Kraushaar Galleries records, 1885-2006

A Finding Aid to the Kraushaar Galleries Records, 1885-2006, in the Archives of American Art, by Stephanie L. Ashley and Sarah Haug

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Funding for the processing of this collection was provided by the Getty Foundation and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Care Fund

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Historical Information

Charles W. Kraushaar established Kraushaar Galleries in 1885 as a small store on Broadway near Thirty-first Street in New York City. Initially the store sold artist materials, photogravures, and reproductions. Drawing on his previous experience working with William Schause, a leading dealer in European paintings, Kraushaar soon progressed to selling original watercolors, paintings, and engravings by European artists, primarily landscapes of the Barbizon School.

In 1901 Kraushaar moved the business to 260 Fifth Avenue and with the assistance of his brother, John F. Kraushaar, began adding more modern French and American painters to the inventory. Of particular interest to John Kraushaar was the group of American realists known as "The Eight," who had held a self-selected, self-organized exhibition at the Macbeth Gallery in 1908. The Eight were Arthur B. Davies, William Glackens, Robert Henri, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, Everett Shinn, and John Sloan. Luks, whom John Kraushaar met around 1902, was probably the first major American artist represented at Kraushaar Galleries. In 1917 John Sloan was invited to hold his first one-person show at the galleries despite accusations that his exhibition at the Whitney Studio the previous year had represented a brutal depiction of life that lacked subtlety and sensitivity.

When Charles Kraushaar died suddenly in 1917, John assumed control of the galleries and soon enlisted the assistance of his daughter, Antoinette Kraushaar. Antoinette had suffered a bout of pneumonia during the influenza epidemic of 1918 that cut short her education; grooming her for a career in the galleries was a logical step. Following the end of the First World War, Kraushaar resumed his buying trips to Europe, often accompanied by Antoinette, and exhibited works by European artists such as André Derain, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Vincent Van Gogh. However, it was the increasing commitment to contemporary American artists for which the galleries would become best known. In addition to The Eight, the Kraushaars developed their inventory of American paintings and etchings with exhibitions of work by artists such as Gifford Beal, Charles Demuth, Guy Pène Du Bois, Gaston Lachaise, Jerome Myers, Charles Prendergast, and Henry Schnakenberg.

Returning from a buying trip to Europe in 1929, John Kraushaar wrote to California collector Preston Harrision on July 26 that "the prices over there, especially for modern pictures are astounding." Nevertheless, Kraushaar believed that investing in modern art would yield benefits within the next five years, and he refused to be influenced by museums and critics outside of New York who were reluctant to agree. He exhibited a healthy disrespect for museum directors in general, whom he referred to in his letters to Harrision as "dead heads" who ought to be sent to different art centers of the world in order to "get in touch with what is going on there" (March 11, 1929).

Like most of its contemporaries, Kraushaar Galleries suffered considerably during the Depression of the 1930s and struggled to collect and, in turn, pay accounts due. On October 5, 1931, John Kraushaar confessed to H. S. Southam, "Business is very bad with us, and I know that you will treat it confidentially when I tell you that I have had to sacrifice a good part of my personal holdings to provide cash for my own business." By 1934 the rent on the galleries' current location at 680 Fifth Avenue, where Kraushaar had moved in 1919, was out of all proportion to the amount of business that was being generated. In 1936, a timely move to 730 Fifth Avenue allowed the family to effect substantial economies without a disproportionate loss of business.

During the 1930s, John Kraushaar's health began to fail, and he was frequently absent from the galleries. Consequently, Antoinette Kraushaar took on greater responsibility for the operation of the business with the assistance of her brother Charles. Although Antoinette was one of few women to hold such a prominent position in the art business at that time, there is no evidence in the records to suggest that artists or customers who had been accustomed to dealing with John Kraushaar had any difficulty accepting the transition in management from father to daughter.

Nevertheless, collecting accounts remained difficult, and although business had improved by 1938 it was now stymied by the threat of war in Europe. The warmth of relations between the Kraushaars and the artists they handled, and their colleagues, was crucial to Antoinette during these years. She repeatedly expressed her gratitude for their understanding and assistance in her letters as she struggled to meet financial obligations and operate the business in her father's absence, experimenting with different strategies as she evolved an approach that would sustain the business. In a letter to Gifford Beal dated August 6, 1941, she spoke of "hellish times" and stressed, "I have learned a great many things during the past few years and hope that we are groping our way towards a working solution of our own affairs at least."

While there is no question that Antoinette Kraushaar shared her father's genuine interest in contemporary American artists, the growing commitment to these artists that was forged during these years was driven in large part by necessity. By increasing her stock of American art and adding "younger painters of promise," she was able to sell work in a much broader price range. Consequently she could reach a wider audience and increase the likelihood that the business would remain solvent. This method of business also suited her personality far more than having a very specialized inventory of highly priced work, an approach that she confessed to J. Lionberger Davis on December 3, 1940, "requires a particular kind of temperament, and frankly I neither like it nor believe in it."

Throughout her career Antoinette imbued the business with her personal style. She understood that elitism alienated art buyers of moderate income, who constituted her bread and butter, and believed strongly that the gallery environment should not be intimidating to potential customers. She corresponded at length with old and new clients alike, patiently offering advice when asked and maintaining liberal policies for those who wished to borrow artwork on approval. She also participated in events that promoted efforts to make art available to a wider audience, such as a 1951 exhibition and seminar at the Florida Gulf Coast Art Center that addressed problems of buying and selling art. She was a two-time board member of the Art Dealers Association of America and considered the organization to be an important source of support for the gallery community.

In her dealings with other commercial galleries and art institutions, Antoinette Kraushaar exhibited a strong spirit of cooperation and enthusiasm, consistently lending art to small, locally owned businesses and community organizations as well as to more established galleries and world-class museums. She also developed long and mutually beneficial associations with the art departments of many educational institutions across the country, which proved to be fertile ground for young and upcoming artists.

Antoinette Kraushaar exhibited the same honesty and fairness in dealing with artists as her father had, expressing her opinions of their work in a forthright manner and maintaining a policy of always looking at the work of any artist who came to her. She understood the inherent difficulties of dealing with living artists but relished the excitement of encouraging their work and watching them develop. On November 14, 1947, in reply to a letter from the artist Bernard Arnest, in which Arnest apologized for burdening her with his worries, she reminded him, "One of the functions of a dealer is to act as a safety valve. Didn't you know?"

Although she would not retain artists indefinitely if she felt their work had deteriorated in quality, Antoinette often stressed that she was prepared to accept little or no initial financial return on the work of artists who showed promise or whose work held a particular appeal for her. In a letter of December 30, 1940, she reassured Walt Dehner that the lack of sales from his recent exhibition would not lead her to withdraw his work from the galleries. In typically unassuming style she advised Dehner to "go on painting whatever interests you. We have found that there is no recipe for success, either artistic or material."

In the early 1940s Antoinette Kraushaar implemented two changes to her inventory. Sensing that interest in sculpture was growing, she rearranged the space to give that medium more room and attention. The market for etchings had been declining since the late 1930s, and as she reduced this part of her inventory she also acted on her personal passion for drawings by opening a small gallery devoted to contemporary American drawings that were priced well within the range of most customers.

By the time Kraushaar Galleries moved to 32 East Fifty-seventh Street, late in 1944, American art had become the main focus of the business. While the long-standing interest in The Eight and other artists of that period continued, the galleries also handled contemporaries such as Louis Bouché, Samuel Brecher, John Heliker, Andrée Ruellan, and Karl Schrag. When John Kraushaar died in December 1946, Antoinette and Charles legally assumed control of the business. This partnership continued until 1950, when Antoinette assumed sole ownership of the gallery.

In 1955 the galleries moved uptown to smaller quarters at 1055 Madison Avenue, and Antoinette Kraushaar gave up the greater part of her print business. She was inundated with requests from artists to be allowed a chance to show her their work, and the galleries' exhibition schedule was always full. Contemporary artists she now represented included Bernard Arnest, Peggy Bacon, Russell Cowles, Kenneth Evett, William Dean Fausett, William Kienbusch, Joe Lasker, and George Rickey, and she continued to exhibit artwork by Charles Demuth, William Glackens, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, Boardman Robinson, and John Sloan.

By the late 1950s the artists of the generation that her father had promoted in the early part of the century had died, but Antoinette Kraushaar had the pleasure of seeing his faith in them come to fruition. In a letter to Ralph Wilson dated October 20, 1958, she stated with satisfaction, "The Boston Museum is taking (at long last) a deep interest in (Maurice) Prendergast, and they will probably do an important show within the next year." Her correspondence with William Glackens's son Ira in the 1960s reveals the extent to which Glackens's popularity had grown since his death in 1938, and the market for John Sloan's work had been increasing steadily since the late 1920s. In 1962 James Penney summed up Kraushaar Galleries' success in the foreword of a catalog for an exhibition of paintings and sculpture the galleries had organized with the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute at Hamilton College:

Over the years, Kraushaar's has maintained a freshness of viewpoint, a soundness of judgment and an integrity of practice that have made it one of the most respected and successful of American galleries. It is one of the few galleries difficult to type as the representative of a particular style or fashion, for its concern is with quality. Its fairness and reliability in dealing both with the artist and the public have become the measure for the integrity of an American art dealer.

In 1964, Antoinette Kraushaar extended the galleries' property into the adjacent building. She continued to manage the business for twenty-four more years, handling contemporary American paintings, drawings, and sculpture and specializing in the work of early-twentieth-century American painters. In 1988 she retired from day-to-day management of the galleries and died four years later at the age of ninety. Kraushaar Galleries remains in operation today at 724 Fifth Avenue under the direction of Carole Pesner (president) and Katherine Kaplan (director), who joined the gallery in 1959 and 1986 respectively. The galleries continue to show figurative and abstract work by living American painters and sculptors while also representing, or offering works by, many of the same artists, such as Gifford Beal, William Glackens, and John Sloan, that John and Antoinette championed throughout their careers.

    Date
    Event
    1854
    Charles W. Kraushaar born
    1871
    John F. Kraushaar born
    1885
    Kraushaar Galleries established on Broadway near Thirty-first Street
    1901
    Galleries moved to 260 Fifth Avenue
    1902
    Antoinette Kraushaar born
    1917
    Charles W. Kraushaar died; John Kraushaar assumed control of the business, increasing inventory of modern American and European artists; first John Sloan exhibition
    1919
    Galleries moved to 680 Fifth Avenue
    [1920]
    Antoinette Kraushaar began assisting with the business
    1924
    Maurice Prendergast died
    1936
    Galleries moved to the Heckscher Building at 730 Fifth Avenue
    1938
    William J. Glackens died
    1944
    Galleries moved to the Rolls Royce Building at 32 East Fifty-seventh Street; American art now the main focus of the business
    1946
    John Kraushaar died; Antoinette and Charles Kraushaar assumed control of the business
    1948
    Charles Prendergast died
    1950
    Antoinette Kraushaar assumed sole ownership of Kraushaar Galleries
    1951
    John Sloan died
    1955
    Galleries moved to 1055 Madison Avenue
    1959
    Carole Pesner joined Kraushaar Galleries
    1964
    Galleries extended into adjacent building
    1981
    Galleries moved to 724 Fifth Avenue
    1986
    Katherine Kaplan joined Kraushaar Galleries
    1988
    Antoinette Kraushaar retired from day-to-day management of the business
    1992
    Antoinette Kraushaar died

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The records of New York City Kraushaar Galleries measure 91.9 linear feet and date from its establishment in 1885 to 2006. Three-fourths of the collection documents the gallery's handling of contemporary American paintings, drawings, and sculpture through correspondence with artists, private collectors, museums, galleries, and other art institutions, interspersed with scattered exhibition catalogs and other materials. Also included are John F. Kraushaar's estate records; artists' files; financial ledgers documenting sales and gallery transactions; consignment and loan records; photographs of artwork; sketchbooks and drawings by James Penney, Louis Bouché, and others; and two scrapbooks.

The collection reflects all activities conducted in the day-to-day administration of the business and relates to the acquisition, consignment, loan, sale, and exhibition of art by twentieth-century American artists and European artists of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The records document specific arrangements for loans and exhibitions, artist-dealer relations, relationships with public and private collectors, interaction with the art dealer community, and routine requests for information.

Much of the artist correspondence relates to practical arrangements for exhibitions of artwork, but in many cases also documents the development of individual artists and the effect of their relationship with the galleries on their ability to produce marketable work. Many of the artists represented in the collection also wrote lengthy letters, particularly to Antoinette Kraushaar, describing their attitudes to their work and providing insight into how that work was shaped by events in their personal lives.

The bulk of the correspondence with museums and institutions concerns practical arrangements for loans of artwork and provides detailed information about market prices and insurance values. It offers insight into the general climate of opinion toward particular artists and styles at any given time. Correspondence with other galleries and dealers also concerns loans and sales of artwork but, due to the typically cordial and cooperative nature of relations between the Kraushaars and their contemporaries, may also provide a more extensive and personal view of relationships and trends in the art dealer community. Similarly, while a portion of the correspondence with private collectors concerns routine requests for information and loans of art on approval, there is also substantive correspondence documenting the development of the artistic vision of collectors such as Preston Harrison, Elizabeth S. Navas, and Duncan Phillips.

From 1917 to the mid-1930s correspondence was handled mainly by John Kraushaar, and the bulk of that relating to European galleries and European art can be found during these years. Although there are only a handful of materials before 1926, records from the 1920s and 1930s document Kraushaar Galleries' growing commitment to American artists and the climate of the market for their work. The financial hardships of the Depression are vividly depicted in the numerous letters written during the 1930s seeking payment on accounts receivable and requesting extensions on accounts payable.

From the mid-1930s to 1968 correspondence was conducted primarily by Antoinette Kraushaar and, to some degree, by her assistants in later years. As the galleries' focus on American art increased, so did the volume of correspondence with artists, and the collection is particularly rich during the 1940s and early 1960s. In later years to 2006, most of the correspondence was conducted by Carol Pesner and gallery assistants.

The exhibition catalogs included in the collection do not represent a complete set. Those found are working copies used by the galleries in preparation for exhibitions and are often annotated with prices or insurance values. Additional exhibition catalogs can be found on the microfilm described in the Administrative Information section of this finding aid.

The majority of Kraushaar Galleries' insurance records can be found in files relating to the company Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, later known as Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc. Shipping and transportation records are generally filed under the names of the companies used for such transactions and can primarily be found under Davies, Turner & Co., Hudson Forwarding & Shipping Co., Railway Express Agency, Inc., and W. S. Budworth & Son, and to a lesser degree under American Railway Express Company, Arthur Lenars & Cie., C. B. Richard & Co., De La Rancheraye & Co., Hayes Storage, Packing & Removal Service, Inc., and Willis, Faber & Co. Ltd.

The 2008-2009 accretion includes additional correspondence similar in content and with correspondents as described above, as well as some artists' Christmas cards. However, the bulk of the additional correspondence dates from 1965-2006, with a handful of miscellaneous correspondence from 1877 to the mid-twentieth century. Also found are financial and business records including records from the closing of the John F. Kraushaar estate; over 40 ledgers providing nearly complete documentation of the gallery's sales and transactions from its establishment to 1946; incoming consignment records, including account statements and correspondence with artists, from the 1940s to 2006; and outgoing consignment and loan records from 1899-2006. The gallery's representation of its stable of artists is documented through artists' files containing printed materials, exhibition catalogs and announcements, price lists, and biographical information, as well as containers of photographs and negatives of artwork. Also found is a 1933 sketchbook by James Penney, drawings and sketchbooks by Louis Bouché, and two scrapbooks.

See Index for List of Kraushaar Galleries Exhibitions

Arrangement and Series Description

Kraushaar Galleries generally filed all types of records together with correspondence in a combination of alphabetical and chronological files. Thus financial records, insurance records, receipts, photographs, and exhibition catalogs can be found interfiled with general correspondence in Series 1-3. A group of photographs of artwork maintained separately by Kraushaar Galleries constitutes Series 4. Series 6 was minimally processed separately from Series 1-5, and the arrangement reflects the original order of the addition for the most part.

Records in Series 1-3 were originally filed alphabetically by name of correspondent and then by month, by a span of several months, or by year. The alphabetical arrangement has been retained, but to facilitate access the collection was rearranged so that correspondence was collated by year. From 1901 to 1944 outgoing letters and incoming letters are filed separately; in 1945 some outgoing letters are filed separately, with the bulk of the material filed together as correspondence; from 1946 to 1968 incoming and outgoing letters are filed together as correspondence.

For Series 1-3 organizations or individuals represented by at least 15 letters are filed in separate file folders. All other correspondents are arranged in general files by letters of the alphabet, with selected correspondents and subjects noted in parentheses after the folder title.

Series 2 and several boxes in Series 3 contain a variety of notes and receipts received and created by Kraushaar Galleries that were originally unfoldered. The notes can be found in folders adjacent to the receipts and include handwritten notes of customer names and addresses, financial notes and calculations, catalogs of exhibitions, invitations and announcements to exhibitions frequently used as note paper, and other miscellany. Although most of the miscellaneous notes are undated, they are filed, with the receipts, at the end of the year to which they appear to relate. For the years 1929 and 1930 Kraushaar Galleries created separate alphabetical files for some of the billing statements received from other businesses. These have been filed adjacent to "Miscellaneous Notes" and "Receipts" in the appropriate years.

Kraushaar Galleries tended to file correspondence with businesses alphabetically according to the letter of the last name: for example, Wm. E. Goodridge & Son would be filed under G rather than W.

Subjects and Names

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

Subjects:

  • Luks, George Benjamin, 1867-1933
  • Murdock, Roland P. -- Art collections
  • Wichita Art Museum

Subjects-Topical:

  • Art, American
  • Art galleries, Commercial -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Artists -- United States
  • Depressions -- 1929

Types of Materials:

  • Drawings
  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Financial records
  • Notes
  • Photographs
  • Sketchbooks
  • Sketches
  • Works of art

Names:

  • Albrizio, Humbert, 1901-1970
  • Allard, J.
  • Arnest, Bernard, 1917-
  • Bacon, Peggy, 1895-1987
  • Beal, Gifford, 1879-1956
  • Beal, Reynolds, 1866-1951
  • Bignou, Etienne
  • Bouché, Louis, 1896-1969
  • Brueming, Karen
  • Cantene, David
  • Cowles, Russell, 1887-1979
  • DeLonga, Leonard
  • Demuth, Charles, 1883-1935
  • Evett, Kenneth Warnock, 1913-
  • Fausett, Dean, 1913-
  • Flannery, Vaughn
  • Glackens, Edith
  • Glackens, William J., 1870-1938
  • Guillaume, Paul, 1891-1934
  • Halberstadt, Ernst, 1910-
  • Hardy, Thomas, 1921-
  • Harrison, Preston
  • Hartell, John
  • Heliker, John Edward, 1909-2000
  • Juley, Peter A., 1862-1937
  • Kirsch, Frederick D. (Frederick Dwight), b. 1899
  • Kraushaar, Antoinette M., 1902-1992
  • Kraushaar, John F., 1871-1946
  • Kuhn, Walt, 1877-1949
  • Lachaise, Gaston, 1882-1935
  • Lasker, Joe
  • Laurent, Robert, 1890-1970
  • Lechay, James
  • Miller, Harriette
  • Morris, Carl, 1911-1993
  • Navas, Elizabeth S., b. 1895
  • Penney, James, 1910-
  • Phillips, Duncan, 1886-1966
  • Prendergast, Charles, 1863-1948
  • Prendergast, Maurice Brazil, 1858-1924
  • Robinson, Boardman, 1876-1952
  • Ruellan, Andrée, 1905-
  • Schnakenberg, H. E. (Henry Ernest), 1892-1970
  • Sloan, John, 1871-1951
  • Smalley, David, 1940-
  • Smith, Vernon, 1894-1969
  • Stanley, Alix W.
  • Williams, Esther, 1907-1969
  • Wilson, Ralph L.
  • Art Institute of Chicago
  • Carnegie Institute
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Ernest Brown and Co.
  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
  • New Britain Institute. Art Museum
  • Toledo Museum of Art
  • University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Dept. of Art
  • Whitney Museum of American Art

Provenance

53.5 linear feet of records were donated to the Archives of American Art by Kraushaar Galleries in three separate accessions in 1959, 1994, and 1996. Katherine Kaplan of Kraushaar Galleries donated an additional 38.4 linear feet in 2008-2009.

Separated and Related Materials

In addition to the records described in this finding aid, the following materials were lent to the Archives for filming in 1956 and are available on microfilm reels NKR1-NKR3 and for interlibrary loan: a book of clippings from 1907 to 1930, primarily of exhibition reviews; loose clippings and catalogs of exhibitions from 1930 to 1946; and a group of photographs and clippings relating to George Luks and other artists. These materials were returned to Kraushaar Galleries after microfilming.

An untranscribed oral history interview with Antoinette Kraushaar was conducted for the Archives of American Art by Avis Berman in 1982, and is available on five audio cassettes at the Archives' Washington D.C. research facility.

How the Collection was Processed

The first three accessions were merged and processed by Stephanie L. Ashley in 2000, with funding provided by The Getty Grant Program. The 2008-2009 addition of 38.4 linear feet was minimally processed by Sarah Haug in 2011 with funding provided by the Smithsonian Institution Collections Care Fund. The arrangement of the 2008-2009 addition reflects the original order of the collection for the most part.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of originals requires an appointment. A fragile original scrapbook is closed to researchers.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Kraushaar Galleries records are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. The collection is subject to all copyright laws. Authorization to publish, quote or reproduce from the records requires written permission from: Katherine Kaplan, Kraushaar Galleries, 724 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10019.

How to Cite this Collection

Kraushaar Galleries records, 1885-2006. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Outgoing Letters, 1920-1945
(boxes 1-9; 9 linear ft.)

This series documents John Kraushaar's management of the galleries and the increasing involvement of Antoinette Kraushaar from the 1930s on. Kraushaar Galleries wrote regularly to Gifford Beal, Charles Demuth, William Glackens, Gaston Lachaise, Henry Schnakenberg, and John Sloan during these years, and the records document the galleries' faith in, and growing popularity of, these artists. Correspondence with Charles Prendergast documents the galleries' representation of work by Charles and his brother, Maurice, and letters to Edith Glackens record the galleries' continued representation of William Glackens following his death in 1938. John Kraushaar's letters to Guy Pène Du Bois record his commitment to the artist's work but also his exasperation with Du Bois's handling of his financial affairs. The increase in letters to a growing group of artists including Russell Cowles, William Dean Fausett, Vaughn Flannery, John Hartell, John Heliker, Boardman Robinson, and Esther Williams in the later portion of the series reflects the development of the galleries' commitment to American art.

John Kraushaar's letters to Preston Harrison provide insight into his artistic tastes, his sense of humor, and his pragmatic attitude toward art dealership. Kraushaar's letters to Duncan Phillips document the many transactions that took place between the two men as Phillips was developing his collection of American art in Washington, D.C.

Letters regarding loans and sales to prominent institutions and museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Carnegie Institute, Cleveland Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, and Whitney Museum of American Art indicate the caliber and importance of the galleries' inventory during a crucial period in the history of American art.

John Kraushaar's dealings in European art are documented most extensively in his correspondence with British art dealers Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd. and Ernest Brown and Co., French dealers Etienne Bignou, Paul Guillaume, and J. Allard, and the Dutch company Franz Buffa & Zonen. The Kraushaars also dealt extensively in European art with Ottawa dealer J. E. Northwood of James Wilson & Co. and in European and American art with Albert Roullier Art Galleries and Chester H. Johnson Galleries in Chicago, and Dalzell Hatfield Galleries in California.

Additional scattered outgoing correspondence dating from 1920-1945 may be found in Series 6.1.

Records in this series are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent.

Box Folder
1 1 A-Z, General, 1920
(authenticity of a chalk drawing by Auguste Renoir that Kraushaar Galleries purchased from Anderson Galleries in 1919)
1 2 A-Z, General, 1921
1 3 A-Z, General, 1922
1 4 A-Z, General, 1923
1 5 A-Z, General, 1924
(rights of casting for Three Peacocks by Gaston Lachaise; George Luks; John Sloan)
1 6 A-Z, General, 1925
(J. Allard regarding the authenticity of a Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec picture that Kraushaar Galleries purchased from Allard in 1924)
1 7 A, General, 1926
1 8 B, General, 1926
(Gifford Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows referencing sales of lithographs by George Bellows; Paul Burlin)
1 9 C, General, 1926
(Ralph Coe)
1 10 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1926
(William Mathewson Milliken; provenance of Maurice Prendergast paintings selected for a memorial exhibition of Prendergast's work; biographical details of Prendergast's life)
1 11 D, General, 1926
(Clyde Burroughs of the Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois concerning financial problems and opinions of his latest work)
1 12 E, General, 1926
1 13 F, General, 1926
1 14 Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego 1926
1 15 G, General, 1926
(George A. Gay)
1 16 H, 1926
(Robert Henri; G. B. Hollister)
1 17 J, General, 1926
1 18 K, General, 1926
1 19 L, General, 1926
(Gaston Lachaise)
1 20 M, General, 1926
(Lucia McBride; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
1 21 N, General, 1926
1 22 O, General, 1926
1 23 P, General, 1926
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
1 24 Prendergast, Charles 1926
1 25 Q, General, 1926
1 26 R, General, 1926
1 27 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1926
(strikes in England)
1 28 S, General, 1926
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
1 29 Seachrest, Effie, 1926
1 30 T, General, 1926
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
1 31 U, General, 1926
1 32 V, General, 1926
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
1 33 W, General, 1926
(Wadsworth Atheneum; William Watson)
1 34 Williams, Lewis B., 1926
1 35 X-Y-Z, General, 1926
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
1 36 A, General, 1927
1 37 American Art Association, 1927
1 38 B, General, 1927
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows; Paul Burlin)
1 39 C, General, 1927
(Ralph Coe)
1 40 Cannell & Chaffin, Inc., 1927
1 41 Chase National Bank, 1927
1 42 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1927
1 43 D, General, 1927
(Chester Dale; Bernard Boutet de Monvel; Guy Pène Du Bois concerning plans for future exhibitions and his financial demands)
1 44 E, General, 1927
(Florence Emery)
1 45 F, General, 1927
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
1 46 Ferargil Galleries, 1927
1 47 G, General, 1927
(William J. Glackens)
1 48 Gage, George E., 1927
1 49 Gay, George A., 1927
1 50 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1927
1 51 Greene, Lucy S., 1927
1 52 H, General, 1927
1 53 John Hanna, Inc., 1927
1 54 Harrison, Preston, 1927
1 55 I, General, 1927
1 56 J, General, 1927
1 57 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1927
1 58 K, General, 1927
1 59 M. Knoedler & Co., 1927
1 60 L, General, 1927
(Gaston Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
1 61 M, General, 1927
1 62 McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1927
1 63 N, General, 1927
1 64 Northwood, J. E., 1927
1 65 O, General, 1927
1 66 P, General, 1927
(Charles Prendergast)
1 67 Phillips, Duncan, 1927
1 68 Polk, William Julius, 1927
1 69 Prasse, Leona E., 1927
1 70 Q, General, 1927
1 71 R, General, 1927
1 72 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1927
1 73 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1927
1 74 S, General, 1927
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Kenneth D. Steere)
1 75 Seachrest, Effie, 1927
1 76 Southam, H. S., 1927
1 77 T, General, 1927
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
1 78 U, General, 1927
1 79 V, General, 1927
(Vogt & Holmes)
1 80 W, General, 1927
1 81 Watson, W. R., 1927
1 82 Williams, Lewis B., 1927
1 83 X-Y-Z, General, 1927
Box Folder
2 1 A, General, 1928
2 2 American Art Association, 1928
2 3 B, General, 1928
(Ralph Barton; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows; George Biddle, Carl Broemel; Paul Burlin)
2 4 C, General, 1928
(Carnegie Institute; Casson Galleries; Cleveland Museum of Art; Mrs. L. L. Coburn)
2 5 Chase National Bank, 1928
2 6 D, General, 1928
(Chester Dale; Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
2 7 E, General, 1928
2 8 F, General, 1928
2 9 G, General, 1928
(George E. Gage; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens)
2 10 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1928
2 11 H, General, 1928
(Childe Hassam)
2 12 Harrison, Preston, 1928
(John Kraushaar's artistic tastes and Harrison's collection)
2 13 I, General, 1928
2 14 J, General, 1928
2 15 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1928
2 16 K, General, 1928
2 17 M. Knoedler & Co., 1928
2 18 L, General, 1928
2 19 M, General, 1928
(Macbeth Gallery; Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
2 20 McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1928
2 21 N, General, 1928
2 22 Northwood, J. E., 1928
2 23 O, General, 1928
2 24 P, General, 1928
(Charles Prendergast)
2 25 Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1928
(exhibition of Marjorie Phillips's work)
2 26 Q, General, 1928
2 27 R, General, 1928
(Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.)
2 28 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1928
2 29 S, General, 1928
(R. H. Sauter; John Sloan; Joseph Stella)
2 30 Southam, H. S., 1928
2 31 T, General, 1928
2 32 U, General, 1928
2 33 V, General, 1928
(death of Mathieu Verdilhan in 1928)
2 34 W, General, 1928
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Andrew B. Wallace)
2 35 X-Y-Z, General, 1928
2 36 A, General, 1929
(Anderson Galleries; Art Gallery of Toronto)
2 37 American Art Association, 1929
2 38 B, General, 1929
(Gifford Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows)
2 39 Bendann, David, 1929
2 40 C, General, 1929
2 41 Carnegie Institute, 1929
2 42 Chase National Bank, 1929
2 43 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1929
(artwork destroyed in a rail car fire)
2 44 D, General, 1929
(Chester Dale; Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts)
2 45 Davies, Turner & Co., 1929
2 46 Du Bois, Guy Pène, 1929
(frustration with Du Bois's financial demands)
2 47 E, General, 1929
2 48 F, General, 1929
(John Duncan Fergusson concerning his exhibition)
2 49 G, General, 1929
(William J. Glackens; Phillip Becker Goetz; Paul Guillaume)
2 50 Gage, George E., 1929
2 51 Gay, George A., 1929
2 52 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1929
2 53 H, General, 1929
(Childe Hassam)
2 54 Harrison, Preston, 1929
(investing in contemporary American art)
2 55 Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1929
2 56 I, General, 1929
2 57 J, General, 1929
2 58 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1929
2 59 K, General, 1929
2 60 L, General, 1929
(William F. Laporte)
2 61 M, General, 1929
(Margarett Sargent McKean; Kenneth Hayes Miller)
2 62 N, General, 1929
2 63 Northwood, J. E., 1929
2 64 O, General, 1929
2 65 P, General, 1929
(Walter Pach; Howard Patterson; Leona Prasse; Charles Prendergast)
2 66 Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1929
2 67 Q, General, 1929
2 68 R, General, 1929
2 69 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1929
2 70 Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1929
2 71 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1929
Box Folder
3 1 S, General, 1929
(Henry E. Schnakenberg concerning an exhibition of his work; John Sloan mentioning the death of Robert Henri)
3 2 Seachrest, Effie, 1929
3 3 Charles Sessler, 1929
3 4 Southam, H. S., 1929
3 5 T, General, 1929
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
3 6 Tovell, Harold M., 1929
3 7 U, General, 1929
3 8 V, General, 1929
3 9 W, General, 1929
3 10 Williams, Lewis B., 1929
3 11 X-Y-Z, General, 1929
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
3 12 A, General, 1930
(American Art Association)
3 13 Albright Art Gallery, 1930
3 14 Art Institute of Chicago, 1930
3 15 B, General, 1930
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
3 16 C, General, 1930
3 17 Chase National Bank, 1930
3 18 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930
3 19 D, General, 1930
(Chester Dale; Bernard Boutet de Monvel)
3 20 Detroit Institute of Arts, 1930
3 21 E, General, 1930
3 22 F, General, 1930
3 23 Ferargil Galleries, 1930
3 24 Furthman, Jules, 1930
3 25 G, General, 1930
(George A. Gay)
3 26 Gage, George E., 1930
3 27 J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1930
3 28 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1930
3 29 H, General, 1930
3 30 Harrison, Preston, 1930
3 31 I, General, 1930
3 32 J, General, 1930
3 33 K, General, 1930
3 34 L, General, 1930
3 35 M, General, 1930
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Modern Art)
3 36 N, General, 1930
(J. E. Northwood)
3 37 O, General, 1930
3 38 P, General, 1930
(Walter Pach concerning an exhibition of his work; Charles Prendergast)
3 39 Phillips, Duncan; Phillips, Marjorie, 1930
3 40 Q, General, 1930
3 41 R, General, 1930
3 42 Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1930
3 43 S, General, 1930
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
3 44 Charles Sessler, 1930
3 45 Southam, H. S., 1930
3 46 T, General, 1930
(Harold M. Tovell)
3 47 U, General, 1930
3 48 V, General, 1930
3 49 W, General, 1930
3 50 X-Y-Z, General, 1930
3 51 A, General, 1931
3 52 Art Institute of Chicago, 1931
3 53 B, General, 1931
3 54 C, General, 1931
3 55 D, General, 1931
(Chester Dale)
3 56 Davies, Turner & Co., 1931
3 57 E, General, 1931
3 58 F, General, 1931
3 59 Furthman, Jules, 1931
3 60 G, General, 1931
(William J. Glackens)
3 61 Gay, George A., 1931
3 62 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1931
3 63 H, General, 1931
(Dalzell Hatfield)
3 64 Harrison, Preston, 1931
3 65 I, General, 1931
3 66 J, General, 1931
3 67 K, General, 1931
3 68 L, General, 1931
Box Folder
4 1 M, General, 1931
4 2 Macbeth Gallery, 1931
4 3 McClees Galleries, 1931
4 4 N, General, 1931
4 5 O, General, 1931
4 6 P, General, 1931
(Walter Pach; information submitted to L. R. Pissarro for a catalog of the works of Camille Pissarro; Charles Prendergast)
4 7 Q, General, 1931
4 8 R, General, 1931
4 9 Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1931
4 10 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1931
4 11 S, General, 1931
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
4 12 Seachrest, Effie, 1931
4 13 Charles Sessler, 1931
4 14 T, General, 1931
(Augustus Vincent Tack regarding his financial account)
4 15 U, General, 1931
4 16 V, General, 1931
4 17 W, General, 1931
(Whitney Museum of American Art)
4 18 X-Y-Z, General, 1931
4 19 A, General, 1932
4 20 American Federation of Arts, 1932
4 21 Art Institute of Chicago, 1932
4 22 B, General, 1932
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
4 23 C, General, 1932
(Cleveland Museum of Art)
4 24 D, General, 1932
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
4 25 E, General, 1932
4 26 F, General, 1932
4 27 Furthman, Jules, 1932
4 28 G, General, 1932
4 29 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1932
4 30 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1932
4 31 H, General, 1932
(Dalzell Hatfield)
4 32 I, General, 1932
4 33 J, General, 1932
4 34 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1932
4 35 K, General, 1932
4 36 L, General, 1932
(Richard Lahey)
4 37 M, General, 1932
(Harriette Miller)
4 38 N, General, 1932
4 39 O, General, 1932
4 40 P, General, 1932
(Walter Pach; Charles Prendergast)
4 41 Q, General, 1932
4 42 R, General, 1932
(invitation to Boardman Robinson to exhibit at Kraushaar Galleries)
4 43 Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1932
4 44 S, General, 1932
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; H. S. Southam)
4 45 Seachrest, Effie, 1932
4 46 T, General, 1932
4 47 V, General, 1932
4 48 W, General, 1932
4 49 X-Y-Z, General, 1932
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
4 50 A, General, 1933
4 51 Art Institute of Chicago, 1933
4 52 B, General, 1933
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
4 53 C, General, 1933
4 54 D, General, 1933
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
4 55 E, General, 1933
4 56 F, General, 1933
4 57 G, General, 1933
4 58 H, General, 1933
4 59 Harrison, Preston, 1933
4 60 I, General, 1933
4 61 J, General, 1933
4 62 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1933
(loans of work by French artists)
4 63 K, General, 1933
(Henry G. Keller concerning watercolors taken on consignment)
4 64 L, General, 1933
4 65 M, General, 1933
(Harriette Miller)
4 66 N, General, 1933
4 67 O, General, 1933
4 68 P, General, 1933
4 69 R, General, 1933
Box Folder
5 1 S, General, 1933
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan)
5 2 T, General, 1933
5 3 V, General, 1933
5 4 W, General, 1933
5 5 X-Y-Z, General, 1933
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young; William Zorach)
5 6 A, General, 1934
5 7 Art Institute of Chicago, 1934
5 8 B, General, 1934
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Brooklyn Museum)
5 9 C, General, 1934
(Carnegie Institute)
5 10 D, General, 1934
(Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
5 11 E, General, 1934
5 12 F, General, 1934
(Ferargil Galleries)
5 13 G, General, 1934
(William J. Glackens)
5 14 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1934
5 15 H, General, 1934
(Childe Hassam)
5 16 Harrison, Preston, 1934
5 17 J. L. Hudson Company, 1934
5 18 I, General, 1934
5 19 J, General, 1934
5 20 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1934
(A. E. Quest)
5 21 K, General, 1934
(Henry G. Keller)
5 22 L, General, 1934
(Lyman Allyn Museum)
5 23 M, General, 1934
(Harriette Miller; Montclair Art Museum)
5 24 N, General, 1934
(Virginia Nelson)
5 25 O, General, 1934
5 26 P, General, 1934
(Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Pennsylvania Museum of Art; Charles Prendergast)
5 27 R, General, 1934
5 28 S, General, 1934
(San Francisco Art Association; Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan)
5 29 Charles Sessler, 1934
5 30 T, General, 1934
5 31 Tovell, Harold M., 1934
5 32 V, General, 1934
5 33 W, General, 1934
5 34 X-Y-Z, General, 1934
5 35 A, General, 1935
5 36 Art Institute of Chicago, 1935
5 37 B, General, 1935
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
5 38 C, General, 1935
(Courvoisier Galleries)
5 39 D, General, 1935
(Charles Demuth before his death; Denver Art Museum; Guy Pène Du Bois)
5 40 E, General, 1935
5 41 F, General, 1935
5 42 G, General, 1935
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens)
5 43 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1935
5 44 H, General, 1935
(Harriet C. Hanley; Dalzell Hatfield)
5 45 Harrison, Preston, 1935
5 46 I, General, 1935
5 47 J, General, 1935
5 48 K, General, 1935
(Henry G. Keller)
5 49 L, General, 1935
(Richard Lahey)
5 50 M, General, 1935
5 51 Miller, Harriette, 1935
5 52 N, General, 1935
(Virginia Nelson)
5 53 O, General, 1935
5 54 P, General, 1935
(Charles Prendergast)
5 55 Q, General, 1935
(A. E. Quest)
5 56 R, General, 1935
5 57 S, General, 1935
(John Sloan)
5 58 Seachrest, Effie, 1935
5 59 T, General, 1935
5 60 U, General, 1935
5 61 V, General, 1935
5 62 W, General, 1935
5 63 X-Y-Z, General, 1935
5 64 A, General, 1936
(Addison Gallery of American Art; Art Institute of Chicago)
5 65 B, General, 1936
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
5 66 C, General, 1936
5 67 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1936
5 68 D, General, 1936
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
Box Folder
6 1 E, General, 1936
6 2 F, General, 1936
6 3 G, General, 1936
(George A. Gay describing new galleries at 730 Fifth Avenue)
6 4 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1936
6 5 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1936
6 6 H, General, 1936
(Preston Harrison; Helen Hayes; High Museum of Art)
6 7 I, General, 1936
6 8 J, General, 1936
6 9 K, General, 1936
6 10 L, General, 1936
6 11 Lyman Allyn Museum, 1936
6 12 M, General, 1936
(Harriette Miller discussing Henry E. Schnakenberg)
6 13 N, General, 1936
(Thomas W. Nason concerning consignment of his prints)
6 14 O, General, 1936
6 15 P, General, 1936
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; Charles Prendergast)
6 16 Q, General, 1936
(A. E. Quest)
6 17 R, General, 1936
6 18 S, General, 1936
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Southam)
6 19 Charles Sessler, 1936
6 20 T, General, 1936
(Toledo Museum of Art)
6 21 U, General, 1936
6 22 V, General, 1936
6 23 W, General, 1936
(Charles A. Whelan)
6 24 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1936
6 25 X-Y-Z, General, 1936
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
6 26 A, General, 1937
6 27 B, General, 1937
6 28 C, General, 1937
6 29 Carnegie Institute, 1937
6 30 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1937
6 31 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1937
6 32 Courvoisier Galleries, 1937
6 33 D, General, 1937
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
6 34 E, General, 1937
6 35 F, General, 1937
6 36 G, General, 1937
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.)
6 37 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1937
6 38 H, General, 1937
(T. E. Hanley; Preston Harrison)
6 39 I, General, 1937
6 40 J, General, 1937
6 41 K, General, 1937
(Charles Kaeselau concerning selection of watercolors for consignment)
6 42 L, General, 1937
(Richard Lahey)
6 43 M, General, 1937
(Harriette Miller)
6 44 N, General, 1937
6 45 O, General, 1937
6 46 P, General, 1937
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips, Charles Prendergast; Vincent Price)
6 47 Q, General, 1937
(A. E. Quest)
6 48 R, General, 1937
6 49 S, General, 1937
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
6 50 Sweet Briar College, 1937
6 51 T, General, 1937
(Toledo Museum of Art)
6 52 U, General, 1937
6 53 V, General, 1937
6 54 W, General, 1937
(Forbes Watson; Nan Watson)
6 55 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1937
6 56 X-Y-Z, General, 1937
6 57 A, General, 1938
(Arts Club of Washington)
6 58 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1938
6 59 Art Institute of Chicago, 1938
6 60 B, General, 1938
(Gifford Beal concerning his decision to break off relations with Kraushaar Galleries; Reynolds Beal)
6 61 C, General, 1938
(Carnegie Institute; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
6 62 D, General, 1938
(Randall Davey; Guy Pène Du Bois; Jacques Dubourg)
6 63 E, General, 1938
6 64 Edminston, Rodman W., 1938
6 65 F, General, 1938
6 66 G, General, 1938
(Edith Glackens following the death of William J. Glackens)
6 67 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1938
(Nelson Goodman)
6 68 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1938
Box Folder
7 1 H, General, 1938
(Hackley Art Gallery; Preston Harrison)
7 2 I, General, 1938
7 3 J, General, 1938
7 4 K, General, 1938
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; Berthe C. Koch concerning a Du Bois exhibition and referring to him as an outstanding painter)
7 5 L, General, 1938
(Richard Lahey; Charles Locke)
7 6 Laporte, William F., 1938
7 7 M, General, 1938
(Harriette Miller; Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
7 8 Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Modern Art Gallery of Washington, 1938
7 9 N, General, 1938
7 10 O, General, 1938
7 11 P, General, 1938
(Charles Prendergast)
7 12 Q, General, 1938
(A. E. Quest)
7 13 R, General, 1938
(Edward G. Robinson regarding purchase of a Maurice Prendergast painting)
7 14 S, General, 1938
(Charles Sessler; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
7 15 T, General, 1938
(Augustus Vincent Tack concerning financial account; Harold M. Tovell)
7 16 Toledo Museum of Art, 1938
7 17 U, General, 1938
7 18 V, General, 1938
7 19 W, General, 1938
(Forbes Watson; Nan Watson)
7 20 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1938
7 21 X-Y-Z, General, 1938
7 22 A, General, 1939
(Addison Gallery of American Art regarding Elizabeth S. Navas's development of the Roland P. Murdock Collection; Art Center School in Los Angeles)
7 23 American Federation of Arts, 1939
7 24 Art Institute of Chicago, 1939
7 25 B, General, 1939
(Jozef Bakos concerning consignment of his watercolors; Gifford Beal)
7 26 C, General, 1939
(Corcoran Gallery of Art)
7 27 Carnegie Institute, 1939
7 28 D, General, 1939
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner regarding consignment of his watercolors; Jacques Dubourg)
7 29 E, General, 1939
(Arthur F. Egner concerning disagreements with Isabel Nagle Lachaise over casting of sculpture by her late husband, Gaston Lachaise)
7 30 F, General, 1939
7 31 G, General, 1939
(Mrs. William Steele Gray)
7 32 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1939
7 33 H, General, 1939
(T. E. Hanley; Parker Morse Hooper)
7 34 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1939
7 35 I, General, 1939
7 36 J, General, 1939
7 37 K, General, 1939
(Charles Kaeselau; John Koch)
7 38 L, General, 1939
(Richard Lahey; Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art)
7 39 M, General, 1939
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
7 40 N, General, 1939
7 41 O, General, 1939
7 42 P, General, 1939
(Duncan Phillips; Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
7 43 Q, General, 1939
7 44 R, General, 1939
7 45 S, General, 1939
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Sweet Briar College)
7 46 Charles Sessler, 1939
7 47 Southam, H. S., 1939
7 48 T, General, 1939
7 49 Toledo Museum of Art, 1939
7 50 U, General, 1939
7 51 V, General, 1939
7 52 W, General, 1939
(Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Lewis B. Williams)
7 53 Warner, Ruth, 1939
7 54 X-Y-Z, General, 1939
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
7 55 A, General, 1940
7 56 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1940
7 57 American Federation of Arts, 1940
7 58 Art Institute of Chicago, 1940
7 59 B, General, 1940
(Gifford Beal)
7 60 C, General, 1940
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Evangeline Cozzens)
7 61 D, General, 1940
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
7 62 E, General, 1940
7 63 F, General, 1940
7 64 G, General, 1940
(Edith Glackens)
7 65 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1940
7 66 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1940
7 67 H, General, 1940
7 68 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1940
Box Folder
8 1 I, General, 1940
8 2 J, General, 1940
(Marion Junkin)
8 3 K, General, 1940
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller)
8 4 L, General, 1940
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey; Charles Locke)
8 5 M, General, 1940
8 6 N, General, 1940
(National Gallery of Canada regarding sale of Maurice Prendergast's Picnic; establishing a business relationship with Woldemar Neufeld)
8 7 William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1940
(John Koch exhibition)
8 8 O, General, 1940
8 9 P, General, 1940
8 10 Phillips, Duncan, 1940
8 11 Q, General, 1940
8 12 R, General, 1940
8 13 S, General, 1940
(John Sloan regarding financial arrangements)
8 14 T, General, 1940
8 15 U, General, 1940
8 16 V, General, 1940
8 17 W, General, 1940
(Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Esther Williams)
8 18 Warner, Ruth, 1940
8 19 X-Y-Z, General, 1940
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
8 20 A, General, 1941
(Albany Institute of History and Art documenting Antoinette Kraushaar's interest in drawings)
8 21 American Federation of Arts, 1941
8 22 Art Institute of Chicago, 1941
8 23 B, General, 1941
(Gifford Beal regarding payment on his account; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché; establishing a business relationship with Samuel Brecher; Brooklyn Museum of Art)
8 24 C, General, 1941
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
8 25 D, General, 1941
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
8 26 E, General, 1941
8 27 F, General, 1941
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery concerning becoming his dealer)
8 28 G, General, 1941
8 29 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1941
8 30 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1941
8 31 H, General, 1941
(Dalzell Hatfield)
8 32 I, General, 1941
8 33 J, General, 1941
(Marion Junkin)
8 34 K, General, 1941
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; John Koch regarding his account)
8 35 L, General, 1941
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
8 36 M, General, 1941
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
8 37 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1941
8 38 N, General, 1941
(Woldemar Neufeld)
8 39 O, General, 1941
8 40 P, General, 1941
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
8 41 Q, General, 1941
8 42 R, General, 1941
(establishing a business relationship with Boardman Robinson; Rockford Art Association; Andrée Ruellan)
8 43 S, General, 1941
(apologizing to John Sloan for events that have led to his dissatisfaction with the handling of his work)
8 44 T, General, 1941
8 45 U, General, 1941
(University of Missouri concerning defacing of a John Sloan drawing)
8 46 V, General, 1941
8 47 W, General, 1941
(Worcester Art Museum expressing an opinion on which painters have had a reputation or an influence that has been "undeniable")
8 48 X-Y-Z, General, 1941
8 49 A, General, 1942
(Artists for Victory)
8 50 Art Institute of Chicago, 1942
8 51 B, General, 1942
8 52 C, General, 1942
8 53 D, General, 1942
(Walt Dehner; attorney Nicholas Donnelly concerning family finances)
8 54 E, General, 1942
8 55 F, General, 1942
(William Dean Fausett expressing opinions of his work; Vaughn Flannery; Julianna Force)
8 56 G, General, 1942
8 57 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1942
8 58 H, General, 1942
(John Hartell; John Heliker)
8 59 I, General, 1942
8 60 J, General, 1942
8 61 K, General, 1942
(John Koch expressing opinions on his work)
8 62 L, General, 1942
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
8 63 M, General, 1942
8 64 N, General, 1942
(Woldemar Neufeld)
8 65 O, General, 1942
8 66 P, General, 1942
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; Charles Prendergast)
8 67 R, General, 1942
(Boardman Robinson regarding his illustrations for Moby Dick and Spoon River Anthology; Andrée Ruellan)
8 68 S, General, 1942
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
8 69 T, General, 1942
8 70 U, General, 1942
8 71 V, General, 1942
8 72 W, General, 1942
(Esther Williams)
8 73 X-Y-Z, General, 1942
8 74 A, General, 1943
(Addison Gallery of American Art; American Federation of Arts)
8 75 Art Institute of Chicago, 1943
8 76 B, General, 1943
(Baltimore Museum of Art; Louis Bouché)
Box Folder
9 1 C, General, 1943
(Corcoran Gallery of Art regarding a gift of 3 drawings by William J. Glackens; Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens)
9 2 Carnegie Institute, 1943
9 3 D, General, 1943
(Walt Dehner; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
9 4 E, General, 1943
(Fritz Ehrenfest; Paul Ehrenfest)
9 5 F, General, 1943
(William Dean Fausett; Gershon Fenster; Vaughn Flannery)
9 6 G, General, 1943
(Nelson Goodman; homorous letter to Earle Grant describing the gallery scene in New York)
9 7 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1943
9 8 H, General, 1943
(Dalzell Hatfield)
9 9 Hartell, John, 1943
(exhibition of his work that was critically acclaimed)
9 10 I, General, 1943
9 11 J, General, 1943
9 12 K, General, 1943
(Henry G. Keller)
9 13 L, General, 1943
(Richard Lahey)
9 14 M, General, 1943
9 15 N, General, 1943
(New Britain Institute)
9 16 O, General, 1943
(Oberlin College Allen Memorial Art Museum)
9 17 P, General, 1943
(Charles Prendergast)
9 18 Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1943
9 19 Q, General, 1943
9 20 R, General, 1943
(Boardman Robinson)
9 21 S, General, 1943
(John Sloan; Katharine Sturgis)
9 22 T, General, 1943
(Toledo Museum of Art)
9 23 U, General, 1943
9 24 V, General, 1943
9 25 W, General, 1943
9 26 Willson, Caroline, and Donald B. Willson, 1943
9 27 X-Y-Z, General, 1943
9 28 A, General, 1944
(Artists for Victory expressing concern over a London exhibition)
9 29 B, General, 1944
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché)
9 30 C, General, 1944
(Cleveland Museum of Art; Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens; Cranbrook Academy of Art)
9 31 D, General, 1944
(Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
9 32 E, General, 1944
9 33 F, General, 1944
(William Dean Fausett; Gerson Fenster; Vaughn Flannery)
9 34 G, General, 1944
9 35 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1944
9 36 H, General, 1944
(John Hartell; Dalzell Hatfield)
9 37 I, General, 1944
9 38 J, General, 1944
(Marion Junkin concerning poor sales of her work)
9 39 K, General, 1944
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
9 40 L, General, 1944
(Richard Lahey; Little Gallery)
9 41 M, General, 1944
(Lucia McBride; Museum of Modern Art regarding exhibition of The Eight)
9 42 N, General, 1944
(Elizabeth S. Navas)
9 43 O, General, 1944
(Georgia O'Keeffe)
9 44 P, General, 1944
(Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts regarding purchase of John Sloan's Jefferson Market; Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
9 45 Q, General, 1944
9 46 R, General, 1944
(Boardman Robinson; Alice Roullier; Andrée Ruellan)
9 47 S, General, 1944
(Helen Farr Sloan; John Sloan; Alix W. Stanley)
9 48 T, General, 1944
(Toledo Museum of Art; Helen Train)
9 49 U, General, 1944
(University of Nebraska)
9 50 V, General, 1944
9 51 W, General, 1944
(Witte Memorial Museum)
9 52 X-Y-Z, General, 1944
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
9 53 A, General, 1945
9 54 B, General, 1945
(Jozef Bakos; Louis Bouché; Samuel Brecher)
9 55 C, General, 1945
9 56 D, General, 1945
(Walt Dehner)
9 57 E, General, 1945
9 58 F, General, 1945
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery)
9 59 G, General, 1945
9 60 H, General, 1945
(John Hartell)
9 61 I, General, 1945
9 62 J, General, 1945
9 63 K, General, 1945
9 64 L, General, 1945
(Richard Lahey)
9 65 M, General, 1945
9 66 N, General, 1945
9 67 O, General, 1945
9 68 P, General, 1945
(Charles Prendergast)
9 69 R, General, 1945
(Boardman Robinson; Andrée Ruellan)
9 70 S, General, 1945
9 71 T, General, 1945
9 72 U, General, 1945
9 73 V, General, 1945
9 74 W, General, 1945
9 75 X-Y-Z, General, 1945
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)

Series 2: Incoming Letters, circa 1901-1944
(boxes 10-26; 16.25 ft.)

This series contains letters written in response, or relation to, those in Series 1, and many of the significant correspondents in that series are also represented in Series 2. Of additional interest is the substantial correspondence from other artists including Joseph Barber, Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Randall Davey, Walt Dehner, Charles Demuth, William Dean Fausett, Vaughn Flannery, Henry Keller, Richard Lahey, Charles Prendergast, Boardman Robinson, Iver Rose, Andrée Ruellan, Henry Schnakenberg, John Sloan, Katharine Sturgis, Esther Williams, and Mahonri Young. The series also contains regular letters from Guy Pène Du Bois, in Europe, that express personal feelings about his work and recurrent financial problems. Gaston Lachaise was also a regular correspondent who submitted frequent requests for financial assistance. After his death his work was handled by his wife, Isabel Nagle Lachaise, and the series documents the often difficult relations between Isabel Lachaise and Kraushaar Galleries. Letters from Edith and Ira Glackens demonstrate the mutual affection and respect between the Glackens family and the Kraushaars. The series contains only three short letters from Maurice Prendergast, with one describing his eagerness to exhibit at Kraushaar Galleries in December 1921, and three short letters from George Luks, which unfortunately supply little information about his work.

Correspondence with Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Harriette Miller, Henry Schnakenberg, and Esther Williams illustrate the depth of the Kraushaar family's relationship with the Rockport art community, which extended beyond business to close personal friendships. Throughout the collection there is evidence that Antoinette Kraushaar continued a tradition of regular vacations to the area also enjoyed by her father.

The series contains substantial correspondence from Duncan Phillips. The descriptions of his enthusiasm for individual artists and specific pieces provide valuable documentation of his developing tastes. Regular and lengthy letters from Preston Harrison are full of lively information about the California art scene. Substantive correspondence with Elizabeth S. Navas begins in this series and documents the role that Kraushaar Galleries played in her goal to assemble the Roland P. Murdock Collection of the Wichita Art Museum under the terms of the will of Navas's friend, Louise Caldwell Murdock.

Additional incoming correspondence dating from 1901-1944 is found in Series 6.1.

Records are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent within each year. Nine folders of undated letters can be found at the beginning of the series. Letters from correspondents whose names are illegible or not recorded are also placed at the beginning of the appropriate year. Folders for "Miscellaneous Notes," "Bills," and "Receipts" are filed at the end of the year to which they relate.

Box Folder
10 1 Bonheur, Rosa, undated
10 2 Du Bois, Guy Pène, undated
10 3 Geissbuhler, Arnold, and Elisabeth Geissbuhler, undated
10 4 H, General, undated
(Ernst Halberstadt)
10 5 L-M, General, undated
10 6 Pyle, William Scott, undated
10 7 R-S, General, undated
(Vernon Smith)
10 8 Van Vleet Tompkins, Frank undated
10 9 W, General, undated
10 10 Reed, Lloyd G., 1901
10 11 Brissaud, Pierre, 1906
10 12 A-Z, General, 1913
(George Luks)
10 13 A-Z, General, 1915-1916
(only item from 1915 is an envelope addressed by Guy Pène Du Bois)
10 14 A-Z, General, 1917
(Ruth Merrington)
10 15 Webb, Anne R., and Caroline Webb, 1917
10 16 A-Z, General, 1918
(George Luks; Anne R. Webb)
10 17 A-Z, General, 1919
(George Luks)
10 18 A-Z, General, 1920
(news clipping concerning a gift of an A. L. Bouche pastoral, Evening at St. Aulde, from John F. Kraushaar to the Milwaukee Art Institute)
10 19 A-Z, General, 1921
(Maurice Prendergast; John Sloan)
10 20 A-Z, General, 1922
(Paul Bartlett; Maurice Prendergast)
10 21 A-Z, General, undated
10 22 A-Z, General, 1924
(? Fuchs; George Harvey; George Luks; Ruth Merrington)
10 23 Illegible and Unidentified, 1925
10 24 A, General, 1925
(Galerie J. Allard)
10 25 Art Institute of Chicago, 1925
(Maurice Prendergast exhibition)
10 26 Ba-Be, General, 1925
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows)
10 27 Bi-Bu, General, 1925
(Cleopatra Bourdelle; Brooklyn Museum)
10 28 Brouse, W. H., 1925
10 29 Ca-Ch, General, 1925
(Carnegie Institute)
10 30 Ci-Cu, General, 1925
10 31 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1925
10 32 D, General, 1925
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
10 33 Davies, Turner & Co., 1925
10 34 E, General, 1925
10 35 F, General, 1925
10 36 G, General, 1925
(Emile Gauguin offering for sale paintings by Paul Gauguin; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens; Philip Becker Goetz)
10 37 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1925
10 38 H, General, 1925
10 39 I, General, 1925
10 40 J, General, 1925
10 41 K, General, 1925
10 42 L, General, 1925
(Gaston Lachaise; Lefèvre Galleries)
10 43 M, General, 1925
(Macbeth Gallery; Ruth Merrington)
10 44 N, General, 1925
(J. E. Northwood)
10 45 O, General, 1925
10 46 P, General, 1925
(Charles Prendergast)
10 47 Phillips, Duncan, 1925
10 48 Q, General, 1925
10 49 R, General, 1925
10 50 S, General, 1925
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
10 51 Seachrest, Effie, 1925
10 52 T, General, 1925
(Augustus Vincent Tack; letter from Abigail Brown Tompkins illustrated with a watercolor)
10 53 U, General, 1925
10 54 V, General, 1925
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
10 55 W, General, 1925
(Wadsworth Atheneum; L. B. Williams)
10 56 Watson, William R., 1925
(Watson Art Galleries in Montreal)
10 57 X-Y-Z, General, 1925
10 58 Miscellaneous Notes, 1925
10 59 Receipts, 1925
10 60 A, General, 1926
(Art Association of Montreal)
10 61 Art Institute of Chicago, 1926
10 62 Ba-Be, General, 1926
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
10 63 Bi-Bo, General, 1926
10 64 Br-Bu, General, 1926
(Paul Burlin)
10 65 Ca-Cl, General, 1926
(California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Carnegie Institute)
10 66 Co-Cu, General, 1926
10 67 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1926
10 68 D, General, 1926
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
10 69 Davies, Turner & Co., 1926
10 70 E, General, 1926
(Gordon C. Edwards)
10 71 F, General, 1926
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
10 72 G, General, 1926
(George A. Gay; Edith Glackens)
10 73 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1926
10 74 Ha-He, General, 1926
10 75 Hi-Hu, General, 1926
Box Folder
11 1 I, General, 1926
11 2 J, General, 1926
11 3 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1926
11 4 K, General, 1926
(George A. Gay; Edith Glackens)
11 5 L, General, 1926
(Gaston Lachaise; Ernest Lawson)
11 6 M, General, 1926
(Lucia McBride; Ruth Merrington)
11 7 N, General, 1926
(J. E. Northwood)
11 8 O, General, 1926
11 9 P, General, 1926
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; William Julius Polk)
11 10 R, General, 1926
(Helen M. Robins)
11 11 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1926
11 12 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1926
(Hugh Dunbar)
11 13 Sa-Sc, General, 1926
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
11 14 Se-Sw, General, 1926
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
11 15 Seachrest, Effie, 1926
11 16 T, General, 1926
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Anna Heyward Taylor)
11 17 U, General, 1926
11 18 V, General, 1926
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
11 19 Wa-We, General, 1926
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Watson Art Galleries)
11 20 Wh-Wy, General, 1926
(Lewis B. Williams)
11 21 X-Y-Z, General, 1926
([William] Zorach)
11 22-23 Miscellaneous Notes, 1926
(catalog for a December watercolor exhibition; lists of C. R. W. Nevinson etchings)
11 24 Receipts, 1926
11 25 Ac-Am, General, 1927
(American Art Association)
11 26 An-As, General, 1927
(Anderson Galleries; Art Institute of Chicago; Associated Dealers in American Paintings)
11 27 Ba-Ben, General, 1927
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
11 28 Ber-Bre, General, 1927
11 29 Bro-By, General, 1927
(Carl W. Broemel; Paul Burlin)
11 30 C, General, 1927
(Carnegie Institute enclosing a letter to John Sloan praising work on display at Kraushaar Galleries; Casson Galleries; Columbus Gallery of Fine Art)
11 31 Cannell & Chaffin, Inc., 1927
11 32 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1927
11 33 D, General, 1927
(Carnegie Institute enclosing a letter to John Sloan praising work on display at Kraushaar Galleries; Casson Galleries; Columbus Gallery of Fine Art)
11 34 Davies, Turner & Co., 1927
11 35 E, General, 1927
11 36 F, General, 1927
(Ferargil Galleries; Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
11 37 G, General, 1927
(hand-painted Christmas card from an unidentified correspondent filed under G; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens; Lucy S. Greene)
11 38 Gage, George E., 1927
11 39-40 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1927
11 41 H, General, 1927
11 42 John Hanna, Inc., 1927
11 43 Harrison, Preston, 1927
11 44 I, General, 1927
11 45 J, General, 1927
(Thomas Benedict Jonss)
11 46 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1927
11 47 K, General, 1927
11 48 M. Knoedler & Co., 1927
Box Folder
12 1 L, General, 1927
(Gaston Lachaise; William F. Laporte)
12 2 M, General, 1927
(Merchants Association of New York; Ruth Merrington)
12 3 McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1927
12 4 Milwaukee Art Institute, 1927
(Mathieu Verdilhan exhibition)
12 5 N, General, 1927
(J. E. Northwood)
12 6 O, General, 1927
12 7 Pa-Po, General, 1927
(Howard Ashman Patterson; Portland Art Association)
12 8 Pr-Py, General, 1927
(Leona Prasse; Charles Prendergast)
12 9 Phillips, Duncan, 1927
(exhibitions Phillips has held and his opinions of various artists)
12 10 Polk, William Julius, 1927
12 11 Q, General, 1927
12 12 R, General, 1927
(Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.)
12 13 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1927
12 14 Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1927
12 15 Sa-Se, General, 1927
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg)
12 16 Sh-Sp, General, 1927
(photo postcard of Benito Mussolini from Theodore Sizer; Dolly Sloan; H. S. Southam)
12 17 St-Sy, General, 1927
(A. Suzor-Cote)
12 18 T, General, 1927
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
12 19 U, General, 1927
12 20 V, General, 1927
(Frank Van Vleet Tompkins; Mathieu Verdilhan)
12 21 Wa-We, General, 1927
12 22 Wh-Wr, General, 1927
12 23 Watson Art Galleries, 1927
12 24 Williams, L. B., 1927
12 25 X-Y-Z, General, 1927
12 26-27 Miscellaneous Notes, 1927
(Frank Van Vleet Tompkins; Mathieu Verdilhan)
12 28-29 Receipts, 1927
12 30 Ab-An, General, 1928
(American Art Association; American Federation of Arts)
12 31 Ar-At, General, 1928
(Art Association of Indianapolis; Arts Club of Chicago)
12 32 Art Institute of Chicago, 1928
(Eighth International Watercolor Exhibition)
12 33 Ba, General, 1928
12 34 Be-Br, General, 1928
(Eighth International Watercolor Exhibition)
12 35 Bu-By, General, 1928
12 36 Ca-Cl, General, 1928
(California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Carnegie Institute)
12 37 Co-Cu, General, 1928
12 38 Cannell and Chaffin, Inc., 1928
12 39 Casson Galleries, 1928
12 40 Chase National Bank, 1928
12 41 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1928
12 42 D, General, 1928
12 43 Davies, Turner & Co., 1928
Box Folder
13 1 E, General, 1928
13 2 F, General, 1928
(John Duncan Fergusson with a catalog of his exhibition; Findlay Galleries, Inc.; Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
13 3 Ferargil Galleries, 1928
13 4 G, General, 1928
(George A. Gage; Elisabeth C. Geissbuhler concerning an exhibition of work by her husband, Arnold Geissbuhler; Lucy S. Greene)
13 5 J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1928
13 6-7 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1928
13 8 Ha, General, 1928
13 9 He-Hu, General, 1928
13 10 Harrison, Preston, 1928
13 11 I, General, 1928
13 12 Internal Revenue Service, 1928
13 13 J, General, 1928
13 14 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1928
13 15 K, General, 1928
13 16 M. Knoedler & Co., 1928
13 17 La-Le, General, 1928
13 18 Li-Ly, General, 1928
13 19 Ma-Mc, General, 1928
(Macbeth Gallery)
13 20 Me-My, General, 1928
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
13 21 McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1928
13 22 N, General, 1928
13 23 Northwood, J. E., 1928
13 24 O, General, 1928
13 25 P, General, 1928
(Walter Pach discussing his book Ananias; or, the False Artist; Leona Prasse)
13 26 Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1928
13 27 Q, General, 1928
13 28 R, General, 1928
(Albert Roullier Art Galleries)
13 29 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1928
13 30 Sa-Sm, General, 1928
(B. D. Saklatwalla; Rudolf H. Sauter concerning an exhibition; John Sloan with a press release from Kraushaar Galleries announcing sale of 32 Sloan paintings to a private collector)
13 31 So-Sy, General, 1928
(H. S. Southam; Joseph Stella)
13 32 Seachrest, Effie, 1928
13 33 Southam, H. S., 1928
13 34 T, General, 1928
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Toledo Museum of Art)
13 35 U, General, 1928
13 36 V, General, 1928
(Vassar College; Mathieu Verdilhan)
13 37 W, General, 1928
13 38 X-Y-Z, General, 1928
(William Zorach)
13 39-40 Miscellaneous Notes, 1928
(catalog for a William J. Glackens exhibition in March)
13 41-42 Receipts, 1928
13 43 Al-Am, General, 1929
13 44 An-Ar, General, 1929
(Arts Club of Chicago)
13 45 Ba-Be, General, 1929
13 46 Bi-Bu, General, 1929
Box Folder
14 1 Ca, General, 1929
14 2 Ch-Cu, General, 1929
(Cleveland Museum of Art concerning its Sixth Annual Exhibition of Watercolors and Pastels)
14 3 Chase National Bank, 1929
14 4 D, General, 1929
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
14 5 Davies, Turner & Co., 1929
14 6 E, General, 1929
14 7 F, General, 1929
14 8 G, General, 1929
14 9 Gage, George E., 1929
14 10 Gay, George A., 1929
14 11 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1929
14 12 H, General, 1929
14 13 Harrison, Preston, 1929
14 14 I, General, 1929
14 15 J, General, 1929
14 16 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1929
14 17 K, General, 1929
14 18 L, General, 1929
14 19 M, General, 1929
(Harriette Miller)
14 20 N, General, 1929
14 21 O, General, 1929
14 22 P, General, 1929
(Walter Pach; Howard Ashman Patterson; Duncan Phillips)
14 23 R, General, 1929
14 24 S, General, 1929
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
14 25 Southam, H. S., 1929
14 26 T, General, 1929
14 27 U, General, 1929
14 28 V, General, 1929
(H. Verdilhan)
14 29 W, General, 1929
14 30 X-Y-Z, General, 1929
14 31-32 Miscellaneous Notes, 1929
(catalogs for exhibitions of work by Arnold Friedman, Adriaan Lubbers, and Margarett Sargent McKean)
14 33 Bills, 1929
14 34 Receipts, 1929
14 35 Illegible,, 1930
14 36 A, General, 1930
(American Art Dealers Association with minutes from the fall meeting)
14 37 Art Institute of Chicago, 1930
14 38 B, General, 1930
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
14 39 Ca-Ch, General, 1930
(Carnegie Institute regarding its 29th international exhibition)
14 40 Ci-Cu, General, 1930
(College Art Association)
14 41 Chase National Bank, 1930
14 42 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930
14 43 D, General, 1930
(Bernard Boutet de Monvel; Guy Pène Du Bois)
14 44 Davies, Turner & Co., 1930
14 45 E, General, 1930
14 46 F, General, 1930
14 47 Furthman, Jules, 1930
Box Folder
15 1 G, General, 1930
(attorneys Garfield and Seligson concerning legal rights to sculpture by Gaston Lachaise)
15 2 J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1930
15 3 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1930
15 4 H, General, 1930
15 5 Harrison, Preston, 1930
15 6 I, General, 1930
(Independent Gallery in London)
15 7 J, General, 1930
15 8 K, General, 1930
15 9 L, General, 1930
15 10 M, General, 1930
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Modern Art)
15 11 N, General, 1930
15 12 O, General, 1930
15 13 P, General, 1930
(Walter Pach; Howard Ashman Patterson concerning financial matters)
15 14 R, General, 1930
15 15 Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1930
15 16 S, General, 1930
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
15 17 Southam, H. S., 1930
15 18 T, General, 1930
(Helen Toulgouat; Harold M. Tovell)
15 19 U, General, 1930
15 20 V, General, 1930
15 21 W, General, 1930
15 22 X-Y-Z, General, 1930
15 23 Miscellaneous Notes, 1930
15 24-25 Bills, 1930
15 26 Receipts, 1930
15 27 Ac-Am, General, 1931
(Albright Art Gallery)
15 28 An-Ar, General, 1931
15 29 American Art Dealers Association, 1931
15 30 Art Institute of Chicago, 1931
15 31 B, General, 1931
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
15 32 Ca-Ch, General, 1931
(Carnegie Institute)
15 33 Ci-Cu, General, 1931
15 34 College Art Association, 1931
15 35 D, General, 1931
15 36 Davies, Turner & Co., 1931
15 37 E, General, 1931
(Dolly Sloan with Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc.)
15 38 F, General, 1931
15 39 Furthman, Jules, 1931
15 40 G, General, 1931
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens)
15 41 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1931
15 42 H, General, 1931
(Harlow, McDonald & Company)
15 43 Harrison, Preston, 1931
15 44 I, General, 1931
15 45 J, General, 1931
(Erle Johnson)
15 46 K, General, 1931
(Tud Kempf)
15 47 L, General, 1931
(William F. Laporte)
15 48 M, General, 1931
(records of loans to Museum of Modern Art)
15 49 McClees Galleries, 1931
(John Sloan exhibition)
15 50 N, General, 1931
15 51 O, General, 1931
Box Folder
16 1 Pa-Ph, General, 1931
(Walter Pach; Pennsylvania Museum of Art; Henri Petiet)
16 2 Pi-Py, General, 1931
(L. R. Pissarro concerning research for a catalog of oil paintings, pastels, and gouaches by Camille Pissarro)
16 3 R, General, 1931
(Rhode Island School of Design)
16 4 Sa-Se, General, 1931
(Edmond Sagot; illustrated letter from Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg)
16 5 Sh-Sy, General, 1931
(W. Scott & Sons; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Joseph Stella)
16 6 T, General, 1931
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Helen Toulgouat concerning artwork by her husband, Pierre)
16 7 V, General, 1931
16 8 W, General, 1931
16 9 X-Y-Z, General, 1931
(William Zorach)
16 10 Miscellaneous Notes, 1931
(Catalogue of the Complete Collection of Etchings by John Sloan, January 1, 1927; invitation list and catalog for a Walter Pach exhibition)
16 11 Bills and Receipts, 1931
16 12 A, General, 1932
(American Art Dealers Association with meeting minutes)
16 13 Art Institute of Chicago, 1932
16 14 B, General, 1932
(Gifford Beal; illustrated postcard from Reynolds Beal)
16 15 C, General, 1932
16 16 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1932
16 17 College Art Association, 1932
16 18 D, General, 1932
(Randall Davey; Nicholas A. Donnelly concerning the Kraushaar family estate; Guy Pène Du Bois)
16 19 E, General, 1932
16 20 F, General, 1932
16 21 G, General, 1932
(Goodman-Walker, Inc.)
16 22 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1932
16 23 H, General, 1932
16 24 I, General, 1932
16 25 J, General, 1932
16 26 K, General, 1932
16 27 L, General, 1932
(Richard Lahey)
16 28 M, General, 1932
(Macbeth Gallery discussing ways to help artists fix prices for the winter season of 1932-1933 and a recent increase in the theft of etchings from galleries)
16 29 N, General, 1932
16 30 O, General, 1932
16 31 P, General, 1932
16 32 R, General, 1932
16 33 Sa-Sh, General, 1932
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
16 34 Si-Sy, General, 1932
(Dolly Sloan; Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts)
16 35 T, General, 1932
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
16 36 V, General, 1932
16 37 W, General, 1932
(Mildred Williams; Joseph Winterbotham)
16 38 X-Y-Z, General, 1932
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young; William Zorach)
16 39-40 Miscellaneous Notes, 1932
(catalogs for an exhibition of work by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; catalog for exhibition of paintings, watercolors, and drawings by various artists)
16 41 Bills and Receipts, 1932
16 42 Ac-Am, General, 1933
(American Art Dealers Association)
16 43 An-Ar, General, 1933
16 44 American Federation of Arts, 1933
16 45 Art Institute of Chicago, 1933
Box Folder
17 1 B, General, 1933
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; illustrated letter from R. B. Bearman)
17 2 C, General, 1933
17 3 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1933
17 4 College Art Association, 1933
(efforts to establish an artists' cooperative and a lending library to rent works of art on behalf of artists)
17 5 D, General, 1933
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
17 6 E, General, 1933
17 7 F, General, 1933
17 8 G, General, 1933
(William J. Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.; Marcel Guiot)
17 9 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1933
17 10 H, General, 1933
17 11 Harrison, Preston, 1933
17 12 I, General, 1933
17 13 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1933
(A. E. Quest)
17 14 K, General, 1933
(Max Kahn; Henry G. Keller)
17 15 L, General, 1933
(Gaston Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
17 16 M, General, 1933
(Harriette Miller)
17 17 Macbeth Gallery, 1933
17 18 N, General, 1933
(Nebraska Art Association)
17 19 O, General, 1933
17 20 P, General, 1933
(George S. Payne; Pennsylvania Museum of Art; Charles Prendergast)
17 21 Q, General, 1933
17 22 R, General, 1933
17 23 Sa-So, General, 1933
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan; Nat Smolin)
17 24 Sp-Sy, General, 1933
17 25 T, General, 1933
17 26 V, General, 1933
17 27 W, General, 1933
17 28 X-Y-Z, General, 1933
(Yale University; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
17 29-30 Miscellaneous Notes, 1933
17 31 Receipts, 1933
17 32 A, General, 1934
(American Art Dealers Association; Art Students League of New York)
17 33 American Federation of Arts, 1934
17 34 Art Institute of Chicago, 1934
17 35 Ba-Bl, General, 1934
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Henry Block with a photograph of one of Block's paintings)
17 36 Bo-By, General, 1934
(Ann Brockman; Brooklyn Museum)
17 37 Walter Bull & Sanders, Ltd., 1934
17 38 C, General, 1934
(City Art Museum of St. Louis; Courvoisier Galleries; Currier Gallery of Art)
17 39 Carnegie Institute, 1934
17 40 College Art Association, 1934
17 41 D, General, 1934
(Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
17 42 E, General, 1934
17 43 F, General, 1934
(Emma L. Frankenberg)
17 44 G, General, 1934
(William J. Glackens)
17 45 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1934
Box Folder
18 1 H, General, 1934
18 2 Harrison, Preston, 1934
18 3 J. L. Hudson Company, 1934
18 4 I, General, 1934
18 5 J, General, 1934
18 6 Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1934
18 7 K, General, 1934
18 8 L, General, 1934
(Richard Lahey)
18 9 Lyman Allyn Museum, 1934
(Winslow Ames)
18 10 M, General, 1934
(Montclair Art Museum)
18 11 Miller, Harriette, 1934
18 12 N, General, 1934
(Virginia Nelson)
18 13 Newark Museum, 1934
18 14 O, General, 1934
18 15 P, General, 1934
(Howard Ashman Patterson; George Payne; Eugenie Prendergast)
18 16 Pennsylvania Museum of Art, 1934
18 17 R, General, 1934
18 18 S, General, 1934
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
18 19 Charles Sessler, 1934
18 20 T, General, 1934
(Pierre Toulgouat)
18 21 Tovell, Harold M., 1934
18 22 U, General, 1934
18 23 V, General, 1934
18 24 W, General, 1934
(Esther Williams)
18 25 X-Y-Z, General, 1934
18 26-27 Miscellaneous Notes, 1934
18 28 Receipts, 1934
18 29 A, General, 1935
(Addison Gallery of American Art; Art Gallery of Toronto)
18 30 Art Institute of Chicago, 1935
18 31 B, General, 1935
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows)
18 32 C, General, 1935
(Cleveland Museum of Art; Courvoisier Galleries; Currier Gallery of Art concerning a Mahonri Young exhibition)
18 33 Carnegie Institute, 1935
18 34 College Art Association, 1935
18 35 D, General, 1935
(Charles Demuth; Nicholas A. Donnelly concerning settlement of an account with Jules Furthman; Guy Pène Du Bois)
18 36 E, General, 1935
18 37 F, General, 1935
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
18 38 Fifth Avenue Protective Association, 1935
18 39 G, General, 1935
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.)
18 40 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1935
18 41 H, General, 1935
(Harriet Clark Hanley regarding a John Sloan etching exhibition; Dalzell Hatfield regarding sales to Edward G. Robinson)
18 42 Harrison, Preston, 1935
(opinions of various California art collectors)
18 43 I, General, 1935
18 44 J, General, 1935
18 45 K, General, 1935
(Henry G. Keller)
18 46 L, General, 1935
(Richard Lahey; Charles Downing Lay)
18 47 M, General, 1935
(Macbeth Gallery; Mrs. Morton Moses)
18 48 Miller, Harriette, 1935
(her artwork and personal life)
18 49 N, General, 1935
(Newark Museum concerning a George Luks exhibition)
18 50 O, General, 1935
18 51 P, General, 1935
(Charles Prendergast)
18 52 Q, General, 1935
(A. E. Quest regarding establishment of Quest Art Galleries following the death of Chester Johnson)
18 53 R, General, 1935
(Rhode Island School of Design)
Box Folder
19 1 S, General, 1935
(Edmund G. Schildknect; Effie Seachrest; H. S. Southam)
19 2 Charles Sessler, 1935
19 3 T, General, 1935
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
19 4 Toledo Museum of Art, 1935
19 5 U, General, 1935
19 6 V, General, 1935
19 7 W, General, 1935
(Irene Weir; Lois Whitney)
19 8 X-Y-Z, General, 1935
19 9-10 Miscellaneous Notes, 1935
(lists of paintings for Henry E. Schnakenberg exhibition)
19 11 Receipts, 1935
19 12 A, General, 1936
19 13 Art Institute of Chicago, 1936
19 14 B, General, 1936
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
19 15 C, General, 1936
(Cross and Brown real estate company with a blueprint of Kraushaar Galleries' property at 730 Fifth Avenue)
19 16 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1936
19 17 D, General, 1936
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
19 18 E, General, 1936
19 19 F, General, 1936
(Emma L. Frankenberg)
19 20 G, General, 1936
19 21 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1936
19 22 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1936
19 23 H, General, 1936
(Preston Harrison; Dalzell Hatfield; Helen Hayes)
19 24 I, General, 1936
19 25 J, General, 1936
19 26 K, General, 1936
(Max Kahn; Henry G. Keller)
19 27 L, General, 1936
19 28 Lahey, Richard, 1936
19 29 Lyman Allyn Museum, 1936
(Winslow Ames)
19 30 M, General, 1936
(Harriette Miller)
19 31 N, General, 1936
(Thomas W. Nason)
19 32 O, General, 1936
(Georgia O'Keeffe)
19 33 P, General, 1936
(Charles Prendergast; Eva A. Priedman; Purnell Galleries)
19 34 Q, General, 1936
19 35 Quest Art Galleries, 1936
19 36 R, General, 1936
19 37 S, General, 1936
(San Francisco Museum of Art; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; H. S. Southam)
19 38 Charles Sessler, 1936
19 39 T, General, 1936
19 40 Toledo Museum of Art, 1936
19 41 U, General, 1936
19 42 V, General, 1936
19 43 W, General, 1936
(Esther Williams)
19 44 X-Y-Z, General, 1936
19 45-47 Miscellaneous Notes, 1936
(introduction to a catalog for Louis Bouché exhibition written by Guy Pène Du Bois; catalog for Henry E. Schnakenberg exhibition)
19 48 Bills and Receipts, 1936
Box Folder
20 1 A, General, 1937
(American Federation of Arts)
20 2 Art Institute of Chicago, 1937
20 3 B, General, 1937
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché; Carl Broemel)
20 4 C, General, 1937
(Paul Cadmus; Carroll Galleries)
20 5 Carnegie Institute, 1937
20 6 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1937
20 7 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1937
20 8 D, General, 1937
(Dallas Museum of Fine Arts concerning Greater Texas and Pan American Exposition; prose piece, Ghost Town, by Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts)
20 9 E, General, 1937
20 10 F, General, 1937
(William Dean Fausett; Emma L. Frankenberg)
20 11 G, General, 1937
(humorous letter from Edith Glackens concerning a trip to Florida marred by illness)
20 12 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1937
20 13 H, General, 1937
20 14 I, General, 1937
20 15 J, General, 1937
20 16 K, General, 1937
(Charles Kaeselau concerning initial submission of his watercolors to Kraushaar Galleries)
20 17 L, General, 1937
(Richard Lahey; William F. Laporte)
20 18 Ma-Mi, General, 1937
(George May; Harriette Miller)
20 19 Mo-My, General, 1937
20 20 N, General, 1937
(Thomas W. Nason; New Jersey State Museum)
20 21 O, General, 1937
20 22 P, General, 1937
(Charles Prendergast)
20 23 Q, General, 1937
(Quest Art Galleries)
20 24 R, General, 1937
20 25 Sa-Sl, General, 1937
(Edmond Sagot; Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan with a Catalogue of the Complete Collection of Etchings by John Sloan, February 1937)
20 26 Sm-Sy, General, 1937
(Jerome Stonborough; Katharine Sturgis; Sweet Briar College)
20 27 T, General, 1937
20 28 Toledo Museum of Art, 1937
20 29 U, General, 1937
20 30 V, General, 1937
20 31 W, General, 1937
(Forbes Watson; Nan Watson; Frank Nelson Wilcox)
20 32 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1937
20 33 X-Y-Z, General, 1937
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
20 34-35 Miscellaneous Notes, 1937
20 36 Receipts, 1937
20 37 A, General, , 1938 1938
(Clara Saunders concerning an exhibition of paintings by Gifford Beal and Reynolds Beal at the Arts Club of Washington)
20 38 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1938
(John Sloan and Maurice Prendergast exhibitions)
20 39 American Federation of Arts, 1938
20 40 Art Institute of Chicago, 1938
20 41 B, General, 1938
(Olive Barker; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Buck Hill Art Association)
20 42 Ca-Cl, General, 1938
20 43 Co-Cu, General, 1938
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
20 44 Carnegie Institute, 1938
20 45 D, General, 1938
(Randall Davey; Guy Pène Du Bois; Jacques Dubourg)
Box Folder
21 1 E, General, 1938
21 2 F, General, 1938
(William Dean Fausett; Emma L. Frankenberg)
21 3 G, General, 1938
(Edith Glackens and Ira Glackens regarding death of William J. Glackens; Golden Gate International Exposition; letter from Peggy Guggenheim to Louis Bouché)
21 4 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1938
21 5 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1938
21 6 H, General, 1938
(Hackley Art Gallery)
21 7 Harrison, Preston, 1938
21 8 I, General, 1938
21 9 J, General, 1938
21 10 K, General, 1938
(Charles Kaeselau; Max Kahn; Henry G. Keller)
21 11 L, General, 1938
(Ernest Lawson regarding financial problems; Charles Locke)
21 12 Lahey, Richard, 1938
21 13 Laporte, William F., 1938
21 14 Ma-Mc, General, 1938
21 15 Mi-Mu, General, 1938
(Harriette Miller; Montclair Art Museum)
21 16 Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Modern Art Gallery of Washington, 1938
21 17 N, General, 1938
(H. H. Newton concerning a future exhibition of his work)
21 18 O, General, 1938
21 19 P, General, 1938
(Charles Prendergast)
21 20 Q, General, 1938
(A. E. Quest)
21 21 R, General, 1938
(Edward G. Robinson regarding purchase of a Maurice Prendergast painting)
21 22 Sa-Se, General, 1938
(L. H. Sanders)
21 23 Sl-Sy, General, 1938
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Springfield Museum of Fine Arts; Katharine Sturgis; Sweet Briar College)
21 24 T, General, 1938
(Raoul Toulet enclosing 4 photographs of his paintings)
21 25 Toledo Museum of Art, 1938
21 26 U, General, 1938
21 27 V, General, 1938
21 28 W, General, 1938
(photograph of a bronze plaque of Abraham Lincoln by Challis Walker; Nan Watson; Frank Nelson Wilcox; Esther Williams)
21 29 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1938
21 30 X-Y-Z, General, 1938
21 31-32 Miscellaneous Notes, 1938
(tax return and accounting summary for 1938; description of 2 murals by Henry E. Schnakenberg for the post office in Amsterdam, New York)
21 33 Receipts, 1938
21 34 A, General, 1939
(American Artists Group; Associated American Artists)
21 35 American Federation of Arts, 1939
21 36 Art Institute of Chicago, 1939
21 37 B, General, 1939
(Jozef Bakos; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché)
21 38 C, General, 1939
21 39 Carnegie Institute, 1939
21 40 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1939
21 41 D, General, 1939
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Nicholas Donnelly regarding settlement of account with Augustus Vincent Tack; Guy Pène Du Bois)
21 42 Dubourg, Jacques, 1939
21 43 E, General, 1939
21 44 F, General, 1939
21 45 Fifth Avenue Protective Association, 1939
(property leases for 1939)
21 46 G, General, 1939
(Robert F. Gates; Edith Glackens; records of loans to the Golden Gate International Exposition; Arthur Grunewald enclosing 2 photographs of his paintings and explaining his imminent emigration from Germany due to Adolf Hitler's anti-Jewish policy)
21 47 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1939
21 48 H, General, 1939
21 49 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1939
21 50 I, General, 1939
(Institute of Modern Art, formerly the Boston Museum of Modern Art)
21 51 J, General, 1939
(Junior League of Salt Lake City)
21 52 K, General, 1939
(Charles Kaeselau; John Koch)
21 53 L, General, 1939
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey; William F. Laporte; Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art; Lyman Allyn Museum)
Box Folder
22 1 Ma-Mil, General, 1939
(Harriette Miller)
22 2 Min-Mu, General, 1939
(Minnesota Arts Council; Montclair Art Museum; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
22 3 Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Modern Art Gallery of Washington, 1939
22 4 N, General, 1939
(print by Thomas W. Nason announcing his new address; Elizabeth S. Navas)
22 5 O, General, 1939
22 6 Pa-Pe, General, 1939
(Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.)
22 7 Ph-Pu, General, 1939
(Duncan Phillips; Joseph Pollet; Charles Prendergast)
22 8 Q, General, 1939
(A. E. Quest)
22 9 R, General, 1939
(Edward G. Robinson)
22 10 Sa-Sl, General, 1939
(Dolly Sloan)
22 11 So-Sy, General, 1939
(Katharine Sturgis; Sweet Briar College)
22 12 Charles Sessler, 1939
(news clipping describing John Sloan's address to the Art Alliance attacking the "well-heeled Midases for ruining art in the country")
22 13 Southam, H. S., 1939
22 14 T, General, 1939
(Pierre Toulgouat)
22 15 Toledo Museum of Art, 1939
22 16 U, General, 1939
22 17 V, General, 1939
22 18 W, General, 1939
(Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Nan Watson)
22 19 Warner, Ruth, 1939
(establishing a gallery with Mrs. Billy Wilder)
22 20 X-Y-Z, General, 1939
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
22 21 Miscellaneous Notes, 1939
(news clipping about an exhibition of 19th century French masters at Kraushaar Galleries)
22 22 Receipts, 1939
22 23 A, General, 1940
22 24 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1940
22 25 American Federation of Arts, 1940
(regarding loans to circulating exhibitions)
22 26 Art Institute of Chicago, 1940
22 27 B, General, 1940
(Jozef Bakos; Joseph Barber; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché; Brooklyn Museum)
22 28 Ca-Cl, General, 1940
(City Art Museum of St. Louis)
22 29 Co-Cu, General, 1940
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens; Currier Gallery of Art)
22 30 Carnegie Institute, 1940
22 31 D, General, 1940
(Dallas Museum of Fine Arts; Randall Davey; Walt Dehner concerning his reaction to reviews of his exhibition; Detroit Museum of Art; Guy Pène Du Bois; Yvonne Du Bois)
22 32 E, General, 1940
22 33 F, General, 1940
22 34 G, General, 1940
(Golden Gate International Exposition)
22 35 Geissbuhler, Elisabeth C., 1940
(work by her husband, Arnold)
22 36 Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1940
22 37 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1940
22 38 H, General, 1940
(final letters from Preston Harrison before his death in June)
22 39 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1940
22 40 J, General, 1940
(Marion Junkin describing the history of several of her pieces)
22 41 K, General, 1940
(Charles Kaeselau; John Koch)
22 42 L, General, 1940
(Richard Lahey)
22 43 Lachaise, Isabel Nagle, 1940
22 44 Ma-Mc, General, 1940
22 45 Me-My, General, 1940
(Metropolitan Museum of Art; Harriette Miller; Montclair Art Museum)
22 46 N, General, 1940
(Elizabeth S. Navas; Woldemar Neufeld; Margaret Lawson Nison concerning sales of Ernest Lawson's artwork)
22 47 William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1940
22 48 New York World's Fair, 1940
(Masterpieces of Art exhibition)
22 49 O, General, 1940
22 50 P, General, 1940
(Philadelphia Art Alliance; Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
22 51 Q, General, 1940
(A. E. Quest informing Antoinette Kraushaar that he is closing his business)
22 52 R, General, 1940
Box Folder
23 1 S, General, 1940
(Dolly Sloan; Springfield Art Association; Katharine Sturgis)
23 2 Southam, H. S., 1940
23 3 T, General, 1940
(Charles W. Thwaites)
23 4 U, General, 1940
(University of Nebraska Department of Art)
23 5 V, General, 1940
23 6 W, General, 1940
(Esther Williams; Worcester Art Museum)
23 7 Warner, Ruth, 1940
(dealings with Hollywood clientele)
23 8 X-Y-Z, General, 1940
(Edmund Yaghjian)
23 9-11 Miscellaneous Notes, 1940
(chronological notes of pictures at the Kraushaar residence; a price list of Mahonri Young etchings; catalogs for Louis Bouché and Henry E. Schnakenberg exhibitions)
23 12 Receipts, 1940
23 13 A, General, 1941
(Art Week in New York City)
23 14 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1941
23 15 American Federation of Arts, 1941
23 16 Art Institute of Chicago, 1941
23 17 B, General, 1941
(Joseph Barber; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Bloomington Art Association concerning an exhibition of artists who paint in gouache; Louis Bouché)
23 18 Ca-Cl, General, 1941
23 19 Co-Cu, General, 1941
23 20 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1941
23 21 D, General, 1941
(Randall Davey with a catalog of his exhibition; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois; illustrated letter from Yvonne Du Bois)
23 22 E, General, 1941
23 23 F, General, 1941
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery concerning the transfer of responsibility for handling his work from Walker Galleries; Fogg Art Museum)
23 24 Fifth Avenue Protective Association, 1941
23 25 G, General, 1941
(Edith Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.; Grand Central Art Galleries)
23 26 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1941
23 27 H, General, 1941
(Ernst Halberstadt; John Heliker)
23 28 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1941
23 29 I, General, 1941
23 30 J, General, 1941
(Marion Junkin)
23 31 K, General, 1941
(Henry G. Keller; William Kienbusch; John Koch with a catalog of a Koch exhibition)
23 32 L, General, 1941
(Richard Lahey; Aimee Lamb; Charles Locke)
23 33 Lachaise, Isabel Nagle, 1941
23 34 M, General, 1941
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Mrs. Morton Moses; Municipal Museum of Baltimore)
23 35 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1941
23 36 N, General, 1941
(Woldemar Neufeld)
23 37 O, General, 1941
23 38 P, General, 1941
(Purnell Galleries enclosing a photograph of a Remington statue)
23 39 Q, General, 1941
23 40 R, General, 1941
(Lopez Rey with 3 photographs of his sculpture; Boardman Robinson concerning Kraushaar Galleries' becoming his dealer; Andrée Ruellan)
23 41 Sa-Sl, General, 1941
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
23 42 So-Sw, General, 1941
(Society of the Four Arts; Katharine Sturgis)
23 43 T, General, 1941
(Toledo Museum of Art)
23 44 U, General, 1941
(various university art departments)
23 45 V, General, 1941
23 46 W, General, 1941
(Esther Williams)
23 47 X-Y-Z, General, 1941
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
23 48 Miscellaneous Notes, 1941
(press release announcing Kraushaar Galleries' new department for drawings)
23 49 Receipts, 1941
Box Folder
24 1 A, General, 1942
24 2 American Federation of Arts, 1942
24 3 Art Institute of Chicago, 1942
24 4 B, General, 1942
(Jozef Bakos; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Samuel Brecher; Copeland C. Burg)
24 5 Barber, Dorothy Stoddard, and Joseph Gilbert Barber, 1942
(experience at the AAFTTC Replacement Center in Miami Beach)
24 6 C, General, 1942
(Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens)
24 7 D, General, 1942
(Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
24 8 E, General, 1942
24 9 F, General, 1942
(William Dean Fausett concerning a Guggenheim Fellowship and a public relations commission for murals of aviation cadets; Vaughn Flannery)
24 10 G, General, 1942
(Edith Glackens and Ira Glackens with a catalog of the Fourth Annual Memorial Exhibition of the Paintings of William Glackens; Lloyd Goff)
24 11 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1942
24 12 H, General, 1942
(John Hartell concerning selections for an Artists for Victory exhibition; Dalzell Hatfield; John Heliker concerning his mental and physical health)
24 13 I, General, 1942
24 14 J, General, 1942
(Marion Junkin)
24 15 K, General, 1942
(William Kienbusch; John Koch)
24 16 L, General, 1942
(Richard Lahey; Charles Downing Lay; Charles Locke)
24 17 Lachaise, Isabel Nagle, 1942
24 18 Ma-Me, General, 1942
24 19 Mi-Mu, General, 1942
(Miami University regarding a Gifford Beal exhibition)
24 20 Museum of Modern Art, 1942
24 21 N, General, 1942
(Woldemar Neufeld)
24 22 P, General, 1942
(Eugenie Prendergast)
24 23 R, General, 1942
(Boardman Robinson)
24 24 Ruellan, Andrée, 1942
(selections for an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
24 25 S, General, 1942
(San Francisco Museum of Art; John Sloan; H. S. Southam; Katharine Sturgis; Swope Gallery in Indiana)
24 26 T, General, 1942
(Toledo Museum of Art)
24 27 U, General, 1942
24 28 V, General, 1942
(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)
24 29 W, General, 1942
(Frank Nelson Wilcox; Esther Williams)
24 30 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1942
24 31 X-Y-Z, General, 1942
(Edmund Yaghjian)
24 32-33 Miscellaneous Notes, 1942
(photograph of Jean-Baptiste Corot's View of Paris)
24 34 Bills and Receipts, 1942
24 35 A, General, 1943
24 36 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1943
24 37 American Federation of Arts, 1943
24 38 Art Institute of Chicago, 1943
(Boardman Robinson exhibition)
24 39 B, General, 1943
(Baltimore Museum of Art regarding a Vaughn Flannery exhibition; Joseph Barber; Louis Bouché; Copeland Burg)
24 40 Brooklyn Museum, 1943
(an exhibition of The Eight)
24 41 C, General, 1943
(Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens)
24 42 Carnegie Institute, 1943
24 43 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1943
24 44 D, General, 1943
(Walt Dehner; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
24 45 E, General, 1943
(Fritz Ehrenfest; Jane Ehrenfest)
24 46 F, General, 1943
(William Dean Fausett; Gershon Fenster; Vaughn Flannery)
24 47 G, General, 1943
(Edith Glackens; Lloyd Goff; Nelson Goodman; Earle Grant)
24 48 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1943
Box Folder
25 1 H, General, 1943
(Dalzell Hatfield; John Heliker discussing conflict of creativity and commercial success)
25 2 Hartell, John, 1943
25 3 I, General, 1943
25 4 J, General, 1943
25 5 K, General, 1943
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
25 6 L, General, 1943
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey; William F. Laporte; Little Gallery owned by Vincent Price and George Macready; Robert Locher; Charles Locke)
25 7 M, General, 1943
(postcard from Reginald Marsh; Milwaukee Art Institute)
25 8 Museum of Modern Art, 1943
25 9 N, General, 1943
(Thomas W. Nason; Elizabeth S. Navas; Woldemar Neufeld)
25 10 O, General, 1943
25 11 P, General, 1943
(Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Commonwealth of Pennsylvania notifying John Kraushaar that he is appointed to appraise the paintings in the estate of Augusta W. Demuth following the death of Charles Demuth; Phillips Memorial Gallery; Eugenie Prendergast)
25 12 R, General, 1943
(Boardman Robinson; Iver Rose)
25 13 Ruellan, Andrée, 1943
25 14 S, General, 1943
(John Sloan concerning his health and sales of White Way and Bleeker Street Saturday Night; Alix W. Stanley)
25 15 Southam, H. S., 1943
25 16 Sturgis, Katharine, 1943
25 17 T, General, 1943
25 18 Toledo Museum of Art, 1943
25 19 U, General, 1943
25 20 V, General, 1943
25 21 W, General, 1943
(Maynard Walker; Nan Watson; Esther Williams; Caroline Willson; Donald B. Willson)
25 22 X-Y-Z, General, 1943
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
25 23-24 Miscellaneous Notes, 1943
25 25 Receipts, 1943
25 26 A, General, 1944
25 27 American Federation of Arts, 1944
25 28 Art Institute of Chicago, 1944
25 29 B, General, 1944
(Jozef Bakos; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Rosalie Berkowitz; Copeland C. Burg)
25 30 C, General, 1944
(Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens)
25 31 Carnegie Institute, 1944
25 32 D, General, 1944
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
25 33 E, General, 1944
25 34 F, General, 1944
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery; Emma L. Frankenberg)
25 35 G, General, 1944
(Earle Grant)
25 36 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1944
25 37 H, General, 1944
(Ernst Halberstadt; John Heliker concerning a trip to Harborside, Maine, and relating story of visits to the area by Maurice Prendergast years earlier)
25 38 Hartell, John, 1944
25 39 Hatfield, Dalzell, and Ruth Hatfield, 1944
25 40 I, General, 1944
(Institute of Modern Art in Boston)
25 41 J, General, 1944
25 42 K, General, 1944
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
25 43 L, General, 1944
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
25 44 M, General, 1944
25 45 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1944
(Sport in American Art exhibition)
25 46 Museum of Modern Art, 1944
(Romantic Painting in America and Art in Progress exhibitions)
25 47 N, General, 1944
(Woldemar Neufeld)
25 48 O, General, 1944
25 49 P, General, 1944
(Eugenie Prendergast)
25 50 Q, General, 1944
25 51 R, General, 1944
(Iver Rose; Andrée Ruellan discussing commercial work)
25 52 Robinson, Boardman, 1944
25 53 S, General, 1944
(Karl Schrag requesting an interview to show his work; John Sloan and Helen Farr Sloan concerning their marriage and John Sloan's purchase of McSorley's Back Room and Jefferson Market Jail; Alix W. Stanley; Katharine Sturgis)
25 54 T, General, 1944
Box Folder
26 1 Toledo Museum of Art, 1944
26 2 Train, Helen, 1944
26 3 U, General, 1944
(Frederick Dwight Kirsch of the University of Nebraska)
26 4 V, General, 1944
(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)
26 5 W, General, 1944
(Michael Waskowsky; Nan Watson; Esther Williams; Witte Memorial Museum)
26 6 X-Y-Z, General, 1944
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
26 7 Miscellaneous Notes, 1944
26 8 Receipts, 1944

Series 3: Correspondence, 1945-1968
(boxes 26-53; 27.75 ft.)

This series, which documents the operation of the gallery from 1945 to 1968, is the largest in the collection and rich in artist correspondence. In addition to correspondence with the artists mentioned in the description for Series 2, substantial correspondence with Humbert Albrizio, Bernard Arnest, Peggy Bacon, Louis Bouché, Leonard DeLonga, Kenneth Evett, Ernst Halberstadt, Tom Hardy, John Hartell, John Heliker, Robert Laurent, James Lechay, Carl Morris, James Penney, and Vernon Smith can be found here.

Correspondence with Eugenie Prendergast, following the death of Charles Prendergast in 1948, documents the galleries' continued commitment to the work of the Prendergast brothers and Eugenie Prendergast's decision to end the business relationship with Kraushaar Galleries around 1961. Substantial correspondence with Ira Glackens after the death of Edith in 1955 documents the galleries' continued representation of work by William Glackens. William Dean Fausett and Vaughn Flannery were both prolific correspondents throughout the 1940s, and their letters provide details concerning many aspects of their work. The Kraushaars' long and happy association with John Sloan also continues to be documented here, up to and beyond Sloan's death in 1951. Correspondence from 1947 records Guy Pène Du Bois's decision to seek another dealer, but that the split was reasonably amicable is evinced by Antoinette Kraushaar's continued contact with the family through Du Bois's daughter and artist in her own right, Yvonne.

The series documents some strong and mutually beneficial relations between Kraushaar Galleries and various art institutions and the individuals responsible for developing their collections. In addition to the institutions mentioned in the description for Series 1, institutions and individuals that are particularly well represented include the Toledo Museum of Art, Frederick Dwight Kirsch and the University of Nebraska Art Department, Alix W. Stanley and the New Britain Institute, and Ralph L. Wilson and Lehigh University.

To retain context, there is occasionally some slight overlap between years in cases where a letter from the end of one year was originally filed with one from the beginning of the next. Considerable interfiling of papers with acid-free paper was required in this series as many of the outgoing letters are printed on highly acidic paper. To reduce the bulk that this precaution added to the collection, outgoing letters to a single correspondent were often grouped together; hence strict chronological order has not been retained.

Additional correspondence dating from 1945-1968 is found in Series 6.1.

Records are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent within each year; folders for "Miscellaneous Notes," "Bills," and "Receipts" are filed at the end of the year to which they relate. A group of records dated 1950 to 1951, to and from various correspondents concerning loans for a William Sommer exhibition at Kraushaar Galleries in 1951, are filed at the end of 1950. Records for 1965 were not transferred to the Archives of American Art, with the exception of several pieces of correspondence. Similarly, there are very few letters from 1968.

Box Folder
26 9 Ad-Arn, General, 1945
26 10 Art-Ay, General, 1945
(Alicia Atkinson)
26 11 American Federation of Arts, 1945
26 12 Art Institute of Chicago, 1945
26 13 Art Institute of Zanesville, 1945
26 14 Ba-Be, General, 1945
(Jozef Bakos; Joseph Barber; Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Rosalie Berkowitz)
26 15 Bl-Bu, General, 1945
(Louis Bouché)
26 16 Ca-Cl, General, 1945
(Albert Christ-Janer regarding his book Boardman Robinson)
26 17 Co-Cu, General, 1945
(Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens; Currier Gallery of Art)
26 18 Carnegie Institute, 1945
26 19 Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1945
(Albert Christ-Janer)
26 20 D, General, 1945
(Donald Greason of Deerfield Academy; Detroit Institute of Arts; Otis Dozier; Guy Pène Du Bois; Jacques Dubourg)
26 21 E, General, 1945
26 22 F, General, 1945
(Vaughn Flannery regarding a commission for Walter Jeffords; Emma L. Frankenberg)
26 23 Fausett, William Dean, 1945
26 24 Fenster, Gershon, 1945
26 25 Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1945
26 26 G, General, 1945
(Ira Glackens; Earle Grant)
26 27 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1945
26 28 Ha, General, 1945
(Jeanne Overbury Hart regarding George Overbury Hart drawings; Dalzell Hatfield)
26 29 He-Hu, General, 1945
(John Heliker; Fred Hornby)
26 30 Halberstadt, Ernst, 1945
(illustrated letter)
26 31 Hartell, John, 1945
26 32 J. L. Hudson Company, 1945
26 33 I, General, 1945
26 34 J, General, 1945
26 35 K, General, 1945
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; William S. Kinney)
26 36 L, General, 1945
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Little House Galleries; Charles Locke)
26 37 Lahey, Richard, 1945
26 38 Los Angeles County Museum, 1945
26 39 M, General, 1945
(Milton McGreevy)
26 40 McBride, Lucia, 1945
26 41 Museum of Modern Art, 1945
26 42 N, General, 1945
(Elizabeth S. Navas)
26 43 O, General, 1945
26 44 P, General, 1945
(Parrish Museum of Southampton; Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
26 45 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1945
26 46 Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1945
26 47 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1945
26 48 R, General, 1945
(George Rickey; Iver Rose)
26 49 Robinson, Boardman, 1945
26 50 Ruellan, Andrée, 1945
Box Folder
27 1 Sa-Sl, General, 1945
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Helen Farr Sloan; John Sloan enclosing a letter illustrated with a sketch of his studio)
27 2 Sm-Sy, General, 1945
(Vernon Smith including biographical information; State University of Iowa; illustrated letter from Katharine Sturgis)
27 3 T, General, 1945
(Thoroughbred Record correspondence annotated by Vaughn Flannery)
27 4 Toledo Museum of Art, 1945
27 5 U, General, 1945
(University of Chicago Press regarding publication of Boardman Robinson)
27 6 University of Nebraska, 1945
27 7 V, General, 1945
27 8 Robert C. Vose Galleries, 1945
(William Dean Fausett exhibition)
27 9 W, General, 1945
(Alicia Waterson)
27 10 Williams, Esther, 1945
27 11 X-Y-Z, General, 1945
(Edmund Yaghjian; Linda Yates; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
27 12 Miscellaneous Notes, 1945
27 13 Receipts, 1945
27 14 Ab-Ak, General, 1946
(Addison Gallery of Art; Akron Art Institute)
27 15 Al-Am, General, 1946
(establishing relationship with Humbert Albrizio; American Federation of Arts; establishing relationship with Bernard Arnest)
27 16 An-Au, General, 1946
27 17 Art Institute of Chicago, 1946
27 18 Ba-Bel, General, 1946
(Cecil Bell)
27 19 Ber-Bow, General, 1946
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Rosalie Berkowitz; Lawrence Blazey; Louis Bouché)
27 20 Boy-Bu, General, 1946
(Buck Hill Art Association)
27 21 Biltmore Art Galleries, 1946
27 22 Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1946
27 23 Ca-Cl, General, 1946
(Marion Monks Chase)
27 24 Co-Cu, General, 1946
(Currier Gallery of Art regarding an Iver Rose exhibition)
27 25 Carnegie Institute, 1946
27 26 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1946
27 27 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1946
27 28 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1946
27 29 Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1946
(Albert Christ-Janer regarding a Boardman Robinson exhibition and sales of his book Boardman Robinson)
27 30 Da-Des, General, 1946
(Walt Dehner; Koren Der Harootian)
27 31 Dev-Dy, General, 1946
(establishing a relationship with Caroline Durieux)
27 32 Dartmouth College, 1946
27 33 Detroit Institute of Arts, 1946
27 34 Du Bois, Guy Pène, 1946
27 35 E, General, 1946
(Kenneth Evett)
27 36 Fa-Find, General, 1946
27 37 Fine-Fu, General, 1946
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
27 38 Fausett, William Dean, 1946
27 39 Flannery, Vaughn, 1946
27 40 Ga-Gl, General, 1946
(Edith Glackens; Ira Glackens)
27 41 Go, General, 1946
(Lloyd Goff; Nelson Goodman; Katharine Sturgis Goodman)
27 42 Gr-Gu, General, 1946
(Grand Central Art Galleries)
27 43 Ha, General, 1946
27 44 He-Hu, General, 1946
(John Heliker regarding his summer in Quebec)
Box Folder
28 1 Halberstadt, Ernst, 1946
28 2 Hartell, John, 1946
28 3 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1946
28 4 Hooper, Parker Morse, 1946
28 5 J. L. Hudson Company, 1946
28 6 I, General, 1946
28 7 J, General, 1946
28 8 James, Oliver, 1946
28 9 Jones, Alfred E., Jr., 1946
28 10 K, General, 1946
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
28 11 La-Leo, General, 1946
(Robert Laurent)
28 12 Lev-Lu, General, 1946
28 13 Lahey, Richard, 1946
28 14 Lambe, Polly, 1946
28 15 Ma-Mc, General, 1946
(Reginald Marsh)
28 16 Me-Mu, General, 1946
28 17 McBride, Lucia, 1946
28 18 N, General, 1946
(City of New York second-hand dealers license with photographs of Antoinette and Charles Kraushaar)
28 19 O, General, 1946
28 20 Pa-Pe, General, 1946
(James Penney)
28 21 Ph-Pu, General, 1946
(Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
28 22 Pepsi-Cola Company, 1946
28 23 R, General, 1946
(Sidney Raynes; Iver Rose)
28 24 Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago, 1946
28 25 Robinson, Boardman, and Sally Robinson, 1946
28 26 Ruellan, Andrée, 1946
28 27 Sa-Sc, General, 1946
28 28 Se-So, General, 1946
28 29 Sp-Sy, General, 1946
(Gertrude Stack with a related letter from Louis Bouché)
28 30 Sloan, Helen Farr, and John Sloan, 1946
28 31 Smith, Vernon, 1946
(preparations for an exhibition containing details about his work)
28 32 Stanley, Alix W., 1946
28 33 T, General, 1946
28 34 Toledo Museum of Art, 1946
28 35 Train, Helen, 1946
28 36 U, General, 1946
28 37 University of Chicago Press, 1946
28 38 University of Nebraska, 1946
28 39 V, General, 1946
28 40 Robert C. Vose Galleries, 1946
28 41 Wa-Wh, General, 1946
(illustrated letter from Michael Waskowsky)
28 42 Wi-Wy, General, 1946
(Wichita Art Museum)
Box Folder
29 1 Walker Art Center, 1946
29 2 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1946
29 3 Wichita Art Museum, 1946
29 4 Williams, Esther, 1946
29 5 Willson, Donald B., 1946
29 6 Worcester Art Museum, 1946
29 7 X-Y-Z, General, 1946
(Edmund Yaghjian regarding his move to Columbia, South Carolina, and briefly mentioning a visit from Rockwell Kent; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
29 8 Miscellaneous Notes and Receipts, 1946
29 9 Ab-Am, General, 1947
29 10 An-Ay, General, 1947
(Bernard Arnest regarding his teaching job; Art Institute of Chicago)
29 11 Albrizio, Humbert, 1947
29 12 Ba-Ber, General, 1947
(Rosalie Berkowitz concerning her new artwork)
29 13 Bes-Bo, General, 1947
29 14 Br-Bu, General, 1947
(Branch Agricultural College of Utah; real estate agents Brown, Wheelock, Harris, & Stevens, Inc., documenting legal transfer of the business to Charles and Antoinette Kraushaar as of October 1; Buck Hill Art Association)
29 15 George Baer Galleries, 1947
29 16 Beal, Gifford, 1947
29 17 Ca-Ch, General, 1947
(Flavio Cabral; S. L. Charmin; Marion Monks Chase)
29 18 Ci-Coo, General, 1947
29 19 Cor-Cu, General, 1947
29 20 Carnegie Institute, 1947
29 21 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1947
29 22 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1947
29 23 Da, General, 1947
(Davenport Municipal Art Gallery in Iowa)
29 24 Dea-Det, General, 1947
(Walt Dehner)
29 25 Dev-Dy, General, 1947
(Ross Devean; Guy Pène Du Bois concerning his decision to seek another dealer)
29 26 E, General, 1947
(Fritz Ehrenfest)
29 27 Evett, Kenneth, 1947
29 28 F, General, 1947
29 29 Fausett, William Dean, 1947
29 30 Flannery, Vaughn, 1947
29 31 Ga-Gl, General, 1947
29 32 Go-Gr, General, 1947
29 33 Glackens, Edith, and Ira Glackens, 1947
29 34 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1947
29 35 Ha, General, 1947
(Charles Harsanyi; John Hartell)
29 36 He-Hu, General, 1947
(Alfred H. Holbrook of the University of Georgia Department of Art)
29 37 Halberstadt, Ernst, 1947
29 38 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1947
(Russell Cowles exhibition)
Box Folder
30 1 Heliker, John, 1947
(summer spent in Quebec)
30 2 J. L. Hudson Company, 1947
30 3 I, General, 1947
30 4 J, General, 1947
(Walter Jeffords)
30 5 K, General, 1947
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
30 6 Keighley, Genevieve, and William Keighley, 1947
30 7 La-Le, General, 1947
(Richard Lahey; William F. Laporte; Genevieve Lawrence)
30 8 Li-Lu, General, 1947
(Robert E. Locher)
30 9 Laurent, Robert, 1947
30 10 Levyne, Sidney A., 1947
30 11 Ma-Mc, General, 1947
30 12 Me-Mi, General, 1947
30 13 Mo-Mu, General, 1947
30 14 May, George, 1947
30 15 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1947
30 16 N, General, 1947
(Woldemar Neufeld)
30 17 O, General, 1947
30 18 Charles Z. Offin Advertising, 1947
30 19 Pa-Pen, General, 1947
30 20 Pep-Pu, General, 1947
(Duncan Phillips)
30 21 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1947
30 22 Portraits, Inc., 1947
30 23 Prendergast, Charles, and Eugenie Prendergast, 1947
(exhibition of Charles Prendergast's work; issues relating to the settlement of John F. Kraushaar's estate)
30 24 Q, General, 1947
30 25 R, General, 1947
(Randolph-Macon Woman's College; Sidney Raynes; Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago; Iver Rose; Alice Roullier concerning the closing of Albert Roullier Art Galleries)
30 26 Robinson, Boardman, and Sally Robinson, 1947
(Boardman Robinson's poor health following a stroke)
30 27 Ruellan, Andrée, 1947
30 28 Sa-Sm, General, 1947
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Karl Schrag)
30 29 So-Sy, General, 1947
30 30 Charles Sessler, 1947
30 31 Sloan, Helen Farr, and John Sloan, 1947
30 32 Smith, Vernon, 1947
30 33 J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, 1947
30 34 Stanley, Alix W., 1947
30 35 T, General, 1947
30 36 Toledo Museum of Art, 1947
30 37 Train, Helen, 1947
30 38 U, General, 1947
30 39 University of Nebraska, 1947
30 40 V, General, 1947
30 41 Robert C. Vose Galleries, 1947
(William Dean Fausett exhibition)
30 42 Wa-Wh, General, 1947
30 43 Wi-Wo, General, 1947
(Wichita Art Museum; Lewis B. Williams regarding a portrait by John Koch; Ralph L. Wilson)
30 44 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1947
30 45 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1947
30 46 Williams, Esther, 1947
(family matters and her artwork)
30 47 Witte Memorial Museum, 1947
30 48 Worcester Art Museum, 1947
30 49 X-Y-Z, General, 1947
(Edmund Yaghjian)
30 50 Miscellaneous Notes and Receipts, 1947
(price list for commissioned portraits by William Dean Fausett, John Koch, and Esther Williams)
Box Folder
31 1 Ab-Am, General, 1948
(Humbert Albrizio)
31 2 An-Ay, General, 1948
(Alicia Atkinson)
31 3 American Federation of Arts, 1948
31 4 Arnest, Bernard, 1948
31 5 Art in Industry, 1948
(agreements with various artists giving exclusive option for use of their work in the design and decoration of industrial products for a year)
31 6 Art Institute of Chicago, 1948
31 7 Ba, General, 1948
(Peggy Bacon; Joseph Barber)
31 8 Be, General, 1948
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
31 9 Bi-Bu, General, 1948
31 10 Beal, Becky, 1948
31 11 Bouché, Louis, 1948
31 12 Ca-Ch, General, 1948
(Francis Chapin; S. L. Charmin; Edward Christiana)
31 13 Ci-Cu, General, 1948
(Cincinnati Art Museum; Russell Cowles)
31 14 Carnegie Institute, 1948
31 15 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1948
31 16 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1948
31 17 Cowie Galleries, 1948
31 18 Da-Dem, General, 1948
(Walt Dehner)
31 19 Den-Du, General, 1948
(Denver Art Museum Children's Museum; Alger House Museum at the Detroit Institute of Arts; Otis Dozier; Yvonne Du Bois)
31 20 Dartmouth College Library, 1948
31 21 E, General, 1948
31 22 Evett, Kenneth, 1948
(catalog of exhibition)
31 23 F, General, 1948
31 24 Fausett, William Dean, 1948
31 25 Marshall Field and Company, 1948
(Frank Oeschlaeger)
31 26 Flannery, Vaughn, 1948
31 27 G, General, 1948
(Robert Gates regarding his latest artwork; Edith Glackens and Ira Glackens regarding payments due to them from John F. Kraushaar's estate and Charles Prendergast's death; Katharine Sturgis Goodman)
31 28 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1948
31 29 H, General, 1948
(Ernst Halberstadt; Mrs. Frederick W. Harer regarding her husband's sculpture; John Heliker; Alfred H. Holbrook)
31 30 Hartell, John, 1948
31 31 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1948
31 32 J. L. Hudson Company, 1948
31 33 I, General, 1948
31 34 J, General, 1948
(Walter M. Jeffords regarding Vaughn Flannery; Alfred E. Jones, Jr.)
31 35 K, General, 1948
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; William Kienbusch; John Koch)
31 36 Kansas City Art Institute, 1948
31 37 Keighley, Genevieve, and William Keighley, 1948
Box Folder
32 1 L, General, 1948
(Richard Lahey; Robert E. Locher; Charles Locke)
32 2 Laurent, Robert, 1948
32 3 Lawrence, Genevieve, 1948
(LuGen Galleries)
32 4 Levyne, Sidney A., 1948
32 5 Ma-Mc, General, 1948
32 6 Me-My, General, 1948
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of the City of New York)
32 7 N, General, 1948
(New York Board of Education regarding a traveling exhibition in high schools; Newark Museum; North Carolina State Art Society)
32 8 William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 1948
32 9 O, General, 1948
32 10 Pa-Pen, General, 1948
(Inez Parker; James Penney; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts)
32 11 Pep-Pu, General, 1948
(Pepsi-Cola Company regarding the company's annual art competition; Phillips Gallery; Eugenie Prendergast)
32 12 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1948
32 13 R, General, 1948
(Sally Robinson regarding Boardman Robinson's health and financial problems; Iver Rose; Charles Rosen)
32 14 Ruellan, Andrée, 1948
32 15 Sa-Si, General, 1948
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Karl Schrag; Everett Shinn)
32 16 Sl-Sw, General, 1948
32 17 Sloan, Helen Farr, and John Sloan, 1948
32 18 Smith, Vernon, 1948
32 19 Stanley, Alix W., 1948
(business with the New Britain Institute)
32 20 T, General, 1948
32 21 Ten Thirty Gallery, 1948
32 22 Toledo Museum of Art, 1948
32 23 U, General, 1948
(University of Illinois Department of Art; University of Nebraska)
32 24 V, General, 1948
(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Charles Voorhies)
32 25 W, General, 1948
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Jane Wasey)
32 26 Walker Art Center, 1948
32 27 Whitney, John Hay, 1948
(purchase of Vaughn Flannery paintings)
32 28 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1948
32 29 Williams, Esther, 1948
(her work; Charles Prendergast's death; Rockport art community)
32 30 Worth Avenue Gallery, 1948
32 31 X-Y-Z, 1948
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
32 32 Miscellaneous Notes, 1948
(catalog for an exhibition entitled New York Paintings and Watercolors; a photograph of an unidentified artwork)
32 33 Receipts, 1948
32 34 Ad-Am, General, 1949
(Humbert Albrizio)
32 35 Ar-Ay, General, 1949
(Department of the Army regarding an exhibition of American watercolors at the Albertina Gallery in Vienna; Bernard Arnest; 2 illustrated letters from Alicia Atkinson; photographic print by Julie Arden)
32 36 Ba-Bl, General, 1949
(Peggy Bacon; Joseph Barber; Rosalie Berkowitz)
32 37 Bo-Bu, General, 1949
(Louis Bouché)
32 38 Beal, Gifford, 1949
32 39 Ca-Cl, General, 1949
(Francis Chapin; Edward Christiana; Clearwater Art Museum)
Box Folder
33 1 Co-Cu, General, 1949
(Evangeline Cozzens)
33 2 Carnegie Institute, 1949
33 3 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1949
(Henry G. Keller memorial exhibition following Keller's death in August)
33 4 Cowie Galleries, 1949
33 5 Da-Des, General, 1949
(Dayton Art Institute; Des Moines Art Center)
33 6 Det-Du, General, 1949
(Elsie Driggs; Guy Pène a Du Bois; Yvonne Du Bois; Louis Durchavek)
33 7 Des Moines Art Center, 1949
33 8 E, General, 1949
(Kenneth Evett)
33 9 F, General, 1949
(William Dean Fausett; Syd Fossum)
33 10 Flannery, Vaughn, 1949
33 11 G, General, 1949
(Robert F. Gates; Linda Goetz; Katharine Sturgis Goodman)
33 12 Glackens, Edith, and Ira Glackens, 1949
33 13 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1949
33 14 H, General, 1949
(Ernst Halberstadt; Jeanne Overbury Hart regarding the estate of George Overbury Hart)
33 15 Hartell, John, 1949
33 16 Heliker, Mrs. J. E., and John Heliker, 1949
(John Heliker's trip to Europe)
33 17 J. L. Hudson Company, 1949
33 18 I, General, 1949
33 19 J, General, 1949
(Alfred E. Jones, Jr.)
33 20 K, General, 1949
(Henry G. Keller's son, Albert F. Keller; William Kienbusch; John Koch)
33 21 La-Le, General, 1949
(Joseph Lasker)
33 22 Li-Ly, General, 1949
(LuGen Galleries)
33 23 Laurent, Robert, 1949
(exhibitions for Indiana University Fine Arts Department)
33 24 M, General, 1949
(Harriette Miller)
33 25 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1949
33 26 N, General, 1949
(Thomas W. Nason)
33 27 New Britain Institute, 1949
33 28 O, General, 1949
33 29 Ogden, Mrs. Ralph, 1949
33 30 P, General, 1949
(James Penney)
33 31 Q, General, 1949
33 32 R, General, 1949
(Sidney Raynes; Sally Robinson regarding Boardman Robinson's health and John F. Kraushaar's estate; Iver Rose; Charles Rosen; Andrée Ruellan)
33 33 Sa-So, General, 1949
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Karl Schrag; Louis B. Siegriest; Vernon Smith)
33 34 Sp-Sy, General, 1949
(State University of Iowa)
33 35 Saginaw Museum, 1949
(museum director, Richard E. Kuehne)
33 36 Sloan, Helen Farr, and John Sloan, 1949
33 37 Stanley, Alix W., 1949
33 38 T, General, 1949
(Terry Art Institute)
33 39 Toledo Museum of Art, 1949
33 40 U, General, 1949
(University of Nebraska)
33 41 University of Illinois, 1949
33 42 V, General, 1949
(Charles H. Voorhies regarding his work)
33 43 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1949
Box Folder
34 1 Wa-Wh, General, 1949
(John Hay Whitney)
34 2 Wi-Wy, General, 1949
(Harry Wickey; Maria Wickey; Donald Witherstine of Shore Studios; Ann Wolfe; Worth Avenue Gallery)
34 3 Walker Art Center, 1949
34 4 Weyerhaeuser, Carl, and Edith Weyerhauser, 1949
34 5 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1949
34 6 Williams, Esther, 1949
(portrait commission from Carl and Edith Weyerhaeuser)
34 7 X-Y-Z, General, 1949
(Edmund Yaghjian)
34 8 Miscellaneous Notes, 1949
34 9 Bills and Receipts, 1949
34 10 A, General, 1950
34 11 B, General, 1950
(Donald Bear, director of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, regarding some of his drawings sent to Kraushaar Galleries on consignment)
34 12 C, General, 1950
(Edward Christiana concerning his watercolors)
34 13 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1950
34 14 D, General, 1950
(Maurice Douek; Stella Drabkin; Elsie Driggs)
34 15 Des Moines Art Center, 1950
34 16 E, General, 1950
34 17 F, General, 1950
(Florida Gulf Coast Art Center; Syd Fossum)
34 18 G, General, 1950
(Robert F. Gates; attorneys Gillespie & O'Connor regarding the transfer of the business to the sole ownership of Antoinette Kraushaar; Katharine Sturgis Goodman; Grinnell College)
34 19 Ha, General, 1950
(Ernst Halberstadt; Dalzell Hatfield)
34 20 He-Hy, General, 1950
(Mrs. J. E. Heliker concerning John Heliker)
34 21 I, General, 1950
34 22 J, General, 1950
(Alfred E. Jones, Jr.)
34 23 James, Oliver B., 1950
(purchases)
34 24 K, General, 1950
(Max Kahn)
34 25 L, General, 1950
(Richard Lahey; William F. Laporte; Tom Lias)
34 26 LuGen Galleries, 1950
34 27 Ma, General, 1950
34 28 Mc-Mu, General, 1950
34 29 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1950
34 30 N, General, 1950
(Ann Norton, formerly Weaver)
34 31 O, General, 1950
34 32 P, General, 1950
(Howard Ashman Patterson; Philadelphia Art Alliance; Eugenie Prendergast)
34 33 Q, General, 1950
(Gertrude Quastler)
34 34 R, General, 1950
(Sidney Raynes; George Remailly; Hedley H. Rhys regarding his dissertation on Maurice Prendergast)
34 35 Rhode Island School of Design, 1950
(James D. Herbert)
34 36 Sa-Sm, General, 1950
(Katherine S. Schamberg; Karl Schrag; Vernon Smith)
34 37 So-Sy, General, 1950
(Southern Vermont Art Center; Alix W. Stanley regarding New Britain Institute)
34 38 T, General, 1950
34 39 U, General, 1950
34 40 University of Nebraska, 1950
34 41 V, General, 1950
(Charles Voorhies)
34 42 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1950
34 43 Wa-We, General, 1950
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Walker Art Center; Nan Watson; Carl Weyerhauser)
34 44 Wh-Wo, General, 1950
(Whitney Museum of American Art regarding a John Sloan retrospective; Louis Wille; Ralph L. Wilson; Ann Wolfe)
34 45 X-Y-Z, General, 1950
34 46 Bills and Receipts, 1950
34 47-48 William Sommer Exhibition, 1950
(1950-1951 correspondence with lenders to the exhibition and a marked-up copy of the exhibition catalog)
34 49 A, General, 1951
(Art Association of Newport)
34 50 Ba-Bl, General, 1951
(Joseph Barber)
34 51 Bo-Bu, General, 1951
Box Folder
35 1 Barrett, Thomas R., 1951
35 2 C, General, 1951
(Cleveland Museum of Art; Evangeline Cozzens regarding her health)
35 3 Cowie Galleries, 1951
35 4 D, General, 1951
35 5 Des Moines Art Center, 1951
(Frederick Dwight Kirsch)
35 6 E, General, 1951
35 7 F, General, 1951
(James Penney regarding an exhibition of his work at the Ferree School of Art; Syd Fossum)
35 8 Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, 1951
(seminar at the center on problems in buying and selling art in which Antoinette Kraushaar participated)
35 9 G, General, 1951
(Lloyd Goff; Katharine Sturgis Goodman)
35 10 Ha-Hi, General, 1951
(Ernst Halberstadt)
35 11 Ho-Hu, General, 1951
(Hotchkiss School regarding an exhibition of work by William Kienbusch; Howard University; Whitney Ford Hoyt)
35 12 Hale, Bertha C., 1951
(sales from the Hale Collection through Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.)
35 13 Clare J. Hoffman, Incorporated, 1951
(Vaughn Flannery exhibition)
35 14 J. L. Hudson Company, 1951
35 15 I, General, 1951
35 16 J, General, 1951
(Oliver B. James; Walter Jeffords; Joslyn Art Museum)
35 17 K, General, 1951
(Mr. and Mrs. Max Kahn)
35 18 La-Li, General, 1951
(Mildred H. Lamb; Sidney A. Levyne; Tom Lias)
35 19 Lo-Lu, General, 1951
(Charles Locke; Don Lord; Los Angeles County Museum)
35 20 LuGen Galleries, 1951
35 21 Ma-Mc General, 1951
(Marguerite Duthuit-Matisse regarding Henri Matisse sales from Kraushaar Galleries)
35 22 Me-Mi, General, 1951
35 23 Mo-Mu, General, 1951
(Mount Holyoke College)
35 24 McClellan, H. C., 1951
35 25 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1951
35 26 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1951
35 27 Museum of Modern Art, 1951
(Art Lending Service established by the museum's Junior Council in October)
35 28 N, General, 1951
(National Academy of Design; letter from the National Arts Club annotated by Louis Bouché)
35 29 O, General, 1951
35 30 Pa-Ph, General, 1951
35 31 Pi-Pr, 1951
(Eugenie Prendergast; Easton Pribble)
35 32 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1951
35 33 Q, General, 1951
(Gertrude Quastler)
35 34 Ra-Ri, General, 1951
(Sidney Raynes; George Rickey)
35 35 Ro-Ry, General, 1951
(Ann Ryan)
35 36 Sa-Sh General, 1951
(Allen Saalburg; Mary Saalburg)
35 37 Si-Spe, 1951
(Vernon Smith)
35 38 Spr-Sw, General, 1951
(Louise Stanton; Queena Stovall)
35 39 Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1951
35 40 Suffolk Museum at Stony Brook, 1951
(catalog for an exhibition of paintings by John Koch at the museum with a foreword by Antoinette Kraushaar)
35 41 T, General, 1951
35 42 Teetzel, Albert B., 1951
35 43 Toledo Museum of Art, 1951
Box Folder
36 1 U, General, 1951
(University of Michigan; University of Minnesota)
36 2 University of Illinois, 1951
36 3 University of Nebraska, 1951
36 4 V, General, 1951
36 5 Wa-Wh, General, 1951
(Charles Wadsworth)
36 6 Wi-Wo, General, 1951
36 7 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1951
36 8 Walker Art Center, 1951
36 9 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1951
(John Sloan exhibition)
36 10 X-Y-Z, General, 1951
(Edmund Yaghjian)
36 11 A, General, 1952
36 12 Ba-Bo, General, 1952
(Joseph Barber)
36 13 Br-Bu, General, 1952
36 14 C, General, 1952
(California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Cedar Rapids Art Association; Evangeline Cozzens)
36 15 Cowie Galleries, 1952
36 16 D, General, 1952
(Des Moines Art Center; Caroline Durieux)
36 17 E, General, 1952
36 18 Fa-Fi, General, 1952
36 19 Fl-Fu, General, 1952
(Lawrence A. Fleischman; Fort Worth Art Association)
36 20 G, General, 1952
(Michael Gish; illustrated letter from Lloyd Goff)
36 21 Gaylord, Robert, 1952
36 22 Ha, General, 1952
36 23 He-Hu, General, 1952
(Charles Hound enclosing 2 photographs of his watercolors; Whitney Ford Hoyt)
36 24 Hatfield, Dalzell, 1952
36 25 Clare J. Hoffman, Incorporated, 1952
36 26 J. L. Hudson Company, 1952
36 27 I, General, 1952
36 28 J, General, 1952
36 29 Jones, Alfred E., 1952
36 30 K, General, 1952
36 31 La-Lev, General, 1952
36 32 Lew-Ly, General, 1952
(Anna Licht; Charles Locke)
36 33 LuGen Galleries, 1952
(Genevieve Lawrence)
36 34 Ma-Mc, General, 1952
36 35 Me-My, General (Genevieve Lawrence), 1952
36 36 Museum of Modern Art, 1952
(arrangements with, and report on, the museum's Art Lending Service)
36 37 N, General, 1952
36 38 O, General, 1952
(arrangements with, and report on, the museum's Art Lending Service)
36 39 Pa-Pi, General, 1952
(Philadelphia Art Alliance; Philadelphia Museum of Art)
36 40 Po-Pr, General, 1952
(Eugenie Prendergast; Easton Pribble; Print Club of Philadelphia; Portland Art Museum regarding an exhibition of Oregon artists)
36 41 George Parker Interiors, 1952
36 42 Q, General, 1952
36 43 R, General, 1952
(Sidney Raynes; George Rickey; Maude Riley; Iver Rose; Boardman Robinson's estate)
36 44 Sa-Si, General, 1952
(Saint-Gaudens Memorial; Millard Sheets regarding a Gifford Beal retrospective at Scripps College)
Box Folder
37 1 Sm-Sp, General, 1952
37 2 St-Sy, General, 1952
(Queena Stovall)
37 3 T, General, 1952
(Helen Train)
37 4 U, General, 1952
37 5 V, General, 1952
(hand-colored card from Mrs. M. G. Volz)
37 6 Wa-Wh, General, 1952
(Jane Wasey; Helen Loggie of the Western Washington College of Education)
37 7 Wi-Wo, General, 1952
(Louis Wille; Ralph L. Wilson enclosing a letter from Ira Glackens on the history of Nude Dressing Hair by William J. Glackens, which Wilson presented to Lehigh University)
37 8 Weiss, William A., 1952
37 9 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1952
37 10 X-Y-Z, General, 1952
(Edmund Yaghjian; Yale University Division of the Arts)
37 11 A, General, 1953
37 12 Art Association of Newport, 1953
(arrangements for a Gifford Beal exhibition)
37 13 B, General, 1953
(Mrs. James H. Beal)
37 14 C, General, 1953
(Marion Monks Chase; Charles Childs of Childs Gallery; City Art Museum of St. Louis; A. S. Cowie; Evangeline Cozzens)
37 15 D, General, 1953
(Dallas Young Collections group)
37 16 Des Moines Art Center, 1953
37 17 E, General, 1953
(Sidney Eaton)
37 18 F, General, 1953
37 19 G, General, 1953
(Emil Gallozzi enclosing photograph of a painting by Franz Radziwill; Michael Gish)
37 20 H, General, 1953
(James Hansen; Charles Heaney; John Heliker)
37 21 Clare J. Hoffman, Incorporated, 1953
37 22 J. L. Hudson Company, 1953
37 23 I, General, 1953
37 24 J, General, 1953
37 25 Jeffords, Walter M., 1953
(Vaughn Flannery paintings)
37 26 K, General, 1953
(Max Kahn requesting his work be returned to him; Kansas State College)
37 27 L, General, 1953
(Charles Locke; Don Lord)
37 28 Lawrence, Genevieve, 1953
37 29 Ma-Mc, General, 1953
(Dorothy Holt Manuel; Reginald Marsh)
37 30 Me-My, General, 1953
(Leo Meissner concerning return of his prints)
37 31 Maxon, Marjorie, 1953
37 32 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1953
37 33 Museum of Modern Art, 1953
37 34 N, General, 1953
37 35 Newman, Hélèe S., 1953
37 36 O, General, 1953
37 37 Pa-Ph, General, 1953
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
37 38 Pi-Pr, General, 1953
(Eugenie Prendergast; Vincent Price)
37 39 George Parker Interiors, 1953
37 40 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1953
(Karl Schrag relating to an invitation he received to exhibit in the academy's 51st annual watercolor and print exhibition)
37 41 Q, General, 1953
37 42 Ra-Re, General, 1953
37 43 Rh-Ry, General, 1953
(Maude Riley; Sally Robinson; Jack Roth enclosing a photograph of his work; Michael Russo)
37 44 Sa-Sh, General, 1953
(Jason Schoener; Scripps College regarding a Gifford Beal exhibition; David Seyler)
37 45 Si-Sp, General, 1953
(Vernon Smith; William L. Sommer regarding settlement of his deceased father's estate; Otto Spaeth)
37 46 St-Sy, General, 1953
(Kenneth Stoner; Queena Stovall; Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts)
37 47 San Francisco Museum of Art, 1953
37 48 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1953
37 49 T, General, 1953
(Helen Train)
37 50 Toledo Museum of Art, 1953
Box Folder
38 1 U, General, 1953
38 3 V, General, 1953
38 4 Wa-We, General, 1953
(Charles Wadsworth)
38 5 Wi-Wr, General, 1953
38 6 Weiss, William A., 1953
38 7 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1953
38 8 X-Y-Z, General, 1953
38 9 A, General, 1954
(Art Association of Newport; Alicia Atkinson)
38 10 B, General, 1954
(Brooks Memorial Art Gallery; Van Wyck Brooks; Elizabeth Brown)
38 11 C, General, 1954
(Yuen Yuey Chinn; Corcoran Gallery Institute of Contemporary Arts; Hyde Cox)
38 12 Carnegie Institute, 1954
38 13 D, General, 1954
(Dayton Art Institute)
38 14 Des Moines Art Center, 1954
(Frederick Dwight Kirsch)
38 15 E, General, 1954
(Sidney Eaton)
38 16 F, General, 1954
38 17 Fifth Avenue Protective Association, 1954
(regarding litigation over 2 paintings consigned to George Parker Interiors that were not paid for)
38 18 G, General, 1954
(Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)
38 19 Grugan, Andrew J., 1954
(illustrated letter and correspondence regarding Grugan's collection of etchings by John Sloan)
38 20 Ha-He, General, 1954
38 21 Hi-Hu, General, 1954
(Joseph H. Hirshhorn)
38 22 J. L. Hudson Company, 1954
38 23 I, General, 1954
38 24 J, General, 1954
(Oliver B. James)
38 25 K, General, 1954
38 26 L, General, 1954
(Genevieve Lawrence)
38 27 Lehigh University, 1954
38 28 Ma-Mc, General, 1954
38 29 Me-Mu, General, 1954
(Montclair Art Museum; Museum of Art of Ogonquit)
38 30 Meta Mold Aluminum Company, 1954
(Frank Gelein, curator of the company's Art for Everyone exhibition)
38 31 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1954
38 32 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1954
38 33 Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 1954
38 34 Museum of Modern Art, 1954
(records of transactions with the Art Lending Service)
38 35 N, General, 1954
(Elizabeth S. Navas; Woldemar Neufeld)
38 36 Newman, Hélèe S., 1954
38 37 O, General, 1954
(Verne Offerman)
38 38 Pa-Ph, General, 1954
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
38 39 Pi-Pu, General, 1954
(Dorothy Poulos)
38 40 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1954
38 41 Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1954
38 42 Q, General, 1954
(Gertrude Quastler)
38 43 R, General, 1954
(Sidney Raynes; Billy Rose)
38 44 Sa-Si, General, 1954
(Arthur Saltzman regarding purchase of James Penney's Oneida Square with notes by Penney)
38 45 Sm-St, General, 1954
(Hughie Lee-Smith; Vernon Smith; Queena Stovall)
38 46 T, General, 1954
(Temple University; Toledo Museum of Art)
38 47 U, General, 1954
(University of Miami Lowe Gallery)
38 48 University of Nebraska, 1954
(selection of Kenneth Evett to create the first set of murals for Nebraska's capitol building)
38 49 V, General, 1954
(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)
38 50 W, General, 1954
Box Folder
39 1 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1954
39 2 Walker Art Center, 1954
39 3 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1954
39 4 Wilson, Margretta, and Ralph L. Wilson, 1954
(arrangements for exhibitions and purchases for Lehigh University)
39 5 X-Y-Z, General, 1954
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
39 6 A, General, 1955
(Barnett Aden Gallery; Alicia Atkinson)
39 7 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1955
39 8 American Federation of Arts, 1955
39 9 Ba-Bl, General, 1955
(John Bernhardt)
39 10 Bo-Bu, General, 1955
(Manuel Bromberg)
39 11 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1955
39 12 Brooklyn Museum, 1955
39 13 Ca-Coe, General, 1955
(Yuen Yuey Chinn; Edward Christiana)
39 14 Col-Cr, General, 1955
(Evangeline Cozzens)
39 15 Carnegie Institute, 1955
39 16 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1955
39 17 Da-Def, General, 1955
(Dayton Art Institute)
39 18 Deg-Dy, General, 1955
(card from Guy Pène and Yvonne Du Bois)
39 19 "D" Contemporary Paintings, 1955
39 20 Dartmouth College, 1955
39 21 De Gregorio, Vincent J., 1955
39 22 Des Moines Art Center, 1955
39 23 E, General, 1955
39 24 Fa, General, 1955
39 25 Fe-Fu, General, 1955
(David Finn of Ruder & Finn Associates regarding a traveling exhibition, Business Meets the Arts)
39 26 G, General, 1955
(Mrs. Walter F. Gips, Jr., regarding a commission for a mobile by George Rickey; Michael Gish)
39 27 Glover Associates, Inc., 1955
(Ruth Martin)
39 28 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1955
39 29 Grugan, Andrew J., 1955
39 30 H, General, 1955
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
39 31 J. L. Hudson Company, 1955
39 32 I, General, 1955
39 33 J, General, 1955
39 34 K, General, 1955
(Kansas State College; Irving Katzenstein)
39 35 L, General, 1955
(Richard Lahey; Lehigh University)
39 36 Ma, General, 1955
39 37 Mc-Mu, General, 1955
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
39 38 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1955
39 39 Mount Holyoke College, 1955
39 40 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1955
39 41 Museum of Modern Art, 1955
39 42 N, General (Woldemar Neufeld), 1955
39 43 William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1955
39 44 O, General, 1955
39 45 Pa-Ph, General (Walter Pach), 1955
39 46 Pi-Pr, General (Eugenie Prendergast), 1955
39 47 Parrish Art Museum, 1955
39 48 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1955
39 49 Pennsylvania State University, 1955
39 50 Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1955
39 51 Q, General, 1955
39 52 R, General, 1955
39 53 Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, 1955
Box Folder
40 1 Sa-Sc, General, 1955
40 2 Se-So, General, 1955
(David Seyler; Hughie Lee-Smith; Vernon Smith; Smithsonian Institution National Collection of Fine Arts)
40 3 Sp-Sw, General, 1955
(Queena Stovall)
40 4 T, General, 1955
40 5 U, General, 1955
(Union College; University of Minnesota)
40 6 University of Nebraska, 1955
40 7 V, General, 1955
40 8 Wa-We, General (Union College; University of Minnesota), 1955
40 9 Wh-Wy, General, 1955
(Whitney Museum of American Art; Ralph L. Wilson; Worcester Art Museum)
40 10 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1955
40 11 Walker Art Center, 1955
40 12 X-Y-Z, General, 1955
40 13 A, General, 1956
(Whitney Museum of American Art; Ralph L. Wilson; Worcester Art Museum)
40 14 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1956
(loans for a Gifford Beal exhibition with dates of paintings and insurance values)
40 15 American Federation of Arts, 1956
(Sport in Art exhibition)
40 16 Ba-Bo, General, 1956
(Birmingham Museum of Art with a letter to Joe Lasker referring to Lasker's protest against the museum in response to "the entire course of events from the Supreme Court decision")
40 17 Br-Bu, General, 1956
40 18 Beal, Rebecca J., 1956
(loan and purchase of William Kienbusch pictures)
40 19 Brooklyn Museum, 1956
(purchase of Nude with Apples by William J. Glackens)
40 20 Ca-Cl, General, 1956
(Yuen Yuey Chinn; Edward Christiana; Albert Christ-Janer)
40 21 Co-Cu, General, 1956
(Yuen Yuey Chinn; Edward Christiana; Albert Christ-Janer)
40 22 Carnegie Institute, 1956
(purchase of La Villette by William J. Glackens)
40 23 Carlee, Randolph D. L., 1956
(regarding purchase of 2 John Sloan paintings, Red Paint Mill and Off the Nambe Road)
40 24 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1956
(Institute of Contemporary Arts events at the gallery)
40 25 Currier Gallery of Art, 1956
(Painters by the Sea exhibition)
40 26 D, General, 1956
(Archives of American Art at the Detroit Institute of Arts concerning donation of art auction catalogs and possible donation of a Maurice Prendergast sketchbook)
40 27 Dayton Art Institute, 1956
40 28 Denver Art Museum, 1956
(the museum's Children's Museum regarding Tom Hardy sculpture)
40 29 E, General, 1956
(Allan D. Emil concerning purchase of the Maurice Prendergast painting Summer and Head by Gaston Lachaise; Frank Eyerly)
40 30 F, General, 1956
40 31 G, General, 1956
(Robert Garelick of Garelick's Gallery regarding a John Sloan exhibition and the purchase of 45 etchings)
40 32 Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1956
(90 John Sloan etchings on consignment to Kraushaar Galleries from Wayte Raymond that were lost in the move to Madison Avenue in 1955; catalog for a William Kienbusch exhibition with insurance values)
40 33 H, General, 1956
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
40 34 Hatfield, Dalzell, and Ruth Hatfield, 1956
(Russell Cowles exhibition)
40 35 I, General, 1956
(Henry Hope of Indiana University Fine Arts Department with his suggested copy for an introduction to a Robert Laurent exhibition catalog)
40 36 J, General, 1956
40 37 K, General, 1956
40 38 L, General, 1956
40 39 Lehigh University, 1956
40 40 Ma, General, 1956
(Elsie Manville; George May)
40 41 Mc-Mi, General, 1956
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Box Folder
41 1 Mo-Mu, General, 1956
(Mount Holyoke College; Museum of Art of Ogonquit; Museum of Modern Art)
41 2 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1956
41 3 Na-Nev, General, 1956
41 4 New-No, General, 1956
41 5 O, General, 1956
41 6 Pa-Pe, General, 1956
41 7 Ph-Pu, General, 1956
(Mount Holyoke College; Museum of Art of Ogonquit; Museum of Modern Art)
41 8 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1956
(John Sloan exhibition and purchase of a John Sloan collection by the museum including a price list)
41 9 Ra-Re, General, 1956
(Sidney Raynes; illustrated postcard from Grant T. Reynard)
41 10 Rh-Ru, General, 1956
(Edward G. Robinson regarding a Maurice Prendergast painting)
41 11 Sa-Se, General, 1956
41 12 Sh-Sy, General, 1956
(Queena Stovall)
41 13 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1956
(Carl Morris exhibition with a letter from Morris thanking the museum and expressing pleasure at the sale of River Night)
41 14 Schramm, James, 1956
41 15 T, General, 1956
41 16 U, General, 1956
(University of Colorado; University of Michigan; Mary Washington College at the University of Virgini a)
41 17 University of Maine, 1956
(University of Colorado; University of Michigan; Mary Washington College at the University of Virginia)
41 18 University of Nebraska, 1956
41 19 V, General, 1956
41 20 W, General, 1956
(University of Colorado; University of Michigan; Mary Washington College at the University of Virginia)
41 21 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1956
41 22 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1956
41 23 Wilson, Ralph L., 1956
41 24 X-Y-Z, General, 1956
41 25 Ad-Ap, General, 1957
(University of Colorado; University of Michigan; Mary Washington College at the University of Virginia)
41 26 Ar-At, General, 1957
(Ned Archer; Atlanta Art Association)
41 27 American Federation of Arts, 1957
(exhibitions including catalogs for, and information regarding, Fourteen Painter-Printmakers held at Kraushaar Galleries, May-June 1957)
41 28 Ba-Bo, General, 1957
(John Bernhardt)
41 29 Br-Bu, General, 1957
(Ainslie Burke concerning a Fulbright-funded year in Italy)
41 30 Beal, James, and Rebecca Beal, 1957
41 31 Bernstein, Irwin L., 1957
41 32 Ca-Cl, General, 1957
(Ainslie Burke concerning a Fulbright-funded year in Italy)
41 33 Co-Cu, General, 1957
(Columbia Museum of Art; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts)
41 34 Carlee, Randolph D. L., 1957
41 35 Cushman Gallery, Inc., 1957
(Edward Christiana regarding exhibition of his work)
41 36 Da-Dc, General, 1957
(Dartmouth College; Dayton Art Institute)
41 37 De-Du, General, 1957
(Denver Art Museum; Detroit Institute of Arts concerning the Archives of American Art; Yvonne Du Bois)
41 38 Des Moines Art Center, 1957
41 39 E, General, 1957
41 40 F, General, 1957
(Denver Art Museum; Detroit Institute of Arts concerning the Archives of American Art; Yvonne Du Bois)
41 41 G, General, 1957
41 42 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1957
(catalogs of John Heliker and John Koch exhibitions with insurance notes)
41 43 H, General, 1957
(Charles Hagedorn regarding a sculpture commission by Tom Hardy with photographs of the sculpture's location; Alan Chidsey regarding Marsden Hartley's estate)
41 44 I, General, 1957
41 45 J, General, 1957
(Junior League Art Gallery, Inc., in Louisville)
Box Folder
42 1 Ka-Ke, General, 1957
42 2 Ki-Ku, General, 1957
(David Kimball)
42 3 La-Le, General, 1957
42 4 Li-Ly, General, 1957
(Library of Congress regarding prints purchased)
42 5 Lehigh University, 1957
(illustrated letter from Francis J. Quirk; copies of letters to Ralph Wilson regarding the collection at Lehigh University)
42 6 Ma-Mc, General, 1957
(Edward Marcus; George May)
42 7 Me-My, General, 1957
(Museum of Art of Ogonquit regarding plans for a Tom Hardy exhibition)
42 8 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1957
(loan of The Beach, San Malo for an exhibition of art by William J. Glackens and his friends at Kraushaar Galleries in 1957)
42 9 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1957
42 10 Museum of Modern Art, 1957
42 11 N, General, 1957
42 12 O, General, 1957
42 13 P, General, 1957
42 14 Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1957
42 15 Q, General, 1957
42 16 Ra, General, 1957
(Sidney Raynes)
42 17 Re-Ry, General, 1957
(3 illustrated postcards from Grant T. Reynard; Sally Robinson)
42 18 Sa-Se, General, 1957
42 19 Sh-Sy, General, 1957
42 20 Slater Memorial Museum, 1957
42 21 T, General, 1957
42 22 U, General, 1957
42 23 V, General, 1957
42 24 Wa, General, 1957
42 25 We-Wo, General, 1957
42 26 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1957
42 27 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1957
42 28 X-Y-Z, General, 1957
(estate of Mahonri Mackintosh Young, who died in November 1957)
42 29 Ad-Am, General, 1958
42 30 Ap-At, General, 1958
42 31 American Federation of Arts, 1958
42 32 Ba-Bi, General, 1958
(estate of Mahonri Mackintosh Young, who died in November 1957)
42 33 Bo-Bu, General, 1958
42 34 Ca-Ci, General, 1958
(Yuen Yuey Chinn in Paris; Edward Christiana)
42 35 Cl-Col, General, 1958
42 36 Con-Cu, General, 1958
42 37 Carlee, Randolph D. L., 1958
(concerning purchase of Seine at Paris by William J. Glackens)
42 38 Carr, Mr. and Mrs. F. William, 1958
42 39 Cincinnati Art Museum, 1958
(museum's Contemporary Arts Center)
42 40 D, General, 1958
(Denver Art Museum; Ralph Dubin)
42 41 Des Moines Art Center, 1958
(Frederick Dwight Kirsch concerning exhibitions at the center, purchase of Maurice Prendergast's Girl in Blue Dress, and personal matters)
42 42 E, General, 1958
Box Folder
43 1 F, General, 1958
(Perle Fine)
43 2 G, General, 1958
43 3 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1958
43 4 Ha, General, 1958
(Ernst Halberstadt)
43 5 He-Hy, General, 1958
43 6 I, General, 1958
(Iowa State Teachers College)
43 7 J, General, 1958
(Dorothy C. Jack enclosing a photograph of a landscape by Childe Hassam)
43 8 K, General, 1958
(Antoinette Kraushaar during her visit to the Walker Art Center)
43 9 Kimball, David C., 1958
43 10 La-Les, General, 1958
(Lehigh University)
43 11 Lev-Lu, General, 1958
(Robert Light regarding John Sloan etchings with a marked-up copy of Catalogue of the Complete Collection of Etchings by John Sloan dated February 1937; Don Lord)
43 12 London, Robert, 1958
43 13 Ma-Me, General, 1958
(John, Jr., and Norma Marin; Marjorie Maxon; George May; Elizabeth McFadden)
43 14 Mi-My, General, 1958
43 15 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1958
(purchase of 3 works by Maurice Prendergast; letter enclosing notes on all Prendergast paintings handled by Kraushaar Galleries)
43 16 Museum of Modern Art, 1958
43 17 N, General, 1958
(Margaret Lawson Nison concerning sales of artwork by Ernest Lawson)
43 18 O, General, 1958
43 19 Pa-Pe, General, 1958
(Walter Pach; George Perutz)
43 20 Ph-Pr, General, 1958
(Eugenie Prendergast)
43 21 Q, General, 1958
43 22 Ra-Rh, General, 1958
(Charles Raubicheck; illustrated postcard from Grant T. Reynard; Hedley Rhys concerning his thesis on Maurice Prendergast)
43 23 Ri-Ru, General, 1958
(Grace Root concerning prices and insurance values on her art collection and enclosing a photo postcard of her house; Iver Rose; Irwing Rosenhouse enclosing prices of his prints)
43 24 Sa-Se, General, 1958
43 25 Sh-Sp, General, 1958
(Jack Steiger; Harris Steinberg)
43 26 St, General, 1958
43 27 Schermerhorn Gallery, 1958
43 28 Smithsonian Institution, 1958
(loans for 2 exhibitions)
43 29 Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, 1958
43 30 T, General, 1958
(Evelyn Taylor; Helen Train)
43 31 U, General, 1958
43 32 University of Nebraska, 1958
43 33 University of Notre Dame, 1958
43 34 V, General, 1958
43 35 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1958
43 36 Wa-Wel, General, 1958
43 37 Wes-Wy, General, 1958
(Esther Williams concerning memories of William J. Glackens; Ralph L. Wilson)
43 38 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1958
43 39 Walker Art Center, 1958
(exhibition attended by Antoinette Kraushaar)
43 40 X-Y-Z, General, 1958
(Edmund Yaghjian)
43 41 Aa-Al, General, 1959
43 42 Am-At, General, 1959
(Dorothy Andrews)
Box Folder
44 1 Ba-Be, General, 1959
(list of paintings by Cecil Bell on consignment at Kraushaar Galleries)
44 2 Bi-Bu, General, 1959
(Bowdoin College Museum of Fine Arts; Brick Store Museum concerning a Peggy Bacon exhibition)
44 3 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1959
(Vaughn Flannery memorial exhibition with a list of all Flannery paintings handled by Kraushaar Galleries)
44 4 Ca-Ch, General, 1959
(Mary Chenoweth; Yuen Yuey Chinn; Edward Christiana)
44 5 Ci-Col, General, 1959
(Coleman Art Gallery; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts)
44 6 Com-Cu, General, 1959
44 7 Cincinnati Art Museum, 1959
(museum's Contemporary Arts Center)
44 8 Columbia Museum of Art, 1959
44 9 D, General, 1959
(Randall Davey; Richard Davis; Worden Day; Werner Drewes)
44 10 Des Moines Art Center, 1959
(purchase of Tugs by John Sloan)
44 11 E, General, 1959
44 12 Epstein, Ellen, 1959
44 13 F, General, 1959
44 14 G, General, 1959
44 15 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1959
(catalog for a Henry Mitchell exhibition)
44 16 Grant, Earle, 1959
44 17 Ha-Hei, General, 1959
44 18 Hel-Hy, General, 1959
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
44 19 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1959
44 20 Heinzelman, Carl D., 1959
44 21 I, General, 1959
44 22 J, General, 1959
44 23 K, General, 1959
(Kansas State University; Glen Krause)
44 24 La-Les, General, 1959
44 25 Lev-Lu, General, 1959
(Leslie Levy enclosing a photograph of John Sloan's painting Gloucester Bay; Charles Locke)
44 26 Ma-Me, General, 1959
44 27 Mi-Mu, General, 1959
(Adelaide Moise; William Moise)
44 28 Museum of Modern Art, 1959
44 29 N, General, 1959
44 30 O, General, 1959
44 31 Pa-Pe, General, 1959
44 32 Ph-Pr, General, 1959
44 33 Prendergast, Eugenie, 1959
(regarding arrangements for handling the work of Charles and Maurice Prendergast including lists of works on consignment from 1956 to 1959
44 34 Q, General, 1959
(Gertrude Quastler)
44 35 R, General, 1959
(Sally Robinson)
44 36 Sa-Sc, General, 1959
(Schermerhorn Gallery)
44 37 Se-So, General, 1959
(Ronald Searle)
44 38 Sp-Sy, General, 1959
Box Folder
45 1 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1959
45 2 Semans, Mary T., 1959
45 3 T, General, 1959
45 4 U, General, 1959
45 5 V, General, 1959
45 6 Wa-Wh, General, 1959
45 7 Wi-Wy, General, 1959
45 8 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1959
45 9 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1959
45 10 X-Y-Z, General, 1959
45 11 Ab-Al, General, 1960
(Ronald Searle)
45 12 Am-Au, General, 1960
(Dorothy Andrews)
45 13 Allentown Art Museum, 1960
45 14 Ba-Bl, General, 1960
(Maud Beal; Rosalie Berkowitz; John Bernhardt)
45 15 Bo-Bu, General, 1960
45 16 Baker, Keith H., 1960
45 17 Brooklyn Museum, 1960
45 18 Ca-Cl, General, 1960
(Maud Beal; Rosalie Berkowitz; John Bernhardt)
45 19 Co-Cu, General, 1960
45 20 Carnegie Institute, 1960
45 21 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1960
45 22 D, General, 1960
(1957 Archives of American Art brochure from Detroit Institute of Arts)
45 23 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts, 1960
(exhibition of drawings by Ulfert Wilke)
45 24 Dartmouth College, 1960
(William J. Glackens retrospective exhibition)
45 25 Dayton Art Institute, 1960
45 26 E, General, 1960
45 27 Fa-Fi, General, 1960
45 28 Fl-Fu, General, 1960
(Ford Foundation concerning retrospective exhibitions of Carl Morris and Karl Schrag arranged in conjunction with American Federation of Arts)
45 29 Fillin, Walter, 1960
(estimates for value of various pictures)
45 30 Fleischman, Lawrence, 1960
45 31 Ga-Go, General, 1960
45 32 Gr-Gu, General, 1960
45 33 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1960
45 34 Ha-He, General, 1960
45 35 Hi-Hu, General, 1960
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
45 36 I, General, 1960
45 37 J, General, 1960
(Julius Jacobson)
45 38 Ka-Kh, General, 1960
45 39 Ki-Ku, General, 1960
(John Koch; Glen Krause; Antoinette Kraushaar to her employees from her vacation in East Hampton with business and personal news)
45 40 L, General, 1960
45 41 Lehigh University, 1960
45 42 Lofstrum, James E., 1960
45 43 Ma, General, 1960
45 44 Mc-Me, General, 1960
45 45 Mi-Mu, General, 1960
45 46 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1960
(John Koch; Glen Krause; Antoinette Kraushaar to her employees from her vacation in East Hampton with business and personal news)
45 47 Museum of Modern Art, 1960
Box Folder
46 1 N, General, 1960
46 2 O, General, 1960
46 3 Pa-Pe, General, 1960
46 4 Ph-Pr, General, 1960
46 5 Prendergast, Eugenie, 1960
(her wish to exercise more control over Prendergast works sold through Kraushaar Galleries)
46 6 Q, General, 1960
46 7 R, General, 1960
(Andrée Ruellan)
46 8 Sa-Sei, General, 1960
46 9 Sel-So, General, 1960
46 10 Sp-Sw, General, 1960
46 11 T, General, 1960
(Thieme Galleries)
46 12 U, General, 1960
46 13 University of Nebraska, 1960
(Nebraska Art Association)
46 14 V, General, 1960
46 15 Wa-Wh, General, 1960
46 16 Wi-Wy, General, 1960
(Wichita Art Museum)
46 17 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1960
46 18 Walker Art Center, 1960
46 19 Wilson, Ralph L., 1960
46 20 X-Y-Z, General, 1960
46 21 Ab-Al, General, 1961
(Humbert Albrizio)
46 22 Am-Au, General, 1961
46 23 American Federation of Arts, 1961
46 24 Arnest, Bernard, 1961
(artwork created in Afghanistan)
46 25 Art Association of Newport, 1961
46 26 Ba-Bl, General, 1961
46 27 Bn-Bu, General, 1961
46 28 Bacon, Peggy, 1961
46 29 Baker, Keith, 1961
46 30 Bouché, Louis, and Marian Bouché, 1961
46 31 Bowdoin College Museum of Fine Arts, 1961
46 32 Ca-Ch, General, 1961
(Yuen Yuey Chinn)
46 33 Ci-Cr, General, 1961
46 34 Carlin Galleries, 1961
46 35 Da, General, 1961
46 36 De-Du, General, 1961
(Yuen Yuey Chinn)
46 37 DeLonga, Leonard, and Sandy DeLonga, 1961
46 38 Des Moines Art Center, 1961
46 39 E, General, 1961
46 40 Evett, Kenneth, 1961
46 41 Eyerly, Frank, 1961
46 42 F, General, 1961
46 43 Feldman, Walter, 1961
46 44 Fuller, William M. and Mrs., 1961
Box Folder
47 1 G, General, 1961
(Leon Goldin; John Guerin)
47 2 Glackens, Ira, 1961
47 3 Goldman, Harold, 1961
47 4 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1961
47 5 Guerin, John, 1961
47 6 Gutman, Jacob C., 1961
47 7 Ha, General, 1961
(John Hartell)
47 8 He-Hu, General, 1961
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
47 9 Hardy, Tom, 1961
47 10 I, General, 1961
47 11 J, General, 1961
47 12 Ka-Ki, General, 1961
(William Kienbusch concerning a trip to Europe)
47 13 Kl-Ku, General, 1961
(John Koch to customers regarding work on their purchases; Glen Krause)
47 14 La, General, 1961
(Joe Lasker; John Laurent)
47 15 Le-Lu, General, 1961
(James Lechay; Charles Locke)
47 16 Laurent, Robert, 1961
47 17 Lehigh University, 1961
47 18 Ma, General, 1961
47 19 Mc-Mu, General, 1961
(Henry Mitchell)
47 20 Morris, Carl, 1961
(recent difficulties with work and plans for an exhibition)
47 21 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1961
47 22 Museum of Modern Art, 1961
47 23 N, General, 1961
47 24 O, General, 1961
47 25 Charles Z. Offin Advertising, 1961
47 26 Pa-Pen, General, 1961
(James Penney)
47 27 Per-Pr, General, 1961
47 28 Q, General, 1961
47 29 Ra-Re, General, 1961
(Sidney Raynes in Rome)
47 30 Ri-Ru, General, 1961
(Andrée Ruellan)
47 31 Rickey, George, 1961
47 32 Sa-Sc, General, 1961
(Karl Schrag regarding boycotting of New York exhibitions by the Artist Tenant Association)
47 33 Se-So, General, 1961
(John Sloan Trust)
47 34 Sp-Su, General, 1961
47 35 Semans, Mary T., 1961
47 36 T, General, 1961
47 37 U, General, 1961
(University of Michigan regarding Antoinette Kraushaar's regret about Eugenie Prendergast's decision to end her business relationship with Kraushaar Galleries)
47 38 V, General, 1961
(Walter H. Vanderburgh concerning details about the life of George Luks for a book he is writing)
47 39 Wa-Wh, General, 1961
(Jane Wasey)
47 40 Wi-Wo, General, 1961
47 41 Wilke, Ulfert, 1961
47 42 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1961
47 43 X-Y-Z, General, 1961
(Marguerite Zorach)
Box Folder
48 1 Ab-Al, General, 1962
(Humbert Albrizio)
48 2 Am-Av, General, 1962
48 3 Albany Institute of History and Art, 1962
48 4 Ba, General, 1962
(Peggy Bacon)
48 5 Be-Bl, General, 1962
48 6 Bo-Bu, General, 1962
(Louis Bouché)
48 7 Bayroff, Mollie, 1962
48 8 Burton, Irving F., 1962
48 9 Butler Institute of American Art, 1962
48 10 C, General, 1962
48 11 Colby College, 1962
48 12 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1962
48 13 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1962
48 14 Cornell University, 1962
(Louis Bouché)
48 15 Da-Den, General, 1962
48 16 Des-Dy, General, 1962
48 17 Dade, Phillip, 1962
48 18 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts, 1962
48 19 Devlin Gallery, 1962
48 20 E, General, 1962
(Paul Ehrenfest enclosing a photograph of his home)
48 21 F, General, 1962
48 22 Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1962
48 23 G, General, 1962
(Leon Goldin)
48 24 Goldman, Harold J., 1962
48 25 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1962
(catalogs for Peggy Bacon and William Kienbusch exhibitions)
48 26 Grand Rapids Art Gallery, 1962
48 27 Ha-Hen, General, 1962
(John Heliker)
48 28 Her-Hy, General, 1962
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
48 29 Huntington, Christopher, 1962
(relationship with John Laurent)
48 30 I, General, 1962
48 31 Iowa State University, 1962
(Frederick Dwight Kirsch)
48 32 J, General, 1962
48 33 Ka-Kem, General, 1962
48 34 Ken-Ku, General, 1962
(William Kienbusch; John Koch; Glen Krause)
48 35 L, General, 1962
(James Lechay)
48 36 Lehigh University, 1962
48 37 Lucas, Mr. & Mrs. Charles C., Jr., 1962
48 38 Ma, General, 1962
48 39 Mc-My, General, 1962
48 40 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1962
(exhibition for 50th anniversary of the Armory Show)
48 41 Museum of Modern Art, 1962
48 42 Na-Nel, General, 1962
48 43 New-No, General, 1962
48 44 O, General, 1962
48 45 Pa-Pen, General, 1962
48 46 Per-Pr, General, 1962
48 47 Powell, Katherine, 1962
(Ernest Lawson paintings; Powell's recollections of Lawson and his gift to her of a painting by William J. Glackens; 2 photographs of paintings by Ernest Lawson and Robert Rei d)
48 48 Princeton University, 1962
48 49 Ra-Rh, General, 1962
(Sidney Raynes)
Box Folder
49 1 Ri-Ru, General, 1962
49 2 Sa-Si, General, 1962
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
49 3 Sm-Sy, General, 1962
49 4 Semans, James, and Mary Semans, 1962
49 5 Suffolk Museum at Stony Brook, 1962
49 6 T, General, 1962
49 7 Toledo Museum of Art, 1962
49 8 U, General, 1962
49 9 V, General, 1962
49 10 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1962
49 11 Wa-Wh, General, 1962
(Jane Wasey)
49 12 Wi-Wo, General, 1962
(Ulfert Wilke; Esther Williams's attorneys regarding ending her relationship with Kraushaar Galleries)
49 13 Wilson, Ralph L., 1962
49 14 X-Y-Z, General, 1962
(Marguerite Zorach)
49 15 Ab-Al, General, 1963
49 16 Am-At, General, 1963
49 17 Art Dealers Association of America, 1963
(appraisals)
49 18 Ba-Be, General, 1963
49 19 Bi-Bri, General, 1963
49 20 Bro-Bu, General, 1963
(Louis Bouché;)
49 21 Ca-Cl, General, 1963
49 22 Co-Cu, General, 1963
(Russell Cowles)
49 23 Cherasky, Martin, 1963
49 24 Colby College, 1963
49 25 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1963
49 26 D, General, 1963
(Leonard DeLonga; Virginia Downe s)
49 27 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1963
49 28 Dartmouth College, 1963
(Russell Cowles exhibition)
49 29 E, General, 1963
(Kenneth Evett)
49 30 Eyerly, Frank, 1963
49 31 Fa-Fl, General, 1963
(Walter Feldman)
49 32 Fo-Fu, General, 1963
49 33 Fillin, Amy, and Walter Fillin, 1963
(art appraisals)
49 34 G, General, 1963
(Ira Glackens concerning appraisal of a William J. Glackens drawing given to the Brooklyn Museum; John Guerin)
49 35 Gallery, Inc., 1963
49 36 Geesey, Titus, 1963
49 37 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1963
49 38 Ha-He, General (Ira Glackens concerning appraisal of a William J. Glackens drawing given to the Brooklyn Museum; John Guerin), 1963
49 39 Hi-Hy, General, 1963
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
49 40 Hyman, Sigmund, 1963
49 41 I, General, 1963
49 42 J, General, 1963
Box Folder
50 1 Ka-Ke, General, 1963
50 2 Ki-Ku, General, 1963
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
50 3 Kennedy Galleries, Inc., 1963
50 4 La, General, 1963
(Joe Lasker; John Laurent; Robert Laurent)
50 5 Le-Lu, General, 1963
50 6 Lehigh University, 1963
50 7 Lucas, Charles C., Jr., 1963
50 8 Ma, General, 1963
50 9 Mc-Mo, General, 1963
50 10 Mu-My, General, 1963
50 11 Maine Coast Artists, 1963
50 12 Museum of Modern Art (Joe Lasker; John Laurent; Robert Laurent), 1963
50 13 Museum of the City of New York, 1963
(John Koch retrospective exhibition)
50 14 N, General, 1963
50 15 O, General, 1963
50 16 P, General, 1963
(James Penney)
50 17 Ra-Ri, General, 1963
(George Rickey concerning his decision to leave Kraushaar Galleries)
50 18 Ro-Ry, General, 1963
(Andrée Ruellan)
50 19 Raynes, Sidney, 1963
(Antoinette Kraushaar's decision to cancel Raynes's exhibition due to dissatisfaction with her latest work)
50 20 Sa-Sch, 1963
(Concetta Scarvaglione; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Karl Schrag describing his experiences in Mexico)
50 21 Sco-Sm, General, 1963
50 22 Sn-Sy, General, 1963
(Storm King Art Center)
50 23 Southern Vermont Art Center, 1963
50 24 T, General, 1963
(illustrated letter from Dan Taulbee)
50 25 U, General, 1963
50 26 V, General, 1963
50 27 Wa-Wh, General, 1963
50 28 Wi-Wr, General (illustrated letter from Dan Taulbee), 1963
50 29 X-Y-Z, General, 1963
50 30 Ad-Am, General, 1964
50 31 An-Au, General, 1964
50 32 Art Dealers Association of America, 1964
50 33 Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1964
50 34 Ba-Be, General, 1964
(illustrated letter from Dan Taulbee)
50 35 Bi-Bu, General, 1964
(Birmingham Museum of Art; Louis Bouché regarding a portrait commission; E. Ainslie Burke)
50 36 Bacon, Peggy, 1964
50 37 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1964
50 38 Ca-Ch, General, 1964
50 39 Ci-Coo, General, 1964
(Birmingham Museum of Art; Louis Bouché regarding a portrait commission; E. Ainslie Burke)
50 40 Cor-Cu, General, 1964
(Russell Cowles)
50 41 Carlin Galleries, 1964
Box Folder
51 1 Colby College, 1964
51 2 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1964
51 3 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1964
51 4 D, General, 1964
(Leonard DeLonga; Werner Drewes)
51 5 E, General, 1964
(Kenneth Evett)
51 6 F, General, 1964
(William Dean Fausett; Walter Feldman; Daniel Fraad, Jr., enclosing snapshot of John Sloan's McSorley's Bar)
51 7 Fort Worth Art Center, 1964
(concerning a John Guerin and William Kienbusch exhibition)
51 8 Ga-Gi, General, 1964
51 9 Gl-Gu, General, 1964
(Leon Goldin; John Guerin)
51 10 Glackens, Ira, 1964
51 11 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1964
51 12 Ha-He, General, 1964
(Tom Hardy; John Hartell; John Heliker)
51 13 Hi-Hy, General, 1964
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
51 14 I, General, 1964
51 15 J, General, 1964
51 16 Ka-Ke, General, 1964
51 17 Ki-Kr, General (Whitney Ford Hoyt), 1964
51 18 La-Le, General, 1964
(Joe Lasker; John Laurent)
51 19 Li-Ly, General, 1964
(Charles Locke)
51 20 Laurent, Robert, 1964
51 21 Lechay, James, 1964
51 22 Lucas, Charles C., Jr., 1964
51 23 Ma, General, 1964
51 24 Mc-Me, General, 1964
51 25 Mi-My, General, 1964
51 26 Morris, Carl, 1964
(traumatic boating accident during an ocean fishing trip)
51 27 Mount Holyoke College, 1964
51 28 Museum of Modern Art, 1964
51 29 N, General, 1964
51 30 New York World's Fair, 1964
(loans to the Committee of Artists' Societies)
51 31 O, General, 1964
51 32 Pa-Pe, General, 1964
51 33 Ph-Pu, General, 1964
51 34 Penney, James, 1964
51 35 Perutz, George, 1964
51 36 Q, General, 1964
51 37 Ra-Ri, General, 1964
(loans to the Committee of Artists' Societies)
51 38 Ro-Ru, General, 1964
51 39 Ruellan, Andrée, 1964
51 40 Sa-Se, General, 1964
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Karl Schrag)
51 41 Sh-Sm, General, 1964
(Helen Farr Sloan; Vernon Smith)
51 42 Sn-Sy, General, 1964
51 43 T, General, 1964
Box Folder
52 1 U, General, 1964
52 2 University of Nebraska, 1964
52 3 V, General, 1964
52 4 W, General, 1964
(Jane Wasey; Ulfert Wilke)
52 5 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1964
52 6 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1964
52 7 X-Y-Z, General, 1964
(Marguerite Zorach; William Zorach)
52 8 L-N, General, 1965
(10 items only)
52 9 A, General, 1966
52 10 Art Dealers Association of America, 1966
52 11 B, General, 1966
52 12 C, General, 1966
(Kenneth Callahan concerning Antoinette Kraushaar's decision to take on his work; Vivian Chapin concerning an exhibition of Francis Chapin's work; Evangeline Cozzens)
52 13 City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1966
(William J. Glackens retrospective exhibition; copy of an essay on Glackens by Leslie Katz)
52 14 D, General, 1966
(Leonard DeLonga)
52 15 E, General, 1966
(Kenneth Evett)
52 16 F, General, 1966
(Walter Feldman; Mrs. Vaughn Flannery)
52 17 G, General, 1966
(Leon Goldin; John Guerin)
52 18 Glackens, Ira, 1966
(William J. Glackens retrospective exhibition in St. Louis; arrangements with Richard J. Wattenmaker for an exhibition at Rutgers University)
52 19 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1966
52 20 H, General, 1966
(Tom Hardy)
52 21 I, General, 1966
52 22 J, General, 1966
(Jewish Museum)
52 23 K, General, 1966
52 24 L, General, 1966
52 25 M, General, 1966
52 26 N, General, 1966
52 27 O, General, 1966
52 28 P, General, 1966
52 29 Q, General, 1966
52 30 R, General, 1966
52 31 S, General, 1966
52 32 T, General, 1966
52 33 U, General, 1966
(University of Iowa concerning Humbert Albrizio retrospective exhibition)
52 34 V, General, 1966
52 35 W, General, 1966
52 36 Wilmington Society of Fine Arts, 1966
(Jerome Myers exhibition)
52 37 X-Y-Z, General, 1966
52 38 Aa-Am, General, 1967
52 39 Ar-Ay, General, 1967
(Bernard Arnest)
52 40 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1967
52 41 Art Dealers Association of America, 1967
(photograph of Sunflowers by Henry Varnum Poor)
52 42 Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1967
52 43 Ba-Bn, General, 1967
(Gifford Beal, Jr.)
52 44 Bo-Bu, General, 1967
52 45 Birmingham Museum of Fine Arts, 1967
52 46 Ca-Ch, General, 1967
52 47 Cl-Com, General, 1967
52 48 Con-Cu, General, 1967
52 49 Callahan, Kenneth, 1967
(concerning first exhibition at Kraushaar Galleries)
52 50 Carlin Galleries, 1967
52 51 City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1967
52 52 Coblentz, A. Abbott, and Roslyn Coblentz, 1967
52 53 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1967
Box Folder
53 1 D, General, 1967
(Leonard DeLonga concerning sale of a triptych)
53 2 E, General, 1967
(Kenneth Evett)
53 3 Fa-Fl, General, 1967
(Walter Feldman concerning ending the relationship as his dealer)
53 4 Fo-Fu, General, 1967
(Henry Fonda concerning purchase of A Mountain Lake by William J. Glackens enclosing information about the painting from Ira Glackens)
53 5 G, General, 1967
(John Guerin)
53 6 Ganz, Julian, Jr., 1967
53 7 Glackens, Ira, 1967
53 8 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1967
(catalogs for John Heliker and William J. Glackens exhibitions)
53 9 Ha-He, General, 1967
(Tom Hardy; John Heliker)
53 10 Hi-Hy, General, 1967
(Whitney Ford Hoyt)
53 11 Hanes, Ralph P., 1967
53 12 Hillstrom, Richard L., 1967
53 13 I, General, 1967
53 14 J, General, 1967
53 15 Ka-Kl, General, 1967
53 16 Kn-Ku, General, 1967
(John Koch)
53 17 L, General, 1967
(Dennis Leon)
53 18 Lehigh University, 1967
53 19 Ma, General, 1967
(Elsie Manville)
53 20 Mc-Mi, General, 1967
(illustrated letter from Robert McDonald; catalog for a William J. Glackens exhibition, May-June 1967)
53 21 Mo-My, General, 1967
53 22 N, General, 1967
53 23 North Texas Museum Resources Council, 1967
(exhibition of American painting for presentation in Australia)
53 24 O, General, 1967
53 25 Pa-Pe, General, 1967
53 26 Ph-Py, General, 1967
53 27 Perutz, George and Mrs., 1967
53 28 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1967
53 29 Q, General, 1967
53 30 R, General, 1967
53 31 Rutgers, the State University, 1967
(loans for a William J. Glackens exhibition)
53 32 Sa-Si, General, 1967
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
53 33 Sk-So, General, 1967
(Jewish Social Service Agency concerning a Lower East Side exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution)
53 34 Sp-Su, General, 1967
(Gerhard D. Straus enclosing a photograph of Charles Demuth's Wild Orchids)
53 35 Smith, James U., Jr., 1967
53 36 T, General, 1967
53 37 U, General, 1967
53 38 Upstairs Gallery, 1967
53 39 V, General, 1967
53 40 Wa-Web, General, 1967
53 41 Wei-Wr, General, 1967
53 42 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1967
53 43 X-Y-Z, General, 1967
53 44 A-F, General, 1968
(Walter Feldman)

Series 4: Photographs, circa 1900-1960
(box 54; 0.5 ft.)

This series contains 222 undated photographs of works of art developed by various studios. These photographs are in addition to several photographs filed with correspondence in Series 1-3. The majority of the images are identified at least by last name of the artist. The photographs, most of which depict works of art from the early part of the twentieth century, were presumably shown to customers and used by Kraushaar Galleries for advertising.

Researchers should note that the bulk of the photographs in this collection are found in Series 6.6.

The series is arranged alphabetically by artist, and the number of photographs of each artist's work is indicated in the box inventory in parentheses after the artist's name.

Box Folder
54 (hol) 1 A: Abbey, Edwin A.; Andsel, Richard
54 (hol) 2 B: Brissaud, Pierre
54 (hol) 3 C: Cameron, D. Y. ; Cassatt, Mary; Charmin, S. L.; Copley, John Singleton; Cotter, Charles
54 (hol) 4 de Monvel, Bernard Boutet
54 (hol) 5 De Soete-Diaz: De Soete, P. ; Decamps, Alexander Gabriel; Diaz, N.
54 (hol) 6 E: Eisner, Dorothy
54 (hol) 7 F: Fantin-Latour, Henri; Forain, Jean Louis; Forster, W. L.; Friedman, Arnold; Friez, Othon
54 (hol) 8 G: Gabriel, P. J. C.; Gorter, A. M.; Guarino, S.; Guiet
54 (hol) 9 H: Haden, Sir Seymour; Harlow; Harpignies, Henri; Haworth, Edith; Healy; Henry, Edward; Higgins, Victor; Horne-Russel; Hornel, E. A.; Homer, Winslow
54 (hol) 10 Jameson-Johnson: Jameson, Demetrios; Johnson, E. L.
54 (hol) 11 Jonas, Ruth,
54 (hol) 12 Jonas-Jurres: Jonas, Ruth, cont.; Jurres
54 (hol) 13 K: Kever, J. S.; Knauth, Elsa
54 (hol) 14 L: Lamb, Aimee; Larson, Lesle; Lee, B.; Lee, Sydney; Le Sidaner, Henri
54 (hol) 15 M: Martin, Henri; Maufra, Maxime; Maurer, Alfred; Menard; Mignard; Miller, Kenneth Hayes; Millet, Jean François; Moose, Phillip
54 (hol) 16 N: Neubuys; Nevinson, C. R. W.
54 (hol) 17 P: Pyle, William Scott
54 (hol) 18 R: Ravin, Grace; Ricketts; Roth, Jack ; Rousseau; Rushbury, Henry
54 (hol) 19 S: Sauter, Rudolf H.; Schreyer, Adolph; Shean, Charles M.; Shore, Henrietta M.; Shotz; Silz, Arthur
54 (hol) 20 T: Thaulow, Fritz ; Thorburn; Troyou; Twachtman, John Henry
54 (hol) 21 U: Ufer, Walter
54 (hol) 22 V: Van Vleet Tompkins, Frank; Vollon, Antoine
54 (hol) 23 Unidentified: 6 photographs of [bronze] figures

Series 5: Artwork, circa 1926, circa 1938
(box 53; 2 items)

This series contains 2 items: an undated print from Marguerite and William Zorach conveying a Christmas greeting and a print by an unidentified artist. Although the dates of both items are unknown, the former was originally housed with a group of undated miscellaneous notes from 1926, and the latter was filed with miscellaneous notes from 1938.

Artwork by James Penney and Louis Bouché is found in Series 6.7.

Box Folder
53 45 Print by Marguerite and William Zorach, circa 1926
53 46 Print by unidentified artist, circa 1938

Series 6: Addition to the Kraushaar Galleries Records, 1885-2006
(boxes 55-99, BV100; 38.4 linear feet)

The Addition to the Kraushaar Galleries Records includes business correspondence, the bulk from 1965-1978, and Christmas cards from artists; estate records of John F. Kraushaar; artists' files; financial and business records documenting sales and purchases; consignment and loan records; photographs and negatives of works of art, including 3 albums of photographs taken by Peter A. Juley; a 1933 sketchbook by James Penney, and drawings, sketches, and 4 sketchbooks by Louis Bouché.

The series is arranged as 8 subseries:

6.1: Correspondence, 1877-1981, bulk 1965-1978

The bulk of this subseries is mixed incoming and outgoing correspondence dating from 1965-1978. The earliest correspondence in this collection is also located here, and is comprised primarily of incoming letters from the late 1880s to 1920s. Generally, correspondence is between the gallery and its clients, artists, institutions, and museums, regarding consignments, loans, sales, exhibitions, and other gallery operations. Found is an 1877 letter from William Schaus to Charles Kraushaar. Also found are two folders of Christmas cards with original artwork from artists Humbert Albrizio, Gifford Reynolds Beal, Werner Drewes, Walter Feldman, Edward Hopper, Andrée Ruellan, Karl Schrag, Linda Sokolowski, and Marguerite Zorach, among others. Additional correspondents found in this subseries include artists Louis Bouché, Leonard DeLonga, Kenneth Evett, Tom Hardy, John Heliker, Robert Laurent, and James Lechay. Researchers should note additional correspondence with artists, especially those represented in the 1970s-2000s, is found in Artists' Files and Consignments and Loans.

Artists' Christmas cards and miscellaneous correspondence is filed first, followed by correspondence arranged chronologically. Chronological correspondence is filed according to original order upon accession - grouped chronologically in spans of a year and a half (i.e. January 1965 - September 1966), then arranged alphabetically. There is occasionally some slight overlap between years, generally as a result of interfiled letters from earlier years in order to maintain context.

Box Folder
55 1-2 Artists' Christmas Cards, 1926-1981
(2 folders)
55 3-5 Miscellaneous, 1877-1967
(3 folders)
55 6-7 Miscellaneous, To Be Filed, 1911-1953
(2 folders)
55 Chronological Correspondence, 1965-1966
55 8 A, General, 1964-1966
55 9 Albrizio, Humbert, 1964-1966
55 10 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1964-1966
55 11 American Federation of Arts, 1964-1966
55 12 Arnest, Bernard, 1965
55 13 Art Dealers Association of America, 1965-1966
55 14 Ba-Bh, General, 1964-1966
55 15 Bi-Bq, General, 1965-1966
55 16 Br-Bz, General, 1964-1966
55 17 Bacon, Peggy, 1965-1966
55 18 Baltimore Museum of Art, circa 1965-1966
55 19 Bouché, Louis, 1965
55 20 Bowdoin College Museum, 1965-1966
55 21 Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1965
55 22 Burke, Ainslie, 1965
55 23 Butler Institute of American Art, 1965
55 24 Ca-Cn, General, 1964-1966
55 25 Co, General, 1964-1966
55 26 Cp-Cz, General, 1964-1966
55 27 National Gallery of Canada, 1965-1966
55 28 Colby College Museum of Art, 1965-1966
55 29 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1965
55 30 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1965-1966
55 31 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1965-1966
55 32 Da-De, General, 1964-1966
55 33 Df-Dz, General, 1965-1966
Box Folder
56 1 DeLonga, Leonard, 1965-1966
56 2 E, General, 1964-1966
56 3 Evett, Kenneth, 1964-1966
56 4 F, General, 1964-1966
56 5 Fairweather-Hardin Gallery, 1965-1966
56 6 Far Brook School, 1965-1966
56 7 Feldman, Walter, 1965-1966
56 8 Flint Institute of Arts, 1966
56 9 G, General, 1965-1966
56 10 Glackens, Ira, 1964-1966
56 11 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1964-1967
56 12 Guerin, John, 1965-1966
56 13 H, General, 1965-1966
56 14 Art Gallery of Hamilton, 1965-1966
56 15 Hardy, Tom, 1965-1966
56 16 Hartell, John, 1965-1966
56 17 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1964-1966
56 18 I, General, 1965-1966
56 19 J, General, 1965-1966
56 20 K, General, 1964-1966
56 21 Kennedy Galleries, 1965-1966
56 22 Kienbusch, William, 1965-1966
56 23 L, General, 1965-1966
56 24 Lasker, Joe, 1965-1966
56 25 Laurent, John, 1962, 1965-1966
56 26 Laurent, Robert, 1964-1966
56 27 Lechay, James, 1965-1966
56 28 Lehigh University, 1965-1966
56 29 Leon, Dennis, 1965-1966
56 30 Lucas, Charles, Jr., 1965-1966
56 31 Ma-Mh, General, 1965-1966
56 32 Mi-Mz, General, 1964-1966
56 33 Mc, General, 1965-1966
56 34 Merida Gallery, Inc., 1965-1966
56 35 Museum of Modern Art, 1965-1966
56 36 Morris, Carl, 1965-1966
56 37 Midtown Galleries, 1965
56 38 Milwaukee Art Center, 1965-1966
56 39 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1965
56 40 Muncie, Wendell, Dr., 1965-1966
Box Folder
57 1 Na-Ne, General, 1964-1966
57 2 Nf-Nz, General, 1965-1966
57 3 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1965-1966
57 4 University of New Mexico, 1965-1966
57 5 New York Newspapers and New Yorker, 1965-1966
57 6 Norfolk Museum, 1965-1966
57 7 North Carolina Museum of Art, 1965-1966
57 8 O, General, 1965-1966
57 9 Offin, Charles, 1964-circa 1966
57 10 Pa-Ph, General, 1965-1966
57 11 Pi-Q, General, 1965-1966
57 12 Penney, James, 1965
57 13 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1965-1966
57 14 Perutz, George, 1965-1966
57 15 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965-1966
57 16 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1965-1966
57 17 Ra-Re, General, 1964-1966
57 18 Rf-Rz, General, 1964-1966
57 19 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1965-1966
57 20 Rockford Art Association, 1965
57 21 Ruellan, Andrée, 1965-1966
57 22 Sa-Se, General, 1965-1966
57 23 Sf-Sr, General, 1965-1966
57 24 St-Sz, General, 1964-1966
57 25 Saint Louis Museum, 1965-1966
57 26 Schrag, Karl, 1965-1966
57 27 Sloan, John, Mrs. and John Sloan Trust, 1965-1966
57 28 Smithsonian Institution, 1965-1966
57 29 South Bend Art Center, 1965
57 30 Storm King Art Center, 1965-1966
57 31 T, General, 1965-1966
57 32 U, General, 1965-1966
57 33 V, General, 1965-1966
57 34 W, General, 1962, 1965-1966
57 35 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1965-1966
57 36 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1965-1967
57 37 X-Y-Z, General, 1965-1966
57 Chronological Correspondence, 1968-1969
57 38 A, General, 1968-1969
57 39 Akron Art Institute, 1968
57 40 Albrizio, Humbert, 1968
57 41 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1968-1969
57 42 American Federation of Arts, 1968-1969
57 43 Arnest, Bernard, 1968-1969
Box Folder
58 1 Art Dealers Association of America, 1967-1969
58 2 Ba-Bh, General, 1968-1969
58 3 Bi-Bz, General, 1966-1969
58 4 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1967-1969
58 5 Bouché, Louis, 1968-1969
58 6 Burke, Ainslie, 1968-1969
58 7 Butler Institute of American Art, 1968-1969
58 8 Ca-Cn, General, 1968-1969
58 9 Co-Cz, General, 1968-1969
58 10 Carlin Galleries, 1968
58 11 Colby College, 1968-1969
58 12 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1968
58 13 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1968-1969
58 14 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1968-1969
58 15 Da-De, General, 1968-1969
58 16 Df-Dz, General, 1967-1969
58 17 DeLonga, Leonard, 1968-1969
58 18 E, General, 1967-1969
58 19 F, General, 1967-1969
58 20 Fairweather-Hardin Gallery, 1968-1969
58 21 Fort Wayne Art Institute, 1968-1969
58 22 G, General, 1967-1969
58 23 Ganz, Julian, Jr., 1968-1969
58 24 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1968-1969
58 25 Guerin, John, 1967-1969
58 26-27 H, General, 1968-1969
(2 folders)
58 28 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1968-1969
58 29 Hillstrom, R.L., Dr., 1968-1969
58 30 I, General, 1968-1969
58 31 J, General, 1968-1969
58 32 K, General, 1968-1969
58 33 Kennedy Galleries, 1967-1969
58 34 Kienbusch, William, 1968-1969
58 35 Koch, John, 1968-1969
58 36 L, General, 1967-1969
58 37 Laros, Fred, 1968-1969
58 38 Lehigh University, 1968-1969
58 39 Leon, Dennis, 1968
58 40 Ma-Mh, General, 1967-1969
Box Folder
59 1 Mi-Mz, General, 1967-1969
59 2 Mc, General, 1968-1969
59 3 Museum of Modern Art, 1952, 1968-1969
59 4 Na-Ne, General, 1968-1969
59 5 Nf-Nz, General, 1968-1969
59 6 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1968-1969
59 7 University of New Mexico, 1968-1969
59 8 New York Newspapers and New Yorker, 1969
59 9 North Carolina Museum of Art, 1968
59 10 O, General, 1968-1969
59 11 Pa-Ph, General, 1968-1969
59 12 Pi-Q, General, 1968-1969
59 13 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1968
59 14 Perutz, George, 1967-1969
59 15 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1969
59 16 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1968-1969
59 17 Ra-Re, General, 1968-1969
59 18 Rf-Rz, General, 1967-1969
59 19 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1968-1969
59 20 Ruellan, Andrée, 1968
59 21 Rutgers University, 1968
59 22 Sa-Se, General, 1967-1969
59 23 Sf-Sr, General, 1967-1969
59 24 St-Sz, General, 1968-1969
59 25 Saint Louis Museum, 1968-1969
59 26 Smith, James U., Jr., 1968-1969
59 27 Smithsonian Institution, 1968-1969
59 28 Storm King Art Center, 1968
59 29 T, General, 1968-1969
59 30 U, General, 1967-1969
59 31 V, General, 1967-1969
59 32-33 W, General, 1967-1969
(2 folders)
59 34 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1967-1969
59 35 Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1969
59 36 X-Y-Z, General, 1967-1969
59 Chronological Correspondence, 1969-1970
59 37 A, General, 1968-1970
59 38 Albrizio, Humbert, 1969-1970
59 39 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1969-1970
59 40 Art Dealers Association of America, 1968-1970
59 41 Ba-Bh, General, 1969-1970
59 42 Bi-Bz, General, 1968-1970
59 43 Bacon, Peggy, 1969-1970
59 44 Beal, Gifford, Jr., and William Beal, 1969-1970
59 45 Bouché, Louis, Mrs., 1969-1970
Box Folder
60 1 Burke, Ainslie, 1970
60 2 Butler Institute of American Art, 1969-1970
60 3 Ca-Cn, General, 1969-1970
60 4 Co-Cz, General, 1969-1970
60 5 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1969-1970
60 6 Callahan, Kenneth, 1969-1970
60 7 Carlin Galleries, 1970
60 8 Colby College, 1969-1970
60 9 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1969-1970
60 10 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1969-1970
60 11 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1969-1970
60 12 Da-De, General, 1968-1970
60 13 Df-Dz, General, 1969-1970
60 14 DeLonga, Leonard, 1969-1970
60 15 E, General, 1969-1970
60 16 Evett, Kenneth, 1969-1970
60 17 F, General, 1969-1970
60 18 G, General, 1969-1970
60 19 Ganz, Julian, Jr., 1969-1970
60 20 Glackens, Ira, 1969-1970
60 21 Wm. E. Goodridge, Inc., 1969-1971
60 22 Guerin, John, 1969-1970
60 23-24 H, General, 1968-1970
(2 folders)
60 25 Hardy, Tom, 1970
60 26 Hartell, John, 1969-1970
60 27 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1969-1970
60 28 Heliker, John, 1969-1970
60 29 I, General, 1969-1970
60 30 J, General, 1969-1970
60 31 K, General, 1969-1970
60 32 Kennedy Galleries, 1969-1971
60 33 Kienbusch, William, 1969-1970
60 34 Koch, John, 1969-1970
60 35 L, General, 1969-1970
60 36 La Hotan, Robert, 1970
60 37 Lasker, Joe, 1969-1970
60 38 Laurent, John, 1969-1970
60 39 Laurent, Robert, 1969-1970
60 40 Lechay, James, 1969-1970
60 41 Lehigh University, 1969-1970
60 42 Leon, Dennis, 1969-1970
60 43 Ma-Mh, General, 1969-1970
60 44 Mi-Mz, General, 1969-1970
60 45 Mc, General, 1968-1970
60 46 Morris, Carl, 1969
60 47 Museum of Modern Art, 1969-1970
60 48 Na-Ne, General, 1969-1970
60 49 Nf-Nz, General, 1969-1970
60 50 National Gallery of Art, 1969-1971
60 51 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1970
60 52 New York Newspapers and New Yorker, 1969-1970
Box Folder
61 1 O, General, 1969-1970
61 2 Pa-Ph, General, 1969-1970
61 3 Pi-Q, General, 1969-1970
61 4 Penney, James, 1969-1970
61 5 Perutz, George, 1969-1970
61 6 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1969-1970
61 7 Ra-Re, General, 1969-1970
61 8 Rf-Rz, General, 1969-1970
61 9 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1969-1970
61 10 Sa-Se, General, 1969-1970
61 11 Sf-Sr, General, 1969-1970
61 12 St-Sz, General, 1969-1970
61 13 Saint Louis Museum, 1970
61 14 Schnakenberg, Henry (Estate), 1969-1970
61 15 Schrag, Karl, 1969-1970
61 16 Sloan, John, Mrs., 1969-1970
61 17 Smith, James U., Jr., 1969-1970
61 18 Smithsonian Institution, 1969-1970
61 19 Sneed Gallery 35, 1969-1970
61 20 J.B. Speed Art Museum, 1970
61 21 Storm King Art Center, circa 1969-1970
61 22 T, General, 1969-1970
61 23 U, General, 1969-1970
61 24 V, General, 1969-1970
61 25 W, General, 1969-1970
61 26 Wasey, Jane, circa 1969-1970
61 27 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1969-1970
61 28 X-Y-Z, General, 1969-1970
61 Chronological Correspondence, 1971-1972
61 29 A, General, 1971-1972
61 30 Akron Art Institute, 1971
61 31 Albrizio, Humbert, Mrs., 1971
61 32 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1971-1972
61 33 American Federation of Arts, 1972
61 34 Art Dealers Association of America, 1971-1972
61 35 Ba-Bh, General, 1969-1972
61 36 Bi-Bz, General, 1970-1972
61 37 Beal, Gifford, Jr., and William Beal, 1971-1972
61 38 Bouché, Louis, Mrs., 1971
61 39 Ca-Cn, General, 1970-1972
61 40 Co-Cz, General, 1970-1972
61 41 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1971-1972
61 42 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1970-1972
61 43 Da-De, General, 1971-1972
61 44 Df-Dz, General, 1971-1972
61 45 Delaware Art Museum, 1971-1972
61 46 E, General, 1971-1972
61 47 F, General, 1971-1972
Box Folder
62 1 Frenkel and Company, Inc., 1971-1972
62 2 G, General, 1967, 1971-1972
62 3-4 H, General, 1970-1972
(2 folders)
62 5 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1971-1972
62 6 Heckscher Museum, 1971-1972
62 7 Hillstrom, R.L., Dr., 1969, 1971-1972
62 8 Hom Gallery, 1971-1972
62 9 I, General, 1970-1972
62 10 J, General, 1971-1972
62 11 K, General, 1971-1972
62 12 Kennedy Galleries, 1971-1972
62 13 L, General, 1966-1967, 1970-1972
62 14 Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, 1971
62 15 Ma-Mh, General, 1971-1972
62 16 Mi-Mz, General, 1969-1972
62 17 Mc, General, 1971-1972
62 18 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1971-1972
62 19 Museum of Modern Art, 1970-1972
62 20 Na-Ne, General, 1971-1972
62 21 Nf-Nz, General, 1971-1972
62 22 National Gallery of Art, 1970-1972
62 23 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1971-1972
62 24 O, General, 1971-1972
62 25 Pa-Ph, General, 1970-1972
62 26 Pi-Q, General, 1971-1972
62 27 Paullin, Ethel Parsons (Estate), 1971-1972
62 28 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1971-1972
62 29 Perutz, George, 1971-1972
62 30 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1971-1972
62 31 Ra-Re, General, 1970-1972
62 32 Rf-Rz, General, 1970-1972
62 33 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1971-1972
62 34 Sa-Se, General, 1970-1972
Box Folder
63 1 St-Sz, General, 1970-1972
63 2 Sloan, Mrs. John, 1971-1972
63 3 Smith, James U., Jr., 1971-1972
63 4 Smithsonian Institution, 1971-1972
63 5 Sneed Gallery 35, 1971-1972
63 6 Sotheby Parke-Bernet (and P.B. 84), 1971-1972
63 7 T, General, 1970-1972
63 8 Tahir Gallery, 1971-1972
63 9 U, General, 1971-1972
63 10 V, General, 1968, 1971-1972
63 11 W, General, 1970-1972
63 12 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1971-1972
63 13 Witkin, James, 1971-1972
63 14 X-Y-Z, General, 1971-1972
63 Chronological Correspondence, 1972-1974
63 15-16 A, General, 1972-1974
(2 folders)
63 17 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1972-1974
63 18 American Federation of Arts, 1972-1973
63 19 Art Dealers Association of America, 1972-1974
63 20 Ba-Bh, General, 1972-1974
63 21 Bi-Bz, General, 1972-1974
63 22 Beal, Gifford, Jr., and William Beal, 1973-1974
63 23 Bouché, Louis, Mrs., 1973-1974
63 24 Ca-Cl, General, 1972-1974
63 25 Co-Cz, General, 1972-1974
63 26 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1972-1974
63 27 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1972-1974
63 28 Da-De, General, 1972-1974
63 29 Df-Dz, General, 1972-1974
63 30 E, General, 1972-1974
63 31 F, General, 1972-1974
63 32 Frenkel and Company, Inc., 1972-1974
63 33-34 G, General, 1969, 1972-1974
(2 folders)
63 35 Ha-He, General, 1972-1974
Box Folder
64 1 Hi-Hy, General, 1971-1974
64 2 Hardy, Tom, 1972-1974
64 3 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1972-1973
64 4 Heckscher Museum, 1973-1974
64 5 Hillstrom, R.L., Dr., circa 1972-1974
64 6 Hom Gallery, 1972-1973
64 7 I, General, 1972-1974
64 8 J, General, 1972-1974
64 9 K, General, 1972-1974
64 10 Kennedy Galleries, 1972-1974
64 11 Koch, John, circa 1972-1974
64 12 L, General, 1971-1974
64 13 Ma-Mh, General, 1972-1974
64 14 Mi-Mz, General, 1972-1974
64 15 Mc, General, 1972-1974
64 16 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1972-1973
64 17 Na-Ne, General, 1971-1974
64 18 Nf-Nz, General, 1972-1974
64 19 National Gallery of Art, 1973-1974
64 20 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1973-1974
64 21 O, General, 1972-1974
64 22 Pa-Ph, General, 1972-1974
64 23 Pi-Q, General, 1970-1974
64 24 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1972
64 25 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1973-1974
64 26 Ra-Re, General, 1972-1974
64 27 Rh-Rz, General, 1972-1974
64 28 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1973-1974
64 29 Sa-Se, General, 1972-1974
64 30 Sf-Sr, General, 1972-1974
64 31 St-Sz, General, 1972-1974
Box Folder
65 1 Sloan, John, Mrs., 1973-1974
65 2 Smithsonian Institution (National Collection of Fine Arts), 1972-1974
65 3 Sneed-Hillman Gallery [Sneed Gallery 35], 1972-1974
65 4 Sotheby Parke-Bernet (and P.B. 84), 1972-1974
65 5 T, General, 1972-1974
65 6 U, General, 1973-1974
65 7 V, General, 1972-1974
65 8-9 W, General, 1972-1974
(2 folders)
65 10 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1972-1973
65 11 Witkin, Jerome, 1972-1974
65 12 X-Y-Z, General, 1972-1974
65 Chronological Correspondence, 1974-1976
65 13 A, General, 1974-1976
65 14 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1974-1976
65 15 Art Dealers Association of America, 1974-1976
65 16 Ba-Bh, General, 1974-1976
65 17 Bi-Bz, General, 1974-1976
65 18 Beal, Gifford, Jr., and William Beal, 1974-1976
65 19 Ca-Cl, General, 1974-1976
65 20 Co-Cz, General, 1974-1976
65 21 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1974-1975
65 22 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1975-1976
65 23 Da-De, General, 1974-1976
65 24 Df-Dz, General, 1974-1976
65 25 E, General, 1974-1976
65 26 F, General, 1974-1976
65 27 G, General, 1974-1976
65 28 Ha-He, General, 1969, 1974-1976
65 29 Hi-Hy, General, 1974-1976
Box Folder
66 1 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1974-1976
66 2 Heckscher Museum, 1975-1976
66 3 Hom Gallery, 1975-1976
66 4 I, General, 1974-1976
66 5 J, General, 1974-1976
66 6 K, General, 1974-1976
66 7 Kennedy Galleries, 1974-1976
66 8 L, General, 1974-1976
66 9 Laurent, Robert (Estate), 1974-1976
66 10 Ma-Mh, General, 1974-1976
66 11 Mi-Mz, General, 1974-1976
66 12 Mc, General, 1974-1976
66 13 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1974-1975
66 14 Na-Ne, General, 1974-1976
66 15 Nf-Nz, General, 1974-1976
66 16 National Gallery of Art, 1974-1975
66 17 University of Nebraska, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, 1974-1976
66 18 O, General, 1974-1976
66 19 Pa-Ph, General, 1973-1976
66 20 Pi-Q, General, 1974-1976
66 21 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1974-1976
66 22 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1974-1976
66 23 Ra-Re, General, 1974-1976
66 24 Rh-Rz, General, 1972, 1974-1976
66 25 University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1975-1976
66 26 Sa-Se, General, 1972-1976
66 27 Sf-Sr, General, 1974-1976
66 28 St-Sz, General, 1974-1976
66 29 Smithsonian Institution (National Collection of Fine Arts), 1974-1976
66 30 Sneed-Hillman Gallery [Sneed Gallery 35], 1974-1975
66 31 Sotheby Parke-Bernet (and P.B. 84), 1974-1975
66 32 T, General, 1974-1976
66 33 U, General, 1974-1976
66 34 V, General, 1974-1976
66 35 Wa-We, General, 1974-1976
Box Folder
67 1 Wh-Wz, General, 1968-1972, 1974-1976
67 2 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1974-1976
67 3 Witkin, Jerome, 1974-1976
67 4 X-Y-Z, General, 1974-1976
67 Chronological Correspondence, 1976-1978
67 5-6 A, General, 1976-1978
(2 folders)
67 7 Albrizio, Humbert, Mrs., 1978
67 8 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1976-1978
67 9 Art Dealers Association of America, 1976-1978
67 10-11 Ba-Bh, General, 1976-1978
(2 folders)
67 12 Bi-Bz, General, 1974, 1976-1978
67 13 Beal, Gifford, Jr., and William Beal, 1976-1978
67 14 Ca-Cl, General, 1976-1978
67 15 Co-Cz, General, 1976-1978
67 16 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1976-1978
67 17 Da-De, General, 1976-1978
67 18 Df-Dz, General, 1976-1978
67 19 E, General, 1976-1978
67 20 F, General, 1976-1978
67 21 G, General, 1975-1978
67 22 Ha-He, General, 1976-1978
67 23 Hi-Hy, General, 1976-1978
67 24 Hardy, Tom, 1976-1978
67 25 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1976-1978
67 26 Heliker, John, 1976-1978
67 27 Hom Gallery, 1977-1978
67 28 I, General, 1976-1978
Box Folder
68 1 J, General, 1976-1978
68 2 K, General, 1976-1978
68 3 Kennedy Galleries, 1976-1978
68 4 Koch, John (Dina), Mrs., 1977-1978
68 5 L, General, 1974, 1976-1978
68 6 Laurent, Robert (Estate), 1976
68 7 Lechay, James, 1976-1978
68 8 Ma-Mh, General, 1976-1978
68 9 Mi-Mz, General, 1976-1978
68 10 Mc, General, 1976-1978
68 11 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1976-1978
68 12 Museum of Modern Art, 1976-1978
68 13 Na-Ne, General, 1976-1978
68 14 Nf-Nz, General, 1976-1978
68 15 O, General, 1976-1978
68 16 Pa-Ph, General, 1975-1978
68 17 Pi-Q, General, 1974-1978
68 18 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Art Sales and Rental Gallery, 1976-1978
68 19 Ra-Rn, General, 1976-1978
68 20 Ro-Rz, General, 1976-1978
68 21 Sa-Se, General, 1976-1978
68 22 Sf-Sr, General, 1976-1978
68 23 St-Sz, General, 1976-1978
68 24 Sloan, John, Mrs., 1976-1977
68 25 Smithsonian Institution (National Collection of Fine Arts), 1976-1978
68 26 Sotheby Parke-Bernet, 1976-1978
68 27 T, General, 1976-1978
68 28 U, General, 1976-1978
68 29 V, General, 1976-1978
68 30 Wa-We, General, 1976-1978
Box Folder
69 1 Wh-Wz, General, 1973-1978
69 2 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1976-1978
69 3 Witkin, Jerome, 1976-1978
69 4 X-Y-Z, General, 1976-1978

6.2: Estate of John F. Kraushaar, 1931, 1945-1963

This subseries documents the closure of the estate of John F. Kraushaar through accounting records, auction records, tax records, and a handful of bills. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box Folder
69 5-6 Accounts Payable, 1946-1963
(2 folders)
69 7 Accounts Receivable, 1931, 1947
69 8 Auctions, 1947-1950
69 9 Bills for Estate Expenses, 1947-1952
69 10 Taxes (1944-1947), 1945-1952

6.3: Artists' Files, circa 1930s-2005

Artists' Files documents the Kraushaar Galleries' representation of their stable artists through newspaper and magazine clippings; exhibition catalogs and announcements; biographical information; correspondence, including substantial correspondence with artists Karen Breunig, David Cantine, Kenneth Evett, Joe Lasker, Andrée Ruellan, and David Smalley; price lists; miscellaneous notes and writings; and appraisal records for the artwork of Louis Bouché and Walt Kuhn. Folders are arranged alphabetically by artist's last name.

Box Folder
69 11 Albrizio, Humbert, 1951-1970s
69 12 Arnest, Bernard, 1948-1975
69 13 Atkins, Jerry, 1981-1986
69 14 Bouché, Louis, 1969
69 15 Breunig, Karen, 1985-2001
69 16-17 Burke, Ainslie, 1960-1991
(2 folders)
69 18 Burke, Barbara, 1959
69 19-21 Callahan, Kenneth, 1964-2002
(3 folders)
69 22-23 Cantine, David, 1966-2005
(2 folders)
69 24 Cofer, Sophie, 1997
69 25-26 Cowles, Russell, 1935-1999
(2 folders)
69 27 Cramer, Aileen, undated
Box Folder
70 1 DeLonga, Leonard, 1961-1986
70 2-4 Evett, Kenneth, 1948-2005
(3 folders)
70 5 Feldman, Walter, 1957-1967, 2005
70 6 Frank, Otto: "Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album", 2004
70 7 Gechtoff, Sonia, 1980-1999
70 8 Gill, John, 1986-2005
70 9-10 Goldin, Leon, 1959-2005
(2 folders)
70 11 Guerin, John, 1960-1971
70 12-13 Hardy, Tom, 1953-1999
(2 folders)
70 14-15 Hartell, John, 1943-2001
(2 folders)
70 16 Koch, John, circa 2000s
70 17 Kuhn, Walt, 1965
70 18 La Hotan, Robert, 1966-2002
70 19-20 Lasker, Joe, 1950-2005
(2 folders)
70 21 Laurent, John, 1956-1976
70 22 Lechay, James, 1947-2001
Box Folder
71 1 Lechay, James, 1947-2001
71 2 Leon, Dennis, 1966-1970
71 3-4 Manville, Elsie, 1958-2002
(2 folders)
71 5 Mitchell, Henry, 1952-1962
71 6-7 Morris, Carl, 1952-2004
(2 folders)
71 8 Moss, Ben Frank, 1975-1998
71 9 O'Sullivan, Daniel, 1973-1988
71 10-13 Penney, James, circa 1930s-1988
(4 folders)
71 14 Quin, Langdon, 1985-2005
71 15-16 Rickey, George, 1953-1963
(2 folders)
71 17 Robinson, Boardman, 1946-1952
71 18-19 Ruellan, Andrée, 1943-2005
(2 folders)
71 20 Scaravaglione, Concetta, 1939-1987
71 21 Schnackenberg, Henry, 2004, undated
Box Folder
72 1-4 Schrag, Karl, 1947-2005
(4 folders)
72 5 Siegel, Isabelle, 1984-1992
72 6 Smalley, David, 1981-2004
72 7 Sokolowski, Linda, 1973-1998
72 8-9 Sperry, Ann, 1978-2005
(2 folders, includes 1 3.5" Macintosh floppy disc)
72 10-11 Vevers, Tabitha, 1989-2004
(2 folders)
72 12 Wall, Kathryn, 1992-2000
72 13 Wasey, Jane, 1955-1992
72 14 Wilke, Ulfert, 1953-1961
72 15 Williams, Esther, 1936-1953
72 16-17 Witkin, Jerome, 1971-1983
(2 folders)
72 18 Young, Mahonri, circa 1930s-1957

6.4: Financial Records, 1885-1957

Bound volumes provide nearly complete financial records for gallery purchases and expenses, transactions, and sales from Kraushaar Galleries' establishment in 1885 until 1947. Also found is a stock book from 1948-1957 which records sales and costs, and three miscellaneous ledger indices. Many materials are fragile and where leather rot was present, the covers of the bound volumes were removed. Folders are arranged alphabetically by type of record, then chronologically.

Box Folder
73 1 Cash Journal, 1886-1888
(Oversized material housed in Box 92, Folder 1)
73 2 Cash Journal, 1900-1906
73 3 Cash Journal, 1906-1909
73 4 Cash Journal, 1909-1915
73 5 Cash Journal, 1915-1918
73 6 Cash Journal, 1918-1924
73 7 Cash Journal, 1924-1928
73 8 Cash Journal, 1928-1935
73 9 Cash Journal, 1917-1919, 1935-1940
73 10 Cash Journal, 1917-1918, 1940-1943
73 11 Cash Journal, 1943-1946
73 12 Cash Journal, 1946-1947
73 13 Cash Ledger, 1890-1901
73 14 Cash Ledger, 1901-1909
Box Folder
74 1-2 Miscellaneous Indices, circa 1885-1900s
(2 folders, oversized material housed in Box 92, Folder 2)
74 3 Purchase Journal (Dec. 1901-June 1906), 1901-1906
74 4 Purchase Journal (Aug. 1906-Dec. 1915), 1906-1915
74 5 Purchase Journal (Jan. 1916-Dec. 1922), 1916-1923
74 6 Purchase Journal (Jan. 1923-July 1928), 1923-1928
74 7 Purchase Journal (July 1928-Dec. 1940), 1928-1940
74 8 Purchase Journal (Jan. 1941-Aug. 1944), 1941-1944
74 9 Purchase Journal (Sept. 1944-April 1947), 1944-1947
74 10 Purchase Ledger, 1910-1918
74 11 Purchase Ledger, 1929-1940
74 12 Purchase Ledger, 1941-1946
74 13 Sales Journal (Sept. 1885-Feb. 1887), 1885-1887
(Oversized material housed in Box 92, Folder 3)
74 14 Sales Journal (Feb. 1887-Apr. 1888), 1887-1888
Box Folder
75 1 Sales Journal (Apr. 1888-Oct. 1889), 1888-1889
75 2 Sales Journal (Oct. 1889-Nov. 1891), 1889-1891
75 3 Sales Journal (Nov. 1891-Mar. 1896), 1891-1896
(Oversized material housed in Box 93, Folder 1)
75 4 Sales Journal (May 1896-Dec. 1902), 1896-1902
(Oversized material housed in Box 93, Folder 2)
75 5 Sales Journal (Jan. 1903-Nov. 1908), 1903-1908
75 6 Sales Journal (Dec. 1908-Oct. 1909), 1908-1909
75 7 Sales Journal (Sept. 1909-Oct. 1913), 1909-1913
75 8 Sales Journal (Oct. 1913-Nov. 1918), 1913-1918
Box Folder
76 1 Sales Journal (Dec. 1918-Sept. 1925), 1918-1925
76 2 Sales Journal (Sept. 1925-Oct. 1930), 1925-1930
76 3 Sales Journal (Oct. 1930-Oct. 1943), 1930-1943
76 4 Sales Journal (Oct 1943-April 1947), 1943-1947
76 5 Sales Ledger, 1885-1887
(Oversized material housed in Box 94, Folder 1)
76 6 Sales Ledger, 1887-1901
(Oversized material housed in Box 94, Folder 2)
76 7 Sales Ledger, 1901-1910
(Oversized material housed in Box 95, Folder 1)
76 8 Sales Ledger, 1909-1917
76 9 Sales Ledger, 1918-1926
Box Folder
77 1 Sales Ledger, 1927-1936
77 2 Sales Ledger, 1937-1946
77 3 Stock Book, 1948-1957
(Oversized material housed in Box 95, Folder 2)
Box Folder
92 1 Cash Journal, 1886-1888
(Oversized material from Box 73, Folder 1)
92 2 Miscellaneous Indices, circa 1885-1900s
(Oversized material from Box 74, Folder 2)
92 3 Sales Journal (Sept. 1885-Feb. 1887), 1885-1887
(Oversized material from Box 74, Folder 13)
Box Folder
93 1 Sales Journal (Nov. 1891-Mar. 1896), 1891-1896
(Oversized material from Box 75, Folder 3)
93 2 Sales Journal (May 1896-Dec. 1902), 1896-1902
(Oversized material from Box 75, Folder 4)
Box Folder
94 1 Sales Ledger, 1885-1887
(Oversized material from Box 76, Folder 5)
94 2 Sales Ledger, 1887-1901
(Oversized material from Box 76, Folder 6)
Box Folder
95 1 Sales Ledger, 1901-1910
(Oversized material from Box 76, Folder 7)
95 2 Stock Book, 1948-1957
(Oversized material from Box 77, Folder 3)

6.5: Consignments and Loans, 1899-2006

This subseries contains consignment books dating from 1899-1933, and incoming and outgoing consignment and loan records dating from the early 1930s-2000s. Consignment books document the consignee or loanee name, transaction dates, artwork title, artist name, price, and inventory number in ledger books. Incoming consignment records contain account statements to consigners, many of whom were Kraushaar Galleries' artists, inventory and price lists, shipping records, appraisals, notes, and scattered correspondence. Outgoing consignment and loan records are similar to the consignment books, but are on loose ledger pages. There is substantial correspondence with artists James Lechay and Jane Wasey in the incoming consignment materials.

Researchers should use care when using the materials in this subseries; much of the material is on highly acidic paper which has become fragile with friable edges. Consignment books are filed chronologically. Incoming consignment folders are arranged alphabetically by the artist's or consigner's last name; outgoing records are arranged alphabetically by consignee's name.

Box Folder
77 4 Consignment Book (loose pages), 1899, January; 1900, October-November
77 5 Consignment Book (Dec. 1900-Dec. 1908), 1900-1908
77 6 Consignment Book (Jan. 1909-Mar. 1913), 1909-1913
77 7 Consignment Book (Mar. 1913-Dec. 1918), 1913-1918
77 8 Consignment Book (Dec. 1918-Oct. 1922), 1918-1922
77 9 Consignment Book (Dec. 1918-Oct. 1926), 1918-1926
77 10 Consignment Book (Nov. 1926-Apr. 1930), 1926-1930
77 11 Consignment Book (Jan. 1929-Mar. 1933), 1929-1933
77 Incoming Consignments and Loans,
77 12 Albrizio, Humbert, 1946-1998
77 13 Arnest, Bernard, 1946-1997
Box Folder
78 1-3 Bacon, Peggy, 1949-1986
(3 folders)
78 4 Beal, Gifford Reynolds, 1922-1959
78 5 Beal, Gifford Reynolds, Mrs., 1956-1969
78 6 Beal, Gifford Reynolds (Estate), 1940-1957
78 7 Bell, Cecil, 1944-1978
78 8-9 Bouché, Louis, 1937-1970
(2 folders, see also Strong, Jane Bouché)
78 10 Bouché, Louis (Marian Wright), Mrs., 1970-1979
78 11 Breuning, Karen, 1982-2006
78 12 Burke, Ainslie, 1956-1991
78 13 Burke, Gregory [Ainslie Burke], 1985-2005
78 14 Callahan, Kenneth, 1960-1986
78 15 Callahan, Kenneth (Beth), Mrs., 1980-2001
78 16 Callahan, Mikell and Tobey [Kenneth Callahan], 1994-2003
78 17 Cantine, David, 1974-2006
78 18 Chinn, Yuen Yuey, 1954-1966, 1997
78 19-20 DeLonga, Leonard, 1958-1999
(2 folders)
78 21 Downes, Virginia, 1935, 1957-1981
Box Folder
79 1 Dubin, Ralph, 1952-1975
79 2-3 Evett, Kenneth, 1946-2006
(2 folders)
79 4 Fausett, Dean, 1934-1962
79 5 Feldman, Walter, 1953-1968, 1981
79 6 Ferro, Walter, 1972-1973, 1981
79 7 Flannery, Vaughn (Elizabeth), Mrs., 1953-2004
79 8 Gechtoff, Sonia, 1988-2001
79 9 Goldin, Leon, 1959-1979
79 10 Guerin, John, 1957-1972
79 11 Halberstadt, Ernst, 1944-1972
79 12-13 Hardy, Tom, 1953-2006
(2 folders)
79 14-16 Hartell, John, 1944-1996
(3 folders)
79 17 Hartell, John (Estate), 1990-2006
79 18-19 Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, 1935-1980
(2 folders)
79 20 Heil, Joseph, 1984-2000
79 21-23 Heliker, John, 1941-1974
(3 folders)
79 24 Hoeschen, Louise, 1974-1998
Box Folder
80 1 Hoyt, Whitney, 1948-1981
80 2 Jones, E.P., 1946-1955
80 3 Keller, Henry and Albert, 1926-1967
80 4-5 Kienbusch, William, 1947-1980
(2 folders)
80 6-7 Koch, John, 1938-1968
(2 folders)
80 8 Krause, Glen, 1956-1974
80 9 La Hotan, Robert, 1964-1979
80 10 Laros, Fred, 1968-1985
80 11-12 Lasker, Joe, 1949-1989
(2 folders)
80 13 Laurent, John, 1953-1980
80 14-17 Lechay, James, 1953-2001
(4 folders)
80 18 Lechay, James (Estate), 1987, 2001-2002
80 19 Locke, Charles, 1934-1963
80 20 William MacBeth, Inc., 1931-1953
80 21-23 Manville, Elsie, 1956-1999
(3 folders)
Box Folder
81 1 McNulty, William, 1927-1966
81 2 Miller, Harriette G., 1930-1953
81 3 Miller, Hugh Conde, 1993-1995
81 4 Mitchell, Henry, 1952-1964
81 5 Morris, Carl, 1953-1993
81 6 Morris, Carl (Estate), 1986-2006
81 7 Moy, Seong, 1954-1959
81 8 Müller, Sigrun, 1974-1997
81 9 O'Sullivan, Daniel, 1973-2001
81 10-11 Penney, James, 1946-1982
(2 folders)
81 12-13 Penney, James (Estate), 1970-2005
(2 folders)
81 14 Quin, Langdon, 1991-2006
81 15 Raynes, Sidney, 1945-1965, 1990
81 16 Rickey, George, 1945-1963
81 17 Robinson, Boardman, 1941-1962
81 18 Robinson, Boardman (c/o Bartlett Robinson), 1942-1987
81 19 Rosen, Jane, 1995-2000
81 20 Rosenberg, Ross, 1995-2006
81 21-22 Ruellan, Andrée, 1941-2006
(2 folders)
81 23 Ryan, Anne (Estate of Thomas McFadden), 1948-1998
81 24-25 Scarvaglione, Concetta, and Estate of Concetta Scaravaglione, 1952-1996
(2 folders)
81 26-27 Schnakenberg, Henry, 1925-1970
(2 folders)
Box Folder
82 1-6 Schrag, Karl, 1944-1999
(6 folders)
82 7 Seley, Clara, 1957-1979
82 8 Siegel, Isabelle, 1981-2005
82 9-10 Sloan, John, 1916-1952
(2 folders)
82 11-14 Sloan, John (John Sloan Trust), 1914, 1951-1975
(4 folders)
82 15-16 Sloan, John (John Sloan Trust/Helen Farr Sloan Trust), 1966-1989
(2 folders)
82 17 Smalley, David, 1981-2006
82 18 Smith, Vernon, 1945-1963
82 19-20 Sokolowski, Linda, 1975-2006
(2 folders)
Box Folder
83 1 Sperry, Ann, 1997-2006
83 2 Strong, Jane Bouché [Louis Bouché], 1970-2006
83 3 Tompkins, Karen, 1993-2006
83 4 Train, Helen, 1943-1960, 1988
83 5 Vevers, Tabitha, 1990-2006
83 6-8 Wasey, Jane, 1947-1993
(3 folders)
83 9 Harold Weston Art Trust (Foundation), 1991-2006
83 10 Williams, Esther, 1934-1961
83 11 Witkins, Jerome, 1970-1985
83 12 Workman, David, 1997-2006
83 13 Young, Mahonri, 1935-1960
83 Outgoing Consignments and Loans,
83 14-15 A-Z, Miscellaneous, 1933-1949
(2 folders)
83 16-17 A, 1931-2004
(2 folders)
83 18 B, 1935-2004
83 19-20 C, 1931-2004
(2 folders)
83 21 D, 1933-2004
Box Folder
84 1 E, 1947-2004
84 2 F, 1927-2003
84 3 G, 1930-2004
84 4 H, 1933-2004
84 5 I, 1948-2001
84 6 J, 1947-2001
84 7 K, 1924-2004
84 8 L, 1935-2004
84 9 Lowy, 1947-2005
84 10-11 M, 1928-2005
(2 folders)
84 12 N, 1933-2004
84 13 O, 1938-2003
84 14 P, 1933-2004
84 15 Q, 1953-2004
84 16 R, 1929-1999
84 17-18 S, 1933-2004
(2 folders)
84 19 T, 1933-2004
84 20 U, 1952-2003
84 21 V, 1933-2001
84 22 W, 1931-2004
84 23 Y, 1952-2004
84 24 Z, 1954-2004

6.6: Photographic Materials, circa 1920s-2000s, undated

The bulk of the photographic materials are loose black and white photographs interspersed with scattered color photographs, negatives, transparencies, Polaroids, digital prints, exhibition catalogs and other printed materials, and one CD-R. There are also two boxes of negatives which were originally arranged separately, and three oversized albums with black and white photographs by photographer Peter A. Juley of works of art. Photographs in the albums include catalog numbers and are filed alphabetically by artists' last name. Images in this subseries are generally of works of art. Also found are scattered installation views and photographs of artists represented by Kraushaar Galleries from the mid-later years of the twentieth century.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by type of material, then alphabetically by the artist's last name. In folders, photographic prints are generally arranged alphabetically by the title of the work of art.

Box Folder
85 Negatives,
85 1 A-Ba, undated
85 2 Be-Bu, undated
85 3 C-D, undated
85 4 Dubin, Ralph, undated
85 5 Du Bois, Guy Pène, undated
85 6 F-G, undated
85 7 H, undated
85 8 Hardy, Tom, undated
85 9-10 J-L, undated
(2 folders)
85 11 Lasker, Joe, undated
85 12 Laurent, Robert, undated
85 13 M-O, undated
85 14 Manville, Elsie, undated
85 15 P-R, undated
85 16-17 Ruellan, Andrée, undated
(2 folders)
85 18-19 S, undated
(2 folders)
Box Folder
86 1-3 Schrag, Karl, undated
(3 folders)
86 4-7 Sloan, John, undated
(4 folders)
86 8 T, undated
86 9 W-Z, undated
86 10 Miscellaneous, undated
86 11-15 Unidentified, undated
(5 folders)
Box Folder
87 Photographs,
87 1-2 Albrizio, Humbert - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1969, undated
(2 folders)
87 3 Arnest, Bernard - Sold and Returned Artwork, undated
87 4 Atkins, Jerry, 1980s, undated
87 5-6 Bouché, Louis, 1985-1989, undated
(2 folders)
87 7 Bouché, Louis - Commissioned Works, 1920s-1940s
(Oversized material housed in Box 96, Folder 1)
87 8 Bourdele, Antoine, Monument Alvear, 1923
(Oversized material housed in Box 96, Folder 2)
87 9 Breunig, Karen, undated
87 10 Burke, Ainslie - Sold and Returned Artwork, undated
87 11 Callahan, Kenneth - Drawings, undated
87 12 Callahan, Kenneth - Etchings, undated
87 13-14 Callahan, Kenneth - Sold and Returned Artwork, 2002, undated
(2 folders)
87 15-16 Callahan, Kenneth - Untitled Artwork, circa 1970s, undated
(2 folders)
87 17 Cantine, David, undated
87 18-20 Cowles, Russell, undated
(3 folders)
87 21-22 Cowles, Russell - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1966, 2005, undated
(2 folders)
87 23-24 Cowles, Russell - Untitled Artwork and Printed Materials, 1950-1983, undated
(2 folders)
Box Folder
88 1 Dehner, Walt, undated
88 2-4 DeLonga, Leonard, 1960s-1980s, undated
(3 folders)
88 5-6 Evett, Kenneth - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1982, undated
(2 folders)
88 7 Fausett, Dean, undated
88 8 Feininger, Lyonel, undated
88 9 Forain, Jean Louis, 1923, undated
88 10 Frantz, Sali, undated
88 11 Gechtoff, Sonia - Returned Artwork, 1989, 1994, undated
88 12-13 Goldin, Leon - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1988, undated
(2 folders)
88 14 Guerin, John, 1964, undated
88 15 Hardy, Tom - Commissions, 1960s-1986, undated
88 16-18 Hardy, Tom - Sold Artwork, 1950s-1980s, undated
(3 folders)
88 19-20 Hartell, John - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1946-1989, undated
(2 folders)
88 21 Heil, Joseph, undated
88 22 Hoyt, Whitney, 1965, undated
88 23 Koch, John - Portraits, undated
88 24 Lahey, Richard, undated
88 25 Lasker, Joe - Returned Artwork, 2004, undated
88 26 Lasker, Joe - Sold and Given Away Artwork, 1989, 1993, undated
Box Folder
89 1 Lasker, Joe - Sold and Given Away Artwork, 1989, 1993, undated
89 2 Lechay, James - Returned Artwork, 1968, 1988-1989, undated
89 3 Legros, Alphonse, undated
89 4 Locke, Charles, undated
89 5 Manville, Elsie - Sold Artwork, 1988, undated
89 6 Meredith, Robert, 1990-1991
89 7 Mitchell, Henry - Sold Artwork, 1953, 1965, undated
89 8-9 Morris, Carl - Sold Artwork, 1965, undated
(2 folders)
89 10 Morris, Hilda, undated
89 11 Moss, Ben Frank, 1988, undated
89 12 O'Sullivan, Daniel, 1980s, undated
89 13 Penney, James - Artwork Given to Art Students League/In Ward Storage, undated
89 14-15 Penney, James - Sold and Returned Artwork, undated
(2 folders)
89 16-17 Robinson, Boardman, 1980s-1990s, undated
(2 folders)
89 18-19 Ruellan, Andrée - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1940s, 1989-1995, undated
(2 folders)
89 20 Scaravaglione, Concetta, 1978-2002, undated
89 21-22 Schnackenberg, Henry - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1946-1948, undated
(2 folders)
89 23 Schrag, Karl - Returned and Stored Artwork, 1990s, undated
89 24 Siegel, Isabelle, 1980s, undated
89 25 Smalley, David, 1980s-2001, undated
Box Folder
90 1 Sokolowski, Linda - Returned Artwork, 1989, undated
90 2 Sokolowski, Linda - Sold Artwork, undated
90 3 Sperry, Ann - Sold and Returned Artwork, circa 1980s-2000s, undated
90 4 Twachtman, John, undated
90 5 Vevers, Tabitha - Sold Artwork, 1990s-2003
(Includes 1 CD-R)
90 6 Wasey, Jane, 1970s-1980s, undated
90 7-8 Wasey, Jane - Sold Artwork, 1960s-1990s, undated
(2 folders)
Box Folder
91 1 Witkin, Jerome - Sold and Returned Artwork, 1970s, undated
91 2 Young, Mahonri, undated
91 3 Photograph Albums (Peter A. Juley), Works of Art by Artists A-Z, undated
(Oversized material housed in Boxes 96-98)
Box Folder
96 1 Bouché, Louis - Commissioned Works, 1920s-1940s
(Oversized material from Box 87, Folder 7)
96 2 Bourdele, Antoine, Monument Alvear, 1923
(Oversized material from Box 87, Folder 8)
96 3 Photograph Album (Peter A. Juley), Works of Art by Artists A-En, undated
(Oversized material from Box 91, Folder 3)
Box Folder
97 1 Photograph Album (Peter A. Juley), Works of Art by Artists Ep-Pr, undated
(Oversized material from Box 91, Folder 3)
Box Folder
98 1 Photograph Album (Peter A. Juley), Works of Art by Artists Pr-Z, undated
(Oversized material from Box 91, Folder 3)

6.7: Artwork, circa 1900s-1967, undated

Artwork contains a 1933 sketchbook by James Penney, and drawings, sketches, and 4 sketchbooks by Louis Bouché.

Box Folder
91 4 Drawings - Louis Bouché, circa 1900s-1920s, undated
(Oversized material housed in Box 99, Folders 1-2)
91 5-8 Sketchbooks - Louis Bouché, circa 1967, undated
(4 folders)
91 9 Sketchbook - James Penney, 1933
Box Folder
99 1 Drawings - Louis Bouché, undated
(Oversized material from Box 91, Folder 4)
99 2 Drawings - Louis Bouché, circa 1900s-1920s
(Oversized material from Box 91, Folder 4)

6.8: Scrapbooks, 1901-1929

This subseries contains two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, announcements, and other printed materials about the gallery and its artists. The scrapbooks are extremely fragile and friable; the scrapbook from 1901-1927 is closed to researchers due to preservation concerns.

Box Folder
99 3 Scrapbook, 1927-1929
Box Folder
BV100 1 Scrapbook, 1901-1927
(Closed to researchers)

Index: List of Kraushaar Galleries Exhibitions

The Archives of American Art does not hold a complete collection of catalogs from exhibitions held at Kraushaar Galleries; therefore the dates and titles of exhibitions provided in this appendix are inferred from a variety of sources including correspondence, notes, artists' files, and requests for advertising. Italics indicate that the exact title of an exhibition is known.

    Date
    Exhibition
    Jan., 1912
    Paintings by Gustave Courbet and Henri Fantin-Latour
    Apr., 1912
    Paintings by Frank Brangwyn and Henri Le Sidaner
    Jan., 1913
    Paintings by Ignacio Zuloaga
    May, 1913
    Etchings by Seymour Haden
    June, 1913
    Paintings and Lithographs by Henri Fantin-Latour
    Oct., 1913
    Etchings by Frank Brangwyn
    Jan., 1914
    Ignacio Zuloaga
    Mar., 1914
    Paintings by Alphonse Legros
    Apr., 1914
    George Luks
    May, 1914
    Seven Modern Masterpieces including Gustave Courbet, Henri Fantin-Latour, Alphonse Legros, Matthew Maris, and James McNeill Whistler
    undated, 1915
    Paintings by John Lavery
    Jan.-Feb., 1917
    James McNeill Whistler's White Girl
    Feb.-Mar., 1917
    Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar.-Apr., 1917
    Paintings and Etchings by John Sloan
    Summer, 1917
    Works by French artists including A. L. Bouche, Josef Israels, Gaston La Touche, and Alphonse Legros
    Oct., 1917
    Monoprints by Salvatore Antonio Guarino
    Nov., 1917
    Etchings and Mezzotints by Albany E. Howarth
    Jan., 1918
    Recent Paintings by John Lavery
    Jan.-Feb., 1918
    Paintings and Watercolors by George Luks
    Feb.-Mar., 1918
    Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar., 1918
    Paintings by John Sloan
    Apr.-May, 1918
    Paintings by A. L. Bouche
    May, 1918
    War Paintings by J. Mortimer Block, Charles S. Chapman, Guy Pène Du Bois, H. B. Fuller, George Luks, W. Ritschell, John Sloan, and Augustus Vincent Tack
    Oct., 1918
    Oil Paintings by William Scott Pyle
    Nov., 1918
    Paintings by Gustave Courbet, Henri Fantin-Latour, Alphonse Legros, Edouard Manet, Antoine Vollon, James McNeill Whistler, and Ignacio Zuloaga, and bronzes by Antoine Louis Bayre, Emile Antoine Bourdelle, and Mahonri Young
    Apr., 1919
    Paintings and Monoprints by Salvatore Anthonio Guarino
    Jan.-Feb., 1919
    Decorative Panels and Other Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar., 1919
    Paintings and Drawings by John Sloan
    May, 1919
    Paintings by George Luks, Monticelli, and A. P. Ryder
    Sept., 1919
    Work by Jean Louis Forain
    Oct., 1919
    Etchings and Lithographs by Alphonse Legros
    Jan., 1920
    Recent Paintings by George Luks
    Feb., 1920
    Recent Paintings by John Sloan
    Feb., 1920
    Paintings by William Scott Pyle
    Mar., 1920
    Recent Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Apr., 1920
    Recent Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Apr., 1920
    Paintings by Henri Le Sidaner
    Apr., 1920
    Paintings and Drawings by Jean Louis Forain
    Apr.-May, 1920
    Paintings and Drawings by Jerome Myers
    May, 1920
    Paintings by Henrietta M. Shore
    Jan., 1921
    Paintings by French and American Artists
    Jan.-Feb., 1921
    Paintings by George Luks
    Feb., 1921
    New Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Apr., 1921
    John Sloan Retrospective
    Summer, 1921
    French and American Artists
    Oct., 1921
    Paintings of Mountford Coolidge
    Oct., 1921
    Works by Henri Fantin-Latour and Henri Le Sidaner
    Nov., 1921
    Frank Van Vleet Tompkins
    Dec., 1921
    Paintings and Bronzes by Modern Masters of American and European Art
    Jan., 1922
    Exhibition of Recent Paintings and Watercolors by George Luks
    Feb., 1922
    Paintings by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar., 1922
    Paintings and Watercolors by Gifford Beal
    Apr., 1922
    Exhibition of Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Summer, 1922
    Paintings by Modern Masters of American and European Art
    Oct., 1922
    Recent Paintings of the Maine Coast by George Luks
    Jan., 1923
    Exhibition of Paintings by George Luks
    Feb., 1923
    Paintings and Decorative Panels by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar., 1923
    Landscapes by Will Shuster
    Mar., 1923
    Paintings by Samuel Halpert
    Apr., 1923
    Marine Figures and Landscapes by Gifford Beal
    Apr.-May, 1923
    Paintings by John Sloan
    May, 1923
    Paintings by Frank Van Vleet Tompkins
    June, 1923
    Etchings by Marius A. J. Bauer
    Oct., 1923
    American Watercolors by Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, and William Zorach
    Dec., 1923
    Etchings and Lithographs by Alphonse Legros
    Dec., 1923
    Paintings, Drawings, and Pastels by Charles Adolphe Bischoff
    Jan., 1924
    Paintings by Celebrated American Artists
    Mar., 1924
    Paintings and Drawings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Apr., 1924
    New Paintings by George Luks
    May, 1924
    Paintings by Marjorie Phillips
    Summer, 1924
    French and American Modern Artists
    Oct., 1924
    Painting, Watercolors, and Sculpture by William Zorach
    Nov., 1924
    Watercolors by Seven Americans
    Dec., 1924
    French Paintings
    Jan., 1925
    Paintings by John Sloan
    Jan.-Feb., 1925
    Maurice Prendergast Memorial Exhibition
    Mar., 1925
    Plans and Photographs of Work in Landscape Architecture by Charles Downing Lay
    Apr., 1925
    Paintings by William J. Glackens
    Dec., 1925
    Watercolors by Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Carl Broemel, Richard Lahey Jerome Myers, Maurice Prendergast, Henry E. Schnakenberg, Abraham Walkowitz, and William Zorach
    undated, 1926
    Lower Broadway by W. Walcot
    Feb., 1926
    Paintings by Paul Burlin
    Feb., 1926
    Portraits of Duncan Phillips, Esq. Charles B. Rogers, Esq. & The Hon. Elihu Root Painted by Augustus Vincent Tack
    Mar., 1926
    Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings by Gifford Beal
    Apr., 1926
    John Sloan
    Sept.-Oct., 1926
    Exhibition of Etchings by C. R. W. Nevinson
    Oct., 1926
    Drawings, Etchings, and Lithographs by Nineteenth-Century French Artists
    Oct., 1926
    Paintings and Drawings by Mathieu Verdilhan
    Dec., 1926
    Exhibition of Watercolors by Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Carl Broemel, Guy Pène Du Bois, Ernest Fiene, Samuel Halpert, Henry Keller, Louis Kronberg, Richard Lahey, Charles Lay, Jerome Myers, Maurice Prendergast, Henry
    Dec., 1926
    Schnakenberg, A. Walkowitz, Martha Walters, William Zorach
    Jan., 1927
    French Drawings and Prints
    Feb., 1927
    Paintings, Drawings, Etchings, and Lithographs by John Sloan
    Mar., 1927
    Gifford Beal
    Mar.-Apr., 1927
    Decorative Panels and Watercolors by Margarett Sargent
    Mar.-Apr., 1927
    Exhibition of Drawings and Lithographs of New York by Adriaan Lubbers
    Apr., 1927
    Paintings and Etchings by Walter Pach
    Apr.-May, 1927
    Paintings and Watercolors by Leopold Survage
    Apr.-May, 1927
    Etchings and Woodcuts by D. Galanis
    May, 1927
    Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Summer, 1927
    Paintings by American Artists
    Summer, 1927
    Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings by Georges Braque, Honoré Daumier, Edgar Degas, André Derain, Henri Fantin-Latour, Jean Louis Forain, Constantin Guys, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Edouard Manet, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Claude Monet, Morissot, Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, Odilon Redon, Segonzac, and Georges Seurat
    Oct.-Nov., 1927
    Exhibition of Etchings in Color by Bernard Boutet de Monvel
    Nov., 1927
    Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, Lithographs, and Watercolors by Ernest Fiene
    Dec., 1927
    Watercolors by American Artists including Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Carl Broemel, Charles Demuth, Guy Pène Du Bois, Ernest Fiene, Henry G. Keller, Richard Lahey, Charles Downing Lay, Howard Ashman Patterson, [Maurice] Prendergast, Henry E. Schnakenberg, Abraham Walkowitz, Frank Nelson Wilcox, and [William] Zorach
    Dec., 1927
    Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Dec., 1927
    Paintings, Sculpture, and Decorative Media by George Biddle
    Jan.-Feb., 1928
    Paintings by S. J. Peploe
    Feb., 1928
    Drawings by Henri Fantin-Latour
    Feb., 1928
    Pastels and Drawings by Margarett Sargent
    Feb., 1928
    Drawings for Balzac's Les Contes Drolatiques by Ralph Barton
    Feb.-Mar., 1928
    Sculpture by William Zorach
    Mar., 1928
    Recent Paintings by Marjorie Phillips
    Mar.-Apr., 1928
    Exhibition of Paintings by William Glackens
    Apr., 1928
    Paintings, Drawings and Lithographs by R. H. Sauter of London, England
    Oct., 1928
    Modern French Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings
    Oct.-Nov., 1928
    Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings, Etchings, and Lithographs by Richard Lahey
    Nov., 1928
    Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by J. D. Fergusson
    Nov.-Dec., 1928
    Paintings, Drawings and Etchings by Walter Pach
    Dec., 1928
    Paintings and Watercolors by Abraham Walkowitz
    Jan., 1929
    Exhibition of Paintings by Margarett Sargent
    Jan., 1929
    Watercolors by Rodin
    Jan.-Feb., 1929
    Exhibition of Sculpture by Arnold Geissbuhler
    Feb., 1929
    Paintings and Watercolors by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Feb.-Mar., 1929
    Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Mar., 1929
    Exhibition of Paintings by Adriaan Lubbers
    Mar.-Apr., 1929
    Exhibition of Etchings by Gifford Beal, Frank W. Benson, Childe Hassam, Kenneth Hayes Miller, and John Sloan
    Apr., 1929
    Exhibition of Paintings by Arnold Friedman
    Apr., 1929
    Sculpture by Harriette G. Miller
    May, 1929
    Paintings by Howard Ashman Patterson
    May, 1929
    Paintings by William Meyerowitz
    Oct., 1929
    Exhibition of Modern French Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings
    Nov., 1929
    Modern French and American Paintings, Watercolors, Prints, and Sculpture (at Gage Galleries in Cleveland)
    Jan., 1930
    Paintings by Paul Bartlett
    Feb., 1930
    Watercolors by Auguste Rodin
    Feb.-Mar., 1930
    Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Summer, 1930
    Paintings by American Artists
    Oct., 1930
    Paintings and Watercolors by Maurice Prendergast
    Nov., 1930
    Paintings by Ruth Jonas
    Nov., 1930
    Sculpture by Harriette G. Miller
    Jan., 1931
    Paintings and Watercolors by Richard Lahey
    Jan.-Feb., 1931
    Paintings by Erle Loran Johnson
    Feb.-Mar., 1931
    Paintings, Watercolors and Etchings by Gifford Beal
    Mar., 1931
    Paintings and Watercolors by Walter Pach
    Mar.-Apr., 1931
    Paintings, Drawings, and Etchings by Rudolf H. Sauter
    May, 1931
    Exhibition of Watercolors by John La Farge, Gifford Beal, H. E. Schnakenberg, Maurice Prendergast, Guy Pène Du Bois, Richard Lahey
    Fall, 1931
    Modern French Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings
    Dec., 1931
    Exhibition of Drawings and Watercolors by D. Y. Cameron, Joseph Gray, Henry Rushbury, Muirhead Bone, Edmund Blampied, Gwen John
    Dec., 1931
    Lithographs and Posters by H. de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Jan., 1932
    Watercolors by Pierre Brissaud
    Feb., 1932
    Paintings and Drawings by A. S. Baylinson
    Mar., 1932
    Watercolors and Pastels by French and American Artists
    Apr., 1932
    Paintings by Nan Watson
    May, 1932
    Sculpture by Behn, Bourdelle, Geissbuhler, Lachaise, Maillol, Miller, Nadelman, Renoir, Young, Zorach; Decorative Panels by Max Kuehne, and Charles Prendergast
    June-Aug., 1932
    Paintings and Watercolors by American Artists
    Oct.-Nov., 1932
    Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings by Various Artists
    Jan., 1933
    Paintings by Paul Bartlett
    Jan.-Feb., 1933
    Lithographs by Henri Fantin-Latour
    Feb., 1933
    Etchings of Dogs by Bert Cobb
    Feb.-Mar., 1933
    Paintings by American Artists
    Feb.-Apr., 1933
    Paintings by Contemporary Americans
    Apr., 1933
    Paintings by Maurice Prendergast
    Oct., 1933
    Exhibition of French Paintings, Watercolors, and Drawings
    Oct.-Nov., 1933
    Drawings by Emily W. Miles
    Oct.-Nov., 1933
    Exhibition of Etchings and Lithographs
    Nov., 1933
    Paintings and Watercolors by Henry E. Schnakenberg
    Dec., 1933
    Watercolors by Gifford Beal
    Jan., 1934
    Exhibition of Drawings by Denys Wortman for "Metropolitan Movies"
    Summer, 1934
    Paintings by Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Isabel Bishop, Ann Brockman, Preston Dickinson, Guy Pène Du Bois, William J. Glackens, Richard Lahey, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Harriette Miller, Maurice Prendergast, Henry E. Schnakenberg, and John Sloan
    Oct.-Nov., 1934
    Exhibition of Etchings and Lithographs
    Nov.-Dec., 1934
    Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Mar., 1935
    Complete Collection of Etchings by Mahonri Young
    July-Aug., 1935
    Paintings by American Artists including Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Ann Brockman, Guy Pène Du Bois, William J. Glackens, Max Kuehne, Richard Lahey, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Harriette G. Miller, Maurice Prendergast, Henry E. Schnakenberg, John Sloan, and Abraham Walkowitz
    Oct.-Nov., 1935
    Decorative Panels by Charles Prendergast
    Nov., 1935
    Exhibition of Paintings by H. E. Schnakenberg
    Mar., 1936
    Paintings by Louis Bouché
    Apr., 1936
    Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Oct.-Nov., 1936
    Loan Collection of French Paintings
    Dec., 1936
    Monotypes in Color by Maurice Prendergast
    Jan., 1937
    Recent Watercolors by H. E. Schnakenberg
    Jan., 1937
    Paintings of Flowers by William J. Glackens
    Feb., 1937
    Etchings by John Sloan
    Feb., 1937
    A Group of American Paintings
    Sept., 1937
    A Group of Paintings by Gifford Beal, Louis Bouché, Guy Pène Du Bois, William J. Glackens, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, Theodore Robinson, John Sloan, J. Alden Weir
    Oct.-Nov., 1937
    Decorative Panels by Charles Prendergast
    Dec., 1937
    American Watercolors
    Jan.-Feb., 1938
    Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Feb.-Mar., 1938
    Drawings by William Glackens, Guy Pène Du Bois, John Sloan, Denys Wortman
    Apr., 1938
    Paintings by Louis Bouché
    May, 1938
    Paintings and Pastels by Randall Davey
    Oct., 1938
    Selected Paintings by Modern French and American Artists
    Nov., 1938
    Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois from 1908 to 1938
    Nov., 1938
    Paintings and Sculpture by Harriette G. Miller
    Dec., 1938
    Watercolors by Prendergast, Keller, Demuth, Wilcox and Others
    Jan., 1939
    Paintings by H. H. Newton
    Oct., 1939
    French and American Paintings
    Oct.-Nov., 1939
    Drawings by William Glackens of Spanish-American War Scenes
    Nov., 1939
    Paintings and Watercolors by Russell Cowles
    Jan.-Feb., 1940
    Recent Paintings by Louis Bouché
    Feb.-Mar., 1940
    Paintings by Henry Schnakenberg
    Mar.-Apr., 1940
    Paintings by Maurice Prendergast
    Apr.-May, 1940
    Watercolors by Charles Kaeselau
    May-June, 1940
    A Group of Recent Paintings by Gifford Beal, Russell Cowles, John Koch, Henry Schnakenberg, Esther Williams, Louis Bouché, Guy Pène Du Bois, Harriette G. Miller, John Sloan, Edmund Yaghjian
    Oct., 1940
    Drawings by American Artists
    Nov., 1940
    Walt Dehner
    Mar., 1941
    John Koch
    May-June, 1941
    Watercolors and Small Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Oct.-Nov., 1941
    Recent Paintings by Russell Cowles
    Nov.-Dec., 1941
    Paintings and Watercolors by Henry E. Schnakenberg
    Dec., 1941
    Charles Prendergast
    Jan., 1942
    Paintings by Samuel Brecher
    Jan.-Feb., 1942
    Recent Paintings by Guy Pène Du Bois
    Mar.-Apr., 1942
    Recent Paintings by Louis Bouché
    Mar.-Apr., 1942
    Illustrations by Boardman Robinson Commissioned by the Limited Editions Club for Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon River Anthology"
    Dec., 1942
    Paintings from the Period of the Last War
    Feb., 1943
    Paintings and Watercolors by William Dean Fausett
    Mar., 1943
    Paintings by John Hartell
    May-July, 1943
    Watercolors by Contemporary American Artists
    Feb.-Mar., 1944
    Samuel Brecher
    Feb.-Mar., 1944
    Paintings, Gouaches, and Drawings by Andrée Ruellan
    Mar., 1944
    Vaughn Flannery
    Mar.-Apr., 1944
    Recent Paintings by Russell Cowles
    Apr.-May, 1944
    Recent Paintings by Louis Bouché
    May-June, 1944
    Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings and Watercolors by Henry G. Keller
    Oct., 1944
    Esther Williams
    Nov.-Dec., 1944
    Paintings and Watercolors of France by Maurice Prendergast
    Dec., 1944
    William J. Glackens Sixth Memorial Exhibition
    Dec., 1944
    Kraushaar Galleries Sixtieth Anniversary Exhibition of Paintings by William J. Glackens, Ernest Lawson, George Luks, Maurice Prendergast, and John Sloan
    Jan.-Feb., 1945
    Paintings by Gifford Beal
    Feb.-Mar., 1945
    Paintings by Andrée Ruellan
    Apr.-May, 1945
    Charles Locke
    May-June, 1945
    William Dean Fausett
    Oct., 1945
    Paintings by John Hartell
    Nov.-Dec., 1945
    Recent Watercolors by Marion Monks Chase
    Nov.-Dec., 1945
    Gouaches by Cecil Bell
    Dec., 1945
    Memorial Exhibition of Paintings and Watercolors by Ann Brockman
    undated, 1946
    Russell Cowles
    Jan.-Feb., 1946
    Richard Lahey
    Feb., 1946
    John Koch
    Feb.-Mar., 1946
    Paintings by Ernst Halberstadt
    Mar., 1946
    Paintings of Mexico and Guatemala by Henry E. Schnakenberg
    Mar., 1946
    Iver Rose
    Apr., 1946
    Louis Bouché
    Apr.-May, 1946
    Russell Cowles
    May-June, 1946
    Paintings by Bernard Arnest, Charles Harsanyi, Irving Katzenstein, Anna Licht, James Penney, Etienne Ret, and Vernon Smith
    Sept., 1946
    Retrospective Exhibition of the Work of Boardman Robinson
    Nov., 1946
    Guy Pène Du Bois
    Nov.-Dec., 1946
    William J. Glackens Eighth Memorial Exhibition
    Jan., 1947
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1947
    Sculpture by Robert Laurent
    Feb.-Mar., 1947
    Paintings by Iver Rose
    Feb.-Mar., 1947
    Recent Paintings by Vernon Smith
    Apr., 1947
    Charles Prendergast
    Apr., 1947
    Louis Bouché
    Apr.-May, 1947
    Esther Williams
    Oct.-Nov., 1947
    Anna Licht
    Nov., 1947
    William J. Glackens Ninth Memorial Exhibition, with Works by Lenna Glackens
    Mar., 1948
    Russell Cowles
    Apr.-May, 1948
    Bernard Arnest
    Aug.-Sept., 1948
    New York Paintings and Watercolors
    Oct.-Nov., 1948
    Kenneth Evett
    Nov.-Dec., 1948
    Watercolors and Pastels by Harriette G. Miller
    Jan.-Feb., 1949
    John Hartell
    Sept.-Oct., 1949
    Contemporary American Watercolors and Gouaches
    Oct., 1949
    Contemporary Paintings
    Jan., 1950
    Maurice Prendergast Retrospective of Oils and Watercolors
    Jan.-Feb., 1950
    James Penney
    Feb.-Mar., 1950
    Paintings by Karl Schrag
    Mar.-Apr., 1950
    Russell Cowles
    Jan.-Feb., 1951
    William Sommer
    Feb., 1951
    Prints and Drawings by Various Artists
    Feb., 1951
    Paintings by Louis Bouché
    Mar., 1951
    Kenneth Evett
    Apr.-May, 1951
    Paintings by Gallery Artists
    May-July, 1951
    Contemporary American Watercolors
    July-Aug., 1951
    Paintings on the Summer Theme
    Sept.-Oct., 1951
    Vaughn Flannery
    Oct.-Nov., 1951
    Recent Paintings by Gallery Artists
    Nov., 1951
    Paintings by John Koch
    Nov.-Dec., 1951
    Joe Lasker
    Dec., 1951
    Small Prints and Drawings
    Jan., 1952
    Recent Gouaches by William Kienbusch
    Jan., 1952
    John Sloan: Recent Etchings from 1944-1951, and Etchings and Drawings Selected from All Periods of His Career
    Feb.-Mar., 1952
    Andrée Ruellan
    Mar.-Apr., 1952
    Bernard Arnest
    Apr.-May, 1952
    Recent Sculpture by Robert Laurent
    May, 1952
    Recent Paintings by Contemporary American Artists
    May-June, 1952
    Watercolors by Joseph Barber, Edward Christiana, Walt Dehner, Sidney Eaton, Wray Manning, and Woldemar Neufeld
    July-Aug., 1952
    Color Prints (Woodcuts, Etchings, and Lithographs) by Eleanor Coen, Caroline Durieux, Max Kahn, Tom Lias, Woldemar Neufeld, James Penney, George Remaily, Ann Ryan, and Karl Schrag
    Nov., 1952
    Karl Schrag
    Dec., 1952-Jan. 1953
    Eight Oregon Artists
    Jan., 1953
    Charles Prendergast Memorial Exhibition
    Jan.-Feb., 1953
    John Hartell
    May, 1953
    John Heliker
    June, 1953
    Humbert Alberizio, Vaughn Flannery, William Kienbusch, George Rickey, Andrée Ruellan, and Karl Schrag
    Sept., 1953
    Works by Gifford Beal, Kenneth Evett, Tom Hardy, John Koch, and James Lechay
    Sept.-Oct., 1953
    Paintings by Glackens, Lawson, Prendergast, Sloan
    Oct.-Nov., 1953
    Paintings by E. Powis Jones
    Oct.-Nov., 1953
    Recent Works by John Koch
    Nov., 1953
    Kenneth Evett: Drawings from Greek Mythology
    Nov.-Dec., 1953
    Recent Metal Sculptures by Tom Hardy
    Nov.-Dec., 1953
    Pastels, Drawings and Prints by Peggy Bacon
    Nov.-Dec., 1953
    Recent Paintings by Ralph Dubin
    Feb.-Mar., 1954
    Russell Cowles
    Mar.-Apr., 1954
    James Penney
    Nov.-Dec., 1954
    Tom Hardy: Metal Sculptures
    Jan., 1955
    Mobiles, Machines, and Kinetic Sculpture by George Rickey
    Jan.-Feb., 1955
    James Lechay
    Feb., 1955
    Mobiles by George Rickey
    Feb.-Mar., 1955
    Drawings, Etchings, and Lithographs by John Sloan (with a selection of prints by artists whose work influenced him in his early years: Rembrandt, Hogarth, Goya, Rops, Daumier, Rowlandson and others, to mark the publication of John Sloan: A Painter's Life by Van Wyck Brooks)
    Mar.-Apr., 1955
    Jane Wasey
    Apr., 1955
    Recent Work by Joe Lasker
    May-June, 1955
    Sculpture and Drawings by Contemporary American Artists
    Jan., 1956
    Carl Morris
    Jan.-Feb., 1956
    John Laurent
    Feb.-Mar., 1956
    William Kienbusch
    Mar., 1956
    Andrée Ruellan
    Mar.-Apr., 1956
    Karl Schrag
    Apr.-May, 1956
    John Heliker
    May, 1956
    Monotypes by Maurice Prendergast
    Oct., 1956
    The Eight
    Jan.-Feb., 1957
    Paintings by John Hartell
    Apr., 1957
    James Penney
    Apr.-May, 1957
    John Heliker
    May-June, 1957
    Fourteen Painter-Printmakers (American Federation of Arts exhibition)
    June-July, 1957
    20th Century American Artists
    Nov., 1957
    William Glackens and His Friends (based on the book by Ira Glackens)
    Nov., 1957
    Marguerite Zorach
    Jan., 1958
    Gouches, Drawings and Small Glyphs by Ulfert Wilke
    Jan.-Feb., 1958
    Tom Hardy
    Feb.-Mar., 1958
    John Koch
    Feb.-Mar., 1958
    Still Life Exhibition with Works by William J. Glackens and Maurice Prendergast
    Feb.-Mar., 1958
    Cecil Bell
    Mar., 1958
    Karl Schrag
    Mar., 1958
    Carl Morris
    Mar.-Apr., 1958
    Louis Bouché
    Apr., 1958
    Paintings and Drawings by Joe Lasker
    Apr.-May, 1958
    Paintings and Drawings by Walter Feldman
    Apr.-May, 1958
    Sculpture by Henry Mitchell
    May-June, 1958
    Works in Casein and Gouache by Bernard Arnest, William Kienbusch, Carl Morris, and Karl Schrag
    July, 1958
    Still Life Paintings and Watercolors by American Artists
    Oct.-Nov., 1958
    Kenneth Evett
    Nov., 1958
    Elsie Manville
    Nov.-Dec., 1958
    John Laurent
    Jan., 1959
    Kinetic Sculpture by George Rickey
    Jan.-Feb., 1959
    Bernard Arnest
    Mar., 1959
    Karl Schrag
    Mar.-Apr., 1959
    Paintings by Joe Lasker
    Apr.-May, 1959
    Henry Mitchell
    Sept.-Oct., 1959
    Robert Searle
    Oct.-Nov., 1959
    Russell Cowles
    Nov., 1959
    Caseins and Paintings by William Kienbusch
    Dec., 1959
    Paintings by Vaughn Flannery
    Feb., 1960
    James Lechay
    Apr., 1960
    Landscapes by John Sloan
    Apr.-May, 1960
    John Guerin
    May-June, 1960
    Drawings and Small Sculpture by Gallery Artists
    Oct., 1960
    Ainslie Burke
    Oct.-Nov., 1960
    Leon Goldin
    Nov.-Dec., 1960
    Ulfert Wilke
    Jan., 1961
    Leonard DeLonga
    Jan., 1961
    Kenneth Evett
    Jan.-Feb., 1961
    Walter Feldman
    Feb.-Mar., 1961
    Watercolors and Pastels by Early Twentieth-Century American Artists
    Mar., 1961
    Paintings by Ralph Dubin
    Mar.-Apr., 1961
    James Penney
    Apr.-May, 1961
    John Koch
    June, 1961
    Works by Humbert Albrizio, Bernard Arnest, Cecil Bell, Louis Bouché, Ralph Dubin, Kenneth Evett, Walter Feldman, John Hartell, John Heliker, William Kienbusch, John Koch, Robert Laurent, James Lechay, Elsie Manville, Henry Mitchell, James Penney, George Rickey, Andrée Ruellan, Henry E. Schnakenberg, Karl Schrag, Jane Wasey, and Marguerite Zorach
    Sept., 1961
    Works by Contemporary Americans
    Oct., 1961
    George Rickey: Kinetic Sculpture
    Oct.-Nov., 1961
    Carl Morris
    Nov.-Dec., 1961
    Peggy Bacon
    Dec., 1961
    Selected Works by Twentieth-Century Americans
    Jan., 1962
    Polymer Resin and Sumi Ink Paintings by Kenneth Evett
    Jan.-Feb., 1962
    Louis Bouché
    Feb.-Mar., 1962
    Karl Schrag
    Mar., 1962
    Marguerite Zorach
    Apr., 1962
    John Laurent
    Apr.-May, 1962
    Sculpture by Tom Hardy
    May-June, 1962
    Drawings by Contemporary American Artists
    July-Aug., 1962
    Group Exhibitions - Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture by 20th Century American Artists
    Oct., 1962
    Bernard Arnest
    Feb., 1963
    William Kienbusch
    Feb.-Mar., 1963
    John Guerin
    Mar., 1963
    John Hartell
    Sept.-Oct., 1963
    Andrée Ruellan
    Oct.-Nov., 1963
    Ainslie Burke
    Nov., 1963
    Walter Feldman
    Dec., 1963
    Drawings by John Koch
    Dec., 1963
    Paintings by Contemporary Americans
    Jan., 1964
    Leonard DeLonga
    Jan.-Feb., 1964
    Joe Lasker
    Feb.-Mar., 1964
    Leon Goldin
    Mar., 1964
    Paintings by Ralph Dubin
    Apr., 1964
    Carl Morris
    Apr.-May, 1964
    Paintings and Drawings by John Heliker
    Oct.-Nov., 1964
    Louis Bouché
    Nov.-Dec., 1964
    Karl Schrag
    Dec., 1964
    Kenneth Evett
    Feb., 1965
    Russell Cowles
    Feb.-Mar., 1965
    James Lechay
    Mar.-Apr., 1965
    James Penney
    Apr.-May, 1965
    Gifford Beal
    Feb., 1966
    Dennis Leon
    Feb.-Mar., 1966
    Henry Schnakenberg
    Mar.-Apr., 1966
    John Hartell
    Apr., 1966
    Elsie Manville
    Oct., 1966
    Contrasts - Early and Late Works by Selected Contemporaries
    Oct.-Nov., 1966
    Tom Hardy
    Nov.-Dec., 1966
    Francis Chapin
    Dec., 1966-Jan., 1967
    Karl Schrag: Etchings and Lithographs
    Jan.-Feb., 1967
    Leonard DeLonga
    Feb.-Mar., 1967
    Carl Morris
    Mar.-Apr., 1967
    Ainslie Burke
    Apr.-May, 1967
    John Heliker: Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolors
    May-June, 1967
    William Glackens
    Oct., 1967
    Kenneth Callahan
    Oct.-Nov., 1967
    John Laurent
    Jan.-Feb., 1968
    Dennis Leon
    Feb.-Mar., 1968
    Robert La Hotan
    Apr., 1968
    John Guerin
    Apr.-May, 1968
    Leon Goldin
    Sept.-Oct., 1968
    Contemporary Sculpture and Drawings
    Oct.-Nov., 1968
    Karl Schrag
    Nov.-Dec., 1968
    James Lechay: Portraits and Landscapes
    Dec., 1968-Jan., 1969
    Group Exhibition
    Jan., 1969
    Elsie Manville
    Mar., 1969
    Kenneth Evett
    Apr.-May, 1969
    James Penney
    Sept.-Oct., 1969
    New Works by Contemporary Artists
    Oct.-Nov., 1969
    John Hartell: Exhibition
    Nov., 1969
    Peggy Bacon
    Dec., 1969
    Selected Examples by American Artists 1900-1930
    Jan., 1970
    Leonard DeLonga
    Feb., 1970
    Joe Lasker
    Mar., 1970
    Group Exhibition
    Mar.-Apr., 1970
    Dennis Leon
    Apr.-May, 1970
    Jerome Myers
    Oct.-Nov., 1970
    Tom Hardy
    Jan.-Feb., 1971
    Jane Wasey
    Mar.-Apr., 1971
    Kenneth Callahan
    Oct., 1971
    Ainslie Burke
    Nov.-Dec., 1971
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1972
    John Koch
    Mar.-Apr., 1972
    Robert La Hotan
    Apr.-May, 1972
    Leon Goldin
    May-June, 1972
    Selected Works by 20th Century Americans
    Sept.-Oct., 1972
    Gallery Collection: American Watercolors and Drawings
    Oct.-Nov., 1972
    John Hartell
    Nov.-Dec., 1972
    Peggy Bacon
    Dec., 1972
    20th Century Americans
    Jan., 1973
    Leonard DeLonga
    Feb., 1973
    Carl Morris
    Mar., 1973
    James Lechay
    Mar.-Apr., 1973
    Russell Cowles: Landscape Paintings
    Apr.-May, 1973
    Jerome Witkin
    May-June, 1973
    Kenneth Evett: Watercolors
    Oct.-Nov., 1973
    Kenneth Callahan
    Jan., 1974
    Joe Lasker
    Jan.-Feb., 1974
    Bernard Arnest
    Feb.-Mar., 1974
    Concetta Scaravaglione
    Oct., 1974
    Ainslie Burke
    Oct.-Nov., 1974
    James Penney
    Jan., 1975
    Tom Hardy
    Jan.-Feb., 1975
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1975
    Robert La Hotan
    Mar.-Apr., 1975
    William Kienbusch
    Apr., 1975
    Elsie Manville
    Apr.-May, 1975
    Gifford Beal
    Oct.-Nov., 1975
    John Hartell
    Nov., 1975
    Daniel O'Sullivan
    Mar., 1976
    Jerome Witkin
    May, 1976
    Linda Sokolowski
    Sept.-Oct., 1976
    Joe Lasker, Illustrations from Merry Ever After
    Oct., 1976
    Leonard DeLonga
    Nov.-Dec., 1976
    Kenneth Callahan
    Jan., 1977
    James Lechay
    Mar., 1977
    Karl Schrag
    Mar.-Apr., 1977
    David Cantine
    Oct.-Nov., 1977
    John Hartell
    Nov.-Dec., 1977
    Ainslie Burke
    Feb., 1978
    Robert La Hotan
    Apr., 1978
    Elsie Manville
    Oct., 1978
    Tom Hardy
    Oct.-Nov., 1978
    Jerome Witkin
    Jan.-Feb., 1979
    Joe Lasker
    Feb., 1979
    Kenneth Evett
    Feb.-Mar., 1979
    Karl Schrag
    Mar.-Apr., 1979
    Carl Morris
    Apr.-May, 1979
    Linda Sokolowski
    Oct.-Nov., 1979
    Daniel O'Sullivan
    Feb.-Mar., 1980
    Kenneth Callahan
    Mar., 1980
    Ainslie Burke
    Oct., 1980
    John Hartell
    Jan., 1981
    Leonard DeLonga
    Feb., 1981
    James Lechay
    Feb.-Mar., 1981
    Robert La Hotan
    Mar.-Apr., 1981
    Jerry Atkins
    Apr.-May, 1981
    Ben Frank Moss
    Jan.-Feb., 1982
    Jerome Witkin
    Feb.-Mar., 1982
    Elsie Manville
    Mar.-Apr., 1982
    Karl Schrag
    Apr.-May, 1982
    Linda Sokolowski
    May-June, 1982
    David Cantine
    Sept.-Oct., 1982
    Kenneth Callahan
    Oct.-Nov., 1982
    Joe Lasker
    Nov.-Dec., 1982
    Daniel O'Sullivan
    Jan.-Feb., 1983
    William Kienbusch: Memorial Exhibition
    Feb.-Mar., 1983
    Jerry Atkins
    Mar.-Apr., 1983
    John Hartell
    Apr.-May, 1983
    John Heliker
    May-June, 1983
    Kenneth Evett
    Oct., 1983
    Concetta Scaravaglione
    Oct.-Nov., 1983
    Ben Frank Moss
    Nov.-Dec., 1983
    Russell Cowles
    Dec., 1983-Jan., 1984
    20th Century Americans
    Jan.-Feb., 1984
    Marguerite Zorach: Paintings at Home and Abroad
    Feb.-Mar., 1984
    Robert La Hotan
    Mar., 1984
    David Smalley
    Apr., 1984
    Carl Morris
    May, 1984
    Karl Schrag
    July, 1984
    Drawings by 20th Century Americans
    July-Aug., 1984
    Collages and Drawings by Joseph Heil
    Aug.-Sept., 1984
    Drawings and Prints by Tom Hardy
    Sept.-Oct., 1984
    James Penney: Memorial Exhibition
    Oct.-Nov., 1984
    Paintings and Drawings by Leon Goldin
    Nov.-Dec., 1984
    Isabelle Siegel
    Dec., 1984-Jan., 1985
    Group Exhibition: Contemporary American Paintings and Sculpture
    Jan.-Feb., 1985
    James Lechay
    Feb.-Mar., 1985
    Ainslie Burke
    Mar., 1985
    Karen Breunig
    Apr., 1985
    Kenneth Callahan
    Oct., 1985
    Elsie Manville
    Oct.-Nov., 1985
    William Glackens
    Jan.-Feb., 1986
    Linda Sokolowski
    Feb.-Mar., 1986
    Jerry Atkins
    Apr.-May, 1986
    Jane Wasey
    Oct.-Nov., 1986
    John Hartell
    Nov.-Dec., 1986
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1987
    Kenneth Evett
    Apr.-May, 1987
    Ben Frank Moss
    May-June, 1987
    David Smalley
    Oct.-Nov., 1987
    Isabelle Siegel
    Feb.-Mar., 1988
    Karen Breunig
    Mar.-Apr., 1988
    Leon Goldin
    Sept.-Oct., 1988
    Elsie Manville
    Oct.-Nov., 1988
    James Lechay
    Jan.-Feb., 1989
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1989
    Linda Sokolowski
    Jan.-Feb., 1990
    Kenneth Callahan: Works of the Fifties
    Jan.-Feb., 1990
    Gifford Beal: Watercolors
    Mar., 1990
    Robert La Hotan: Recent Paintings
    Mar.-Apr., 1990
    Sonia Gechtoff: New Paintings
    May-June, 1990
    David Smalley: Recent Sculpture
    May-June, 1990
    Andrée Ruellan: Sixty Years of Drawing...
    Oct., 1990
    Isabelle Siegel
    Nov., 1990
    Leon Goldin
    Jan.-Feb., 1991
    Karl Schrag
    Feb.-Mar., 1991
    Joe Lasker
    Apr., 1991
    Ainslie Burke
    Nov.-Dec., 1991
    Linda Sokolowski: Oils, Collages, Monotypes
    Dec., 1991-Jan., 1992
    Elsie Manville: Small Works on Paper
    Mar., 1992
    Tabitha Vevers
    May-June, 1992
    Sonia Gechtoff
    Oct.-Nov., 1992
    James Lechay
    Nov.-Dec., 1992
    Karl Schrag
    Mar., 1993
    Leon Goldin: Works on Paper
    Apr.-May, 1993
    Robert La Hotan
    Oct., 1993
    David Smalley: Sculpture Inside and Out
    Oct., 1993
    Andrée Ruellan: Works on Paper 1920-1980
    Mar.-Apr., 1994
    Kenneth Evett: Travels: Themes and Variations (Watercolors of Italy, Greece, Arizona, Maine and California)
    Mar.-Apr., 1994
    Tabitha Vevers
    Oct.-Nov., 1994
    Linda Sokolowski
    Nov.-Dec., 1994
    Karl Schrag
    Jan.-Feb., 1995
    Langdon Quin
    Mar.-Apr., 1995
    Robert La Hotan
    Sept.-Oct., 1995
    Sonia Gechtoff
    Jan.-Feb., 1996
    Elsie Manville: Paintings and Works on Paper
    Oct.-Nov., 1996
    Karl Schrag: A Self Portrait Retrospective, 1940-1995
    Jan.-Feb., 1997
    Joe Lasker: Paintings and Watercolors
    Mar.-Apr., 1997
    Tabitha Vevers
    Oct.-Nov., 1997
    James Lechay
    Feb.-Mar., 1998
    Linda Sokolowski: Canyon Suite: Works from the Southwest
    Mar.-Apr., 1998
    Leon Goldin: Paintings on Paper
    Sept.-Oct., 1998
    Sonia Gechtoff: Mysteries in the Sphere
    Oct.-Nov., 1998
    Langdon Quin: Recent Paintings
    Nov.-Dec., 1998
    John Gill
    Jan.-Feb., 1999
    Robert La Hotan
    Feb.-Mar., 1999
    Ann Sperry: Where Is Your Heart
    Nov.-Dec., 1999
    Kathryn Wall
    Jan.-Feb., 2000
    Elsie Manville
    Sept.-Oct., 2000
    Joe Lasker
    Oct.-Nov., 2000
    James Lechay
    Oct.-Nov., 2000
    Tabitha Vevers
    May-June, 2001
    Kenneth Callahan: Drawings
    Dec., 2001-Jan., 2002
    Sur La Table: A Selection of Paintings and Works on Paper
    Jan.-Feb., 2002
    Karl Schrag: Theme and Variations II: The Meadow
    undated, 2003
    Ann Sperry
    Jan.-Feb., 2003
    Andrée Ruellan: Works on Paper from the 1920s and 1930s
    Oct.-Nov., 2003
    Joe Lasker: Muses and Amusements
    Nov.-Dec., 2003
    Tabitha Vevers
    Mar.-Apr., 2004
    Leon Goldin: Five Decades of Works on Paper
    May-July, 2004
    Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album
    Jan.-Feb., 2005
    John Gill: Ceramics
    Sept.-Oct., 2005
    Karl Schrag: The Painter of Bright Nights

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