Wilhelmina Ludwig Wyckoff papers, 1889-1963

Wyckoff, Wilhelmina Ludwig

Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)

Collection Summary: Letters; sketches; a photograph; exhibition catalogs; and miscellaneous items.

REEL 876: Items from Wyckoff's autograph collection, including a letter, October 21, 1905, from Albert P. Ryder, enclosing a poem he has written for her; a photograph of Ryder; a letter, September, 1897, to Mr. Ludwig (Wyckoff's father) from Peter Newell, written from Paris, France, after one month's stay in the country; and a little poem by Newell accompanied by a sketch.

UNMICROFILMED: Sketches by Peter Newell and Alexander Schilling; impressions from the destroyed plate of "Finette" and "Little Venice", by Whistler; an oil sketch by William Gedney Bunce, 1892; exhibition catalogs; and miscellaneous items. [Attached are Alexander Wyckoff's explanations of some of this material.]

Biographical/Historical Note: Collector.

Donated 1974-1975 by Alexander Wyckoff, son of Wyckoff.

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