Rockwell Kent papers, [circa 1840]-1993, bulk 1935-1961

A Finding Aid to the Rockwell Kent Papers, circa 1840-1993 , bulk 1935-1961, in the Archives of American Art, by Catherine Stover and Lisa Lynch

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Biographical Information

Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), an energetic and multitalented man, pursued many interests and careers during his very long and active life. At various times he was an architect, draftsman, carpenter, unskilled laborer, painter, illustrator, printmaker, commercial artist, designer, traveler/explorer, writer, professional lecturer, dairy farmer, and political activist.

While studying architecture at Columbia University, Kent enrolled in William Merritt Chase's summer school at Shinnecock Hills, Long Island. He then redirected his career ambitions toward painting and continued to study with Chase in New York. Kent spent a summer working and living with Abbott H. Thayer in Dublin, New Hampshire, and attended the New York School of Art, where Robert Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller were his teachers.

Critically and financially, Kent was a successful artist. He was very well known for his illustration work--particularly limited editions of the classics, bookplates, and Christmas cards. He was a prolific printmaker, and his prints and paintings were acquired by many major museums and private collectors. During the post-World War II era, Kent's political sympathies resulted in the loss of commissions, and his adherence to artistic conservatism and outspoken opposition to modern art led to disfavor within art circles. After many years of declining reputation in this country and unsuccessful attempts to find a home for the Kent Collection, Kent gave his unsold paintings--the majority of his oeuvre--to the Soviet Union, where he continued to be immensely popular.

An avid traveler, Kent was especially fascinated by remote, Arctic lands and often stayed for extended periods of time to paint, write, and become acquainted with the local inhabitants. Between 1918 and 1935, he wrote and illustrated several popular books about his experiences in Alaska, Tierra del Fuego, and Greenland. In the 1930s and 1940s, Kent was much in demand as a lecturer, making several nationwide tours under the management of a professional lecture bureau; he spoke mainly about his travels, but among his standard lectures were some on "art for the people."

In 1927, Kent purchased Asgaard Farm at AuSable Forks, New York, in the Adirondacks, where he lived for the remainder of his life, operating a modern dairy farm on a modest scale for many years.

As a young man, Kent met Rufus Weeks, became committed to social justice, and joined the Socialist Party. Throughout his life, he supported left-wing causes and was a member or officer of many organizations promoting world peace and harmonious relations with the Soviet Union, civil rights, civil liberties, antifascism, and organized labor. Kent was frequently featured as a celebrity sponsor or speaker at fund-raising events for these causes. In 1948, he ran unsuccessfully as the American Labor Party's candidate for Congress. Kent's unpopular political views eventually led to the dissolution of his dairy business, resulted in a summons to appear before the House Un-American Activities Committee, and prompted the U.S. State Department to deny him a passport, an action that subsequently was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kent wrote two autobiographies, This Is My Own (1940) and It's Me, O Lord (1955). In 1969, he was the subject of an oral history interview conducted by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art.

    Date
    Event
    1882
    born, Tarrytown, New York
    1887
    death of Rockwell Kent, Sr.
    1894-1896
    attended Cheshire Academy
    1895
    toured Europe with Aunt Jo
    1896
    attended Horace Mann School, New York City
    1900-1902
    studied architecture at Columbia University
    1900-1902
    attended William Merritt Chase's summer school, Shinnecock Hills, Long Island
    1903
    studied with William Merritt Chase, New York City
    1904
    first sale of a painting
    1904
    met Rufus Weeks and attended first Socialist meeting
    1905
    lived and worked with Abbott H. Thayer, Dublin, New Hampshire
    1905
    first painting trip to Monhegan Island, Maine
    1907
    first one-man show, Claussen Galleries, New York City
    1908
    marriage to Kathleen Whiting
    1908
    studied with Robert Henri
    1908
    joined Socialist Party
    1909
    birth of Rockwell, III
    1910
    ran Monhegan Summer School of Art
    1910
    first trip to Newfoundland
    1910
    helped to organize first Independent Exhibition
    1911
    birth of Kathleen
    1912
    moved to Winona, Minnesota
    1913
    birth of Clara
    1914
    settled in Newfoundland
    1915
    deported from Newfoundland
    1915
    birth of Barbara
    1917
    served as full-time organizer and administrator of Independent Exhibition
    1918-1919
    in Alaska with son Rocky
    1919
    purchased Egypt Farm, Arlington, Vermont
    1919
    incorporated self
    1920
    publication of Wilderness
    1920
    birth of Gordon
    1922
    traveled to Tierra del Fuego
    1924
    publication of Voyaging
    1925
    trip to France
    1925
    divorced from Kathleen
    1926
    marriage to Frances Lee
    1926
    traveled to Ireland
    1927
    purchased Asgaard Farm, AuSable, New York
    1927
    editor of Creative Art
    1927
    helped organize National Gallery of Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C.
    1929
    sailed to Greenland on Direction
    1930
    publication of N by E
    1932-1933
    returned to Greenland
    1934-1935
    final trip to Greenland
    1935
    publication of Salamina
    1936
    trip to Puerto Rico
    1937
    trip to Brazil
    1937-1938
    Post Office Department mural commission and controversy over Eskimo-language message interpreted as encouraging Puerto Rican independence
    1939
    divorced from Frances
    1939
    General Electric Co. mural commission for New York World's Fair
    1940
    publication of This Is My Own
    1940
    marriage to Shirley Johnstone (Sally)
    1942
    solo exhibition, Know and Defend America, at Wildenstein Galleries, New York City
    1946
    elected to Executive Committee of American Labor Party
    1948
    congressional candidate, American Labor Party
    1948
    transferred ownership of dairy to remaining employees after boycott resulting from support of Wallace for president
    1949
    attended World Congress for Peace, Paris
    1950-1958
    denied U.S. passport; lawsuit, appeals, and Supreme Court decision reinstating right to travel
    1953
    testified before House Un-American Activities Committee
    1955
    publication of It's Me, O Lord
    1958
    one-man show at Hermitage Museum, Leningrad
    1959
    publication of Of Men and Mountains
    1960
    gift of Kent Collection to Friendship House, Moscow
    1960
    exhibition at Pushkin Museum, Moscow
    1963
    publication of Greenland Journal
    1966
    elected to Academy of Arts of the USSR
    1967
    awarded Lenin Peace Prize, Moscow
    1969
    oral history interview, Archives of American Art
    1969
    home at Asgaard destroyed by fire; papers survived with some water and smoke damage
    1969
    first installment of Rockwell Kent Papers donated to Archives of American Art
    1971
    died, Plattsburgh, New York
    1971
    gift of additional Rockwell Kent Papers to Archives of American Art
    1979
    gift of textile samples to the Archives of American Art
    1996
    gift of additional Rockwell Kent Papers to Archives of American Art
    2000
    death of Sally [Shirley Johnstone] Kent Gorton
    2000
    previously sealed correspondence of wives Frances and Sally (Series 1) opened to researchers
    2001
    gift of additional Rockwell Kent papers to the Archives of American Art from the Estate of Sally Kent [Shirley Johnstone] Gorton

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Rockwell Kent papers measure 88 linear feet and date from circa 1840 to 1993 with the bulk of the collection dating from 1935 to 1961. The collection provides comprehensive coverage of Kent's career as a painter, illustrator, designer, writer, lecturer, traveler, political activist, and dairy farmer.

Circumstances surrounding the acquisition of the papers are highlighted in an article by Garnett McCoy ("The Rockwell Kent Papers," in the Archives of American Art Journal, 12, no. 1 [January 1972]: 1-9), recommended reading for researchers interested in the collection. The collection is remarkably complete, for in the mid 1920s Kent began keeping carbon copies of all outgoing letters, eventually employing a secretary (who became his third wife and continued her office duties for the remainder of Kent's life).

Series 1: Alphabetical Files contain Kent's personal and professional correspondence, along with business records of the dairy farm and associated enterprises; also included are printed matter on a wide variety of topics and promotional literature relating to organizations and causes of interest to him. Voluminous correspondence with his three wives, five children, and other relatives, as well as with literally hundreds of friends, both lifelong and of brief duration, illuminates Kent's private life and contributes to understanding of his complex character. Among the many correspondents of note are: his art teachers William Merritt Chase, Robert Henri, and Kenneth Hayes Miller; fellow artists Tom Cleland, Arthur B. Davies, James Fitzgerald, Hugo Gellert, Harry Gottleib, Marsden Hartley, Charles Keller, and Ruth Reeves; collectors Duncan Phillips and Dan Burne Jones; critics J. E. Chamberlain and Walter Pach; and dealers Charles Daniel, Felix Wildenstein, and Macbeth Galleries. Kent corresponded with such diverse people as Arctic explorers Peter Freuchen, Knud Rasmussen, and Vilhjalmar Steffanson; composer Carl Ruggles and songwriters Lee Hays and Pete Seeger; civil rights pioneers Paul Robeson and Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois; writers Bayard Boyesen, Scott and Helen Nearing, and Louis Untermeyer; and art historian and print curator Carl Zigrosser.

Kent's interest and involvement in the labor movement are reflected in correspondence with officials and members of a wide variety and large number of unions and related organizations, among them: the Farmers' Educational and Cooperative Union of America, Farmers' Union of the New York Milk Shed, International Workers Order, National Maritime Union, and United Office and Professional Workers of America. Of special interest is his participation, often in leadership roles, in various attempts to organize artists. Files on the American Artists' Congress, Artists League of America, The Artists Union, United American Artists, and United Scenic Artists contain particularly valuable material on the movement.

A supporter of New Deal efforts to aid artists, Kent was actively interested in the various programs and often was critical of their limitations; he advocated continuing federal aid to artists after the Depression abated. The Kent papers include correspondence with the Federal Arts Project, Federal Fine Arts Project, Federal Writers Project, and the War Department, as well as correspondence with the Citizens' Committee for Government Art Projects and President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the subject.

Kent's professional correspondence documents exhibitions, sales, consignments, and reproduction of prints and paintings. He kept meticulous records of his advertising commissions and illustration work. Detailed correspondence with publishers and printers indicates Kent's involvement in the technical aspects of production and provides a good overview of the publishing industry during the mid-twentieth century.

Business records of Asgaard Farm include records of the dairy and transfer of ownership to its employees, tax and employee information, and documents concerning several related business ventures such as distributor ships for grain, feed, and farm implements.

Series 2: Writings consists of notes, drafts, and completed manuscripts by Rockwell Kent, mainly articles, statements, speeches, poems, introductions, and reviews. The Kent Collection given to Friendship House, Moscow, in 1960, was augmented later by a set of his publications and the illustrated manuscripts of many of his monographs. Also included are a small number of manuscripts by other authors.

Series 3: Artwork consists mainly of drawings and sketches by Kent; also included are works on paper by other artists, many of whom are unidentified, and by children.

Series 4: Printed Matter consists of clippings, exhibition catalogs and announcements, brochures, broadsides, programs, and newsletters. These include items by and about Kent and his family, as well as articles written and/or illustrated by him, and reviews of his books. There is also material on a variety of subjects and causes of interest to him. Additional printed matter is included among the alphabetical files, mainly as attachments to correspondence.

Series 5: Miscellaneous includes biographical material, legal documents, and memorabilia. Artifacts received with papers include textile samples, a silk scarf, dinnerware, ice bucket, and rubber stamp, all featuring designs by Rockwell Kent. Also with this series are a variety of documents including a phrenological analysis of an ancestor, lists of supplies for expeditions, a hand-drawn map of an unidentified place, and technical notes regarding art materials and techniques.

Series 6: Photographs includes photographs of Kent, his family and friends, travel, and art number that over one thousand. Also included here are several albums of family and travel photographs.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into six series. Series 1 is arranged alphabetically. The arrangement of the remaining series is explained in each series description. Note that sealed materials that became available in 2000 were microfilmed separately on reels 5740-5741, but have integrated into this finding aid.

Subjects and Names

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

  • Art and war
  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- United States -- Political aspects
  • Authors -- New York
  • Commercial art
  • Dairy farms
  • Designers -- New York (State)
  • Federal aid to the arts
  • Illustration of books
  • Illustrators -- New York (State)
  • Labor unions
  • Mural painting and decoration
  • Painters -- New York (State)
  • Politics and culture
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Art and the war
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Civilian relief

Types of Materials:

  • Business records
  • Drawings
  • Photographs
  • Poems
  • Sketches
  • Works of art

Names:

  • Boyesen, Bayard
  • Cleland, T. M. (Thomas Maitland), 1880-1964
  • Chase, William Merritt, 1846-1916
  • Chamberlain, J. E.
  • Daniel, Charles, 1878-1971
  • Davies, Arthur B. (Arthur Bowen), 1862-1928
  • DuBois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1882-1945
  • Fitzgerald, James, 1899-1971
  • Freuchen, Peter, 1886-1957
  • Gellert, Hugo, 1892-1985
  • Gottlieb, Harry, 1895-
  • Hartley, Marsden, 1877-1943
  • Hays, Lee, 1914-1981
  • Henri, Robert, 1865-1929
  • Jones, Dan Burne
  • Keller, Charles, 1914-2006
  • Miller, Kenneth Hayes, 1876-1952
  • Nearing, Helen
  • Nearing, Scott, 1883-1977
  • Pach, Walter, 1883-1958
  • Phillips, Duncan, 1886-1966
  • Rasmussen, Knud, 1879-1933
  • Reeves, Ruth, 1892-1966
  • Robeson, Paul, 1898-1976
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
  • Ruggles, Carl, 1876-1971
  • Seeger, Pete, 1919-
  • Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, 1879-1962
  • Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977
  • Wildenstein, Felix
  • Zigrosser, Carl, 1891-
  • Artists' Union (New York, N.Y.)
  • Federal Art Project
  • Macbeth Gallery
  • United Scenic Artists
  • United American Artists
  • Artists League of America
  • United Office and Professional Workers of America
  • National Maritime Union of America
  • International Workers Order
  • Farmers Union of the New York Milk Shed
  • National Farmers' Union (U.S.)
  • Federal Writers' Project
  • Citizens' Committee for Government Arts Projects
  • American Artists' Congress

Provenance

In 1969, Rockwell Kent donated his papers to the Archives of American Art; textile samples were received in 1979, and his widow gave additional papers in 1971 and 1996. Letters to Rockwell Kent from wives Frances and Sally, sealed during Sally Kent Gorton's lifetime, became available for research after her death in 2000, and further material was donated to the Archives of American Art in 2001 by the Estate of Sally Kent [Shirley Johnstone] Gorton.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed by Catherine Stover and Lisa Lynch in 1998 and microfilmed on reels 5153-5256. Sealed materials that became available in 2000 were microfilmed separately on reels 5740-5741. Funding for the processing, microfilming, and publication of the finding aid was provided by The Henry Luce Foundation. The finding aid was modified during EAD conversion by Stephanie Ashley in 2002. In 2008, the microfilm was digitized with funding provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The microfilm of this collection has been digitized and is available online via AAA's website. Use of material not microfilmed or digitized requires an appointment.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Rockwell Kent papers are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

Available Formats

The microfilm of this collection was digitized in 2008 and is available via the Archives of American Art's website. Researchers should note that the legibility of some materials is poor due to the microfilm quality.

How to Cite this Collection

Rockwell Kent papers, circa 1840-1993, bulk 1935-1961. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Alphabetical Files, circa 1900-1971, undated
(Reels 5153-5249, 5256, 5740-5741)

This series contains Kent's personal and professional correspondence, along with business records of the dairy farm and associated enterprises; also included are printed matter on a wide variety of topics and promotional literature relating to organizations and causes of interest to him. Voluminous correspondence with his three wives, five children, and other relatives, as well as with literally hundreds of friends--both lifelong and of brief duration--illuminates Kent's private life and contributes to understanding of his complex character. Among the many correspondents of note are: his art teachers William Merritt Chase, Robert Henri, and Kenneth Hayes Miller; fellow artists Tom Cleland, Arthur B. Davies, James Fitzgerald, Hugo Gellert, Harry Gottleib, Marsden Hartley, Charles Keller, and Ruth Reeves; collectors Duncan Phillips and Dan Burne Jones; critics J. E. Chamberlain and Walter Pach; and dealers Charles Daniel, Felix Wildenstein, and Macbeth Galleries. Kent corresponded with such diverse people as Arctic explorers Peter Freuchen, Knud Rasmussen, and Vilhjalmar Steffanson; composer Carl Ruggles and songwriters Lee Hays and Pete Seeger; civil rights pioneers Paul Robeson and Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois; writers Bayard Boyesen, Scott and Helen Nearing, and Louis Untermeyer; and art historian and print curator Carl Zigrosser.

Kent's interest and involvement in the labor movement are reflected in correspondence with officials and members of a wide variety and large number of unions and related organizations, among them: the Farmers' Educational and Cooperative Union of America, Farmers' Union of the New York Milk Shed, International Workers Order, National Maritime Union, and United Office and Professional Workers of America. Of special interest is his participation, often in leadership roles, in various attempts to organize artists. Files on the American Artists' Congress, Artists League of America, The Artists Union, United American Artists, and United Scenic Artists contain particularly valuable material on the movement.

A supporter of New Deal efforts to aid artists, Kent was actively interested in the various programs and often was critical of their limitations; he advocated continuing federal aid to artists after the Depression abated. The Kent Papers include correspondence with the Federal Arts Project, Federal Fine Arts Project, Federal Writers' Project, and the War Department, as well as correspondence with the Citizens' Committee for Government Art Projects and President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the subject.

Kent's professional correspondence documents exhibitions, sales, consignments, and reproduction of prints and paintings. He kept meticulous records of his advertising commissions and illustration work. Detailed correspondence with publishers and printers indicates Kent's involvement in the technical aspects of production and provides a good overview of the publishing industry during the mid-twentieth century.

Business records of Asgaard Farm include records of the dairy and transfer of ownership to its employees, tax and employee information, and documents concerning several related business ventures such as distributorships for grain, feed, and farm implements.

Letters to Rockwell Kent from wives Frances and Sally (Shirley Johnstone), sealed during Sally's lifetime, became available for research in 2000 and were microfilmed later on reels 5740-5741.

File titles are, in most cases, those used by Rockwell and Sally Kent, with some minor changes for consistency. The Kents' filing system included a "Miscellaneous" designation for each letter of the alphabet, used for single items or small quantities not requiring separate folders. To facilitate access and for ease of microfilm use, contents of the miscellaneous folders have been interfiled in sequence.

Material is arranged alphabetically, usually by the name of the individual or organization represented, though some file titles represent subjects or occasions (e.g., "Spanish Causes" and "Birthday").

Records are arranged chronologically within each file; brief summaries are provided for many titles, usually where there is a significant amount of material. Cross-referencing is supplied where possible to indicate areas of overlap, inconsistencies in filing, or name changes; references are to other file titles within this series.

The bulk of this series has been digitized. Material of very specialized or limited interest (e.g. banking records, dairy immunization records, employee tax records, dog licenses etc.) has not been digitized.

Reel Frames
5153 3-77 Abbe, George and Barbara, 1958-1970
(concerning book jacket design for his novel, and request for help in finding a teaching position)
5153 78-80 Abbott and Cobb, 1947
5153 81-85 Abbott, William Morris, 1961
5153 86-88 Abercrombie & Fitch Co., 1946
5153 89-93 Abercrombie, Frederick S., 1943
5153 94-96 Aberdeen Book Company, 1944
5153 97-99 Abraham & Straus, 1952
5153 100-112 Abraham Lincoln Brigade (see also: Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade), 1941-1943
5153 113-116 Abraham Lincoln High School, 1942
5153 117-124 Abraham Lincoln School, 1944
5153 125-129 Abrahamson, Ben (Argus Book Shop), 1954
5153 130-136 Abroad, 1959
(correspondence with travel agent arranging trip to Europe)
5153 137-151 A. C. A. Gallery, 1940-1944
(includes first issue of A. C. A. Art Letter)
5153 152-219 Academy of the Arts of the U.S.S.R., 1962-1970
5153 220-223 Acker, Rikki (Mrs. Edward S. Acker), undated
5153 224-226 Adamic, Mr., 1948
5153 227-231 Adams, Mrs. J. M., 1962
5153 232-252 Adams, Josephine Truslow, 1941
(regarding her dismissal from the Art Department of Swarthmore College, presumably for supporting liberal causes)
5153 253-263 Adams, Margaret, 1965-1966
5153 264-266 Adamson, J. M., undated
5153 267-270 Addison, Wilfred J., 1945
5153 271-408 Addresses Book, A-Z, 2 Alphabets (see also: Notes, Addresses, Phone Calls, etc.), circa 1930s-1940s
5153 409-490 Addresses, Miscellaneous (see also: Notes, Addresses, Phone Calls, etc.), circa 1930s-1940s
5153 491-494 Adelson Galleries, Inc., 1967
5153 495-500 Adirondack Moose River Committee, 1946
5153 501-508 Adirondack Mountain Club, 1946
5153 509-511 The Adirondack Museum, 1969
5153 512-514 The Adirondack Record, 1945
5153 515-517 Adirondack Wilderness Committee, 1944
5153 518-865 Adler, Elmer (see also: American Institute of Graphic Arts, La Casa del Libro - The Colophon, and Pynson Printers Incorporated), 1926, 1940-1949, 1954-1963
(correspondence concerning the founding of Princeton Print Club, activities and acquisitions, invitations to events, negotiations with Kent to produce the club's annual print; Adler's collection of Kent prints; advice to Kent on planning a trip to Puerto Rico; bookplate designs; design for Tripler, Co.; Adler's obituary, with clippings about La Casa del Libro, a typographical library in Puerto Rico established by Adler)
5153 866-868 The Adomatic Man, undated
5153 869-871 Advance, 1941
5153 872-875 Advance Glove Manufacturing Co., 1952
5153 876-881 Advertising Mobilization Committee, 1942
5153 882-982 After Long Years, 1968-1969
5153 983-998 Agar, William and Alida, 1948-1951
(about Paul Robeson; genocide petition)
5153 999-1002 Aid to Russia Fund, 1944
5153 1003-1005 Air France, 1950
5153 1006-1085 Air Mail Stamps, 1952-1953
(concerns rubber stamp designed by Kent)
5153 1086-1209 Air Transport Association, 1943-1945, undated
(concerning mural commission, with information about the design, progress reports, and the technical details of installation by Harry Frachtenberg, with photographs and clippings)
5153 1210-1236 Air Transport Association, Photographs and Clippings, 1943-1945, undated
5153 1237-1240 Al Alk, F. M., 1942
5153 1241-1244 Alameda County Industrial Union Council, 1941
5153 1245-1247 Alanson, Mr., 1942
5153 1248-1399 Alaskan Development, 1940
(Senate Bill S.3566 to provide for the settlement and development of Alaska, with related clippings, news releases, and transcript of committee hearings)
5153 1400-1402 Albany Institute of History and Art, 1941
5153 1403-1407 Albertson, William, 1942
5153 Albright Art Gallery (see: Buffalo Fine Arts Academy and Albright Art Gallery)
5153 1408-1420 Alcoa Aluminum Job, 1948
(advertising copy, photograph, and photostat of Kent design)
5153 unfilmed Alejos, Elidea Pinto (see also: Foster Parents' Plan), 1940-1944
(letters and drawings from foster child sponsored by the Kents)
5153 1423-1434 Alexander, Claude H., 1943-1957
5153 1435-1506 Alexander, Gross W. (see also American Russian Institute), 1959-1965
(about illustrations for his book, A Message to the American People [under the aegis of the Inter-Religious Committee for World Order and Peace], including a disagreement over adapting Michelangelo's Creation of Adam; health advice, with information about Kent's visit to a geriatric institute in Bucharest)
Reel Frames
5154 2-8 Alfalfa Hill, 1941
5154 9-14 Alfred, Helen (Peace Publications), 1958-1959
5154 15-17 Alfred University, 1947
5154 24-28 All American Dinner and Bazaar, 1941
5154 18-23 All-American Editions, Inc., 1941
5154 29-83 Allen, Arthur S. and Family (see also: Greenland), 1915, 1927-1930, 1942, undated
(family news; comments on Kent's book illustrations; commissions for advertising work; travel; color consulting)
5154 84-173 Allen, Charles R., Jr., 1955-1968
(family news; peace petition and fund raising for Committee to Prevent World War III)
5154 174-180 Allen, Jerome R., Jr., 1942, 1948
5154 181-250 Allen, Luther, 1956-1957
(correspondence with a fan and beginning collector, with discussion of specific works, travel, and politics)
5154 251-276 Allen, Ralph B., 1933-1937
(about illustrations for Allen's translations of Icelandic sagas)
5154 277-320 Alley & Richards, Co., 1941-1942
(commission to illustrate U.S. Pipe and Foundry ads, with samples of previous ads)
5154 322-324 Alliance Book Corporation, 1941
5154 325-327 Allied Voters Against Coudert, 1942
5154 328-332 Almanac Singers, 1941
5154 333-337 Altland, Mrs. Frank J., 1957
5154 338-341 B. Altman & Co., 1931, 1951
5154 342-350 Altman, J., 1959
5154 351-358 Altschul, Arthur, 1941
5154 359-361 Amalgamated Lace Workers of America, 1941
5154 362-365 The Amateur Comedy Club, Inc., 1942
5154 366-370 America First Committee, 1940
5154 371-385 The American Academy of Arts and Letters and The National Institute of Arts and Letters (see also: National Institute of Arts and Letters), 1940, 1966-1968
5154 386-392 The American Academy of Political and Social Science, undated
5154 393-396 American Advertising Artists and Illustrators, Joint Ethics Committee, 1945
5154 397-460 American Advertising Guild, 1941-1942
(includes information about Advertising for Victory conference and membership; newsletters and announcements of activities)
5154 461-470 American Airlines, Inc., 1942-1949
(concerning reservations)
5154 471-475 American Alliance of Christians and Jews to Safeguard Tolerance, 1940
5154 476-479 American Art Research Council, 1943
5154 480-504 American Artists Co., 1930
(about Hupmobile advertising campaign)
5154 505-742 American Artists' Congress, 1935-1942, undated
(general mailings and printed matter about the Congress, bylaws and reports; arrangements for speakers, with copy of Kent's address, and letter to Margaret Bourke-White with summary of what Kent intended to say in their joint radio broadcast, "Should Artists Organize?"; notification of election to executive board; Kent's statement on Metropolitan Museum of Art's trade relations with Germany; exhibitions sponsored by AAC; Spanish Civil War; see also Artists League of America, and The Artists Union)
5154 743-1235 American Artists Group, Inc. (Carl Zigrosser and Samuel Golden; see also: Zigrosser, Carl), 1935-1956
(accounting and payment of royalties; commission to design AAG logo; plans for publication of limited editions; plans for Quarterly and proposals for articles; civil rights; printing of political pamphlets; Kent's autobiography; discontinuation of Kent card line due to his political affiliations)
5154 1236-1271 American Artists School, Inc., 1936-1941
5154 1272-1275 American Association for the Tuberculous, 1941
5154 1276-1300 American Bible Society, 1938-1946
(proposal for Kent-illustrated edition of the Bible; plan for training international statesmen)
5154 1301-1317 American Binder Company, 1942
(concerning commission to design window shade decorations)
5154 1318-1341 The American Book Collector, 1963-1966
5154 1342-1350 American British Art Center, 1941-1942
(promotional literature)
5154 1351-1353 American Broadcasting Company, 1957
5154 1354-1356 American Cancer Society, Inc., 1947
5154 1357-1364 American Car and Foundry Co., 1941
(certificate of award from Art Directors Club for advertisement illustrated by Kent; correspondence concerning reproduction permission; see also: Calkins & Holden)
5154 1365-1380 American Cigarette and Cigar Company, 1938-1939
(request for Kent to endorse Pall Mall cigarettes and the aesthetic merits of their packaging)
5154 1381-1403 American Civil Liberties Union, 1940-1941
(printed matter)
5154 1404-1446 American College Society of Print Collectors, 1934-1937
(arrangements for Kent prints to be produced for the society; brochure about the society)
5154 1447-1452 American Color Print Society, 1940-1941
5154 1453-1455 American Committee for Defense of British Homes, 1940
5154 1456-1542 American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom, 1939-1945
(Kent on the role of the artist in a democracy; printed matter)
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5155 3-17 American Committee for Friendship with the Soviet Union, 1940
(printed matter)
5155 18-176 American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1937-1945
(invitations to speak; orders for annual award medal designed by Kent; printed matter)
5155 177-183 American Committee for Spanish Freedom (see also: Spanish Causes), 1945
5155 184-192 American Committee for Yugoslav Relief, Inc., 1945-1946
5155 193-197 American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists, Inc., 1945
5155 198-202 American Committee to Save Anti-Fascist Refugees, 1940
5155 203-205 American Committee to Save Refugees, 1921
5155 206-213 American Communications Association, C.I.O., 1942
5155 214-217 American Congress for Peace and Democracy, 1938
5155 218-221 American Council of Learned Societies, 1939
5155 222-256 American Council on Soviet Relations, 1940-1942
(invitation to speak; printed matter)
5155 257-277 American Federation of Teachers, 1940-1941
(about dismissal of Pennsylvania teachers who signed nominating petitions for Communist Party candidates)
5155 278-283 American Forestry Association, 1940
5155 284-296 American Forests, 1965
5155 297-300 American Friends of Czecho-Slovakia, 1940
5155 301-305 American Friends of Danish Freedom and Democracy, undated
5155 306-312 American Friends of the Chinese People, 1940-1941
(request for Artists Union support)
5155 313-316 American Friends of the Mexican People, 1940
5155 317-320 The American Guardian, 1940
5155 321-341 American Guild for German Cultural Freedom (see also: Heilbut, Ivan), 1940
(concerns sponsorship of German writer, Ivan Heilbut, for immigration to the U.S.)
5155 342-344 American Guild of Variety Artists, 1940
5155 345-348 American Institute for Economic Research, 1940
5155 349-351 American Institute for Marxist Studies, 1966
5155 352-367 American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1940-1941
(about its book auction; dinner in honor of Elmer Adler and speech by Kent at that event)
5155 368-376 American Jersey Cattle Club, 1940-1945
5155 377-382 American Jewish Alliance, 1940
5155 383-953 American Labor Party (see also: Annual Labor Bazaar; Campaign, 1946; and Third Party), 1939-1950, undated
(party registration list for Essex Co., N.Y., printed matter, reports, petitions, campaign literature for candidates at all levels; correspondence concerning meeting arrangements and art exhibitions, Kent art work for journal, fund raising, and yearbook; Kent's opinion on the timeliness of a third party in Essex Co., plans to run for Congress, and invitations to speak)
5155 American League Against War and Fascism (see: Radical Groups--Fascism)
5155 954-1138 American League for Peace and Democracy (see also: Rotary Club), 1938-1939, undated
(about Kent designs; invitation to speak; discussion of the group's position on issues and request for endorsement; Carnegie Institute's refusal to permit use of lecture room; minutes of national board)
5155 1139-1144 American League to Abolish Capital Punishment, 1940
5155 1145-1155 American Legion, undated
(printed matter)
5155 1156-1163 American Library Association, 1941
(transcript of Kent's address to its convention)
5155 1164-1207 American Library of Color Slides, 1941-1942
(concerns arrangements to produce slides of Kent's work; sample catalogs)
5155 1208-1210 American Life Convention, 1947
5155 1211-1218 American Merchant Marine, 1938, 1942
(inquiry about commissioning a poster)
5155 1219-1236 American National Committee of Engraving Incorporated (John Taylor Arms; see also: Arms, John Taylor), 1940-1941
(membership invitation, report, information about exhibitions)
5155 1237-1239 American Notes & Queries, 1941
5155 1240-1246 American ORT Federation, 1941
(request for endorsement from United American Artists)
5155 1247-1497 American Peace Crusade, 1950-1953, undated
(includes printed matter, reports, invitations to speak, and letters from Kent to President Truman about clemency for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg)
Reel Frames
5156 3-116 American Peace Mobilization and American Peace Mobilization Committee to Defend America by Keeping Out of War, 1940-1941
(correspondence about emblem and Christmas card for the group, invitation to speak, and request for Kent's endorsement; printed matter)
5156 117-124 American Photograph Corporation, 1959-1960
5156 125-129 American Platform Guild, 1942
(invitation)
5156 130-147 American Polar Society, 1940-1942
(printed matter)
5156 148-154 American Red Cross, 1941-1942
(correspondence concerning reproduction permission)
5156 155-157 American Reedcraft Corp., 1940
5156 158-311 American Rescue Ship Mission, 1940-1941, undated
(request for Kent to donate painting for art sale benefiting the organization, and invitation to speak; printed matter)
5156 312-340 American Russian Cultural Association, Inc., 1942-1945
(invitation to speak; printed matter)
5156 341-707 American Russian Institute, Inc. (see also: Alexander, Gross W.), 1942-1969
(correspondence about Kent's exhibition in the USSR; endorsement of the organization; speaking engagements; Kent trip to Moscow to attend bureau meeting; peace seals designed by Kent; reports on various conferences, meetings, and events; leadership of the organization; Kent's autobiography; designs for cards; printed matter)
5156 708-724 The American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1940-1941
(invitation to write an article about Greenland)
5156 725-727 The American School of Design, 1939
5156 728-733 The American Socialist, 1957
5156 734-738 American Society for Aesthetics, 1941
(promotional literature)
5156 739-769 American Student Union, 1940-1941
(invitation to speak; information about its antiwar activities)
5156 770-783 American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1931, 1933
(about Kent's sketches for phone book covers)
5156 784-789 American Tobacco Company, 1946
(printed matter concerning CIO strike against the company)
5156 790-792 American Women's Voluntary Services, Inc., 1942
(invitation to enter poster exhibition)
5156 793-835 American Youth Congress, 1937-1940
(invitation to speak and serve on its board; printed matter)
5156 836-850 American Youth for a Free World, 1943-1946
(request for magazine cover design; printed matter)
5156 851-864 Ames, Bee, 1952-1953
5156 865-867 Amirault, L. M., 1947
5156 868-871 Anderson, Doug, 1965
5156 872-915 Anderson, John and Mavoureen, 1941-1966
5156 916-949 Andrews, Charlie, 1941-1961
5156 950-1030 Andrews, Robert Armstrong, 1953, 1961-1963
(correspondence about McCarthyism and Lattimore case; news of mutual friends; race relations; Kent's writings)
5156 1031-1060 Andrews, Sperry, 1967-1971, undated
5156 1061-1249 Angell, George and Ruth, 1964-1970
5156 1250-1253 Angelos Restaurant, 1951
5156 1254-1259 Annin & Co., 1945
5156 1260-1263 Annual Labor Bazaar (see also: American Labor Party), 1955
5156 1264-1353 Anti-Nazi (General), 1938-1939, undated
(printed matter, notes, and correspondence on the subject)
5156 1354-1433 Antioch Bookplate Company, 1942-1970
(correspondence about Kent bookplate and calendar designs, Quaker antiwar activities, and Kent's travels; royalty reports)
5156 1434-1439 The Antioch Press, 1963-1965
5156 1440-1577 Appeals for Financial Support (see also: Causes (all entries); Charities; Contributions; Free Work; Gifts, Helpees, etc.; and organizations by name), 1940-1949
(printed matter and correspondence from a variety of of labor, civil liberties, civil rights, peace, social service, religious, and medical research groups)
Reel Frames
5157 4-108 Appeals for Financial Support, cont.
5157 109-200 Appendicitis, 1949
(get-well cards and letters)
5157 201-205 Applequist, Arnold, 1941
5157 206-249 Archangelsky, Victor, 1967-1969
5157 250-254 Archer, William H., 1951
5157 255-358 Archives, 1963-1974
(correspondence with universities and libraries about the disposition of Kent's personal papers)
5157 359-392 Archives of American Art (see also: Interviews), 1959, 1969-1970
(concerns Kent's personal papers)
5157 393-400 Arctic Institute of North America, 1948, 1963, 1969
5157 401-404 Ardmore Printing Co., 1941
5157 405-495 Arens, Egmont, and Camille David (see also: Calkins & Holden), 1920-1965
(correspondence about royalties; how to distill alcohol; copyright problems with Kent's Casanova illustrations)
5157 496-498 Argosy Bookstore, 1943
5157 499-501 Arkwell, Mrs., 1952
5157 502-505 Armenian Progressive League of America, 1941
5157 506-508 Armenian War Relief, 1942
5157 509-605 Armitage, Merle, 1925-1963
(correspondence with collector about bookplates and Kent-illustrated books; text of speech by Armitage on "The Aristocracy of Art")
5157 606-619 Arms, John Taylor (see also: American National Committee of Engraving Incorporated), 1944-1955
(correspondence about Kent's reasons for not wishing to participate in Artists for Victory Exhibition and why paintings rather than prints should represent him at this point in his career; gift of Kent print to Arms; congratulations to Kent on his election to National Academy of Design; letter of condolence to Dorothy Arms; Kent to Society of American Artists regarding contribution of a print to the John Taylor Arms Memorial Collection)
5157 620-637 Arnold, Henrietta and Leslie, 1942, 1945
5157 638-642 Arnold, Thurman, 1941, 1951
5157 643-645 Art Alliance of America, Inc., 1925
5157 646-649 The Art Appreciation Movement, 1942
5157 650-697 Art Book Guild of America, Inc., 1950-1951
(about Kent design for the guild's logo; opinions of books sent for critique; advertisements)
5157 698-717 The Art Digest, Inc., 1926
5157 718-743 Art Directors Club, 1928-1929, 1946-1947
(arrangement for exhibitions; request for Kent to write foreword to its annual exhibition catalog)
5157 744-747 Art Directory, Inc., 1948
5157 748-777 Art Gallery of Toronto, 1933-1934
(correspondence about Kent exhibition and lecture; purchase of a print and painting by the museum)
5157 778-810 Art In War, 1942
(printed matter on the subject issued by a variety of organizations)
5157 811-829 Art Institute of Chicago (see also: Chicago Art Institute), 1927-1928, 1938, 1941
(invitation to participate in annual exhibition and to speak; sale of painting)
5157 830-840 Art Movement, Inc., 1942
5157 841-843 Art News, 1958
5157 Art Reference Bureau (see: E. T. Howard Company)
5157 844-850 The Art Students League of New York, 1926, 1943-1944
5157 851-854 Artist Associates, 1943
5157 855-857 Artists Committee for the President's Birthday, 1944
5157 858-865 Artists' Conference of the Americas, 1939
(notification of election to chairmanship; printed matter)
5157 866-869 Artists Coordination Committee, 1941
5157 870-904 Artists Equity Association, 1947-1959, 1965, undated
(mainly printed matter, including: constitution and bylaws, report of first regular membership meeting, and membership lists; also, letter from Kent in response to the question "What is a professional artist?" and charges by Kent that TB Society Christmas Seals program treats artists unfairly)
Reel Frames
5158 3-149 Artists Equity Association cont., 1947-1959, 1965, undated
5158 150-154 Artists for Russia, 1942
5158 155-188 Artists for Victory, Inc., undated, 1942-1944
(printed matter regarding membership, exhibitions, and other activities)
5158 189-193 Artists Front to Win the War, 1935-1938
5158 194-216 Artists Guild, Inc., 1935-1938
(about book illustrations and publishers; discussion of need for fair practices standards in the industry)
5158 217-364 Artists in Defense, 1941-1944, undated
(correspondence with a variety of organizations about poster designs, speaking engagements, and endorsements; printed matter regarding exhibitions and competitions)
5158 365-1163 Artists League of America (see also: American Artists' Congress; and The Artists Union), 1942-1949, undated
(correspondence with Philip Evergood, Harry Gottleib, Charles Keller, Lynd Ward, and other officers of ALA about: exhibitions; Kent's catalog introductions and articles for the newsletter; typography; criticisms of organization of WPA Federal Arts section; ALA's Victory Workshop; unions; artists' rights, particularly copyright and reproduction rights; discussion of ALA programs, publications, and organizational problems; Young Artists League; national politics; and printed matter, including publications of various ALA chapters)
5158 unfilmed Artists' Supplies, 1931-1966, undated
(correspondence, invoices, etc., relating to the purchase of supplies; brochures, advertisements, and samples)
5158 1165-1225 The Artists Union (see also: American Artists' Congress; Artists League of America; and Seckar, Alvena), 1936-1938, undated
(includes: invitations to speak; letters from chapters detailing their plans and activities; Kent's ideas about how to organize the union's hierarchy; appeal by Kent for the support in his dispute with U.S. government over its right to alter his mural; printed matter)
5158 1226-1236 Artkino Pictures Inc., 1959-1961
(correspondence concerning ordering a copy of its film about Kent exhibition in Moscow)
5158 1237-1240 Arts & Decoration, 1919
5158 1241-1245 The Arts Bureau of Gartner and Bender, Inc., 1946
5158 1246-1248 Arts Council of Japanese Americans for Democracy, undated
5158 1249-1392 Asgaard Dairy Case, 1948-1949, undated
(concerns boycott of Kent's dairy due to his support of Henry Wallace for president; includes letters canceling orders, clippings, legal papers transferring ownership to remaining employees, and letters of support)
5158 1393-1395 Ashley, Julia, 1941
5158 1396-1398 Ashworth, John, 1945
5158 1399-1519 Assade, Liuba (see also: Solov, Liuba), 1962-1971
5158 1520-1574 Associated American Artists, Inc., 1941-1947, 1953, 1969-1970
(concerns exhibitions, sales, and commissions)
Reel Frames
5159 3-92 Associated American Artists, Inc., cont.
5159 Associated Gallery of Art (see: Bruck, Lorraine)
5159 93-109 Associated Magazine Contributors, Inc., 1946
5159 110-114 Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc., 1956
5159 115-117 Astor, Mme., 1936
5159 118-120 Atkins, Arthur, 1956
5159 121-1281 Attorneys, 1940-1970
(correspondence with Leonard Boudin and other lawyers concerning personal, professional, and dairy business, including: divorce from Frances, settling disputes with publishers and other clients, warnings about libelous passages in his writings, daughter Kathleen's problems collecting alimony and child support payments, taxes, estate of mother, real estate transactions, Kent's will and estate planning, visa and passport applications)
5159 unfilmed Auerbach, Pollak & Richardson, 1950-1953
(correspondence and statements regarding investments)
5159 1283-1291 August, Charles, 1914-1915
5159 1292-1415 AuSable Branch of the Delaware and Hudson Railroad Corp. Lawsuit (see also: Train), 1930
(correspondence, legal documents, and printed matter about preventing discontinuation of passenger service)
5159 1416-1422 AuSable Valley Telephone Company, Inc., 1947-1952
5159 1423-1425 Authors League of America, 1944
5159 1426-1561 Autobiography (It's Me, O Lord; see also: It's Me, O Lord; and This Is My Own), 1953-1958
(correspondence with publishers, research letters, arrangements for illustrations, 1953-1953; also, fan mail, 1955-1958)
Reel Frames
5160 3-193 Autobiography (It's Me, O Lord), cont.
5160 194-237 Avery, Anne (see also: Kent, Sarah Holgate), 1941-1961, 1966
(correspondence with companion of Sarah Holgate Kent [mother])
5160 238-253 Avery, George E., 1937-1941
5160 254-258 Avery, Terry, 1969
5160 259-261 Axelrod, Betty, 1957
5160 262-268 Axelsen, A. B., 1956-1957
5160 269-441 N. W. Ayer & Son, 1926-1930, 1945-1946, 1951-1952
(orders for commercial work with comments on sketches; invitations)
5160 442-523 Aymar, Gordon C., 1928-1949
(request to write introduction to his book about advertising illustration; also concerns Kent illustration for other books edited by Aymar)
5160 524-531 A, Unidentified
(C. W. A., undated; J. H. G. A., 1959)
5160 532-540 Bacon, Betty, 1953-1961
5160 541-546 Bacon, Prall Grant (Mrs. Marshal L. Bacon), 1954
5160 547-550 Bailey, Frank, 1944
5160 551-555 Baily, Harold James, 1944
5160 556-558 Bajalia, Mrs. Albert, 1945
5160 559-561 G. A. Baker & Co., Inc., 1926
5160 562-564 Baker, Keith, 1941
5160 565-567 Balch Autograph Collection (Albert S. Balch), undated
5160 568-570 Baldwin, C. B., 1951
5160 571-581 Baldwin, Henry T., 1946-1953
5160 582-585 Baldwin, Leon C., 1948
5160 586-601 Balk, Christina and Robert, undated, 1949-1956
5160 602-702 Balken, Nick (Edward), 1955-1960
(correspondence about travel to the USSR and exhibition there; Kent family news)
5160 729-734 Balkovic, Zlatko, 1945
5160 703-725 P. Ballantine & Sons, 1943-1951
5160 726-728 The Ballaton Journal, 1954
5160 735-737 The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1941
5160 738-741 Bamer, Delbert, 1946
5160 742-753 Bancroft, Bert, 1951-1956
5160 754-1055 Banff, Canada, 1952-1968, undated
(plans and arrangements for 1952 trip; correspondence with friends about family news; comments on Kent's work; information about McCarthy investigations; printed matter on the region and Banff School of Fine Arts; see also: Reed, Gordon and Kate)
5160 1056-1062 Bangor Public Library, 1949
5160 unfilmed Bang's Disease Test (Cattle), 1940-1945
5160 1065-1068 Banker, Carl, 1943
5160 1069-1073 Banker, Grace, 1940-1941
5160 unfilmed Banks, 1925, 1944-1965
(farm account and personal banking records)
5160 1074-1187 Bannister, Estrid (see also: Good, Estrid), 1934-1963, undated
(correspondence about translation of Salamina into Danish; death of Salamina [Fleicher Moller]; Salamina Fund; family news; Kent on McCathyism)
5160 1188-1192 Bannister, Geoffrey, 1954-1955
5160 1193-1195 Barbizon Plaza Hotel, 1943
5160 1196-1202 Barlow, Samuel M. and Ernesta, 1941
5160 1203-1206 Barlowe, Jerry C., 1961
5160 1207-1210 Barnard & Simons Co., Inc., 1945
5160 1211-1215 A. S. Barnes & Company, 1949
5160 1216-1219 Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1963
5160 1220-1222 Barnes, Julius H., 1945
5160 1223-1227 Barnett, Lincoln, 1968
5160 1228-1259 Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, 1936-1937
(correspondence concerning arrangements for Kent's Barnwell Address at Central High School, Philadelphia, with a transcript of his talk, "Art Is for Everyone")
5160 1260-1297 Baroody, Jamil, 1944-1947
5160 1298-1458 Barr, Norman and Louise, 1943-1947
(correspondence about: Artists League of America, World War II, Kent family news; news of Norman Barr in the service, through his mother, Louise)
5160 1459-1462 Barrett Art Gallery, 1947
5160 1463-1467 Barrette, Clifton A., 1969
5160 1468-1474 Barringer, Laura Graham, 1948
5160 1475-1507 Barrows, Alice, undated, 1941-1950
5160 1508-1559 Barth, Lawrence, 1946-1947
(correspondence about Barth's writings on American culture and the use of psychology in political work, with copies of his articles)
Reel Frames
5161 3-22 Barth, Lawrence, cont.
5161 23-32 Bartlett, Bob, 1915
5161 33-36 Bartlett, Mary J., undated
5161 37-40 Barton, Eleanor, undated
5161 41-59 Barton, Lyman G. and Ethel, 1954-1957, 1963-1968
5161 60-65 Barton, Philip B., 1951, 1961
5161 66-113 Bartz, Fred, 1956-1971
5161 114-162 Bassett, Norman and Sally (see also: Demco Library Supplies), 1962-1968
5161 163-165 Ted Bates Incorporated, 1943
5161 166-169 Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborne, 1946
(about advertising work)
5161 170-172 Bauerberg, Dr. Paul J., undated
5161 173-250 Baugild, Mary and Albert, 1946-1970
(correspondence about mutual friends and Kent collectors in the Chicago area; Kent's autobiography)
5161 251-255 Baum, Marjorie Jane, 1947
5161 256-259 Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai, 1950-1951
5161 260-262 Baxter, Mr., 1922
5161 263-270 Bayer, Minna, 1965-1966
5161 271-273 A. G. Beaman Agency, Limited, 1936
5161 274-279 Bean, Lawrence W., 1941, 1947
5161 280-283 Bech, George, 1940
5161 284-287 Beck, John H., 1960
5161 288-292 Beck, Mrs. L. V., 1959
5161 293-320 Beck, Torben, 1938-1939
5161 321-492 Becker, Jim and Frances, 1952-1970, undated
5161 493-509 Becker, Maurice, 1955-1960
(correspondence concerning the house Kent built for his mother on Monhegan Island, Maine; request for information about getting Becker's paintings included in the Art of Today Collection (Friendship House, Moscow))
5161 510-551 Bedacht, Max, 1947-1968, undated
(correspondence about the 1948 presidential election and the need for a functioning Socialist Party in the U.S.; Kent's trip to the USSR)
5161 552-555 Beechepies, Marie, 1949
5161 556-558 Beecher, John, 1941
5161 559-568 Belfrage, Mary and Cedric, 1962-1965
5161 569-572 Belknap, Cyril, 1946
5161 573-575 Bell, John A., 1946
5161 576-586 Bell, William and Helen, 1942-1943
5161 587-591 Bemelman, Ludwig, 1941-1942
5161 592-597 Bendix, Hans, 1941
5161 598-664 Benezech, Monique and Jean, n.d, 1952-1970
(correspondence including: Kent's views on the 1952 presidential election and the state of civil liberties in the U.S.; also, family news and Kent's struggle to obtain a passport)
5161 665-667 Benham, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, 1941
5161 668-670 Bennett College, 1966
5161 671-676 Bennett, Melba, 1939
5161 677-680 Bennington Drama Festival, 1946
5161 681-825 Benton & Bowles, Inc. (see also: Gerard, Sanford (Jerry), 1945-1947
(concerning advertising illustrations for bituminous coal clients)
5161 826-849 Benton, Charles, 1957-1966
5161 850-873 Benton, William, 1957-1965
5161 874-877 Berkshire School, 1965
5161 878-881 Bernal, Professor, 1959, 1963
5161 882-974 Berney, Matilda and Leon (Bernie), 1948-1970
(correspondence about Kent's autobiography, passport case, 1956 presidential election, exhibition in the USSR, and Moscow travel plans)
5161 975-990 Bernhard, Lucian, 1966-1969
5161 991-1004 Bernstein, Burt and Ellen, 1969-1970
5161 1005-1010 Bernstein, Irene, 1960
5161 1011-1013 Bernstein, Violet (Mrs. Irving D. Bernstein), 1949
5161 1014-1016 Berry, Frederick F., 1959
5161 1017-1022 Beseler Lantern Slide Company, 1941
5161 1023-1031 Bessemer, Auriel, 1941, 1968
5161 1032-1040 Bessie, Alvah, 1942-1953
5161 1041-1048 Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 1941
5161 1049-1052 Bettelheim, Ralph W., 1939
5161 1053-1058 Beverly Hills Library, 1941
5161 1059-1061 The Bezalel National Museum, 1954
5161 1062-1068 Biberman, Ed, 1953, 1963
5161 1069-1131 Biberman, Herbert, and Gale Sondergaard (see also: Sondergaard, Gale), 1961-1965
5161 1132-1160 Bibliographers, 1938-1941
(requests for information about Kent and his published works)
5161 1161-1303 Bibliography, The Works of Rockwell Kent, 1930
(includes: correspondence, lists of individuals and institutions owning Kent work, bibliography of books illustrated and/or written by Kent, invitation list, miscellaneous documents, and manuscript)
5161 1304-1307 Bickford, Arthur J., 1953
5161 1308-1311 Biddle, Fran, 1964
5161 1312-1330 Biddle, George, 1955-1956
(correspondence about reviews by Biddle and others of Kent's autobiography)
5161 1331-1333 Bigelow, M. W., 1969
5161 unfilmed Bills (see also: Paid Bills), 1945-1947
(invoices, mainly for dairy equipment)
5161 unfilmed Bills (U.S. House of Representatives)
(printed matter)
5161 1336-1339 Bingham, J. Fred, 1925
5161 1340-1348 Biographical Encyclopedia of the World, 1941-1942
5161 1349-1351 The Biosophical Institute, 1939
5161 1352-1399 Birchman, Willis, 1941-1947, undated
(fan mail and correspondence about Art Young)
5161 1400-1404 Birnbaum, Martin, 1919, 1922
5161 1405-1584 Birthday, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1959-1970
(greeting cards, letters and telegrams of congratulation, clippings, and replies from Kent)
Reel Frames
5162 3-691 Birthday, cont.
5162 692-694 Bittner-Galland, 1938
5162 697-782 Bjarnason, Paul and Dora, 1958-1967
(correspondence about Kent's exhibition and trip to Moscow; other travels)
5162 783-842 Black, Ruby (see also: Federal Fine Arts Department), 1937-1939
(correspondence regarding plans to replace Kent's Puerto Rican mural; also, printed matter concerning proposed Bureau of Fine Arts and the Puerto Rican needlework industry)
5162 843-850 Blackford, John C., 1941
5162 851-874 Blair, Martha, 1935
(correspondence and legal papers concerning Blair's lease of a house from Kent)
5162 875-1106 Bligh, Thea, 1951-1965
(correspondence about passport case, exhibition in the USSR and travel plans; also, family news and international politics)
5162 1107-1110 Blitzstein, Marc, 1947
5162 1111-1117 Block, Gordon A., Jr., 1938
5162 1118-1122 Blodgett, Rev. F. P., 1941
5162 1123-1151 Bloom, A. Morton, 1945
(about World War II, and family news)
5162 1152-1167 Bloom, Bessie, 1956
(about her book on Harry Dexter White)
5162 1168-1226 Charles Bloom, Inc., 1950-1951, 1954
(regarding textile designs)
5162 1227-1233 Bloomenthal, Aleck, 1965-1966
5162 1234-1240 Bloomfield, Marilyn, 1948-1949
5162 1241-1243 Bloor, Mother Ella Reeve, 1951
5162 1244-1284 Blowitz, Gertrude, 1952
5162 1285-1288 Blue, Genevieve, undated
5162 1289-1320 Blue Ribbon Books, 1936-1937, 1941
(regarding book jacket designs)
5162 1321-1327 Blum, A. Coleman, 1945
5162 1328-1331 Blum, Jerome, 1921
5162 1332-1334 Boardman, Mrs., 1942
5162 1335-1338 Boas, Franz, 1941
5162 1339-1446 Boehm, Otto and Paula, 1925-1939
5162 1447-1463 Bofman, Albert, 1957-1959, 1967
5162 1464-1473 Boissevain, Anne, 1943-1947
5162 1474-1478 Bola, Ronald J., 1960
5162 1479-1482 Bolen, James, 1941
5162 1483-1537 Bolotnikov, Nikita, 1965-1968
5162 1538-1565 Albert and Charles Boni, Inc. (see also: Creative Art), 1928-1930
(correspondence concerning book illustration and design, commission for Kent-designed bookends)
Reel Frames
5163 2-23 Albert and Charles Boni, Inc. (see also: Creative Art), 1930-1938
5163 24-33 Bonittas, Myrta, 1955, undated
5163 34-37 Bonsel, Frederick A., 1948
5163 38-86 Book and Magazine Union (Book and Magazine Guild), 1940-1944
(regarding fund-raising and war relief efforts)
5163 87-90 The Book & Print Shop, 1957
5163 91-93 Book Club of America, 1944
5163 94-130 Book Find Club, Inc., 1943-1944
(printed matter about club and request for Kent to design its logo)
5163 131-134 The Book Mobilization, 1942
5163 135-156 Book-of-the-Month-Club, 1936-1938, 1946
(about commission to illustrate membership prospectus)
5163 157-160 The Book Service Company, 1942
5163 161-238 Bookfinders, 1964-1971
5163 239-843 Bookplate Clients, 1938-1962, undated
(correspondence about designs for individuals and libraries, with some samples; see also: Jobs)
5163 844-855 Bookplates, 1969-1970
(correspondence and inquiries)
5163 856-904 Bookplates by Others, 1940-1953, undated
(letters from collectors requesting exchanges; samples)
5163 905-929 Books, 1969
(correspondence with publishers; book orders, mainly for Wilderness)
5163 930-945 Borressen, Peter and family, 1931, 1933
5163 946-948 Bosley, Homer, 1950
5163 949-952 Boss, Homer, 1956
(notice of memorial retrospective exhibition at Museum of New Mexico)
5163 953-956 The Boston Antique Shop, 1946
5163 957-960 Boston Art Club, 1919
5163 961-964 The Boston Herald, 1941
5163 965-967 Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1933
5163 968-995 Boudin, Jean (Mrs. Leonard Boudin), 1962-1968
5163 996-1036 Boudin, Kathy, 1961-1969
5163 Boudin, Leonard B. (see: Attorneys)
5163 1038-1127 Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 1968-1972
(correspondence concerning exhibition; appraisal of Kent Estate)
5163 1128-1131 Boyer, Frank, 1947
5163 1132-1134 Boyer, Richard C., 1949
5163 1135-1423 Boyesen, Bayard and Priscilla, 1910-1921, 1935-1945, 1962
(correspondence about reviews of Salamina; Kent's advice about agents and publishers, with critiques of Boyesen's autobiography and plays; Kent's political activities and Boyesen's experiences in Communist Party; Boyesen Estate)
5163 1424-1432 Boynton, Mary Fuertes, 1950
5163 1433-1443 Brace, Don and Ida, 1949-1954
5163 1444-1448 Bradshaw, Laurence and Eileen, 1965
5163 1449-1451 Bragg Brothers, 1947
5163 1452-1456 Bragman, Naomi, 1949
5163 1457-1571 Brasol, Boris and Maurice Leon, undated, 1939-1941
(printed matter about Brasol's association with Leon and their influence on Henry Ford's anti-Semitic and fascist ideas; also Nazi propaganda)
Reel Frames
5164 2-27 Brasol, Boris and Maurice Leon, cont.
5164 28-64 Brassner, Julius, 1956
(regarding designs for glassware gift items)
5164 65-76 Bray, Harry, 1946, 1955-1956
5164 77-307 Brazil, 1937-1938
(report on 1937 trip with Jerome Davis, representing the National Committee for People's Rights and the Joint Committee for the Defense of the Brazilian People, including: correspondence about the trip, notes, draft, and report; printed matter, including clippings, and transcripts of speech in Brazilian Senate; miscellaneous items concerning politics in Brazil)
5164 308-318 Brentano's, 1944-1950
(book orders)
5164 319-321 Brewer & Lord Insurance, 1948
5164 322-431 Brewer & Warren, Inc., 1930-1931
(regarding publication, promotion, and translation of N by E; contracts; see also: Putnam, George P.)
5164 432-434 Brewing Industry Foundation, 1943
5164 435-694 Brewster, O. Byron, 1927-1953
(correspondence about family; marriage of Kathleen Kent; estate of Phelps Smith; forest preservation; personal legal business, including deeds and dairy license)
5164 695-975 Bridges, Harry, 1940-1961
(includes form letters and other printed matter from Citizens Committee for Harry Bridges, Harry Bridges Defense Committee, and Harry Bridges Victory Committee; letters from Kent to public officials protesting impending deportation of Bridges; letters from Kent to Bridges about the outcome of the case and the importance of patronage to living artists)
5164 976-1037 Briehl, Walter and Marie, 1958-1967
(correspondence concerning the Briehl's upcoming trip to the USSR, with requests for Kent's advice)
5164 1038-1041 Bright, Marjorie, 1943
5164 1042-1045 Brin, Mabel, 1968
5164 1046-1053 Brinton, Christian, 1919
5164 1054-1059 British War Relief Society, 1941
5164 1060-1062 Broadcast Measurement Bureau Incorporated, 1946
5164 1063-1066 Brock, T., 1943
5164 1067-1069 Joseph R. Brodsky Memorial Committee, 1949
5164 1070-1105 The Brooklyn Museum and The Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1927-1929
(about reproduction permissions; gift to the museum; lecture; Kent's views on artists' rights over reproduction of their work; see also: United American Printmakers vs. Brooklyn Museum)
5164 1106-1108 Brooks, Gladys, 1963
5164 1109-1193 Browder, Earl, undated, 1936, 1941-1956
(form letters and printed matter from Committee to Free Earl Browder; letters from Kent to public officials and friends requesting support for Browder; see also: Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor)
5164 1194-1197 Brown, Allen, 1941
5164 1198-1202 Brown, Bob, 1959
5164 1203-1270 Brown, Lewis S., 1940-1951
(correspondence concerning Kent's attempts to help Brown get a WPA job; Brown's work on the anatomy of the horse and subsequent employment at American Museum of Natural History)
5164 1271-1316 Brown, Robin, 1970-1971
5164 1317-1321 Brown, Ruth Shirley, 1945
5164 1322-1335 Brownell, Don Carlos, 1939-1945
(regarding Arctic and sub-Arctic development)
5164 1336-1349 Browning, H. G., 1946, 1961-1967
5164 1350-1353 Bruce's Books, 1972
5164 1354-1357 Bruck, Lorraine (Associated Gallery of Art), 1955
5164 1358-1361 Brush, Helen S., 1947
5164 1362-1419 Bryan, Kit and Kitten, 1944-1949, undated
5164 1420-1422 Bryant, Doris, 1948
5164 1423-1434 Bryden-Brown, Louise, 1958
5164 1435-1453 Buck, Seaver B., 1933, 1955, 1967
(arrangements for Gordon Kent to attend Berkshire School; reminiscences and family news)
5164 1454-1473 W. S. Budworth & Son, 1928-1930, 1947
(arrangements for shipping paintings; see also: Exhibition Correspondence)
5164 1474-1478 Budzislawski, Beate, 1949
5164 1479-1482 Bufano, Beniamino, 1957
5164 1483-1485 Buffalo Courier Express, 1942
5164 1486-1496 Buffalo Fine Arts Academy and Albright Art Gallery, 1933-1934
(correspondence concerning lecture and bookplate design)
5164 1497-1549 Bulgaria, 1961-1970
(correspondence with friends in Bulgaria about family, travels, and politics)
Reel Frames
5165 2-104 Bulgaria, cont.
5165 105-107 Bunker, M. N., 1941
5165 108-271 Bunzel, Joseph and Trudy, 1956-1971
(correspondence about exhibition in the USSR, travels, and family news; copy of Bunzel's "Outline for a Social History of Art")
5165 276-278 Burchett, Wilfred, 1968
5165 272-275 Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Plattsburgh, New York, 1946, 1952
5165 279-283 Burgess, Neil and Alice, 1945
5165 284-288 Burgess, William, 1967
5165 289-374 Burke-Wadsworth Bill, 1940
(printed matter, and letters from Kent to public officials urging them to vote against conscription)
5165 375-378 Burlington, Vermont, City of, 1937
5165 379-421 Burliuk, David, 1957-1967
(correspondence about Burliuk's collection, George Biddle, and Kent's trip to Moscow)
5165 422-443 Burndy Library, 1963-1970
5165 444-446 Burnett, Mr., undated
5165 447-512 Burnham, Koert, 1940, 1950-1960, 1968-1969
(correspondence about colored glazes and the possibility of mineral deposits in Asgaard property)
5165 513-516 Burns, Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Robert, 1945
5165 517-523 Burrage, Lucia, 1970
5165 524-527 Burroughs, Bryson (Metropolitan Museum of Art), 1917
(see also: Metropolitan Museum of Art)
5165 528-534 Burstyn, Mae, 1949
5165 535-538 Burton, Mary, 1940-1941
5165 539-545 Burton, Wilfred C., 1961
5165 546-548 Bushey, Warren, 1959
5165 549-556 Butler, Frank, 1949
5165 557-589 Butler, Ron, 1962-1966
5165 590-602 Butler, William J., 1964
5165 603-649 Bynner, Walter (Hal), 1955-1963
(correspondence about Bynner's and Kent's writings; Kent's trip to Moscow)
5165 650-653 Byrne, Mrs., undated
5165 654-658 B, Unidentified and Illegible
(George and Anna, 1969; C. [illegible], 1943)
5165 659-661 Cable, Adeline A., 1946
5165 662-670 Cacchione, Peter V., 1947
5165 671-676 Cafeteria Employees Union, 1941
5165 677-680 Caffin, Charles H., 1917
5165 681-689 Caldwell, J. B. F., 1964-1965
5165 690-1083 Calhoun, Bill, 1941-1971
(correspondence with an artist neighbor in the service, with news of: his training, World War II, and mutual friends in the armed forces; sample postcard, cartoon, and book cover designed by Calhoun; later letters concern family and career development)
5165 1084-1096 Calkins, Ernest, 1956-1962
5165 1097-1169 Calkins & Holden (Egmont Arens and Rene Clark), 1927-1933, undated
(correspondence about award-winning advertising series for American Car and Foundry Co., news of mutual friends, and Lakeside Press exhibition of Kent's illustrations; marriage of Egmont Arens and Camille David; solicitation of articles for New Masses ; illustrated notice about lamps designed by Arens; see also: American Car and Foundry Co. Arens, Egmont, and Camille David Clark, Rene)
5165 1170-1174 Cameo Theater, 1959
5165 1175-1381 Cameron, Angus, 1951-1959, 1965-1970
(correspondence about 1952 presidential election; election; Kent on self-expression, functionalism, and mass production; establishment of Cameron and Kahn, publishers, and their uncensored books on politically controversial subjects; Kent's design of colophon and jackets for Cameron and Kahn; printed matter about Liberty Book Club, a subsidiary of Cameron and Kahn)
5165 1382-1466 Cameron, Sheila (Mrs. Angus Cameron) and children, undated, 1957-1969
5165 1467-1505 Campaign (Office of Civilian Defense), 1942
(letters of endorsement urging appointment of Kent to post in graphic arts section of Office of Civilian Defense; see also: Office of Civilian Defense)
5165 1506-1564 Campaign (Kent for Congress, American Labor Party), 1946
(correspondence with American Labor Party officials and organizations supporting Kent's candidacy for Congress; reasons for early withdrawal from race; Clinton County, N.Y., ALP enrollment list; miscellaneous printed matter)
Reel Frames
5166 2-32 Campaign (Kent for Congress, American Labor Party), cont.
5166 33-187 Campaign (Kent for Congress; Kent's support of Henry Wallace), 1948
(correspondence and printed matter about Kent's campaign for Congress; Kent's activities in support of Henry Wallace for president, including text of undelivered radio address; clippings and advertising, press releases, schedules; see also: American Labor Party; Culture; North Country Wallace for President Committee)
5166 unfilmed Campaign Facts, 1948
(printed matter concerning political issues and candidates at the local and national levels)
5166 189-201 Campbell, Ann and Douglas, 1952, 1960
5166 202-204 Campbell, Mildred F., 1961
5166 205-207 Campbell, S. J., 1944
5166 208-214 Campbell-Mithun, Inc., 1954
5166 215-219 Campos, Pedro Albizu, 1946-1948
5166 220-222 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1951
5166 223-225 Canadian Fareastern Newsletter, 1953
5166 226-229 Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 1926
5166 230-233 Candee, Ruth, 1941
5166 234-289 Candide, 1927-1928
(correspondence with publisher and printer concerning production of the deluxe, limited edition illustrated by Kent)
5166 290-293 Cann, J. H., 1922
5166 297-300 Cannon, Irving, 1963
5166 294-296 Cannon, Mrs., 1947
5166 301-334 Cano, Louise P., 1957-1958
5166 335-340 Canter, David S., 1961
5166 341-414 Canterbury Tales, 1928-1939
(contract and royalty accounts; correspondence with publisher about impending bankruptcy and reprint by another firm)
5166 415-420 Cantwell, Francis Barry, 1941
5166 421-427 Capital Airlines, 1952
5166 428-456 Caplan, David and Nan, undated, 1957-1968
5166 457-459 Caprile, A. (Tito), Jr., 1950
5166 unfilmed Car, 1941-1966
(insurance, repair, inspection, and registration records for personal automobile)
5166 461-466 CARE, 1948-1951
5166 467-469 H. T. Carey, Joost & Patrick, 1952
5166 470-473 Carlen, Robert, 1958
5166 474-510 Carlson, Willard L., 1960
5166 511-513 Carlson, William S., 1955, 1962-1969
5166 514-870 Carnegie Institute, 1922-1949
(correspondence regarding International Exhibitions, including: Kent poster design for 24th International Exhibition (1927), catalog text, jury duty, invitations to exhibit, insurance and shipping arrangements, 3d Honorable Mention (1938), and sales; Founders' Day Exhibition; Kent's response to question, "What do you consider your best easel painting?")
5166 871-875 Carolin, Kathryn Reed, 1964-1965
5166 876-878 Carothers, J. Edward, 1946
5166 879-889 Carroll, Florence E., 1948
5166 890-928 Carroll, John and Inez, 1927-1930, 1965, undated
(letters describing their European travels, with brief mention of Carroll's painting and studio in Paris)
5166 929-931 Carson, Pirie Scott & Co., 1952
5166 932-1543 Carter, Barbara Kent [daughter] and Alan, 1927-1961
(correspondence concerning vacation plans, summer employment, marriage, family news, Alan's position on Faculty of Middlebury College and formation of orchestra; Wallace campaign; letters from grandchildren; see also: Kent, Barbara)
Reel Frames
5167 2-416 Carter, Barbara Kent [daughter] and Alan, cont.
5167 417-424 Carter, Dyson, 1966-1968
5167 425-427 Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Percival, 1948
5167 428-432 Carver, Bill, 1955
5167 437-471 Carver, Francis, 1945-1954
5167 433-436 Carver, Mary and Frank, 1955
5167 472-475 Cary, William H., 1968
5167 476-479 La Casa del Libro, 1965
(see also: Adler, Elmer)
5167 480-487 Casals, Pablo, 1970
5167 488-490 Casserole, 1947
5167 491-532 Cassevaugh, Eileen, Guy, and Family, 1954-1956
5167 533-536 The Catholic Worker, 1946
5167 537-539 Catton, Bruce, 1966
5167 unfilmed Causes--Addresses, pamphlets (other people's)
(printed matter)
5167 unfilmed Causes--Atomic control
(printed matter)
5167 unfilmed Causes--Civil liberties (pamphlets)
(printed matter)
5167 unfilmed Causes--Labor
(printed matter)
5167 unfilmed Causes--McCarthy
(printed matter)
5167 540-1563 Causes--Miscellaneous, 1943-1970
(miscellaneous correspondence, mainly form letters, and matter from a variety of organizations printed; see also: Appeals for Financial Support; Charities; Contributions; Free Work; Gifts, Helpees, etc.; Sponsorship; organizations by name)
Reel Frames
5168 2-1350 Causes--Miscellaneous, cont.
5168 1351-1356 Cawley, F. B., 1956
5168 1357-1362 Center Book Service, 1951-1952
5168 1363-1377 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1966-1970
5168 1378-1382 Central Greyhound Lines, Inc., 1947
5168 1383-1390 Central Michigan College of Education, 1955, 1957
5168 unfilmed Central Union Trust Co., 1925-1926
(statements and canceled checks)
5168 1391-1395 The Century Magazine, 1923
5168 1396-1403 Chahoon, I. H. and Mary, 1946-1947
5168 1404-1410 Chaimson, Reva (Mrs. Harry Chaimson), 1950-1951
5168 1411-1416 Chaliapin, Boris, 1961-1962
5168 1417-1512 Chamber of Commerce (AuSable, N.Y.), 1945-1948, 1960
(correspondence regarding Publicity Committee, and arrangements to produce new brochure; see also: Dow & Peterson)
5168 1513-1519 Chamberlain, Joseph Edgar, 1912-1914
5168 1520-1562 Jacques Chambrun, Inc. (literary agent), 1934, 1945, 1961
Reel Frames
5169 2-67 Jacques Chambrun, Inc. (literary agent), cont.
5169 68-74 The Champlain Players, 1941
5169 75-86 Chand, Kailash, 1958-1959
5169 87-94 Chandry, Mary, 1967-1968
5169 95-118 Chapin, Edward E., undated, 1954-1955, 1963-1968
(correspondence about mutual friends including Peter Freuchen; politics; Kent on abstract art)
5169 119-121 Chapin, J. H., 1936
5169 122-129 Chaplin, Charlie, 1940-1941, 1956
(letters from Kent presenting book, requests that Chaplin learn more about conditions in POW camps for use in film)
5169 130-248 Chappell, George S., Amy, and Ruth, 1914-1922, 1929-1952, undated
(correspondence concerning misunderstanding about Kent paintings deposited with him in 1914, and attempts to reclaim them; see also: Owen and Chappell)
5169 249-252 Chappell, William B., 1970
5169 253-395 Charities, 1942-1950
(miscellaneous correspondence and printed matter [chronological order]; see also: Appeals for Financial Support; Causes; Contributions; Free Work; Gifts, Helpees, etc.; and organizations by name)
5169 396-398 Charney, Hal and Mary, undated
5169 399-406 Charter, Steve, 1950
5169 407-470 Chase Brass and Copper Co., 1933-1934
(correspondence about Kent designs for gift items, with drawing for wine cooler; catalog and price list, with Kent's order)
5169 471-475 Chase, Greenleaf T., 1962
5169 476-497 Chase, Greta (Mrs. Greenleaf T. Chase), 1954-1970
5169 498-558 Chase, Mr. and Mrs. H. F., undated, 1935-1937
5169 559-633 Chase, Jimmie and Busto, 1947-1968, undated
(correspondence about travels and family news; see also: "Dickie")
5169 634-640 Chase, Stephanie P., 1941
5169 641-645 Chase, William Merritt (The New York School of Art), 1901
5169 646-649 Chattanooga Youth Club, 1941
5169 unfilmed Checkbooks, 1920-1922
5169 651-686 Cheever, Lawrence Oakley, 1939-1940
(correspondence concerning bookplates and collectors)
5169 687-800 Chegodaev, Andrei, 1961-1967
5169 unfilmed Cherry-Burrell Corp., 1944-1947
(correspondence and invoices regarding dairy equipment)
5169 802-862 Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, 1946-1947
(about commission for painting and plans for a trip with a company executive to locate a suitable subject ["Harry Benner, Coal Miner"])
5169 863-930 Cheshire Academy [R.K., class of 1896], 1941-1964
(concerning Kent lithograph of campus building for fund-raising purposes)
5169 933-939 Chetwood-Aiken, Hugh C., 1937
5169 940-942 Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway Company, 1941
5169 943-968 Chicago Art Institute, 1933-1934
(correspondence regarding Kent exhibition, with plans; gift of canceled woodblock; see also: Art Institute of Chicago)
5169 969-973 Chicago Bartenders and Beverage Dispensers' Union, 1957
5169 974-979 Chicago Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., 1957
5169 980-983 Chicago Printed String Co., 1936
5169 984-987 Chicago Printing Trades Union, 1942
5169 988-991 Chicago Public Library Employees Union, 1939
5169 992-997 Chicago Repertory Group, 1940-1941
5169 998-1000 Children's Hospital Convalescent Home, 1945
5169 1001-1016 China Aid Council, 1940-1941
5169 1017-1023 China Reconstructs, 1962
5169 1024-1026 Chinese News Services, Inc., 1942
5169 1027-1045 Christian Register, 1946
(correspondence about cover design; freedom; Spain; reaction from readers to Kent's letter to the editor)
5169 1046-1049 Christie, Mrs. A. S., 1911
5169 1050-1190 Christmas Cards, A-Z, 1916-1955, undated
(includes greeting cards from: E. Weyhe, 1928-1930; Kuniyoshi, 1932-1933; and Art Young, 1940; cards with original prints by Gari Melchers, 1932-1933; M. Zorach, 1932-1933; Rainey Bennett, 1940 [none of these sent by the artists]; samples of cards designed by Kent; see also: files for friends by name)
5169 1191-1197 Christmas Cards Designed (Reproduction Permissions), 1941
5169 1198-1231 Christmas Cards, Illegible and Unidentified, 1916-1955, undated
5169 1232-1288 Christmas Presents, 1951-1955
5169 1289-1292 Churchill, William, 1943-1944
5169 1293-1299 Ciba Pharmaceutical Products Incorporated, 1948, 1952
5169 1300-1302 Cincinnati Country Club, 1941
5169 1303-1306 Cincinnati Modern Art Society, 1941
5169 1307-1334 The Citizens Committee for the Army and Navy, Inc., 1942-1943
5169 1335-1427 Citizens' Committee for Government Art Projects, 1941
(correspondence about organizing and lobbying to assure adequate federal appropriations for Fine Arts Division of WPA, with copy of prepared statement of CCGAP to House Subcommittee; printed matter; see also: WPA Miscellaneous)
5169 1428-1432 Citizens' Non-Partisan Committee for the Serviceman's Vote, 1944
5169 unfilmed City Bank Farmer's Trust Co., 1927-1940
(correspondence regarding trust fund for Philip J. Quilmartin, under the will of Ellen J. Banker, Rockwell Kent, Custodian; stock transfers and account statements)
5169 1433-1436 The City Club, 1942, 1946
5169 1437-1454 City-Wide Tenants Council, 1940-1941
(correspondence about designing a medal for the organization)
5169 1455-1468 Civil Liberties Committee, New York City, 1941-1942
5169 1469-1492 Civil Rights Congress, 1951-1955
(correspondence about William L. Patterson Defense Fund; Paul Robeson's fight to obtain a U.S. passport)
5169 1469-1492 Civil Rights Congress of New York, 1946-1955
5169 1493-1507 Civil Rights Federation, 1941-1943
(about speaking engagement)
5169 1508-1511 Claghorn, Sarah N., 1922
5169 Clark, Rene (see: Calkins & Holden)
5169 1512-1546 Clark, Walter and Leonora, 1944-1962, undated
5169 1547-1563 Clarke, Jeanette and Tillie, 1955-1966
Reel Frames
5170 2-65 Clarke, Jeanette and Tillie, cont.
5170 66-68 Clarkson, W. M. E., 1970
5170 69-489 Cleland, Thomas Maitland, 1927-1966, undated
(correspondence about plastic for transparent drawings; article on Cleland's graphic work; Cleland's plans for a book, and opinions on standards for museum collections; correspondence between Kent and potential benefactors in an effort to find financial support for Cleland's book and to lift him out of a serious depression; Cleland's rejection of Graphic Arts Society certificate of merit; Kent on new patron drawn to him because of his political views and the passport case; plans for "The Great Kent Collection"; Kent's Moscow trip and exhibition; politics, McCarthy, and Cleland's acquaintance with Alger Hiss; correspondence with author of article on Cleland)
5170 490-532 Clemens, Cyril (International Mark Twain Society), 1943-1970
5170 533-544 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1933-1934
(receipts and letters of thanks for gifts of drawings and canceled woodblock)
5170 Cleveland Print Club (see: Print Club, Cleveland, Ohio)
5170 545-548 Clifton, Sue and Dave, 1959
5170 549-552 Clinton Prison, 1958
5170 553-556 Clivette, undated
5170 557-562 The A. B. Closson, Jr., Co., 1941
5170 unfilmed Clothes, 1950
(advertisements)
5170 563-579 Cluett, Sanford L. and Camilla, 1942-1946, 1966
5170 580-584 Clyde, Ethel, 1944
5170 585-591 Cobb, George W., Jr., 1939-1943
(correspondence about tin can banks for charitable contributions decorated with art reproductions)
5170 592-607 Cobbe, Thomas, 1944
(correspondence with collector concerning purchase of Kent prints, with price list of available works)
5170 608-618 Cobble Hill Press, 1967-1968
5170 619-631 Cobert, Samuel, 1954-1958
5170 632-650 Cockcroft, Van and Cynthia, undated, 1940, 1963-1966
5170 651-657 D. Cohen & Sons, Inc., 1945, 1947
5170 658-660 Cohen, Robert, 1963
5170 unfilmed Morris Cohon & Co., 1958-1961
(about investments in Metals & Controls Corporation)
5170 661-674 Colby College, 1963-1964
5170 675-677 Cole, Amadee J., 1946
5170 678-680 Cole, Mrs., 1963
5170 681-743 Lewis Coleman (Defense Fund), 1945
5170 744-778 Coleman, Verna and Ross, 1945-1957
5170 779-1512 A. Colish, Inc., 1940-1970
(concerning printing orders for: bookplates, Kent's personal stationery, jackets for books by Kent, and commissions for miscellaneous illustrations)
5170 1513-1532 Colodne, Carl, 1937
(correspondence with a fan, including Colodne's poem about Kent)
5170 1533-1536 Colon, Jesus and Conchita, undated, 1947
5170 1537-1553 Colonial Airlines, 1945-1952
(about reservations; complaints)
Reel Frames
5171 2-93 Colony, Horatio, 1962-1971
5171 94-96 The Colophon (Elmer Adler; see also: Adler, Elmer), 1919
5171 Color Magazine (see: Davis, Rev. F. Havis)
5171 97-99 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1941
5171 100-102 Colorfax Laboratories, 1952
5171 103-123 Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. (CBS), 1939-1961
(general information about beginnings of commercial broadcasting; request for archival film footage of Kent for use in documentary, The Creative Thirties)
5171 124-318 Columbia Lecture Bureau, 1940-1942
(correspondence about speaking engagements, with schedules and contracts; see also: Lecture Bureaus)
5171 319-322 Columbia News Service, 1941
5171 323-326 Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1947
5171 327-377 Columbia University, 1900-1906, 1939-1940, 1944, 1957
(correspondence with university officials about Kent's studies and scholarship; also, transcript and copy of Professor Ware's proposal to McDowell for "Professional Schools of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, and Music under a University Faculty"; later correspondence concerns speech and bookplate design)
5171 378-380 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1941
5171 381-383 Columbus Museum, 1941
5171 384-401 Colvin, Charles, 1966-1968
5171 402-405 The Commercial National Bank and Trust Company, 1934, 1941
5171 406-408 Commerce, Department of, 1951
5171 409-411 Commissioner of Immigration, 1948
5171 Committee for Anti-Nazi Literature (see: Radical Groups--Germany)
5171 434-451 Committee for Defense of Public Education, 1941
5171 452-455 Committee for Defense of Students' Rights, 1941
5171 412-433 Committee for Democracy in Radio, 1946
(includes correspondence with Harold Ickes requesting endorsement of its cause)
5171 456-462 Committee for Employment of Professional Skills in the War Program, 1942
5171 463-521 Committee for People's Rights (Philadelphia), 1930-1941
(correspondence about speaking engagements; invitation to participate in fund-raising events; cancellation of order for medal designed by Kent)
5171 522-524 Committee on Discrimination in Employment, 1941
5171 525-527 Committee to End Sedition Laws, 1955
5171 528-531 Common Council for American Unity, 1941
5171 532-730 Communist Party, undated, 1936-1943, 1966
5171 Communist Party and Activities (see: Radical Groups--Communist Party and Activities)
5171 731-751 Compulsory Military Service, 1945
(miscellaneous printed matter; correspondence about Kent's plan to make compulsory military service an educational opportunity and include mandatory training in democracy, responsible citizenship, and world peace)
5171 752-754 Comstock, E. A., 1925
5171 755-1323 Condolence Letters and Sympathy Cards, A-Z (see also: Funeral; Memorial portfolio), 1971
5171 1324-1419 Congress for Disarmament, 1957-1958
5171 1420-1436 Congress of American Artists, 1941
5171 1437-1440 Congress of American-Soviet Friendship, 1942
5171 1441-1520 Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 1940-1947
(correspondence about 1944 presidential election; miscellaneous printed matter; request for help in improving design of its newsletter)
5171 1521-1530 Congress on International Relations in the World of Art, 1939-1940
Reel Frames
5172 2-4 Connecticut College, 1915
5172 6-15 Connecticut Conference on Social and Labor Legislation, 1941
5172 16-19 Connely, Mrs. L. F., 1942
5172 20-26 Conniff, Terry (Mrs. W. Arthur Conniff), 1958
5172 27-30 Connolly, Charles H., Jr., 1963
5172 31-34 Conover, Ernest R., 1945-1946
5172 35-37 Conservation Department, 1952
5172 38-44 Consolidated Tours Inc., 1957
5172 unfilmed Consumer Research, 1928-1943
(printed matter about "scientific buying")
5172 45-47 Consumers Union, 1945
5172 48-112 Contempora, Inc., 1928-1931, 1948, undated
(concerning "Art to Industry" project, with correspondence about designs for wallpaper and home furnishings; related contracts and publicity)
5172 113-118 Contemporary American Artists (see also: The H. W. Wilson Company), 1958
5172 119-245 Contemporary Art, [National] Gallery of, 1927, 1930
(correspondence and publicity concerning the extraordinary influence of the National Academy of Design in determining artists' career success; drafts of statements; critique of 102d Annual Exhibition (1927); proposal for National Gallery of Contemporary Art, with declaration of organization; Florence N. Levy's request to list NGCA in American Art Annual, with an offer of cooperation and use of office space; see also: National Gallery of Contemporary Art)
5172 246-364 Contracts, 1939-1960
(with lecture bureaus, publishers, advertising clients, etc.; also concerning dairy business)
5172 365-368 Contreras, Belisarios R., 1964
5172 369-499 Contributions, 1951-1959
(receipts, correspondence, and miscellaneous printed matter; membership cards; see also: Appeals for Financial Support; Causes; Charities; Free Work; Gifts, Helpees, etc.; and organizations by name)
5172 500-507 Cook, Dexter G., 1936, 1940
5172 508-510 Coolidge, Bob, 1970
5172 511-517 Coolidge, W. H., 1958-1959
5172 518-523 Cooper, Lillie, 1968
5172 524-528 The Cooperative Bookshop, 1941-1942
5172 529-531 Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, State of New York, 1957
5172 532-558 The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1922, 1941, 1946, 1959
(letter of protest against the jury system; reproduction permission; request for information about Kent print donated by James Rosenberg)
5172 559-562 Corey, George H., 1942
5172 563-569 Coronet Magazine, 1941, 1946
5172 570-574 The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, 1946
5172 575-613 Corwin, Norman, 1947-1952, 1958
5172 614-620 Cosmos Travel Bureau, 1960
5172 621-624 Cottle, Gladys, 1941
5172 unfilmed Coughlin, Father, 1938-1939
(printed matter, including statistics on Jews and communism)
5172 625-630 Coulbron, Leon, 1960
5172 631-683 Council for Pan American Democracy, 1939-1941, 1944
(printed matter)
5172 684-692 Council on African Affairs, Inc., 1944
5172 693-732 County [Essex Co., N.Y.] Politics, 1934
(correspondence with editor of Port Henry Times and elected officials)
5172 733-738 Courbos, John, 1915
5172 739-742 Cousins, Norman, 1958
5172 743-748 Cove, Florence E., 1941
5172 749-755 Coventry, Ethel, 1944
5172 756-871 Covici, Friede, Inc., 1928-1936
(correspondence about the technical details of printing Kent-illustrated editions)
5172 872-1055 Cowdin, Cheever and Katherine, 1927-1945
(news of mutual friends; investments, real estate, and legal matters; see also: Fence Dispute)
5172 1056-1156 Cox, Alice, and Edwina Crunden (see also: Crunden, Alice and Family), 1939-1951
5172 1157-1159 Carol Cox Book Company, 1943
5172 1160-1162 Craft Horizons, 1948
5172 1163-1185 Cranbrook Institute of Science, 1935-1937
(concerning Kent design for letterhead; gift of archaeological artifacts from Greenland)
5172 1186-1189 Craven, Mr., 1925
5172 1190-1193 Craver, Isabel D. (Mrs. Bates H. Craver), 1951
5172 1194-1196 Crawley, John J., 1949
5172 1197-1338 Creative Art, 1927-1931, undated
(drafts for editorials by Kent, 1927-1928; correspondence about development and management of the journal; responses from Albert Laessle, Timothy Cole, and George Biddle to the question: "Should American art students study abroad?"; plans for articles on Kent by Lee Simonson and Frank Crowninshield; editorials; see also: Albert and Charles Boni, Inc.)
5172 1339-1345 Creative Printmakers Group, 1941
5172 1346-1353 Creighton, William J., 1955
5172 1354-1357 Cronquist, Ralph, 1953
5172 1358-1362 Crook, Kenneth E., 1947
5172 1363-1366 Crosbie, Paul, 1941
5172 1367-1387 Cross, Anson Kent, 1941-1942
5172 1388-1390 Cross, Mrs. Charles, 1945
5172 1391-1394 Cross, John W., 1949
5172 1395-1397 Cross World Books, 1961
5172 1398-1460 Crotched Mountain Foundation, 1958
(inquiry about commissioning a mural; promotional literature regarding the foundation)
5172 1461-1481 Crowe Name Plate & Manufacturing Co., 1941
(negotiations and technical specifications for Kent drawing)
5172 1482-1485 Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1961
5172 1486-1488 Crown Publishers, 1952
5172 1489-1491 Crowninshield, Frank, undated
5172 1492-1589 Crunden, Alice and family (see also: Cox, Alice, and Edwina Crunden), 1930-1936, 1942
Reel Frames
5173 2-5 Cultural Conference Committee, 1948
5173 6-67 Culture, 1923, 1948-1949
(correspondence and proposals in support of a cultural platform for a new political party, with miscellaneous printed matter, including: "A Party Platform for the Arts"; "Rsum of Still-Born Address to World Congress for Peace, April 1949"; jury for National Council of Arts and Sciences Christmas card competition; see also: Campaign, 1948; International Workers Order; National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions; and Third Party)
5173 68-70 Culture, Minister of (USSR), 1969
5173 71-76 Culver, Anne and George, 1946-1947
5173 81-85 Culver, Dr. and Marjorie, 1941
5173 77-80 Culver, Jane, 1946
5173 86-89 Culver Military Academy, 1941
5173 90-97 Cummings, Philip H., 1941, 1944
5173 98-101 Cunningham, W. A., 1915
5173 102-115 Current Theatre, Inc., 1936
(letters to friends endorsing the project and asking help in securing financial backers; requests to evaluate scripts)
5173 116-127 The Currier Press, 1927-1929
(proposals for Kent-illustrated editions)
5173 128-201 Customs, 1933-1936, 1957
(correspondence and declarations forms concerning art work exhibited abroad or loaned for reproduction; disagreement over artistic vs. utilitarian nature of book illustration; also, duty paid on personal purchases when on vacation in Puerto Rico)
5173 202-288 Cutcliff, Charles, 1962-1966
5173 289-292 Czechoslovak Life, undated
5173 293-409 Czechoslovakia, 1968
5173 410-427 C, Unidentified and Illegible
(Anne K. C., undated; Mary [illegible]-Clarke [?], undated; Peggy, 1970; Ted and Minna C., 1959-1960; W. S. C., 1955)
5173 428-430 D & J Sadlier & Co. Reg'd., 1922
5173 431-439 Da Fonseca, Gondin, undated
5173 440-467 Dahlgren, Olga, undated, 1953, 1969
5173 468-519 Daily Worker, 1941-1953
(correspondence regarding subscription, letter to the editor, and comments on articles)
5173 unfilmed Dairy, 1944-1948
(correspondence with suppliers of feed and equipment and Department of Agriculture; licenses, delivery route data, advertising and sales statistics; Asgaard Dairy Bulletin , 1947; see also: U.S. Trust--Disposition of Dairy)
5173 520-522 Dairy Farmers' Union, 1941
5173 526-529 Dame, Dolores Theresa Ann, 1950
5173 523-525 Dame, Mr., 1945
5173 530-534 Bernard Dannenberg Galleries, 1970
5173 535-556 Daniel, Charles, 1914-1915
(letters about exhibitions, and painting sales and payments)
5173 557-583 Danish Exhibit--World's Fair, 1940
(printed matter; correspondence about loan of Greenland expedition artifacts to the Danish Pavillion)
5173 584-587 Danzig, Charles, 1963
5173 Darcy (see: Schneiderman-Darcy Defense Committee)
5173 588-590 Dargan, Olive, 1948
5173 591-595 The Darwin Anniversary Committee, 1959
5173 596-606 Dauber & Pine Bookshops Incorporated, 1944-1952
5173 607-654 Daugaard-Jensen, 1931-1934
(correspondence about his screen play and request for help in finding a producer; family news; proposal for Kent to do weekly radio broadcasts from Greeland, with inquiries about specialized equipment for the trip; (see also: Denmark Correspondence; and Greenland)
5173 655-661 Daura, Pierre, 1941-1942
5173 662-667 Davidson, Jo, 1945
5173 668-673 Davidson, Lillian (Mrs. Frank B. Davidson), 1947
5173 674-679 Davies, Arthur B., 1911
5173 680-684 Davies, Rev. W. Ellis, 1946-1947
5173 685-687 D'Avignon, Theresa, 1941
5173 688-690 Davis, Alton F., 1957
5173 691-749 Davis, Angela, 1970-1971
(printed matter and fund-raising literature)
5173 750-752 Davis, Benjamin J., 1946
5173 753-756 Davis, Rev. F. Havis (Color Magazine), 1952
5173 757-759 Frank E. Davis Fish Company, 1946
5173 760-763 Davis, Mrs. George A., 1952
5173 764-791 Davis, Hassoldt (Bill), 1953-1955, 1964-1965
5173 792-951 Davis, Henry R., 1937-1963, undated
(concerning cards and printing orders by Rapid Blue Print Co.)
5173 952-985 Davis, Dr. Jerome, 1941, 1950, 1961-1963
5173 986-1026 Davis, Robert H., 1928-1931
(clippings and printed matter regarding Davis's exhibition of photographic portraits of famous people, including Kent; correspondence about Kent-illustrated books)
5173 1027-1032 The John Day Company Inc. Publishers, 1941
5173 1033-1054 Day, Richard, 1942-1943
(correspondence about mutual friends; Day's work as a camouflage instructor for the U.S. Navy)
5173 1055-1059 Dayton Historical Society, 1941
5173 1060-1068 De Blasio, Pauline, undated, 1945-1946
5173 1069-1072 Decca Records, Inc., 1952
5173 1073-1076 DeCordova Museum, 1965-1966
5173 1077-1082 Deedy, Marjorie L., 1956
5173 1083-1117 Defenders of 3 Against HUAC, 1965
5173 1118-1136 Defense Committee for Dr. Du Bois, 1951
(correspondence and printed matter concerning fund raising and Peace Information Center; see also: Du Bois, W. E. B.)
5173 1137-1146 Defense Counsel, 1948-1949
(statement by Kent on the influence of Marxism-Leninism on culture in general and on his own work, solicited for use by defense counsel in trial of Communist Party members)
5173 1147-1149 Dehn, Adolf, 1941
5173 1150-1153 DeLacy, Hugh, 1949-1950
5173 1154-1163 The Delaware and Hudson Railroad Corporation, 1946-1960
5173 1164-1167 Demarais, Dorothy B. (Woodward Memorial Library), 1951
5173 1168-1257 Demco Library Supplies, 1936-1940, 1954, 1962
(correspondence about cover designs for magazine's special issue on Kent; plans for issue honoring Louis Untermeyer; see also: Bassett, Norman and Sally)
5173 1258-1262 Democratic Committee of Essex Co. (see also: Essex Co. Democratic Committee), 1967
5173 1263-1271 Denis, Paul, 1947
5173 1272-1349 Denmark Correspondence, 1929-1937, undated
(letters from friends and acquaintances with family news; Berket-Smith plan for archaeological expedition to Alaska; requests for help in finding publishers; book lists and miscellaneous receipts; see also: Daugaard-Jensen; and Rasmussen, Knud)
5173 1350-1354 Dennis, Eugene and Peggy, 1951-1952, 1961
5173 1355-1363 Dennison, Joseph A., undated, 1915
5173 1364-1366 Denver Art Institute, 1942
5173 1367-1369 Department of Commerce, State of New York, 1954
5173 1370-1372 Department of State, 1942
5173 1373-1375 Department of State, Passport Division (see also: Passport Applications), 1950
5173 1376-1378 Department of Welfare, New York City, 1941
5173 1379-1381 DePol, John, 1970
5173 unfilmed Deposits, 1943-1954, 1957-1961
(receipts for personal and dairy checking and savings accounts in several banks)
5173 1382-1445 Descendants of the American Revolution, 1939-1941
(correspondence concerning Kent's membership application; commission to design a medal; printed matter)
5173 1446-1448 The Desert Sanatorium of Southern Arizona, Inc. and Institute of Research, 1935
5173 1449-1503 Desjardins, Greg T., 1945
5173 1504-1511 Detroit Art Exhibit, A Tribute to the Negro People by Negro and White Artists of America, 1946
5173 1512-1514 Detroit Athletic Club, 1925
5173 1515-1538 Detroit Institute of Arts, 1926-1933
(invitations to exhibit and speak; letter from Kent in support of controversial mural by Diego Rivera; donation of canceled woodblock)
5173 1539-1543 Detroit-Michigan Stove Co., 1945, 1947
5173 1544-1547 Detroit Peace Mobilization, 1941
5173 1548-1553 Deutsche Akademie der Kunste zu Berlin, 1967
Reel Frames
5174 2-60 Device Clients, 1941-1945
(correspondence and a few printed samples of finished products; (see also: Jobs; and clients by name)
5174 61-63 Devins, Leo, 1941
5174 64-66 DeVol, Sally, 1948
5174 67-69 Dexter, Ernest, 1955
5174 70-74 M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, 1942
5174 75-78 Dialog Publications, 1964
5174 79-126 Dibner, Bern, 1961
(correspondence about Carl Zigrosser, and collecting books and prints for Brandeis University Library)
5174 127-129 Dickerson, Angie, 1951
5174 130-133 Dickerson, Anne, 1964
5174 134-169 "Dickie" [Chase], 1937
(about Frances Kent; Dickie's divorce from Busto; see also: Chase, Jimmie and Busto)
5174 170-172 Dickinson, Edward T., 1968
5174 173-176 Dick's Refrigeration Service, 1947
5174 177-180 Diederich, Wanda, 1925
5174 181-309 Dies Committee, 1939, 1941, undated
(letters of protest to Representative Dies and secretary of state concerning inaccurate statements about Kent; text of speech "Who Is Un-American?" by Alice Burrows of American League for Peace and Democracy, and of speech "Bill of Duties for the American People" by Congressman Frank Hook; public hearing notices and publicity; newspaper articles, both clippings and typescript copies)
5174 310-319 Dinner Forum on "Europe Today," 1941
5174 320-329 Direction [ship], 1941
5174 330-393 Dirlam, Peter, 1968-1969
5174 394-432 Disarmament Campaign (Women's), 1960
(letters from various groups requesting support and advice)
5174 433-445 Discussion Group, 1943
(letters to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and local Catholic priest complaining about Catholic pressure for FBI surveillance resulting from Kent's entertaining a group of Soviet students; see also: Greetings to Students; Soviet Students)
5174 446-450 Divorce Data
(copies of legal documents for IRS, regarding divorce from Kathleen Whiting Kent)
5174 451-453 Dock and Coal Company, 1947
5174 454-841 Doctors, Dentists, etc., 1943-1959
5174 842-847 Dodd, Edward H., Jr., 1966, 1968
5174 848-1064 Dodd, Mead & Company, 1934, 1953-1954, 1962-1966
(correspondence about Kent-illustrated books; design specifications and technical details of printing)
5174 1065-1067 Dodge, Joseph J., 1946
5174 unfilmed Dogs, 1929-1957, 1969-1971
(licenses, pedigrees, stud certificates, customs papers for dogs imported from Denmark; correspondence with kennels and breeders; dog food orders; miscellaneous printer matter; see also: Licenses)
Reel Frames
5256 4-13 Dombrowski, James, 1965-1966
Reel Frames
5174 1068-1070 Donellan, Judge George L., 1941
5174 1071-1570 R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, 1926-1945, 1953-1954, 1954, undated
(correspondence about Kent illustrations, including technical specifications for paper, type, binding, and general design; Weyhe Gallery exhibition of Moby Dick illustrations; printed matter, including William A. Kittredge obituary and memorial)
Reel Frames
5175 2-423 R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, cont.
5175 424-426 Donnelley, Mr. and Mrs. Thorne, undated
5175 427-430 Donovan, Doris, undated
5175 431-463 Doremus & Company, 1929-1930
(about Kent designs and illustrations for its advertising clients)
5175 464-466 Dorrance, Gordon, 1941
5175 467-1113 Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1926-1961, undated
(correspondence about publication of Kent-illustrated books; dummy for advertisement)
5175 1114-1133 Dougherty, Page (Mrs. Frazer Dougherty), 1951-1956
5175 1134-1137 Frederick Douglas[s] Victory Club, 1942
5175 1138-1143 Douglas, William O., 1959, 1970
5175 1144-1148 Douglass, Maurice A., 1965
5175 1158-1171 Dow & Peterson, Inc. Advertising, 1936-1939
(concerning resort advertising and posters; see also: Chamber of Commerce(AuSable, N.Y.))
5175 1149-1157 Dow, Louis F., 1940-1942
5175 1172-1174 Dowling, Mr., 1959
5175 1175-1264 Downes, Olin and Irene, 1949-1957
(correspondence about Wallace campaign, peace movement, music and famous musicians, travels; obituary of Olin; correspondence with Irene about her book of Downes's writings)
5175 1265-1272 The Downtown Community School, 1945
5175 1273-1276 Doyle, Mr., 1942
5175 1277-1280 Doyle, Sarah, 1943
5175 1281-1295 James F. Drake Incorporated, 1935-1936
(concerning bookplate commission)
5175 1296-1300 Draper, Muriel, 1941
5175 1301-1322 Monroe F. Dreher, Inc., 1933-1934
(bookplate commission; Kent endorsement of drawing pencils)
5175 1323-1326 Dreis, Harry, undated, 1957
5175 1327-1409 Drepperd, Carl W., undated, 1928-1931, 1941-1944
(regarding Hamilton watch case design; possible painting commission; gift of bookplate)
5175 1410-1414 Du Bois, Guy Pene, undated, 1921
5175 1415-1426 The Du Bois Press, 1937
(concerning commission for drawings of service academy buildings for use in school yearbooks)
5175 1427-1444 Du Bois, W. E. B., 1948, 1953-1960
(correspondence about Kent's travels to the West Indies; postcards from Du Bois in Ghana; see also: Defense Committee for Dr. Du Bois; Peace Information Center)
5175 1445-1456 Duckwall, Fred, 1957
5175 1457-1459 Duckwall, Helen, 1957
5175 1460-1464 Dudley, George Austin, 1941
5175 1465-1554 Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc., 1939-1943, 1968
(contract; correspondence regarding editing, publication, distribution, and promotion of This Is My Own; see also: Pearce, Cap, and Clara Kent)
Reel Frames
5176 2-194 Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc., cont.
5176 unfilmed Dues, Membership Cards, Receipts, etc., undated, 1937-1967
(for political, cultural, and civic associations, many honorary or complimentary)
5176 195-210 Dufty, William, 1965
5176 211-214 Dugan, James, 1950
5176 215-227 Duggar, Ben (Professional Art Quarterly), 1936
(correspondence about articles by Kent for publication in the Quarterly, and Kent's thoughts on commercial art)
5176 228-230 Dulman, Ruth, 1953
5176 231-234 Dumont Broadcasting Corporation, WABD 5, 1957
5176 235-240 Dundee Designs, 1955
5176 241-247 Durkin, James H., 1957, 1971
5176 248-253 E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1947, 1952, 1967
5176 254-257 Duveen, Albert, 1947
5176 258-261 Dwight, Alice M., 1969-1970
5176 262-267 D, Unidentified
(Eddie, 1970; Herbert and Nellie, 1970; Linda, 1970)
5176 268-271 Earle, Olive, 1920
5176 272-301 The East West Gallery of Fine Art (Mildred Taylor), 1928
(shipping and insurance arrangements for exhibition of Kent paintings)
5176 302-310 Eastern Airlines Incorporated, 1941, 1957
5176 311-322 Eastman, Ruth Cornell, 1966
5176 323-340 Eastman, Scott & Company, 1930-1931
(correspondence regarding commission for trademark)
5176 341-397 Eaton, Cyrus S. and Anne K., 1958-1966
(clippings; letters expressing Kent's admiration of Eaton's work toward building Soviet-American friendship; proposal for a periodical; requests to meet Eaton)
5176 398-421 Eaton, Margaret, 1955-1956
5176 422-424 Eckhardt, Margaret, 1969
5176 425-428 Eddy, Harriet G., 1962
5176 429-447 Edgerton, Marion, 1959-1960
5176 448-459 Edman, Dr. Irwin, 1951
5176 460-464 Edmonds, Mrs. Augustus, undated, 1951
5176 465-468 Edmunds, John, 1953
5176 469-472 Edwards, Alan, 1925
5176 473-481 Egbert, Donald Drew, 1951, 1960-1962
5176 482-484 Einstein, Albert, 1953
5176 489-494 Eiseman, Paul, 1941
5176 495-627 Eisen, Michela, 1961-1966
5176 485-488 The Eisenhower Foundation, 1956
5176 628-631 Eisenzimmer, Ike, 1969
5176 632-674 Eisler, Hilde and Gerhart, 1962-1969
5176 675-678 Fred Eldean Organizations Incorporated, 1948
5176 679-681 Electrolux Corporation, 1946
5176 682-685 Elliott, John, 1955
5176 686-689 Ellis, Ethel, 1965
5176 690-697 Ellis, Fred, 1958, 1960
5176 698-705 Ellis, Dr. Robert H., 1959-1960
5176 706-717 Ellison, Jerome, 1940-1941
5176 718-720 Elman, Mrs. Philip, 1959
5176 721-808 Elowitz, Gertrude, and Al Moss (see also: Moss, Al, and Gertrude Elowitz), 1951-1954
5176 809-812 Elwert, Philip F., 1969
5176 813-815 Elwyn, Betty, undated
5176 816-820 Elwyn, Frances H., 1941
5176 821-1250 Embassies, 1948-1956, 1959-1970
(invitations, correspondence about exhibitions and cultural events)
5176 1251-1430 Embassy of the USSR, 1941-1947, undated
(printed matter about art and culture; invitations to participate in conferences; invitations to receptions and social events; Artists for Victory; translations of Kent's books; loans of paintings and prints for exhibitions abroad; travel plans and passport case)
5176 1431-1564 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1957-1967
(printed matter; letter of appointment to executive committee; request for medal designed by Kent; discussion of the organization's publications and activities; plans for an art exhibition; Kent's legal costs for passport lawsuit)
Reel Frames
5177 2-392 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, cont.
5177 393-395 Emergency Committee to Stop Deportations to the Sahara Desert, 1941
5177 396-440 Emergency Rescue Committee, 1940-1942
(requests for assistance, letters of introduction, etc., for artists and writers fleeing Nazi Europe; see also: Heilbut, Ivan)
5177 unfilmed Employees, 1936, 1942-1970
(correspondence concerning hiring of domestic, farm, and dairy workers; letters of recommendation; taxes; also, letters from former employees with news of their current lives)
5177 441-443 Emspeak, Mr., 1953
5177 444-460 Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1945-1946, 1961
5177 461-466 Endicott, Mary A. and James, 1951, 1961
5177 467-471 Engebretson, Ruth (Mrs. Olaf Engebretson), 1956-1957
5177 472-475 Engel, Harry, undated
5177 476-509 English Book Shop (Helen Lowry), 1930-1931
(correspondence regarding Kent exhibition, with list of loans; book orders)
5177 510-512 Ennis, Col. Arthur I., 1942
5177 unfilmed The Equitable Trust Company of New York, 1926-1931
(statements of investments)
5177 513-515 Erbough, Ralph, 1926
5177 516-519 Erhardt, Elisabeth, 1955
5177 520-525 Erickson, R. J., 1941
5177 526-562 Erickson, Ruth, and Eleanor Stevenson (see also: Stevenson, Eleanor, and Ruth Erickson), undated, 1952, 1961-1969
5177 563-672 Ernst, Morris (Greenbaum, Wolf & Ernst), 1931, 1934-1940
(concerning legal actions, mainly regarding disputes with publishers)
5177 673-675 Ervin, Fred M., 1925
5177 676-741 Erwin, James William, 1952
(about production of rubber stamps for Kent's air mail peace stamp; Erwin's financial plan for contemporary art purchases; and ideas for collectors' Christmas peace plate)
5177 742-763 Esquire, 1935-1936, 1942
(correspondence about commission for card to accompany Christmas gift subscriptions)
5177 764-769 Essex County (N.Y.) Chamber of Commerce, 1941
5177 770-772 Essex County (N.Y.) Clerk's Office, 1949
5177 773-776 Essex County (N.Y.) Democratic Committee (see also: Democratic Committee of Essex Co.), 1968
5177 Essex County (N.Y.) Politics (see: County Politics)
5177 777-780 The Essex County Republican, 1952
5177 781-783 Estey Organ Company, 1945
5177 784-874 Esto Publishing Company, 1933-1934, 1942
(concerning booklet on woodcuts by Kent, commissioned as part of its "Enjoy Your Museum" series, with samples of other titles in the series; Kent's text; contract and royalty statements)
5177 875-881 Etnier, Stephen, 1946, 1954, 1969
(exhibition catalogs)
5177 882-993 European Trip, 1962
5177 994-996 Euthanasia Society of America, Inc., 1941
5177 997-1000 Evans, Margaret, 1947
5177 1003-1012 Evans, Robert, 1943, 1946, 1948
5177 1013-1033 Evergood, Philip, undated, 1960-1961
5177 1034-1036 Eviriti, Luis F., 1970
5177 1037-1042 Ewen, Dr. Sol J., 1948
5177 1044-1046 Ewing, Blaine, 1947
5177 1050-1052 Exeter Manufacturing Company, 1947
5177 1053-1561 Exhibition Correspondence, 1926-1971
(correspondence with museums and dealers concerning details of arrangements for exhibitions, notification of sales, shipping lists, etc., includes shows at: Nebraska Art Association, 1929; Art Association of New Orleans, 1929; Toledo Museum, 1937; Cranbrook Academy, 1938; Wildenstein Galleries, 1942; Carnegie Institute, 1943; Farnsworth Museum, 1950; Moscow Exhibition, 1957; Colby College, 1962; see also: W. S. Budworth & Son)
Reel Frames
5178 2-178 Exhibition Correspondence, cont.
5178 179-320 Exhibitions (Rockwell Kent), undated, 1903-1959
(announcements, invitations, and catalogs for solo exhibitions and group shows)
5178 unfilmed Exhibitions (other artists), undated, 1920-1959
(exhibition prospecti and entry blanks; announcements, invitations, and catalogs of other artists' shows; also, bulletins and general publications of museums and arts organizations)
5178 unfilmed Expense Sheets, Travel, etc., 1932-1966
(receipts and itineraries)
5178 321-363 The Explorers Club, 1941-1959
5178 364-367 E, Unidentified
(Betty E., 1945; Dee Dee, 1969)
5178 368-379 Faber & Faber, Ltd., Publishers (F. V. Horley), 1936
(correspondence about publication of Kent's books in England)
5178 380-382 Fabian, Mr., 1952
5178 unfilmed Factory Point National Bank, 1922-1924
(canceled checks and account statement)
5178 383-396 Fadden, Alfred and Roz, 1970
5178 397-581 Fagan, Vincent and William Goodwin, 1944-1949
(correspondence about ancient Norse ruins in North America; politics and Catholicism)
5178 582-592 Fahnestock, Karol, 1950-1951
5178 594-595 Fairview Association, 1956
5178 596-1391 Family (of Sally [Shirley Johnstone] Kent), 1952-1970
(correspondence with parents and assorted relatives, including: family news, the Kents' trips abroad, and Estate of Aunt Netta [Benetta Johnstone])
5178 1392-1571 Fan Mail, undated, 1907-1971
(letters about Kent's art, writings, and politics, with frequent requests for autographs, photographs, and advice, with some replies from Kent; also fan letters from Kent to others in praise of their service, ideas, and work)
Reel Frames
5179 2-1556 Fan Mail, cont.
Reel Frames
5180 1-1583 Fan Mail, cont.
Reel Frames
5181 2-652 Fan Mail, cont.
5181 unfilmed Farm, 1943-1970
(routine correspondence and bills; printed matter from New York Department of Agriculture and agriculture associations; cattle registration)
5181 653-663 Farm Research, 1941
5181 664-681 Farmers' Educational and Cooperative Union of America, 1947-1951
(correspondence about political activities and controversy over Iowa leadership)
5181 682-711 Farmers' Union of the New York Milk Shed, 1942-1952
5181 712-716 Farnsworth, Dan, undated, 1950
5181 717-737 Farnsworth, Kicki (Mrs. Robert P. Farnsworth), 1941-1945
5181 741-749 Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., 1931-1939
(concerning commissions for book illustrations and cover designs)
5181 738-740 Farrar, John, 1927
5181 750-752 Farrar, Straus and Company, Incorporated, undated
5181 753-755 Farrell, Isabella, 1945
5181 756-759 Fast, Francis, undated
5181 760-796 Fast, Howard, 1950-1955
(correspondence about book illustration and promotion of Fast's books; activities of various pacifist organizations)
5181 797-801 Fastholm, Jorgen, 1950
5181 802-810 Faulkner, Barry, 1908
5181 811-815 Faulkner, Ray, 1941
5181 816-819 Faulkner, William, 1965
(correspondence with biographer about Faulkner)
5181 820-824 Faven, Mauri, 1959-1960
5181 825-840 Fay, Margaret Elsie, 1956-1957, 1968
5181 841-954 Federal Arts Project, Works Progress Administration, 1936-1939
(letters to the president and other elected officials urging support of federal fine arts legislation; printed matter of Union of Professional Workers of America; correspondence with Kent outlining strategies for lobbying; see also: WPA Miscellaneous)
5181 955-959 Federal Communications Commission, 1941, 1946
5181 960-1033 Federal Fine Arts Department, 1940
5181 1034-1037 Federal Union, 1942
5181 1038-1041 Federal Works Agency, United States Housing Authority, 1941
5181 1042-1080 Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration, 1938-1939
(correspondence and printed matter; Kent's comments on poor design and printing of some of its projects; see also: WPA Miscellaneous)
5181 1081-1084 Federation for Constitutional Rights, 1941
5181 1085-1089 Federation of Jewish Charities, 1942-1943
5181 1090-1092 Feek, Isabel (Mrs. Dwight Lyman Feek), undated
5181 1093-1248 Feild, Robin (Robert), 1950-1951, undated
(correspondence about modernism, and the role of art and the artist in economic and cultural revolution; plans to write a book together, with partial manuscript on their philosophy of art as the expression of human experience; professional intimidation of Feild for his political ideas)
5181 1249-1268 Feild-Kent Manuscript, circa 1950-1952
5181 1269-1374 Fejes, Claire, 1959-1971
5181 unfilmed Fence Dispute (see also: Cowdin, Cheever and Katherine), 1957-1959
5181 unfilmed Fencing Agreements, 1957-1958
5181 1375-1383 Fendley, Francis, 1941-1946
5181 unfilmed Fernandez, Pablo, 1939-1941, undated
(letters, drawings, and schoolwork of Spanish foster child; see also: Foster Parents' Plan)
5181 1384-1393 Feuchtwanger, Lion and Harta, 1955-1959
5181 1394-1398 Field, Earl, 1958
5181 1399-1401 Eugene Field Society, 1941
5181 1402-1441 Fifth Amendment Statement and Questionnaire, 1953-1954
5181 unfilmed Fifth Ave. Bank of N.Y., 1921-1922
(account statements and canceled checks)
5181 1442-1470 Fifty Famous American Paintings, 1940
(lists of best contemporary American artists, and questionnaire developed by Kent and Carl Zigrosser for Living American Art, Inc.; plan for mail order marketing of reproductions; see also: Living American Art, Inc.)
5181 1471-1524 Fifty Print Show, 1925-1928
(correspondence concerning the administrative details of selecting works and writing catalogs for Fifty Prints of the Year exhibitions)
5181 1525-1532 Fight for Freedom, Inc., 1941
5181 1533-1537 Films for Democracy, 1939
5181 1538-1545 Findley, Maida, 1941
5181 1546-1552 Finkelstein, C., 1949
5181 1553-1575 Finkelstein, Sidney (Vanguard Recording Society), 1955-1970
(correspondence regarding record cover designs, music and musicians; books by Kent, Finkelstein, and Irene Downes; Kent's Moscow exhibition and passport lawsuit; see also: Vanguard Recording Society)
Reel Frames
5182 2-111 Finkelstein, Sidney (Vanguard Recording Society), cont.
5182 112-1541 Finney, Kathleen Kent [daughter] and Peter, 1937-1971
(family news; divorce and protracted attempts to recover alimony and child support payments; Kathleen's and her mother's health; financial problems and employment; children's schooling; letters and drawings by her children; see also: Kent, Kathleen)
5182 1542-1546 Finnish Hall, Inc., 1941
Reel Frames
5183 3-339 Fire, 1969
Reel Frames
5182 1547-1580 Fire and Pumpkin Broadcast, 1948-1949
(letters of congratulations on Kent's Christmas broadcast; letters of thanks for lithograph given as Christmas gifts)
Reel Frames
5183 340-347 Fischel, Lillian, 1941
5183 348-352 Carl Fischer Musical Instrument Co., Inc., 1951-1952
5183 unfilmed Fishing Rights, 1941-1942
(correspondence and legal documents concerning purchase of federal landbank easements)
5183 353-383 Fisk University, 1944-1960
(correspondence about gifts of prints and painting to the university; invitation to participate in a seminar on art and music)
5183 384-387 FitzGerald, Chuck, 1967
5183 388-391 Fitzgerald, Gerald, 1945
5183 392-593 Fitzgerald, James, 1953-1970
(correspondence about family, mutual friends, and Kent house on Monhegan; see also: Monhegan)
5183 594-598 FitzGerald, Jean, 1965
5183 599-603 Flannagan, Margharita, 1942
5183 604-606 Fleming Museum Art Association, 1938
5183 617-705 Fles, Bartold, 1965-1970
5183 607-609 Flint, S. L., 1948
5183 610-612 The Florida Sportsman, 1946
5183 613-616 Florsheim, Richard A., 1955
5183 706-779 Floyd Bennett Field Murals, 1940
(clippings about WPA murals by August Henkel and Eugene Chodorow destroyed because of alleged Communist content, with letters of protest and plans for organizing public demonstrations; see also: "Hate" Mail)
5183 780-782 Flynn, Elizabeth Curley, 1950
5183 783-807 Folensbee, Bradley J., Jr., 1955-1964
5183 815-825 Foley, Marion Riggs, undated, 1960-1961
5183 826-828 Foner, Mrs., 1953
5183 829-832 Foner, Philip S., 1966
5183 833-842 Forbes, John Ripley, 1945
5183 843-846 Forbes, Juliette E., 1965
5183 847-865 Forbes, Rev. Kenneth Ripley, 1953-1965
5183 877-880 Ford, Julia Ellsworth, 1944
5183 866-872 The Ford Foundation, 1959
5183 873-876 Ford Hall Forum, 1942
5183 881-883 Ford Motor Company, 1954
5183 808-814 Foreign Correspondents Dinner-Forum, 1941
5183 884-1096 Foreign Editions of Rockwell Kent Works, 1937, 1946-1969
(correspondence about copyrights and reproduction permissions)
5183 1097-1169 Foreman, Clark and Mairi, 1957-1971
5183 1170-1174 The Forest Preserve Association of New York State, 1941
5183 1175-1194 Form Letters
(used by dairy; also, for standard replies to fan mail)
5183 1195-1198 Fort Hamilton High School, 1942
5183 1199-1202 Fort Worth Art Center, 1965
5183 1203-1213 Fortune, 1942-1943
5183 1214-1255 Fossum, Syd and Bunny, 1942-1943, 1960-1970
5183 1256-1280 Foster, Barbara, 1936-1938
(correspondence with and about psychiatric patient boarding with the Kents; manuscript of novel by Foster [ms. not filmed])
5183 1281-1284 Foster, Lillian Fargo, 1966
5183 unfilmed Foster Parents' Plan (for War Children, Inc.), 1939-1940
(form letters to participants; receipts for contributions; see also: Alejos, Elidea Pinto; Fernandez, Pablo)
5183 1285-1289 Four Continent Book Corporation, 1943, 1954
5183 1290-1292 4-H Club, 1961
5183 1293-1305 Fowler, Alfred, 1957
5183 1306-1319 Fox, Dr. Dixon Ryan, 1944
5183 1320-1326 Fractenberg, Harry, 1939, 1948
5183 1327-1329 Frampton, Mr., 1946
5183 1330-1333 France, Clemens J., 1952
5183 1334-1450 France, Royal W. and Ruth, 1957-1966
5183 1451-1454 Frane, Sydney, 1955
5183 1455-1459 Frankfort Distilleries, Incorporated, 1942
5183 1460-1465 Frantz, Ruth Chappell, 1953
5183 1466-1564 Fraternal Outlook, 1948, undated
(articles and texts of radio speeches on labor, Ukrainian Folk Festival, economy, and presidential election)
Reel Frames
5184 2-21 Fraternal Outlook, cont.
5184 22-35 Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta (see also: Phi Gamma Delta), 1941, 1945, 1955
5184 36-38 Fredenburgh, Theodore, 1938
5184 39-45 Free Denmark, Inc., 1941
5184 46-241 Free Work, 1943-1947, 1959-1960
(correspondence about drawings donated to various causes for their publications or fund-raising efforts; see also: Causes; Charities; Contributions; Gifts, Helpees)
5184 242-244 Free World Association, 1941
5184 245-249 Freedman, Ruth, 1930
5184 250-252 Freedom of the Press Co., Inc., 1942
5184 253-255 The Freeman, 1954
5184 256-259 Freeman, Bernard, 1941
5184 260-264 Freeman, Fred, 1955
5184 265-286 Freeman, Harry and Vera, 1959-1970
5184 287-289 French, George F., 1924
5184 290-866 Freuchen, Peter and Magda, Peter and Dagmar, 1945-1957 1929-1945;
(correspondence about Freuchen's and Kent's writings, reviews and translations; Freuchen on trip to the Arctic, USSR, and South America; news of family and mutual friends; biographical notes on Freuchen; Freuchen's experiences in Hollywood and shooting commercial films in Alaska; opening of air routes to Greenland; lecture itineraries; effect of World War II on Denmark; divorce and remarriage, with detailed plans for wedding at Asgaard; national and international politics, including 1948 Wallace campaign and labor movement; helping friends find publishers; clippings and photographs)
5184 867-869 Friday, Inc., 1940
5184 870-874 Friedman, Arnold, 1945
5184 875-939 Friel, Edward, 1956-1957
(Kent's comments about Friel's article on color theory, with copy of Friel's letter to Arthur U. Pope)
5184 940-951 Friel, J. Whiting, 1952, 1957
5184 952-961 Friends of Democracy, Inc., 1941
5184 962-966 Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade (see also: Abraham Lincoln Brigade), 1938
5184 967-969 Friends Service Committee, 1957
5184 970-994 Friendship House (Union of Soviet Societies for Friendship and Cultural Exchange with Foreign Countries), 1960
(correspondence about exhibition and gift of Kent paintings to the organization; see also: Gift Correspondence; and Kent Collection)
5184 995-1094 Friendship Societies, 1962-1969
5184 1095-1166 Fritchman, Rev. Stephen (First United Methodist Church, Los Angeles, Calif.), 1948-1961
(correspondence about pacifist activities, world politics and their experiences with House Un-American Activities Committee; news of family and mutual friends; donation of Kent prints for church fund raising)
5184 1167-1371 Froelich, Ludwig W., 1941-1970
(correspondence about advertising work with detailed discussion of technical aspects of printing; Kent collectors; publication of Kent portfolio)
5184 unfilmed Fuel Coupons, 1943-1945
(see also: Rationing Correspondence)
5184 1372-1374 Fuess, Claude M., 1936
5184 1375-1382 Fuller, Ann, 1951, 1958
5184 1383-1388 Fuller, William Allison, 1939
5184 1389-1402 The Fund for the Republic, Inc., 1955-1957
5184 1403-1422 Funeral, 1971
(see also: Condolence Letters and Sympathy Cards; and Memorial Portfolio)
5184 1423-1443 Funny Letters, 1931-1938
5184 1444-1446 Funt, Mrs., 1953
5184 1447-1453 Fur Dressers' and Dyers' Unions, 1953, 1956
5184 1454-1463 Furlong, Lt. Col. Charles Wellington, 1922, 1966-1967
5184 1464-1480 Furman, Erwin (The Print Rooms, Los Angeles, Calif.), 1954
(about exhibition and sale of Kent prints and illustrated books; correspondence about pricing; final sales report)
5184 1481-1485 Furtseva, Ekaterina A., 1969
5184 1486-1491 Fyans, Catherine, 1947, 1949
5184 1492-1493 F, Illegible
(Bill Fro[illegible], 1968)
5184 1494-1499 Gaeth, Arthur, 1948
5184 1500-1503 Gahn, Joseph A., 1965
5184 1504-1531 Gaige, Crosby, 1928-1946
(correspondence concerning publication of Unser Kent, a poem by Waldo Peirce, illustrated by Kent; see also: Peirce, Waldo)
5184 1532-1535 The Galesburg Civic Art League, 1942
5184 1536-1538 The Gallery of Modern Art, 1965
5184 1539-1566 Gallery of Modern Masters, 1937-1938
(arrangements for exhibition, with correspondence concerning pricing and sales)
Reel Frames
5185 2-38 Gallery of Modern Masters, cont.
5185 39-43 Gallery of the Society of Beaux Arts Architects, 1911
5185 44-95 Gamble & Co. (T. S. Gamble), 1929-1930
(regarding advertising work)
5185 96-104 The Gamut Arts Club, 1941
5185 105-107 Garber, Frederick W., 1940
5185 unfilmed Garden, 1940-1944
(printed matter, orders for seeds)
5185 Garden City Publishing Co. (see: Shakespeare)
5185 108-114 Gardner, Mary, 1955
5185 115-119 Garlin, Martha Millet, 1952
5185 120-122 Garlin, Sender, 1969
5185 123-126 Garrett, Paul, 1946
5185 Garrow, Patsy (see: Patsy [Garrow])
5185 127-129 Garso Family, 1946
5185 130-142 Gauld, Charles A., 1941
(correspondence about labor conditions and politics in Puerto Rico and South America)
5185 143-146 Gay, Evelyn, 1959-1960
5185 147-264 Gay, Frances Kent [second wife] and Grisha (Gregory), 1945-1970
(correspondence about Frances's health, family, and friends; see also: Kent, Frances; Lee Family)
5185 265-269 Gebert, Boleslaw, 1962
5185 367-370 Geckler, Inge, 1942
([contents of file filmed out of sequence, not with target])
5185 271-365 Geckler, Martha and Alex, 1914-1915, 1942-1966
(correspondence about world politics, labor movement, and family news)
5185 371-387 Gelders, Joseph S., 1938, 1941
(concerning Gelders' campaign for election to the Alabama state legislature)
5185 388-393 Gellert, Hugo, 1952, 1954
5185 394-397 Gellert, Lawrence, 1951
5185 398-402 Gem Specialty Co., 1944-1945
5185 403-576 General Electric Company, 1934-1951
(about gifts of cigarettes and radio for Greenland trip; commission to illustrate company calendars)
5185 577-749 General Electric Company Mural, 1938-1939
(correspondence concerning the commission and execution of a mural for GE building in 1939 World's Fair; cost estimates, publicity, contracts)
5185 750-754 George, Mike, 1941
5185 755-758 George Washington Carver School, 1946
5185 759-829 Georgetown Graphics Gallery, 1962-1966
5185 830-847 Geppert, O. E., 1960-1961
5185 848-900 Gerard, Sanford (Jerry), 1945-1948
(correspondence concerning advertising illustrations; economics and politics; see also: Benton & Bowles, Inc.)
5185 901-905 Gerdy, Viola, 1951
5185 906-910 German-American Emergency Conference, 1942
5185 911-915 German Peace Committee, 1963
5185 916-920 Gerner, Olive (Mrs. Morris I. Gerner), 1956
5185 921-947 Gero, Ed (North End Tavern Mural, etc.), 1939
(about mural for Plattsburgh, N.Y., tavern by Arto Monaco, supervised by Kent; subsequent controversy over payment and authorship)
5185 948-953 Gesslein, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, 1956, 1959
5185 954-972 Get-Well Cards, 1971
5185 973-977 Giblin, Jane, 1953
5185 978-984 Gibson, Douglas Wood, 1945, 1947
5185 985-1088 Gibson, Earl, 1960-1970
5185 1089-1094 Gibson, Edith, 1943
5185 1095-1290 Gift Correspondence, 1960
(concerning Kent Collection exhibition and presentation of paintings; also, Russian edition of Salamina, N by E, and Moby Dick; texts of speeches by Kent given in the USSR, and article for Literaturnaya Gazeta; letters of commendation for gift; letters to family and friends describing Sochi Sanitorium, travel plans, etc.; see also: Friendship House; and Kent Collection)
5185 1291-1358 Gift Fan Mail (Vietnam), 1967
(letters of tribute and appreciation for donating Lenin Peace Prize money to National Liberation Front of South Vietnam; see also: Lenin Peace Prize)
5185 1359-1485 Gifts, Helpees, etc., 1941-1946
(correspondence with individuals and institutions in answer to requests for financial support; see also: Appeals; Causes; Charities; Contributions; Free Work; and organizations by name)
5185 1486-1502 Gill, Richard, 1946-1948
5185 1503-1507 Gillen, Ted, 1954
5185 1508-1512 Gillmor, Daniel S., 1950, 1955
5185 1513-1518 Gilmore, Eddy, 1950, 1953
5185 1519-1571 Gilpatric, Camille and Mima, 1950-1952
(includes Kent's advice on Mima's problems and education, politics, and news of mutual friends)
Reel Frames
5186 2-4 Enrico Glicenstein Memorial Committee, 1943
5186 5-65 Glicenstein, Romano, 1943-1946
(correspondence with Glicenstein family, Lynd Ward, and Paul Manship regarding plans for publication of a book about Enrico Glicenstein and an exhibition of his sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art; text of introduction and biographical essay by Kent)
5186 66-83 Glidden, N., undated, 1956-1957, 1965
5186 84-93 Glintenkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Chinnie, 1948
5186 94-117 Glory Halleluja, 1944-1945
(letters of thanks for Kent's Christmas print)
5186 118-122 Godecki, Capt., 1960-1961
5186 123-125 Gold, Fay, undated, 1948
5186 126-128 Goldberg, Dr. Bernard I., 1948
5186 129-635 Goldblum, Sunny (see also: Greenberg, Sunny and George), 1963-1966
5186 636-644 Goldburg, Rabbi Robert E., 1959
5186 Golden, Samuel (see: American Artists Group, Inc.)
5186 645-653 The Golden Rule Foundation, 1942
5186 654-656 Goldman, Chaplain Albert A., 1945
5186 657-660 Goldman, Marcus I., 1953
5186 661-664 Goldstein, A., 1941
5186 665-669 Goldstein, Ben, 1969-1970
5186 670-673 Goldway, Tillie, undated
5186 674-677 Golterman, Guy, 1957
5186 678-687 Gomme, Laurence, 1941-1946, 1971
5186 688-724 Good, Estrid (see also: Bannister, Estrid), 1963-1970
5186 725-730 Good Housekeeping, 1955
5186 731-738 Goode, S. Katherine, 1955, 1957
5186 739-745 Goodnews Bay Mining Co., 1957
5186 746-752 Goodwin, Mary Nash, 1949
5186 753-822 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Inc., 1945
(correspondence about advertising work)
5186 823-829 Gordon, Douglas H., 1955
5186 830-833 Gordon, Helen and Bill, 1970
5186 834-1043 Gordon, Jesse, 1955-1969
(correspondence about passport lawsuit and appearance before House Un-American Activities Committee; loan of money and art to Hugo Gellert that Kent had difficulty collecting; public relations services, and arrangements for radio and TV interviews; news releases; family news)
5186 1044-1046 Gordon, Kicki, undated
5186 1047-1056 Gordon, Dr. Leonard I. and Selma, undated, 1955-1956
5186 1057-1086 Gordon, Sara, 1951-1959
5186 1087-1089 Gorman, John C., 1970
5186 1090-1142 Gorton, John and Katie, 1968-1970
5186 1143-1145 Gtte, Irmgard, 1968
5186 1146-1155 Gottlieb, Bernard L., 1953
5186 1156-1193 Gottlieb, Harry, undated, 1958-1970
5186 1194-1206 Gould, Aubrey, 1970
5186 1207-1218 Gould, Carl Frelinghausen, 1941, 1952-1965
5186 1219-1233 Gould, Dorothy (Mrs. Carl Frelinghausen Gould), 1941-1945
5186 1234-1284 Government Agencies, 1941-1942
(correspondence about visual propaganda; artists as an untapped resource for the war effort; lack of respect and poor pay for artists; Kent posters)
5186 unfilmed Government Printing Office Lists, 1933
5186 1285-1312 Gowman, Owen Lau, 1933
(Rockwell Kent bibliography)
5186 unfilmed Grain Business, 1943-1946
(correspondence concerning orders and payments for cattle feed sold by Kent)
5186 1313-1316 The Gramophone Shop, Inc., 1947
5186 1317-1320 Grand Central Art Galleries, 1941
5186 1321-1325 Granetts, Lillian, 1957
5186 1326-1329 Grant, Julia C. L., undated
5186 1330-1333 Gray, Alberta, 1955
5186 1334-1342 Gray, Helen (Mrs. Alan Gray), 1950
5186 1343-1346 Gray, Walter, 1947-1948
5186 1347-1353 G. R. D. Studio, 1941
(letter and brochure about Kimon Nicolaides)
5186 1354-1357 Greater New York Industrial Union Council, 1942
5186 1358-1360 Green Mountain Festival of the Arts, 1941
5186 1361-1366 Green, Richard G., 1946
5186 1367-1373 Greenberg, May (see also: Shongood, May and Joe), 1963, 1966
5186 1374-1568 Greenberg, Sunny and George (see also: Goldblum, Sunny), 1966-1971
Reel Frames
5187 2-78 Greenberg, Sunny and George (see also: Goldblum, Sunny), cont.
5187 79-84 Greene, Andrew Ponder, 1943-1944
5187 85-89 Greene, W. E., 1953
5187 90-114 Grenfell Association, 1941
(correspondence about designng a Christmas card with Eskimo text)
5187 115-768 Greenland, 1928-1939, undated
(correspondence with Arthur Allen (owner of boat Direction) about crew and plans for 1929 trip to Greenland, securing permission from Danish government, procuring supplies; wrect of Direction; plans for subsequent trips in 1931 and 1934, with invoices and permission applications; news clippings and miscellaneous printed matter; lists of supplies and Eskimo vocabulary words; correspondence about death of Salamina; telegrams bwetween Greenland and Arizona concerning Frances's accident and recuperation in a sanatarium; requests from others for information and advice on Greenland exploration; lists, maps, miscellaneous printed matter, and writings; see also: Allen, Arthur S. and Family; and Daugaard-Jensen)
5187 769-919 Greenland Friends, 1940-1951, 1970
(news from friends; correspondence about government, political developments, and American soldiers (including Kent's son) stationed in Greenland)
5187 920-1029 Greenland Journal, 1962-1963; 1970-1971
5187 1030-1177; 1250-1406 Greenland Press (Manuel and Gertrude Greenwald), 1940-1950
(about design, production, and distribution of Kent bookplates; politics, Council for Soviet-American Friendship, organized labor, World War II; news of family and mutual friends [portion dated 1945-1950 filmed out of sequence]; see also: Greenwald, Manuel and Gertrude)
5187 1178-1246 Greenland Stamp, 1936-1952
(correspondence with collectors about unofficial stamp designed and printed by Kent in 1932; sample stamps; articles about the stamp)
5187 1247-1249 Greensweight, Mildred, 1941
5187 1407-1500 Greenwald, Manuel and Gertrude, 1951-1966, undated
(correspondence about family and friends, Kent peace stamp; see also: Greenland Press)
5187 1501-1538 Greenwald, Michael Rockwell, 1955-1959, 1965
5187 unfilmed Greenwich Trust Company, undated
(bank statement)
5187 1539-1570 Greetings to Students, 1942-1943
(letters to Russian students visiting the Kents for Christmas, 1942, and correspondence about the event; see also: Soviet Students)
Reel Frames
5188 2-11 Greetings to Students, cont.
5188 12-14 Greig, Jim, 1945
5188 15-53 Grey, Donald, 1934
(about management of Cleveland Print Club; commission to produce "print-of-the-month"; trial proof of Kaliman Kubinye print annotated with detailed instructions for preparing a "stylotint")
5188 54-97 The Greystone Corporation, 1950-1951
(concerning arrangements to reproduce Kent illustrations in 101 World's Classics; see also: 101 Classics)
5188 98-103 Grivin, Adolphe, 1949-1950
(correspondence about fabric design)
5188 104-107 The Grolier Club, 1964
5188 108-114 Groner, Duncan Goldthwaite, 1941
5188 115-185 Gropper, William, 1942-1969
(correspondence about artists in the war effort; Gropper's nomination of Kent for Ford Foundation fellowship; letter of protest to Franklin Watkins, chairman of the selection committee, concerning boycott of Kent's and Gropper's work in 1959 U.S. National Exhibition in Moscow)
5188 186-195 Grose, Eleanor, 1957-1959
5188 196-208 Grossett & Dunlap, Inc., 1952, 1967
5188 209-213 Grubin, Maurice, 1961
5188 214-290 Gruening, Senator Ernest, 1966-1970
5188 unfilmed Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 1936-1938
(canceled checks, statements, and correspondence about accounts)
5188 291-293 The Guardian, 1968
5188 294-307 Guarnaccia, Jean, undated
5188 308-311 Guarnaccia, Shirley and David, Jr., undated
5188 312-317 Guatemala, 1951
5188 318-439 Guggenheim Fellowship (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation), 1940-1956
(printed matter and letters of recommendation and evaluation for candidates: Norman Barr, Hans Bendix, Richard Brough, Elmer W. Brown, Byron Browne, Syd Fossum, Edward Friel, Sender Garlin, Dorothy F. Gould, Victoria Huntley, Eugene Konecky, Joseph Le Bopit, Harry Mayerovitch, Morris Neuwirth, Ladislas Segy, Ernst Trubach, Warsager and Velonis, Fred Willis, Sol Wilson, Taro Yashima)
5188 440-443 The Guild Artists Bureau, Inc., undated
5188 Guild for German Cultural Freedom (see: Radical Groups--Germany)
5188 444-450 D. Gumbiner, Inc., 1945
5188 451-495 Edward Gusakov, Inc., 1963-1966
5188 496-510 Gustafson, Inez and Don, undated, 1944-1950
5188 511-518 Gwathmey, Robert, 1951, 1953
5188 519-521 Gyldendalske, Boghandel, 1946
5188 522-525 Haase, Rudy, 1960
5188 526-530 Haber, Bill, 1954
5188 531-565 Haber, Joe, 1949-1952
(includes Kent correspondence with Charles Keller, Philip Evergood, and Lynd Ward about raising funds to aid Haber, an indigent handicapped artist; politics)
5188 566-568 Hackensack Hospital Association, 1957
5188 569-589 Hagan, Father Paul M., 1957-1958, 1968-1969
5188 590-592 Hagedorn, Mr., 1951
5188 593-633 Hague, Dr. Eliott B., 1964-1968
5188 634-639 Hahn, Bill and Anne, undated
5188 640-647 Haig, Quentin, 1942-1943
5188 648-650 Hair Beauty Information Bureau, 1941
5188 651-654 Haise, John D., 1949-1950
5188 655-688 Haitian Friends, 1957-1963
5188 689-691 Halcyon House, 1941
5188 692-696 Haliczer, B., 1953
5188 697-704 Hall, Fred J., 1915
5188 705-725 Hall, Joan and Ted, 1960-1964
5188 726-779 Hall, Rob and Micky, 1955-1956
(correspondence about The Daily Worker; plans to move to Plattsburgh area)
5188 780-813 Halla, Frederick A., 1967-1970
5188 814-860 Halle, Kay, 1953-1961
5188 861-864 Halle, Roger, 1941, 1946
5188 865-867 Hallenbeck's Old Book Shop, 1943
5188 868-874 Hallenberg, Mary, 1959
5188 875-877 Hallinan, Vincent, 1952
5188 878-1003 Halpin, Leonard M., 1941-1942, 1953-1970
5188 1004-1006 Hamilton, Nancy, 1939
5188 1007-1011 Hamilton, Nora, 1941-1942
5188 1012-1016 Hamlin, Marston, 1961
5188 1017-1025 Hammerskjold, Dag, 1956
5188 1026-1029 Hammon, Barbara, 1951
5188 1030-1032 Hancher, M., 1933
5188 1033-1055 Handwriting Analyses, R.K., 1927-1951
(correspondence with graphologists concerning analysis of the handwriting of Kent and his father; see also: Perl, Dr. William R.)
5188 1056-1106 Hanson, Earl and Charlotte, 1936-1960
(about Puerto Rico, with text of article by Hanson on the subject; House Un-American Activities Committee)
5188 1107-1347 Harbor Gallery, 1965-1969
5188 1348-1350 Harcave, Mrs. R., 1948
([poor contrast due to smoke damage makes text illegible])
5188 1351-1558 Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1928-1966
(correspondence concerning Kent-illustrated books; design, production, and promotion of N by E, Rockwellkentiana, and Salamina; royalties)
Reel Frames
5189 2-450 Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., cont.
5189 451-455 Hard, Walter, 1947
5189 456-469 Harding, Dorothy Sturgis, 1958
5189 470-482 Harding, Nancy Pomeroy, 1951, 1964
5189 483-497 Hardoff, Y., 1953-1954
5189 498-500 Hardy, Dean, 1947
5189 501-503 Hardy, Marian, undated
5189 504-511 Hargrave, W. H., 1960-1966
5189 512-515 Harlem Victory Council, 1942
5189 516-576 Harlow, Keppel & Co., Inc., 1941-1950
(about exhibitions and sales of Kent prints; see also: Keppel, David)
5189 577-578 Harper's Bazaar, 1933
5189 580-582 Harper's Magazine, 1947
5189 583-588 Harrington, Judge Charles M., 1941-1945
5189 589-592 Harrington, Jeremiah F., 1950
5189 593-596 Harrington, R., undated
5189 597-628 Harris, Dr. and Mrs. Harold J., undated, 1941-1970
5189 629-631 Joseph Harris Co., 1954
5189 632-636 Harris, Ray Baker, 1942
5189 637-648 Harris, Sally, 1964-1965
5189 649-769 Hart, Leo, 1930-1937, 1946-1947, 1963
(correspondence concerning illustrations for Venus and Adonis, legal agreement, and financial arrangements; dispute over royalty payments)
5189 770-1229 Hart, Linda, 1968-1970
5189 1230-1234 Hart, Virginia C., 1942
5189 1235-1283 Hartley, Marsden, 1911-1912
(letters about Hartley's life in Paris, modern art in France and Germany, spirituality, Gertrude Stein, Matisse, Picasso, and color, and urging Kent to bring his family to Europe for a year or two)
5189 1284-1287 Hartman, Ralph, 1941
5189 1288-1290 Hartman, Ruth, 1970
5189 1291-1304 The Harvard Hound and Horn, 1927-1931
(concerning commission for cover design)
Reel Frames
5156 1305-1307 Harvard University Press, 1948
Reel Frames
5189 1308-1313 Harvey, Earl J., 1945, 1948
5189 1314-1317 Harvey, John, 1915
5189 1318-1320 Haskell, Douglas, 1959
5189 1321-1362 Haskell, Rosemary, 1956-1966
5189 1363-1365 Hastings House, Inc., 1951
5189 1366-1371 Hatch, Louise, 1948
5189 1372-1381 Hatch, Richard, 1948
5189 1382-1393 "Hate" Mail, 1950
(regarding Kent's political beliefs and activities; see also: Floyd Bennett Field Murals; Murder; and Nuts)
5189 1394-1397 Hathaway, Marion, 1941
5189 1398-1402 Hawley, Peter, 1965
5189 1403-1408 Hayden, Sterling, 1957
5189 1409-1411 Haydon, Harold, 1941
5189 1412-1528 Hays, Lee, 1945-1956, undated
(correspondence about the labor movement, Hays's songwriting and performances, People's Songs, Inc.; see also: Peoples' Songs, Inc. Radical Groups--Sharecroppers)
5189 1529-1531 Health Officer, Town of Jay, 1949
5189 unfilmed Health Records--Farm, Dairy, 1945-1948
5189 1532-1537 Hearn's Liquor Store, 1944-1947
5189 1538-1562 Heath, Ogden, 1933-1964
(correspondence about a painting loaned to an invalid and eventually recalled for sale)
Reel Frames
5190 2-10 Heath, Ogden, cont.
5190 11-65 Heavy, Heavy Hangs over Thy Head, 1946-1950
(letters of thanks for Kent's 1946 Christmas lithograph; requests for photos of the print)
5190 66-71 Hechenbleikner, Louis, 1960-1962
5190 72-74 Hecht, Dr. Alfred J., 1953
5190 75-78 Heeney, Rev. Harry R., 1959
5190 79-91 Heifetz, Harold, 1961-1963
5190 92-232 Heilbut, Ivan, 1942-1943
(correspondence about attempts to assist refugee writer in finding publishers for his novel and plays; see also: American Guild for German Cultural Freedom; Emergency Rescue Committee)
5190 233-239 Heiman, Beatrice, undated
5190 240-254 Heiman, Grace, 1943
5190 255-261 Heineman, Heinz, 1965-1970
5190 262-266 Heinze, W. P., 1956
5190 267-272 Helck, Peter, 1948
5190 273-1177 Heller, Bob and Jeannie, 1939-1959
(correspondence about Heller's and Kent's writings; family and mutual friends; armed forces radio and films; politics, and Kent's statement on how McCarthyism affected his own career, for a book by Heller; plans for the Kent Collection; passport lawsuit and Freedom to Travel exhibition; beginnings of commercial television in Great Britain)
5190 1178-1180 Hellman, Lillian, 1941
5190 1181-1184 The Hemisphere Corporation, 1941
5190 1185-1191 Henderson, Keith and Lelia, 1952, 1965
5190 1192-1196 Henner, Edna and Hi, undated, 1947
5190 1197-1203 Henri, Robert, 1910, 1919, undated
(includes notice of Henri School of Art "Stupendous Costume Ball" and melodrama, Caught with the Goods)
5190 1204-1206 Herber, S., 1925
5190 1207-1209 Herberts, Mrs., 1947
5190 1210-1213 The Heritage Press, 1942
5190 1214-1220 Herman, Beatrice, 1948
5190 1221-1224 Herndon, Angelo, 1939
5190 1225-1281 Hester, General Hugh B., 1961-1970
5190 1282-1284 Hewston, Mrs., 1945
5190 1285-1287 Hickey, Francis P., 1946
5190 1288-1290 Hicks, Granville, 1938
5190 1291-1297 Frances Higgins vs. William Higgins, 1922
(divorce decree of Frances Lee [Kent], second wife)
5190 1298-1300 Higgins, Thomas, 1966
5190 1301-1303 Higgins, Tom, 1948
5190 1304-1309 Highlander Folk School, 1941
5190 1310-1313 Highroad, 1944
5190 1314-1317 Hill, Maude C., 1948
5190 1318-1321 Hilton Hotel, 1946
5190 1322-1324 Hines, Duncan, 1947
5190 1325-1568 Hinrichs, Hans, 1942-1966
(correspondence concerning purchases and loans of paintings; commissions to write and illustrate a centennial history of Rahr Malting Co., and design trademark, bookplates, and Christmas card; see also: Rahr, Guido; and To Thee)
Reel Frames
5191 2-443 Hinrichs, Hans, cont.
5191 444-447 Hinsdell, Oliver, 1943
5191 448-454 Hirschl & Adler, 1931
5191 455-460 Hiscock, J. W., 1953
5191 461-474 History of Manitowoc Co. [Wisc.?] Rahr Family (see also: Hinrichs, Hans; Rahr, Guido; and To Thee), 1948
5191 475-477 Hoar, Frank, 1954
5191 478-480 Hoard, Prescott, 1925
5191 481-483 Hobart, Alice Tisdale, 1953
5191 484-488 Hoberg, John, 1941
5191 489-491 Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1926
5191 492-497 Hodgins, Eleanor Tracy, 1953
5191 498-505 Hoffman, Charles G., 1946-1947
5191 506-508 Hoffman, Stanford E., undated
5191 509-511 Hoffman, William W., 1946
5191 512-518 Hogarth, Paul, 1958
5191 519-524 Hoggson, Donald, 1951
5191 525-529 Hoggson, Ella, 1952
5191 530-533 Henry Holt and Company, Inc., Publishers, 1947
5191 534-538 HoltenMoeller, Hugo, 1944-1945
5191 unfilmed Hom-Gas Contract, 1950
(utilities for Asgaard Farm)
5191 539-580 Homar, Larry, 1962-1971
5191 581-584 Hoogstraten, W. N., undated
5191 585-587 Hope, Bob, 1953
5191 588-605 Horace Mann School, 1911, 1950, 1961-1963
5191 Horley, F. V. (see: Faber & Faber, Ltd., Publishers)
5191 unfilmed Horses, 1940-1950
(about purchase of horses, training, maintenance, and equipment)
5191 606-609 Horton, H. Leavitt, 1948
5191 610-614 Horvath, Mr., undated, 1948, 1959
5191 615-678 Horwitt, Nathan George, 1927, 1950-1952, 1963-1968
5191 679-685 Hotel Bristol, 1945
5191 686-689 Hotel Drake, 1944
5191 690-708 Hotel Lexington, 1943-1948
5191 709-711 Hotel Piccadilly, 1947
5191 712-714 Hotel Vanderbilt, 1943
5191 715-749 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1931-1936, 1966
(correspondence concerning book illustration)
5191 750-752 The Hour Publishers, 1952
5191 753-764 Hourwich, Rebecca, 1928-1929
(correspondence about plans for Country Life article on Kent household)
5191 765-1561 House, 1939-1954
(correspondence and invoices relating to routine maintenance, supplies, equipment, and improvements; also, warranties and printed matter concerning purchases)
Reel Frames
5192 2-38 House, cont. 1954
5192 39-42 House, Virginia Lou, 1939
5192 43-46 Housinau, Howard and Marie, 1955
5192 47-102 E. T. Howard Company (Art Reference Bureau), 1942-1943
(concerning commissions for illustrations and magazine covers)
5192 103-129 Howard, Francis Nunan, 1966, 1969
5192 130-139 Howell, Ferdinand, 1919-1922
5192 140-146 Howell, Jack and Kay, 1956-1957
5192 148-149 Hoxsey, Dean C., 1960
5192 150-161 Hoxsey, Lowell and Ella, 1950-1961
5192 162-166 Huberman, Leo, 1950, 1953
5192 167-175 Hubert, Anne and Ed, 1964-1971
5192 176-198 Hudowalski, Grace, 1941-1945
5192 199-243 Hughes, Charles C., 1957-1961
(regarding purchase of a print; also, poem about Kent by Hughes)
5192 244-254 Human Engineering Laboratory, 1947-1949
5192 255-257 William Hunrath Co., Inc., 1960
5192 Huntley, Victoria Hutson (see: Hutson, Victoria)
5192 258-260 Hurd, Clem, 1949
5192 261-264 Hurd, Edith, undated
5192 265-267 Hurok, Sol, undated
5192 268-271 Hurst, Edna M., 1951
5192 272-274 Huson, Gordon, 1950
5192 275-311 Hutchins, Robert, 1955-1957
(includes correspondence about Kent's passport lawsuit)
5192 312-314 Hutchins, Mrs., 1946
([too dark to be legible])
5192 315-357 Hutson [Huntley], Victoria, 1927-1933, 1947
(correspondence about Hutson's lecture on Kent, and letters of recommendation)
5192 unfilmed W. E. Hutton & Co., 1947-1950
(statements, receipts, and orders to purchase and sell stock)
5192 358-584 Hyde, Lawrence and Bettye, 1946, 1949-1952
(about publication and distribution of Southern Cross, Hyde's novel in woodcuts with an introduction by Kent; reviews)
Reel Frames
5256 14-25 H, Unidentified and Illegible, 1945-1969
(Faye, 1968-1969; Halfdan H., 1964; Jane M. H., 1957; Jessica Hei[?], 1945)
Reel Frames
5192 585-589 Iannelli, Alfonso, 1954
5192 590-592 Imported Publications & Products, 1959
5192 593-603 In Fact, 1942-1946
5192 604-645 Incorporation, 1919
5192 646-683 Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, Inc., 1944-1946
(bylaws, meeting announcements, and invitations to speak)
5192 684-690 Independent Voters' Committee of the Arts and Sciences for Roosevelt, 1944
5192 691-710 Indian Hill, 1951-1952
(correspondence about summer music camp planned by Mordecai Bauman)
5192 711-715 Indonesian Veterans Group of the U.S. Armed Forces, 1946
5192 716-851 Information Bureau of the Soviet Union, 1941-1943, undated
(correspondence concerning exhibition, speaking engagement, politics, Soviet-American friendship, fund raising for Russian war relief, news of mutual friends; miscellaneous printed matter; see also: Kon, Louis)
5192 852-856 Information Please, 1945
5192 857-905 Inquiries, 1962-1970
5192 906-913 Institute for Cultural Exchange thru Photography, 1965, 1968
5192 914-916 Institute of American Sporting Art, Inc., 1941
5192 917-927 Institute of Life Insurance, 1942
5192 928-972 Institute of Soviet-American Relations, undated
5192 973-976 Institution for the Chinese Blind, 1942
([target incorrectly reads: Institute for the chinese Blind])
5192 unfilmed Insurance, 1941-1960
5192 977-980 Inter-American Cultural Relations, 1941
5192 981-983 International Committee for Political Prisoners, 1942
5192 984-1009 International Institute for Peace, 1958, 1961
(mainly form letters)
5192 1010-1017 International Institute of Arts and Letters, 1958-1960
(invitation to submit application; membership certificate)
5192 1018-1236 International Labor Defense, 1937-1946
(inquiries about cover designs, invitations to serve on committee, correspondence about article by Kent for its newsletter; reports, minutes, and other printed matter)
5192 1237-1262 The International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, 1943-1959
5192 1263-1266 International Lyceum Association, 1943
5192 International Mark Twain Society (see: Clemens, Cyril)
5192 1267-1282 International Publishers, 1946, 1948, 1966
5192 1283-1287 International Rescue and Relief Committee, 1942
5192 1288-1291 International Student Service of the United States, 1941
5192 1292-1298 International Study Center, 1944
5192 1299-1528 International Workers Order, 1938-1955, 1960, undated
(correspondence concerning Kent's lecture tours, appointments to committees, promotion of This Is My Own, layout and design of IWO publications, conference plans and arrangements, international politics, Kent prints donated for fund-raising purposes, benefit traveling exhibition, IWO's 50th anniversary celebration, activities of local lodges, legal actions by and against IWO, insurance benefits, N.Y. State Insurance Department's campaign to dissolve IWO, Policyholders' Protective Committee, artists' place in the labor movement; printed matter; see also: Culture; Milgrom, Sam; Tallentire, Molly; Tallentire, Norman; and Trauber, Jerry)
Reel Frames
5193 2-1558 International Workers Order, cont.
Reel Frames
5194 2-403 International Workers Order, cont.
5194 404-450 Interviews, 1969, undated
(transcript of Paul Cummings interview of Kent for the Archives of American Art; questions for Florence Lehmann interview of Kent; transcript of unidentified interview)
5194 451-463 Introductions, 1917-1922
5194 464-677 Inverarity, Bruce, 1961-1971
5194 678-685 Investors League, Inc., 1946
5194 686-726 Invitation Lists
(lists and letters of acceptance/regret for cocktail party honoring Aaron Douglas, January 1939; cocktail party for unveiling of Kent mural, April 1939; Farmers for Wallace picnic, summer 1943)
5194 727-887 Irish Letters, 1926-1930, 1950, 1959-1966
(from friends in Ireland)
5194 888-890 Irish Parcels Exporters & Importers, 1958
5194 891-922 Irwin, Rose (see also: Sweeties), 1950-1952
5194 923-929 Isaacs, Stanley M., 1941-1945
5194 930-934 It's Me, O Lord!, undated, 1957, 1969
(reviews and publicity; see also: Autobiography)
5194 935-943 Ives, Burl, 1951
5194 944-947 Ivy College, undated, 1958
5194 948-950 Jackson, Ian, undated
5194 951-953 Jackson, J. O., 1956
5194 954-957 Jackson, W. E., 1941
5194 958-961 Arthur Jaffe Heliochrome Company, 1953
5194 962-964 Jahn, Anna and Otto, undated
5194 965-1376 James, Alexander and Family, undated, 1938-1967
(correspondence about Kent's writings, Danny's school problems and adventures in the merchant marine, Kent and James exhibitions, news of family and farming)
5194 1377-1542 Jamieson, Margaret, 1956-1970
(fan letters, and correspondence about Kent's books, politics, social issues, peace movement, and McCarthyism)
Reel Frames
5195 2-224 Jamieson, Margaret, cont.
5195 225-232 The Japanese-American Mirror, 1941
5195 233-235 Jay Taxpayers' Association (R.K., Chairman), undated
(brochure)
5195 236-250 Jefferson School, 1944-1947
5195 251-301 Jencks, Clinton and Virginia, 1955-1963
(correspondence about Clinton Jencks's case and appeal to Supreme Court; clippings)
5195 302-307 Jenofsky, Abraham, 1950
5195 308-320 Georg Jensen, Inc., 1946, 1949
(about silver and jewelry design)
5195 321-454 Jerome, V. J. (Jerry) and Alice, undated, 1965
(correspondence about politics, Browder case, antifascist youth magazine)
5195 unfilmed Jersey Creamline, Inc., 1945
(concerning herd requirements for marketing dairy products under the Jersey Creamline trademark)
5195 455-457 Jessup, Mrs. William, 1943
5195 458-471 Jewish Peoples Committee, 1941
5195 472-474 Jewish People's Fraternal Order, undated
5195 475-519 The Jewish Survey, 1941-1942
5195 520-522 Jewish War Veterans, 1962
5195 523-1518 Jobs, 1939-1952, 1963-1966
(correspondence with clients; invoices, and miscellaneous printed matter concerning illustration, advertising work, trademarks, etc.; see also: Bookplate Clients; Device Clients; and clients by name)
Reel Frames
5196 2-286 Jobs, cont.
5196 287-391 Jobs Not Completed, 1934-1953
5196 392-396 The Johnny Appleseed Bookshop, 1951
5196 397-449 Johnson, Albin E. (Jack), 1947-1969
5196 450-452 Johnson, Mrs. Arnold, 1955
5196 453-488 Johnson, Barbara (Mrs. J. Seward Johnson, Jr.), 1965-1970
5196 489-496 Johnson, Charlotte, 1958
5196 497-499 Johnson, Crockett, 1944
5196 554-556 Johnson, Dr., 1949
5196 500-505 Johnson, Oakley C., 1961
5196 506-513 Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation Incorporated and Human Engineering Laboratory, undated
5196 514-549 S. C. Johnson & Son [Johnson's Wax] Stock Certificate (E. Willis Jones), 1938
(correspondence, invoice, and two drawings)
5196 550-553 Johnson, William M., 1958-1959
5196 557-633 Johnstone, Shirley (see also: Kent, Sally), 1939-1940
(letter inquiring about secretarial position; letters from friends and relatives; target omitted)
Reel Frames
5740 10-33 Johnstone, Shirley (see also Kent, Sally), 1939-1940
(previously sealed correspondence with Kent regarding plans to travel to Plattsburg to assume her new position as his secretary, and personal letters)
Reel Frames
5196 634-638 Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, 1942
5196 639-663 Joint Committee to Defend WPA Workers, 1941-1942
5196 664-667 Jones, Caroline Merrick, 1947
5196 668-1534 Jones, Dan Burne and Jacquie, 1941, 1949-1969
(correspondence with Kent collector about: illustrated books and collecting, Jones's Kent bibliography, news of family and mutual friends, purchase of paintings and prints, decoration of Jones's home with Kent fabrics, discussion of Rockwell Kent Foundation, reviews of It's Me, O Lord, politics, opinions of Catholic Church)
Reel Frames
5197 3-868 Jones, Dan Burne and Jacquie, cont.
5197 Jones, E. Willis (see: S. C. Johnson & Son and Jones, Ruth and E.Willis)
5197 869-872 Jones, J. A., 1926
5197 873-876 Jones, John, undated
5197 877-879 Jones, Louis C., 1963
5197 880-885 Jones, Louise Seymour, 1943, 1946
5197 886-889 Jones, Mrs. Newton, 1941
5197 890-893 Jones, Ruth and E. Willis, 1957, 1960
5197 894-896 Josefsson, Mr. and Mrs. Johannes, 1948
5197 897-932 Josephson, Neil D., 1956-1960
(correspondence about polar explorations and Kent's Greenland stamp)
5197 933-935 Josephy, Robert, 1941
5197 936-941 Joslin, Peter, undated
5197 942-949 Joyce, Elaine and Martin, 1955
5197 950-958 Peter A. Juley & Son, 1938-1955
5197 959-967 The Junior League of the City of New York, Inc., 1942, 1944
5197 968-971 Junior Philatelic Americans, 1963, 1965
5197 972-978 Jury Duty, Essex Co., N.Y., 1946
5197 979-993 Justamon, Monique, 1950
5197 994-996 Justice Department, 1958
(books, politics, social issues, peace movement, and McCarthyism)
5197 997-1539 Kahn, Albert E. and Rietta, 1948-1961
(correspondence about: World Congress for Peace, national and international politics, Kahn's writings and passport case, International Workers Order insurance problems, peace movement, news of problems, peace movement, news of family and friends, Rietta's "Mistone" garden sculpture business, trips to the USSR, and Kent gift of paintings to Friendship House; manuscripts of Kahn articles; clippings)
Reel Frames
5198 3-1042 Kahn, Albert E. and Rietta, cont.
5198 1043-1047 Kahn, Arthur, 1950
5198 1048-1073 Kahn, Edith (Mrs. Mortiz Kahn), 1962-1970
5198 1074-1076 Kaplow, Alicia, 1966
5198 1077-1119 Kapp, Herman W., 1962-1966
5198 1120-1125 Kappa Pi Honorary Fraternity, 1942
5198 1126-1128 Kapustin, Razel, 1941
5198 1129-1134 Katcher, Stanley A., 1942
5198 1135-1151 Kautt, Alfhid, 1969-1970
5198 1152-1207 Kayden, Eugene M., 1950-1970
5198 1208-1210 Kazay, John J., 1965
5198 1211-1213 Keenan, Lawrence, 1952
5198 1214-1216 Keene Valley Hospital, 1963
5198 1217-1220 Keep America out of War Congress, 1941
5198 1221-1223 Keeseville Bakery, 1946
([too dark to be legible])
5198 1224-1258 Keller, Charles, 1949-1965
(correspondence about Keller's work, and family news; invitations to exhibitions)
5198 1259-1262 Kellogg, Ray S., 1954
5198 1263-1266 Kelly, Gerald, undated
5198 1267-1271 Kelly, Tim, 1945
5198 1272-1275 Kelsey, Leroy C., 1940-1941
5198 1276-1327 Kelsey, Mary, 1906, 1947-1948
(Easter postcard; correspondence regarding purchase of house on Monhegan Island, Maine)
5198 1328-1331 Kelsey, R., 1915
5198 1332-1336 Kenerdine, Blanche, 1941
5198 1337-1346 Kennedy, Anne Reid, 1962-1965
5198 1347-1351 Kennedy, Jocelyn Pierson [cousin], 1970
Reel Frames
5205 1095-1097 Kent, H. J., 1944
5205 1098-1115 Kent, Norman, 1942-1947, 1965
5205 1116-1121 Percy Kent Bag Co., Inc., 1945
5205 1122-1125 Kent, Richard T., 1970
5205 1126-1131 Kent, Sherman, 1967
Reel Frames
5199 117-323 Kent Collection, 1953-1947, 1960-1961
(transcript of VOKS Section of Fine Arts (Moscow) opinions of Kent's paintings, checklist with prices; letters of appreciation and commendation from Soviet citizens and officials for Kent exhibition and gift of paintings; see also: Gift Correspondence; and Friendship House)
Reel Frames
5198 Kent Family
5198 1353-1381 Kent, Barbara [daughter], 1919-1930
(correspondence with parents and brother; see also: Carter, Barbara Kent and Alan)
5198 1382-1528 Kent, Clara [daughter], 1918-1951, undated
(correspondence about school, employment, etc.; see also: Pearce, Cap and Clara Kent)
Reel Frames
5199 3-116 Kent, Clara [daughter], cont.
5199 324-534 Kent, Dorothy [sister], 1919, 1946-1970
(family news)
5199 535-567 Kent, Douglas [brother], 1947-1952
(about financial matters and health)
5199 568-1557 Kent, Frances [second wife], 1926-1943, undated
(mainly love letters, some of which are illustrated; also, correspondence about family and travels; a few letters from friends and mother-in-law; notebook with Eskimo translations; see also: Gay, Frances and Grisha; Frances Higgins vs. William Higgins; and Lee Family)
Reel Frames
5200 3-567 Kent, Frances [second wife], cont. 1926-1943, undated
Reel Frames
5740 34-789 Kent, Frances [second wife] (see also: Gay, Frances and Grisha), 1926-1948, undated
(previously sealed love letters and letters about daily events written to Rockwell while he was on lecture tours, during Frances's extended visits to Arizona, and after their divorce; some are illustrated)
Reel Frames
5200 568-587 Kent, Frances (Mrs. Percy Kent) [aunt], 1913, 1943-1948
(correspondence about Kent genealogy, Kent painting she owns, and reminiscences of times when Rockwell and Kathleen lived in her house)
5200 588-1552 Kent, Gordon [son], Phyllis [wife], and Trini [ex-wife], 1928-1971, undated
(childhood memorabilia, including drawings, homework papers, and grade cards, with correspondence about academic work, social activities, and finances; correspondence about Gordon's service in Arctic unit of U.S. Army Air Force during World War II, medal awarded for heroism, an dproblems with commission; correspondence about graduate studies in physics, teaching, political activities in Progressive Party, divorce and remarriage; correspondence with Trini, Gordon's first wife, concerning her medical problems and employment; news of family and friends)
Reel Frames
5201 3-537 Kent, Gordon [son], Phyllis [wife], and Trini [ex-wife], cont.
5201 538-1569 Kent, Kathleen W. [first wife], 1907-1971, undated
(letters of congratulations from relatives and friends on engagement and marriage; correspondence with husband, mainly love letters, with reports of daily activities and news of relatives, some illustrated; marital problems, family news, Kent's painting progress and employment as a draftsman and in advertising; trips to Alaska, Newfoundland, and South America; divorce and finances; see also: Divorce Data)
Reel Frames
5202 3-1573 Kent, Kathleen W. [first wife], cont.
Reel Frames
5203 3-917 Kent, Kathleen W. [first wife], cont.
5203 918-1242 Kent, Kathleen [daughter], 1918-1935, undated
(correspondence with parents, including childhood drawings and samples of schoolwork, about: school, finances, housing and employment in New York City, and family news; see also: Finney, Kathleen Kent and Peter; Mannes, David and Marya)
5203 1243-1572 Kent, Natasha (Tasha) [granddaughter], 1961-1969
(correspondence about her desire to study in the USSR, and inquiries on her behalf; arrangements for Tasha to study in England)
Reel Frames
5204 3-20 Kent, Natasha (Tasha) [granddaughter], cont.
5204 21-181 Kent, Richard (Dick) [stepson] and Claire, 1929-1967, undated
(correspondence about school, with homework papers and drawings, family news, and about Dick's experiences in the army and marital problems)
5204 182-1283 Kent, Rockwell, III [son], 1914-1971
(correspondence with parents, including letters from boyhood bicycle trip between Connecticut and Cuba, about: school, finances, farm failure and debts to father, remarriage and family news; a few letters from his children; see also: Overton, Walter)
5204 1284-1564 Kent, Sally (Shirley Johnstone) [third wife], 1940-1941, 1959-1960
(legal papers and correspondence concerning U.S. citizenship; correspondence with Johnstone family; see also: Family; and Johnstone, Shirley)
Reel Frames
5205 3-268 Kent, Sally (Shirley Johnstone) [third wife], cont.
Reel Frames
5740 790-1248 Kent, Sally (Shirley Johnstone, third wife; see also Johnstone, Shirley), 1941-1967, undated
(previously sealed correspondence with Rockwell includes love letters, news of business and personal activities)
Reel Frames
5741 12-43 Kent, Sally (Shirley Johnstone, third wife; see also Johnstone, Shirley), continued, 1941-1967, undated
Reel Frames
5205 269-939 Kent, Sarah Holgate [mother], 1908-1947, undated
(correspondence about family, friends, and financial matters, with letters from Anne Avery (companion) reporting on health; letters of condolence upon the death of Sarah H. Kent; see also: Avery, Anne)
5205 940-997 Kent, Sarah Holgate, Estate of (see also: United States Trust Company of New York), 1953
5205 998-1066 Kent, Susan [granddaughter], 1942, 1951-1959, 1969
(correspondence, mainly concerning repayment of a loan)
5205 1067-1094 Kent, unidentified, 1912-1947, undated
(letters from unidentified relatives, mainly children; also, genealogical notes)
5205 1132-1209 Keppel, David (Harlow, Keppel & Co., Inc.), 1941-1943
(correspondence concerning prints consigned for sale; see also: Harlow, Keppel & Co., Inc.)
5205 1210-1213 Kerlan, Dr. Irvin, 1949
5205 1214-1217 Kerr, Howard M., 1945
5205 1218-1229 Ketchum, MacLeoud & Grove, Inc., 1948
5205 1230-1232 Keyser, Sherwood, undated
5205 1233-1247 Keyser, Susan, 1970
5205 1248-1251 Khrushchev, Nikita, 1962
5205 1252-1258 John G. Kidd & Son, Inc., 1941
5205 1259-1272 Kilburn, Clarence E., 1944
(letters to Kilburn and newspaper editors about the congressman's voting record)
5205 1273-1279 King, Dr. Harold G., 1948
5205 1280-1282 King, Mertie Johnson, undated
5205 1283-1285 King, Sally (Mrs. Tom C. King), 1958
5205 1286-1293 Kingman, Dong, 1942-1945
5205 1294-1393 Kingsbury, John and Mabel, 1954-1965
(transcripts of speech and statement by Kingsbury concerning National Council of American-Soviet Friendship; correspondence concerning visit to Asgaard and about sponsoring Freedom to Travel Exhibition; book reviews)
5205 1394-1398 Kingsport Press, Inc., 1957-1959
5205 1399-1477 Kipnis, Samuel, 1963-1969
Reel Frames
5206 3-10 Kipnis, Samuel, cont.
5206 11-14 Kirchner, Ken, 1947
5206 15-19 Kislova, Lydia, 1962
5206 20-25 Kitterell, James E., 1945
5206 26-34 Kittredge, William A., 1942-1943
5206 35-37 Kiwanis Club of Montreal, Incorporated, 1942
5206 38-42 Kleeman, Beatrice L., 1940-1941
5206 43-46 Klein, Harold, undated
5206 47-130 Klitgaard, Kaj and Georgina, 1928-1948
(correspondence about book Klitgaard wants to publish, requests for Guggenheim Fellowship recommendation; 5 illustrations [by Kaj?] and announcement and checklist for Georgina's exhibition)
5206 131-136 Knight, Ray, 1941
5206 137-142 M. Knoedler & Co., 1918, 1945
5206 143-149 Alfred A. Knopf, 1942-1946
5206 150-153 Know and Defend America Exhibition, 1942
(clippings)
5206 154-157 Knox College, 1942
5206 158-160 Knox, Edwin R., Jr., 1956
5206 161-166 Koenigsberg, Samuel M., 1956-1957
5206 167-172 Koerner, Arthur A. J., 1962
5206 173-176 Koerner, Dan, 1956
5206 177-179 Kohn, Walter F., 1944
5206 180-378 Kon, Louis, 1944-1946, 1955-1956
(correspondence about Russian translation of N by E, Jersey cows, teenage relative sent to Asgaard for summer work, Canadian politics, and news of family and mutual friends; see also: Information Bureau of the Soviet Union)
5206 379-490 Konecky, Gene, 1948-1951, 1968
(correspondence regarding Konecky's grievances against United Office and Professional Workers of America and Kent's attempts to help him find a new job)
5206 491-493 Kosinski, Peter, 1959
5206 494-496 KPFA, Berkeley, Calif., 1959
5206 497-499 Krapp, George Philip, 1915
5206 500-503 Krenov, Julia, 1947
5206 504-506 Kronovet, Dr. Milton, 1948
5206 507-511 Kruttschnitt, Dorothy Pell (Mrs. Theodore H. Kruttschnitt), 1947
5206 512-600 Kuchler, Ruth and Al, 1955-1963
(correspondence about farmers' union, politics, mutual friends, and New York milk strike)
5206 601-606 Kuehne, Max, 1919
5206 607-614 Kughler, Charlotte Livingston, 1940-1941
5206 615-631 Kunderd, A. E., 1959
5206 632-634 Kwiat, Joseph J., 1948
5206 635-638 K, Unidentified
(Gladys R. K., 1945)
5206 639-665 Labor Advertising, 1941-1942
(correspondence with advertising agency about influencing public opinion in favor of organized labor)
5206 666-673 Labor Committee on Oklahoma Syndicalism Cases (see also: Oklahoma Committee to Defend Political Prisoners) 1941-1942
5206 674-677 Labor Research Association, 1958
5206 678-680 Labor Youth Federation, 1944
5206 681-701 Laboratory of Anthropology, 1944-1946
5206 Lachaise, Gaston (see: Creative Art)
5206 702-704 Lacy, Mrs., 1958
5206 705-707 Ladies' Auxiliary, Mount Sinai Hospital, 1951
5206 708-711 Ladies Home Journal, 1946
([illegible due to poor contrast])
5206 712-716 LaFarge, Isabel, 1942
5206 717-719 LaFarge, Oliver, 1956
5206 720-725 Lake Champlain Associates, 1954
5206 726-729 Lake George Protective Assoc., Inc., 1945
5206 730-733 Lake Placid Chamber of Commerce, 1952
5206 734-737 Lake Placid Club, 1941
5206 738-740 Lakeview High School, 1960
5206 741-747 Lamb, Conselo Lee, 1941
5206 748-750 Lambrecht, Irene, 1948
5206 751-1237 Lamont, Corliss, 1946, 1954-1960
(correspondence about civil liberties, Bill of Rights Fund, politics, news of mutual friends, Lamont's passport case and campaign for Senate; transcript of Mike Wallace interview of Lamont; news releases, clippings, and campaign literature)
5206 1238-1240 LaMore, Chet, 1941
5206 1241-1243 Lamp and Pottery Shop, 1952
5206 1244-1251 Landish, Vicki, 1956-1957
5206 1252-1254 Landry, Annett, 1951
5206 1255-1257 Lane, Myles, 1952
5206 1258-1262 Lang, Douglas F., 1945-1946
5206 1263-1267 Langdon, Rev. David S., 1968
5206 1268-1270 Lanier Centennial Committee, 1941
5206 1271-1285 Lankes, J. J., 1938, 1953-1954, 1960
5206 1286-1323 Lannon, Al and Elva, 1966-1969
5206 1324-1560 Larcada Gallery, 1965-1971
(correspondence and financial statements concerning sales, consignments, exhibitions, and estate appraisal)
Reel Frames
5207 3-168 Larcada Gallery, cont.
5207 unfilmed Larrowe Division, General Mills, Inc., 1944-1947
(correspondence, price lists, dealers' bulletins, receipts, invoices, and miscellaneous printed matter concerning livestock feed distributorship run by Kent)
5207 169-173 Larsen, Erling, 1964
5207 174-177 Larsen, Rudy, 1947
5207 179-189 La Salle, Countess Julie de, 1942
5207 190-195 Lash's Art Shoppe, 1942-1943
5207 196-199 Lashua and McKinley, 1948
5207 200-202 Latch, Elias, undated
5207 203-208 Lathrop, Milo, 1947
5207 209-213 Latin America Refugee Fund, Inc., 1942
5207 214-216 Latourelle, Noah, 1945
5207 217-219 Lattimore Defense Fund, undated
5207 220-227 Laufman, Dudley and Cyndi, 1960-1962
5207 228-231 Laurita, Ray, 1968
5207 232-235 Law, Stanley, 1958
5207 236-239 Lawrence, Marjorie, undated
5207 240-243 Lawrence, Martin, 1963
5207 244-259 Lawson, Elizabeth, 1955, 1961
5207 260-436 Lawson, Harold, 1959-1969
(correspondence about mutual friends, Kent's trip to the USSR, politics, and Canadian periodicals)
5207 437-440 Lawson, Sue (Mrs. John Howard Lawson), 1955
5207 441-443 Lawyer's Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam, 1967
5207 444-454 Lazard, Naomi, 1960-1961
5207 455-457 Lazarnick, George, 1961
5207 458-461 Leach, Henry Goddard, 1929
5207 462-468 Leader, Herbert, 1951, 1957
5207 469-478 League for Mutual Aid, 1942
5207 479-495 League of American Artists, Inc., 1941-1942
5207 496-686 League of American Writers, Inc., 1937-1942
(form letters, printed matter about annual meetings, and transcript of Kent address)
5207 687-691 Leary, Rose Foley, 1943
5207 692-698 Lease, 158 East 56th St., 1934
5207 699-766 Lecture Bureaus (Miscellaneous), 1941-1943
(correspondence about management of Kent's lectures; see also: Columbia Lecture Bureau; W. Colston Leigh, Inc.; and Speaking Engagements)
5207 767-831 Lecture References, 1942
(solicited and unsolicited letters of endorsement; clippings and news releases)
5207 832-898 Lecture Trips, 1936-1937, 1942
(correspondence and schedules)
5207 899-904 Ledger, [1946 or 1948]
(record of contributions and expenses for Kent's congressional election campaign; see also: Campaign, 1946; and Campaign, 1948)
5207 905-907 Lee, Cuthbert, 1944
5207 908-947 Lee Family, 1928-1934, undated
(letters to Frances Kent from her mother concerning family news; genealogical correspondence; obituary of relative, and letters from attorneys regarding estate settlement; photo of horse and blueprint plans of family headstones; see also: Gay, Francis and Grisha (Gregory); Kent, Frances; and Milestone, Kendall)
5207 948-955 Lee, Pat, 1965, 1970
5207 956-958 Lee, Richard L., 1941
5207 959-961 Leech, Mrs., 1942
5207 962-965 Leeds, Kitty, undated
(contrast too poor for legibility)
5207 966-979 Lefferts, Betty and George, 1957, 1965
5207 980-989 Al Paul Lefton Company, Inc., 1946
(correspondence about advertising work)
5207 990-1003 Legge, Christopher A., 1946-1965
5207 1004-1007 Legier Bros., 1947
5207 1008-1010 Lehman, Herbert H., 1949
5207 1011-1021 Lehman, Max and Lola, 1951-1963
5207 1022-1054 Leica Camera, Pictures, etc., 1933
5207 1055-1060 Ben Leider Memorial Fund, 1938
([filmed twice])
5207 1061-1546 W. Colston Leigh, Inc., 1931-1942
(itineraries, contracts, and arrangements for lecture tours; see also: Lecture Bureaus (Miscellaneous))
Reel Frames
5208 3-370 W. Colston Leigh, Inc., cont.
5208 371-376 Leitenberg, Milton, 1959
5208 377-398 E. Leitz, Inc., 1935-1937, 1952
(correspondence concerning Leica exhibition)
5208 399-408 Lembcke, R., 1941
5208 409-414 Lendt, Elaine and Lee, 1963
5208 415-420 Lenin Peace Prize (see also: Gift Fan Mail (Vietnam)), 1967
5208 421-504 Lentheric, Incorporated, 1928-1929, 1941
(correspondence about advertising commissions, with samples of designs and brochure)
5208 505-509 Lerandeau, Moira (Mrs. Alfred J. Lerandeau), 1951
5208 510-518 Leslie, Robert L., 1969
5208 519-523 Sol Lesser Productions, Inc., 1955
5208 524-527 Leuba, Walter, 1962
5208 528-532 Lev, Ray, 1949, 1956
5208 533-535 Levinson, Mr., 1942
5208 536-539 Levinson, Ruth Keller, 1942
5208 540-554 Levitch, Leon, 1956-1957, 1961
5208 555-559 Levy, Isabelle, 1941
5208 560-565 Lewin Sandblasting Corp., 1949
5208 566-568 Lewis, John L., 1951
5208 569-572 Lewis, Leland, 1966
5208 573-577 Lewis, Mary C. (Mrs. Edward S. Lewis), 1947
5208 578-581 Lewis, R. J., Jr., 1941
5208 582-595 Lewis, Richard and Mary, 1941-1942
5208 596-602 Lewis, Richard D., 1963-1964
5208 603-645 Lewishon, Walter P., 1941-1942
(correspondence regarding the possibility of making a movie from Kent's Greenland adventures and writings)
5208 646-650 Liang-Mo, Liu, 1941
5208 651-676 Libby, Lee Richards (Mrs. E. S. Libby), 1958-1959
5208 677-680 Liberty Book Club, Inc., 1957, 1959
5208 710-719 The Library for Intercultural Studies, Inc., 1958-1962
5208 681-709 Library of Congress, 1935-1959
(copyright registrations)
5208 unfilmed Licenses, 1927-1943
(driver, pilot, dog licenses; also car registrations; see also: Dogs)
5208 720-727 Lieb, Ruth, 1956
5208 728-731 Life, 1937
5208 732-1198 Lightbody, Charles and Georgia, 1942-1960
(correspondence about Lightbody's dismissal from faculty of St. Lawrence University, politics, and family news; see also: "The Subversives" (Notes); and Whitman, Georgia)
5208 unfilmed Lightning Rods, 1937, 1970
(installation estimates)
5208 1199-1205 Liljeholm, Eric, 1963
5208 1206-1209 Lilly, Ralph J., 1941
5208 1210-1212 Limbach, Russell T., 1936
5208 1213-1216 The Limited Editions Club (see also: Macy, George), 1954
5208 1217-1243 The Lincoln Electric Company, 1951-1952
5208 1244-1439 Linden, Morris, 1959-1963
(correspondence, including reminiscences of Greenland, information about Rumania, politics, news of family and friends, Tasha Kent's studies in London)
5208 1440-1450 Linder, Alexander, 1952
5208 1451-1457 Lindey, Ella and Alex, undated, 1941-1942
5208 1458-1462 Link, Eugene P., 1941, 1944
5208 1463-1466 Lippa & Co., 1947
5208 1467-1469 J. B. Lippincott Company, 1942
5208 1470-1552 Literary Guild of America, Incorporated, 1930-1931, 1941-1943
(arrangements for issuing N by E as a guild selection, publicity, and royalties; commission to design letterhead and magazine cover)
Reel Frames
5209 3-21 Literary Guild of America, Incorporated, cont.
5209 22-25 Littel, C.G., 1941-1942
5209 26-29 The Little Louvre, 1941
5209 30-52 Liveright, Horace, 1930-1931
(correspondence about Kent's writing an introduction to Peter Freuchen's book)
5209 53-65 Living American Art, Inc. (Chas. Boni), 1937
(correspondence about marketing art reproductions; contract; see also: Fifty Famous American Paintings; and Silk Screen Group)
5209 66-786 Loan Exhibits, 1940-1960
(arrangements for loans of Kent paintings and prints to exhibitions at museums, commercial galleries, and community centers; also, some lists of prints on consignment; see also: Exhibitions)
5209 787-836 Loans, 1940-1943
(correspondence concerning repayment of money borrowed from Kent)
5209 837-841 Lobo, Arthur, 1941
5209 842-845 Lochner, Louis P., 1956
5209 846-850 Lockwood, Mrs. Floyd, 1941
5209 851-856 Loewe, Fritz, 1941, 1955
5209 857-862 Lomax, Alan, 1952
5209 863-876 Lomen, Ralph, 1935-1936, 1944, 1946
(correspondence about pardon for two Nunivak Island Eskimos in Alaska penitentiary)
5209 877-881 Lomoff, Anna, 1957
5209 882-884 London, Jack, 1909
5209 885-887 Longwell, Daniel, 1925
5209 888-892 Longyear, Robert Dudley, American Consul, Munich, Germany, 1933
5209 893-895 Loomis, John S., 1941
5209 896-899 deLopateck, Eugene, 1941
5209 900-904 Lorch, Hewlett and Tallant Architects, 1912
5209 905-908 Lord, Pauline, 1941
5209 909-912 Lorenz, Charles, 1941
5209 913-915 Los Angeles Historical Society, 1944
5209 916-921 Lotsman, G. B., 1961
5209 922-927 Louisiana State University, 1964
5209 928-931 Lovett, Robert Morse, 1956
5209 932-934 Lowell, Robert, undated
5209 935-995 Lowenfels, Walter, 1954-1961, 1971
(poems by Lowenfels, including one to Kent)
5209 996-1043 Lowenthal, Arthur, 1936-1969
5209 1044-1084 Lowenthal, Maxine and Sydney, 1936-1960
5209 1085-1087 Lowey, J. W., 1942
5209 1088-1091 Lowrie, Rebecca A., 1942
5209 1092-1096 Lowry, Glenn, 1941
5209 Lowry, Helen (see: English Book Shop)
5209 1098-1353 Lowry, Philip Wager, 1926-1935, 1964-1969
(concerning legal matters, including: alimony and child support for Kathleen, automobile accidents, disputes with publishers and printers, and farm business)
5209 1354-1356 Lucas, C. P., 1910
5209 1357-1362 Ludeke, W., 1948
5209 1363-1370 Ludlum, Stuart, 1970
5209 1371-1373 Luks, George, 1911
5209 1374-1388 Lundenberg, Nellie, 1946-1956
5209 1389-1393 Lunning, Frederick, 1941
5209 1394-1396 Lunning, Miss, 1942
5209 1397-1399 Luscomb, Florence, 1956
5209 1400-1408 Lynch, Frederick J., 1941
5209 1409-1412 Lynge, Lars, 1942
5209 1413-1416 L, Unidentified
(A. L. L., 1950)
5209 1417-1473 Macbeth Gallery, 1933-1938
(correspondence about Kent paintings to be sent to annual exhibitions in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Chicago, etc.)
5209 1474-1477 Macdonald, Roderick J., 1925
5209 1478-1485 MacDowell, Mrs. Edward, 1941
5209 1486-1548 MacIntyre, C. F., 1938-1958
(correspondence regarding MacIntyre's translations of Faust, Chanson de Roland, and others to be illustrated by Kent; dismissal from faculty of University of California)
Reel Frames
5210 3-221 MacIntyre, C. F., cont.
5210 222-227 Mackie, David I., 1958
5210 228-296 Mackinnon, Jack and Kay, 1960-1971
5210 297-302 MacLean's Magazine, 1961
5210 303-319 MacMartin, Helen, 1962-1966
5210 320-325 The MacMillan Company Publishers, 1946
5210 326-713 MacMillan, Nance, 1950-1970
(correspondence with Australian friend about politics, peace movement, McCarthyism, family news; manuscript of her play, The Land of Morning Calm; see also: Sweeties)
5210 714-733 Macpherson, Bryher, 1940-1943
5210 734-737 MacTavish, Duncan K., 1962
5210 738-773 Macy, George (The Limited Editions Club), 1930-1937, 1950-1951
(arrangements for illustration commissions and speaking engagements; see also: The Limited Editions Club)
5210 774-778 Macy, Helen, undated, 1960-1968
5210 unfilmed R. H. Macy & Co., 1933-1952
(monthly statements, correspondence about charge account and purchases)
5210 779-783 Madden, Margaret, 1965, 1968
5210 784-787 Maeder, Hans K., 1958
5210 788-800 Maetzold, Mary, 1965-1969
5210 801-806 Magarick, Pat, 1965-1966
5210 807-812 Magdoff, Sam, 1958-1959
5210 813-817 Mager, Gus, 1919
5210 818-821 Magidson, Herbert D., 1967
5210 822-829 Mahoney, Patrick, 1962
5210 830-833 Maicus, Jennie Bill, 1948
5210 834-836 Maicus, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 1948
5210 unfilmed Mailing Lists, undated
(dairy and personal)
5210 837-841 Maine Coast Artists, 1969
5210 842-849 Malkin, Dorothy, 1950, 1953
5210 850-973 Mallery, Otto T., 1941-1955
(correspondence with a fan of Kent's writings; also, correspondence about Mallery's writings on economics)
5210 974-1125 Maloney, Tom, 1934-1938, 1955-1970
(correspondence concerning advertising and publicity ideas; judging of photography exhibition, and articles for Camera magazine)
5210 1126-1149 Mamedova, Tamara and Enver, 1962
(correspondence with Soviet friends (Tamara was Kent's interpreter in the USSR))
5210 1150-1152 Manchester Liners, Ltd., 1958
5210 1153-1158 Mandel, William, 1951
5210 1159-1163 Mangel, Bert, 1948
5210 1164-1195 Manhattan Storage & Warehouse Co., 1933-1936
(receipts and invoices)
5210 1196-1233 Mannes, David and Marya, 1912-1915, 1927-1929, 1947-1948
(correspondence and report about Kathleen's music studies)
5210 1234-1236 Manning, Danny, 1941
5210 1237-1258 Mannix, Martin, undated, 1949-1951, 1954
5210 1259-1261 Mansfield Theatre, 1941
5210 1262-1265 Manship, Paul, 1941, 1963
5210 1266-1270 Marcantonio, Vito, 1941, 1947
5210 1271-1284 March of Dimes, 1947
(correspondence about redesigning coin collection cards)
5210 1285-1292 Marcus, Ben and Jane, 1958-1962
5210 1293-1318 Marcus, Stanley, 1935-1937
(about bookplate design)
5210 1319-1480 Marcus Suit, 1929
(correspondence and clippings concerning lawsuit by Kent against Chapin Marcus & Co., N. W. Ayer, and Harvard School of Business Administration over 1928 Harvard Advertising Award that did not properly acknowledge him as the artist of the prize-winning ad)
5210 1481-1483 Margolis, Sidney, 1956
5210 1484-1500 Marion, George, 1953
(correspondence concerning Kent's endorsement of Marion's book)
5210 1501-1556 Marley, Rev. Harold P., undated, 1941-1970
(correspondence about politics and humanism, the activities of the Unitarian Church, and Marley's new career in child guidance)
Reel Frames
5211 3-217 Marley, Rev. Harold P., cont.
5211 218-220 Marlor, Clark S., 1967
5211 221-223 The A. N. Marquis Company, 1941
5211 224-226 Marschik, Konrad and Marion, 1959
5211 227-230 Marsh, F. D., undated
5211 231-328 Marshall, Furber and Ivia, 1936-1949
(correspondence about purchase of prints, social events, and exchanges of gifts)
5211 329-335 Marshall, George, 1946, 1953
5211 336-340 Martin, George W., 1945
5211 341-345 Marven, Ralph, 1960, 1962
5211 346-354 Marzani, Carl, 1953-1961
5211 355-358 Mason, Mary Jane, 1936
5211 359-401 Mason, William H. and Norma, 1941, 1945-1948, undated
5211 402-407 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1941-1948
5211 408-411 Massachusetts Peace Council, 1942
5211 412-425 Masses & Mainstream, 1948-1961
5211 426-485 Mattsson, Niels, 1931
(correspondence on behalf of young Danish horseman whom Kent wished to help enter American racing)
5211 486-505 Matusow, Harvey Marshall, 1955-1957
5211 506-510 Mauerllo, S. Ralph, 1965
5211 511-516 Maurin, Edward, 1945
5211 517-547 May Day Committee, 1941, 1947-1951
5211 548-555 Mayakovskya, Maria, 1965-1966
5211 556-558 Mayer, Dr. Edgar, 1945
5211 559-561 Joseph Mayer Co., Inc., 1941
5211 562-565 Mayer, Nathan, 1966
5211 566-570 Mayerovich, Harry, 1945
5211 571-580 Maysles, Albert, undated
(printed circular about Maysles's lectures; rsum)
5211 McBride, Henry (see: Creative Art)
5211 581-583 McCaffrey, Frank, 1964
5211 584-699 McCarthy Hearing, 1953
(prepared statement to press, notes on Fifth Amendment privileges, letters of congratulations from friends and public; clippings about Kent testimony and McCarthyism in general)
5211 700-702 McCasland, Jeanette, 1945
5211 703-716 McCracken, Harold, 1936, 1945, 1950
5211 717-720 McCutcheon, J. H., 1921
5211 721-726 McDonald, J. N., 1915
5211 727-731 McFarlane, John W., 1965-1966
5211 732-735 McGaulley, Grace, 1948
5211 736-739 McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1942, 1966
5211 740-744 McGuire, Harry, 1943
5211 745-748 McInerney, T. J., 1946, 1957
5211 749-754 McIntire, Gordon, 1958-1959
5211 755-764 McIntyre, Robert G., 1963
5211 765-768 McIver, J. D., 1939
5211 769-772 McKay, Louis D., 1939
5211 773-781 McKenzie, Frances C., 1941-1942
5211 782-792 McLellan, Hugh, 1935
5211 793-796 McManus, John T., 1961
5211 797-802 McMichael, Jack R., Jr., 1941
5211 McNeer, May (see: Ward, Lynd, and May McNeer)
5211 803-806 McNeilly, John C., 1941
5211 807-813 McPherson, J., 1911, 1915
5211 814-816 McQuillan, Mr., 1943
5211 817-820 McVey, William M., 1941
5211 821-825 Mead, Dr. Margaret, 1961
5211 826-854 Medallic Art Co., 1938-1960
(orders to cast medals and requests for price information)
5211 Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy (see: Radical Groups--Spain)
5211 855-916 Medichiva, Kaleria, undated, 1965-1969
5211 917-954 Melish, Rev. William Howard and Mary Jane, undated, 1956-1969
5211 955-1050 Melton, Robert and Elizabeth, 1955-1956, 1964-1968
(correspondence praising Kent's books from a hand binder interested in binding special editions; request for design suitable for stamping on leather bindings)
5211 1051-1054 Meltzer, Charles Henry, 1921
5211 unfilmed Memoranda, 1942-1960, undated
(notes, lists, doodles, fragments of writings, addresses and phone numbers, and some clippings)
5211 1055-1204 Memorial Portfolio, 1971
5211 1205-1209 Menihan, John C. and Marge, undated, 1947
5211 unfilmed Menus
5211 1210-1213 Mercer, Jack, 1969
5211 1214-1217 Merkle, Edward, 1941
(letters of reference for former employee)
5211 1218-1418 Merrill, Lewis and Bobbie, 1941-1950
(correspondence about United Office and Professional Workers of America, organized labor, politics, social activities, and news of mutual friends)
5211 1419-1422 Merritt, C. C., 1948
5211 1423-1425 Mershaw Publishing Corporation, 1951
5211 1426-1449 Meserole, Darwin J., 1951-1952
(typescript of article on fascism in the U.S., and related correspondence)
5211 1450-1454 Metcalf, Kathryn E., 1963
5211 1455-1457 Metropolitan Library Council, 1942
5211 1458-1488 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1927-1928, 1941-1942
(correspondence about reproduction permission and Kent's displeasure at the manner in which the museum handled requests from publishers; printed matter describing labor union program and letter to director complimenting the program; see also: Burroughs, Bryson)
5211 1489-1492 Metzger, Libby, 1941
5211 1493-1498 Mexican Art Workshop, 1948
5211 1499-1503 Mexico Trip, 1955
5211 1504-1506 Meyer, Dr., 1954
5211 1507-1510 Meyerovitch, Mr., 1943
5211 1511-1533 Meynell, Sir Francis, 1949-1969
5211 1534-1536 Michael, Mr., 1963
5211 1537-1543 Middleton, Mary, 1956
Reel Frames
5212 3-69 Middleton, R. Hunter, 1944-1960
(correspondence about Bewick blocks printed by Middleton, arrangements for Society of Typographic Arts to issue a Kent print, and book design)
5212 70-209 Milestone, Kendall [sister of Frances Kent], 1936-1948
(correspondence with Otto Boehm, manager of Kenstone, the Milestone's farm, about dairy business and finances; family news, and Kent exhibition at Stendahl Galleries; see also: Lee Family)
5212 210-229 Milgrom, Sam, 1948-1959
(news of mutual friends; see also: International Workers Order)
5212 unfilmed Milk License, 1944, 1946
5212 230-317 Milk Strike, 1941
(correspondence and printed matter)
5212 318-321 Miller, Albina, undated
5212 322-334 Miller, Burr, 1966-1967
5212 335-340 Miller, Elsie Marie, 1941
5212 379-469 Miller, George C., 1928-1962
(orders for lithographic prints and discussion of technical specifications)
5212 341-378 Miller, Kenneth Hayes, 1912-1915
(letters about literature, Kent's omission from Armory Show, family news, and comments about sale of Kent painting to Arthur Jerome Eddy)
5212 470-474 Miller, Leon Gordon, 1947, 1953
5212 475-479 Miller, Malcolm, 1941
5212 480-484 Miller, Tom and Helen, 1956
5212 485-487 Miller's High Life Beer Co., 1948
5212 488-492 Millet, Martha, 1952
5212 493-503 Milton, David, 1951-1952
5212 504-509 Milwaukee Art Institute, 1934
(list of paintings to be forwarded from Art Institute of Chicago for exhibition in Milwaukee, and letter from museum director about insurance and sales commissions)
5212 510-515 Minerly, Mr. and Mrs. John P., 1968-1969
5212 516-518 The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1941
5212 519-526 Minnesota Broadcasting Corporation, 1941
5212 527-533 Minor, Lydia, undated, 1954-1960
5212 534-643 Moby Dick, undated, 1929-1969
(page proofs (4 pp.); correspondence concerning copyrights and reproduction permissions)
5212 unfilmed Model, Roland & Stone, 1954-1967
(correspondence with stockbroker; receipts for shares traded, and monthly statements)
5212 644-646 The Modern School, 1941
5212 647-650 Moe, Evelyn, 1942
5212 651-655 Moldovan, Dr. Alfred and Jean, 1955
5212 656-668 Moller Tryggve Juul, undated, 1948
5212 669-676 Molyneaux, Jane and Abram, 1960-1965
5212 677-1023 Monaco, Arto C., 1937-1957, 1963-1966, undated
(correspondence about starting a career as a cartoonist in Hollywood, beginnings of Screen Cartoon Guild, attempts to find publisher for Louis Monaco's book, Experiences in Army Ordnance Training Unit during World War II, art for propaganda exhibition, Monaco toy business, news of family and friends, problems at Santa's Workshop, Inc.; printed matter, including cartoons for military training, catalogs of Monaco toys, and promotional brochures for Santa Claus Village; see also: Toy Business)
Reel Frames
5213 3-135 Monaco, Arto C., cont.
5213 136-177 Monaco, Jimmy, 1940-1945, undated
(letters of recommendation, correspondence with Monaco in Army Air Corps during World War II, with news of family and friends)
5213 178-215 Monaco, Louis, Ida, and Levin, 1936-1946
(correspondence regarding publication of Monaco's book, farm and restaurant business, letters and cards from Monaco trip to Florida)
5213 216-799 Monhegan, 1947-1958, 1969-1970
(correspondence about repairs, maintenance, and summer rental of cottage, and its subsequent sale; correspondence with island friends, and about murder of Mae See; map and snapshot of the house; see also: Fitzgerald, James; Moran, Sally (Mae See))
5213 800-805 Monigotti, Elena, 1958
5213 806-809 The Montclair Art Museum, 1956
5213 unfilmed Montgomery Ward, 1937-1951
(orders for household goods, tools, and clothing)
5213 810-814 Monthly Review, 1951, 1953
5213 unfilmed Monthly Statements, 1946
(dairy business)
5213 815-821 Moody, Howard E. and Clara, 1970
5213 822-1066 Moore, John G., 1955-1968, undated
(fan letters; correspondence about politics, poetry, art, Kent's gift to the USSR, and America's social problems)
5213 1067-1372 Moore, Dr. Merrill, 1935-1958, undated
(correspondence with psychiatrist friend about problems of family members; arrangements for having psychiatric patients board and work at Asgaard, with reports on individual cases; plans for Kent Collection; news of Moore's experiences in military during World War II)
5213 1373-1377 Moorhead, Harley G., 1941
5213 1378-1410 Moos, Elizabeth, undated, 1941-1970
5213 1411-1548 Moran, Sally (Mae See), 1947-1953
(correspondence, mainly concerning arrangements to move to Kent cottage on Monhegan; a few letters sent by friends and neighbors after Moran's death; newspaper clippings speculating whether the death was murder or suicide; see also: Monhegan; and Sweeties)
5213 1549-1553 Morant, Dick, undated
Reel Frames
5214 3-7 Morant, Willie and Nick, 1960
5214 8-10 Moreau, John, 1964
5214 11-16 Morford, Rev. Richard A. and Aileen, 1951, 1960-1961
5214 17-20 Morgan, Ernst, 1944
5214 21-29 Morhouse, Margo, 1963-1966
5214 30-50 Mories, Fred G., 1927-1931, undated
(mainly about social engagements; letter about plans to open an art school in Paris with Henry Davenport, and a comment about Ernest Lawson, who occupied the studio downstairs)
5214 51-54 Morningstar, Percy, 1945, 1947
5214 55-59 Morphy, Katherine M., 1947
5214 60-95 Morris, William, 1934
(correspondence about proposed broadcasts from Greenland, publication of pamphlet, and series of articles on Greenland by Kent for Esquire magazine)
5214 96-98 Morrison, Aileen, 1947
5214 99-103 Morrison, Anne, 1965-1966
5214 104-107 Morse, Alexander B., 1959
5214 108-113 Mortello, Domenico, 1941
5214 unfilmed Mortgage and Tax Receipts, Inheritance Statements, etc., 1947-1949
5214 114-116 Morton, Mr., undated
5214 117-119 Moscow News, 1965
5214 120-122 Moses, Theo. W., 1921
5214 123-150 Moss, Al, and Gertrude Elowitz (see also: Elowitz, Gertrude, and Al Moss), 1948-1949, 1956-1957
5214 151-155 Motive, 1941
5214 156-158 Motor Boating, 1945
5214 159-162 Mount Holyoke College, 1941
5214 163-165 Mount Royal Hotel, 1952
5214 166-172 Mowat, Farley, 1970
5214 173-177 Muller, Charles, 1941
5214 178-189 Mumford, Lewis, 1965-1966
5214 190-194 The Municipal Broadcasting Station (WNYC), 1946
5214 195-250 Murayev, Dmitri, 1961
(correspondence with Soviet cultural attach, mainly concerning social events, request for help in sending Kent manuscripts to the USSR)
5214 251-274 Murder, 1950-1951
(correspondence with FBI, local police, and graphologist regarding anonymous death threat against Kent; see also: "Hate" Mail)
5214 275-279 Murphy, James P. J., 1948
5214 280-283 Murphy, Roy, undated
5214 284-314 Murray Amendment, 1940
(correspondence with elected officials in support of increased funding for WPA)
5214 315-326 The Museum of Modern Art, 1941-1942
5214 327-333 Unidentified and Illegible
(F [E?]. M., undated; Lydia G. M., 1953)
5214 334-337 Naiman, Max, undated
5214 338-342 "Nana", 1934
(about Kent woodcut of Anna Sten in the role of "Nana")
5214 343-347 The Nation, 1942-1943
5214 348-355 The National Academy of Arts and Letters, 1965
5214 356-385 National Academy of Design, 1940-1956, 1962
(invitations to exhibit and notification of election; printed matter)
5214 386-390 National Advertising Art Center, Inc., 1947
5214 391-408 National Alliance of Art and Industry, 1939
(correspondence about Christmas card design)
5214 409-414 National "Americans All" Week, 1941
5214 415-421 National Art School, 1948
5214 422-456 National Art Society, 1939
(correspondence about "Art for Your Sake" radio broadcast)
5214 457-459 The National Arts Club, 1940
5214 460-463 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1957
5214 464-495 National Broadcasting Company, Inc. (NBC), 1940-1970
(correspondence about programming)
5214 496-514 The National Cancer Foundation, 1946
5214 515-519 The National Committee for Music Appreciation, 1940
5214 520-705 National Committee for People's Rights, 1938-1942
(printed matter, reports, minutes; correspondence with officers about administrative matters and activities on behalf of miners with lung disease)
5214 National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners (see: Radical Groups--Political Prisoners)
5214 706-739 National Conference of Christians & Jews, 1940
5214 740-744 National Conference of Social Work, 1941
5214 745-750 National Consumers League, 1940
5214 751-754 National Council for Federal Health Security, undated
5214 755-1557 National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., 1943-1959
(correspondence about: fund-raising activities and cultural events, art committee plans for exhibition and cultural exchange, disarmament, arrangements for speaking engagements and meeting plans, Kent's peace stamp, and Kent gift of paintings to the USSR; also, printed matter, publicity releases, form letters to general membership and executive board, and report)
Reel Frames
5215 2-1575 National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., cont. 1959-1964
Reel Frames
5216 4-1069 National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., cont. 1964-1971
5216 1070-1124 National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, 1948-1949
(correspondence concerning Kent speech and McCarthyism; printed matter related to annual meeting; see also: Culture)
5216 1125-1135 National Council to Combat Blindness, Inc., undated; 1947-1948
5216 1136-1172 National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights (FBI) [National Federation for Constitutional Liberties], 1939-1940
(printed matter, including "Conference Statement on the Menace of the F.B.I.")
5216 1173-1189 National Emergency Conference on Jobs and Security, 1945
5216 1190-1344 National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, 1940-1946, undated
(mainly printed matter, including form letters to general membership; letters of endorsement from Kent appealing for funding of federation; see also: National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights)
5216 1345-1347 National Foundation for Asthmatic Children, 1956
5216 1348-1351 National Gallery of Art, 1941
5216 1352-1393 National Gallery of Contemporary Art, 1927
(proposed preamble, prospectus, constitution, bylaws, and certificate of incorporation; clippings; note from Eugenie Heller in support of project, and letter to Emilie Grigsby outlining plans for the Gallery; see also: Contemporary Art, Gallery of)
5216 1394-1409 National Geographic, 1941
5216 1410-1454 National Gray's Harbor Committee, 1940
(form letters and printed matter regarding civil rights)
5216 1455-1468 National Guardian, 1951-1952, 1957
5216 1469-1479 The National Hotel Company, 1940, 1942
5216 1480-1502 National Institute of Arts and Letters (see also: The American Academy of Arts and Letters and The National Institute of Arts and Letters), 1965-1970
5216 1503-1505 National Jewish Black Book Committee, 1946
5216 1506-1508 National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief, 1941
5216 1509-1544 National Labor Committee Against War, 1941
(publications, reports, and form letters to general membership)
5216 1545-1547 National League of American Pen Women, 1941
5216 1548-1565 National Maritime Union of America, 1940
(correspondence about murals for the union's new headquarters; request from Joseph Hirsch to be considered for the commission, and letter from Kent to Hugo Gellert expressing disappointment in the finished mural; printed matter; invitations to special events; arrangements for exhibition of Soviet posters)
Reel Frames
5217 3-97 National Maritime Union of America, cont.
5217 98-105 National Negro Congress, 1940-1947
5217 106-108 National Organization for Public Health Nursing, Inc., 1946
5217 109-112 National Public Housing Conference, 1941
5217 113-118 National Publicity Council, 1946
5217 119-124 The National Ralph Cheney Defense Committee, 1940
5217 125-128 National Recreation Association, 1933, 1945
5217 129-132 National Resources Planning Board, 1941
5217 133-214 National St. Lawrence Association, 1944-1949
(printed matter and form letters to general membership)
5217 215-225 National Sharecroppers Week, 1940-1941
5217 226-228 National Soap Sculpture Committee, 1941
5217 229-297 National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1939-1947
(correspondence concerning design for fund-raising brochure, copyright ownership, and request to adapt illustration; printed matter)
5217 298-306 The National Society of Mural Painters, 1940-1941
5217 307-310 National Student Conference for Peace, Academic Freedom & Equality, undated
5217 311-481 National Tuberculosis Association, 1937-1946
(correspondence concerning Kent's design for the 1939 Christmas seal; sample seals; see also: Tuberculosis Association)
5217 482-484 National U.S.O. Campaign, 1941
5217 485-495 National War Poster Competition, 1942
5217 496-499 National Youth Administration, 1940
5217 500-505 Nations Credit Syndicate, 1937
5217 506-533 Nazarian, Richard, 1965-1968
5217 534-720 Nearing, Scott and Helen, 1953-1971
(correspondence about the Nearings' and Kent's writings; pacifist group being organized by the Nearings; printed matter about Social Science Institute with lists of its publications)
5217 721-724 Needleman, Isidore G., 1959
5217 725-735 Negro Publication Society of America, 1941
5217 736-738 Nelson, Edward, 1918
5217 739-749 Nelson, George A., 1946-1953
5217 750-753 Nelson, Steve, 1956
5217 754-763 Nelson, Truman and Helen, 1941, 1952-1954
5217 764-801 Neutrality Act, 1938
(text of bill; letters from elected officials in reply to Kent's request that Congress not aid Japanese invasion of China [many signatures clipped])
5217 802-834 New Age Gallery, 1945-1953
(printed matter including annual report, checklists of exhibitions, and form letters to shareholders and exhibitors)
5217 835-839 New Century Publishers, 1945, 1960
5217 840-888 New Directions, 1941-1951
(about illustrations for Faust)
5217 889-891 New England Color Studio, 1948
5217 892-894 New Frontiers, 1953
5217 895-902 New House, 1969-1970
5217 903-905 New Jersey Philatelic Federation, Inc., 1939
5217 906-909 New Jersey State Museum, 1936
5217 910-1274 New Masses, 1935-1947, undated
(correspondence about unionization of artists, articles and letters to the editor by Kent with responses from readers, commissions for cover designs, speaking engagements, Art Young memorial, people's art, role of artist in wartime propaganda; miscellaneous printed matter including solicitations, subscription information, and advertising)
5217 1275-1277 The New Republic, 1947
5217 1278-1281 New Rochelle Public Library, 1938
5217 1282-1286 The New School, 1949-1950
5217 1287-1289 The New Society of Artists, 1924
5217 1290-1293 New Theatre Center, 1941
5217 1294-1297 New Voices, 1943
5217 1298-1534 New World Review, undated, 1951-1971
(correspondence with editor Jessica Smith regarding: illustration, publication, and distribution of book commemorating the 35th anniversary of the Russian Revolution; arrangements for speaking engagement; Smith's comments on Kent's autobiography and its reviews; Kent's comments on articles appearing in the magazine; and proposal to Cyrus Eaton for new magazine on East-West relations; news of mutual friends; gift of Kent paintings to the USSR)
Reel Frames
5218 3-545 New World Review, cont.
5218 unfilmed New Year's Party, 1946, 1952
(thank you letters, menus, and schedules)
5218 546-581 New York Central, 1942-1952
(travel arrangements)
5218 582-588 The New York City Council for Art Week, Inc., 1941
5218 New York City Department of Welfare (see: Department of Welfare, New York City)
5218 589-602 New York Conference for Inalienable Rights, 1941
5218 603-610 New York Council on American Soviet Relations and New York Peace Committee for April 6, 1940-1942
(form letters and printed matter)
5218 New York Graphic Society (see: Pushman vs. New York Graphic Society)
5218 611-630 New York Herald Tribune, 1941-1946
5218 631-634 New York Post, 1938, 1947
5218 635-641 The New York Public Library, 1945, 1948
5218 New York School of Art (see: Chase, William Merritt)
5218 642-644 New York State Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, 1943
5218 New York State Department of Commerce (see: Department of Commerce, State of New York)
5218 645-653 New York State Electric & Gas Corporation, 1946-1947, 1952
5218 654-663 New York State Historical Association, undated, 1949, 1951, 1966
5218 664-666 New York State Police, 1949
5218 667-670 New York Telephone Company, 1941
5218 671-685 The New York Times, 1934-1936, 1942
5218 686-688 New York World, 1927
5218 689-691 New York World Telegram, 1941
5218 692-697 The New Yorker, 1941, 1943
5218 698-702 Newark Beth Israel Hospital, 1941
5218 703-706 Newark Peace Action Committee, 1941
5218 707-710 Newell-Emmett Company, 1942
5218 711-833 Newfoundland, 1910-1916, 1966-1970
(correspondence with government officials regarding duty on works of art, charges that Kent was a German spy, and expulsion from the country)
5218 834-837 Newman, Mordecai, 1953
5218 838-1362 Newspapers, 1947-1969
(letters to editors commenting on editorials and news stories, mainly concerning politics; includes "Open Letter to Artists and Writers of the Soviet Union;" see also: newspapers by name)
5218 1363-1367 Newsweek, 1939
5218 1368-1373 Newton, Herbert, 1941
5218 1374-1383 Niagara Lithograph Co., 1943-1944
(correspondence concerning sketch by Kent for use in vitamin advertisement)
5218 1384-1513 Nichols, Dale, 1953, 1961
(correspondence about communism and modern art, art in Russia, spiritualism in art, philosophy of art, and Christianity; "Psychoscope," a chart indicating spiritual intensity of various artists; and The Animal Stalks, a pamphlet by Nichols criticizing modernism)
5218 1514-1519 Nichols, Robert, 1920-1921
5218 1520-1552 Niebyl, Karl H., 1948
(correspondence concerning Wallace's presidential campaign, Essex Co., N.Y. American Labor Party activities, and inquiries about Niebyl's background)
Reel Frames
5219 3-39 Niebyl, Karl H., cont.
5219 40-47 Nielson, Nellie, 1954
5219 48-50 Nieman Alumni Council, 1954
5219 51-79 Night Flight, 1949-1950
(thank-you letters for prints given as Christmas gifts)
5219 80-250 Nikiforov, Nikolai Alexeevich, 1959-1966
(correspondence with Russian fan mentioning exhibition of Kent's work at the Pushkin Museum, Kent's activities in the peace movement, customs problems; Nikiforov's bookplates and watercolor; clippings; greeting cards; see also: Russian Correspondence)
5219 251-253 Nobel Peace Committee, 1957
5219 254-259 Nolan, Emilia L., 1971
5219 260-262 Nord Company (see also: Rosen, Herbert), 1956
5219 263-269 Norheim Art Studio, 1948-1949
5219 270-302 Norman, Bradford, Jr. (The Commercial National Bank and Trust Company of New York), 1934, 1941
(concerning advertising commission)
5219 303-308 North American Weather Consultants, 1951
5219 309-321 North Country School, 1946-1949, 1963
5219 322-899 North Country Wallace for President Committee, 1948
(correspondence, including reference to Kent's congressional campaign; see also: Campaign, 1948)
5219 North End Tavern Mural (see: Gero, Ed)
5219 900-905 North, George, 1962
5219 906-911 Northeast Airlines, Inc., 1941, 1950
5219 912-914 Northern Insurance Agency, 1947
5219 915-917 Northern Neighbors, 1966
5219 918-934 Northwestern Michigan College, 1963-1965
5219 unfilmed Notary, 1945-1963
(notice of qualification of Shirley Johnstone Kent; advertisements for supplies; renewal notices)
5219 unfilmed Notes, Addresses, Phone Calls, etc. (see also: Addresses; and Memoranda), winter 1939
5219 939-941 Novick, Ruth, 1969
5219 935-938 Nowak, Hon. Stanley, 1947
5219 942-1155 Nuts, 1939-1946, undated
(letters requesting advice or help, and offering opinions (usually unflattering) about Kent's art, writings, or political beliefs; see also: "Hate" Mail; and Murder)
5219 1156-1161 Obermeier, Erna, 1969
5219 1162-1166 Obrynba, Nikolai, undated, 1944
5219 1167-1170 O'Connor, Jessica, 1970
5219 1171-1184 O'Connor, John, Jr., undated, 1957-1960
5219 1185-1263 Of Men and Mountains, 1959-1960
(paid bills)
5219 1264-1273 Office and File Guide, undated
(list of office supplies and their locations; lists of Kent's files arranged by subject, organization, and individual)
5219 1274-1278 Office for Emergency Management, 1941
5219 1279-1313 Office of Civilian Defense, 1943-1945
(correspondence about commission for posters and newspaper illustrations of fighting forest fires; see also: Campaign (Office of Civilian Defense))
5219 1314-1319 Office of Price Administration, 1942, 1946
5219 1320-1445 Office of War Information, 1942-1945
(correspondence about war posters and use of Kent illustrations in official publications)
5219 unfilmed Office Supplies, 1945-1969
(brochures and orders)
5219 1446-1453 The Ogunquit Art Center, 1941, 1963-1965
5219 1454-1488 Ohbeodrey, Andrei, 1961
(correspondence with Russian art historian about Kent's books and exhibition in Moscow, museums and art patronage in the U.S., Soviet accomplishments in manned spaceflight, and Cold War)
5219 1489-1491 Ohl, Molly C., 1925
5219 1492-1506 Oil Workers Poster, 1941-1942
(correspondence about poster competition)
5219 1507-1512 Oklahoma Committee to Defend Political Prisoners (see also: Labor Committee on Oklahoma Syndicalism Cases), 1941
5219 1513-1515 O'Laufilin, Elizabeth, 1939
5219 1516-1518 Old White Art Gallery, 1934
5219 1519-1523 Olding, Dorothy, 1958
5219 1524-1528 O'Leary, Rose F. O., 1963
5219 unfilmed Oliver Farm Equipment, 1940-1949
(correspondence regarding purchase, repairs, and sales of equipment; also, correspondence and records relating to Kent's work as an Oliver Co. agent)
5219 1529-1533 Olshin, F., 1955
5219 1534-1539 Olson, Irving J., 1964, 1966
5219 1540-1542 Olson, J. Bennet, 1957
5219 1543-1556 Olson, L. M., 1919-1920
Reel Frames
5220 3-10 101 Classics, undated
(photostats of illustrations; see also: The Greystone Corporation)
5220 11-13 O'Neil, Mr., 1941
5220 14-35 Oosterbaan, Jeremiah and Danielle (see also: New House), 1969-1970
5220 36-38 The Open Door, 1936
5220 39-73 Open Letters, 1943-1945
(requests to sign open letters on foreign policy, civil rights, U.S. immigration policy, etc., with copies of the letters)
5220 74-78 The Open Road, Inc., 1926, 1936
5220 79-219 Operation, 1956
(get-well cards and letters)
5220 220-223 Orange Benevolent Society No. 1, Inc., 1950
5220 224-713 Orcutt, Reginald, 1933-1966
(correspondence about Greenland travel and exploration, friends in Iceland and Denmark, politics, family news Kent's passport suit, request for Kent's assistance in promoting work of Norwegian landscape painter)
5220 714-729 Ordnance Sargent, 1941-1942
(correspondence about Kent cover design; complaints about delay in returning original art work, and about inefficiencies of army postal system)
5220 730-733 Orente, Rose, 1965
5220 734-738 Orton, Vrest, undated, 1950-1951
5220 739-788 Osborne, Charlotte Colyer, 1962-1968
5220 789-798 Oser, Jacob, 1956-1957
5220 799-831 O'Sheel, Shaemas, undated, 1944-1954
5220 832-835 Outcalt, Evelyn, 1970
5220 836-918 Overton, Walter, 1920-1931, 1958-1970
(letters to Kathleen Kent about Rockwell III's health, and their bicycle trip from New York to Cuba; letter to Frances Kent about Dickie; thank-you letter for kind mention of him in Kent's autobiography; see also: Kent, Rockwell, III)
5220 919-970 Owen & Chappell, Inc., 1946-1947
(correspondence concerning advertising work; see also: Chappell, George S., Amy, and Ruth)
5220 971-980 Oxford University Press, 1941-1942
5220 981-983 O, Unidentified
(Olga, 1969)
5220 984-994 Pach, Magda F. and Walter, 1926, 1941
5220 995-997 Pagano, Guy, 1946
5220 998-1000 Page, Richmond, 1955
5220 unfilmed Paid Bills (see also: Bills), 1948
5220 1001-1542 Paintings, 1948-1970
(correspondence, mainly with Mac [Robert] McIntyre of Macbeth Galleries and Kent patron J. J. Ryan, about purchases considered and made by Ryan from Kent directly or through Macbeth; correspondence with Ryan also concerns peace movement, civil rights, politics, plans for the Great Kent Collection, and letters of introduction; correspondence about Abbott Thayer Centennial, requests by museums for loans and background information on Kent works in museum collections, conservation problems of older. Kent paintings; general inquiries from prospective purchasers; lists of consignments; invitations to exhibit; see also: Pictures)
5220 Paintings of the Year (see: Pepsi-Cola Company)
Reel Frames
5221 3-6 Palen, Frank A., 1945
5221 7-11 Palm, Dr. Delphine, 1953
5221 12-23 Palmer, Carlton H. and Winthrop B., 1927-1930, 1941, undated
5221 24-26 Palmer, Hornbostel & Jones, 1915
5221 27-45 Palmer, Thomas E., 1962-1963
5221 46-48 Palo Alto Peace Club, 1953
5221 49-115 Palsson, Dr. Joe, 1958-1961
(correspondence about Iceland and politics)
5221 116-118 Pamphlet Press, 1946
5221 119-133 Pan American Airways, 1935-1937
(concerning arrangements for trip to Alaska; fan letters about Salamina)
5221 134-138 Paramount Publix Corporation, 1930-1931
(concerning drawing for movie Stolen Kisses)
5221 139-142 Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1941
5221 143-146 Parker, G. M., undated
5221 147-150 The Parker Pen Company, 1946
5221 151-154 Parkinson, Royal, 1956
5221 155-158 Parsons, Alice T. L., undated
5221 159-164 Parsons School of Design, 1958
5221 165-196 Partymiller, Walter, 1963-1971
5221 197-221 Passport Applications (see also: Department of State, Passport Division), 1945, 1950, 1960-1962
5221 222-1031 Passport Case, 1955-1958
(correspondence with lawyers, elected officials, and supporters; clippings; chronology, and legal briefs of Kent vs. Dulles, Briehl vs. Dulles, Kent and Briehl vs. Dulles lawsuits and appeals)
5221 1032-1066 Pasternak, Boris, 1958-1959
(clippings about Dr. Zhivago)
5221 1067-1102 Patri, Giacomo, 1940-1941
(correspondence concerning foreword by Kent to Patri's book of woodcuts, The Story of the White Collar Worker, and about unionization of artists)
5221 1103-1128 Patsy [Garrow], 1945-1946
(correspondence about local high school girl who lived and worked in the Kent household)
5221 1129-1154 Patterson Brothers, 1944-1946
5221 1155-1186 Patterson, William and Louise, undated, 1954-1961
5221 1187-1189 Pattno, Betty, undated
5221 1190-1216 Paul Bunyan, 1942
(correspondence about illustrations; review; see also: Shepherd, Esther)
5221 1217-1221 Pauling, Dr. Linus, 1960-1961
5221 1222-1228 Paulson, Bob, 1970
5221 1229-1242 Pavelle Laboratories, Inc., 1941-1947
5221 1243-1252 Payro, Horace, 1944-1947
5221 1253-1255 Peace Book Company, 1968
5221 1256-1259 The Peace Heritage Exchange Program, 1964
5221 1260-1441 Peace Information Center, 1950-1951
(correspondence about fund-raising and educational events, Kent lecture tour, foreign agent registration requirements; itineraries, expense reports; printed matter of Peace Information Center and other peace organizations, including brochures, form letters, petitions, press releases, newsletters, and clippings; see also: Du Bois, W. E. B.)
Reel Frames
5222 2-138 Peace Information Center, cont.
5222 139-164 Peace Movements--Miscellaneous, 1951
(correspondence with Herbert Pell and James F. Lincoln about their letters to the editors of the New York Times and Cleveland Press, and peace pamphlet published by Pell)
5222 165-215 Peace Prize, 1950
(correspondence with Committee of the World Congress of the Defenders of Peace concerning appointment of Kent to jury and his inability to attend due to being denied a passport; lists of prize candidates, and reports of meetings of the jury)
5222 Peace Publications (see: Alfred, Helen)
5222 216-255 Peace Stamps, 1959, 1961
(correspondence concerning design and distribution of peace stamps to benefit Council of American-Soviet Friendship and other peace groups; sample stamps; orders)
5222 256-324 Pearce, Cap, and Clara Kent [daughter], 1938-1970, undated
(family news, correspondence about publishing and reproduction of Kent illustrations; see also: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc.; and Kent, Clara [daughter])
5222 325-343 Pearmain, Robert and Nancy, 1912
5222 344-346 Pearson, Fred, 1946
5222 347-360 Peirce, Waldo, 1928
(Unser Kent; see also: Gaige, Crosby)
5222 361-364 Pelkey, Mr. and Mrs. Euclid F., 1970
5222 365-368 Pell, Hon. Herbert, 1951
5222 369-375 Pendergast, Mrs. E. P., undated, 1944
5222 376-404 Pending, 1933-1934
(requests for books, prints, illustrations)
5222 405-412 Penn Camera Exchange, 1940-1952
(orders)
5222 413-415 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1959
5222 416-418 Pennsylvania Railroad, 1943
5222 419-430 People to See, 1942-1943
5222 431-434 Peoples Action Service, 1946
5222 435-438 Peoples Artists, Inc., 1950
5222 439-441 People's Conference for the Re-election of Congressman Vito Marcantonio, undated
5222 442-456 People's Council for Americanism, 1940
(correspondence about the need for a third party)
5222 unfilmed People's Dairy, 1964
(receipts for milk sold to cooperative)
5222 457-464 People's Institute for Applied Religions, 1941
5222 unfilmed Peoples National Fire Insurance Company, 1916
(policy on Staten Island property)
5222 465-484 People's National Health Committee, 1939-1940
(correspondence about the work of the committee, and commission to design cover for People's Health Bulletin)
5222 485-615 People's Radio Foundation, 1944-1947
correspondence and printed matter concerning establishment of the foundation, with act of incorporation, background information on development of FM radio, minutes, reports to directors and stockholders, and broadcast schedules)
5222 616-654 People's Songs, Inc., 1946-1948
(correspondence about songbook, and request for drawing for newsletter cover and help in scheduling fund raisers; see also: Hays, Lee)
5222 unfilmed People's Songs, Inc. Bulletin, 1945-1947
(monthly publication)
5222 655-662 People's War, 1942
5222 663-667 People's World, 1957-1959
5222 668-681 Pepper, Senator Claude, 1944, 1950-1951
(correspondence about Smith Act)
5222 682-687 Pepsi-Cola Company (Paintings of the Year), 1946
5222 688-690 Perini, Marie, undated
5222 691-695 Perky, Mr. and Mrs., 1946-1947
5222 696-756 Perl, Dr. William R., 1950-1955
(correspondence about mutual friends, copies of Perl's articles on psychotherapy, and the use of handwriting analysis as a diagnostic tool; see also: Handwriting Analyses, R.K.)
5222 757-1261 Perlo, Victor and Ellen, 1955-1971
(correspondence about Perlo's passport case, mutual friends, comments on Mike Wallace interview of Kent, economics, and politics)
5222 1262-1333 Permissions (see also: Reproductions (Requests for Permission)), 1933, 1937, 1969-1971
5222 1334-1336 Perrine, Van Derring, 1937
5222 1337-1344 Perry, Barbara, 1958
5222 1345-1347 The Personal Book Shop, 1933
5222 1348-1371 Petchkovsky, Michael J., 1961
(correspondence about Petchkovsky's collection of Pushkin memorabilia and its disposition)
5222 1372-1375 Peters, Mr., 1953
5222 1376-1453 Peterson, Ergon R. (Pete) and La Gette, undated, 1958-1970
5222 1454-1467 Pevsner, Sam, 1957, 1959
5222 1468-1472 William Lyon Phelps Collection, 1940
5222 1473-1540 Phi Gamma Delta, 1936-1956, 1963
(correspondence including invitations, fund raising, and illustration for the fraternity's magazine; see also: Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta)
Reel Frames
5223 3-56 Phi Gamma Delta, cont.
5223 57-61 Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1925, 1960
5223 62-77 Philadelphia Print Club, 1928-1930, 1951
(letters concerning exhibition and sale of Kent prints, notification of best print award, and invitation to speak; see also: The Print Club (Philadelphia))
5223 78-81 Philadelphia Water Color Club, 1947
5223 82-85 Philadelphia Young Friends' Association, Inc., 1926
5223 86-89 Philip Morris & Co., Ltd., Inc., 1951
5223 91-92 Philipp, Jane 1956
5223 93-123 Phillips, Duncan, 1927-1929, 1941
(about development of Phillips Collection, purchase and exhibition of Kent paintings, and plans for Phillips Memorial Gallery)
5223 124-190 Philo, Harry M., 1948-1950
(correspondence concerning American Labor Party business, and lawsuit to recover bad debt and campaign wagon from Philo)
5223 191-193 Photographer, 1940
5223 194-197 Piatigorsky, Gregor, 1941
5223 198-326 Pictures, 1930-1947
(correspondence with museums and galleries concerning loans, attempt to locate privately owned Kent paintings, letters from prospective buyers, reproduction permissions, requests for background information about paintings; miscellaneous notes and lists of paintings, prints, and illustrated books; see also: Paintings)
5223 327-330 Pierce, Don, 1931
5223 331-333 Pierce, Ethel May, 1941
5223 334-371 Pierce, L. Bruce, 1969-1971
5223 372-379 S. S. Pierce Co., 1952
5223 380-384 Pierson, Cornelia, 1951
5223 385-395 Pierson, Virnie, undated, 1946-1951
5223 396-398 Pine, Mrs., 1947
5223 399-402 Pineiro, Lorenzo, 1939
5223 403-440 Pinzke, Herbert, 1953-1957, 1963
(correspondence concerning Society of Typographic Artists' Rockwell Kent "Keepsake")
5223 441-874 Pious, Minerva, 1947-1970
(includes correspondence about preparing Kent's Greenland diary for publication)
5223 875-882 Piscator, Dr. Erwin, 1949
5223 883-886 Pitkin, Walter B., 1946
5223 887-893 Pittman, John and Margaret, 1961
5223 894-1011 Plagiarism, undated, 1930-1959
(correspondence about unauthorized reproductions, copyright infringement, and plagiarism of Kent illustrations; samples of published illustrations)
5223 1012-1015 Plank, George, 1936
5223 1016-1020 Plant, Philip M., 1941
5223 1021-1025 Platt, David, 1952
5223 1026-1029 Plattsburgh Public Library, 1962
5223 1030-1032 Playgram Publications, 1958
5223 1033-1035 Plimpton, Russell A., 1941
5223 1036-1038 Plourde, Andre, 1947
5223 1039-1042 Plourde, Gemma, 1965
5223 1043-1045 Plummer, Father, 1945
5223 1046-1049 Plummer, Sir Leslie, 1958
5223 1050-1071 PM, 1941-1945
5223 1072-1074 Pocket Books, Inc., 1946
5223 1075-1097 Poehler, Robert S., 1968-1970
5223 1098-1100 Polacheck, Stanley, 1952
5223 1101-1103 Polak, Mrs. Nahum, 1958
5223 1104-1108 Polevoi, Boris, 1969-1970
5223 1109-1165 Polish Friends, 1961-1965
5223 1166-1173 Pollak, O., 1945-1946
5223 1174-1177 Pommeroy, William J., 1963
5223 1178-1194 Pope, Arthur Upham, 1955-1956
5223 1195-1198 Popular Mechanics Press, 1952
5223 1199-1224 Porter, Bern, 1959-1969
5223 1225-1227 Porter, Cyrus, 1944
5223 1340-1342 Porter, Lt., 1952
5223 1228-1321 Porter, Marjorie, 1946-1969
(correspondence with historian of Essex Co., N.Y., about interesting Burl Ives in her balled collection, and plans for Adirondack history exhibit)
5223 1322-1339 Porter, Phil, undated, 1955-1959
5223 1343-1444 Portinari, Candido, 1938-1947
(correspondence with Brazilian painter, includes advice on lithographic techniques and proposed visit to the U.S.; correspondence with publisher about book on the life and work of Portinari, with an introduction by Kent)
5223 1445-1465 Post Office, 1930-1933
(complaints)
5223 1466-1559 Post Office Murals, 1934-1938
(correspondence and contracts pertaining to design and installation of murals for U.S. Post Office Department, Washington, D.C.; correspondence, press releases, and clippings regarding controversy over Eskimo language message incorporated in the mural that was interpreted as support for Puerto Rican independence; see also: Puerto Rican Mural)
Reel Frames
5224 3-27 Post Office Murals, cont.
5224 28-194 Post Office Murals Controversy, 1937
5224 195-217 Postage Stamp Controversy, 1937
(letters to postmaster general and the New York Times calling U.S. postage stamps "artistically offensive"; correspondence about competition for postage stamp design, and Kent's critiques of winning entries)
5224 unfilmed Postal & Express Receipts, etc., 1941-1967
5224 218-221 Pratt Institute, 1948
5224 222-225 Preator, Moiria, undated
5224 226-237 Prendergast, Maurice B., 1911, undated
(letters about exhibition; 2 calling cards)
5224 238-240 Prescott, Mr., 1952
5224 241-243 Prescott, Mrs. Roger Baber, 1942
5224 244-391 President and Congress, 1961-1970
5224 392-397 Pressed Steel Car Co., Inc., 1947
5224 398-908 Price, Arthur, 1947-1948, 1954-1970
(correspondence about mutual friends, family, Kent's books, health, Mike Wallace interview of Kent, passport suit, and travels)
5224 909-921 Price Lists, 1955-1959
(prints, drawings, and paintings on consignment and for sale from exhibitions)
5224 922-925 Prima Theatrical Co., 1946
5224 927-934 Prime, May, 1945, undated
5224 935-961 Primus, Pearl, 1945-1948
(letters [mostly illegible due to water damage], greeting cards, programs of Primus dance performance, and newspaper article about her)
5224 962-993 Princeton University, 1941-1947, 1960-1963
5224 994-1004 Print, 1941
5224 1005-1016 Print Club (Cleveland, Ohio), 1933
(correspondence concerning edition of Mountain Climber published by the club)
5224 1017-1019 The Print Club (Philadelphia) (see also: Philadelphia Print Club), 1941
5224 1020-1026 The Print Collector's Quarterly, 1939, 1949-1950
5224 1027-1034 Print Council of America, 1960
5224 The Print Rooms (see: Furman, Erwin)
5224 1035-1037 Pritt, Mr., 1952
5224 unfilmed Processing Sheets, 1947
(dairy business statistics)
5224 Professional Art Quarterly (see: Duggar, Ben)
5224 1038-1044 Program, 1941-1942
5224 1045-1048 Progress Publishing Company, 1939
5224 1049-1053 Progressive Citizens of America, 1947
5224 1054-1104 Progressive Librarians Council, 1941
(correspondence concerning arrangements for radio broadcast and publication of Kent's speech; letters in support of council president Philip Keeny's ambition to become director of Cleveland Public Library; see also: Radio Addresses)
5224 1105-1197 Progressive Party, 1948-1965
5224 1198-1209 Promoting Enduring Peace, 1951-1965
5224 1210-1217 The Protestant, 1948
5224 1218-1222 Protestantism Answers Hate, 1941
5224 1223-1227 Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1958
5224 1228-1237 Provisional Citizens Committee to Aid Letter Shop Workers, 1941
5224 unfilmed Proxies, 1944
(relating to investments)
5224 1238-1243 Public Broadcasting Environment Center, 1970
5224 1244-1309 Public Service Commission, 1938-1939, 1949
(correspondence with lawyers, elected officials, etc., concerning complaints about fare structure and condition of Delaware and Hudson railway cars; legal papers dismissing the complaint)
5224 1310-1348 Public Use of Arts Committee, 1938-1939, undated
(correspondence about art for decoration of subway stations, invitation to serve on committee, arrangements for Kent radio address publicizing City-Wide Children's Arts Festival; texts of interview and speech)
5224 1349-1522 Publications Contributed to, 1940-1970
(correspondence with authors and editors concerning book reviews, introductions, and articles by Kent for publication in books, exhibition catalogs, newspapers, and magazines relating to art, politics, the USSR, and other subjects; reproduction permissions)
Reel Frames
5225 3-1531 Publications Contributed to, cont.
Reel Frames
5226 3-164 Publications Contributed to, cont.
5226 165-185 Publicity, 1941, undated
5226 186-225 Publishers, 1968-1969
5226 226-228 The Publisher's Weekly, 1941
5226 229-400 Puerto Rican Mural, 1937-1938, undated
(correspondence concerning controversy over Kent mural in Post Office Department, Washington, D.C., depicting delivery of Eskimo-language message to the people of Puerto Rico and interpreted as supporting Puerto Rican independence; undated manuscript of "Let Us Change Chiefs," an article by Kent about the mural controversy; see also: Post Office Murals; Post Office Murals Controversy; and Quinn, Tom)
5226 401-591 Puerto Rico, 1936-1957
(correspondence, 1936-1944, about political and labor conditions in Puerto Rico, civil rights and political prisoners, and Puerto Rican nationalism; correspondence, 1956-1957, with friends in Puerto Rico and plans for visiting)
5226 592-625 Pulitzer, Ralph, 1922, 1927-1929, undated
5226 626-630 Pulitzer, Seward W. (Pully), 1946-1947
5226 631-644 The Pullman Company, 1942-1946
5226 645-648 Puma, Fernando, 1944
5226 649-653 Punsky, Frania, 1941
5226 654-657 Purdue University, 1955
5226 658-661 Purdy, James, 1961
5226 662-679 Pushman vs. New York Graphic Society, 1941
(correspondence concerning artists' publication rights)
5226 680-934 Putnam, George P., 1919-1956, 1965
(correspondence concerning Rockwell Kent, Inc., publication of books written and/or illustrated by Kent; royalty statements; see also: Brewer & Warren, Inc.)
5226 935-938 Putnam, Israel, Sr., 1941
5226 939-943 Putnam, Peg, 1956-1957
5226 944-949 Putnam, Samuel, 1941
5226 950-954 Putnam's Bookstore, 1946
5226 955-973 G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1941-1942
5226 974-1572 Pynson Printers Incorporated, 1927-1940
(correspondence about design details and specifications for illustrated books, bookplates, and other Kent work; founding of colophon magazine; invoices with some samples of completed work; see also: Adler, Elmer)
Reel Frames
5227 3-339 Pynson Printers Incorporated, cont.
5227 340-346 P, Unidentified and Illegible
(Guido and Grace P., undated; Horace Pecu[?], 1948; Rosamund, 1970)
5227 347-349 Quayle, Bruce, 1957
5227 350-352 The Queen Elizabeth, 1970
5227 353-356 Queen, Ellery, undated
5227 357-363 Quinn, Tom, 1941
(design and installation of murals for U.S. Post Office Department, Washington, D.C.; correspondence, press releases, and clippings regarding controversy over Eskimo-language message incorporated in the mural that was interpreted as support for Puerto Rican independence; see also: Post Office Murals; Post Office Murals Controversy; Puerto Rican Mural)
5227 364-369 Rabin and Krueger Gallery, 1954
5227 370-391 Rabinowitz, Clara, 1910, 1915
5227 392-414 Rabinowitz, N., 1933-1939
(concerning purchases of art supplies)
5227 415-420 Rackley, Mildred, 1941-1942
5227 421-516 Radical Groups--Communist Party and Activities, 1935-1937
(correspondence regarding contributions, request for cover illustration and discussion of symbolism of final design, and invitations to speak at or attend events)
5227 517-560 Radical Groups--Fascism--American League Against War and Fascism, 1936-1937
(inquiries about magazine cover designs, lectures, invitations to events, form letters and other printed matter)
5227 561-591 Radical Groups--Germany--Guild for German Cultural Freedom; Committee for Anti-Nazi Literature, etc., 1936-1937
(requests for sponsorship and invitations to speak)
5227 592-841 Radical Groups--Political Prisoners, National Committee for the Defense of, 1936-1938, undated
(correspondence and printed matter, mainly about Brazil and fund raising)
5227 842-865 Radical Groups--Russia--Soviet Russia Today, 1936-1937
(correspondence concerning article and drawings for the magazine; see also: Soviet Russia Today)
5227 866-960 Radical Groups--Sharecroppers, 1936-1940, undated
(correspondence about plight of southern agricultural laborers and their need to unionize, request for Kent to design stamp for the cause, and film about sharecroppers; letters from Lee Hays concerning his progress as a writer, with copy of a short story; printed matter)
5227 961-1096 Radical Groups--Spain--Medical Bureau to Aid Spanish Democracy, 1936-1938
(correspondence about activities of Artists and Writers Committee, fund raising, invitations to speak, requests to design logo; form letters; clippings; see also: Spanish Causes)
5227 1097-1204 Radical Groups--Various Assorted, 1936-1938
(includes correspondence with American League to Abolish Capital Punishment, Bill of Rights Poster Contest, Gallup Civil Rights Commission, Federal Arts Committee, and Federal Writers' Project)
5227 1205-1358 Radio Addresses, 1941-1960
(text of speech to Progressive Librarians Council and resulting fan mail, 1941; scripts for campaign speeches, 1946 or 1948; correspondence concerning arrangements for broadcasts, and texts of remarks on peace, 1959-1960; see also: Progressive Librarians Council; and Speeches)
5227 1359-1366 Radio Corporation of America, 1930
5227 1367-1369 Raffles, 1968
5227 1370-1461 Rahr, Guido, 1943-1950, 1966
(correspondence about centennial history of Rahr Malting Co., written and illustrated by Kent, and technical details of its printing; see also: Hinrichs, Hans; History of Manitowoc Co. Rahr Family; and To Thee)
5227 unfilmed Rail Travel Credit Agency, 1948-1949
(credit card contract and related correspondence)
5227 1462-1511 Rainey, Pat, 1951-1954, 1958, undated
5227 1512-1516 Rajappan, P., 1962
5227 1517-1523 Ramsey, Carl T., 1958-1959
5227 1524-1559 Random House, 1928-1959, 1970
(correspondence concerning Kent-illustrated books published by Random House, ideas for future projects, payments and royalties, and commissions to design insignia and bookplate)
Reel Frames
5228 3-253 Random House, cont. 1928-1959, 1970
5228 254-256 Rantz, Berta, 1959
5228 Rapid Blue Print Co. (see: Davis, Henry R.)
5228 257-259 Rapp, Hilde, 1946
5228 260-324 Rasmussen, Knud, 1929-1931
(correspondence regarding translations of Greenland sagas, and plans for Kent voyage to Greenland; see also: Denmark Correspondence)
5228 unfilmed Rationing--Farm Machinery, 1944
5228 unfilmed Rationing Correspondence (see also: Fuel Coupons), 1944-1945
5228 325-327 Raus, Milton, 1947
5228 328-331 Robert Raven Rehabilitation Committee, 1950
5228 332-371 Raymond and Raymond Incorporated, 1937-1940
(about reproduction of Mt. Equinox and Winter, Monhegan)
5228 372-374 Raymond & Whitcomb Company, 1926
5228 375-382 Raymond, Frank Jo, 1941, 1950, 1952
5228 383-417 Read, H. O., 1926-1931
5228 418-425 Read, Mary, 1937
5228 426-428 Readers Digest, 1946
5228 429-434 Real Estate (Farms for Sale), 1939
(offer to sell property to Kent)
5228 435-443 Real, James, 1962-1963
5228 444-448 Reality: A Journal of Artists' Opinions, 1954
5228 777-785 Rebalbuto, L. A., 1942
5228 449-452 Rebentisch, Martha R., 1952
5228 453-458 Reber, Alma (Mrs. Jean Loomis Reeber), 1948
5228 459-462 Receipts--Contracts, etc., 1928-1931
(passenger car registration, check stubs from publishers)
5228 463-467 Red Cross 1944 War Fund of Greater New York, Artists for Victory Division, 1944
5228 473-476 Carroll Reed Ski Shops, 1952
5228 477-480 Reed, Carolyn H., undated
5228 481-547 Reed, Gordon and Kate [aunt] (see also: Banff, Canada), 1927-1959
5228 548-609 Reed, Lawrence, 1942-1966
(correspondence with collector of Kentiana who requested help in selling his collection)
5228 468-472 Reed, [illegible], undated
5228 610-673 Reeves, Ruth, 1948-1965
(correspondence about hiring a Reeves student to assist Kent, Artists Equity Association, mutual friends, Kent on relation of design to literary expression, Reeves's travels to India, and gift of Kent Collection to the USSR; article about Reeves)
5228 674-776 Refregier, Anton, 1957-1970
5228 786-794 Rehn, Frank K. M., 1927-1929
(includes receipt for sale of painting and shipping arrangements)
5228 795-798 Reiner, Mr., undated
5228 799-804 Reingold, Morris, 1956
5228 805-814 Reiser, Paul, 1966-1967
5228 815-819 Reiter, Dr. Samuel, 1948
5228 820-833 Relief in Spain, 1937-1939
(mainly form letters from American Red Cross)
5228 834-848 Rennell, Martin and Florence, 1941, 1943
5228 849-911 Replies from Art Teachers to Text Book Questionnaire, 1941
(form letter to instructors of college students training to be art teachers, seeking comments about Kent's proposed text book; sample table of contents and replies; see also: Text Book)
5228 912-938 Reproductions (Requests for Permission) (see also: Permissions), 1941-1942
5228 939-942 Resika, A., 1962, 1965
5228 943-945 Resist, 1967
5228 946-952 Ressinger, Paul M., 1941
5228 953-956 Reyes, Guadalupe, 1941
5228 957-961 Reymond, Frank, 1965
5228 962-968 Reynolds, James, 1942
5228 969-971 Reynolds, Julia C., undated
5228 972-975 Rhodes, Clayton E., 1954
5228 976-978 Rhythm: A Journal for the Promotion of the Four Arts, 1955
5228 979-982 Rice, Anna T., 1945
5228 983-993 Rice, Shepherd, 1962, 1968-1970
5228 994-999 Richards, G. Thayer, 1940
5228 1000-1005 Rich's, Inc., 1941-1942
5228 1006-1010 Rideout, Patricia M., 1947
5228 1011-1013 Rie, Paul, 1950
5228 1014-1137 The Right to Travel Exhibition, 1955
(correspondence concerning arrangements and publicity for the show, a fund raiser intended to defray Kent's legal expenses for passport lawsuit; clippings related to passport problems)
5228 1138-1200 Ripley, A. Crooks, 1935-1947
(correspondence with an English fan)
5228 1201-1203 Ritz Tower Hotel, 1942
5228 1204-1290 Rivera Appeal, 1957
(Diego Rivera's letter "to Rockwell Kent and all artists and men of culture" calling for an end to nuclear weapons; correspondence with National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, William Gropper, Rivera, and Norman Cousins about how to bring widespread attention to the appeal; text of address by Pablo Neruda to World Council of Peace, Ceylon, June 1957)
5228 1291-1294 Rivers, Myra, 1939
5228 1295-1309 Robare, Louis P. and Nancy, 1951-1960, 1968
5228 1310-1312 Robbins, Rachel, 1955
5228 1313-1321 Roberts, Holland (see also: American Russian Institute), 1951, 1957-1958
5228 1322-1326 Roberts, Ronnie & Richard, 1962-1963
5228 1327-1410 Robeson, Paul, 1942-1953
(includes letter of congratulation on Othello, review, and theater program; form letters concerning fund raising for Council on African Affairs; invitation to visit Kent, and requests for Robeson to appear at or support various events sponsored by civil rights or political organizations; birth announcements)
5228 1411-1413 Robeson Process Co., 1946
5228 1414-1416 Robin, Eva, 1936
5228 1417-1423 Robinson, Earl, 1965
5228 1424-1519 Robinson, Ione, 1945-1970
(outline of a book and correspondence about possibilities for collaboration; also, her financial and medical problems, and advice from Kent)
5228 1520-1524 Robinson, Joseph, 1939, 1950
5228 1525-1533 Robinson, Reid, 1949
5228 1534-1563 Robinson Travel, 1946-1950
(travel arrangements)
Reel Frames
5229 3-32 Robinson Travel, cont.
5229 33-49 Roche Advertising Co., 1926-1930
(correspondence concerning drawing for the Chicago Tribune)
5229 50-114 Roche, Margrit Andresen, 1938
(letters to Kent, American Artists Congress and the Artists Union, with "Purpose of the Free Lance Artists' Mutual Enterprises and Allied Creative Enterprises," a plan for a federation of artists' cooperatives)
5229 115-118 Rochester, Charles E., 1941
5229 119-121 Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1926
5229 122-130 Rockwell, Norman, 1941, 1949-1952
5229 131-315 Roe, Wellington, 1941-1945, undated
(correspondence about request to write introduction to a book by Art Young and Roe, activities of the National Committee for Peoples' Rights, account of Roe's dismissal from civilian position with U.S. Navy for previous political activities, compulsory military training, Roe's work for Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and Kent drawings for some of its publications)
5229 317-321 Roerich Academy of Arts, 1941
5229 322-341 Roerich Museum, 1929-1930, 1941
(request for biographical information and a photo to include in upcoming book on leaders of American artistic and cultural life, article proposing creation of international peace flag, and catalog of exhibition from the collection of George S. Hellman that included a painting by Kent)
5229 342-346 Roerich, Nicholas, 1945
5229 347-350 Roerich Pact and Banner of Peace Committee, 1946
5229 351-365 Rogers, Bruce, 1946, 1950
5229 366-371 Rogers, Henry Geer, undated, 1964
5229 372-385 J. & J. Rogers Company, 1936, 1959-1961
5229 386-390 Rogers, John C., 1954
5229 391-395 Rogers, Spaulding, 1958
5229 396-406 Rogers, Sydney, 1938, 1945
5229 407-430 Rogge, O. John and Wanda, 1948-1950
5229 431-435 Rohr, Eugene, 1945, 1947
5229 436-441 Rojankovski, Feodor, 1944-1945
5229 442-446 Romano, Emanuel, 1941, 1943
5229 447-489 Romanoff, Michael, 1930-1936
(correspondence about money owed to Kent, and Romanoff's impersonation of Kent; news clippings)
5229 490-523 Romas, Yakov and Alyosha, 1964-1966, undated
5229 524-527 Rome, Carolyn, undated
5229 528-543 Roos, Delmar G. (Barney), 1943-1946
5229 544-583 Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor, 1938-1945
(letters to the president regarding American policy in Japan, praising speech at the Museum of Modern Art and emphasizing importance of Fine Arts Division of WPA, supporting the release of Earl Browder and Harry Bridges, protesting against FBI investigator's questions concerning Soviet students' Christmas visit to Kent home; letter of condolence to Eleanor Roosevelt upon the death of her husband)
5229 unfilmed Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, 1945
(PM and Daily Worker issues reporting the death and funeral of FDR, and inauguration of Truman)
5229 584-587 Roper, Elmo, 1949
5229 588-590 Rose, William, 1961
5229 591-626 Roselius, Ludwig, 1917-1928
(letters and clippings from Bulgaria's general counsel to Germany)
5229 627-633 Rosemarie de Paris, Inc., 1949
5229 Rosen, Charles (see: Creative Art)
5229 680-682 Rosen, Dr., 1960
5229 634-639 Rosen, Helen and Sam, undated
5229 640-679 Rosen, Herbert, 1956-1957
(correspondence concerning arrangements for Nord Co. to publish Kent drawings on Christmas cards; see also: Nord Co.)
5229 683-1410 Rosenberg, James N. and Bessie, 1927-1970
(correspondence with artist friend who was also Kent's attorney, concerning: purchase of property, Kent's complaint against Delaware and Hudson, problems with publishers, refugees in Dominican Republic, investments, Kent's American Labor Party campaign, politics, revision of wills of Rockwell and Sally, criticism of Metropolitan Museum, gifts and purchases of art by Rosenberg, civil rights, and anti-Semitism; also gallery announcements of Rosenberg exhibitions)
5229 1411-1448 Rosenberg, Vivian and Irving, 1957-1963
5229 1449-1451 Rosenfeld, Ernest, 1936
5229 1452-1455 Rosenfeld, Kurt, 1943
5229 1456-1471 Rosengren, Mrs. Frank, 1936-1938
(correspondence regarding bookplate design, and exhibition of Kent prints in Rosengren's bookstore)
5229 1472-1490 Ross, Marion Sheila, 1950-1960
5229 1491-1507 Rotary Club, 1939
(correspondence concerning speaking engagement at Rotary Club in Glens Falls, N.Y., and reply to its request for further information about the American League for Peace and Democracy)
5229 1508-1511 Rothman, Walter, 1941
5229 1512-1514 Rothschild, Lincoln, 1968
5229 1515-1522 Rothschild, Myron, 1939, 1949
5229 1523-1526 Rouse, Blair, 1948
5229 1527-1530 Royal Society of Arts, 1946
5229 unfilmed Royalties, Dividends, etc. (Deposits), 1940-1946
(mainly banking records, some receipts, check stubs, and itemized statements of royalties)
5229 1531-1536 Rubenstein, Dr. H. J., 1941
5229 1537-1541 Rubenstein, John Bendix, 1941
5229 1542-1546 Rubin, Bill and Rose, 1961-1962
5229 1547-1551 Rubin, Louis S., 1960
5229 1552-1554 Rubin, Mr., 1940
Reel Frames
5230 3-23 Rubinstein, Annette, 1958, 1960, 1963
5230 24-28 Rudabarg, Anna and Stanley, 1966
5230 29-77 Rudhyar, D., undated
("An Introduction to the Mysteries of Space," by D. Rudhyar, poet, philosopher, and composer; series of poems, "New York Summer," and letter of congratulations to Kent on his appointment as editor of Creative Art, with offer to contribute articles)
5230 78-208 Ruggles, Carl, undated, 1913-1928, 1966, 1969
(letters including thanks to Kent for opera ideas and mention of Stokowski; discussion of Ruggles's work and Kent's activities)
5230 209-211 H. I. Ruggles & Company, 1953
5230 212-218 Rukeyser, Muriel, 1940-1941
5230 219-471 Rumania, 1959-1961
(correspondence with friends and officials of the Rumanian Institute for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, about: costumes, publications, Kent exhibition in Moscow, and proposed gift to the USSR)
5230 472-476 Rummel, Elizabeth, 1964-1965
5230 477-482 Rushia, Ector, 1970
5230 486-488 Russell, L. G., 1942
5230 483-485 Russell, Mrs., 1951
5230 489-492 Russell-Rutter Company, Inc., 1954
5230 493-573 Russian Correspondence, 1960-1961
(correspondence with Soviet friends about manned space flight, news of mutual friends, Cold War, travel plans (many letters in Russian, with English translations); bookplate samples from Nikiforov; see also: Nikiforov, Nikolai Alexeevich; Solov, Alyosha, Galya, and Nikiforov; Soviet Friends; and Zaborovsky, Frank)
5230 574-855 Russian War Relief, 1941-1945
(correspondence concerning poster by Kent for Russian War Relief, poster exhibition, speaking engagements, and fund raising)
5230 856-858 Ruth, Corrine, 1956
5230 859-862 Rutland Herald, 1938
5230 863-868 Rutland Railroad, 1943
5230 869-879 R, Unidentified
(Debbie, undated; Gloria, 1970; Jimmy R., undated; Joyce and Bob R., 1953)
5230 880-883 Saadoun, Arisa, 1947-1948
5230 884-1076 Sacco-Vanzetti, 1927-1929
(correspondence with Worcester Art Museum concerning upcoming exhibition and announcement that Kent is severing all connections with the museum and other institutions in Massachusetts as a protest against executions of Sacco and Vanzetti; letters in reaction to the announcement; clippings; photographs of Sacco and Vanzetti)
5230 1077-1080 Sachs, Hillard M., 1971
5230 1081-1084 Sackett, DeForest, 1948
5230 1085-1088 Sackley, Dr. Ralph R., 1957
5230 1089-1091 Sagrera, Ricardo, Jr., 1945
5230 1092-1099 Sahula, Mary, undated, 1945
5230 1100-1110 St. John, Robert, undated, 1946, 1958, 1963
5230 1111-1114 Sala, Roland J., 1945
5230 1115-1141 Salamina, 1967-1969
(correspondence with geography professor about Salamina's granddaughter)
5230 1142-1167 Salamina China, 1939
(correspondence concerning presentation set of Salamina china for Mr. Olindow, director of Greenland)
5230 1168-1171 Salter, Harry, 1950
5230 1172-1175 Salute, undated, 1946
5230 unfilmed Salvage, 1944
(correspondence with War Production Board about salvaging scrap materials for the war effort)
5230 1176-1178 Salzman, Mrs. Reuben, 1959
5230 1179-1182 The Samuel Adams School for Social Studies, 1946
5230 1183-1186 Samuels, Landers, 1947
5230 1187-1189 San Francisco Chronicle, 1938
5230 1190-1192 Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leslie, 1950
5230 1193-1209 SANE, 1963
5230 1210-1221 Sanger, Margaret, undated, 1915
5230 1222-1227 The Saranac Art League, 1941
5230 1228-1428 Sargent, Porter and Jane, 1940-1970
(correspondence about Sargent's books, politics, and American education)
5230 unfilmed Sargent Bulletins, circa 1940-1943
(bulletins (no. 67-94); reviews, advertisements, and order forms for Porter Sargent's books on education, politics, and suppressed news; reprints of articles by others)
5230 1429-1432 Sasik, Andrew, 1945
5230 1433-1468 The Saturday Forum Luncheon Group, 1941-1942
5230 1469-1470 The Saturday Review, 1926
5230 1471-1474 Sauers, Edithe and Clark, undated
5230 1482-1485 Savage, Anna, 1945
5230 1475-1477 Save the Children Federation, 1943
5230 1478-1481 Sawyer, Jean, undated
5230 1486-1489 Scanlon, Robert, 1949
5230 1490-1493 Schachter, Simon, 1959
5230 1494-1498 Schaefer, Martha, 1942
5230 1499-1501 Schaefer, Paul, 1946
5230 1502-1506 Schaefer, Dr. S. W., 1952
5230 1507-1526 Schaffner, Joseph Halle, 1941-1942, 1950-1956, 1969
5230 1527-1543 Schappes Defense Committee, 1941-1942
5230 1544-1550 Scheier, Aaron, H., and Florence, 1948, 1956-1957
5230 1551-1557 Schenker, Ben W., 1944
5230 1558-1560 Schenkman, Rita, 1939
5230 Scherer, H., 1948
(scanned with Reel 5230, Frames 1544-1550)
5230 1561-1564 Schering Corporation, 1941
5230 1565-1569 Schiff, Bertha and Maurice, 1959-1960
Reel Frames
5231 3-10 Schiller, Albert, 1942-1943, 1952
5231 11-86 Schillinger, Frances and Joseph (see also: Shaw, Frances; and Singer, Frances), 1940-1971
5231 87-112 Schindler, Pauline G., 1960-1965, 1970
5231 113-116 G. Schirmer, Inc., 1947
5231 117-119 Schlamme, Miss, 1953
5231 120-133 Schlesinger, Dr. H. Leonard and Caroline, 1957, 1966-1970
5231 134-139 Schlosser, Philip, 1941
5231 140-142 Schneiderman-Darcy Defense Committee, 1940
5231 143-145 Schneidermann, William, 1941
5231 146-152 Schoenbrun, David F., 1953
5231 153-158 Scholle, Howard A., 1951
5231 159-165 Scholz, Miroslav, 1933, 1941
5231 166-169 Scholz, R. R., 1941
5231 170-188 Scholz, Walter, undated, 1959-1961
5231 189-195 School for Democracy, 1941-1943
5231 196-198 School of Applied Philosophy, 1942
5231 199-210 School Milk Fight, 1944-1945
(letters to school board and other interested parties requesting contract to supply milk to AuSable public schools)
5231 211-219 Schoonover, Pat, 1968-1969
5231 220-228 Schrader, F. L., 1942, 1944-1955
5231 229-231 Schroder, Dorothy B., 1942
5231 232-235 Schroeder, H. L., 1947
5231 236-243 Schultze, Betty, 1941
5231 244-251 Schumacher, H. A., 1943
5231 252-767 Schumm, Paul and Dorothy, 1957-1961
(correspondence about current events, politics, Puerto Rico and Cuba, travels, and Kent's autobiography)
5231 768-772 Schuster, Fernande, 1941
5231 773-774 Schutzer, Arthur, 1967
5231 775-777 Schwab and Beatty, Inc., 1936
5231 778-783 Scientific American, 1954
5231 784-788 Scott, Carrie Taliafeno, 1941
5231 789-807 Scott, Dulcie, 1968-1969
5231 808-810 Scott, Julian P., 1944
5231 811-816 Screen Cartoon Guild, undated, 1941
5231 817-819 Screen Readers Guild of New York, 1941
5231 820-822 Scribner, Joseph M., 1951
5231 823-858 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927-1937, 1946
(correspondence concerning cover designs, with one sample)
5231 859-870 Scully, Peg and Bill, 1952-1953
5231 871-1091 Sears, Roebuck and Co., 1934-1951
(correspondence regarding advertising work, "Hall of Art" (a gallery run by Sears) and purchase of Kent art work and memorabilia; purchase of dairy equipment, tools, and materials for remodeling house on Monhegan)
5231 1092-1310 Seckar, Alvena, 1946-1969
(correspondence about exhibition of Seckar's paintings, Artists League of America, mutual friends, writings of Kent and Seckar, politics, and car accident; see also: Artists League of America)
5231 1311-1341 Sedgley, Adelaide and Frank R., 1941-1970
5231 See, Mae (see: Moran, Sally)
5231 1342-1372 Seeger, Pete and Toshi, undated, 1949-1957
5231 1373-1376 Seelbuck, James, 1938
5231 1377-1379 Seelye, L. Clark, 1904
5231 1380-1396 Segal, Edith, 1964-1970
5231 1397-1415 Seidenberg, Roderick and Catharine, 1919, 1965-1969
5231 1416-1472 Seigel, Ted and Naomi, 1949-1958, 1963
5231 1473-1481 Seldes, George, 1945, 1960-1962
5231 1482-1554 Senators and Congressmen, Secretary of State, etc., 1941-1961
(correspondence regarding Kent's opinions on foreign policy, WPA arts programs, farm price regulations, civil rights, nuclear testing and disarmament, and passport case)
Reel Frames
5232 3-387 Senators and Congressmen, Secretary of State, etc., cont.
5232 388-390 Sender, H. M., 1941
5232 391-422 Sendzimir, Barbara, 1943-1945
5232 423-425 Senecal, Mr., 1948
5232 426-433 Service Center, 1965
5232 434-476 Charles Sessler (J. Leonard Sessler), 1937-1948
(correspondence with book and print seller concerning prints on consignment; request to design bookplates for a special customer)
5232 477-547 Shakespeare (Garden City Publishing Co.), 1935-1937
(correspondence concerning Shakespeare illustrations for limited edition)
5232 560-563 Shankle, Dutch, 1941
5232 548-559 Shapiro, S. R., 1953-1955
5232 564-567 Shapley, Dr. Harlow, 1951
5232 568-570 Shappert, F. W., 1951
5232 Sharecroppers (see: Radical Groups--Sharecroppers)
5232 571-574 Shauble, Joan Fay, undated
5232 575-582 Shaw, Frances (see also: Schillinger, Frances; and Singer, Frances), undated, 1953, 1956
5232 583-587 Shaw, W. A., undated, 1947
5232 592-594 Shelton, W. H., 1904
5232 588-591 Shepherd, Esther (see also: Paul Bunyan), 1942
5232 595-689 Sheriff, Arthur (Sherry) and Charlotte, 1947-1960, 1965-1969, undated
5232 690-692 Sherry Wine & Sprits Co., Inc., 1951
5232 693-764 Sherwin Williams Co., 1938, 1941
(correspondence about advertising work; text for booklet by Kent about where he has lived and how those homes were decorated)
5232 765-767 Sherwood, Helen H., 1965
5232 768-770 Sherwood, Robert E., 1945
5232 771-792 Shields, E. J., 1957
(correspondence about definitions of socialism and capitalism, and request that Kent help him find a socialist woman companion)
5232 793-796 Shields, Florence, 1964
5232 797-801 Shipbuilders Council of America, 1945
5232 802-804 Shipley, Ruth, 1949
5232 805-808 Shipp, Alex, undated
5232 809-817 Shiratsuki, Anne, 1950
5232 818-822 Shirer, Tess and Bill, undated, 1947
5232 823-847 Shongood, May and Joe (see also: Greenberg, May), 1964-1969
5232 848-851 Shorell, Bobbie and Mel, 1958
5232 852-856 Shorell, M. L., 1959-1960
5232 857-865 Shostac, Percy, 1955
5232 866-869 Siens, Zdravo and Tot, 1954
5232 870-880 Silberstein, Andrea, 1966-1968
5232 881-883 Silberstein, Beverly, 1965
5232 884-903 Silfverskiold, Dr. Nils, undated, 1951-1954
5232 904-1034 Silk Screen Group, 1941-1942, 1945
(correspondence and contract with Living American Art concerning production of silkscreen prints as a commercial venture, including discussion of the advisability of using the term "silkscreen paintings" with prepared statement in opposition; see also: Living American Art, Inc.)
5232 1035-1043 Sillen, Janet, 1949
5232 1044-1047 Silver, Ray, 1956
5232 1234-1246 Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1941, 1961, 1970
5232 1048-1207 Simon, Charles, 1948-1969
(correspondence about purchase of Kent painting and its subsequent repair; bookplate commission)
5232 1208-1213 Simon, Marianne and Sid, 1969
5232 1214-1233 Simon, Max L., 1958-1960
5232 Simonson, Lee (see Creative Art)
5232 1247-1251 Sinclair, May (Mrs. Upton Sinclair), 1966
5232 1252-1382 Sinel, Jo, 1942, 1952-1969
(news of mutual friends, plans to visit, travels, and book design)
5232 1383-1387 Singbartt, Joe, 1914
5232 1388-1520 Singer, Frances, 1936-1948, undated
(includes obituary of Joseph Schillinger and biographical notes; see also: Schillinger, Frances and Joseph; Shaw, Frances)
5232 1521-1556 Siple, Clarence S., 1958-1962
Reel Frames
5233 3-22 Sisson, George W., Jr., 1935-1944
(correspondence about Jersey cattle)
5233 23-26 Sixty-Eight Restaurant, Inc., 1944
5233 27-30 Skinner, John, 1957
5233 31-44 Skirvin, Ella and Fred, 1941-1942
5233 45-47 Slater, Mr., 1943
5233 48-52 Sloan, John, 1912
5233 53-56 Sloan, Sam, 1941
5233 57-67 Slocum, Lorimer, undated, 1948-1956
5233 68-96 Smart, A. H., 1960-1966
5233 97-137 Smith Act Trial Data, 1952
(printed matter)
5233 138-170 Smith, Barrett, 1946, 1957-1959
(correspondence with former classmate, including request for advice from Kent on drawing instruction, literary agents, and finding a lawyer to represent him in an insurance case)
5233 171-319 Smith, Frank and Juliet, 1933-1961, undated
(correspondence concerning book jacket lettering work for Juliet; letters to Frances Kent inquiring about her condition after auto accident)
5233 320-325 Smith, Fred A., 1941
5233 326-346 Smith, H. Allen, 1963
5233 347-353 Smith, Henry, 1941
5233 354-356 Smith, Kevin, 1953
5233 357-360 Smith, Mary Rowell, 1941
5233 361-364 Smith, Mrs. Philip, 1956
5233 365-378 Smithsonian Institution, 1945, 1966-1967
5233 379-393 Smoot, Ivia and Jim, undated, 1954-1955, 1962-1966
5233 394-404 Snell, Inez and Harold, undated, 1956-1961
5233 405-409 Snow, Mrs. Clarence L., 1949
5233 410-413 Snyder, Elsa, undated
5233 414-418 Snyder, Flossie Kent Ely, 1950
5233 419-421 Sobell, Helen, 1956
5233 unfilmed Social Security, 1943-1947
(records, including completed forms for taxes withheld from farm employees' salaries)
5233 422-434 Social Work Today, 1941
5233 435-440 Society for Abolishing "Dear" in Business Letters, 1946
5233 441-447 Society of American Etchers, Gravers, Lithographers, and Woodcutters (Inc.), 1941, 1947
5233 448-450 Society of Hounds Books, Inc., 1951
5233 451-457 Society of Independent Artists, Inc., 1947
5233 458-461 Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 1946
5233 462-516 Sokolov, Alyosha, Galya, and Nikiforov, 1959-1963
(correspondence with Russian friends about manned space flight, plans for return trip to Russia, news of mutual friends [targets incorrectly read Solov and Sov]; see also: Russian Correspondence; and Soviet Friends)
Reel Frames
5235 726-781 Sokolov, Alyosha, Galya, and Nikiforov, cont.
Reel Frames
5233 517-694 Solov, Liuba, 1959-1963, 1970
(correspondence about Solov's English translations of Russian letters addressed to Kent; news of mutual friends; see also: Assade, Liuba)
5233 695-725 Somebody Had to Do Something, 1939
(booklet distributed by James Phillips Lardner Memorial Fund)
5233 726-743 Somerville, Dr. John, 1954-1962
5233 744-747 Sondergaard, Gale (see also: Biberman, Herbert, and Gale Sondergaard), 1969
5233 748-761 Sonic Boom Claim, 1968-1969
5233 762-764 Sorensen, Peter, 1956
5233 765-768 Sorrell, Thelma, 1944
5233 769-773 Sorrell, Walter J., 1958
5233 774-779 Soule, Isobel Walker, 1941-1942
5233 780-784 Soulier, George, 1969
5233 785-787 Soulier, Ida, 1941
5233 788-809 Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1958-1960
5233 810-860 Southern Conference for Human Welfare, 1938-1939
(correspondence about design and production of Thomas Jefferson medal; printed matter)
5233 861-865 Southern Pacific Company, 1917-1918
5233 866-868 Southern Tenant Farmers Union, 1942
5233 869-873 Southwell, John, 1945
5233 875-996 Souvenirs, Miscellaneous (R.K. personal), 1940
(mainly printed items, including tickets, programs, postcards, invitations, etc.)
5233 997-1065 Souvenirs of the USSR, 1959
(mainly printed items, including tickets, programs, invitations, etc.; see also: USSR Trip)
5233 1066-1559 Soviet Friends, 1958-1971, undated
(correspondence (A-Z), clippings, photographs, and printed matter, much of it in Russian, with some translations; see also: Russian Correspondence)
Reel Frames
5234 3-1568 Soviet Friends, cont.
Reel Frames
5235 3-488 Soviet Friends, cont.
5235 489-532 Soviet Russia Today, 1941-1951
(correspondence including request for an article by Kent and invitation to speak; text of Kent article on art and artists in the USSR; see also: Radical Groups--Russia)
5235 533-725 Soviet Students, 1942-1943
(correspondence concerning entertainment of Soviet students from Columbia University during Christmas vacation, invitations to friends to join the festivities and/or contribute gifts and greetings; letters of commendation and thanks; see also: Discussion Group; and Greetings to Students)
5235 782-789 Sowka, Dr. Hans J., 1957
5235 790-808 Spain, 1941
(miscellaneous printed matter)
5235 809-1055 Spanish Causes, 1937-1940, 1947
(correspondence with various groups supporting Spanish democracy concerning fund-raising events and requests for Kent to speak; printed material; see also: American Committee for Spanish Freedom; Radical Groups--Spain; and Voice of Spain)
5235 1056-1165 Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign, 1939-1941
(correspondence, reports, and printed matter regarding aid for escapees of fascist Spain)
5235 1166-1173 Spaulding, John T., undated, 1920-1921
5235 1174-1593 Speaking Engagements (see also: Columbia Lecture Bureau; Lecture Bureaus (Miscellaneous); and W. Colston Leigh, Inc.), 1942-1970
Reel Frames
5236 3-751 Speaking Engagements, cont.
5236 752-796 Spector, George, undated, 1969-1971
5236 797-994 Speeches
(transcripts and notes (mostly undated, untitled, and with no indication of occasion or audience; a few appear to have been intended as written statements rather than speeches) see also: Radio Addresses)
5236 995-997 Spence, Harry, undated
5236 998-1000 Spock, Benjamin, 1968
5236 1001-1562 Sponsorship, 1943-1970
(letters from organizations requesting donations, Kent's signature on open letters, or other endorsements; list of all groups sponsored by Kent since 1940; see also: Causes (all entries); Radical Groups (all entries); and "Subversive" Organizations List)
Reel Frames
5237 3-283 Sponsorship, cont.
5237 284-286 Spotlight, undated
5237 287-293 Spotswood, Russell K., 1949
5237 294-312 Sprinchorn, Carl, undated, 1969-1970
5237 313-315 Springs, Elliott White, 1949
5237 316-327 Springville High School, 1941-1945, 1964-1966
5237 328-335 Squier, Rita, 1947-1948
5237 336-358 Squillaci, Niccola, 1965-1966
5237 359-368 Squires, Frederick, undated, 1914-1918, 1945
5237 369-371 Squires, Mrs. Walter, Jr., 1953
5237 372-374 Stable Galleries, 1952
5237 375-398 Standard Oil Co., 1936-1937, 1946-1949
(correspondence regarding reproduction of painting; also, heating oil contracts)
5237 399-403 Stander, Alice, 1942