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Adolf Dehn papers, 1912-1987

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Series 1: Biographical Material , circa 1920-1968
(Box 1; 10 folders)

This series includes address books, a biographical sketch, insurance policies, interview transcript, exhibition price lists, and leases. A folder of travel documents consists of correspondence, a set of fingerprints, and official government documents, obtained for a trip to Venezuela on assignment from Standard Oil to create art documenting the oil industry and contribution to the war efforts. Additionally there is a folder labeled government documents that contains a registration card and two affidavits signed by Dehn; one in connection with his 1926 marriage to Mura Dehn (neé Tsiperovich) and the other is in support of a U.S. non-immigrant visa for Willis Bock. Notably, exhibition price lists includes a list of lithographs that Dehn made with the master printer Desjobert in Paris, between July 1 and October 23, 1961.
Folders in this series are arranged in alphabetical order by folder title.
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Address Books, circa 1920-1968
(2 folders)
1
1-2
Biographical Sketch for Who's Who in Art, 1951
1
3
Interview Transcript - Adolf Dehn and K. Osis, 1963, March 21
1
4
Exhibition Price Lists, 1942-1965
1
5
Government Documents, 1926-1942
1
6
Insurance Policies, 1939-1942
1
7
Leases and Cornwall Town Deed, 1940-1944, circa 1968-1969
1
8
Medical Certificates, 1949
1
9
Travel Documents - Venezuela and Paris, 1944-1945, circa 1963
1
10

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