers, individuals representing public museums and collections, and international scholars. The New York Office Correspondence (Series 1.1) concerns a wide variety of topics, including routine business matters, but focuses primarily on potential and realized sales and purchases and provenance documentation. Also found is detailed information on financial transactions, commissions, stock inventory, and the travel of Germain Seligman and other staff. Paris Office Correspondence (Series 1.2) is separated into a small subseries and contains correspondence written primarily by Jacques Seligmann from Paris. The subseries General Correspondence (Series 1.3) is the largest subsection of the Correspondence series and contains letters written to and received from clients and other business associates concerning business transactions and inquiries. The subseries Museum Correspondence (Series 1.4) contains letters between the firm and art institutions and museums. The subseries >Germain Seligman's Correspondence (Series 1.5), also arranged in this series, contains not only personal letters but a wealth of information concerning the affairs of the firm. Much personal correspondence was marked "private."

Also of note in the Correspondence series are the Legal Correspondence Files (Series 1.6) and the Inter-Office Correspondence (Series 1.9) and Inter-Office Memoranda (Series 1.13). The Legal Correspondence Files subseries houses correspondence with both U.S. and Paris attorneys and concerns legal affairs and specific lawsuits. Of particular interest are Germain Seligman's attempts to recover Seligmann family and Paris gallery artwork and other assets stolen or confiscated by the Germans in World War II. This small subseries also contains limited information on the stock and inventory holdings of several of the firm's and Germain Seligman's subsidiary corporations, family legal affairs and lawsuits, and other related legal matters. The subseries Inter-Office Correspondence and Inter-Office Memoranda (called fiches by Seligmann staff) include memos between Germain Seligman and his staff about clients, collectors, sales, acquisitions, and other matters. These offer interesting commentary clearly intended to be read by staff only.

Also prominent is Collectors Files (Series 2), which contains numerous reference files documenting the collections of existing and potential clients with whom Seligmann & Co. maintained contacts. The files are arranged by either individual name or institution and reflect the wide scope of collector references maintained by the firm throughout its operating years. The files contain a variety of reference materials, such as photographs, provenance notes, and sales, purchase, and inventory information in cases where the collector purchased from the firm or the firm purchased from the collector. Researchers will find that many of the private and public names that appear in General Correspondence (Series 1.3) appear in the Collectors Files as well. Also found in this series are specific files relating to the Duc d'Arenberg Collection, the Clarence H. Mackay Collection, the Mortimer L. Schiff Collection, and the Prince of Liechtenstein Collection. The firm either handled substantial estate sales for these collections or purchased and sold important pieces from these collections.

Auction Files (Series 3) and Exhibition files (Series 4) trace the sales and exhibition activities undertaken by Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. In the Auction files, researchers will find documentation of auctions of individual works of art owned by the firm and handled by Christie's, Parke-Bernet, and other auction houses. Of particular interest is the 1948-1949 Parke-Bernet auction of the C. S. Wadsworth Trust, a "dummy" trust set up by the firm to dispose of a portion of its unsold inventory. The Exhibition Files house a variety of documentation, such as catalogs and correspondence, concerning the firm's active exhibition history. Many of the exhibitions featured works of art recently acquired by the firm, such as the 1937 exhibition, Twenty Years in the Evolution of Picasso, which included a number of Picassos the firm acquired from Madame Jacques Doucet that year.

Reference Files (Series 5) includes a card catalog to books and catalogs in the library maintained by Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., and a photograph reference index of works of art. Inventory and Stock Files (Series 6) tracks the firm's inventory through a series of stock books and supporting documentation that include sales and provenance information.

Financial Files and Shipping Records (Series 7) consists primarily of records of the New York office, but some Paris office documents can be found scattered throughout. Found in this series is a wide variety of financial records including purchase receipt files, credit notes, invoices, consignment invoices and books, invoices, consular invoices, sales and purchase account books, ledgers, and tax records. The records appear to be quite complete and date from 1910 to 1977. Of particular interest are the purchase receipts and credit notes and memoranda that contain detailed documentation on acquisitions and sales. The consignment invoices provide information about works of art sold on behalf of other galleries and dealers, as well as which galleries and dealers were handling works of art for Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. Although quite large and complex, the financial records offer a comprehensive overview of the firm's business and financial transactions.

The records of subsidiary companies that were part of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., such as Contemporary American Department, de Hauke & Co., Inc., Modern Paintings, Inc., and Gersel Corp. are arranged in their own series. In 1935, the firm established the Contemporary American Department to represent young American artists. Under the direction of Theresa D. Parker, a longtime gallery employee, the department initiated an exhibition and loan program. Contemporary American Department (Series 8) includes mostly correspondence files and exhibition files.

The largest subsidiary company to operate under Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., was de Hauke & Co., Inc. De Hauke & Co., Inc., Records (Series 9) dates from 1925 through 1949 and contains domestic and foreign correspondence with clients, collectors, and dealers; inter-office correspondence and memoranda with Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc.; administrative and legal files; and financial records. Modern Paintings, Inc., records (Series 10) contains the legal and financial files of this subsidiary company, which was established in 1930 to incorporate most of the stock of the liquidated de Hauke & Co., Inc. Gersel Corp. Records (Series 11) contains a small amount of material from this company.

Researchers should note that a scattering of records from most of the subsidiary companies may also be found throughout additional series, particularly Inventory and Stock Files (Series 6) and Financial Files and Shipping Records (Series 7). Records for the firms Tessa Corp. and Georges Haardt & Co., which were also owned by Germain Seligman, are not part of the Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., Records, although scattered references to these two firms may be encountered throughout the collection.

German Seligman's Personal papers (Series 12) includes scattered family and biographical materials, his research and writings files, and documentation of his personal art collection. Found in Family and Biographical Material (Series 12.1) are photographs of family members, including Jacques Seligmann, and of the Paris gallery. Also found is a limited amount of correspondence concerning Germain Seligman's residency status and his desire to obtain an army commission during World War II. Germain Seligman's research and writing files are found in this series and include material for his books: Roger de La Fresnaye, with a Catalogue Raisonné (1969); Merchants of Art, 1880-1960: Eighty Years of Professional Collecting (1961); The Drawings of Georges Seurat (1947); and Oh! Fickle Taste; or, Objectivity in Art (1952). Documentation of Germain Seligman's private art collection is arranged in this series and includes provenance and research files and correspondence concerning his art collection.

Overall, the historical records of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., offer researchers a comprehensive and detailed resource for studying one of the most active dealers in decorative arts, Renaissance, and European contemporary art. The records clearly document the firm's numerous acquisitions and sales of important works of art to well-known European and American collectors and museums as well as Germain Seligman's extensive client contacts and references. The collection offers an insightful, intriguing, and often fascinating view into the complex field of art sales, trading, and acquisition during the first half of the twentieth century, when many major collections in the United States were formed.

Researchers interested in tracing the provenance of individual works of art should carefully check each series of the collection for information to obtain a complete history for any work. Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., staff set up many different files to cross-reference works of art from various angles, such as artist or creator; collector or collection; most recent owner or repository location; stock inventory number, if owned by Seligmann & Co.; and photographic reference files. The task is made somewhat more difficult by the number of commission sales and joint ownership of works of art, often documented solely in the Inventory and Stock Files (Series 6) or the Financial Files and Shipping Records (Series 7). Only by tracing a name or date through the various series can one find all of the information relating to a particular work of art and its provenance.

Arrangement and Series Description

Following is an outline of the arrangement of the collection by series and corresponding box numbers and extent. More detailed information for each series and subseries, along with a box and folder inventory, is found in the Series Descriptions/Container Listings, which can be found by following the series links below.

Subjects and Names

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

Names:

  • Hauke, Cesar M. de (Cesar Mange), d. 1965
  • Glaenzer, Eugene
  • Haardt, Georges
  • Parker, Theresa D.
  • Seligmann, Arnold, 1870-1932
  • Seligman, Germain
  • Seligmann, Jacques, 1858-1923
  • Seligmann, René
  • Trevor, Clyfford
  • Waegen, Rolf Hans
  • MM. Jacques Seligmann & fils
  • Gersel
  • De Hauke & Co., Inc.
  • Germain Seligmann & Co.
  • Eugene Glaenzer & Co.

Subjects:

  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Art and the war
  • Art treasures in war
  • Art, European
  • Art dealers -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Art dealers -- France -- Paris
  • Decorative arts
  • Art, Renaissance
  • Art galleries, Commercial -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Art galleries, Commercial -- France -- Paris
  • Art -- Collectors and collecting -- France -- Paris
  • Art -- Collectors and collecting
  • Liechtenstein, House of -- Art collections
  • Schiff, Mortimer L. -- Art collections
  • Mackay, Clarence Hungerford, 1874-1938 -- Art collections
  • Arenberg, duc d' -- Art collections
  • La Fresnaye, Roger de, 1885-1925

Types of Materials:

  • Gallery records

Provenance

The records of the Paris and New York art dealer Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., were donated to the Archives of American Art in 1978 by Mrs. Ethlyne Seligman, widow of Germain Seligman. A small addition of 19 linear feet was donated in 1994.

How the Collection was Processed

The staff of the Archives of American Art partially processed the collection to a preliminary level in the late 1970s. The collection was fully processed and the finding aid created by a team of professional archivists and archives technicians, including Barbara D. Aikens, Stephanie L. Ashley, Wendy Bruton, Patricia K. Craig, and Rosa Fernandez, between 1998 and 2001, with funding from the Getty Foundation.

Series 1: Correspondence and Series 2: Collectors Files were digitized in 2010 with funding provided by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation. The bulk of the remainder of the collection was digitized in 2010 with funding provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art.


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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, 1904-1978, bulk 1913-1974. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Correspondence, 1913-1978
(80 linear feet)

The largest in the collection, the Correspondence series includes the general correspondence of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., with individuals and museums; the personal business correspondence of Germain Seligman; legal correspondence and other documentation concerning specific and general legal affairs; abstracts of letters sent; a small group of outgoing correspondence; correspondence of staff and agents Theresa D. Parker, Clyfford Trevor, and Rolf Hans Waegen; and inter-office memoranda.

The entire history of the firm, especially the years when the New York office functioned as the primary headquarters of the company, is well documented in this extensive series. The bulk of the correspondence reflects the period when Germain Seligman directed the firm and the New York office, although there is a small series of Paris office and gallery correspondence written mostly by Jacques Seligmann. Researchers will find correspondence with both U.S. and European clients, collectors, museums, dealers, galleries, shippers, U.S. and foreign government agents, bankers, and insurance firms in the General Correspondence (Series 1.3) and Museum Correspondence (Series 1.4). For additional documentation of the firm's business affairs, researchers should also consult Germain Seligman's Correspondence (Series 1.5), which includes not only personal invitations and announcements but also business correspondence that he considered to be of a more private nature. Legal Correspondence Files (Series 1.6) is arranged in a separate subseries and houses several interesting files concerning general legal affairs, specific lawsuits, and attempts to recover Seligmann family and gallery artwork stolen in Paris during World War II. Also of notable interest is the subseries housing the Inter-Office Memoranda (Series 1.13), which includes notations made by Germain Seligman and staff about clients, collectors, possible sales and acquisitions, and many other business matters. The interesting commentary was clearly intended to be read by staff only.

The Correspondence series is organized into the following subseries. More detailed descriptions for each of the subseries follow, with a corresponding box and folder inventory. The bulk of this series has been scanned. Details of exceptions are provided in the arrangement notes for each subseries.

1.1: New York Office Correspondence, 1907-1923

The letters are mostly written by Jacques Seligmann and Germain Seligman while in the New York office on frequent trips to the United States. Between 1920 and 1922, the firm was managed primarily by Jacques's colleague Eugene Glaenzer and nephew René Seligmann and depended on the Paris office for most of its inventory. When Germain Seligman completed his military service shortly after World War I, he became actively involved in the business affairs of the New York office and began to cultivate and increase the number of the firm's clients and collectors in the United States. Jacques Seligmann died in 1923, and Eugene Glaenzer a few months later, and in 1924 Germain became head of the company. Germain then began to dramatically increase the business of the New York office, thus marking the transition of the firm's headquarters from Paris to New York.

The subjects covered in the correspondence are diverse and primarily concern possible sales or purchases. Found are letters to clients, collectors, dealers, and business associates, most of them American. Many of the names appearing throughout the correspondence are also found in the Paris Office Correspondence (Series 1.2), General Correspondence (Series 1.3), and Museum Correspondence (Series 1.4) that follow.

The correspondence is generally arranged in alphabetical order, although some names may appear slightly out of order. Not all names found in the series are listed under the folder headings.

This series has been scanned in entirety.

Box Folder
1 1 A-Al, 1920-1922
  • Abbott, J. B.
  • Ackerman, Phyllis
  • Adams, E. L.
  • Adler, David
  • Alavoine, L. (see L. Alavoine & Co.)
  • Aldred, J. E.
  • Allen, George Marshall
1 2 Am-Ar, 1913-1923
  • Ambassador
  • American Art News
  • American Art Association/American Art Galleries (Thomas F. Kirby)
  • American Express Company
  • American Federation of Arts
  • Anderson Galleries
  • Angus, Richard B.
  • Anson, Mrs. Alfred
  • Armour, Mrs. Laurance Hearne
  • Art Association of Indianapolis
  • Art Center
  • Art Importing Co.
  • Art Institute of Chicago
1 3 Ba-Bi, 1920-1922
  • Bache, Jules S.
  • Bailey, Edith (Mrs. Vernon Howe)
  • Bakewell-Green, Estelle
  • Barnard, George Grey
  • Barney (Charles D.) & Co.
  • Batterson & Eisele
  • Baule, J. B.
  • Bauman, Jack
  • Bayer, Edwin S.
  • Bechtinger, E. F.
  • Becker & Co.
  • Benguiat, Benjamin
  • Bergfeldt, J. V. P.
  • Bermuth, Edith S.
  • Bernard, Judae & Company
  • Berolzheimer, Mrs. A.
  • Berthelot, S. E. Philippe
  • Bescoby, Mrs. B. A.
  • Biddle, Mrs. Antony J. Drexel, Jr.
  • Bigelow, Mrs. David
1 4 Bl, 1918-1923
  • Black, Mrs. Harry
  • Blackstone (hotel)
  • Blair, C. Ledyard
  • Bliss, Mrs. G. T.
  • Bliss, Lillie P.
  • Bliss, Susan Dwight
  • Blum, Henry
  • Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs. George
1 5 Bo-Bu, 1920-1923
  • Bobb, Rita H.
  • Bodker, Albert J.
  • Borchard, Mrs. Samuel
  • Borchard, Samuel
  • Bosworth, W. W.
  • Boyer, Florence H.
  • Bradley, Edson
  • Breeland, Mrs. James
  • Brentano's
  • Brisbane, Arthur
  • Brissac Owen, Mr. and Mrs. William de (see de Brissac Owen, Mr. and Mrs. William)
  • British Passport Control Office
  • Brokaw, Howard C.
  • Brooklyn Museum
  • Bryant, Miss Harriet C.
  • Buckingham, Kate S.
  • Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery
  • Bunn, Henry W.
1 6 Ca-Ch, 1907-1922
  • Caldarazzo, Inc.
  • Carlhian of Paris
  • Carnegie Institute
  • Carolan, Mrs. Francis
  • Central Bureau for Registered Addresses
  • Chalfin, Paul
  • Chambers, W. B.
  • Chatain, Alfred
  • Chiusa, Marquise Della
1 7 Cl, 1917-1922
  • Clark, Charles W.
  • Clark, Stephen C.
  • Clark, William A.
  • Clarke, Augustus W.
  • Clarke, Lewis L.
  • Cincinnati Museum Association
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
1 8 Co, 1920-1922
  • Coburn, Mrs. Lewis L.
  • Coe, W. R.
  • Collector of Port
  • Consulat Général de France
  • Cook, Walter William Spencer
  • Coolidge, J. T.
  • Copley-Plaza Hotel
  • Corporation Trust Co.
  • Coster, Mrs. William B.
1 9 Cr-Cu, 1916-1922
  • Cram, Ralph A.
  • Cravath, Paul D.
  • Cret, Paul Phillippe
  • Crosby, John
  • Cross, John
  • Cruikshank's Sons Real Estate
  • Cunard Steam Ship Company Limited
  • Curtis, Fosdick and Belknap
Box Folder
2 1 D-De, 1915-1922
  • Davidson, Henry F.
  • Davies, Lelwyn (see Wimborne, Lord)
  • Davis, Mortimer B.
  • Dearborn, Mrs. George S.
  • Dearth, Mrs. H. Golden
  • de Brissac Owen, Mr. and Mrs. William
  • DeCamp, Sutphin and Brumleve
  • Deering, James
  • Delalande, J.
  • De Lamar, Alice
  • De Loca, John C.
  • del Monte, Diane
  • de Lucinge-Faucigny, Princess
  • de Périgny, Comte
  • Deschamps, Maurice
  • Desurmont-Mott, Mrs.
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
  • Devries, Maurice
  • de Wild, Carol F. L
  • de Wolfe, Elsie
2 2 Di-E, 1920-1922
  • Diamond, Inc.
  • Dickerman, Watson B.
  • District Attorney's Office, New York
  • Dixon, Eleanor Widener
  • Dorr News Service
  • Dougherty, Paul
  • Doyley, Comte
  • Duke, Mrs. Benjamin N.
  • duPont, Alfred I.
  • Durand-Ruel, Inc.
  • Durant, W. C.
  • Duryea, Mrs. Harry
  • Dutel, Pierre
  • Dwight, Mrs. E. F.
  • Edgewater Tapestry Looms
  • Eggers, George William
  • Ehrich Galleries
  • Eisner, Sigmund
  • Emerson, William
  • Eyre, Wilson
2 3 F-Fo, 1913-1923
  • F. A. Straus & Co., Inc.
  • F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc.
  • Fairbanks, Arthur
  • Farandatos Bros.
  • Farr, Daniel
  • Fearon, Walter P.
  • Feder, Joseph Fuller
  • Federal Trade Information Service
  • Feldman, Edward D.
  • Felsenheld, Emanuel
  • Feuerman, E.
  • Fifth Avenue Association
  • Fifth Avenue Bank
  • Fischer, V. G.
  • Fitzgerald, Edward F.
  • Forbes, Edward Waldo
2 4 Fr, 1921-1922
  • Franco-American Board of Commerce and Industry
  • Frank, Pearl V.
  • Fraser, Charles L.
  • French Chamber of Commerce of the United States
  • French Institute in the United States
  • French Restoration Fund
  • Frey, L. B.
  • Frick, Helen Clay
  • Friedel, Albert H.
  • Friedsam, M.
  • Froehlich, Mrs. E.
2 5 G, 1917-1922
  • Gage, George E.
  • Gardner, John Lowell and Isabelle
  • Gillet, Mme. Edmond
  • Goldman, Henry
  • Gould, Margaret B.
  • Granard, Lord and Lady
  • Gréber, Jacques
  • Greene, Belle da Costa
  • Greenleaf, Richard C.
  • Griswold, Mrs. F. Gray
  • Gunsaulus, Frank W.
2 6 Ha-Ho, 1913-1922
  • Hanatschek, H.
  • Hannon, E.
  • Harding, J. Horace
  • Harriman, Mrs. E. H.
  • Hart, Stephen F.
  • Hast, Miss L.
  • Hastings, Thomas
  • Havemeyer, Mrs. Horace O.
  • Healy, Hon. A. Augustus
  • Hearst, William Randolph
  • Hechler, C. H.
  • Hecht, J. R.
  • Heckscher, Mrs. August
  • Helbrun, Mr.
  • Herrick, Myron T.
  • Hervilly, A. D.
  • Hesslein, Edward J.
  • Hevergon, E. L.
  • Hewitt, Erskine
  • Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.
  • Hiss, Philip
  • Hobbey
  • Hobby, Theodore Y.
  • Hofer, Martin
  • Hoggson Bros.
  • Holander, Barnett
  • Holmes, Jackson
2 7 Hu-J, 1913-1922
  • Hudson Forwarding & Shipping Co.
  • Hughes, Arthur W.
  • Hunt, Clyde
  • Hunt, Leavitt J.
  • Hunter, George Leyland
  • Huntington, Archer
  • Huntington, Henry E.
  • Interview
  • Ickelheimer, Henry
  • Jaccaci, August F.
  • Jaehne, H.A.E.
  • James, Mrs. Arthur Curtiss
  • Jansen, Inc.
  • Jennings, Oliver Gould
  • John Wanamaker, New York
  • Johnson, John G.
  • Jucker, Werner
  • Juley, Peter A.
  • Jusserand
2 8 K, 1913-1922
  • Kahn, Otto H.
  • Keller, Albert
  • Keller, Gustave
  • Kelly, George F.
  • Kleinberger, François (see F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc.)
  • Klinkhardt & Biermann
  • Knoedler & Co. (see M. Knoedler & Co.)
  • Koons, Louis, Jr.
  • Kozminski, Maurice W.
  • Samuel H. Kress & Co. (see Samuel H. Kress Foundation)
  • Kroll, Mr.
  • Kronberg, Louis
2 9 L, 1913-1922
  • L. Alavoine & Co.
  • La France Publishing Corp.
  • Lalor, John Charles
  • Lamont, Florence
  • Lanier, Harriet B.
  • Langdon Hotel
  • Larcade, M. Edouard
  • La Rue, B.V.M.
  • Lawlor, Lily
  • Lazard Frères
  • Leavitt, Charles Wellford
  • Lehman, Allan
  • Lehman, Philip
  • Lenoble, R.
  • Leonard, William Clement
  • Leventritt, Cook & Nathan
  • Levi, Julian (Julien Levy?)
  • Levy, Mrs. B. E.
  • Levy, Florence N.
  • Levy, John
  • Lévy, Regine S.
  • Lewis, Clarence
  • Lewis, K. Park
  • Lewis & Valentine Company
  • Lewisohn, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
  • Libbey, Edward Drummond
  • Liébert
  • Lincoln Safe Deposit Co.
  • Livingood, Charles J.
  • Lobe & Co.
  • Lotus Magazine Foundation, Inc.
  • Louis, Ellis C.
  • Lucinge-Faucigny, Princess de (see de Lucinge-Faucigny, Princess)
  • Luckenbach, Mrs. Edgar F.
  • Lyon, Mrs. B.
Box Folder
3 1 M-Macy, 1913-1922
  • M. Knoedler & Co., Inc.
  • Maass, Mrs. Herbert H.
  • MacCarthy, J. F.
  • Macerow
  • Mackay, Clarence H.
  • Macomber, Frank Gair
  • Macy, Valentine E.
3 2 Man-Mat, 1913-1922
  • Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co.
  • Mann, Harrington
  • Manning, T. F.
  • Marbury, Elisabeth
  • Marshall Field & Co.
  • Martin, Henri
  • Masters, Mrs.
  • Mather, Samuel
  • Mather, William G.
3 3-4 Max-McL, 1914-1922
(2 folders)
  • Maxwell, Elsa
  • May, William B., Jr.
  • Mayer, B. W.
  • Mayer, Eugene
  • Maynard, Walter E.
  • McBride, Mrs. Herbert
  • McCarthy, Thomas
  • McCormack, John Count
  • McCormick, Harold
  • McFadden, George
  • McKinney, Mrs. Price
  • McIlhenny, John D.
  • McLean
3 5 Mee-Met, 1913-1922
  • Meeker, Arthur
  • Mellon, Andrew W.
  • Mellon, Richard B.
  • Mensch, E.
  • Meredith, Sir Vincent
  • Mermet, F.
  • Metropolitan Art Association
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
3 6 Mi-Mu, 1913-1922
  • Middleton, Mrs. Merle Taylor
  • Miller, Mack and Fairchild
  • Millhiser, Mrs. R. V. G.
  • Milliken, Henry O.
  • Milliken, William
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts
  • Missirian, Manouk
  • Moffett, Mrs. George M.
  • Monell, Ambrose
  • Monod, Francois
  • Montagnac, Madame
  • Montani, Fabrizio A.
  • Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont)
  • Morphy-Voitier, Regina
  • Morse, Albert L.
  • Mortimer, Stanley
  • Mosenthal, Philip J.
  • Mott, Dr. Henry Elliott
  • Mountbatten, Lord Louis
  • Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Muchnic, Charles M.
  • Munroe, Louise (John Munroe & Co.)
3 7 N, 1914-1922
  • National Association of Portrait Painters
  • National Stone Renovating Co.
  • Neilson, Mrs. Francis
  • Netter, Gaston G.
  • New York American
  • New York Herald
  • Newton, Honorable Byron
  • Norman Remington Co.
  • Norman, W. W.
  • Norris, M.
  • North German Lloyd Steamship Co.
  • Norton, Charles D.
  • Norton, H.
3 8 O, 1916-1922
  • Oakman, Mrs. J.
  • O'Brian, J. B.
  • Ochs, Adolph S.
  • O'Connor, A.
  • Ogden & Clarkson Corp.
  • Oliver, Robert T.
  • Oriental Navigation Co.
  • Osborne, Loyall A.
Box Folder
4 1 Pa-Ph, 1913-1922
  • P. W. French & Co., Inc.
  • Pam, Max
  • Panama-Pacific International Exposition
  • Parish Watson & Co.
  • Park Avenue Association
  • Park-Lewis, Katharine
  • Parmelee, James
  • Paterson, Rufus
  • Paul, A. T.
  • Pease & Elliman
  • Pell, Mrs. S.H.P.
  • Pennsylvania Museum
  • Périgny, Comte de (see de Périgny, Comte)
  • Permutit Company
  • Pfizer, Emile
  • Pflueger, Carl F.
  • Pforzheimer, Carl H.
  • Phipps, John S. [illegible]
4 2 Pi-Pw, 1914-1922
  • Picemardi, Marquise di Calvatone Fommi
  • Pierce, Daniel T.
  • Pijoan, Joseph
  • Pillsbury, Alfred F.
  • Pisseau, Bernard
  • Pitcairn, Raymond
  • Pitkin, William, Jr.
  • Platt, Charles A.
  • Plaza Hotel
  • Polk & Co. (see R. L. Polk & Co., Inc.)
  • Porter, A. Kingsley
  • Postmaster General
  • Pouch Terminal Inc.
  • Powell, Richard
  • Pratt, Clyde A.
  • Pratt, George D.
  • Price, Samuels & Buckingham
  • Princeton University Press
  • Pulitzer, Mrs. Joseph, Jr.
  • Putnam, Mrs. Eliot
4 3 Q, Quirós, Fray Santos 1916
4 4 R.-Ry, 1920-1923
  • R. L. Polk & Co., Inc.
  • Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton (Eleanor E.)
  • Richardson, Philip
  • Riefstahl, R. M.
  • Riou, Gaston
  • Ritz-Carlton Hotel
  • Rockefeller, John D., Jr.
  • Rolph, Ernest R.
  • Roncin, Gustave
  • Rosenbach, Philip H.
  • Rosenfeld, Mrs. Ernst
  • Rossbach, Leonora
  • Rothbarth, Albert (Albert Rothbart?)
  • Rowe, L. Earle (Rhode Island School of Design)
  • Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and Danish Arts
  • Rubinstein, Stella
  • Ryan, Thomas F.
  • Ryerson, Martin A.
4 5 S-Sat, 1919-1922
  • Sachs, Arthur
  • Sachs, Harry
  • Samuel H. Kress Foundation
  • Sanders, Zelenko & Polstein
  • San Francisco Art Association
  • Santa Fe Art Museum
  • Satinover Galleries
  • Satterwhite, Dr. Preston Pope
4 6-7 Sch-Sev, 1920-1923
(2 folders)
  • Schiff, Mortimer L.
  • Schiffer, Jack W.
  • Schiffer, Sam
  • Schley, E. B.
  • Schmidt, N. Isabel
  • Schniewind, Henry, Jr.
  • Schoellkopen, Walter
  • Schuhmann (Robert) & Co.
  • Severance, John L.
4 8 Sh-Stei, 1920-1922
  • Sheffield, Mrs. James R.
  • Shepherd, Dr. F. J.
  • Sidley, Irene
  • Simonson, A.
  • Simonson, Leo B.
  • Sloog, Maurice
  • Smith, Corina Haven
  • Smith, Dr. Haley
  • Smith, Joseph Lindon
  • Steffenson, Mrs. O. M.
  • Stein, Leonard L.
4 9 Ster-Sto, 1920-1922
  • Stern, Mrs. Benjamin
  • Sterner, Marie
  • Stettenheim, I. M.
  • Steyne, Alan
  • Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T.
  • Stout, F. B.
4 10 Str-Sy, 1920-1923
  • Straubly, Josef [illegible]
  • Straus, Mrs. Herbert N.
  • Straus, Jesse I.
  • Straus, Lionel F.
  • Straus, Percy S.
  • Straus, Mrs. S. W.
  • Suarez, Diego
  • Sullivan & Cromwell
  • Syracuse, F. V.
Box Folder
5 1 Ta-Ti, 1913-1922
  • Taft, Charles P.
  • Taylor, Sir Frederick Williams
  • Taylor, James Duane
  • Taylor, Myron C.
  • Teague, Walter Dorwin
  • Terrisse, A.
  • Thacher, Mrs. A. G.
  • Thomas, Louis
  • Thomitz, G.
  • Thompson, Col. William B.
  • Thorne, Thomas P.
  • Thursby, Mrs. C.
  • Thursley, Mrs.
  • Tim, Bernard S.
  • Timken, William R.
  • Tinelli, F. B.
  • Titus, Dr. Norman Edwin
5 2 To-Ty, 1913-1922
  • Toch, Maximillian
  • Toffler, M.
  • Tonying & Company
  • Town & Country
  • Town Topics
  • Tritton [illegible]
  • Troubetzkoy, Pierre
  • Trumbauer, Horace
  • Turner Construction Co.
  • Turrell, Charles
  • Tyler, Mrs. George F. (Stella)
5 3 U-V, 1913-1922
  • Underwood & Underwood, Inc.
  • United States Cable Censor
  • United States Government Department of the Treasury
  • United States Government Internal Revenue Service
  • United States Government Tariff Commission
  • United War Work Campaign
  • Untermeyer, Samuel
  • Valentiner, Dr. William R.
  • Vanderbilt, Mrs. Alfred
  • Vanderbilt, Mrs. Cornelius
  • Veiller, Frank D.
  • Verget, G.
  • Villa, Alfonso
  • Vimnera, Auguste
  • Viviani, Madame R.
  • von Lossberg, V. F.
  • Voron, H.
5 4 Wa, 1913-1923
  • Wachter Bros. Engineers and Exporters
  • Walker & Gillette
  • Walker, A. Stewart
  • Walker, Charles A.
  • Walker, M. L.
  • Walters, Henry
  • Walton, Bannister & Hubbard
  • Wareham, John Dee
  • Warren, H. D.
  • Warren and Wetmore
  • War Trade Board
  • Warwick House, Ltd.
  • Watts, James
5 5 We-Wil, 1913-1922
  • Weissberger, Herbert P.
  • Wells, Mrs. S.
  • Werson, C. J.
  • William A. White & Co.
  • Whiting, E. B.
  • Whitney, Mrs. Harry Payne
  • Widener, George D.
  • Wilcox, Mrs. E.
  • Wild, Carol F. L. de (see de Wild, Carol F. L.)
  • Wildenstein & Co.
  • Wilhelson, H.
  • Wilson, J. O.
5 6 Wim-Win, 1920-1922
  • Wimborne, Lord (Lelwyn Davies)
  • Wimpfheimer, Charles A.
  • Winthrop, Grenville L.
5 7 Wo-Z, 1913-1922
  • Wood, William W., Jr.
  • Woolworth, F. W.
  • Worcester Art Museum
  • World
  • Wulff, C. A.
  • Zeta-Be Company
  • Ziegler, William, Jr.
  • Zug, George B.

1.2: Paris Office Correspondence, 1914-1930

This small subseries contains letters mostly written by Jacques Selignmann from the Paris office to U.S. clients, collectors, and business associates. Although the earliest date reflected is 1914 and the latest is 1930, the bulk of the letters date from 1921 through 1924 and document the firm's business when the Paris office was its primary headquarters. Many of the same names that appear in the New York Office Correspondence (Series 1.1) and General Correspondence (Series 1.3) are found here as well. Most of the letters are to or from clients, collectors, and dealers concerning possible and realized sales and purchases.

The correspondence is arranged alphabetically. Researchers should note that not all names are listed in the folder inventory. This series has been scanned in entirety.

Box Folder
6 1 A, 1921-1923
  • Ackerman, Phyllis
  • Adler, David
  • Aldred, J. E.
  • Allen, George Marshall
  • American Art Association
  • Archibald
  • Art Institute of Chicago
6 2 B, 1917-1929
  • Bache, Jules S.
  • Baker, George F.
  • Baldwin, Charles
  • Barnard, George Grey
  • Barney Estate Company
  • Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S.
  • Bayer, Laura
  • Becker, Margaret
  • Berenson, Bernard
  • Biddle, Antony J. Drexel, Jr.
  • Bigelow, Henry Forbes
  • Blair, C. Ledyard
  • Bliss, Susan Dwight
  • Blum, Albert
  • Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs. George
  • Boswell, Peyton
  • Bosworth, W. W.
  • Boulanger, Marcel
  • Bouy, Jules
  • Bradley, Edson
  • Breck, Joseph
  • Buckingham, Kate S.
6 3 C, 1917-1927
  • Calder, Sen. William M.
  • Caro, Juan
  • Cass-Gilbert
  • Chambers, W. B.
  • Chase, Henry H.
  • Chatain, Alfred
  • Chenue, J.
  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Clark, Charles W.
  • Clark, Stephen C.
  • Codman, Ogden
  • Coe, W. R.
  • Cohen, William
  • Coleman, Mary Louise
  • Conley, John E.
  • Coolidge, J. T.
  • Cram, Ralph A.
  • Cret, Paul Phillippe
6 4 D, 1917-1929
  • Dalton, Henry G.
  • Davison, H. P.
  • Dearth, Mrs. H. Golden
  • De Canson
  • De Forest, Robert
  • De Lamar, Alice
  • de Montet, Dr. Charles
  • Demotte, G. J.
  • De Vasselot, Marquet
  • de Wolfe, Elsie
  • Dickerman, Watson B.
  • Dillon, Clarence
  • Dorr, Charles H.
  • Dreicer & Co.
  • Dreycer, Michael
  • Duke, B. N.
6 5 E-F, 1917-1928
  • Ehrman, Sidney M.
  • Einstein, Mr.
  • Farr, Daniel
  • Fearon Galleries, Inc.
  • Feulner, Dr.
  • Fiorentini, S.
  • Fletcher, Isaac D.
  • Frank, Stuart H.
  • Frick, Helen Clay
  • Frick, Henry Clay
  • Friedley, Mr.
  • Friedsam, M.
6 6 G, 1918-1924
  • Gerry, Mrs. Peter
  • Glaenzer, Eugene
  • Greenebaum, Fred H.
  • Greene, Belle da Costa
  • Guaranty Trust Company of New York
6 7 H-K, 1917-1924
  • Haardt, Georges
  • Harriman, Mrs. E. H.
  • Helleu, Paul
  • Hewitt, Erskine
  • Higham, Neville
  • Hofer, Martin
  • Horowitz, L. J.
  • Huegate, Wilson
  • Huntington, Archer
  • Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E.
  • Jackson, Jr., Edwin E.
  • James, Mrs. Arthur Curtiss
  • Kahn, Otto H.
  • Kent, H. W.
  • Kessler, George
  • Kieffer, H., Jr.
  • King, Frederic Rhinelander
  • Kleinberger, François (see also F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc., in Series 1.1: New York Office Correspondence)
  • Knoedler, Roland
6 8 L, 1919-1929
  • Lachlan, Jane Law
  • Lalor, John Charles
  • Laurvik, J. Nilson
  • Lazard Frères
  • Lehman, Allan
  • Lehman, Henri
  • Lehman, Philip
  • Levy, Julien (Julian Levi?)
  • Lewisohn, Adolph
  • Libbey, Edward Drummond
  • Liébert
  • Lowenstein, Alfred
  • Luckenbach, Mrs. Edgar F.
6 9 M, 1917-1924
  • Maass, Herbert H.
  • Macy, Valentine E. (see also end of folder)
  • Martin, Ella S.
  • Mather, Samuel
  • May, Pierre
  • Mayer, B. W.
  • McFadden, George
  • McIlhenny, John D.
  • McKinney, Mrs. Price
  • Mellon, Andrew W.
  • Meredith, Sir Vincent
  • Merle & Cie.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Milliken, Henry O.
  • Morgan, Anne
  • Morgan Harjes & Cie.
  • Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont)
  • Morgan Livermore & Co.
  • Mortimer, Stanley
  • Muchnic, Charles M.
6 10 N-R, 1917-1925
  • Nathanson, Mrs. H.
  • Nielsen, Schick
  • Oakman, Mrs. J.
  • Ochs, Adolph S.
  • P. W. French & Co., Inc.
  • Pam, Max
  • Phipps, John S. [illegible]
  • Pitcairn, Raymond
  • Pope, John Russell
  • Réau, Louis
  • Reid, D. G.
  • Rey, Anna
  • Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton (Eleanor E.)
  • Robinson, Edward G.
  • Rockefeller, John D., Jr.
  • Rogers, Henry H.
  • Rosenbach, A. D.
  • Rosenbach, A. W.
  • Rowe, L. Earle (Rhode Island School of Design)
6 11 S, 1917-1924
  • Sachs, Arthur
  • Sachs, Harry
  • Sachs, Paul J.
  • Salomon, William
  • Samuels, Mitchell
  • Satinover, Joseph
  • Schiff, Mortimer L.
  • Schiffer, Jack W.
  • Schiffer, Sam
  • Schinasi, Leon
  • Schuster, Dick
  • Scott & Fowles
  • Severance, John L.
  • Sieben, J.
  • Stern, Mrs. Benjamin
  • Stern, Kenneth Gibson
  • Sterner, Albert
  • Stettenheim, I. M.
  • Steyne, Alan
  • Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T.
  • Stransky, Josef
  • Straus, Jesse I.
  • Straus, Lionel F. [illegible]
  • Straus, Mrs. S. W.
  • Strauss, Lewis L.
6 12 T-V, 1919-1930
  • Taft, Charles P.
  • Taylor, Myron C.
  • Townsend, James B.
  • Trumbauer, Horace
  • Tysen, (Kathleen K.?)
  • Valentiner, Dr. William R.
  • Vanderbilt, Mrs. Cornelius
  • Van Derlip, John R.
  • Vogue
  • von Auspitz, Stefan
6 13 W-Z, 1914-1929
  • W. T. Walters & Co.
  • Wachter, Frank
  • Walker, A. Stewart
  • Walters, Henry
  • Warburg, Felix M.
  • Wheldon & Wesley
  • Whiting, F. Allen
  • Widener, Joseph
  • Willys, John W.
  • Wimborne, Lord
  • Wimpfheimer, Charles A.
  • Winter, Emil
  • Witt, Robert
  • Worcester Art Museum
  • Young, Howard
  • Zimmermann, Dr. E. Heinrich

1.3: General Correspondence, 1913-1978

The largest subseries within the Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., records, General Correspondence dates from circa 1913 through 1978 (bulk 1923-1978) and measures 33 linear feet. The general correspondence thoroughly documents the firm's business in its most active New York years when it was directed by Germain Seligman after his father's death in 1923. Although focusing primarily on the business of the New York office, throughout there is scattered correspondence of the Paris office staff, agents, and shippers, particularly René Seligmann, Georges Seligmann, and A. O. Liechti. Also included is the correspondence of Germain Seligman and the firm's employees, partners, and agents such as César de Hauke, Theresa D. Parker, Georges Seligmann, René Seligmann, Clyfford Trevor, and Rolf Hans Waegen. Researchers should note that additional correspondence of Theresa D. Parker is found in the series housing the files of Contemporary American Department (Series 8). Additional correspondence files for Clyfford Trevor (Series 1.10) and Rolf Hans Waegen (Series 1.11) are arranged in their own subseries as well. De Hauke & Co., Inc., Records (Series 9) is arranged in a separate series and also contains extensive correspondence with U.S. and European clients, collectors, dealers, and agents.

The General Correspondence covers a diverse range of the firm's business activities and focuses primarily on client contacts and potential and realized sales and purchases. Included are correspondence with regular and potential clients notifying them of acquisitions that may be of interest; correspondence with both American and European art collectors regarding complicated sales and purchase negotiations; correspondence with American and European agents, dealers, and galleries concerning possible acquisitions, commissions, and sales; correspondence with American and European shippers, insurance companies, and banking agents; and routine correspondence concerning travel plans, research requests, photograph and publication requests, letters of recommendation and introduction, exhibitions, and restoration and authentication of works of art.

The files are arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and reflect the firm's original arrangement except in cases of obvious duplication or misfiling. Cross-references direct readers to alternate listings or additional references where appropriate. Almost all the names listed reflect correspondence, although a few indicate files with information or letters about that particular individual. The original arrangement was in reverse chronological order in three groups, each group representing a particular date range. For ease of researcher use, the groups were merged into one large alphabetical file, and, in most cases, individual folders were rearranged in chronological order; a few reverse-order folders remain. Each letter of the alphabet has a miscellaneous division housing the correspondence of any name for which there are fewer than five letters, with folders representing an alphabetical range within each letter of the alphabet. For many of the names appearing in the General Correspondence (Series 1.3), there are corresponding files in Collectors Files (Series 2) that provide information about the private collections of U.S. and European collectors.

The bulk of this series has been scanned with the exception of folders containing records relating to subjects such as employee personnel records, or routine and financial transactions unrelated to gallery business.

Box Folder
7 1 A. C. Cooper & Sons., Inc., 1938-1963
7 2 A. N. Marquis Co., 1923-1956
7 3 A. Weinmüller, 1960-1961
7 4 A. Welti-Furrer, Ltd., Zurich, 1953-1955
7 5 Aaron, May Todd, 1949
7 6 Abdy, Sir Robert, 1950-1967
7 7 Abegg, Mr. and Mrs. Werner, 1941-1960
7 8 Abrams, Mrs. Lucien, 1937-1948
7 9 Achelis, E., 1925-1926
7 10 Acheson, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1946
7 11 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1923-1924
7 12 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1925
7 13 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1926
7 14 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1927
7 15 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1928-1933
7 16 Ackerman, Phyllis, 1939-1948
7 17 Acquavella Galleries, 1970
7 18 Adam, Georges, 1950-1951
7 19 Adams, Frederick B., 1971-1972
7 20 Addresses, circa 1946-circa 1951
7 21 Ader, Etienne, 1946-1976
7 22 Adhémar, Jean, circa 1960-1977
7 23 Adler, A. M. (see also Mackay, Clarence H.), 1940-1942
7 24 Adler, David, 1925-1941
7 25 Adler, Thomas, 1937-1948
7 26 Agnelli, Giovanni, 1956
7 27 Air France, 1956-1960
7 28 Aitken, Russell B., 1934-1940
7 Alavoine, L. (see L. Alavoine & Co.)
7 29 Alazard, J., 1952-1953
7 30 Albee, E. F., 1924-1928
7 31 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1932-1933
7 32 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1934-1935
7 33 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1943-1945
7 34 Aldred, John E., 1924-1936
7 35 Aldrich, Lucy, 1931-1941
7 36 Aldrich, William T., 1924-1936
7 37 Aldus Book Office, 1948-1954
7 38 Alex Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1930-1938
7 Alfen, P. van (see van Alfen, P., in Miscellaneous V: Van)
7 39 Alfieri & Lacroix, 1953, 1969
7 40 Alfred Brod Limited, 1964-1965
7 41 Alinari, Fratelli, 1953
7 42 Allen, E. M., 1924-1928
Box Folder
8 1 Allen, George Marshall, 1923
8 2 Allen, Judge Lafon, 1924-1936
8 3 Allen, W. G. Russell, 1931-1938
8 4 Allen, Mrs. William L., 1932
8 5 Alliance Française de New York, 1925-1933
8 6 Allison, John M. S., 1931-1936
8 7 Alsdorf, James W., 1954-1955
8 8 Alsop, Susan Mary, 1975-1976
8 9 Altounian-Lorbet, J., 1937-1950
8 10 Altschul, Frank, 1925-1936
8 11 American Air Lines, 1946-1949
8 12 American Art Association, 1923-1937
8 13 American Association of Museums, 1925-1965
8 14 American Exporter, 1947-1948
8 15 American Express Company, 1924, 1970
8 16 American Federation of Arts, 1923-1932
8 17 American Federation of Arts, 1933-1947
8 18 American Federation of Arts, 1948-1953
8 19 American Federation of Arts, 1953-1971
8 20 American Group (Theresa D. Parker's Dept.), 1934-1935
8 21 American Guild of Craftsmen, 1935-1936
8 22 American Hebrew & Jewish Tribune, 1931-1934
8 23 American Institute for Persian Art & Archaeology, 1931-1936
8 24 American Institute of Decorators, 1933, 1937
8 25 American Lead Pencil Company, 1938-1939
8 26 American Railway Express Co., 1923-1929
8 27 American Shakespeare Foundation, 1928
8 28 Ames, Winslow, 1951-1976.
8 29 Amis de Gustave Courbet, 1970-1976
8 30 Amm, Michel, 1951
8 31 Amor, Inez, 1946-1947
8 32 Anderson Galleries, 1923-1926
8 33 Anderson, Gordon, 1937-1938
8 34 Anderson, Hendrick C., 1929-1930
8 35 Anderson, J. Starr, 1929-1950
8 36 Anderson, Robert, 1925-1930
8 Andria, Ezio d' (see d'Andria, Ezio)
8 37 Anson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, 1926, 1949
Box Folder
9 1 Antique & Decorative Arts League, 1925-1929
9 2 Antique & Decorative Arts League, 1930-1931
9 3 Antique & Decorative Arts League, 1932
9 4 Antique & Decorative Arts League, 1933-1934
9 5 Antique & Decorative Arts League, 1935-1938
9 6 Apollo, 1933-1973
9 7 Araujo, Alfonso, 1942
9 8 Arensberg, Walter C., 1933-1946
9 9 Armour, Mrs. Laurance Hearne, 1923-1926
9 10 Armour, Mrs. Ogden, 1935-1946
9 11 Armsby, Edwin Raymond, 1929-1938
9 12 Armstrong, Mrs. F. M., 1924-1930
9 13 Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp. (see also de Batz, Georges), 1940-1949
9 14 Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc., 1925-1935
9 15 Arnot Gallery, 1923-1929
9 16 Art & Antique Dealers League of America, Inc., 1941-1944
9 17 Art & Antique Dealers League of America, Inc., 1945-1947
9 18 Art & Antique Dealers League of America, Inc., 1948-1957
9 19 Art Bulletin, 1954-1955
9 20 Art Digest, 1926-1939, 1952
9 21 Art in America, 1930-1956
9 22 Art in America and Elsewhere, 1928-1938
9 23 Art in Industry, 1948
9 24 Art League News, 1966
9 25 Art News, 1924-1958
9 26 Art Students League of New York, 1931-1938
9 27 Arthur Ackerman & Sons, 1938-1940
9 28 Arthur Lénars & Cie., 1953-1955
9 Arthur Tooth & Sons, Ltd. (see Tooth, Dudley W.)
9 29 Arts, 1923-1931
9 30 Arts and Decorations, 1923-1935
Box Folder
10 1 Arts Club of Chicago, 1931-1938
10 2 Arts Club of Chicago, 1939-1943
10 3 Arts Club of Chicago, 1944-1966
10 4 Arts Council of Great Britain, 1950-1953
10 5 Arts Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1954-1962
10 6 Arts Plastiques, 1928, 1951-1954
10 7 Atchley, Whitney, 1934-1935
10 8 Atha Exportation Antiquités, 1955-1959
10 9 Aubry, Claude, 1954-1975
10 10 Aubry, Georges, 1954
10 11 Ault, Lee A., 1937-1950
10 12 Aymonier, Genvieve, 1964-1965
10 13 Miscellaneous A: A.-Abreu, 1924-1961
10 14 Miscellaneous A: Accademia-Adler, 1923-1962
10 15 Miscellaneous A: Aeberhard-Alba, 1927-1965
10 16 Miscellaneous A: Albers-Algara, 1923-1961
10 17 Miscellaneous A: Alger-Altschul, 1926-1961
10 18 Miscellaneous A: Ambassador-American Equipment Exchange, 1926-1965
10 19 Miscellaneous A: American International Enterprise-Amtorg, 1923-1955
10 20 Miscellaneous A: Ananoff-Annoni, 1924-1970
10 21 Miscellaneous A: Apeda Studio-Archibald, 1926-1955
10 22 Miscellaneous A: Architectural League-Armstrong, 1924-1974
10 23 Miscellaneous A: Arnavon-Art Dealers Association of America, 1926-1974
10 24 Miscellaneous A: Art Gallery-Arts Weekly 1923-1966
10 25 Miscellaneous A: Ashforth-Atwell, 1929-1967
10 26 Miscellaneous A: Aubert-Ayre, 1924-1965
Box Folder
11 1 Baboin, Aimé, 1946
11 2 Bache, Jules S., 1924-1929
11 3 Bache, Jules S., 1930-1940
11 4 Bachstitz, Kurt Walter, 1930-1938
11 5 Backus, Standish, 1940-1943
11 6 Bacri Freres, 1924-1931, 1955
11 7 Bacri, Jacques, 1956-1972
11 8 Baderou, Henri, 1950-1951
11 9 Baderou, Henri, 1952
11 10 Baderou, Henri, 1953-1954
11 11 Baderou, Henri, 1955-1957
11 12 Baderou, Henri, 1958-1960
11 13 Baderou, Henri, 1961-1962
11 14 Baderou, Henri, 1963-1964
11 15 Baderou, Henri, 1965-1966
11 16 Baderou, Henri, 1967-1969
11 17 Baderou, Henri, 1970-1971
11 18 Baderou, Henri, 1972-1975
Box Folder
12 1 Baer, Curtis O., 1953-1958
12 2 Baerwald, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 1923-1926
12 3 Bahuet, Mme. J., 1950-1952
12 4 Bailie, Earl, 1936-1938
12 5 Baillard, Maude Littlefield, 1929-1935
12 6 Baker, Mr. and Mrs. George F., Jr., 1924-1938
12 7 Baker, Hollis S., 1950.
12 8 Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, 1934-1938
12 9 Baker, Mrs. Walter, 1934-1959
12 10 Bakwin, Dr. Harry, 1930-1941
12 11 Balay & Carré, 1938-1939
12 12 Balay, Roland (see also Balay & Carré), 1939-1952
12 13 Balch, Alan C., 1936-1941
12 14 Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A., 1923-1927
12 15 Ball, Frank C., 1924-1938
12 16 Ball, George A., 1925-1938
12 17 Baltimore, Maryland (Visits and Contacts), 1944-1947
12 18 Bamberger, Louis, 1925-1929
12 19 Band, Max, 1934-1936
12 20 Bangertner, Walter, 1941
12 21 Bankhead, Tallulah, 1939
12 22 Barbee, Stanley N., 1940-1943
12 23 Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. W. T., 1927-1939
12 24 Barclay, Isabella, 1930-1934
12 25 Bardi, P. M., 1959-1967
12 26 Barling, Roy M., 1963-1969
12 27 Barnard College, 1938-1939
12 28 Barnard, George Grey, 1923-1928
12 29 Barnes, Dr. Albert C., 1924-1935, 1941
12 30 Barney, James W., 1924-1946
12 31 Baroni, Giancarlo, 1968
12 32 Barriere, D., 1924-1933
12 33 Barton, Alfred I., 1937-1941
12 34 Baruch, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, 1927-1935
12 35 Bass, John, 1936-1942
12 36 Bassette, Clarence M., 1934
12 37 Bates, Kenneth F., 1934-1935
12 Batz, Georges de (see de Batz, Georges)
12 38 Baudoin, Denis H., 1949, 1951
12 39 Baum, Edgar, 1927
12 40 Baumgarten, Clarence, 1925-1928
12 41 Baur, Mrs. Jacob, 1925-1934
12 42 Bay, Charles Ulrick, 1942
Box Folder
13 1 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1922-1923
13 2 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1924-1925
13 3 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1926-1927
13 4 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1928
13 5 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1929-1930
13 6 Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S., 1931
13 7 Beale & Inman, Ltd., 1948-1962
13 8 Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Chester, 1931-1940
13 Beaufort, Ph. Van Alfen de (see de Beaufort, Ph. Van Alfen)
13 9 Becker, Mr. and Mrs. A. G., 1923-1924
13 10 Behrens, E. Beddington, 1945
13 11 Beers Bros. Co., Inc., 1923-1930
13 12 Bein, Ladislau, 1941
13 13 Belgian Government Information Center, 1948-1949
13 14 Belien, Henri, 1950-1952
13 15 Belin, F. Lammot, 1937-1939
13 16 Bellier, Alphonse, 1933-1956
13 17 Bemo Shipping Company, 1946-1950
13 18 Bemo Shipping Company, 1951-1953
13 19 Bendann, David, 1928
13 20 Benguiat, Vitall, 1925-1926
13 21 Benisovich, Michel, 1941-1943
13 22 Bennett, Edward H., 1924-1927
13 23 Bensimon, S. A., 1936-1939
13 24 Benson, Perry & Whitney, Ltd., 1952-1962
13 25 Bentley-Cranch, Dana, 1963
13 26 Bera, Germain, 1923-1924
13 27 Beran, Mrs. Frances Hoffman, 1949-1950
13 28 Berberyan, Ohan S., 1932-1941
13 29 Berenson, Bernard, 1939-1953
13 30 Beresford, Mrs. Florence, 1930-1932
13 31 Berg, August, 1924-1927
13 32 Berman, Manuel K., 1961-1965
13 33 Bernard, Herbert C., 1964
13 34 Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., 1940-1953
Box Folder
14 1 Bernheim, Claude, 1936
14 2 Bernheim, Gaston, 1935-1936
14 3 Bernheim, Georges, 1936-1946
14 4 Bernheim-Jeune, 1936
14 5 Bernheim, Kurt, 1961
14 6 Bernheim, Marcel, 1937
14 7 Bernheim, Roger, 1934-1949
14 8 Bernheimer, Otto, 1923-1950
14 9 Bernoulli, Dr. Christoph, 1934-1951
14 10 Berstl, Julius and Mrs. L., 1947-1952
14 11 Bertin-Mourot, Theresa, 1951-1959
14 12 Bertschmann & Maloy, 1923
14 13 Berwind, E. J., 1923-1939
14 14 Beveridge, Meryle Secrest, 1976-1977
14 15 Biddle, George, 1934
14 16 Biddle, Mrs. Louis A., 1937-1951
14 17 Biddle, Mary Duke, 1925-1937
14 18 Bier, Herbert N., 1953-1955
14 19 Bier, Herbert N., 1956-1957
14 20 Bier, Herbert N., 1958-1959
14 21 Bier, Herbert N., 1960-1961
14 22 Bier, Herbert N., 1962-1963
14 23 Bier, Herbert N., 1964
14 24 Bier, Herbert N., 1965
14 25 Bier, Herbert N., 1966
14 26 Bier, Herbert N., 1967
14 27 Bier, Herbert N., 1968
14 28 Bier, Herbert N., 1969-1970
14 29 Bier, Herbert N., 1971
14 30 Bier, Herbert N., 1972-1973
14 31 Bier, Herbert N., 1974-1977
Box Folder
15 1 Bigelow, Henry Forbes, 1923-1926
15 2 Bignou, Etienne, 1929-1937
15 3 Bignou Gallery, Inc., 1933-1945
15 4 Bing, Alexander M., 1945
15 5 Bing, Henri, 1946-1947
15 6 Bing, Leo, 1926-1928
15 7 Bingham, Judge Robert W., 1924-1935
15 8 Bird, Charles S., 1929
15 9 Birnbaum, David, 1943-1946
15 10 Birnbaum, Martin, 1941-1943
15 11 Bishop, Richard E., 1934-1936
15 12 Björum, H., 1958-1964
15 Blaas, Guilio de and Lulu (see de Blaas, Guilio and Lulu)
15 13 Blair, C. Ledyard, 1923-1949
15 14 Blake, Mrs. I. Whitney, 1924-1926
15 15 Blasingame, Frank, 1952-1956
15 16 Blaustein, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob, 1941-1946
15 17 Bleichroeder, Baron (Hans), 1928-1932
15 18 Bliss, Lillie P., 1925-1926
15 19 Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods, 1927-1937
15 20 Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods, 1938-1951
15 21 Bliss, Susan Dwight, 1932-1934
15 22 Bloch, Mrs. Martin, 1955
15 23 Bloch, Vitale, 1930-1966
15 24 Block, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh B., 1936-1957
15 25 Block, Leopold, 1925-1928
15 26 Blodgett, Eleanor, 1925
15 27 Bloomingdale Bros., Inc., 1923-1927
15 28 Bloomingdale, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J., 1926-1935
15 29 Blum, Albert, 1924-1940
15 30 Blum, André, 1952-1953
15 31 Blum, Edith and Mabel, 1926-1947
15 32 Blum, Henry, 1923-1951
15 33 Blum, John A., 1957-1958
15 34 Blumenthal, George, 1923-1925
15 35 Blumenthal, George, 1926-1927
15 36 Blumenthal, George, 1928-1931
15 37 Blumenthal, George, 1932 January-November
15 38 Blumenthal, George, 1932 December
15 39 Blumenthal, George, 1933-1946
15 40 Blumenthal, Robert, 1926-1937
15 41 Blumenthal, Walter, 1925-1955
Box Folder
16 1 Boas, René, 1940
16 2 Bode, R., 1932-1934
16 3 Boerner, C. G., 1955-1972
16 4 Boettcher, A. E., 1925-1927
16 5 Bofinger Bros., 1924-1926
16 6 Böhler, Julius, 1927-1965
16 7 Böhler, Julius, 1966-1977
16 8 Bohrmann, Horst, 1937-1948
16 9 Boinet, Amédeé, 1953-1959
16 Boisouvray, Count Guy du (see du Boisouvray, Count Guy)
16 10 Bok, William Curtis, 1924-1927
16 11 Bolton, Eugene, 1936
16 12 Bonardelli, Count Alberto, 1959
16 13 Bond, Robin, 1948
16 14 Bondy, Richard C., 1923-1925
16 15 Bonger, Mme. André, 1949-1952
16 16 Bonjean, Jacques (Jean), 1933-1958
16 17 Bonnier, Gerard and Ake, 1953, 1959
16 18 Book-Cadillac Hotel, 1925-1929
16 19 Books and Catalogs, 1952-1956
16 20 Books and Catalogs, 1957-1967
16 21 Books and Catalogs, 1968-1970
16 22 Booth, George, 1925-1927
16 23 Booth, George, 1928-1945
16 24 Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H., 1923-1941
16 25 Borchard, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, 1923-1933
16 26 Borden, Mrs. John (Mrs. Waller), 1924-1929
16 27 Borgstedt, Mrs. Simone, 1947-1955
16 28 Bori, Lucretia, 1929
16 29 Born, Edgar and Adele, 1923-1928
16 30 Born, Jorge, 1941, 1973
16 31 Boston Evening Transcript, 1930-1931
16 32 Boston, Massachusetts (Visits and Contacts), 1943-1945
16 33 Boucher, François, 1951-1970
16 34 Bouisset, Felix, 1955
16 35 Bourdelle, Pierre, 1932-1977
16 36 Bourgeois, Stephen, 1924-1945
16 37 Bousquet, Jacques, 1963-1969
16 38 Bowes, Major Edward, 1936-1942
16 39 Boyer, C. Philip, 1933-1936
16 40 Bradlee, Malcolm, 1946
16 41 Bradley, Mrs. J. D. Cameron (Helen Sears Bradley), 1936-1943
16 42 Bradley, Morton, 1953-1959
16 43 Brady, Mr. and Mrs. J. C., 1924-1927
16 44 Brady, Mrs. Nicholas, 1924-1935
Box Folder
17 1 Brame, Paul, 1933-1935
17 2 Brame, Paul, 1936-1938
17 3 Brame, Paul, 1939-1971
17 4 Braque, Georges, 1938, 1947
17 5 Brass, Alessandro, 1950
17 6 Brass, Italico, 1934-1935
17 7 Braun, John F., 1925-1926
17 Braux, Georges de (see de Braux, Georges)
17 8 Breneiser, John Day, 1934-1935
17 9 Brennan, Albert A., 1924-1926
17 10 Brentano's, 1926-1939
17 11 Brewster, Mrs. Robert S., 1924-1926
17 12 Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. Walter S., 1925-1949
17 13 Briére, Gaston, 1951-1958
17 14 Brill, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, 1927-1929
17 Brimo de Laroussilhe (see de Laroussilhe, Brimo)
17 15 Brinn, Lawrence E., 1947-1949
17 16 Brisbane, Arthur, 1923-1924
17 Brisis, le Vicomte de (see de Brisis, le Vicomte)
17 17 British Broadcasting Corp., 1959-1960
17 18 British Consulate-General, 1944-1946
17 19 Brixey, Richard D., 1924-1936
17 Broglie, le Duc de (see de Broglie, le Duc)
17 20 Brokaw, George T., 1928-1934
17 21 Brooks-Aten, Florence, 1929
17 22 Brown, Clarence F., 1929-1932
17 23 Brown, Davis, 1938
17 Brown, Ernest (see Ernest Brown & Phillips, Ltd.)
17 24 Brown, Frederick, 1925-1927
17 25 Brown, George E., 1955-1957
17 26 Brown, John Nicholas, 1929-1945
17 27 Brown, Vernon C., 1925
17 28 Brown, William J., 1928-1933
17 29 Brown's Warehouse Company, 1937-1958
17 30 Browse, Lillian, 1945-1946
17 31 Bruce, David, 1927-1949
17 32 Brummel, Dr. L., 1953-1956
17 33 Brummer Gallery, 1929-1947
17 34 Bryce, Frank, 1929
17 35 Bryn Mawr College, 1931-1932
17 36 Buchholz Gallery (see also Valentin, Curt), 1941-1961
17 37 Buckingham, Kate S., 1923-1933
Box Folder
18 1 Budworth & Son, Inc. (W. S. Budworth and Son, Inc.), 1935-1960
18 Bueno, Germaine de (see de Bueno, Germaine)
18 2 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Visits and Contacts), 1939-1944
18 3 Buhl, Lawrence D., 1924-1936
18 4 Bührle, Emil and Hortense (see also Drack, Walter), 1949-1951
18 5 Bührle, Emil and Hortense (see also Drack, Walter), 1952
18 6 Bührle, Emil and Hortense (see also Drack, Walter), 1953-1954
18 7 Bührle, Emil and Hortense (see also Drack, Walter), 1955-1960
18 8 Bulkley, Mrs. Jonathan, 1924-1928
18 9 Burchard, Mrs. Anson W., 1925-1926
18 10 Burden, William A. M., 1947-1951
18 11 Burdon-Muller, Rowland, 1928-1950
18 12 Burke, Edmund Stevenson, Jr., 1927-1942
18 13 Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson, 1925-1946
18 Burlet, M. and Mme. C. Albert de (see de Burlet, Ch. Albert)
18 14 Burlington Magazine, 1921-1956
18 15 Burlington Magazine, 1958-1961
18 16 Burlington Magazine, 1962-1976
18 17 Burrell, Sir William, 1928-1933
18 18 Burrus, Mrs. Perry, 1938
18 19 Busch-Greenough, Mrs., 1940-1942
18 20 Busiel, Syma, 1935-1958
18 21 Buswell, Leslie, 1930-1939
18 22 Butler, John, 1950-1954
18 23 Buttenweiser, Joseph L., 1935
18 24 Bye, Dr. Arthur, 1929-1942
18 25 Byrne, Mrs. James, 1925-1932
18 26 Byvanck, A. W., 1952-1953
18 27 Miscellaneous B: Babbitt-Badenhop, 1929-1960
18 28 Miscellaneous B: Baer-Baker, 1925-1977
18 29 Miscellaneous B: Bal-Ballora, 1924-1971
18 30 Miscellaneous B: Band-Barcet, 1924-1975
18 31 Miscellaneous B: Bardac-Barney, 1924-1948
18 32 Miscellaneous B: Barnum-Bassiano, 1921-1975
18 33 Miscellaneous B: Bataille-Bazner, 1924-1972
Box Folder
19 1 Miscellaneous B: Beacon-Bekins, 1925-1976
19 2 Miscellaneous B: Belin-Bénard, 1924-1967
19 3 Miscellaneous B: Benda-Benson, 1925-1976
19 4 Miscellaneous B: Berenbau-Berle, 1924-1970
19 5 Miscellaneous B: Bernard-Bernheimer, 1924-1965
19 6 Miscellaneous B: Bernier-Bezancon, 1923-1964
19 7 Miscellaneous B: Bianco-Bimm, 1924-1978
19 8 Miscellaneous B: Bing-Björklund, 1923-1973
19 9 Miscellaneous B: Black Mountain College-Bliss, 1922-1968
19 10 Miscellaneous B: Bliven-Blundell, 1924-1960
19 11 Miscellaneous B: Boas-Bole, 1924-1976
19 12 Miscellaneous B: Boller-Booth, 1924-1971
19 13 Miscellaneous B: Borbely-Boswell, 1924-1970
19 14 Miscellaneous B: Bosworth-Bozzi, 1925-1968
19 15 Miscellaneous B: Bracey-Breslauer, 1925-1977
19 16 Miscellaneous B: Breuning-Briskin, 1924-1956
19 17 Miscellaneous B: Brison-Brouse, 1925-1973
19 18 Miscellaneous B: Brown & Hunter-Brown, Vincent, 1923-1951
19 19 Miscellaneous B: Browne-Bryant, 1924-1969
19 20 Miscellaneous B: Buch-Bunge, 1924-1966
19 21 Miscellaneous B: Bunin-Bussy, 1925-1970
19 22 Miscellaneous B: Buswell-Byrnes, 1923-1961
Box Folder
20 1 C. W. Kraushaar Galleries, 1936-1955
20 2 Cahiers d' Art, 1937-1954
20 3 Cailac, Jean and Paule, 1938-1967
20 4 Cailleux, Paul and Jean, 1937-1973
20 5 Caisse National des Monuments Historiques, 1950-1951
20 6 Callery, Mary, 1949
20 7 Callery, Mrs. Meric, 1937-1946
20 8 Callewaert, Michel, 1935-[1939], 1957-1960
20 9 Calmann-Levy, Editeur, 1951-1962
20 10 Cambó, F., 1927-1946
20 11 Camp, Mrs. Alex, 1938
20 12 Camp, Mrs. Walter, 1939-1941
20 13 Campbell, Arthur Bradley, 1945-1946
20 14 Campbell, James A., 1924-1926
20 15 Canadian Tariff Information, 1922-1926
20 16 Canessa, Ercole, 1923-1935
20 17 Canfield, Cass, 1939-1941
20 18 Carisbrooke, Marquess and Marchioness of, 1931-1935
20 19 Carlebach, René, 1943-1946
20 20 Carlhian, André, 1923-1956
20 21 Carlier, Philippe, 1977-1978
20 22 Carlson, Victor, 1960-1961
20 23 Carlton, Mrs. A. E., 1929-1938
20 24 Carlu, Jean, 1935-1936
20 25 Carmel, Sister M., 1945-1946
20 26 Caro-Delvaille, Aline, 1958-1965
20 27 Carré, Louis, 1929-1949
20 28 Carreras Saavedra, Luis Maria, 1934-1943
20 29 Carreras Saavedra, Luis Maria, 1944-1949
20 30 Carritt, H. David G., 1961-1963
20 31 Carrive, Mme. Jean, 1970-1973
20 32 Carroll, Albert, 1926-1927
20 33 Carroll-Knight Gallery, Inc., 1948
20 34 Carruthers, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, 1923-1928
20 35 Carstairs, Carroll, 1934-1953
20 36 Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Amon, 1938
20 37 Carter, Raymond, 1938-1939
20 38 Cartier, Inc., 1923-1925
20 39 Cartwright, Mrs. Charles Aubrey (Beatrice), 1932-1933
20 40 Cartwright, Mrs. Charles Aubrey (Beatrice), 1934-1939
20 41 Cartwright, Mrs. Charles Aubrey (Beatrice), 1940-1949
20 42 Carvale, A., 1950
20 43 Cassatt, Robert K., 1942-1945
Box Folder
21 1 Cassel van Doorn, Baron, 1941-1943
21 2 Cassel van Doorn, Baron, 1944-1950
21 3 Castano, Giovanni, 1938
21 4 Castaro, Giovanni, 1939-1954
21 5 Castets, Philippe, 1946-1947
21 6 Castiglioni, Camillo, 1930-1953
21 7 Cates, Dudley, 1926-1927
21 8 Central Bureau for Registered Addresses, 1923-1962
21 9 Chadbourne, Emily Crane, 1933-1954
21 10 Chadbourne, William M., 1927-1930
21 11 Chadbourne, William M., 1931-1953
21 12 Chadourne, Paul and Marc, 1929-1948
21 13 Chadwick, Charles H., 1932-1933
21 14 Chaikin, Nathan, 1951-1955
21 15 Chaison, Louis, 1934
21 16 Chalandon, Georges, 1958-1960
21 17 Chalut, Lillian, 1957
21 18 Chapin, Horace D., 1925-1936
21 19 Chaptal, Comte Jean, 1955
21 20 Charles F. Biele & Sons Co., 1923-1927
21 21 Charpentier, Thérèse, 1961-1967
21 22 Chatain, Alfred, 1923-1925
21 23 Chatain, Alfred, 1926-1928
21 24 Chatfield-Taylor, Mrs. Robert, 1942
21 25 Chatham, Richard Thurmond, 1930-1936
21 26 Chattanooga Art Association, 1962
21 27 Chauveau, René, 1947-1956
21 28 Chemical Bank and Trust Co., 1943-1945
21 29 Cheney, Warren, 1934
21 30 Chenue, J., 1926-1933
21 31 Chenue, J., 1934-1935
21 32 Chenue, J., 1936-1939
21 33 Chenue, J., 1940-1949
21 34 Chenue, J., 1950-1953
21 35 Chicago Slide Co., 1934
21 36 Chicago Tribune Ocean Times, 1925
21 37 Chipman, Murray, 1937-1938
21 Chirico, Giorgio de (see de Chirico, Giorgio)
21 38 Chittenden, William J., 1928
Box Folder
22 1 Choate, Mabel, 1925-1948
22 2 Christian Science Monitor, 1951-1953
22 3 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1928-1939
22 4 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1940-1955
22 5 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1956-1958
22 6 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1959
22 7 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1960-1963
22 8 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1964-1970
22 9 Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1971-1975
22 10 Chrysler, Walter P., Jr., 1927-1959
22 11 Cieslak, Judith, 1956-1966
22 12 Cincinnati, Ohio (Visits and Contacts), circa 1944-1945
22 13 Cintas, Honorable Oscar B., 1940-1950
22 14 Claas, Peter, 1964-1965
22 15 Clapp, Willard M., 1923-1926
22 16 Clark, Anthony M., 1958-1961
22 17 Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W., 1921-1948
22 18 Clark, Mrs. Frederick G., 1938-1947
22 19 Clark, G.H.J., 1928-1934
22 20 Clark, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., 1924-1926
22 21 Clark, Sir Kenneth, 1934-1952
22 22 Clark, Melville, 1938
22 23 Clark, Robert Sterling, 1940-1956
22 24 Clark, Stephen C., 1924-1958
22 25 Clark, Mr. and Mrs. William A., 1912-1948
22 26 Clarke, John Lee, Jr., 1943-1970
22 27 Clarkson, Grosvenor B., 1924-1930
22 28 Clarkson, Mrs. Robert, 1925-1948
22 29 Clement-Carpeaux, Mme. L., 1956-1957
22 30 Clowes, Dr. G.H.A., 1938-1957
Box Folder
23 1 Coburn, Mrs. Lewis L., 1924-1931
23 2 Cochin, Denys, 1959-1969
23 3 Cochran, Gifford A., 1929-1935
23 4 Cochran, Gifford, 1936-1967
23 5 Cocteau, Jean, 1957
23 6 Coe, Ralph M., 1924-1950
23 7 Coe, W. R. (includes Coe Foundation), 1922-1924
23 8 Coe, W. R. (includes Coe Foundation), 1925-1959
23 9 Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lewis, 1933-1938
23 10 Cohen, Mrs. Max, 1925-1927
23 11 Cohen, William, 1967-1971
23 12 Colin, Ralph F., 1946-1966
23 13 Colle, Pierre, 1945-1946
23 14 College Art Association, 1931-1938
23 15 College Art Association, 1945-1972
23 Colnaghi & Co., Ltd. (see P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd.)
23 16 Combe, Jacques, 1950-1953
23 17 Commissaires Priseurs, 1959-1974
Box Folder
24 1 Conan Doyle, Denis P. S., 1941-1943
24 2 Cone, Etta, 1934-1947
24 3 Conger, Dr. G. T., 1962-1963
24 4 Conley, John E., 1923-1925
24 5 Connaisance des Arts, 1969
24 6 Connoisseur, 1924-1953
24 7 Constable, W. G., 1939-1970
24 8 Constantini, Countess, 1924-1926
24 9 Consulat Général de France, 1924-1945
24 10 Contini-Bonacossi, Count Augusto, 1969-1971
24 11 Conzett & Huber, 1953-1954
24 12 Cook Collection, 1939-1943, 1950-1952
24 13 Cook, Robert, 1956-1957
24 14 Cooke, Mrs. Clarence, 1924-1929
24 15 Cooke, Mrs. Theodore, 1925-1928
24 16 Cooney, Mrs. J. Patrick, 1974-1975
24 17 Cooper, Douglas, 1936-1969
24 Coppet, André de (see de Coppet, André)
24 18 Cornillot, Marie-Lucie, 1952-1976
24 19 Cortissoz, Royal, 1924-1935
Box Folder
25 1 Costikyan & Co., Inc., 1936
25 2 Cote, Mme. Claudius and Jean, 1959-1960
25 3 Cotton, Leslie, 1928-1935
25 4 Countiss, Mrs. Frederick, 1924-1925
25 5 Courtais, Henri G., 1957-1959
25 6 Courvoisier Galleries, 1933-1939
25 7 Coward, Noel, 1929-1938
25 8 Cowles, Alfred, 1945-1947
25 9 Cox, Atilla, 1925-1927
25 10 Cox, Rev. Robert E., 1947-1948
25 11 Cox-McCormack, Nancy, 1924-1928
25 12 Cramer, Ambrose, 1935
25 13 Cramer, S. S., 1947-1949
25 14 Crane, Mrs. Richard T., Jr., 1923-1926
25 15 Crane, Mrs. W. Murray, 1925-1944
25 16 Crawford, Mrs. George, 1940-1948
25 17 Creange, Henry, 1927-1940
25 18 Creative Art, 1928-1933
25 19 Creigton, A. M., 1928-1929
25 20 Cret, Paul Phillippe, 1923-1941
25 21 Crocker, Templeton, 1927-1939
25 22 Crocker, Mrs. W. H., 1926-1929
25 23 Crocker, William W., 1938-1943
25 24 Crosby, Percy, 1934
25 25 Crosby, Percy, 1935
25 26 Crosby, Percy, 1936-1945
25 27 Crosby, William H., 1925-1929
25 28 Cross, Mrs. John, 1935-1948
25 29 Crowe & Co., Ltd., 1955-1956
25 30 Crowninshield, Frank, 1932-1947
25 31 Cue, 1936-1959
25 Cuevas, Marquis George de (see de Cuevas, Marquis George)
25 32 Cukor, George, 1936-1941
25 33 Cunard Steam Ship Co., Ltd., 1924-1928
Box Folder
26 1 Cunningham, John J., 1950
26 2 Cunningham, John J., 1951 February-May
26 3 Cunningham, John J., 1951 June-December
26 4 Cunningham, John J., 1952
26 5 Cunningham, John J., 1953
26 6 Cunningham, John J., 1954
26 7 Cunningham, John J., 1955-1957
26 8 Cunningham, John J., 1958-1959
26 9 Cunningham, John J., 1960-1975
26 10 Cunningham, John J., Jr. (of Van Dyke Gallery), 1924-1925
Box Folder
27 Curt Valentin Gallery (see Valentin, Curt)
27 1 Curtis, Charles P., 1939-1943
27 2 Curtis, Cyrus H. K., 1923-1929
27 3 Cushman, Mrs. Charles T., 1962
27 4 Cutten, Mrs. Rudolf E., 1929-1944
27 5 Cutting, Mrs. Charles Suydem, 1937-1948
27 6 Czartoryski, Prince Olgierd, 1946
27 7 Miscellaneous C: Cabane-Callatay, 1924-1978
27 8 Miscellaneous C: Calmann-Carey, 1924-1976
27 9 Miscellaneous C: Carlebach-Cartier, 1924-1970
27 10 Miscellaneous C: Carver-Cézanne Memorial Committee, 1925-1965
27 11 Miscellaneous C: Chabaud-Charnace, 1923-1967
27 12 Miscellaneous C: Charvet-Chisholm, 1923-1976
27 13 Miscellaneous C: Chouteau-Clyde, 1923-1972
27 14 Miscellaneous C: Coale-Comité National, 1923-1966
27 15 Miscellaneous C: Committee-Coons, 1923-1963
27 16 Miscellaneous C: Cooper-Courty, 1924-1967
27 17 Miscellaneous C: Cousin-Crocker, 1924-1962
27 18 Miscellaneous C: Cromwell-Curry, 1924-1971
27 19 Miscellaneous C: Curtis-Czinober, 1925-1957
Box Folder
28 1 Daber, Alfred, 1933-1961
28 Daehne, Arthur von (see von Daehne, Arthur)
28 2 Dailey, Lois, 1947-1948
28 3 Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Chester, 1926-1947
28 4 Dalton, Henry G., 1923-1940
28 5 Damiron, S., 1951-1975
28 6 d'Andria, Ezio, 1958
28 7 Danforth, Mrs. Murray S., 1933-1948
28 8 Daniels, David, 1951-1973
28 9 Danielson, Mrs. R. E., 1925-1936
28 10 David, Henri, 1947-1960
28 11 Davidson, Jo, 1929-1935
28 12 Davies, Marion, 1929-1935
28 13 Davillier, Baron and Baroness, 1955-1957
28 14 Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V., 1924-1929
28 15 Davis, J. Lionberger, 1924-1930
28 16 Davis, John H., 1954-1958
28 17 Davis, Leopold C., 1929-1934
28 18 Davis, Norman, 1953-1956
28 19 Davis, Richard S., 1958-1969
28 20 Davis, Samuel C., 1925-1938
28 21 Davison, Mrs. H. P., 1928
28 22 Davray, Jean, 1951-1968
28 23 Dawson, H. F., 1923-1937
28 24 Dawson, John W., 1926
28 25 Day & Meyer - Murray & Young, Inc., 1924-1974
28 26 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1940-1946
28 27 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1947-1970
28 28 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1971-1972
28 29 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1973
28 30 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1974-1975
28 31 de Batz, Georges (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1976-1977
28 32 de Beaufort, Ph. Van Alfen, 1959, 1966
28 33 de Blaas, Guilio and Lulu, 1928-1933
28 34 de Braux, Georges, 1948-1951
28 35 de Brisis, le Vicomte, 1954-1955
Box Folder
29 1 de Broglie, le Duc, 1953-1954
29 2 de Bueno, Germaine, 1941
29 3 de Burlet, Ch. Albert, 1954-1957
29 4 de Chirico, Giorgio, 1937-1939
29 5 de Coppet, André, 1933-1940
29 6 Decorators Picture Gallery, Inc., 1936-1937
29 7 Decroix, Fernand, 1955-1959
29 8 de Cuevas, Marquis George, 1932-1943
29 9 de Demanoix, Comte Henry, 1937-1956
29 10 Deely, Mrs. James S., 1971-1972
29 11 Deering, Charles, 1923-1925
29 12 de Frey, Dr. Alexander C. (see also de Frey, Mrs. Alexander and von Frey, Dr. Alexander C.), 1946-1947
29 13 de Frey, Mrs. Alexander (Erika) (see also above entry and von Frey, Dr. Alexander C.), 1958
29 14 de Giafferri, Monsieur, 1936-1938
29 15 de Gironde, Comte R. and Comtesse, 1955
29 16 de Goldschmidt-Rothschild, Mrs. R. (Baroness), 1940-1961
29 17 de Graaff, Jan, 1944
29 18 de Graaff, W. H., 1946
29 19 de Groot, Adelaide, 1936-1940
29 20 de Gunzburg, Baron Nicolas, 1938-1943
29 21 De Haspe, André, 1957-1963
29 22 de Hauke, César M., 1926-1929, 1953-1963
29 23 de Hevesy, André, 1953-1956
29 24 Dehner, Walt, 1934-1939
29 25 de Kammerer, Maria, 1932-1955
29 26 de La Fresnaye, Solange (Solange Sternlicht), 1950-1963
29 27 Delaissé, L.M.J., 1953
29 28 De Lamar, Alice, 1923-1935
29 29 Delamare, Alexis, 1923-1931
29 30 De La Rancheraye & Co., 1936-1938
29 31 de Laroussilhe, Brimo, 1960-1973
29 32 de la Tour d'Auvergne, Princess, 1954
29 33 de Levaque, Marguerite Marie, 1953-1957
29 34 Delestre, Gaston, 1954-1974
29 35 Delhaye, Alfred, 1969-1973
29 36 de Limur, Andre and Ethel Mary, 1940-1951
29 37 Dell, Ted, 1976-1977
29 38 Delvaille, G. C. 1973
29 Demanoix, Comte Henry de (see de Demanoix, Comte Henry)
29 39 de Massa, Duc, 1954-1973
29 40 de Menil, Jean, 1946-1947
29 41 Demeurisse, M. A., 1964
29 42 Demogé, Mme. L., 1955
29 43 de Molas, Nicholas, 1937-1941
29 44 de Montesquiou-Fezensag, le Comte Blaise, 1960
29 45 Demotte, Inc., 1921-1932
29 46 Demotte, Inc., 1933-1942
29 47 de Mouchy, Duchesse, 1953-1954
29 48 Denmark-Consulate General, 1935
Box Folder
30 1 de Nobele, F. 1956-1973
30 2 Depew, Ganson, 1925-1927
30 3 Dereppe, Gabriel, 1924-1957
30 4 de Ricci, Seymour, 1923-1938
30 5 Derrick, Robert O., 1926-1938
30 6 de Schauensee, Baron and Baroness Rudolphe, 1940-1948
30 7 de Schulthess, Hans, 1941-1947
30 8 Descossy, Michel, 1952
30 9 des Granges, Donald, 1934-1938
30 10 Design Associates, Inc., 1935-1937
30 11 Design Associates, Inc., 1937-1938
30 12 De Souza, Roberto Pinto, 1974
30 13 De Sylva, B. G., 1938-1946
30 14 de Talleyrand, Marquis, 1930-1948
30 15 Deutsch, Boris, 1933-1934
30 16 de Vaux, Baron Maurice, 1927-1933
30 17 de Veyrac, Marquis Jacques, 1935-1936
30 18 Devigne, Marguerite, 1949-1968
30 19 de Vries, Henry P., 1948
30 20 de Walsh-Serrant, Duc, 1954-1955
30 21 de Wild, Dr. A. Martin, 1953-1955
30 22 de Wolfe, Elsie, 1923-1936
30 23 Dexter, Mrs. Gordon, 1932-1936
30 24 Dezarrois, André, 1955-1956
30 25 Dickerman, Mrs. Watson B., 1929-1955
30 26 Dillman, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh, 1926-1943
30 27 Dillon, Clarence, 1924-1929
30 28 Directory of Directors Company, 1927-1931
30 29 di Segni, Leopoldo, 1956
Box Folder
31 1 Dodd, J. E., 1935
31 2 Dodge, Mrs. Horace, 1924, 1952
31 3 Dodge, Joseph (Hyde Collection), 1939-1962
31 4 Doig, Wilson & Wheatley, 1934
31 5 Dona dalle Rose, Conte Luigi, 1933-1935
31 6 Donahue, James P., 1923-1936
31 7 Donlon, Thomas, 1925-1938
31 8 Doria, Comte Arnauld, 1952-1960
31 9 Dorr News Service, 1923-1936
31 10 Dorrance, John T., 1926-1932
31 11 Dortu, Mme. Georges, 1938-1950
31 12 Douglas, Mrs. Barclay, 1937-1941
31 13 Douglas, Langston, 1933-1941
31 14 Downing, Mr. and Mrs. John F., 1925-1927
31 15 Downtown Gallery, 1931-1958
31 16 Drack, Walter (see also Bührle, Emil), 1952-1965
31 17 Draper, Mrs. R. S., 1935-1937
31 18 Dreicer, Michael (and Estate of), 1921-1923
31 19 Dreier, Katherine, 1938-1946
31 20 Drey, A. S., 1926-1935
31 21 Drey, F. A., 1943-1950
31 22 Drey, Margaret, 1960-1962
31 23 Drey, Paul, 1931-1953
31 24 Dreyfus, Richard, 1968-1969
31 25 Drury, Francis E., 1924-1926
31 26 Dubois, Evelyn, 1969
31 27 du Boisouvray, Count Guy, 1954, 1960
31 28 Dubourg, Jacques, 1935-1974
31 29 Dubrujeaud, J., 1937-1949
31 30 Duffy, James F., Jr., 1968-1969
31 du Fontenioux, le Vicomte G. (see Fontenioux, le Vicomte G. du)
31 31 Dugas, Mlle., 1954-1955
31 32 Duits, Clifford, 1957-1960
31 33 Duits, W. E., 1928-1932
Box Folder
32 1 Duke, Mrs. James B., 1924-1938
32 2 Duke University, 1937
32 3 Dunlap, Charles E., 1939-1964
32 4 duPont, Alfred I., 1924-1936
32 5 Dupont, Henry F., 1923-1943
32 6 Dupont, Jacques, 1950-1967
32 7 Du Pont, Lammott, 1923-1932
32 8 Durand-Ruel, Inc., 1935-1950
32 9 Durant, W. C., 1925-1929
32 10 Durfey, Frank, 1929
32 11 Durlacher Bros., 1926-1954
32 12 Durlacher, George L., 1924-1942
32 13 Durney-Bernsteen, Mme. Monique, 1953-1956
32 14 Dutey-Harispe, 1926-1929
32 15 Duthuit-Matisse, Marguerite, 1949-1950
32 16 Duval, Paul, 1956-1961
32 17 Duveen Brothers, Inc., 1928-1954
32 18 Dwight, Voorhis & Helmsley, Inc., 1940-1945
32 19 Dyer, George R., 1936-1948
32 20 Miscellaneous D: D-Danielson, 1924-1975
32 21 Miscellaneous D: Dargnies-Decour, 1923-1970
32 22 Miscellaneous D: Dedrick-Delforge, 1925-1965
32 23 Miscellaneous D: Dellett-Desclaux, 1924-1969
32 24 Miscellaneous D: Desjardins-De Wolfe, 1925-1973
32 25 Miscellaneous D: Dhainaut-di Zoppola, 1923-1966
32 26 Miscellaneous D: Dobbins-Donnelly, 1925-1970
32 27 Miscellaneous D: Dorn-Doyle, 1923-1967
32 28 Miscellaneous D: Drake-Drutman, 1925-1962
32 29 Miscellaneous D: Du-Dunseith, 1924-1978
32 30 Miscellaneous D: Dupont-Dyer, 1923-1957
Box Folder
33 1 E. L. Hildreth & Co., 1939
33 2 Earl, Maud, 1927-1928
33 3 Eastman, George, 1924-1929
33 4 Easton, Linwood, 1934-1935
33 5 Eccles, Dr. George W., 1931-1936
33 6 Ederheimer, Richard, 1925-1942
33 7 Edinburg, Mrs. Joseph M., 1958-1971
33 8 Editions Aimery Somogy, 1951
33 9 Edmiston, Rodman W., 1934-1938
33 10 Edwards, Edward W., 1924-1940
33 11 Edwards, R. J., 1925-1928
33 12 Edwards, W. Neilson, 1930-1936
33 13 Ehret, Mr. and Mrs. George, Jr., 1923-1927
33 14 Ehret, Mrs. Louis J., 1927-1930
33 15 Ehrich Galleries, 1932-1935
33 16 Ehrlich, Alfred, 1939
33 17 Ehrman, Mrs. Ernest, 1926-1927
33 18 Ehrman, Mrs. Sidney M., 1923-1938
33 19 Ehrmann, Jean, 1949-1969
33 20 Eichholz, Robert B., 1944-1950
33 21 Eisendrath, William, Jr., 1943-1952
33 22 Eisner, Isidore, 1926-1929
33 23 Eisner, Mr. and Mrs. Mark, 1938-1939
33 24 Eissler, Dr. Herman and Hortense, 1940-1964
33 25 Eitner, Lorenz, undated
33 26 Elbert, Mrs. Robert G., 1929-1936
33 27 Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc., 1943
33 28 Elizabethan Club, 1939
33 29 Elkins, Frances A., 1938-1941
33 30 Elkins, George W., 1924-1948
33 31 Elkins, Mrs. William, 1948
33 32 Ellis, Theodore T., 1932-1933
33 33 Elsen, Albert, 1950
33 34 Emery, Thomas J. and J. J., 1925-1946
33 35 Empire Trust Company, 1924-1927
Box Folder
34 1-4 Employment Correspondence File, 1935-1966
(4 folders; not scanned)
34 5 Endicott, Col. W., 1924-1929
34 6 Enos, Mrs. E. A., 1924-1929
34 7 Epstein, Jacob, 1923-1936
34 8 Epstein, Max, 1923-1944
34 9 Erbach-Erbach, Frans Graf zu, 1954
34 10 Erbe, Gustav, Jr., 1934-1937
34 11 Erich S. Hermann, Inc., 1941-1948
34 12 Erickson, A. W. 1926-1950
34 13 Erickson, Colonel H., 1930-1931
34 14 Erlanger, Arthur L., 1932-1958
34 15 Erlanger, Phillippe, 1955-1959
34 16 Ernest Brown & Phillips, Ltd., 1933-1935
34 17 Ernould-Gandouet, Marielle, 1965-1966
34 18 Ernst, Rudolf J., 1941-1977
34 19 Errera, Mrs. Jacqueline, 1941-1942
34 20 Escholier, Mme. Raymond, 1954-1959
34 21 Esherick, Wharton, 1934-1936
34 22 Esnault-Pelterie, Robert, 1949-1954
34 23 Estrangin, Henri, 1941-1946
Box Folder
35 1 European Correspondence Logs, 1971
35 2 European Correspondence Logs, 1972
35 3 European Correspondence Logs, 1973
35 4 Exton, Manning P. M., 1936-1975
35 5 Miscellaneous E: Earley-Edwards, 1925-1963
35 6 Miscellaneous E: Eeckhout-Eisler, 1927-1969
35 7 Miscellaneous E: Elbogen-Encyclopedia Britannica, 1923-1978
35 8 Miscellaneous E: Endicott-Erlanger, 1925-1963
35 9 Miscellaneous E: Ernst-Eyraud, 1924-1962
35 10 F. A. Bernett Books, 1954-1956
35 11 F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc., 1921-1929
35 12 F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc., 1929
35 13 F. L. Kraemer & Co., 1935-1952
35 14 Fabius Frères, 1949-1950
35 15 Fagothey, James, 1940
35 16 Fahnestock, William, 1925-1933
35 17 Falcke Art Association, 1935-1936
35 18 Falcke, Capt. Shirley, 1934
35 19 Farago, Joseph, 1938-1973
35 20 Farley, Elsie Sloan, 1927-1934
35 21 Farr, Daniel, 1926-1941
35 22 Farrell, James A., 1925-1933
35 23 Fatio, Maurice, 1929-1940
35 24 Faucher, J. A., 1923
35 25 Faulkner, Mrs. Edward D., 1924-1926
35 26 Faust, Edward, 1923-1929
35 27 Fearon Galleries, Inc., 1923-1931
35 28 Feathers, Mrs. Leonard C., 1934
35 29 Federation de L'Alliance Française, 1924-1932
35 30 Federation of French Veterans of the Great Wars, 1924-1929
35 31 Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropies, 1926-1966
35 32 Feheley, M., 1957-1960
35 33 Feigen, Richard L., 1955-1972
35 34 Feilchenfeldt, Marianne and Walter, 1948-1974
35 35 Feist, Dr. Hans, 1938
Box Folder
36 1 Felix, Mr. and Mrs. David, 1932-1968
36 2 Ferargil Galleries, 1931-1935
36 3 Fermon, Edouard, 1924-1927
36 4 Feron-Stoclet, Mme. Lucien, 1953-1956
36 5 Ferrari, Dottore Orest, 1971-1972
36 6 Ferrario, Guido, 1948
36 7 Ferraton, Alain, 1976-1977
36 8 Fidelity Storage and Warehouse, 1926
36 9 Field, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, 1924-1940
36 10 Fifield, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B., 1963-1964
36 11 Fifth Avenue Association, 1923-1936
36 12-18 Fifth Avenue Bank, 1923-1925, 1936
(7 folders; not scanned)
Box Folder
37 1 Fine Art Galleries, 1926-1932
37 2 Fine Art, Ltd., 1942-1943
37 3 Fine Arts, 1930-1932
37 4 Fine Arts Associates, 1946-1958
37 5 Fink, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H., 1955-1963
37 6 Finley, David E., 1930-1939
37 7 Finney, Olin, 1928-1929
37 8 Fischer, H. R., 1958
37 9 Fisher, Charles T., 1925-1939
37 10 Fisher, Edward, 1927
37 11 Fisher, Frederic, 1924-1941
37 12 Fisher, Lawrence, 1929-1933
37 13 Fisher, Mrs. Walter Harrison, 1938
37 14 Flammarion, Ernest, 1960-1975
37 15 Flanigan, Mr. and Mrs. John V., 1923-1928
37 16 Flechtheim, Alfred (and Estate of), 1932-1946
37 17 Fleischman, Lawrence A., 1962-1968
37 18 Fleischmann, Julius, 1925-1936
37 19 Fleischmann, Mrs. Lily, 1926-1936
37 20 Fleischmann, Marcel, 1939-1946
37 21 Fleishhacker, Herbert, 1925-1940
37 22 Flesh, L. M., 1925-1934
37 23 Fletcher, Herman W., 1950-1953
37 24 Fleury, Jacques, 1954
37 25 Flint, Ralph, 1931-1935
37 26 Florsheim, Mr. and Mrs. Harold, 1937-1953
37 27 Florsheim, Richard, 1940-1956
37 28 Fluegelman, Nathan, 1924-1926
37 29 Folville, Jacques (Liège), 1964-1972
37 30 Fondation Wildenstein, 1974-1978
37 31 Fontenioux, le Vicomte G. du, 1955
37 32 Ford, Edsel B., 1924-1940
37 33 Ford Foundation, 1958-1962
Box Folder
38 1 Foreman, Gerhard, 1928
38 2 Forest Divonne, Countesse de la, 1966-1967
38 3 Forhan Company, 1927-1929
38 4 Fournier, H., 1968-1971
38 5 Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Byron C., 1933-1954
38 6 Fraenkel, Osmond, K., 1928-1944
38 7 France Forever (Boston Chapter), 1941-1943
38 8 Francis, Henry S., 1968-1976
38 9 Francis, Muriel, 1951-1976
38 10 Frank, Jean Michel, 1938-circa 1941
38 11 Frank Partridge, Inc., 1924-1941
38 12 Frankfurter, Dr. Alfred M., 1934-1947
38 13 Franzheim, Kenneth, 1926-1932
38 14 Fraser, Charles L., 1923-1927
38 15 Fraser McLean Co., 1928-1936
(not scanned)
38 16 Frattelli Fabbri Editori, 1969-1972
38 17 Freed, Maurice, 1934-1935
38 18 Frelinghuysen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. B., 1935-1940
38 French & Co., Inc. (see P. W. French & Co., Inc.)
38 19 French Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1925-1941
38 20 French Embassy, 1926-1969
38 21 French Line, 1923-1929
38 22 French Line, 1930-1950
38 23 Freund, Karl, 1937-1939
38 Frey, Alexander C. de (see de Frey, Alexander C.)
38 Frey, Erika de (see de Frey, Mrs. Alexander C.)
38 24 Freyberger, Ronald, 1965-1976
Box Folder
39 1 Frick, Mrs. Childs, 1925-1932
39 2 Fried, Rose, 1948-1949
39 3 Friedberg, Mrs. Carl, 1937
39 4 Friedlander, Dr. Max J., 1937-1955
39 5 Friedman, Harry S., 1947
39 6 Friedman, Mrs. Roy (Frances), 1943
39 7 Frilley, Clotilde, 1942
(includes a list of paintings she would like to sell)
39 8 Frink, Angelika W., 1939-1962
39 9 Froehlich, Mrs. E., 1923
39 10 Frohlich, Lili, 1950-1972
39 11 Frost, Leroy, 1925-1931
39 12 Fry, Marjory, 1937
39 13 Frye, C. H., 1925-1926
39 14 Fuerth, Gustave J., 1924-1925
39 15 Fuld, Felix, 1923-1929
39 16 Fulda, Claude, 1954
39 17 Fulda, René, 1935-1951
39 18 Fuller, Gov. Alvan T., 1925-1926
39 19 Fuller, Gov. Alvan T., 1927-1938
39 20 Fuller, Mrs. Leroy, 1924-1926
39 21 Fuller, William J., 1935-1936
39 22 Furst, Maj. Jacques, 1933-1974
39 23 Furthman, Jules, 1936-1942
39 24 Miscellaneous F: F-Faithful, 1924-1974
(includes 1974 correspondence regarding provenance of van Gogh's Irises)
39 25 Miscellaneous F: Fall-Faure, 1923-1971
39 26 Miscellaneous F: Feder-Fields, 1925-1963
39 27 Miscellaneous F: Fifth-First, 1926-1966
39 28 Miscellaneous F: Fischer-Flayderman, 1924-1962
39 29 Miscellaneous F: Fleischmann-Flynn, 1923-1952
39 30 Miscellaneous F: Fodor-Fox, 1925-1973
39 31 Miscellaneous F: Frame-Frazer, 1923-1970
39 32 Miscellaneous F: Frederick-French, 1924-1974
39 33 Miscellaneous F: Frendo-Fuss, 1925-1969
Box Folder
40 1 G. Clark & Sons, 1935-1938
40 2 G. Seligmann & Cie., S.A. (Geneva), 1925-1934
40 3 Gadbois, Emilien, 1937-1939
40 4 Gaehde, Christa M., 1953-1967
40 5 Gaffe, René, 1940-1968
40 6 Gage, Homer, 1925-1937
40 7 Gale, Mrs. E. C., 1925-1936
40 8 Galerie Beyeler, 1956-1957
40 9 Galerie Bing, 1938
40 10 Galerie Charpentier, 1956-1958
40 11 Galerie de Seine (Anne Goguel), 1958
40 12 Galerie Fischer, 1962-1963
40 13 Galerie G. Cramer, 1960-1963
40 14 Galerie Gerde Bassenge, 1966-1969
40 15 Galerie Hofstätter, 1960-1961
40 16 Galerie Jurg Stuker, 1955-1969
40 Galerie Marcus (see Marcus, Paul)
40 17 Galerie Matthiesen, 1929
40 18 Galerie Neupert A. G., 1937-1947, 1956
40 19 Galerie Otto Schatzker, 1936-1937
40 20 Galerie Rosengart, 1934-1947
40 21 Galerie Sanct Lucas, 1935-1962
40 22 Gallatin, Albert E., 1933-1949
40 23 Gallozzi, Emil, 1953
40 24 Gammell, Mrs. William, Jr., 1940-1942
40 25 Garbaty, Eugene L., 1940-1950
40 26 Garbisch, Bernice, 1934-1936
40 27 Gardner, Dr. Milton M., 1970-1977
40 28 Gardner, Paul, 1935-1957
40 29 Garibaldi, Ferdinando, 1951
40 30 Garreau-Dombasle, Maurice, 1937-1976
40 31 Garrett, Mrs. George, 1946-1947
40 32 Garvan, Mr. and Mrs. Francis P., 1924-1935
40 33 Gary, Judge E. H., 1923-1926
40 34 Gauthier, R., 1958-1964
40 35 Gazette de L'Hotel Drouot, 1957-1963
40 36 Geist, Clarence H., 1932-1948
40 37 Gelnay, Charles C., 1928
40 38 George C. Marshall Research Foundation, 1960-1968
40 39 George, Waldemar, 1962-1963
40 40 George Washington Memorial Library, 1953
40 41 Gerard, Hon. James W., 1932-1935
40 42 Gerbino, Rosario, 1935-1937
40 43 Gerry, Peter, 1924
40 44 Getty, J. Paul, 1938-1972
40 45 Getz-Brown Art Gallery, 1934-1935
40 46 Getz, Carl, 1924-1925
40 47 Giacomotti, Jeanne, 1953
40 48 Gibbings, T. H. Robsjohn, 1938-1949
40 49 Gilbert, Cass, 1925-1934
40 50 Gillespie, Minnie G., 1926
40 51 Gimbel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 1923-1925
40 52 Gimbel, Mrs. Bernard, 1932-1941
40 53 Gimpel, Peter, 1947-1950
Box Folder
41 1 Ginn, Frank H., 1925-1939
41 Gironde, Comte R. de and Comtesse (see de Gironde, Comte R. and Comtesse)
41 2 Givaudan, Léon, 1923-1948
41 3 Glidden, Fred A., 1924-1934
41 4 Globe Shipping Co., Inc., 1927
41 5 Gnoli, Count Umberto, 1930-1948
41 6 Gobin, Maurice, 1933-1948
41 7 Goddard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W., 1924-1925
41 8 Goelet, John, 1963-1972
41 9 Goelet, Robert, 1928-1936
41 10 Goetz, Walter, 1965-1968
41 11 Golding, Samuel H., 1925-1932
41 12 Goldman, Henry, 1923-1937
41 13 Goldman, Robert, 1932-1934
41 14 Goldman Sachs & Co., 1924-1931
41 15 Goldman, William, 1929-1938
41 16 Goldschmidt, Arthur E., 1930-1957
41 17 Goldschmidt, Elise, 1939-1940
41 18 Goldschmidt Galleries, Inc., 1925-1933
41 19 Goldschmidt, Jakob, 1936-1953
41 20 Goldschmidt, Lucien, 1975-1976
41 Goldschmidt-Rothschild, Mrs. R. de (see de Goldschmidt-Rothschild, Mrs. R.)
41 21 Goldsmith, Morton, 1933-1944
41 22 Goldwater, Robert J., 1948-1953
41 23 Golschmann, Vladimir, 1936-1947
41 24 Gomès, Henriette, 1950-1952
41 25 Gomès, Henriette, 1953-1966
41 26 Gondrand Brothers, Ltd., 1957
41 27 Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. William O., 1941-1944
41 28 Goodman-Walker Fine Arts, 1932-1933
41 29 Goodspeed, Mrs. Charles B., 1933-1941
41 30 Goodwin, Philip L., 1923-1949
41 31 Goodwin, Walter, 1924-1926
41 32 Goodyear, A. Conger, 1925-1946
41 33 Gordon, Douglas H., 1934-1949
41 34 Gosline, William A., 1934
41 35 Gotham Glass Co., 1926-1927
41 36 Gottlieb, Mary, 1959
Box Folder
42 1 Goudstikker, J., 1925-1937
42 2 Gould, George J., 1945
42 3 Gould, Mr. and Mrs. William S., 1927-1938
42 4 Gourgaud, Baroness Napoleon, 1947-1955
42 5 Graff, Mme. Veuve and Georges, 1947-1964
42 6 Graham, John, 1936-1946
42 7 Grand Central Art Galleries, 1928-1933
42 8 Grange, Thomas P., 1956-1977
42 9 Grant, Gordon, 1934-1940
42 10 Granville, Pierre, 1957-1959
42 11 Gravel, R. E., 1970-1975
42 12 Gray, Cleve, 1949-1961
42 13 Greater New York Fund, 1938-1939
42 14 Gréber, Jacques, 1923-1936
42 15 Green, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius P., 1955-1960
42 16 Greene, Belle da Costa (Pierpont Morgan Library), 1923-1929
42 17 Greene, Edward B., 1927-1951
42 18 Greenebaum, Adah, 1924-1935
42 19 Greenebaum, Fred H., 1923-1927
42 20 Greenstein, Leon M., 1961-1978
42 21 Gregory & Kruml, 1969-1972
42 22 Griesinger, Mrs. Frank, 1944
42 23 Grigaut, Hubert L., 1942-1961
42 24 Griggs, Maitland F., 1924-1943
42 25 Grillo, Mme. L., 1950
42 26 Grisar, R. F., 1932
42 27 Griscom, Rev. Acton, 1928-1929
42 28 Griseri, Andreina, 1962
42 Griswold Collection (see Canfield, Cass)
42 29 Gruber, Mrs. G., 1956-1960
42 30 Grumbach, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J., 1928-1935
42 31 Grylls, H. J. Maxwell, 1924-1930
42 32 Grzimek, Gunther, 1957
42 33 Gualino, Riccardo, 1955
42 34 Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 1917-1924
42 35 Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 1924-1938
42 36 Gudiol, José, 1958
42 37 Guenther, Peter W., 1961
42 38 Guggenheim, Daniel, 1924-1934
42 39 Guggenheim, Harry F., 1925-1934
42 40 Guggenheim, Peggy, 1946
42 41 Guggenheim, Mrs. S. R. (Irene), 1925-1944
Box Folder
43 1 Guglielmi, O. Louis, 1934-1935
43 2 Guiffrey, Mlle. Solange, 1953
43 3 Guild Hall (Mrs. Loomis), 1958-1961
43 4 Guillaume, Mme. Paul, 1936-1937
43 5 Guinart, F., 1934-1935
43 6 Guinness, Walter Edward (Lord Moyne), 1930-1938
43 7 Guinness, Walter Edward (Lord Moyne), 1939-1946
43 8 Guiot, Marcel, 1936-1950
43 9 Guldan, Dr. Ernst, 1964
43 10 Gulick, J. H., 1925
43 11 Gump, Mr. and Mrs. A. L., 1925-1926
43 12 Gump, Richard Benjamin, 1924-1925
43 13 Gunther, Franklin Mott, 1928-1930
43 Gunzburg, Baron Nicolas de (see de Gunzburg, Baron Nicolas)
43 14 Gutekunst & Klipstein, 1954-1961
43 15 Miscellaneous G: Gabel-Garrat, 1924-1976
43 16 Miscellaneous G: Garrels-Georgia, University of, 1925-1974
43 17 Miscellaneous G: Gerard-Giuseppe, 1924-1974
43 18 Miscellaneous G: Glaenzer-Goldschmidt, 1924-1966
43 19 Miscellaneous G: Goldsmith-Gouvert, 1924-1976
43 20 Miscellaneous G: Grace-Gramercy, 1925-1958
43 21 Miscellaneous G: Granard-Griffin, 1923-1971
43 22 Miscellaneous G: Grillo-Gutzwiller, 1923-1963
Box Folder
44 1 H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, 1934-1935
44 2 Haardt, Georges, 1923-1924
44 3 Haardt, Georges, 1925-1930
44 4 Haardt, Georges, 1935-1939
44 5 Haas, Helen, 1934-1938
44 6 Haass, Mrs. Julius H., 1924-1936
44 7 Haberstock, Karl, 1938
44 8 Hackenbroch, Yvonne, 1960-1976
44 9 Hackenbroch, Z. M., 1924-1927
44 10 Hagerman, Herbert J., 1934
44 11 Haggin, Mrs. James B., 1924-1936
44 12 Hahnloser, Prof. Hans, 1956-1957
44 13 Haight, Charles S., 1932
44 14 Haine & Morant, 1926-1934
44 15 Haine & Morant, 1935-1936
44 16 Haine & Morant, 1937-1938
44 17 Haine & Morant, 1939-1940
44 18 Hallahan, Walter J., 1927-1928
44 19 Halle, Salmon P., 1923-1928
44 20 Haller, Chichio, 1946
44 21 Halphen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 1951-1957
44 22 Halvorsen, Walther, 1947-1951
44 23 Hambourg, Mrs. Mark, 1937-1950
44 24 Hamershlag, Robert J., 1932-1937
44 25 Hamilton, Carl W., 1953-1965
44 26 Hamilton, Mrs. Morgan, 1935-1936
44 27 Hammer Galleries, 1950-1970
44 28 Hammerslough, Alec J., 1948-1953
44 29 Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. John W., 1930
44 30 Hanley, T. Edward, 1937-1960
Box Folder
45 1 Hanna, Leonard C., Jr., 1923-1940
45 2 Hanna, Leonard C., Jr., 1941-1956
45 3 Hanna, Mary, 1924-1936
45 4 Hannema, Dr. D., 1954-1965
45 5 Hanovia Chemical & Manufacturing Co., 1949
(not scanned)
45 6 Hanssens, R., 1947
45 7 Harding, J. Horace (Collection of), 1922-1941
45 8 Harding, Charles B. and William Barclay, 1938-1943
45 9 Hardy, Sen. Arthur C., 1932-1938
45 10 Harkness, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S., 1925-1939
45 11 Harriman, Mrs. E. H., 1914-1934
45 12 Harriman, Mrs. R., 1924-1926
45 13 Harriman, William Averell and Marie (Marie Harriman Gallery), 1924-1946
45 14 Harris, Lionel, 1935-1936
45 15 Harrison, William Preston, 1936-1937
45 16 Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1949-1972
45 17 Hartford, George Huntington, 1929-1958
45 18 Harvard, Michael, 1959-1960
45 19 Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T., 1926-1931
45 Haspe, André de (see de Haspe, André)
45 20 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1938-1951
45 21 Haughton, Mrs. M. G., 1939-1943
45 Hauke, César M. de (see de Hauke, César M.)
45 22 Hauser-Portner, G., 1958
45 23 Hauswedell, Dr. Ernst, 1961-1963
45 24 Havemeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Horace O., 1925-1937
45 25 Hayden, Charles, 1929-1936
45 26 Haydock, Walter H., 1925-1926
45 27 Hayes, Helen (Mrs. Charles McArthur), 1936-1940
45 28 Hayes, Patrick Cardinal, 1925-1927
45 29 Hayward, Leland, 1945-1949
45 30 Hazan, Fernand, 1958-1973
45 31 Hazan, Fernand, 1973-1975
45 32 Hazlitt Gallery, Ltd., 1955-1963
45 33 Hearst, William Randolph, 1923-1932
45 34 Hearst, William Randolph, 1931-1937
45 35 Heastand, F. D., 1947
45 36 Heil, Walter, 1968-1971
45 37 Heilbronner, Alfons, 1940-1974
45 38 Heilbronner, Henri, 1954-1971
45 39 Hein, Mme. R., 1955-1958
45 40 Heinemann, Fritz, 1956
45 41 Held, Dr. Julius S., 1960-1974
Box Folder
46 1 Helft, Jacques (see also Arnold Seligmann-Helft Corp.), 1949-1957
46 2 Hellstern & Sons, 1950-1965
46 3 Helm, McKinley, 1935-1960
46 4 Hencken, William F., 1924-1933
46 5 Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, 1924-1947
46 6 Hendrie, Marion, 1944-1948
46 7 Heniot, Enrique L., 1942
46 8 Henne, George, 1928-1931
46 9 Henschel, Meno, 1933
46 10 Hepburn, Katherine, 1939
46 11 Herbert, Robert L., 1955
46 12 Hert, Mrs. Alvin T., 1930-1934
46 13 Hertzberg Craftsmen, 1947-1948
46 14 Herz, Stephanie, 1928-1960
46 15 Hessel, Joseph, 1932-1933
46 16 Hesslein, Edward J., 1925-1938
46 17 Heugel, Jacques, 1956-1957
46 Hevesy, André de (see de Hevesy, André)
46 Heydt, Baron Johann von der (see von der Heydt, Baron Johann)
46 18 Hickox, Charles V., 1932-1943
46 19 Higgins, Aldus C., 1937-1944
(includes correspondence with Walter Pach)
46 20 Higgins, John W., 1939-1951
46 21 Higgins, Stephen, 1956-1960
46 22 Hill, Jerome, 1942-1968
46 23 Hillger, Martin, 1956
46 24 Hines, Edward, 1924-1927
46 25 Hinkle, Mrs. Frederick, 1924-1936
46 26 Hirsch, Dr. Jacob, 1931-1952
46 27 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., 1938-1973
46 28 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1923-1924
46 29 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1925
46 30 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1926
Box Folder
47 1 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1927
47 2 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1928
47 3 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1929-1930
47 4 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1931
47 5 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1932
47 6 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1933
47 7 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1934
47 8 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1935
47 9 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1936
47 10 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1937
47 11 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1938
47 12 Hirshbach & Smith, Inc. (shipping and customs house broker), 1939-1941
Box Folder
48 1 Hirschland, Dr. F. H., 1941-1945
48 2 Hirshon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 1924-1938
48 3 Hirst, Mrs. William H., 1923-1924
48 4 Hobbe, Charles P., 1941-1943
48 5 Hofer, Mr. and Mrs. Myron A., 1927-1942
48 6 Hofer, Philip, 1931-1953
48 7 Hofer, Walter Andreas, 1962
48 8 Hoffman, Malvina, 1933-1935
48 9 Hoffman, Murray, 1932
48 10 Hofstatter & Co., 1955-1956
48 11 Hohenlohe, Prince Chlodwig and Princess Mabel Hohenlohe-Schillingfurst, 1927-1938
48 12 Holabird & Roche, 1924-1938
48 13 Hollis, Howard C., 1949-1952
48 14 Holmes, Carl, 1941
48 15 Holmes, Mrs. Christian R. (Bettie), 1926-1938
48 16 Holmes, Edward J., 1925-1943
48 17 Hoover, Mrs. O'Donnell (Kathleen), 1937-1945
48 18 Horn, Mrs. T. N., 1929
48 19 Hornstein, Michael, 1969-1970
48 20 Horowitz, L. J., 1923-1924
48 21 Horowitz, Max, 1926-1944
48 22 Horowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Vladimir, 1946-1950
48 23 Horst, Cpl. Horst P., 1944
48 24 Horter, Earl, 1931-1948
48 25 Hosmer, Elwood B., 1937-1940
48 26 Hotel Ritz, 1929
48 27 Hotels, General, 1923-1959
48 28 Houghton, Arthur A., 1939-1952
48 29 Houghton Mifflin Co., 1931
48 30 Houghton, Sidney, 1926-1930
48 31 Houston, Franklin D., Jr., 1932-1945
48 32 Houthakker, Bernard and L. A., 1959
Box Folder
49 1 Howald, Ferdinand, 1930-1936
49 2 Howard, Mrs. George (Mary), 1930-1936
49 3 Howard Young Galleries, 1928-1941
49 4 Howe, George, 1934-1941
49 5 Hoyt, Charles B., 1937-1945
49 6 Hoyt, Mrs. Richard, 1925-1933
49 7 Hudson, Derek, 1965-1966
49 8 Hudson, Elizabeth, 1934-1950
49 9 Hudson Forwarding & Shipping Co., 1927-1960
49 10 Huff Dreyer & Co. (insurance company), 1929-1935
49 11 Hug, Conrad, 1925-1929
49 12 Hugelshofer, Dr. Walter, 1960-1973
49 13 Huisman, Georges, 1947-1955
49 14 Humann, Christian, 1969-1972
49 15 Humbert Travel Service, 1927-1948
49 16 Humnicka, Countess Sophie, 1946-1947
49 17 Humphrey, Lucius, 1932-1940
49 18 Humphries, Mrs. A. E., Jr., 1925-1927
49 19 Humphris, Cyril, 1962-1967
49 20 Hunt, Mrs. H. L., 1930-1939, 1960
49 21 Hunt, Sandra and John, 1962-1965
49 22 Huntington, Archer, 1923-1938
49 23 Huntington Galleries, 1959
49 24 Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E., 1923-1928
49 25 Hurd, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M., 1931-1945
49 26 Hutton, E. F., 1928-1939
49 Hutton, Mrs. E. F. (see Post, Marjorie Merriweather)
49 27 Hutton, Franklyn Laws, 1927-1938
49 28 Huyghe, René, 1936-1937, 1950-1964
49 29 Huyghe, René, 1965-1977
49 30-31 Hyde, A. Fillmore, and Hyde, Henry B., 1928-1950
(2 folders)
49 32 Hyde, Mrs. Louis F., 1925-1937
49 33 Hyde, Musgrave, 1927-1930
49 34 Hynson, Mrs. Wilson, 1927
49 35 Hyperion Press, Inc., 1938-1945
Box Folder
50 1 Miscellaneous H: Haas-Hamline, 1925-1976
50 2 Miscellaneous H: Hammitt-Hardwick, 1925-1973
50 3 Miscellaneous H: Hare-Haven, 1923-1962
50 4 Miscellaneous H: Hawkins-Hayward, 1925-1959
50 5 Miscellaneous H: Healey-Hellman, 1923-1968
50 6 Miscellaneous H: Helm-Henry, 1925-1950
50 7 Miscellaneous H: Hentzen-Heyman, 1926-1973
50 8 Miscellaneous H: Hickman-Hlopoff, 1923-1978
50 9 Miscellaneous H: Hobby-Hole, 1925-1958
50 10 Miscellaneous H: Holland-Housman, 1923-1972
50 11 Miscellaneous H: Houston-Hoyer, 1929-1957
50 12 Miscellaneous H: Hubbard-Humber, 1924-1963
50 13 Miscellaneous H: Humphreys-Hyman, 1923-1973
Box Folder
51 1 Ickelheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 1923-1936
51 2 Import Information, 1949
51 3 Indianapolis, Indiana, 1944-1945
51 4 Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1936-1954
51 5 Inquiries, General, 1935-1937
51 6 Inquiries, General, 1938-1939
51 7 Inquiries, General, 1940-1941
51 8 Inquiries, General, 1942-1945
51 9 Insull, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel, 1924-1932
51 10 Inter-Maritime Forwarding Company, 1950-1951
51 11 International Mercantile Marine, 1924-1930
51 12 International Studio, 1923-1930
51 13 Irving & Casson-A. H. Davenport Co., 1924-1931
51 14 Iselin, Rudolph, 1928-1943
51 15 Ittleson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 1924-1954
51 16 Ivory Box (stolen item), 1929
51 17 Miscellaneous I: Icard-Ingersoll, 1924-1967
51 18 Miscellaneous I: Ingres-Istituto, 1925-1975
51 19 Miscellaneous I: ITT-Ivins, 1931-1977
Box Folder
52 1 J. Bernardout & Co., 1930-1931
52 2 J. H. Whittemore Co., 1937-1943
52 3 J. Véron, Grauer & Cie., S.A., 1955
52 4 Jackling, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel, 1927-1932
52 5 Jackson, Alan, 1939-1962
52 6 Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Douglas, 1924-1941
52 7 Jackson, Eda, 1925-1932
52 8 Jacobs, Dr. Henry Barton, 1923-1931
52 9 Jacques Seligmann & Fils, (Paris office) 1941-1947
52 10 James, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtiss, 1923-1930
52 11 Janke, Hans, 1942-1943
52 12 Janis, Sidney, 1934-1963
52 13 Jansen, Inc., 1935-1950
52 14 Janson, H. W., 1946-1972
52 15 Jantzen, Johannes, 1962
52 16 Japanese Galleries, 1971-1975
52 17 Javal, Fernand, 1923-1962
52 18 Jean, Odette, 1954-1971
52 19 Jennings, Oliver B., 1924-1941
52 20 Jessup, Pauline, 1941-1944
52 21 Jeudwine, W. R., 1960-1963
52 22 Jewell, Edward Alden, 1932-1935
52 23 John Levy Galleries, 1927-1948
52 24 John Wanamaker, New York, 1927-1928
52 25 Johnson, Chester H., 1924-1933
52 26 Johnson, Eldredge R. 1929-1945
52 27 Johnson, Jackson, 1923-1925
52 28 Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, 1970-1972
52 29 Johnston, Archibald, 1924-1926
52 30 Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. James M., 1937-1938
52 31 Johnston, Mary E., 1943-1948
52 32 Johnstone, Hope, 1926-1929
52 33 Jonas, Edouard, 1927-1952
52 34 Jonas, Franz, 1962
52 35 Jonas, Paul, 1955-1958
52 36 Jones, Albert R., 1925-1928
52 37 Jones, Mrs. B. F., 1924-1925
52 38 Jones, T. Catesby, 1938-1946
52 39 Joseph, Louis, 1948-1950
52 40 Jucker, Werner, 1925-1937
52 41 Judah, Mrs. Noble B., 1925-1929
52 42 Julius Lowy, Inc., 1939-1961
52 43 Junior League of Detroit, 1925-1926
52 44 Junior League of Pittsburgh (Mrs. Moreland), 1933-1934
52 45 Juviler, Adolph A., 1950-1952
Box Folder
53 1 Miscellaneous J: Jack-Jackson, 1926-1953
53 2 Miscellaneous J: Jacobs-James, 1923-1972
53 3 Miscellaneous J: Jameson-Jenkins, 1924-1974
53 4 Miscellaneous J: Jenks-Jewett, 1924-1965
53 5 Miscellaneous J: Jewish-Jonas, 1923-1971
53 6 Miscellaneous J: Jones, A. R.-Jones W., 1925-1976
53 7 Miscellaneous J: Jongers-Juckes, 1923-1955
53 8 Miscellaneous J: Jullian-Juven, 1925-1976
53 9 Kaeser, Henri, 1947
53 10 Kaffenburgh, Donald, 1937-1938
53 11 Kahn, Albert, 1924-1941
53 12 Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin, 1924
53 13 Kahn, Ely Jacques, 1931-1935
53 14 Kahn, Eugene, 1923-1935
53 15 Kahn, Mrs. Otto H., 1924-1949
53 16 Kahn, Rabbi Robert I., 1961-1968
53 17 Kahnweiler, Gustav, 1937-1953
53 18 Kann, Alphonse, 1944-1945
53 19 Kansas City Star, 1932-1935
53 20 Kanzler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, 1936-1938
53 21 Kaplan, Julius, 1967-1968
53 22 Kaplan, Morris I., 1953-1957
53 23 Karger, Dr. Nicholas A., 1950
53 24 Karl & Faber, 1953-1961
53 25 Kates, George N., 1928-1929
53 26 Katz, Firma D., 1935-1937
53 27 Kauffmann, Arthur, 1961-1969
53 28 Kaufmann, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J., 1933-1951
53 29 Kelekian, Dikran Khan, 1919-1952
53 30 Keller, T. C., 1925-1926
53 31 Kelley, Mrs. Cornelius F., 1927-1936
53 32 Kemper, William T., 1941
53 33 Kendall, Messmore, 1927-1942
53 34 Kennedy, Ruth Lee, 1952
53 35 Kenny, William F., 1935
53 36 Kent-Costikyan, Inc., 1929-1941
53 37 Kern, Calista, 1938-1940
53 38 Kermes, Constantine, 1949-1951
53 39 Kerrigan, J. J., 1928-1937
53 40 Kessel, Dr. Leo, 1928-1929
53 41 Kiewit, Mr. and Mrs. Peter, 1961-1962
53 42 Kilvert, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cory, 1925-1939
53 43 Kimbell, Mr. and Mrs. Kay, 1938-1939
53 44 Kindig, Joe, 1939-1942
53 45 King, Frederic Rhinelander, 1923-1929
53 46 King, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, 1925-1937
53 47 Kirby, Allan P., 1943
53 48 Kirby, Gustavus Town, 1935
53 49 Kirkham & Hall, 1924-1937
Box Folder
54 Kleinberger, F. (see F. Kleinberger Galleries, Inc.)
54 1 Klipstein & Kornfeld, 1960-1971
54 2 Klosterman, Vittorio, 1953
54 3 Kneeland, H. T., 1939-1945
54 4 Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour K., 1924-1940
54 5 Kobler, A. J., 1924-1934
54 6 Kofler, Ernst E., 1957-1972
54 7 Kohlman, Francis H., 1926-1935
54 8 Kohlman, Francis L., 1936-1938
54 9 Kondos, Peter J., 1967-1971
54 10 Korbel, Mario, 1928-1929
54 11 Korner, Wolfgang, 1961
54 12 Kostoff, Peter, 1936-1939
54 13 Kotzebue, Count and Countess Paul, 1939-1941
54 14 Kovler Gallery, 1968
54 15 Kramer, Katchen, 1948
54 16 Kraus, H. P., 1953-1964
54 Kraushaar Galleries (see C. W. Kraushaar Galleries)
54 Kress, Samuel H. (see Samuel H. Kress Foundation)
54 17 Kroos, Dr. Renate, 1959-1961
54 18 Krug, Mr. and Mrs. William N., 1928-1940
54 19 Kuh, Katharine, 1938-1975
54 20 Kundig, W. S., 1945-1947
54 21 Kunheim, Arno, 1935-1955
54 22 Kunsthaus Lempertz, 1951-1973
54 23 Kunstverlag Wolfrum, 1947-1961
54 24 Kup, Karl, 1952
Box Folder
55 1 Miscellaneous K: Kaftal-K-C Art Fund, 1925-1973
55 2 Miscellaneous K: Keats-Keyser, 1923-1972
55 3 Miscellaneous K: Kheiralla-Kluge, 1925-1974
55 4 Miscellaneous K: Knight-Kostelanetz, 1922-1976
55 5 Miscellaneous K: Kraft-Kyte, 1923-1978
55 6 L. Alavoine & Co., 1924-1927
55 7 L. Alavoine & Co., 1928-1936
55 8 L.B.F., 1952
55 9 Lachenal, Paul, 1946-1951
55 La Fresnaye, Solange de (see de La Fresnaye, Solange)
55 10 Lamb, Aimeé, 1932-1940
55 11 Lamb, Paul, 1931-1941
55 12 Lambert, Eleanor, 1931-1936
55 13 Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wooster, 1931-1936
55 14 Lambert, Joseph, 1938-1939
55 15 Lamont, Robert, 1925-1926
55 16 Lamy, Mme. Pierre, 1968-1969
55 17 Lancashire, James Henry, 1924-1927
55 18 Landau, Nicolas E., 1959-1971
55 19 Landon, Harold M., 1941-1946
55 20 Lange, Walter W., 1924-1927
55 21 Lapauze, Mme. Henri, 1927-1928
55 22 Lapsley, John, 1956-1958
55 23 Larkin, Gerald, 1924-1926
55 24 Lasker, Albert D. and Mary, 1926-1952
55 25 Lasky, Mrs. Jesse L., 1934
55 26 Latimer, Ronald Lane, 1951-1954
55 27 Latimer, Ronald Lane, 1955-1964
Box Folder
56 1 Laughlin, Irwin B., 1924-1938
56 2 Law, Mrs. Robert (Frances), 1924-1927
56 3 Lawlor, Lily, 1923-1936
56 4 Laxton, B., 1934
56 5 Lazard Frères, 1923
56 6 Lazard Frères, 1924 January-June
56 7 Lazard Frères, 1924 July-December
56 8 Lazard Frères, 1925-1926
56 9 Lazard Frères, 1927-1935
56 10 Lease, 1946-1951
56 11 Lebel, Robert, 1935-1972
56 12 Leblond, M. and Mme. Ary, 1951-1959
56 13 LeBlond, Mr. and Mrs. R. K., 1925-1936
56 14 Leboeuf, Germaine, 1948-1953
56 15 Leboeuf, Germaine, 1954-1956
56 16 Leboeuf, Germaine, 1957-1961
Box Folder
57 1 Lebrun, Rico, 1949-1952
57 2 Lederer, Eric, 1949-1961
57 3 Lee, Henry C., 1925-1928
57 4 Lee, Ivy, 1928-1933
57 5 Lee, Ronald A., 1968
57 6 Leeds, Henry, 1936-1940
57 7 Leffman, Paul, 1936-1938
57 8 Le Fuel, Hector and Olivier, 1955-1956
57 9 Léger, Fernand, 1944-circa 1949
57 10 Leggatt Bros., 1926-1936
57 11 Legueltel, Robert, 1947-1962
57 12 Lehman, Arthur, 1923-1942
57 13 Lehman, Frederick W., 1923-1925
57 14 Lehman, Herbert H., 1927-1938
57 15 Lehman, Philip, 1923-1941
57 16 Lehman, Robert, 1924-1964
57 Leidersdorff, Baron Johann Von (see Von Leidersdorff, Baron Johann)
57 17 Leigh, Rowland, 1937-1939
57 Lempertz, Kunsthaus (see Kunsthaus Lempertz)
57 Lénars & Cie. (see Arthur Lénars & Cie.)
57 Leouzon le Duc, Mme. Claude (see Escholier, Mme. Raymond)
57 Leraque, Marguerite Marie de (see de Leraque, Marguerite Marie)
57 18 Lérondelle, 1926-1938
57 19 Le Roux, Edouard, 1941-1957
57 20 Leser, Mrs. Oscar, 1941-1942
57 21 Leslie, Henry A., 1955-1957
57 22 Letts, Arthur, 1930-1931
57 23 Levantal, Mrs. Leo, 1949-1951
57 24 Lévi, Gaston, 1926-1946
57 25 Levis, Mr. and Mrs. William E., 1933-1938
57 26 Levy, Mrs. Alexander M., 1925-1932
57 27 Levy, Dr. and Mrs. David M., 1936-1951
57 28 Levy, Georges Lurcy, 1937-1945
57 29 Lévy, Gilbert, 1931-1937
57 30 Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D., 1926-1940
57 31 Levy, Julien, 1935-1939
57 32 Lévy, Pierre, 1974-1977
57 33 Levy, Robert M., 1931-1933
57 34 Levy, Robert M., 1934-1937
57 35 Levy, Robert M., 1938-1941
57 36 Levy-Falco, Pierre, 1964-1970
57 37 Lewin, Deborah, 1934-1950
57 38 Lewis, Mrs. H. L. Daingerfield, 1933-1949
Box Folder
58 1 Lewis, Russell Wadsworth, 1923-1938
58 2 Lewisohn, Samuel A., 1931-1951
58 3 Leylan, Robert M., 1942-1948
58 4 Leyman, Henry S., 1925-1940
58 5 Libbey, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Drummond, 1924-1935
58 6 Librairie Lardanchet, 1953-1968
58 7 Lieberman, Mrs. Alexander, 1941-1942
58 8 Liebovitz, Mr. and Mrs. A., 1925-1927
58 9 Life, 1937-1962
58 10 Lilienfeld Galleries, Inc., 1932-1945
58 11 Lilienthal, Theodore M., 1936
58 12 Limburg-Stirum, Count Menno, 1928-1938
58 Limur, André de and Ethel Mary (see de Limur, André and Ethel Mary)
58 13 Linares, Arturo, 1962
58 14 Linn, Mrs. Howard, 1925-1934
58 15 Lippitt, Henry F., 1924-1932
58 16 Livingood, Charles J., 1925-1936
58 17 Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates, 1937-1948
58 18 Lloyd-Smith, Mrs. Wilton, 1924-1936
58 19 Lloyd's Agency, 1928-1929
58 20 Lober, George J., 1928-1933
58 21 Lock, Leonard L., 1926-1927
58 22 Lockwood, Mrs. John E., 1953-1954
58 23 Loeb, Carl M., 1936-1940
58 24 Loeb, Leon, 1935
58 25 Loeb, Pierre, 1934-1944
58 26 L'Oeil, 1961-1964
58 27 Loewy, Raymond, 1934-1936
58 28 Logemann Brothers Co., 1927-1929
58 29 Loo, C. T., 1934-1952
58 30 Loomis, E. E., 1924-1928
58 31 Lopez-Willshaw, Arturo, 1940-1942
58 32 Lorenceau, B., 1954-1970
58 33 Lorillard, Pierre, 1924-1934
58 34 Lorimer, George Burford, 1942-1943
58 35 Lorimer, George H., 1925-1942
58 36 Losbichler-Gutjahr, Ludwig, 1951-1969
58 37 Lovet-Lorski, Boris, 1942-1944
58 38 Lowenstein (Lomont), Marcel L., 1943-1944
58 Lowy, Julius (see Julius Lowy, Inc.)
58 39 Loyola University, 1970
58 40 Luce, Mr. and Mrs. Henry R., 1933-1960
Box Folder
59 1 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1949-1950
59 2 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1951-1952
59 3 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1953-1955
59 4 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1956-1959
59 5 Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet, 1960-1973
59 6 Luckenbach, Mrs. Edgar F., 1924-1925
59 7 Ludington, C. H., 1926-1927
59 8 Ludington, Wright S., 1925-1952
59 9 Lugt, Fritz, 1953-1965
59 10 Luka, Madeleine, 1935-1937
59 11 Luzzetti, G., 1969-1970
59 12 Lyle, Dr. William Gordon, 1925-1932
59 13 Lynch-Staunton, M. and Mme. Victor, 1961-1971
Box Folder
60 1 Miscellaneous L: Labbia-Lam, 1925-1970
60 2 Miscellaneous L: Lambert-Landau, 1925-1961
60 3 Miscellaneous L: Landegger-Lasher, 1923-1975
60 4 Miscellaneous L: Lasser-Lazaro, 1923-1977
60 5 Miscellaneous L: League-Leeper, 1929-1959
60 6 Miscellaneous L: Lefkowitz-Lenygon, 1924-1970
60 7 Miscellaneous L: Leonard-Levitt, 1923-1970
60 8 Miscellaneous L: Levy-Ley, 1924-1960
60 9 Miscellaneous L: Librairie-Lingafelt, 1925-1972
60 10 Miscellaneous L: Linsky-Livingston, 1925-1975
60 11 Miscellaneous L: Lloyd's-Lonsdale, 1924-1973
60 12 Miscellaneous L: Loomis-Lowman, 1923-1971
60 13 Miscellaneous L: Lubin-Lyon, 1925-1970
Box Folder
61 1 M. & R. Stora (see also Stora, Raphael), 1935-1937
61 2 M. Diamond, Inc., 1925-1929
61 3 M. Grieve Co., 1925-1933
61 4 M. Harris & Sons, 1926-1936
61 5 M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., 1923-1935
61 6 M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., 1936-1938
61 7 M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., 1939-1963
61 8 Mabury, Carlotta, 1924-1929
61 9 Mabury, Paul R., 1925-1937
61 10 Macauley, Alvan, 1934-1940
61 11 Mackay, Clarence H. (see also Adler, A. M.), 1923-1929
61 12 Mackay, Clarence H., 1930-1949
61 13 Macomber Company, 1923-1925
61 14 Macomber Company, 1925
61 15 Macomber Company, 1926 January-May
61 16 Macomber Company, 1926 June-December
Box Folder
62 1 Macomber Company, 1927
62 2 Macomber Company, 1928
62 3 Macomber Company, 1929
62 4 Macomber Company, 1932-1938
62 5 Macomber Company, 1939-1960
62 6 Macomber, Frank Gair, 1931-1934
62 7 MacNicol, Roy, 1926-1947
62 8 Macy, Valentine E., 1924-1927
62 9 Maggs Bros., Ltd., 1952-1954
62 10 Maggs Bros., Ltd., 1955
62 11 Maggs Bros., Ltd., 1956-1957
62 12 Magnin, John, 1927-1935
62 13 Maguire, Jeremiah and Ruth, 1924-1940
62 14 Mahon, Denis, 1952-1958
Box Folder
63 1 Mail List, 1936-1939
63 2 Maison André, 1949-1971
63 3 Maison, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. (Stephanie), 1952-1971
63 4 Maitland, Mrs. Leslie C., 1933-1944
63 5 Mallet at Bourdon House, Ltd., 1961-1963
63 6 Mallet, Daniel Trowbridge, 1935-1936
63 7 Mallinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. R., 1924-1925
63 8 Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co., 1926-1949
63 9 Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co., 1950-1956
63 10 Mann, Harrington, 1928-1936
63 11 Manessier, Alfred, 1949
63 12 Mannheimer, Dr. Fritz, 1924-1926
63 13 Manning, Bertina Suida, 1950-1957
63 14 Manufacturer's Trust Co., 1928-1931
63 15 Manville, Mrs. Thomas (Clara C.), 1933-1942
63 16 Marcello, Count Girolamo, 1945-1946
63 17 Marcus, C. Lionel, 1936
63 18 Marcus, Paul, 1949-1962
63 19 Mariano, Nicky, 1954-1969
63 20 Marich, Eugène, 1959
63 Marie Harríman Gallery (see Harriman, William Averell and Marie)
63 21 Marillier, H. C., 1928-1932
63 22 Marinot, Florence, 1967-1968
63 23 Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudson, 1925-1938
63 24 Marks, Edwin I., 1932-1938
63 25 Marlborough Fine Art (London), Ltd., 1952-1969
63 Marquis, A. N. & Co. (see A. N. Marquis Co.)
Box Folder
64 1 Marshall, Gen. George C., 1938-1948
64 2 Marshall, Virginia, 1951
64 3 Martin, Alastair Bradley, 1939-1958
64 4 Martin, Mrs. Charles J., 1923-1929
64 5 Martin, Mrs. Herbert, 1925-1927
64 6 Martin, Dr. Kurt, 1947-1948
64 7 Martin Schweig Gallery, 1959
64 8 Marx, Otto, 1924
64 9 Marx, Samuel A., 1924-1950
64 10 Maslon, Samuel H., 1954-1957
64 Massa, Duc de (see de Massa, Duc)
64 11-12 Mather, Samuel, and William G., 1923-1948
(2 folders)
64 13 Matheson, Margaret, 1928
64 14 Mathews, Alister, 1963-1974
64 15 Mathieu, Pierre-Louis, 1970-1973
64 16 Matthiesen, Ltd. (Matthiesen Gallery), 1935-1938
64 17 Matthiesen, Ltd. (Matthiesen Gallery), 1939-1963
64 18 Mattisse, Pierre, 1936-1946
64 19 Mauboussin, Inc., 1935-1936
64 20 Maus, Edmée, 1953
64 21 May, Sadie A., 1938-1950
64 22 Mayer, August L. (see also Pantheon), 1923-1928
64 23 Mayer, Elias, 1923-1928
64 24 Maynard, Oakley & Lawrence, 1929-1939
64 25 McAneeny, Mr. and Mrs. William J., 1929-1935
64 McArthur, Mrs. Charles (see Hayes, Helen)
64 26 McBride, Henry, 1926-1950
64 27 McBride, Mrs. Herbert, 1924-1929
64 28 McBride, Walter H., 1961
64 29 McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. F., 1923-1937
64 30 McClees Galleries, 1931-1932
64 31 McClees Galleries, 1933-1936
Box Folder
65 1 McColgin, Mrs. Edward L., 1926
65 2 McConnell, Mrs. Robert E., Jr., 1973-1974
65 3 McCormack, John Count, 1924-1932
65 4 McCormick, Chauncey, 1924-1935
65 5 McCormick, Chauncey, 1936-1943
65 6 McCormick, Edith Rockefeller, 1924-1928, 1932
65 7 McCormick, Harold, 1923-1928
65 8 McCormick, Mrs. Robert, 1934-1936
65 9 McCormick, Thomas J., Jr., 1952
65 10 McCulloch, Mrs. Charles A., 1925-1926
65 11 McDonald, M. A., 1941-1946
65 12 McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1923-1935
65 13 McFadden, John H., 1923-1935
65 14 McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Philip G., 1925-1935
65 15 McGreevy, Milton W., 1949-1972
65 16 McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. and Henry P., 1923-1925
65 17 McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. and Henry P., 1928-1932
65 18 McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. and Henry P., 1932-1966
65 19 McKay, John, A., 1925-1927
65 20 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1929-1930
65 21 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1931
65 22 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1932
65 23 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1933
65 24 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd.), 1934-1935
65 25 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1936
Box Folder
66 1 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1937
66 2 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1938
66 3 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1939
66 4 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1940
66 5 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1941
66 6 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1942
66 7 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1943
66 8 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1944
66 9 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1945
66 10 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1946
66 11 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1947
Box Folder
67 1 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1948
67 2 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1949
67 3 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1950 January-June
67 4 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1950 July-December
67 5 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1951 January-June
67 6 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1951 July-September
67 7 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1951 October-December
67 8 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1952 January-April
67 9 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1952 May-June
67 10 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1952 July-December
Box Folder
68 1 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1953 January-March
68 2 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1953 April-June
68 3 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1953 July-September
68 4 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1953 October-December
68 5 McKay Morant & Co., Ltd., 1962-1970
68 6 McKean, Q. A. Shaw, 1936
68 7 McKee, Arthur G., 1929
68 8 McKinney, Mrs. Price, 1923-1925
68 9 McLean, Edward B., 1924-1927
68 10 McMillan, Putnam D., 1949-1950
68 11 McMillen, Inc., 1927-1933
68 12 McMillen, Inc., 1933-1941
68 13 McTeigue, Mrs. Walter P. (American Federation of Arts), 1928
68 14 McVeagh, Eames, 1925-1926
68 15 McVitty, Albert Elliott, 1933-1936
68 16 Mebs, H. A., 1926
68 17 Meeds, Mrs. Hollyday S., Jr., 1931-1932
68 18 Meiss, Millard, 1937-1953
68 19 Meissner, Kurt, 1962-1968
68 20 Mella, Federico Arborio, 1959-1961
68 21 Mellon, Andrew W., 1924-1928
68 22 Mellon, Andrew W., 1929-1937
68 23 Mellon Galleries, 1933-1934
68 24 Mellon, Paul, 1938-1968
68 25 Melville, Robert, 1939
68 Mendelsohn, Francesco von (see von Mendelsohn, Francesco)
68 26 Mendelssohn, Louis, 1927-1935
68 27 Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Edith, 1926-1954
68 28 Mendes & Mount, 1947-1952
68 29 Mendl, Elsie, 1926-1946
68 30 Mercantile Tourist Co., Inc., 1926-1927
(not scanned)
68 31 Meredith, Sir Vincent, 1923-1925
68 32 Merlander, Dr. Kurt, 1945-1946
Box Folder
69 1 Merle-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Van S., 1936-1938
69 2 Merriman, Mrs. Bruce E., 1938-1942
69 3 Merton, Sir Thomas R., 1953
69 4 Mertzanoff, André, 1928-1934
69 5 Mesens, E.L.T., 1936-1938
69 6 Mestres, Mrs. R. A., 1930-1932
69 7 Metcalf, Addison M., 1952
69 8 Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. H. P., 1925-1936
69 9 Metcalf, Jesse H., 1925-1926
69 10 Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, 1926-1945
69 11 Meunié, Mme. Jacques, 1954-1955
69 12 Meyer, Albert, 1926-1936
69 13 Meyer, Mrs. Eugene, 1925-1942
69 14 Michel, Serge, 1958-1971
69 15 Middeldorf, Dr. Ulrich, 1937-1964
69 16 Middeldorf, Dr. Ulrich, 1965-1976
69 17 Midtown Galleries, 1935-1939
69 18 Miller, B. D., 1925-1935
69 19 Milligan, Dr. Robert, 1923-1927
69 20 Milliken, Henry Oothout, 1923-1941
69 21 Mills College, 1936-1939
69 22 Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden L., 1925-1943
69 23 Milne, George G., 1927-1929
69 24 Miniger, Mrs. C. O., 1927-1936
69 25 Miss Gheen, Inc., 1923-1925, 1935-1936
69 26 Mitchell, Mrs. Carlton, Jr., 1944-1945
69 27 Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kearsley, 1927-1930
69 28 Mitchell, Jan, 1962-1965
69 29 Mitchell, Thaddeus H., 1948
69 30 Mizne, Markus, 1959-1964
69 31 Mizner, Addison, 1924-1929
69 32 Modernage Furniture Corp., 1935
69 33 Modestini, Mario, 1949-1951
69 34 Moffett, Mr. and Mrs. George M., 1924-1950
69 35 Molyneux, Edward, 1937-1938
69 36 Mongan, Elizabeth, 1955
69 37 Moore, Mrs. Paul (Fanny), 1924-1941
69 38 Moorepark, Howard, 1936-1938
69 39 Morassi, Antonio, 1951-1962
69 40 Moratilla, E., 1959-1968
69 41 Moreau de Balasy, F., 1962
Box Folder
70 1 Morgan, F. Cleveland, 1923-1950
70 2 Morgan Grenfell & Co., 1925-1928
70 3 Morgan, J. Pierpont (includes J. P. Morgan & Co.), 1925-1953
70 4 Morgan, J. Pierpont, Collection, 1935
70 5 Morganthau, Alma, 1951
70 6 Morot, René, 1936, 1969
70 7 Morris, George L. K., 1938-1947
70 8 Morrison, Betty, 1955-1962
70 9 Morse, Albert L., 1937-1939
70 10 Mortari, Luisa, 1963-1967
70 11 Mortimer, Stanley, 1923-1949
70 12 Moser, Hugo, 1931-1936
70 13 Moser, Hugo, 1937-1949
70 14 Moss, David C., 1929-1938
70 Mouchy, Duchesse de (see de Mouchy, Duchesse)
70 15 Moulton, Arthur, 1931-1932
70 16 Moulton House, 1925-1927
(lease of Moulton House; see also William B. May Real Estate Co., Inc.)
70 17 Mount Holyoke College, 1950
70 18 Mountbatten, Lady Louis, 1929-1940
70 Moyne, Lord (see Guinness, Walter Edward)
70 19 Mumford, Lewis, 1932-1935
70 Mumm, Walter von (see von Mumm, Walter)
70 20 Mundelein, Cardinal G. W., 1923-1930
70 21 Mundheim, Mrs. Samuel, 1925-1931
70 22 Murphy, Dr. George E., 1955-1971
70 23 Murray, I. S., 1964
70 24 Myers, George Hewitt, 1924-1936
70 25 Miscellaneous M: Maa-Mak, 1921-1971
70 26 Miscellaneous M: Mal-Man, 1923-1974
Box Folder
71 1 Miscellaneous M: Mar-Mas, 1924-1971
71 2 Miscellaneous M: Mat-Maz, 1923-1966
71 3 Miscellaneous M: McA-McD, 1925-1958
71 4 Miscellaneous M: McE-Mdi, 1923-1956
71 5 Miscellaneous M: Mea-Meo, 1923-1971
71 6 Miscellaneous M: Mer-Mey, 1924-1976
71 7 Miscellaneous M: Mic-Mil, 1924-1969
71 8 Miscellaneous M: Min-Mit, 1925-1959
71 9 Miscellaneous M: Moa-Mon, 1925-1975
71 10 Miscellaneous M: Moo-Mor, 1925-1967
71 11 Miscellaneous M: Mos-Moy, 1924-1974
71 12 Miscellaneous M: Mud-Myk, 1923-1974
Box Folder
72 1 Naef, Dr. Hans, 1954-1960
72 2 Naef, Dr. Hans, 1961-1977
72 3 Namm, Benjamin H., 1924-1938
72 4 Namy, Claude, 1973
72 5 Naphen, George F., 1925-1932
72 6 Nash, Steven, 1969-1970
72 7 Nast, Condé, 1924-1941
72 8 Nathan, Dr. Fritz, 1946-1957
72 9 Nathan, Dr. Peter, 1964-1976
72 10 National Recovery Administration, 1933-1934
72 11 National Sculpture Society, 1948-1951
72 12 Naumberg, Aaron, 1925-1927
72 13 Naumberg, Walter W., 1926-1927
72 14 Neal, W. Keith, 1940-1941
72 15 Nelson, Robert B., 1925
72 16 Nesi, Pierre F., 1938-1939
72 17 Nesi, Pierre F., 1940 January-June
72 18 Nesi, Pierre F., 1940 July-December
72 19 Nesi, Pierre F., 1949
72 20 Netcher, Gladys, 1925-1936
72 21 Netherlands Embassy, 1944-1962
72 Neupert Galerie (see Galerie Neupert, A.G.)
Box Folder
73 1 New York Art Calendar, 1932-1936
73 2 New York Public Library, 1928-1946
73 3 New York Times, 1924-1962
73 4 New York Trust Company, 1924-1935
73 5 New York University, 1927-1938
73 6 New York University Scholarships, 1944-1945
73 7 New Yorker, 1934-1959
73 8 Newberry, John S., Jr., 1932-1960
73 9 Newhouse Galleries, 1932-1945
73 10 Newlin, Gurney E., 1941-1942
73 11 Newman, David Dean, 1957-1962
73 12 Newman, H. H., 1937
73 13 Newspapers, Miscellaneous, 1924-1952
73 14 Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Leon S., 1960-1966
73 15 Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, 1926-1946
73 16 Nitze, Paul H., 1936-1939
73 Nobele, F. de (see de Nobele, F.)
73 17 Noble, Frank, 1938-1939
73 18 Norden, Else, 1923-1926
73 19 Norman, Aaron E., 1926-1934
73 20 Norton, D. Z., 1925
73 21 Norton, Elizabeth G., 1943-1945
73 22 Norton, Ralph H., 1938-1948
73 23 Miscellaneous N: Nad-Nas, 1926-1970
73 24 Miscellaneous N: Nat-Nav, 1924-1966
73 25 Miscellaneous N: Nea-Nev, 1923-1970
73 26 Miscellaneous N: New, 1924-1971
73 27 Miscellaneous N: Nia-Nye, 1923-1971
Box Folder
74 1 Oberlaender, Gustav, 1933-1936
74 2 O'Brien, John, 1967-1972
74 3 Offner, Richard, 1935-1937
74 4 Old Master Galleries, Ltd., 1971-1974
74 5 Oppenheimer, F. G., 1933-1939
74 6 Oppenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Julius, 1935-1938
74 7 Oppenheimer, Robert, 1942-1946
74 8 Ordway, Katherine, 1940-1959
74 9 Ormond, J. L., 1958-1967
74 10 Osborn, William Church, 1925-1944
74 11 Osborne, Sidney, 1928-1939
74 12 Osler, Mrs. P. F. (Audrey), 1937-1948
74 13 Otto Seligman Gallery, 1954-1966
74 14 O'Toole, James Saint Laurence, 1927-1932
74 15 O'Toole, James Saint Laurence, 1933
74 16 O'Toole, James Saint Laurence, 1934-1943
74 17 Ouellette, Edward F., 1954-1956
74 18 Owen, Mrs. Kenneth Dale, 1974
74 19 Owen, Richard, 1928-1946
74 20 Owsley, Louis S., 1924-1927
74 21 Miscellaneous O: O'Br-Ogi, 1924-1972
74 22 Miscellaneous O: Ohr-Ope, 1924-1971
74 23 Miscellaneous O: Opp-Oxn, 1923-1968
74 24 P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., 1950-1957
74 25 P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., 1958-1962
74 26 P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., 1963-1977
74 27 P. Jackson Higgs, 1927-1929
74 28 P. W. French & Co., Inc., 1923-1960
74 29 Pach, Walter, 1932-1952
74 30 Pach, Walter, 1954-1958
74 31 Paepcke, Mrs. Walter P., 1939-1949
Box Folder
75 1 Paine, Robert Treat, II, 1931-1939
75 2 Paley, Mr. and Mrs. William S., 1930-1963
75 3 Palmer, Harold, 1925-1927
75 4 Palmer, Honoré, 1931-1948
75 5 Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Potter, 1925-1947
75 6 Palmer, Russell, 1924-1925
75 7 Panofsky, Erwin, 1934-1940
75 8 Pantheon (see also Mayer, August L.), 1927-1962
75 9 Pardo, B., 1961
75 10 Park Avenue Association, 1923-1929
75 11 Park-Lewis, Katharine, 1923
75 12 Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., 1939-1951
75 13 Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., 1953-1976
75 14 Parker, Frederick S. (Putnam Foundation), 1954-1957
75 15 Parker, Mrs W. R., 1924-1926
75 16 Parmelee, James, 1924-1926
75 17 Parish-Watson & Co., Inc., 1928-1939
75 18 Parson, Hubert T., 1924-1925
75 19 Parsons, Harold Woodbury, 1933-1935
75 20 Parsons, Harold Woodbury, 1935-1939
75 21 Parsons, Harold Woodbury, 1940-1954
75 22 Parsons, Schuyler L., 1936-1943
75 23 Passez, Mme. Claude, 1968-1976
75 24 Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B., 1924-1929
75 25 Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D., 1924-1945
75 26 Patterson, Rufus, 1925-1926
75 27 Paul, Maury H. B., 1930-1940
75 28 Paul Prouté, S.A., 1964-1975
75 29 Payson, Mrs. Charles Shipman, 1928-1947
75 30 Pecci-Blunt, Count Cecil, 1939-1945
75 31 Peck, Arthur (see also Jacques Seligmann & Fils), 1940-1949
75 32 Peel & Humphris, Ltd., 1962-1973
75 33 Peierls, Frederick & Siegfried, 1924-1928
Box Folder
76 1 Penn, Ramon A., 1925
76 2 Pennewill, Mrs. Edward E., 1935
76 3 Pennsylvania (Visits and Contacts), 1944-1948
76 4 Penrose, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, 1931-1948
76 5 Pepper, Charles H., 1925-1926
76 6 Pereda, Mr. and Mrs. Jorge, 1939-1941
76 7 Pereire, Roger, 1945
76 8 Perlès, Claude, 1961-1967
76 9 Perlès, Claude, 1969-1977
76 10 Perls, Frank, 1941-1952
76 11 Perls, Hugo, 1939-1945
76 12 Petit, Mme. Paul, 1957-1958
76 13 Pew, J. Howard, 1936-1938
76 14 Pforzheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 1924-1928
76 15 Pforzheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 1929
76 16 Pforzheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 1930
76 17 Pforzheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, 1931-1975
76 18 Phaidon Press, Ltd., 1961-1969
76 19 Phillips, Duncan, 1924-1935
76 20 Phipps, Fillmore, 1939-1940
76 21 Phipps, John S., 1923-1947
76 22 Phipps, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden, 1939-1949
76 23 Photograph Requests (see also Research Requests), 1965-1973
76 24 Picasso, Pablo, 1936-1937, 1948
76 25 Pichetto, Stephen S., 1948-1949
76 26 Pickett, Grace, 1954
76 27 Pickhardt, Carl E., Jr., 1931-1935
76 28 Pickhardt, Carl E., Jr., 1936-1972
Box Folder
77 1 Pictures on Exhibit, 1938-1951
77 2 Pierce, Mrs. Henry J. (Mary), 1937-1942
77 3 Pierpont Morgan Library, 1930-1939
77 4 Pietri, Dr. Alejandro, 1945-1952
77 5 Pijoan, Joseph, 1927-1933
77 6 Pillsbury, Alfred F., 1924-1935
77 7 Pitcairn, Raymond, 1922-1924
77 8 Pitcairn, Raymond, 1925-1927
77 9 Pitcairn, Raymond, 1930-1956
77 10 Pitcairn, Theodore, 1930-1947
77 11 Pittman, Doris McM., 1925-1926
77 12 Pittman, Hobson, 1935
77 13 Plandiura, Luis, 1924-1948
77 14 Planiscig, Leone, 1926-1935
77 15 Planiscig, Leone, 1936-1950
77 16 Planiscig, Leone, 1951-1953
77 17 Plant, Mrs. Henry B., 1925-1930
77 18 Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fellows, 1927-1943
77 19 Plaut, Mrs. Jacob, 1934-1935
77 20 Podgoursky, Count Ivan, 1937-1939
77 21 Polaillon-Kerven, G., 1947-1977
77 Polk & Co. (see R. L. Polk & Co., Inc.)
77 22 Pollak, Ignatio (Ignace) G., 1923-1924
77 23 Pollak, Ignatio (Ignace) G., 1925-1928
77 24 Poor's Publishing Co., 1932-1938
77 25 Poor's Publishing Co., 1938-1950
77 26 Pope, Lillian W., 1927-1929
77 27 Pope-Hennessy, John, 1939-1944
77 28 Popper, Lisl, 1946-1967
Box Folder
78 1 Porter, A. Kingsley, 1923-1943
78 2 Porter, Bruce, 1924-1925
78 3 Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Cole, 1938-1941
78 4 Porter, Mr. and Mrs. George F., 1925-1972
78 5 Portrait Painters' Clearing House, 1941-1942
78 6 Post, George B., 1926-1929
78 7 Post, Marjorie Merriweather (Mrs. E. F. Hutton), 1924-1939
78 8 Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, 1923-1929
78 9 Pouncey, Philip, 1966-1969
78 10 Pourtalès, Graf de, 1961-1962
78 11 Powell, William, 1938-1939
78 12 Pratt, Mrs. Frederick B., 1923-1935
78 13 Pratt, Mrs. Harold Irving, 1923-1943
78 14 Pratt, John T., 1935-1936
78 15 Pressinger, A. E., 1924-1927
78 16 Preston, Stuart, 1958-1961
78 Preuschen, Gerhard von (see von Preuschen, Gerhard)
78 17 Price, E. F., 1924-1926
78 18 Price, Eli K., 1930-1932
78 Price, Tone (see Tone Price Rare Books)
78 19 Price, Vincent, 1938-1949
78 20 Price Waterhouse & Co., 1927-1941
78 21 Prichitt, Hugh, K., 1924-1926
78 22 Prince, Leo M., 1923-1924
78 23 Proskauer, Rose & Paskus, 1926-1935
78 24 Proskauer, Rose & Paskus, 1936
78 25 Proskauer, Rose & Paskus, 1937-1940
78 Prouté, Paul (see Paul Prouté, S.A.)
78 26 Pruyne, Mary, 1933-1939
78 27 Public Record Office, London, 1965
78 28 Publicity, 1925-1926
78 29 Publicity, 1959-1961
78 30 Puiforcat, Jean E., 1941-1942
78 31 Pulitzer, Joseph, Jr., 1925-1948
78 32 Pulitzer, Joseph, Jr., 1949-1968
78 33 Putzel, Howard, 1935-1941
78 Puyvelde, Leo van (see van Puyvelde, Leo)
78 34 Pyne, Percy B., 1924-1936
Box Folder
79 1 Miscellaneous P: Pac-Pao, 1923-1974
79 2 Miscellaneous P: Par, 1925-1970
79 3 Miscellaneous P: Pas-Pay, 1926-1969
79 4 Miscellaneous P: Pea-Pep, 1925-1977
79 5 Miscellaneous P: Per-Pew, 1925-1961
79 6 Miscellaneous P: Pfa-Pfo, 1926-1949
79 7 Miscellaneous P: Pha-Phi, 1923-1968
79 8 Miscellaneous P: Pia-Pie, 1924-1968
79 9 Miscellaneous P: Pil-Pit, 1935-1968
79 10 Miscellaneous P: Pla-Plu, 1924-1962
79 11 Miscellaneous P: Poc-Pom, 1923-1964
79 12 Miscellaneous P: Pon-Pow, 1924-1977
79 13 Miscellaneous P: Pra-Pre, 1924-1968
79 14 Miscellaneous P: Pri-Pro, 1925-1959
79 15 Miscellaneous P: Pru-Pyn, 1924-1977
79 Quaritch, Bernard (see Bernard Quaritch, Ltd.)
79 16 Quatre Chemins-Editart, 1950-1961
79 17 Quatre Chemins-Editart, 1962-1976
79 18 Queensberry, Lord and Lady, 1927-1931
79 19 Quillet, B., 1952-1976
79 20 Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H., 1928-1936
79 21 Miscellaneous Q, 1923-1957
Box Folder
80 1 R.C.A. Communications, Inc. (see also Radio Corporation of America), 1941-1974
80 2 R. L. Polk & Co., Inc., 1923-1950
80 3 Rabow, Alexandre & Rose, 1955-1958
80 4 Radeke, Eliza G., 1925-1929
80 5 Radio Corporation of America (see also R. C. A. Communications, Inc.), 1923
80 6 Raeber, Dr. Willi, 1954
80 7 Railway Express Agency, 1938-1958
80 8 Rains, Samuel G., 1932
80 9 Raiss, Carl, 1916-1939
80 10 Ramage, Alfred H., 1924-1940
80 11 Ramus, Charles F., 1936-1973
80 Rancheraye & Co. (see De La Rancheraye & Co.)
80 12 Randahl Shop, 1934-1935
80 13 Randall, L. V., 1942-1962
80 14 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1924-1925
80 15 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1926-1927
80 16 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1928-1930
80 17 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1930-1934
80 18 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1935-1936
80 19 Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1937-1942
80 20 Rasmussen, Henry N., 1946
80 21 Ratton, Charles, 1950-1972
80 22 Rauch, Nicholas, 1952-1960
80 23 Raymond & Raymond, Inc., 1936-1949
80 24 Rea, Mrs. Henry R., 1924-1927
80 25 Read, Helen Appleton, 1940-1943
80 26 Réau, Louis, 1925-1953
80 27 Réau, Louis, 1955-1967
80 Rebay, Hilda (see Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1941-1953
80 28 Reber, Dr. G. F., 1932-1956
80 29 Reckford, Mrs. Louis, 1925-1935
80 30 Redmond, Roland, 1949-1950
80 31 Redon, Arï, 1950-1955
80 32 Reed, Mrs. Verner Z., 1925-1936
80 33 Reford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W., 1922-1940
80 34 Rehm, T. R., 1950-1951
80 Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd. (see Alex Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd.)
80 35 Reinhardt Galleries, 1924-1939
80 36 Reinhart, Oskar, 1934-1954
80 37 Reiter, Murray, 1965
Box Folder
81 1 Remarque, Erich M., 1940-1943
81 2 Remington Rand, Inc., 1923-1952
81 Remington Typewriter Company (see Remington Rand, Inc.)
81 3 Remy, R., 1950-1954
81 4 Rentschler, Mr. and Mrs. George A., 1938-1946
81 5 Research Requests (see also Photograph Requests), 1966-1972
81 6 Research Requests (see also Photograph Requests), 1973-1976
81 7 Resch, Franz, 1960-1961
81 8 Resor, Stanley, 1927-1946
81 9 Revue de L'Art, 1970-1974
81 10 Rewald, John, 1943-1978
81 11 Reynolds, Andrew K., 1925
81 12 Rheims, Maurice, 1946-1953
81 13 Rheims, Maurice, 1954-1964
81 14 Rheims, Maurice, 1965-1976
81 15 Rhode, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1930-1935
81 Ricci, Seymour de (see de Ricci, Seymour)
81 16 Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton (Eleanor E.), 1923-1927
81 17 Richard, Harold C., 1928-1929
81 18 Richter, Mr. and Mrs. George M., 1932-1943
81 19 Riddle, Mrs. John Wallace, 1937-1946
81 20 Riezler, Kurt, 1941-1943
81 21 Rinek, Charles Norvin, 1939-1941
81 22 Ring, Grete, 1946-1951
81 23 Ringling, Mr. and Mrs. John, 1924-1929
81 24 Robbins, Horace, 1925-1926
81 25 Robertson, Martha Barton, 1956-1962
81 26 Robertson, Werring & Barto, Inc., 1926
81 27 Robinson, Celia Sachs, 1936-1937
81 28 Robinson, Edward G., 1935-1940
81 29 Robinson, Edward G., 1941-1960
81 Robinson, Gertrude Gheen (see Miss Gheen, Inc.)
81 30 Roche, Martine, 1967
81 31 Rochelle, Mrs. R. C., 1947-1948
81 32 Rochet, André, 1949
81 33 Rockefeller, Godfrey S., 1940-1943
81 34 Rockefeller, Mr. and Mrs. John D., Jr., 1924-1947
81 35 Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1932-1950
81 36 Roditi, Edouard and Violet, 1946-1947
81 37 Roebling, Mrs. W. A., 1924-1927
81 38 Roesler, Norbert L. H., 1969-1970
Box Folder
82 1 Roger-Marx, Claude, 1954-1955
82 2 Roger-Viollet, 1954-1965
82 3 Rogers, Grace Rainey, 1924-1945
82 4 Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H., 1911-1951
82 5 Rogers, Mary Benjamin, 1929-1931
82 6 Rogers, William A., 1925-1926
82 7 Rohner, Gehrig & Co., Inc., 1951
82 8 Rolick, Esther G., 1948-1956
82 9 Romadka, Mary T., 1938-1939
82 10 Romer, Charles, 1923-1924
82 11 Roncin, Gustave, 1926-1932
82 12 Roosevelt Recitals, 1927-1929
82 13 Ropes, Mrs. Horace, 1925-1948
82 14 Rorimer, James, 1925-1953
82 15 Rose, Billy, 1940-1956
82 16 Roselius, Ludwig, 1972
82 17 Roseman, Charles, Jr., 1944-1951
82 18 Rosen, Walter T., 1924-1936
82 19 Rosenbach, A. W., 1929-1933
82 20 Rosenbaum, Mrs. Joseph H., 1940-1943
82 21 Rosenberg & Stiebel, 1949-1958
82 22 Rosenberg, Paul, 1933-1946
82 23 Rosenberg, Saemy, 1939
82 24 Rosenbloom, Arthur, M., 1939-1944
82 25 Rosenblum, Robert, 1969-1970
82 26 Rosenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst, 1924-1937
82 27 Rosenthal, A., 1960
82 28 Rosenthal, Erwin, 1952-1956
82 29 Rosenthal, Heinrich, 1953
82 30 Rosenthal, Ludwig (name changed to Randall in 1942), 1937-1939
82 31 Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Moritz, 1929-1940
82 32 Rosenthal, Paul and Ethel, 1935-1938
82 33 Rosenwald, Mrs. Julius, 1925-1926
82 34 Rosenwald, Lessing J., 1930-1953
82 35 Rosenwald, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M., 1944-1948
82 36 Ross, Mrs. Burke, 1925-1926
82 37 Ross, Chandler, 1927-1929
82 38 Ross, Denman, 1925-1931
82 39 Rossbach, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 1925-1926
82 40 Rothenstein, John, 1942-1947
82 41 Rothschild, Baroness Edouard de, 1952
82 42 Rothschild, Baron and Baroness Eugène de, 1925-1941
82 43 Rothschild, Baron Henri de, 1940-1945
82 44 Rothschild, Herbert M., 1958
82 45 Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, 1925-1952, 1976
82 46 Rothschild, Max, 1929-1935
82 47 Rothschild, Baron Robert de, 1941-1945
82 48 Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F., 1967-1974
82 49 Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. Walter N., 1927-1937
82 50 Rottier, J. M., 1953
82 51 Rougeron, M. J., 1925-1928
82 52 Rouss, Mr. and Mrs. P. W., 1925-1926
82 53 Rozet, Claude, 1976
Box Folder
83 1 Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert, 1935-1945
83 2 Rudier, A., 1935-1949
83 3 Rudolf Wendel, Inc., undated
83 4 Runes, Mary, 1937
83 5 Ruppert, Jacob, 1925-1936
83 6 Rushmore, Delight, 1934-1935
83 7 Russell, Mrs. Charles H., Jr., 1932-1946
83 8 Russell, Mrs. Henry P., 1933-1948
83 9 Rust-Oppenheim, August, 1928-1938
83 10 Ryan, Mrs. John B., 1949-1954
83 11 Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. John D., 1925-1927
83 12 Ryan, Thomas F., 1924-1932
83 13 Ryback, Sonia, 1937-1938
83 14 Ryerson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T., 1925-1949
83 15 Ryle, Dorothy, 1937-1938
83 16 Miscellaneous R: R-Ra, 1925-1977
83 17 Miscellaneous R: Re, 1924-1976
83 18 Miscellaneous R: Rh-Ric, 1923-1972
83 19 Miscellaneous R: Rid-Riz, 1926-1976
83 20 Miscellaneous R: Rob-Roc, 1924-1971
83 21 Miscellaneous R: Rod-Ror, 1924-1975
83 22 Miscellaneous R: Ros, 1924-1970
83 23 Miscellaneous R: Rot-Roz, 1925-1970
83 24 Miscellaneous R: Rub-Rum, 1923-1952
83 25 Miscellaneous R: Run-Ry, 1925-1966
Box Folder
84 1 Sabin, Frank T., 1926-1960
84 2 Sabin, William, 1928-1935
84 3 Sachs, Arthur, 1924-1929
84 4 Sachs, Arthur, 1930-1941
84 5 Sachs, Arthur, 1942
84 6 Sachs, Arthur, 1943-1945
84 7 Sachs, Arthur, 1946-1949
84 8 Sachs, Arthur, 1949
84 9 Sachs, Arthur, 1950
84 10 Sachs, Arthur, 1951-1957
84 11 Sachs, Edith, 1924-1942
84 12 Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 1923-1925
84 13 Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, 1926-1937
84 14 Sachs, Howard, 1925-1965
84 15 Sachs, Maurice, 1931-1940
84 16 Sachs, Paul J., 1929-1931
Box Folder
85 1 Sacknoff, Mrs. Serge, 1943-1946
85 2 Safron, Max, 1939-1952
85 Saher, Mrs. Edward (Lilla) van (see van Saher, Mrs. Edward [Lilla])
85 3 Sage, H. M., 1924-1929
85 4 Sage-Quinton, Cornelia, 1926
85 5 Saidenberg, Mrs. Daniel, 1948-1953
85 6 Saisselin, Rémy, 1964-1971
85 7 Saklatwalla, Mr. and Mrs. B. D., 1937-1945
85 8 Salomon, Antoine, 1960-1964
85 9 Salomon, Jacques, 1949
85 10 Saltonstall, Mrs. R. M., 1938-1943
85 11 Salz, Sam, 1938-1945
85 12 Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1924-1938
85 13 Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1939-1950
85 14 Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1951-1953
85 15 Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1954-1977
85 16 Samuel T. Freeman & Co., 1943-1963
85 17 Sanchez Canton, F., 1934-1935
85 18 Sandblom, Philip, 1938-1959
85 19 Sandoz, Marc, 1957-1960
85 20 Sandoz, Marc, 1961
85 21 Sandoz, Marc, 1962
85 22 Sandoz, Marc, 1963
85 23 Sandoz, Marc, 1964
85 24 Sandoz, Marc, 1965-1966
85 25 Sandoz, Marc, 1967-1974
85 26 Sandoz, Maurice, 1941-1942
Box Folder
86 1 Sanes, Samuel, 1946
86 2 Sansoni Publishers, 1953
86 3 Sarnoff, David, 1935-1943
86 4 Sassoon, Philip, 1932-1933
86 5 Satterwhite, Dr. Preston Pope, 1925-1942
86 6 Saturday Review, 1951-1958
86 7 Scarlett, Rolph, 1943-1950
86 8 Schaeffer Galleries, Inc., 1936-1967
86 9 Schapiro, Meyer, 1938-1975
86 Schauensee, Baron de and Baroness Rudolphe (see de Schauensee, Baron and Baroness Rudolphe)
86 10 Schempp, Theodore, 1934-1945
86 11 Schempp, Theodore, 1924-1947
86 12 Schempp, Theodore, 1948-1954
86 13 Scherbatoff, Georges, 1932
86 Schierstedt, Lucy von (see von Schierstedt, Lucy)
86 14 Schiff, John M., 1935-1938
86 15 Schiff, John M., 1939
86 16 Schiff, John M., 1940-1947
86 17 Schiff, John M., 1948-1974
86 18 Schiff, Mortimer L., 1925-1935
86 19 Schiffer, Jack W., 1925-1926
86 20 Schil, Bernard, Claude, & Gilbert, 1964-1978
86 21 Schilling, Edmund, 1956-1969
86 22 Schimmel, Norbert, 1957-1959
86 23 Schinasi, Leon, 1925-1935
86 24 Schlee, George M., 1942
86 25 Schlenoff, Norman, 1965-1969
86 26 Schmitz-Hille, Peter, 1970-1973
86 27 Schnapper, Antoine, 1965-1968
86 28 Schniewind, Henry, Jr., 1925-1936
86 29 Schoeller, André, 1934-1947
86 30 Schofield, Frank and Flora, 1938-1948
86 31 Schöne, Dr. Wolfgang, 1958-1959
86 32 Schuette, Mrs. Robert W., 1924-1943
Box Folder
87 1 Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. D. A, 1925-1929
87 Schulthess, Hans de (see de Schulthess, Hans)
87 2 Schumacher, A., 1948-1949
87 3 Schumacher, Frederick W., 1943-1946
87 4 Schwab, Charles M., 1923-1942
87 5 Schwartz, Max H., 1930-1933
87 6 Sciolette, Maximo, 1952-1953
87 7 Sciolette, Maximo, 1954-1967
87 8 Scott, Maj. Alfred I., 1941
87 9 Scott & Fowles, 1925-1947
87 10 Scott, Edgar, 1937-1945
87 11 Scott, Rufus W., 1929-1938
87 12 Scribner's Magazine, 1924-1927
87 13 Searle, Mrs. John, 1939-1945
87 14 Seasongood, Murray, 1930-1945
87 15 Secor, Arthur J., 1927-1934
87 Secrest, Meryle (see Beveridge, Meryle Secrest)
87 16 Segesser von Brunegg, F., 1960-1961
87 Segni, Leopoldo di (see di Segni, Leopoldo)
87 17 Seidman, Mrs. Herbert A., 1970
87 18 Seilern, Count Antoine, 1951-1955
87 19 Seligman, Mr. and Mrs. James, 1925-1959
87 Seligmann & Cie., S.A. (Geneva) (see G. Seligmann & Cie., S.A. Geneva)
87 20 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1941-1946
87 21 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1947
87 22 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1948
87 23 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1949
87 24 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1950
87 25 Seligmann & Cie. (Paris), 1951-1953
87 26 Seligmann, André, 1940-1947
87 27 Seligmann, André, 1945
(papers relating to his death)
Box Folder
88 1 Seligmann, François-Gerard, 1953-1962
88 2 Seligmann, François-Gerard, 1963-1967
88 3 Seligmann, François-Gerard, 1968-1976
88 4 Seligmann, Georges E., 1936-1949
88 5 Seligmann, Georges E., 1949-1951
88 6 Seligmann, Jaqueline, 1929-1951
88 7 Seligmann, Paris Building, 1935
88 8 Seligmann, Paris Building, 1935-1936
88 9 Seligmann, René, 1924-1929
(records of routine personal transactions and financial papers)
88 10 Selznick, Mrs. David O., 1941-1945
88 11 Semon Bache & Co., 1926-1929
88 12 Semple, Mr. and Mrs. William T., 1930-1944
88 13 Sesquicentennial International Exposition, 1926
88 14 Severance, John L., 1923-1929
88 15 Seward, C. A., 1934-1935
88 16 Seyburn, Mrs. Wesson, 1925-1938
Box Folder
89 1 Shannon, Charles E., 1938-1940
89 2 Shapiro, Morris, 1941-1949
89 3 Sharpe, Mrs. Henry D., 1931-1949
89 4 Sheffield, James R., 1925-1936
89 5 Shelden, Mrs. Allan, 1936-1945
89 6 Sheldon, Marshall, 1934-1938
89 7 Sheon, Aaron, 1970-1973
89 8 Sherfesse, Forsythe, 1937-1939
89 9 Sherman, Frederic Fairchild, 1923-1932
89 10 Sherman, Irving H., 1939-1973
89 11 Sherry, Louis, 1929-1930
89 12 Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C., 1936-1938
89 13 Shirley, Andrew, 1952
89 14 Shoenberg, Sydney M., 1936-1938
89 15 Sickles, Daniel, 1936-1941
89 16 Sidley, Irene, 1923-1938
89 17 Sidley, Mrs. John Streeter, 1925-1936
89 18 Sieff, Israel M., 1935-1952
89 19 Silberberg, Daniel H., 1934-1935
89 20 Simmons, Percy, 1967-1970
89 21 Simon, Otto M., 1944-1945
89 22 Simonds, Mrs. W. R., 1928-1929
89 23 Simonson, Lee, 1934-1939
89 24 Simpson, Jean W., 1942-1943
89 25 Simpson, Mrs. John W., 1924-1942
89 26 Singleton, Esther, 1925-1928
89 27 Sinkler, Mr. and Mrs. James M. R., 1948
89 28 Sinkler, Mrs. Wharton, 1925-1948
89 29 Skinner, William, II, 1930
89 30 Skira, Inc., Publishers, 1954-1961
89 31 Sloan, Mrs. Alfred P., 1924-1943
89 32 Sloog, Maurice, 1923-1950
89 33 Smail, Zita Yvonne, 1936-1937
89 34 Small, Mrs. Arthur, 1934
89 35 Smith, Frank C., Jr., 1934-1940
89 36 Smith, Gertrude Robinson, 1947-1948
89 37 Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, 1927-1941
Box Folder
90 1 Smith, Lawrence H., 1930-1932
90 2 Smith, Lotus Robb, 1929-1933
90 3 Snyder, Mrs. Henry S., 1925-1936
90 4 Soby, James T., 1933-1956
90 5 Société de l'Histoire de l'Art Français, 1968-1972
90 6 Société des Amis du Louvre, 1973-1977
90 7 Société Française d'Archéologie, 1964-1975
90 8 Société Française de Bienfaisance, 1923-1930
90 9 Society of Arts and Crafts, 1924-1935
90 10 Soegaard, L. P., 1949-1950
90 11 Soifer, Nathaniel, 1961-1970
90 12 Solberg, Marshall, 1932
90 13 Soldatenkof, Mme. A., 1929
90 14 Solicitations (primarily from charities), 1943-1952
90 15 Solomon, Arthur K., 1953-1973
90 16 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1937-1953
90 17 Somers, Harold, 1924-1925
90 18 Sonnenberg, Benjamin, 1957-1973
90 19 Sonnino, Gabriel, 1950
90 20 Sotheby & Co., 1937-1959
90 21 Sotheby & Co., 1960-1975
90 22 Southam, H. S., 1937-1938
90 23 Southworth Press, 1934
90 Souza, Roberto Pinto De (see De Souza, Roberto Pinto)
90 24 Soyer, Charles, 1950-1952
Box Folder
91 1 Spaeth, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lucien, 1945-1955
91 2 Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B., 1933-1943
91 3 Spaulding, John T., 1925-1943
91 4 Speelman, Edward, 1955-1968
91 5 Speiser, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J., 1932-1948
91 6 Sperber, Lionel A., 1936-1937
91 7 Spero, Arthur, 1928-1930
91 8 Speyer, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar, 1929-1934
91 9 Spingarn, Clifford, 1973-1976
91 10 Spingold, Nathan B., 1939-1949
91 11 Spink & Son, Ltd., 1928-1947
91 12 Spink, C. Marshall, 1949-1961
91 Spink, Jack (see Spink & Son, Ltd.)
91 13 Spinola, Ugo Pietro, 1923-1924
91 14 Spiro, Stephen B., 1968-1969
91 15 Sprague, Frederick L., 1948-1949
91 16 Spreckels, Mrs. Adolph, 1925-1947
91 17 Sprong, Heléne, 1938-1939
91 18 Spur, 1921-1938
91 19 Squier, C. B., 1924-1927
91 20 Stadt Schaffhausen, 1947
91 21 Stair and Andrew, Inc., 1936
91 22 Standard & Poor's Corporation, 1953-1961
91 23 Stang, J. B., 1929-1947
91 24 State of New York, 1927-1940
91 25 Staub, John, 1934-1939
91 26 Stauffer, Thomas B., 1947-1948
91 27 Steegmuller, Francis, 1946-1956
91 28 Steen, Carla, 1955-1962
91 29 Stegmann, Rechtsanwalt (see also Thurn & Taxis-Metternich, Princess), 1924-1935
91 30 Stehli, Mr. and Mrs. Emil, 1927-1942
91 31 Stein, Mrs. Arthur, 1939-1943
91 32 Steiner, John H., 1971-1972
91 33 Steinert, Albert, 1924-1926
91 34 Stendahl Art Galleries, 1936-1946
91 35 Stende, Thomas, 1929-1930
91 36 Sterling, Charles, 1939-1953
91 37 Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 1923-1929
91 38 Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin, 1930-1934
Box Folder
92 1 Stern, Frederic A., 1942-1944
92 2 Stern, Jacob, 1924-1926
92 3 Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Jacques, 1942-1947
92 4 Stern, Louis E., 1936-1945
92 5 Stern, Maurice, 1956-1960
92 6 Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund, 1923-1926
92 Sternberg, Josef von (see von Sternberg, Josef)
92 7 Sterne, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, 1955-1957
92 8 Sterner, Leonie, 1942-1946
92 9 Sterner, Marie, 1922-1935
92 Sternlicht, Solange (see de La Fresnaye, Solange)
92 10 Stettenheim, Mr. and Mrs. I. M., 1923-1943
92 11 Stevens, Frances Watts, 1937-1938
92 12 Stevens, Grace B., 1965-1967
92 13 Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ogden, 1933-1937
92 14 Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, 1946-1957
92 15 Stewart, William R., 1928
92 16 Steyne, Mrs. Abraham, 1926-1929
92 17 Steyne, Alan, 1923-1937
92 18 Stillman, Chauncey D., 1937-1942
92 19 Stonborough Collection, 1939-1940
92 20 Stone, Galen L., 1924-1926
92 21 Stora, Raphael, 1930-1961
92 22 Storm, Jules P., 1924-1926
92 23 Storrs, Mrs. Frank V., 1929-1939
92 24 Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Edward T., 1923-1943
92 25 Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D., 1924-1927
92 26 Straight, Michael, 1960-1975
92 27 Stralem, Mr. and Mrs. C. I., 1927-1931
92 28 Stralem, Mr. and Mrs. Donald S., 1934-1948
92 29 Stranahan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D., 1934-1938
92 30 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N., 1923-1926
92 31 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N., 1927-1932
92 32 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N., 1930-1944
92 33 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N., 1948-1977
Box Folder
93 1 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I., 1924-1943
93 2 Straus, John, 1972-1976
93 3 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel F., 1923-1946
93 4 Straus, Nathan, 1936-1941
93 5 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Percy S., 1924-1951
93 6 Straus, S. J., 1925-1926
93 7 Straus, Mr. and Mrs. S. W., 1923-1927
93 8 Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L., 1923-1974
93 9 Streitmann, A. P., 1944-1946
93 10 Stroganoff Case, 1931-1965
93 11 Strolin, Frédérick, 1954-1963
93 12 Stroock, Mrs. Joseph, 1933-1934
93 13 Suarez, Diego, 1937-1947
93 14 Suhr, William, 1940-1950
93 15 Suida, Wilhelm, 1933-1953
93 16 Sulley, A. J., 1928-1930
93 17 Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J., 1926-1937
93 18 Sullivan, Mary, 1933-1935
93 19 Sutton, Denys, 1950-1967
93 20 Swarzenski, Dr. Georg, 1938-1939
93 21 Swayze, Mrs. Robert C., 1928-1932
93 22 Sweeney, James Johnson, 1940-1952
93 23 Swett, Ruth Doris, 1935
93 24 Swetzoff Gallery, 1951-1953
93 25 Swetzoff Gallery, 1954-1960
93 26 Swinney, E. F., 1925-1927
93 27 Switzerland, Legation of, 1946
93 28 Swope, Horace M., 1931-1937
93 Sylva, B. G. de (see de Sylva, B. G.)
93 29 Sylvestre, Alice, 1924-1926
93 30 Miscellaneous S: Sa, 1923-1977
Box Folder
94 1 Miscellaneous S: Sc, 1923-1970
94 2 Miscellaneous S: Se, 1923-1974
94 3 Miscellaneous S: Sh, 1923-1965
94 4 Miscellaneous S: Si, 1923-1967
94 5 Miscellaneous S: Sk-Sn, 1923-1969
94 6 Miscellaneous S: So, 1923-1961
94 7 Miscellaneous S: Sp-Sq, 1923-1977
94 8 Miscellaneous S: Sta-Ste, 1923-1975
94 9 Miscellaneous S: Sti-Sty, 1923-1977
94 10 Miscellaneous S: Su-Sz, 1922-1961
Box Folder
95 1 Tack, Augustus Vincent, 1936
95 2 Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P., 1924-1930
95 Talleyrand, Marquis de (see de Talleyrand, Marquis)
95 3 Tannahill, Robert H., 1927-1968
95 4 Tapissier, Anne, 1950-1954
95 5 Tarkington, Booth, 1933-1944
95 6 Tate, Diane, 1926-1962
95 7 Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. D. Armstrong, 1936-1938
95 8 Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Myron C., 1926-1941
95 9 Taylor, Roland L., 1931-1943
95 10 Taylor, William H., 1936-1945
95 11 Temple Shalom of Newton, 1965
95 12 Terhune, Ten Broeck M., 1927-1938
95 13 Ternbach, Joseph, 1954-1972
95 14 Terry & Co., 1936-1948
95 15 Thames & Hudson, Ltd., 1962-1964
95 16 Thacher, John S., 1933-1956
95 17 Thom, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R., 1928-1940
95 18 Thos. Agnew & Sons, Ltd., 1927-1935
95 19 Thos. Agnew & Sons, Ltd., 1936-1970
95 20 Thomas & Pierson, 1926
95 21 Thompson, John R., 1924-1942
95 22 Thompson, William H., 1935-1937
95 23 Thomson, D. Croal, 1927-1928
95 24 Thomson Galleries, 1934-1942
95 25 Thorne, Mrs. Langdon K., 1931-1964
95 26 Thurkow, C. Th. F., 1955
95 27 Thullier, Jacques, 1961-1974
95 28 Thurn & Taxis-Metternich, Princess (see also Stegmann, Rechtsanwalt), 1935-1939
95 29 Tice & Lynch, Inc., 1954-1957
95 30 Tiffany & Co., 1928-1947
Box Folder
96 1 Timken, Mr. and Mrs. William R., 1923-1949
96 2 Timme, Dr. Walter, 1928-1934
96 3 Titzell, Mrs. Josiah (Anne), 1937-1951
96 4 Tobias & Co., 1927-1935
96 5 Todhunter, Inc., 1933
96 6 Tolnay-Danesi, Lea, 1940-1957
96 7 Tone Price Rare Books, 1936-1938
96 8 Tooth, Dudley W., 1928-1940
96 9 Toplis and Harding, Inc., 1925-1932
96 10 Topping, Mr. and Mrs. J. A., 1925-1926
96 11 Torrey-Hohoff, 1936-1937
96 12 Toth, Thomas P., 1972-1973
96 Tour d'Auvergne, Princess de la (see de la Tour d'Auvergne, Princess)
96 13 Tourtelot, Madeline, 1948-1957
96 14 Town & Country, 1923-1955
96 15 Tozzi, Piero, 1938-1944
96 16 Tralbaut, Marc Edo, 1961-1962
96 17 Trapp, Oswald, 1934
96 18 Travel (Visits and Contacts), circa 1963-1972
96 19 Traxel Galleries, 1932-1933
96 20 Trevor, Jack, 1928-1949
96 21 Tross, Dr. Ernest L., 1936-1944
96 22 Trotti, Avogli, 1932-1937
96 23 Turner, Percy M., 1932-1952
96 24 Tysen, Kathaleen K., 1924-1929
96 25 Tyson, Carroll S., Jr., 1932-1943
96 26 Miscellaneous T: Ta, 1924-1977
96 27 Miscellaneous T: Te, 1923-1971
96 28 Miscellaneous T: Th, 1925-1963
96 29 Miscellaneous T: Ti to Tj, 1925-1959
96 30 Miscellaneous T: To, 1923-1968
96 31 Miscellaneous T: Tr, 1924-1967
96 32 Miscellaneous T: Tu, 1925-1960
96 33 Miscellaneous T: Tw-Ty, 1915-1960
Box Folder
97 1 Uhde-Bernays, Prof., 1932
97 2 Uihlein, W. B., 1924-1930
97 3 Ullman, Charles, 1946-1953
97 4 United States Commercial Company, 1945
(re: Italy)
97 5 United States Government: Alien Property Custodian, 1944
97 6 United States Government: Customs Service, 1930-1952
97 7 United States Government: Department of Commerce, 1946-1952
97 8 United States Government: Department of State, 1940-1957
97 9 United States Government: Department of the Treasury, 1936-1960
97 10 United States Government: Immigration Service, 1926-1940
97 11 United States Government: Information Agency, 1956-1959
97 12 United States Government: Internal Revenue Service, 1923-1971
97 13 United States Government: Miscellaneous, 1923-1959
97 14 United States Lines, 1923-1939
97 15 Universities and Colleges, Miscellaneous, 1934-1945
97 16 Untermeyer, Irwin, 1927-1959
97 17 Untermeyer, Milton F., 1928-1940
97 18 Miscellaneous U, 1923-1973
97 19 V. Winkel & Magnussen, 1937
97 20 Valentin, Curt (see also Buchholz Gallery), 1934-1936
97 21 Valentin, Curt, 1948-1949
97 22 Valentin, Curt, 1950-1955
97 23 Valentiner, William R., 1939-1958
97 24 Valverde, Don, 1963-1964
97 25 Van Beuren, M. M., 1932-1942
97 Van Dyke Gallery (see Cunningham, John J., Jr.)
97 26 Van Oppen & Co., Ltd., 1932
97 27 van Puyvelde, Leo, 1939-1964
97 28 Van Riper, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B., 1925-1947
97 29 van Saher, Mrs. Edward (Lilla), 1947
97 30 Vaughan, J. J., 1926-1934
97 31 Vaughan, Malcolm, 1927-1934
97 Vaux, Maurice de (see de Vaux, Maurice)
97 32 Veil-Picard, Arthur, 1953-1954
97 33 Venturi, Lionello, 1936-1960
Box Folder
98 1 Verdier, Philippe, 1964-1969
98 2 Verdier, Philippe, 1970-1976
98 3 Verity, George M., 1925-1936
98 Véron, Grauer & Cie., S.A. (see J. Véron, Grauer & Cie., S.A.)
98 Veyrac, Marquis Jacques de (see de Veyrac, Marquis Jacques)
98 4 Viatte, Germain, 1962-1968
98 5 Vicaji, Dorothy, 1926-1927
98 6 Victor, Ernest G., 1925-1932
98 7 Vidal, Yvonne, 1971
98 8 Vieira, José Y., 1949-1950
98 9 Villa, Alfonso, 1923-1925
98 10 Village Art Center, 1954-1958
98 11 Viollet-le-Duc, G., 1957-1962
98 12 Viollet-le-Duc, G., 1963-1973
98 13 Vitzthum, Walter, 1964-1965
98 14 Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C., 1926-1951
98 15 Vogel, Fred, 1927-1931
98 16 Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Horace, 1949-1953
98 17 Vogel, Martin, 1925-1926
98 18 Vogel, Mrs. William D., 1938-1955
98 19 Vogue, 1924-1964
98 20 Volkswagenwerk, 1960-1961
98 21 Von Carnap & Co., 1958
98 22 von Daehne, Arthur, 1932-1933
98 23 von der Heydt, Baron Johann, 1940-1947
98 24 von Frey, Dr. Alexander C. (see also de Frey, Dr. Alexander C., and de Frey, Mrs. Alexander C.), 1936-1939
98 25 von Kienbusch, Carl Otto, 1929-1942, 1964
98 26 Von Leidersdorff, Baron Johann, 1935-1936
98 27 von Mendelsohn, Francesco, 1937-1951
98 28 von Mumm, Walter, 1930
98 29 Von Passavant, G. H., 1928-1930
98 30 von Preuschen, Baron Gerhard Freiherr, 1960-1961
98 von Rebay, Baroness Hilla (see Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)
98 31 von Schierstedt, Lucy, 1928-1931
98 32 von Sternberg, Josef, 1946
98 33 Vose, Robert C., 1943-1949
98 34 Voss, Herman, 1956-1959
98 Vries, Henry P. de (see de Vries, Henry P.)
98 35 Miscellaneous V: Vaa-Val, 1927-1965
98 36 Miscellaneous V: Van, 1923-1970
98 37 Miscellaneous V: Var-Vau, 1926-1961
98 38 Miscellaneous V: Ve, 1923-1972
98 39 Miscellaneous V: Vi, 1926-1965
98 40 Miscellaneous V: Vo-Vr, 1926-1973
Box Folder
99 1 W. R. Keating & Co., 1933-1972
99 2 Wade, L. F., 1931
99 3 Wadsworth, Mrs. James W., 1937
99 4 Waegen, Rolf Hans, 1931-1932
99 5 Waggoner, Electra, 1938
(includes photograph of Electra Waggoner with Victor McLaglan)
99 6 Wainwright, James H., 1925
99 7 Walker, 1938
(copies of letter sent to various people with surname "Walker")
99 8 Walker, Mrs. A. Stewart (Sybil), 1923-1943, 1956-1957
99 9 Walker, Bernard F., 1961-1964
99 10 Walker, Elisha, 1924-1938
99 11 Walker, Emery L., 1938
99 12 Walker Galleries, 1940-1942
99 13 Walker, R.G.R., 1954
99 14 Walker, Mrs. Stuart, 1925-1927
99 15 Wallace, Hugh C., 1934-1937
99 16 Wallraf, Paul, 1930-1962
99 17 Walpole Galleries, 1950
99 18 Walser, Ada S., 1924-1929
99 19 Walser, Ada S., 1930-1933
99 20 Walser, Ada S., 1934-1952
99 Walsh-Serrant, Duc de (see de Walsh-Serrant, Duc)
99 21 Walska, Ganna, 1942
99 22 Walters, Henry, 1923-1925
99 23 Walters, Henry, 1926-1935
99 24 Walters, Mrs. Henry (Sadie W.), 1935-1941
Box Folder
100 1 Wambersie & Zoon, 1951-1953
100 Wanamaker, John (see John Wanamaker)
100 2 Warburg, Edward, M. M., 1931-1970
100 3 Warburg, Mr. and Mrs. Felix M., 1923-1940
100 4 Warburg, Mr. and Mrs. James P., 1936-1939
100 5 Warburg, Paul Felix, 1932-1938
100 6 Warburg, Paul M., 1924-1927
100 7 Warner, Mrs. Harold Hambridge (Ruth), 1934-1946
100 8 Warner, Mrs. Jack, 1942
100 9 Warner, Jonathan, 1924-1925
100 10 Warner, Keith, 1944-1949
100 11 Warner, M., undated
100 12 Warren, Mr. and Mrs. George H., Jr., 1939-1948
100 13 Warren, Mr. Samuel D., 1943-1949
100 14 Warren, Whitney, 1931-1932
100 15 Warwick House, Ltd., 1922-1924
100 16 Washington, D.C., and Vicinity, Notes, 1945-1948
100 17 Waters, George Fite, 1923-1932
(includes photograph of statue of Abraham Lincoln with unidentified man standing at right)
100 18 Watson, Mr. and Mrs. James Sibley, 1925-1936
100 19 Watson, Thomas J., 1935-1950
100 20 Weake, Mrs. Clifford F., 1949-1975
100 21 Weaver, Ann, 1935-1936
100 22 Weaver, R. A., 1932
100 23 Webb, Mrs. J. Watson, 1933-1940
100 24 Weber, H. R., 1977
100 25 Weber, Martine, 1953-1955
100 26 Webster, Edwin S., 1906-1945
100 27 Webster, George H., 1925-1936
100 28 Weeks, Carl, 1926-1948
100 29 Weil, André, 1943-1957
100 30 Weil, David Maxwell, circa 1934, 1951
100 31 Weill, David, 1926-1952
100 32 Weill, Prof. Jean, 1951-1977
100 33 Weill, Michel D., 1923-1975
100 34 Weininger, Richard, 1954-1955
100 Weinmüller, A. (see A. Weinmüller)
100 35 Weissberger, José, 1946-1949
100 36 Weissweiller, E., 1928
100 37 Weitzner, Julius H., 1940-1963
100 38 Wellington, Duke of, 1964
100 39 Wells, James Raye, 1946-1947
100 Welti-Furrer, Ltd., Zurich (see A. Welti-Furrer, Ltd., Zurich)
Box Folder
101 1 Wender, Harry S., 1935
101 2 Wendland, Dr. Hans, 1969-1970
101 3 Wengraf, Herner, 1972-1974
101 4 Werner, Alfred, 1959-1962
101 5 Wertheim, Maurice, 1935-1963
101 6 Wertheimer, Otto, 1953-1977
101 7 Wescher, Paul, 1960-1961
101 8 Weschler, Anita, 1966
101 9 Wescott, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, 1943
101 10 Westbrook, Mrs. James, 1955
101 11 Wetmore, Edith, 1932-1964
101 12 Weyerhaeuser, Frederic, 1925-1929
101 13 Weygand, Mrs. Charmion, 1943-1944
101 14 Weyhe, E., 1927-1953
101 15 Wheeler, Edward, 1953-1954
101 16 Wheelwright, Bond, 1952-1956
101 17 Whitcomb, Edgar B., 1925-1940
101 18 Whitcomb, Edward, 1925
101 19 White, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S., III, 1925-1949
101 20 Whiteside, A. D., 1940-1949
101 21 Whitley, William T., 1936-1938
101 22 Whitmarsh, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F., 1925-1942
101 23 Whitney, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1932-1938
101 24 Whitney, Mrs. Harry Payne, 1923-1935
101 25 Whitney, John Hay, 1935-1955
101 26 Whitney, Mrs. Payne, 1938
101 27 Whitten, Katherine, 1938
101 28 Wiborg, Mary Hoyt, 1935-1938
101 29 Wichfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Aksel, 1929-1935
101 30 Wichfeld, Mabelle Swift, 1937-1964
101 31 Wickes, Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth, 1928-1955
101 32 Widener, Mr. and Mrs. George D., 1938-1939
101 33 Widener, Joseph E., 1923-1941
101 Wild, Dr. A. Martin de (see de Wild, Dr. A. Martin)
101 34 Wildenstein, Elisabeth, 1931-1955
101 35 Wildenstein & Co., 1924-1939
101 36 Wildenstein & Co., 1940-1946
101 37 Wildenstein & Co., 1946-1967
101 Wildenstein Foundation (see Fondation Wildenstein)
101 38 Willems, M. Florent, 1935-1939
101 39 William B. May Company, Real Estate, Inc. (see also Moulton House), 1924-1925
101 40 Wm. Baumgarten & Co., Inc., 1924-1934
101 41 William Hallsborough, Ltd., 1957-1960
Box Folder
102 1 Williams, Charles F., 1935-1945
102 2 Williams, Mrs. Douglas, 1959
102 3 Williams, H.K.S., 1940-1941
102 4 Willoughby, Hugh, 1938-1940
102 5 Wilson, Mrs. Alfred G., 1926-1936
102 6 Wilson, R. Thornton, 1947
102 7 Wimpfheimer, Mrs. Charles A., 1923-1958
102 8 Wing, Mrs. Wilson G., 1936
102 9 Winger, Mrs. Bertram (Irene), 1937-1938
102 Winkel, V. & Magnussen (see V. Winkel & Magnussen)
102 10 Winston, Lydia K. (Mrs. Harry Lewis), 1948-1955
102 11 Winston, Mr. and Mrs. Norman K., 1931-1939
102 12 Winter, Emil, 1924-1937
102 13 Winterbotham, Joseph, 1936-1945
102 14 Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1943-1948
102 15 Winthrop, Mrs. Agerton, 1924
102 16 Winthrop, Grenville L., 1923-1933
102 17 Winthrop, Grenville L., 1934-1942
102 18 Wisdom, John Minor, Jr., 1960-1966
102 19 Wise & Seligsberg, 1923-1929
102 20 Wiseman, William, 1938
102 21 Witt, Robert, 1935-1938
102 22 Witten, Laurence, 1956-1958
102 23 Wittenborn & Co., 1945-1950
102 24 Wittmeyer, Lucia, 1953-1966
102 25 Wolf, Emile E., 1966-1968
102 26 Wolf, Hamilton A., 1953-1954
(includes photograph of Wolf)
102 27 Wolfe, Alan, 1935-1942
102 28 Wood, Frank P., 1923-1938
102 29 Woodner, Ian, 1966-1974
102 30 Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1931-1936
102 31 Woog, Raymond, 1926-1934
102 32 Worcester, Charles H., 1928-1939
102 33 World's Fair, New York, 1938-1939
Box Folder
103 1 Worswick, Mr. and Mrs. A. E., 1933-1939
103 2 Worthy Printing Co., 1932-1934
103 3 Wright, Dean & Co., Ltd., 1973-1977
103 4 Wrightsman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B., 1955-1974
103 5 Wyeth, N. C., 1932
103 6 Miscellaneous W: Wab-Wan, 1923-1972
103 7 Miscellaneous W: War-Wat, 1924-1972
103 8 Miscellaneous W: Wea-Wei, 1924-1967
103 9 Miscellaneous W: Wel-Wen, 1925-1964
103 10 Miscellaneous W: Wer-Wey, 1925-1961
103 11 Miscellaneous W: Whe-Who, 1924-1978
103 12 Miscellaneous W: Wia-Wil, 1923-1970
103 13 Miscellaneous W: Wim-Wit, 1925-1966
103 14 Miscellaneous W: Woe-Woo, 1925-1972
103 15 Miscellaneous W: Wor-Wri, 1923-1972
103 16 Miscellaneous W: Wue-Wyz, 1925-1960
103 17 Young, Mrs. J. W., 1950-1954
103 18 Young, Mrs. Leonard A., 1929-1939
103 19 Yurka, Blanche, 1939
103 20 Miscellaneous Y, 1930-1972
103 21 Zeitlin, Jake, 1936-1938
103 22 Zeri, Federico, 1968-1971
103 23 Zervos, Christian, 1936-1969
103 24 Ziegler, William, Jr., 1924-1936
103 25 Zinser, Richard H., 1945-1971
103 26 Zintag, Paul, 1938
103 27 Zork, David, 1925-1935
103 28 Zumsteg, Gustav, 1950-1962
103 29 Zwemmer Gallery, 1936-1964
103 30 Miscellaneous Z, 1923-1971
103 31 Unidentifiable and Illegible, 1965, undated

1.4: Museum Correspondence, 1920-1978

The Museum Correspondence is almost identical in content to the General Correspondence (Series 1.3). But rather than correspondence with individual and private clients, collectors, dealers, agents, and other associates, this series houses Jacques Seligmann & Co.'s correspondence files with art museums and public galleries. Of interest is correspondence regarding the firm's acquisitions, sales and purchase negotiations, overseas shipping arrangements, and provenance documentation and research.

Many of the museums and galleries listed below have corresponding files in Museum Files (Series 2.2), which provide information about the public collections of U.S. and European museums and art galleries.

Entries are filed alphabetically first by geographical location and subsequently by name of institution. Documents within folders are in reverse chronological order.

This series has been scanned in entirety.

Box Folder
104 1 Akron, Ohio, Akron Art Museum (formerly Akron Art Institute), 1951-1965
104 2 Albany, New York, Albany Institute of History and Art, 1925-1928, 1945-1947
104 3 Algiers, Algeria, Musée National des Beaux-Arts d'Alger, 1954-1960
104 4 Amsterdam, Holland, Rijksmuseum, 1951-1977
104 5 Andover, Massachusetts, Addison Gallery of American Art, 1932-1947
104 6 Ann Arbor, Michigan, University of Michigan, Museum of Art, 1948-1977
104 7 Asbury Park, New Jersey, 1931
104 8 Atlanta, Georgia, Atlanta Art Association and High Museum of Art, 1928, 1945-1958, 1974-1975
104 9 Auburn, Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1948-1950
104 10 Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Museum of Art, 1930-1944
104 11 Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Museum of Art, 1945-1974
104 12 Baltimore, Maryland, Goucher College, 1930-1934
104 13 Baltimore, Maryland, Walters Art Gallery, 1933-1961
104 14 Baltimore, Maryland, Walters Art Gallery, 1962-1976
104 15 Basel, Switzerland, Kunstmuseum Basel, 1951-1965
104 16 Berkeley, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, California, University of California, University Art Museum, 1949-1974
104 17 Berlin, Germany, Staatliche Museen, 1965-1972
104 18 Berne, Switzerland, Kunstmuseum, 1949-1959
104 19 Besançon, France, Musée de Beaux-Arts de Besançon, 1952, 1958, 1965-1971
104 20 Binghamton, New York, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1967-1972
Box Folder
105 1 Birmingham, Alabama, Birmingham Museum of Art, 1931-1977
105 2 Birmingham, England, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, 1949-1960
105 3 Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1949
105 4 Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University Department of Fine Arts, 1942-1957, 1965
105 5 Bordeaux, France, Institut d'Histoire de L'Art Moderne, 1955-1973
105 6 Bordeaux, France, Mairie de Bordeaux, 1952-1957
105 7 Bordeaux, France, Musée et Galerie des Beaux-Arts, 1957-1973
105 8 Boston, Massachusetts, Library of the Boston Athenaeum, 1951
105 9 Boston, Massachusetts, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Institute of Modern Art, 1938-1941
105 10 Boston, Massachusetts, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Institute of Modern Art, 1942-1958
105 11 Boston, Massachusetts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1926-1937
105 12 Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, 1924-1934
105 13 Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, 1934-1938
Box Folder
106 1 Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, 1939-1949
106 2 Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, 1950-1961
106 3 Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, 1962-1977
106 4 Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum, 1925-1962
106 5 Brussels, Belgium, Bibliothèque Royale, 1953-1955, 1975-1976
106 6 Brussels, Belgium, Centre National de Recherches "Primitifs Flamands," 1953-1957
106 7 Brussels, Belgium, Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, 1939-1970
106 8 Buenos Aires, Argentina, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1935-1941, 1954
106 9 Buffalo, New York, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, 1923-1933
106 10 Buffalo, New York, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, 1934-1938
Box Folder
107 1 Buffalo, New York, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1939-1974
107 2 Buffalo, New York, Buffalo Museum of Science, 1936-1942
107 3 Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, Università di Cagliari (Renata Serra Study of Francesco Pinna), 1966-1976
107 4 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Germanic Museum, 1930-1940
107 5 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Estate of Francesco de Dombrowski, 1956
107 6 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1920-1929
107 7 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1930-1935
107 8 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1936-1938
107 9 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1939-1940
107 10 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1941-1947
Box Folder
108 1 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1948-1951
108 2 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1952-1956
108 3 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1957-1965
108 4 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1966-1974
108 5 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Library, 1950-1974
108 6 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950-1951
108 7 Cambridge, Massachusetts, Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Inc., 1940
108 8 Carbondale, Illinois, Southern Illinois University, 1956-1957
108 9 Champaign, Illinois, Krannert Art Museum, 1962-1973
108 10 Chapel Hill, North Carolina, University of North Carolina, 1941-1978
108 11 Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston Museum, 1920-1933
108 12 Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chattanooga Art Association, 1952-1960
Box Folder
109 1 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1922-1924
109 2 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1925
109 3 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1926-1936
109 4 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1935-1936
109 5 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1937-1940
109 6 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1941-1944
109 7 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1945-1948
109 8 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1949
Box Folder
110 1 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1950-1956
110 2 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1957-1962
110 3 Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1963-1977
110 4 Chicago, Illinois, Arts Club of Chicago, 1955-1956, 1971-1975
110 5 Chicago, Illinois, Loyola University, Martin d'Arcy Gallery of Art, 1970-1977
110 6 Chicago, Illinois, Sheridan Art Galleries, 1950
110 7 Chicago, Illinois, University of Chicago, Department of Art, 1931-1968
110 8 Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1930-1934
110 9 Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1935-1962
110 10 Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Modern Art Society, 1948
110 11 Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Museum Association, 1924-1929
110 12 Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Museum, 1932-1940, 1971-1972
110 13 Cincinnati, Ohio, University of Cincinnati, 1970-1978
Box Folder
111 1 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1923-1929
111 2 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930-1934
111 3 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1935-1936
111 4 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1937-1938
111 5 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1939-1943
111 6 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1944-1947
111 7 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1948-1951
111 8 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1951-1952
111 9 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1953-1957
Box Folder
112 1 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1958-1960
112 2 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1961-1962
112 3 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1963-1965
112 4 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1966-1971
112 5 Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1972-1977
112 6 College Park, Maryland, University of Maryland, 1968-1972
112 7 Colorado Springs, Colorado, Colorado College, 1953, 1958
112 8 Colorado Springs, Colorado, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1936-1957
112 9 Columbia, Missouri, University of Missouri, 1962-1964
112 10 Columbus, Ohio, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1927-1977
112 11 Copenhagen, Denmark, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, 1954-1971
112 12 Coral Gables, Florida, University of Miami, Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, 1954-1965
112 13 Corning, New York, Corning Museum of Glass, 1951-1957
Box Folder
113 1 Dallas, Texas, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1934-1958
113 2 Dallas, Texas, Dallas Theater Center Art Committee, 1967-1974
113 3 Dayton, Ohio, Dayton Art Institute, 1930-1965
113 4 Dayton, Ohio, Dayton Art Institute, 1966-1976
113 5 Denver, Colorado, Denver Art Museum, 1926-1971
113 6 Des Moines, Iowa, Des Moines Art Center, 1948-1959
(includes correspondence with, and photograph of, Edward Wheeler)
113 7 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1923-1926
113 8 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1927-1929
113 9 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1930-1935
113 10 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1936-1939
Box Folder
114 1 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1940-1947
114 2 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1948-1953
114 3 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1954-1964
114 4 Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1965-1974
114 5 Dijon, France, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, 1945-1971
114 6 Duluth, Minnesota, University of Minnesota, Tweed Gallery, 1947-1975
114 7 East Lansing, Michigan, Michigan State College Museum of Art, 1953-1957
114 8 Edinburgh, Scotland, National Gallery of Scotland, 1934
114 9 Evansville, Indiana, Evansville Public Museum, 1948-1952
114 10 Fayetteville, Arkansas, University of Arkansas, Department of Art, 1953-1958
114 11 Flint, Michigan, Flint Institute of Arts, 1942-1947
114 12 Fort Wayne, Indiana, Fort Wayne Art School and Museum, 1953-1954
114 13 Fort Worth, Texas, Fort Worth Art Center, 1951-1969
114 14 Fort Worth, Texas, Kimbell Art Foundation, 1966-1971
114 15 Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida, Department of History, 1954-1964
114 16 Geneva, Switzerland, Martin Bodmer Library, 1952-1954, 1968-1972
114 17 Ghent, Belgium, Museum of Fine Arts, 1952-1962
114 18 Glasgow, Scotland, Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, 1960-1974
114 19 Grand Rapids, Michigan, Grand Rapids Art Gallery, 1940-1958
114 20 Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University, 1952-1958
114 21 Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University, 1959-1975
Box Folder
115 1 Hagerstown, Maryland, Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, 1936-1937
115 2