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American Academy in Rome records, 1855- 2012

Contents and Arrangement

It was obvious that before they came to the Archives of American Art the records had been rearranged more than once, and in such a way that materials from many different departments had been intermingled. In keeping with archival theory and practice, the records were organized to reflect the structure and operation of the institution that created the records, making them more understandable and accessible to a wide variety of researchers.

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Series 1: Predecessor Institutions , 1894-1913
0.88 Linear feet
Box 1; reels 5749-5750

This series is organized into two subseries.
  • 1.1: American School of Architecture in Rome, 1894-1898
  • 1.2: American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1895-1913
1.1: American School of Architecture in Rome, 1855-circa 1981 , bulk 1894-1946
DescriptionContainer
Managing Committee
Organizational Meeting and Related Correspondence, undated, [1894]-1895
1
1
Minute Books Vol. 1 (disbound), 1894-1897
1
2
Minute Books Vol. 2, 1895-1898
1
3
Reports, 1895
1
4
Legal Documents, 1895-1898
1
5
Correspondence, undated, 1894-1896
1
6-12
Financial Records
Capital Stock Certificates, 1895
1
13
Invoices and Receipts, 1895-1898
1
14
Printed Matter, Scholarship Competition Announcements, 1895-1896
1
15
1.2: American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1895-1913
DescriptionContainer
Managing Committee, 1911
1
16
Committee on Fellowships
Correspondence and Reports, 1900-1905
1
17
Fellowship Applications (A-Z), 1903-1907
1
18
Publications, Correspondence and Invoices re: Supplementary Papers of the Roman School, Volume I, 1904-1905
1
19
Printed Matter
General Information, undated, 1895-1898
1
20
Notice of the Annual Meeting, Managing Committee, 1911
1
21
Annual Reports of the Managing Committee and Director, 1901/02-1911/12
1
22
Annual Reports of the Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1909/10-1911/12
1
23
Fellowship Applications and Examination Questions, undated, 1895-1909
1
24
Prospectuses, 1909/10-1912/13
1
25
Proposed Consolidation Agreement, 1911
1
26
Treasurer's Records, Alex. Bell, Acting Treasurer, 1909-1910
1
27
Treasurer's Records, Willard V. King
Correspondence, 1910-1913
1
28-30
Banking Records, 1910-1913
1
31
Budgets, Financial Statements, 1909-1913, undated
1
32
Investments, 1910-1913
1
33
Invoices, 1910-1911
1
34
Receipts for Salaries and Expenses, 1909-1913
1
35

1.1: American School of Architecture in Rome , 1855-circa 1981 , bulk 1894-1946

The idea for a school for American artists in Europe was discussed by a group of architects, painters, and sculptors who met in Chicago while collaborating on the fine arts section of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. Its most enthusiastic proponent was architect Charles F. McKim who worked tirelessly to make the concept a reality. He was its main administrator, and often kept the school afloat financially with infusions of cash from his personal account. In 1897 it was decided to reorganize as an academy, and the American School of Architecture in Rome was legally dissolved and replaced by the American Academy in Rome.
This subseries include records of the school's managing committee, correspondence, financial records, and printed matter. Among the managing committee's records are notes and correspondence relative to the founding of the institution; minute books which include a semi-annual report of the executive committee managing committee, copies of printed competition announcements, and an engrossed copy with a transcription of dissolution documents; and legal documents including records concerning the school's dissolution in 1898 prior to being reorganized as the American Academy in Rome, an 1895 certificate of the secretary to the bank, and the 1895 lease for the Villa Aurora. Correspondence is mostly that of Charles F. McKim (Vice President 1894-1895 and President 1895-1896) who handled administrative matters. Capital Stock Certificates, 1895, include an "Original Issues of Shares" list.
Description Container
Managing Committee
Organizational Meeting and Related Correspondence, undated, [1894]-1895
1
1
Minute Books Vol. 1 (disbound), 1894-1897
1
2
Minute Books Vol. 2, 1895-1898
1
3
Reports, 1895
1
4
Legal Documents, 1895-1898
1
5
Correspondence, undated, 1894-1896
1
6-12
Financial Records
Capital Stock Certificates, 1895
1
13
Invoices and Receipts, 1895-1898
1
14
Printed Matter, Scholarship Competition Announcements, 1895-1896
1
15

1.2: American School of Classical Studies in Rome , 1895-1913

The extant records of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome consist mainly of printed matter and financial records that were transferred to the Secretary of the American Academy in Rome by the Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co., New York. Other records related to the early history of the American School of Classical Studies in Rome are located in the archives of the Archaelogical Institute of America, Boston.
This subseries includes records of the school's managing committee and of the committee on fellowships; publications; printed matter; and treasurers' records. The managing committee file consists of the preamble and proposed resolution concerning the school's merger with the American Academy in Rome. Annual reports of the medieval and renaissance studies committee includes extracts from the Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, fellowship applications, examination questions, and the proposed consolidation agreement. Treasurers' records include the files of Alex. Bell and Willard V. King. Bell's records are sparse and King's files, while more substantial than those that survive from Bell's tenure, are also incomplete.
Description Container
Managing Committee, 1911
1
16
Committee on Fellowships
Correspondence and Reports, 1900-1905
1
17
Fellowship Applications (A-Z), 1903-1907
1
18
Publications, Correspondence and Invoices re: Supplementary Papers of the Roman School, Volume I, 1904-1905
1
19
Printed Matter
General Information, undated, 1895-1898
1
20
Notice of the Annual Meeting, Managing Committee, 1911
1
21
Annual Reports of the Managing Committee and Director, 1901/02-1911/12
1
22
Annual Reports of the Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1909/10-1911/12
1
23
Fellowship Applications and Examination Questions, undated, 1895-1909
1
24
Prospectuses, 1909/10-1912/13
1
25
Proposed Consolidation Agreement, 1911
1
26
Treasurer's Records, Alex. Bell, Acting Treasurer, 1909-1910
1
27
Treasurer's Records, Willard V. King
Correspondence, 1910-1913
1
28-30
Banking Records, 1910-1913
1
31
Budgets, Financial Statements, 1909-1913, undated
1
32
Investments, 1910-1913
1
33
Invoices, 1910-1911
1
34
Receipts for Salaries and Expenses, 1909-1913
1
35

Series 2: Board of Trustees Records , 1897-1957, undated
15.25 Linear feet
Boxes 1-17, 35, 37; reels 5750-5777

From its earliest days, the American Academy in Rome has included architects, painters, and sculptors among its Trustees. After its merger with the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, classical scholars and archaeologists were added.
Records maintained by the Board of Trustees are arranged into three subseries.
  • 2.1: Legal Documents, Minutes and Reports of Trustees, 1897-1946
  • 2.2: Board of Trustees Committee Minutes, 1905-1946, undated
  • 2.3: Records of Officers, 1897-1957, undated
2.1: Legal Documents, Minutes and Reports of Trustees, 1897-1946
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Legal Documents, 1897-1926
1
36
Minutes, 1897-1947, 1957
1
37-38
Reports
President, 1898, 1909
1
39
Secretary, 1907
1
40
Treasurer, 1911-1934/35
1
41-43
Officers'/Trustees' Visits to Rome, 1908-1939
1
44
Director (Rome), 1908-1938; 1946
2
1
Secretary (Rome), 1940-1946
2
2
2.2: Board of Trustees Committees, 1905-1946, undated
DescriptionContainer
Building Committee Reports, 1912-1914
2
3
Carter Memorial Committee Report, 1917
2
4
Endowment Committee, Minutes, 1919-1922
2
5
Endowment Committee, Reports, undated, 1910-1921
2
6
Executive Committee, Minutes, 1905-1947
2
7-9
Executive Committee, Reports, 1909-1910
2
10
Executive Committee, Membership Lists, undated, 1920
2
11
Finance Committee, Minutes, undated, 1920-1947
2
12
Finance Committee, Reports, 1923-1946
2
13
Library Committee Reports, 1925-1946
2
14
McKim Memorial Committee Report, 1923
2
15
Nominating Committee, Reports and Membership Lists, 1915-1947
2
16
Committee on Publications, Report, 1915
2
17
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Minutes, 1919-1946
2
18-19
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Reports, undated, 1919-1945
2
20-21
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, Minutes, 1920-1941
2
22
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, Reports, 1938-1943
2
23
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Jury on Classical Fellowships Report, 1941
2
24
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, School of Classical Studies Reports
Director, (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1917
2
25
Professor in Charge, 1920-1949
2
26
Annual Professor, 1913
2
27
Director of Summer Sessions, 1930-1937
2
28
Professor of Archaeology, 1915-1944
2
29
Curator of the Museum, 1920-1941
2
30
Editor, 1929-1944
2
31
Librarian, (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1914-1946
2
32-33
Committee on the Welfare of Women Students, 1939
2
34
Committee on the School of Fine Arts
Minutes, undated, 1917
2
35
Reports, undated, 1909-1945
2
36
Special Committee on the Plan and Expense of a Department of Music in the School of Fine Arts Reports, 1921
2
37
Fine Arts Program, Triptych Project with the Citizens Committee for the Army and Navy, Inc., Reports, 1942-1944
2
38
School of Fine Arts Reports, Director (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1912-1918
2
39
School of Fine Arts Reports, Professor in Charge, 1926-1935
2
40
School of Fine Arts Reports, Associate in Charge, 1939
2
41
School of Fine Arts Reports, Annual Professor, 1926
2
42
School of Fine Arts Reports, Professor in Charge of the Department of Musical Composition, 1922-1938
2
43
Committee of Twelve and Subcommittee of Five, Minutes, 1927
2
44
Special Committee on Villa Aurelia, Report, 1945
2
45
2.3: Records of Officers, 1897-1957, undated
2.3.1: Presidents, 1898-1957, undated
DescriptionContainer
Charles F. McKim
General Correspondence, undated, 1898-1909
3
1
Abbott, Samuel A.B. (Director, Rome), 1898-1903
3
2
Barney, Charles T. (Treasurer), 1905-1906
3
3
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1899-1907
3
4
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1904-1905
3
5
Clay, George S. (Legal Counsel), 1897-1901
3
6
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), 1900-1905
3
7
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1899-1905
3
8
Incorporation of AAR and Endowment Fundraising, undated, 1900-1907
3
9-11
Mead, William R. (Trustee), 1905
3
12
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1904-1906
3
13
Mowbray, H. Siddons (Secretary; Director, Rome), 1900-1905
3
14
Rockefeller, John D., Sr. (Trustee), 1905-1907
3
15
St. Gaudens, Augustus (Trustee), undated, 1899-1905
3
16
Villa Aurora Lease, 1898-1902
3
17
Villa Mirafiore Purchase, 1903-1906
3
18
Walters, Henry (Trustee), undated, 1899-1906
3
19
William R. Mead
General Correspondence, 1910-1928
3
20-23
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1916-1922
3
24
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1911-1926
3
25
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1911-1928
3
26-28
Burnham Memorial Scholarship, 1914-1918
3
29
Carnegie Corporation/Foundation, 1909, 1917-1924
3
30
Carter, Jesse Benedict (American School of Classical Studies in Rome; Director, Rome), 1911-1917
3
31-34
Clark, Charles Upson (Director, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1914-1918
3
35
Consolidation Plan, 1911
3
36
Crowninshield, Frederic (Director, Rome) and Mrs. Crowninshield, 1910-1911; 1918-1919
3
37
Curtis, C. Densmore (Professor of Archaeology), 1923-1924
3
38
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), undated, 1911-1916
4
1
Endowment, undated, 1909-1927
4
2-4
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor in Charge, School of Fine Arts), undated, 1921-1926
4
5
Fellows, 1922-1926
4
6
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1911-1924
4
7
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1920-1926
4
8
Hendrickson, G.L. (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1919
4
9
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), Wolfe, W.R. (Assistant Secretary) and Moses, Lionel (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1912-1926
4
10
Lamond Fund, 1924-1928
4
11
Landscape Architecture, 1920-1923
4
12
Leavitt, Charles W., 1906-1909
4
13
McClellan, George B. (Trustee), 1920-1926
4
14
McKim Memorial Fund/Column, undated, 1909-1924
4
15
Mellon, Edward P. (Acting Secretary), 1918-1922
4
16
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary) and Wolfe, W.R. (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1909-1912
4
17-18
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), undated, 1914-1920
4
19
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1911-1913
4
20
Music Department, 1921
4
21
New Building, 1914
4
22
Nominating Committee, 1914-1920
4
23
Norton, Charles D. (Trustee; Nominating, Executive and Endowment Committees), undated, 1914-1922
4
24-25
Parrish, Samuel L. (Donor), 1924
4
26
Pine, J. B. (Legal Counsel), 1910-1921
4
27
Richardson, William Symmes (Professor of Fine Arts), undated, 1923-1926
4
28
Rockefeller, John D., Jr./Rockefeller Foundation (Benefactor), 1922-1923, 1927
4
29
Rotch Traveling Scholarship, 1913
4
30
Schiff, Mortimer (Donor), 1923
4
31
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1911-1928
4
32-37
Trowbridge, S. Breck (Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Vice President), 1910-1926
5
1
Trustees, 1910-1927
5
2-4
Van Buren, A. W. (Librarian), 1915-1924
5
5
Villa Aurelia see also: Leavitt, Charles W., 1909-1915
5
6-7
Villa Aurelia--Additional Taxes, 1910-1913
5
8
Villa Mirafiore, 1913
5
9
Walters, Henry (Trustee; Finance Committee), 1910-1924
5
10
West, Andrew (Managing Committee, American School of Classical Studies in Rome; Trustee; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1911-1926
5
11-12
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1921
5
13
Charles Platt
General Correspondence, 1928-1933
5
14-15
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1929-1931
5
16
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1928-1933
5
17
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1929
5
18
Egbert, James C. (Committee on Nominations; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1929-1933
5
19
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor in Charge, School of Fine Arts), 1930-1932
5
20
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1928-1933
5
21
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1931-1933
5
22
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1929-1931
5
23
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1929-1933
5
24
Lord, Milton (Librarian), 1929-1930
5
25
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1928-1932
5
26-28
Trustees, 1928-1933
5
29
Van Buren, Albert W. (Curator of Museum; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1930
5
30
Wright, W. E. (Librarian), 1933
5
31
John Russell Pope
General Correspondence, undated, 1933-1937
5
32-33
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1933-1937
5
34
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1935-1937
5
35-36
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1933-1937
5
37
Fellowship in Architecture, 1935-1937
5
38
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1933-1937
6
1
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), undated, 1933-1935
6
2-3
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), undated, 1933-1934
6
4
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1934-1935
6
5
Schnacke, M. K. (Librarian), 1935
6
6
Trustees, undated, 1933-1937
6
7-8
Walker, John III (Associate in Charge of the School of Fine Arts, Rome), 1936
6
9
James Kellum Smith
General Correspondence, undated, 1938-1957
6
10-11
Aldrich, Amey (Acting Director, Rome), 1941
6
12
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1937-1941
6
13
Association of Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1938-1948
6
14
Baldwin, Henry de Forest (Trustee; Legal Counsel), 1939-1945
6
15
Bradford, Lindsay (Treasurer), 1945-1946
6
16
Budget, 1939-1947
6
17
Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, 1940-1948
6
18
Committee in Charge of the American Academy in Rome Minutes, 1941
6
19
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, 1938-1954
6
20-21
Committee on the School of Fine Arts, 1938-1945
6
22
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1938-1943
6
23
Dinsmoor, William B. (Secretary; Second Vice President), 1938-1946
6
24
Ely Loan Fund, 1946-1947
6
25
Fellowship in Architecture/Cash Prize in Architecture, 1938-1942
6
26
Finance Committee, 1938-1953
6
27
Fraser, Leon (Treasurer), 1939-1944
6
28
Fulbright Bill, 1946
6
29
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1938-1945
6
30
Invitations, 1938-1947
6
31
James, Henry (Vice President; Acting President), 1945
6
32
Lamond, Felix, (Professor of Music), 1939-1940
6
33
Library, 1943-1946
6
34
McClellan, George B. (Vice President), 1938-1939
6
35
Moore, Lamont (Assistant Director, Rome), 1948
6
36
Morey, Charles R. (Acting Director, Rome), 1945-1949
6
37
Nominating Committee, 1945-1947
6
38
Pratt, Richardson (Secretary), 1946-1947
6
39
Richardson, Ethel, 1947-1952
6
40
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), 1946-1957
6
41-42
Sowerby, Leo, 1946
6
43
State Department, 1941-1946
6
44
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (former Director, Rome), 1947-1951
6
45
Stuart, Meriwether (Executive Secretary Pro Tem), 1946; 1949
6
46
Trustees, undated, 1938-1957
6
47-48
Vatican Payments, 1946
6
49
Villa Aurelia, circa 1907
6
50
Walker, John III (Associate in Charge, School of Fine Arts, Rome), 1939
6
51
Williams, Mary T. (Executive Secretary), 1947-1955
6
52
2.3.2: Vice Presidents, 1905-1943
DescriptionContainer
Theodore N. Ely, Correspondence, 1905-1911
7
1
George B. McClellan, Correspondence, 1926-1938
7
2
Henry James, Correspondence, 1945
7
3
2.3.3: Secretaries, 1898-1947, undated
DescriptionContainer
H. Siddons Mowbray
Ballots and Proxies, 1879-1900
7
4
Correspondence, undated, 1898-1900
7
5
Invoices, (for engraving and printing), 1899-1903
7
6
Frank D. Millet
General Correspondence, undated, 1904-1912
7
7-8
American Institute of Architects, undated, 1905-1911
7
9
Barney, Charles T. (Treasurer), 1905-1909
7
10
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1904-1912
7
11
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1909-1912
7
12
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1905-1910
7
13-14
Burnham, Daniel H. (Trustee), undated, 1905-1911
7
15
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, American School of Classical Studies in Rome), 1909-1912
7
16
Crowninshield, Frederic (Trustee; Director, Rome), undated, 1907-1911
7
17
Day, Frank Miles (Trustee; Chairman, Executive Committee; Acting President), 1905-1912
7
18
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), undated, 1904-1912
7
19
Endowment, undated, 1905-1912
7
20-22
Fellowship in Architecture--Applicants, A-Z, 1910
7
23
Fellowship in Architecture--Competition, 1909-1911
7
24-26
Fellowship in Architecture--Recipients, 1907-1910
7
27-29
Fellowship in Fine Arts, 1908
7
30
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants, A-Z (painters), 1909-1910
7
31-32
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Painting Competition, 1909-1910
7
33-34
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition, 1911
7
35
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Recipients, 1907-1910
7
36-42
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Sculpture Competition, 1906, 1909-1911
7
43-46
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1905-1912
7
47
Incorporation of American Academy in Rome, 1905
8
1
Incorporation of American Academy in Rome--Celebratory Dinner, [March 25], 1905
8
2
Landi, Claude P. (Secretary, Rome), 1910
8
3
Laurie, Charles (Secretary, Rome), 1911-1912
8
4
Life Membership Acknowledgments, A-Z, 1905
8
5
McKim, Charles F. (President), 1904-1909
8
6
Mead, William R. (Treasurer; President), undated, 1904-1912
8
7-10
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1906-1911
8
11
Mowbray, H. Siddons (Treasurer; Trustee; Director, Rome), 1904-1911
8
12
Pine, John B. (Trustee; Legal Counsel), 1910-1912
8
13
Shipment of Students' Work, 1903-1904
8
14
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1912
8
15
Trustees, undated, 1904-1912
8
16-20
Villa Aurelia, 1909-1912
8
21-27
Villa Aurelia--Will of Clara J. Heyland and Inventory of Furnishings, 1909-1910
8
28
Villa Mirafiore, 1904-1906, 1911
8
29
Walters, Henry (Trustee; Finance Committee), 1904-1912
8
30
Wolfe, W. R. (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1909-1912
8
31
C. Grant La Farge
General Correspondence, undated, 1912-1929
9
1-2
American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1912
9
3
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1915-1919
9
4
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1912-1919
9
5
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, Rome), undated, 1912-1917
9
6-8
Carter, Jesse Benedict--Death, 1917-1918
9
9
Carter, Jesse Benedict--Dinner, 1912
9
10
Clark, Charles Upson (Director, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1915-1918
9
11
Collaborative Problem, undated, 1912-1920
9
12
Curtis, C. Densmore (Professor of Archaeology), 1918-1920
9
13
Customs Duty, 1918
9
14
Ely Loan Fund, 1915-1918
9
15
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), 1914-1916
9
16
Endowment, 1912-1931
9
17
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor of Fine Arts), 1912-1916
9
18
Fellows, 1912-1915
9
19
Fellowship in Architecture--Applicants, A-Z, 1913-1915
9
20-24
Fellowship in Architecture--Competition, 1912-1913, 1915
9
25-27
Fellowship in Architecture--Recipients, 1913-1915
9
28-30
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Applicants, A-Z, 1914
9
31
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Recipients, 1914, 1916-1917
9
32-34
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants (painters), A-Z, 1912-1914
9
35-37
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants (sculptors), A-Z, 1913
9
38
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Painting Competition, 1912-1915
9
39-42
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition [1914 canceled], 1913-1914
9
43
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition [canceled]--Applicants, A-Z, 1914
9
44
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Recipients, 1912-1914, 1916
9
45-48
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Sculpture Competition, 1912-1913
9
49-50
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, undated, 1915-1923
9
51
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Competition, 1914
9
52
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture--Recipient, 1915
9
53
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), undated, 1912-1931
10
1
Frick, Henry C., 1905-1912
10
2
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919
10
3
Hendrickson, G. L. (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1913-1919
10
4
Hewlett, J. Monroe (Director, Rome), 1933-1935
10
5
Italian Ambassador, 1917-1918
10
6
Janiculum Improvements--Report on Construction Accounts with List of Exhibits A-Q, by Francis W. Kesley, 1915
10
7
Janiculum Improvements--Exhibits A-Q [C, E-H, J-K, and O missing], 1915
10
8-12
Janiculum Plans and Pamphlets, undated, 1910 and 1912
10
13
Thomas Spencer Jerome Trust, 1917-1918
10
14
Library, 1913
10
15
McClellan, George B. (Trustee), 1913
10
16
Mead, William R. (President), 1912-1925
10
17
Mellon, Edward P. (Acting Secretary), undated, 1916-1919
10
18
Members of the Corporation, 1915-1917
10
19
Millet, Frank D., Memorial Service and Endowed Chair of the Fine Arts, 1912
10
20
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), 1913-1916
10
21
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1912-1913
10
22
Norton, Charles D. (Trustee), 1913-1923
10
23
Pine, John B. (Legal Counsel), 1912-1922
10
24
Publications-- Memoirs of The American Academy in Rome and Monographs, 1914-1920
10
25
Rockefeller Foundation, 1914
10
26
Sanders, Henry (Acting Director, School of Classical Studies), 1915
10
27
School of Classical Studies, 1914-1921
10
28
Secretary of State, 1914
10
29
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome Director, School of Fine Arts Acting Director, 1919; 1917-1932, 1913-1917,, 1912-1932)
10
30-33
Trowbridge, Breck (Committee on the School of Fine Arts), undated, 1912-1925
10
34
Trustees, undated, 1911-1931
10
35-36
United States Trust Company, 1913-1919
10
37
Van Buren, A. W. (Librarian), 1916-1917
10
38
Villa Aurelia, 1912-1915
10
39
Villa Doccia (Florence, Italy), 1920
10
40
Walters, Henry (Finance Committee), 1912-1932
10
41
West, Andrew (Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1915-1918
10
42
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1921
10
43
William B. Dinsmoor, General Correspondence, 1944
10
44
H. Richardson Pratt
General Correspondence, 1945
10
45
Finance Committee, 1945
10
46
James, Henry (First Vice President; Acting President; resignation), 1945
10
47
Publicity, 1946
10
48
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), 1947
10
49
Vatican Payments, 1945
10
50
2.3.4: Treasurers, 1904-1947, undated
DescriptionContainer
William R. Mead
General Correspondence, 1905-1910
11
1
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1904-1905
11
2
Financial Reports, Rome, 1905/06-1908/09
11
3
Invoices, 1905-1908
11
4
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1904-1910
11
5
Rinehart Scholarship, 1905
11
6
William A. Boring
General Correspondence, undated, 1909-1936
11
7-9
Letterpress Books, 1914-1918
11
10-11
Academy Properties, 1920-1921
11
12
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1935-1937
11
13
Audit Reports, 1910/11-1937/38
11
14-18
Banking, Banca Commerciale Italiana Trust Co., 1931-1933
11
19
Banking, United States Trust Co., 1928-1934
11
20-21
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1909-1910
11
22
Budget, 1914/15-1937/38
11
23-27
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, American School of Classical Studies, Rome; Director, Rome), 1911-1918
12
1
College and University Annual Subscriptions, School of Classical Studies, 1914-1924
12
2
Crowninshield, Frederic (Director, Rome), 1909-1910
12
3
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1921-1937
12
4-13
Day, Frank Miles (Acting President), 1909-1910
12
14
Donor Lists, 1914-1919
12
15
Eli Loan Fund, 1914-1915
12
16
Endowment, 1910-1938
12
17
Endowment--Boston Committee, 1914-1932
12
18
Endowment--Memorial to Founders, 1909-1928
12
19
Finance Committee, 1924-1936
12
20-23
Financial Reports, Rome, 1909/10-1913
12
24-26
Financial Reports, Rome, 1914-1919
13
1-3
Greene, Jerome D. (Trustee), 1923-1927
13
4
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919-1922; 1931-1933
13
5
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1932-1935
13
6
Invoices, Miscellaneous, 1911-1920
13
7
Janiculum Land Purchases, 1921-1926
13
8
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectureship, 1922-1945
13
9
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1912-1917
13
10
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1920-1940
13
11
Lamond Fund, 1931
13
12
Landi, Claude P. (Secretary, Rome), 1909-1910
13
13
Laurie, Charles (Secretary, Rome; Manager; Bursar), 1910-1917
13
14
Library Donations, 1920-1929
13
15
McClellan, George B. (Library Committee), 1920-1927, 1933-1934
13
16
Mead, William R. (President), 1910-1928
13
17-21
Mellon, E. P. (Trustee; Acting Secretary), 1918-1927
13
22
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary) and W. R. Wolfe (Assistant Secretary), n.d, 1909-1912
13
23
Millet, Frank D., Estate of, 1912-1916
13
24
Moore, Edward C. (Donor), 1920-1929
13
25
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), 1916-1921
13
26
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1910-1911
13
27
Moses, Lionel (Associate Secretary), 1914-1918
13
28
Ogle, Marbury B. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1934
13
29
Osborn, Mrs. H. Fairfield (Donor), 1923-1927
13
30
Parrish, Samuel (Donor), 1924-1931
13
31
Pine, John B. (Trustee; Legal Counsel), undated, 1911-1919
13
32
Platt, Charles (President), 1928, 1933
13
33
Pope, John Russell (President), 1934-1935
13
34
Publicity Fund, 1917
13
35
Reports of William A. Boring's Visits to Rome, undated, 1918-1926
13
36
Report of William A. Boring as Visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the American Academy in Rome, 1930
13
37
Richardson, William Symmes (Professor of Fine Arts), 1923-1929
13
38
Rockefeller Foundation Pledge, 1914-1923
13
39
Rowell, Frank B. (Assistant Secretary), 1916-1918
13
40
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome [1912 and 1917-1933]; Director, School of Fine Arts [1913-1917]), 1912-1933
14
1-5
Taxes, 1926-1937
14
6
Treasurer's Statements, 1911-1924
14
7
Van Buren, Albert W. (Librarian; Museum Curator; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1915-1926, 1935
14
8
Villa Aurelia, 1909-1911
14
9
Villa Mirafiore, 1919-1920
14
10
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1922
14
11
Leon Fraser
General Correspondence, 1939-1945
14
12
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1938-1945
14
13
Vatican Payments, 1943-1945
14
14
Lindsay Bradford
Chase National Bank, 1945-1947
14
15
Morey, C. R. (Director, Rome), 1945-1946
14
16
Vatican Payments, 1945
14
17
2.3.5: Individual Trustees, 1902-1946, undated
DescriptionContainer
Chester H. Aldrich
General Correspondence, 1933-1935
14
18
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1933-1934
14
19
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1933-1935
14
20
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1934
14
21
McClellan, George B. (Vice President; Acting President), 1933
14
22
Pope, John Russell (President), 1934-1935
14
23
John Lambert Cadwalader, Correspondence, 1904-1910
14
24
Gilmore D. Clarke, Correspondence, 1945
14
25
James C. Egbert
AA-AC
14
26
Aldrich, Chester (Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Director, Rome), 1933-1940
14
27
ALL - AR, 1921-1942
14
28
Ayers, Louis (Trustee; Committee on Nominations), 1930-1943
14
29
BA - BON
14
30
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1921-1937
14
31
Brewster, Ethel H. (President, Classical Society of The American Academy in Rome), 1941
14
32
Brown, Donald F. (Fellow), 1939-1940
14
33
BROWN, F. - BU
14
34
Carlton, Newcomb (Trustee), 1931-1938
14
35
Carpenter, Rhys (Annual Professor; Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1926-1940
14
36
CARR - COC
14
37
Comfort, Howard, 1933-1942
14
38
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, 1937-1942
14
39
COR - DET
14
40
Deutsch, Monroe E., 1927-1930
14
41
Dinsmoor, William B. (Trustee; Secretary), 1935-1942
14
42
Duckworth, George E. (Secretary, Advisory Council), 1939-1942
14
43
DUN - FO
14
44
Frank, Tenny (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1922-1925
14
45
FRANKL - GR
14
46
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919-1942
14
47-49
GUG - HAD
15
1
Haight, Elizabeth Hazelton (Chairman, Advisory Committee), 1926-1939
15
2
Hammond, Mason (Trustee; Professor in Charge of Classical Studies; Director of Summer Sessions; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1937-1944
15
3
HAR - JA
15
4
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectureship, 1923-1924
15
5
Johnson, Allan C. (Trustee; Professor of Classical Studies; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1926-1943
15
6
KEE
15
7
Kelsey, Francis W. (Trustee), 1921-1926
15
8
KEN - KO
15
9
Koyle, George Simpson (Trustee), 1933-1938
15
10
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1923-1931
15
11
LAI - LEO
15
12
Lewis, Naphtalie (Fellow), 1926
15
13
Lockwood, Dean P. (Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1924-1936
15
14
Lord, Louis E. (Secretary, Advisory Council; Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1922-1932
15
15
LORD, M - MA
15
16
McClellan, George B. (Trustee; Vice President; Chairman, Committee on the Library), 1930-1939
15
17
McDaniel, Walton Brooks (Chairman, Advisory Council), 1928
15
18
McKibben, William T. (Fellow), 1940-1941
15
19
Mead, William R. (President), 1927
15
20
Mendell, Clarence W. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1928-1942
15
21
MES - MU
15
22
Ogle, Marbury R. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1930-1939
15
23
Ohl, Raymond T., 1936-1937
15
24
Oldfather, William A. (Chairman, Advisory Council), 1930-1934
15
25
OLS - PRA
15
26
Prescott, Henry W., 1939-1940
15
27
Rand, E. K. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1922-1939
15
28
RO - SAM
15
29
Sanders, Henry A. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1927-1933
15
30
Savage, Eugene F. (Trustee), 1933-1934
15
31
School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, undated, 1937-1940
15
32
Semple, William T. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1933-1939
15
33
Shipley, F. W. (Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1928-1937
15
34
Showerman, Grant (Director, Summer Sessions), 1927-1934
15
35
Smith, James Kellum (Trustee, Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; President), 1933-1942
15
36
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1921-1932
15
37
TAV - TAYLOR, F.
15
38
Taylor, Lily Ross (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1933-1941
15
39
TAYLOR, M. - WA
15
40
West, Andrew F. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1921-1926
15
41
Westerman, William L. (Trustee; Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1923-1934
15
42
WH - Z
15
43
Barry Faulkner (Trustee)
General Correspondence, 1944-1946
15
44
Citizens Committee for the Army-Navy Triptych Project--Correspondence and Financial Records, undated, 1942-1945
15
45-48
Citizens Committee for the Army-Navy Triptych Project--Printed Matter, undated, 1942-1944
15
49
Post-War Planning (Committee on the School of Fine Arts and Association of Alumni), 1944-1946
15
50
Allan C. Johnson, Correspondence, undated, 1938-1946
16
1-5
William M. Kendall
General Correspondence, undated, 1902-1941
16
6
American Academy in Rome Diploma, 1920
16
7
American Academy in Rome Seal, 1912-1913, 1935
16
8
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1918
16
9
Memorials (McKim, Morgan, etc.), 1922-1929
16
10
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1908-1909
16
11
Richardson, Symmes, 1925
16
12
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1912-1935
16
13
C. Grant La Farge, Correspondence, 1910-1911
16
14
Edward P. Mellon, Endowment Committee Correspondence, 1919-1923
16
15
Charles Dyer Norton, Endowment Committee Correspondence, undated, 1913-1917
16
16-18
Charles A. Platt, Correspondence, 1916-1928
16
19
John Russell Pope, Correspondence, 1926-1933
16
20
Edward K. Rand, Correspondence, 1922-1923, 1928
16
21
John C. Rolfe, Committee on Publications Correspondence, 1927
16
22
James Kellum Smith, Correspondence, 1937
16
23
S. Breck Trowbridge
Committee on the School of Fine Arts Correspondence, undated, 1915-1924
16
24
Endowment Committee, General Committee Business, 1913-1921
16
25
Endowment Committee, Fundraising Correspondence, undated, 1919-1920
16
26
Endowment Committee, Loan Exhibition of Italian Masters [March 6-11, Fine Arts Bldg., 215 W. 57th St.], 1920
16
27
Endowment Committee, Horatio Parker Fellowship, 1923
16
28
Ferruccio Vitale
General Correspondence, 1921-1923
16
29
Collaborative Problem, 1921-1925
16
30
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Correspondence, 1919-1922, undated
16
31-33
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Events, Italy America Society Dinner, 1920
16
34
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Events, Loan Exhibition of Italian Masters, 1920
16
35
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Competitions, 1915-1930
16
36-42
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Correspondence, 1919-1930
16
43
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Fundraising, 1919-1930
17
1-4
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Recipients (Edward Lawson, Ralph Griswold, Norman Newton, Richard Webel), 1919-1930
17
5-8
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1920-1923
17
9
John Quincy Adams Ward, Correspondence, 1897-1898
17
10
Andrew F. West, Correspondence, 1918
17
11
William L. Westerman, Correspondence, 1923-1935
17
12

2.1: Legal Documents, Minutes and Reports of Trustees , 1897-1946

Minutes and reports of the Board of Trustees, including those of its annual meetings, are carbon copies rather than the official minute books, and are incomplete. Reports of officers are also incomplete. Included here are reports of officers' and trustees' visits to Rome, as well as reports of the Director and Secretary in Rome submitted to the Board of Trustees. The 1913 Director's report includes reports of the Director of the School of Fine Arts, the Director of the School of Classical Studies, and the Librarian.
Legal documents, minutes and reports of trustees are on reels 5750-5751.
Description Container
Legal Documents, 1897-1926
1
36
Minutes, 1897-1947, 1957
1
37-38
Reports
President, 1898, 1909
1
39
Secretary, 1907
1
40
Treasurer, 1911-1934/35
1
41-43
Officers'/Trustees' Visits to Rome, 1908-1939
1
44
Director (Rome), 1908-1938; 1946
2
1
Secretary (Rome), 1940-1946
2
2

2.2: Board of Trustees Committees , 1905-1946, undated

Records of trustee committees consist of reports and/or minutes which are incomplete, with many committees represented by a single report.
The minutes are arranged alphabetically by committee.
Board of trustees committees files are on reels 5751-5752.
Description Container
Building Committee Reports, 1912-1914
2
3
Carter Memorial Committee Report, 1917
2
4
Endowment Committee, Minutes, 1919-1922
2
5
Endowment Committee, Reports, undated, 1910-1921
2
6
Executive Committee, Minutes, 1905-1947
2
7-9
Executive Committee, Reports, 1909-1910
2
10
Executive Committee, Membership Lists, undated, 1920
2
11
Finance Committee, Minutes, undated, 1920-1947
2
12
Finance Committee, Reports, 1923-1946
2
13
Library Committee Reports, 1925-1946
2
14
McKim Memorial Committee Report, 1923
2
15
Nominating Committee, Reports and Membership Lists, 1915-1947
2
16
Committee on Publications, Report, 1915
2
17
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Minutes, 1919-1946
2
18-19
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Reports, undated, 1919-1945
2
20-21
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, Minutes, 1920-1941
2
22
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, Reports, 1938-1943
2
23
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, Jury on Classical Fellowships Report, 1941
2
24
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, School of Classical Studies Reports
Director, (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1917
2
25
Professor in Charge, 1920-1949
2
26
Annual Professor, 1913
2
27
Director of Summer Sessions, 1930-1937
2
28
Professor of Archaeology, 1915-1944
2
29
Curator of the Museum, 1920-1941
2
30
Editor, 1929-1944
2
31
Librarian, (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1914-1946
2
32-33
Committee on the Welfare of Women Students, 1939
2
34
Committee on the School of Fine Arts
Minutes, undated, 1917
2
35
Reports, undated, 1909-1945
2
36
Special Committee on the Plan and Expense of a Department of Music in the School of Fine Arts Reports, 1921
2
37
Fine Arts Program, Triptych Project with the Citizens Committee for the Army and Navy, Inc., Reports, 1942-1944
2
38
School of Fine Arts Reports, Director (see also 2.1: Reports, Director, 1913), 1912-1918
2
39
School of Fine Arts Reports, Professor in Charge, 1926-1935
2
40
School of Fine Arts Reports, Associate in Charge, 1939
2
41
School of Fine Arts Reports, Annual Professor, 1926
2
42
School of Fine Arts Reports, Professor in Charge of the Department of Musical Composition, 1922-1938
2
43
Committee of Twelve and Subcommittee of Five, Minutes, 1927
2
44
Special Committee on Villa Aurelia, Report, 1945
2
45

2.3: Records of Officers , 1897-1957, undated

This subseries documents the records of the academy's officers and consists mainly of correspondence files and reports, with large numbers of transcriptions and carbon copies. Overall, the files of president Mead, secretaries Millet and La Farge, and treasurer Boring are the most complete; files of other individuals, the vice presidents in particular, are often quite sparse.
2.3.1: Presidents, 1898-1957, undated
DescriptionContainer
Charles F. McKim
General Correspondence, undated, 1898-1909
3
1
Abbott, Samuel A.B. (Director, Rome), 1898-1903
3
2
Barney, Charles T. (Treasurer), 1905-1906
3
3
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1899-1907
3
4
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1904-1905
3
5
Clay, George S. (Legal Counsel), 1897-1901
3
6
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), 1900-1905
3
7
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1899-1905
3
8
Incorporation of AAR and Endowment Fundraising, undated, 1900-1907
3
9-11
Mead, William R. (Trustee), 1905
3
12
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1904-1906
3
13
Mowbray, H. Siddons (Secretary; Director, Rome), 1900-1905
3
14
Rockefeller, John D., Sr. (Trustee), 1905-1907
3
15
St. Gaudens, Augustus (Trustee), undated, 1899-1905
3
16
Villa Aurora Lease, 1898-1902
3
17
Villa Mirafiore Purchase, 1903-1906
3
18
Walters, Henry (Trustee), undated, 1899-1906
3
19
William R. Mead
General Correspondence, 1910-1928
3
20-23
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1916-1922
3
24
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1911-1926
3
25
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1911-1928
3
26-28
Burnham Memorial Scholarship, 1914-1918
3
29
Carnegie Corporation/Foundation, 1909, 1917-1924
3
30
Carter, Jesse Benedict (American School of Classical Studies in Rome; Director, Rome), 1911-1917
3
31-34
Clark, Charles Upson (Director, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1914-1918
3
35
Consolidation Plan, 1911
3
36
Crowninshield, Frederic (Director, Rome) and Mrs. Crowninshield, 1910-1911; 1918-1919
3
37
Curtis, C. Densmore (Professor of Archaeology), 1923-1924
3
38
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), undated, 1911-1916
4
1
Endowment, undated, 1909-1927
4
2-4
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor in Charge, School of Fine Arts), undated, 1921-1926
4
5
Fellows, 1922-1926
4
6
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1911-1924
4
7
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1920-1926
4
8
Hendrickson, G.L. (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1919
4
9
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), Wolfe, W.R. (Assistant Secretary) and Moses, Lionel (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1912-1926
4
10
Lamond Fund, 1924-1928
4
11
Landscape Architecture, 1920-1923
4
12
Leavitt, Charles W., 1906-1909
4
13
McClellan, George B. (Trustee), 1920-1926
4
14
McKim Memorial Fund/Column, undated, 1909-1924
4
15
Mellon, Edward P. (Acting Secretary), 1918-1922
4
16
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary) and Wolfe, W.R. (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1909-1912
4
17-18
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), undated, 1914-1920
4
19
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1911-1913
4
20
Music Department, 1921
4
21
New Building, 1914
4
22
Nominating Committee, 1914-1920
4
23
Norton, Charles D. (Trustee; Nominating, Executive and Endowment Committees), undated, 1914-1922
4
24-25
Parrish, Samuel L. (Donor), 1924
4
26
Pine, J. B. (Legal Counsel), 1910-1921
4
27
Richardson, William Symmes (Professor of Fine Arts), undated, 1923-1926
4
28
Rockefeller, John D., Jr./Rockefeller Foundation (Benefactor), 1922-1923, 1927
4
29
Rotch Traveling Scholarship, 1913
4
30
Schiff, Mortimer (Donor), 1923
4
31
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1911-1928
4
32-37
Trowbridge, S. Breck (Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Vice President), 1910-1926
5
1
Trustees, 1910-1927
5
2-4
Van Buren, A. W. (Librarian), 1915-1924
5
5
Villa Aurelia see also: Leavitt, Charles W., 1909-1915
5
6-7
Villa Aurelia--Additional Taxes, 1910-1913
5
8
Villa Mirafiore, 1913
5
9
Walters, Henry (Trustee; Finance Committee), 1910-1924
5
10
West, Andrew (Managing Committee, American School of Classical Studies in Rome; Trustee; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1911-1926
5
11-12
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1921
5
13
Charles Platt
General Correspondence, 1928-1933
5
14-15
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1929-1931
5
16
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1928-1933
5
17
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1929
5
18
Egbert, James C. (Committee on Nominations; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1929-1933
5
19
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor in Charge, School of Fine Arts), 1930-1932
5
20
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1928-1933
5
21
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1931-1933
5
22
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1929-1931
5
23
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1929-1933
5
24
Lord, Milton (Librarian), 1929-1930
5
25
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1928-1932
5
26-28
Trustees, 1928-1933
5
29
Van Buren, Albert W. (Curator of Museum; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1930
5
30
Wright, W. E. (Librarian), 1933
5
31
John Russell Pope
General Correspondence, undated, 1933-1937
5
32-33
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1933-1937
5
34
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1935-1937
5
35-36
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1933-1937
5
37
Fellowship in Architecture, 1935-1937
5
38
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1933-1937
6
1
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), undated, 1933-1935
6
2-3
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), undated, 1933-1934
6
4
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1934-1935
6
5
Schnacke, M. K. (Librarian), 1935
6
6
Trustees, undated, 1933-1937
6
7-8
Walker, John III (Associate in Charge of the School of Fine Arts, Rome), 1936
6
9
James Kellum Smith
General Correspondence, undated, 1938-1957
6
10-11
Aldrich, Amey (Acting Director, Rome), 1941
6
12
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1937-1941
6
13
Association of Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1938-1948
6
14
Baldwin, Henry de Forest (Trustee; Legal Counsel), 1939-1945
6
15
Bradford, Lindsay (Treasurer), 1945-1946
6
16
Budget, 1939-1947
6
17
Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, 1940-1948
6
18
Committee in Charge of the American Academy in Rome Minutes, 1941
6
19
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, 1938-1954
6
20-21
Committee on the School of Fine Arts, 1938-1945
6
22
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1938-1943
6
23
Dinsmoor, William B. (Secretary; Second Vice President), 1938-1946
6
24
Ely Loan Fund, 1946-1947
6
25
Fellowship in Architecture/Cash Prize in Architecture, 1938-1942
6
26
Finance Committee, 1938-1953
6
27
Fraser, Leon (Treasurer), 1939-1944
6
28
Fulbright Bill, 1946
6
29
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1938-1945
6
30
Invitations, 1938-1947
6
31
James, Henry (Vice President; Acting President), 1945
6
32
Lamond, Felix, (Professor of Music), 1939-1940
6
33
Library, 1943-1946
6
34
McClellan, George B. (Vice President), 1938-1939
6
35
Moore, Lamont (Assistant Director, Rome), 1948
6
36
Morey, Charles R. (Acting Director, Rome), 1945-1949
6
37
Nominating Committee, 1945-1947
6
38
Pratt, Richardson (Secretary), 1946-1947
6
39
Richardson, Ethel, 1947-1952
6
40
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), 1946-1957
6
41-42
Sowerby, Leo, 1946
6
43
State Department, 1941-1946
6
44
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (former Director, Rome), 1947-1951
6
45
Stuart, Meriwether (Executive Secretary Pro Tem), 1946; 1949
6
46
Trustees, undated, 1938-1957
6
47-48
Vatican Payments, 1946
6
49
Villa Aurelia, circa 1907
6
50
Walker, John III (Associate in Charge, School of Fine Arts, Rome), 1939
6
51
Williams, Mary T. (Executive Secretary), 1947-1955
6
52
2.3.2: Vice Presidents, 1905-1943
DescriptionContainer
Theodore N. Ely, Correspondence, 1905-1911
7
1
George B. McClellan, Correspondence, 1926-1938
7
2
Henry James, Correspondence, 1945
7
3
2.3.3: Secretaries, 1898-1947, undated
DescriptionContainer
H. Siddons Mowbray
Ballots and Proxies, 1879-1900
7
4
Correspondence, undated, 1898-1900
7
5
Invoices, (for engraving and printing), 1899-1903
7
6
Frank D. Millet
General Correspondence, undated, 1904-1912
7
7-8
American Institute of Architects, undated, 1905-1911
7
9
Barney, Charles T. (Treasurer), 1905-1909
7
10
Blashfield, Edwin H. (Trustee), 1904-1912
7
11
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1909-1912
7
12
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1905-1910
7
13-14
Burnham, Daniel H. (Trustee), undated, 1905-1911
7
15
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, American School of Classical Studies in Rome), 1909-1912
7
16
Crowninshield, Frederic (Trustee; Director, Rome), undated, 1907-1911
7
17
Day, Frank Miles (Trustee; Chairman, Executive Committee; Acting President), 1905-1912
7
18
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), undated, 1904-1912
7
19
Endowment, undated, 1905-1912
7
20-22
Fellowship in Architecture--Applicants, A-Z, 1910
7
23
Fellowship in Architecture--Competition, 1909-1911
7
24-26
Fellowship in Architecture--Recipients, 1907-1910
7
27-29
Fellowship in Fine Arts, 1908
7
30
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants, A-Z (painters), 1909-1910
7
31-32
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Painting Competition, 1909-1910
7
33-34
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition, 1911
7
35
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Recipients, 1907-1910
7
36-42
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Sculpture Competition, 1906, 1909-1911
7
43-46
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), 1905-1912
7
47
Incorporation of American Academy in Rome, 1905
8
1
Incorporation of American Academy in Rome--Celebratory Dinner, [March 25], 1905
8
2
Landi, Claude P. (Secretary, Rome), 1910
8
3
Laurie, Charles (Secretary, Rome), 1911-1912
8
4
Life Membership Acknowledgments, A-Z, 1905
8
5
McKim, Charles F. (President), 1904-1909
8
6
Mead, William R. (Treasurer; President), undated, 1904-1912
8
7-10
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1906-1911
8
11
Mowbray, H. Siddons (Treasurer; Trustee; Director, Rome), 1904-1911
8
12
Pine, John B. (Trustee; Legal Counsel), 1910-1912
8
13
Shipment of Students' Work, 1903-1904
8
14
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1912
8
15
Trustees, undated, 1904-1912
8
16-20
Villa Aurelia, 1909-1912
8
21-27
Villa Aurelia--Will of Clara J. Heyland and Inventory of Furnishings, 1909-1910
8
28
Villa Mirafiore, 1904-1906, 1911
8
29
Walters, Henry (Trustee; Finance Committee), 1904-1912
8
30
Wolfe, W. R. (Assistant Secretary), undated, 1909-1912
8
31
C. Grant La Farge
General Correspondence, undated, 1912-1929
9
1-2
American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1912
9
3
Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1915-1919
9
4
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1912-1919
9
5
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, Rome), undated, 1912-1917
9
6-8
Carter, Jesse Benedict--Death, 1917-1918
9
9
Carter, Jesse Benedict--Dinner, 1912
9
10
Clark, Charles Upson (Director, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1915-1918
9
11
Collaborative Problem, undated, 1912-1920
9
12
Curtis, C. Densmore (Professor of Archaeology), 1918-1920
9
13
Customs Duty, 1918
9
14
Ely Loan Fund, 1915-1918
9
15
Ely, Theodore N. (Vice President), 1914-1916
9
16
Endowment, 1912-1931
9
17
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor of Fine Arts), 1912-1916
9
18
Fellows, 1912-1915
9
19
Fellowship in Architecture--Applicants, A-Z, 1913-1915
9
20-24
Fellowship in Architecture--Competition, 1912-1913, 1915
9
25-27
Fellowship in Architecture--Recipients, 1913-1915
9
28-30
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Applicants, A-Z, 1914
9
31
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Recipients, 1914, 1916-1917
9
32-34
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants (painters), A-Z, 1912-1914
9
35-37
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Applicants (sculptors), A-Z, 1913
9
38
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Painting Competition, 1912-1915
9
39-42
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition [1914 canceled], 1913-1914
9
43
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Paris Competition [canceled]--Applicants, A-Z, 1914
9
44
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Recipients, 1912-1914, 1916
9
45-48
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Sculpture Competition, 1912-1913
9
49-50
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, undated, 1915-1923
9
51
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Competition, 1914
9
52
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture--Recipient, 1915
9
53
French, Daniel C. (Trustee), undated, 1912-1931
10
1
Frick, Henry C., 1905-1912
10
2
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919
10
3
Hendrickson, G. L. (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1913-1919
10
4
Hewlett, J. Monroe (Director, Rome), 1933-1935
10
5
Italian Ambassador, 1917-1918
10
6
Janiculum Improvements--Report on Construction Accounts with List of Exhibits A-Q, by Francis W. Kesley, 1915
10
7
Janiculum Improvements--Exhibits A-Q [C, E-H, J-K, and O missing], 1915
10
8-12
Janiculum Plans and Pamphlets, undated, 1910 and 1912
10
13
Thomas Spencer Jerome Trust, 1917-1918
10
14
Library, 1913
10
15
McClellan, George B. (Trustee), 1913
10
16
Mead, William R. (President), 1912-1925
10
17
Mellon, Edward P. (Acting Secretary), undated, 1916-1919
10
18
Members of the Corporation, 1915-1917
10
19
Millet, Frank D., Memorial Service and Endowed Chair of the Fine Arts, 1912
10
20
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), 1913-1916
10
21
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1912-1913
10
22
Norton, Charles D. (Trustee), 1913-1923
10
23
Pine, John B. (Legal Counsel), 1912-1922
10
24
Publications-- Memoirs of The American Academy in Rome and Monographs, 1914-1920
10
25
Rockefeller Foundation, 1914
10
26
Sanders, Henry (Acting Director, School of Classical Studies), 1915
10
27
School of Classical Studies, 1914-1921
10
28
Secretary of State, 1914
10
29
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome Director, School of Fine Arts Acting Director, 1919; 1917-1932, 1913-1917,, 1912-1932)
10
30-33
Trowbridge, Breck (Committee on the School of Fine Arts), undated, 1912-1925
10
34
Trustees, undated, 1911-1931
10
35-36
United States Trust Company, 1913-1919
10
37
Van Buren, A. W. (Librarian), 1916-1917
10
38
Villa Aurelia, 1912-1915
10
39
Villa Doccia (Florence, Italy), 1920
10
40
Walters, Henry (Finance Committee), 1912-1932
10
41
West, Andrew (Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1915-1918
10
42
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1921
10
43
William B. Dinsmoor, General Correspondence, 1944
10
44
H. Richardson Pratt
General Correspondence, 1945
10
45
Finance Committee, 1945
10
46
James, Henry (First Vice President; Acting President; resignation), 1945
10
47
Publicity, 1946
10
48
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), 1947
10
49
Vatican Payments, 1945
10
50
2.3.4: Treasurers, 1904-1947, undated
DescriptionContainer
William R. Mead
General Correspondence, 1905-1910
11
1
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1904-1905
11
2
Financial Reports, Rome, 1905/06-1908/09
11
3
Invoices, 1905-1908
11
4
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1904-1910
11
5
Rinehart Scholarship, 1905
11
6
William A. Boring
General Correspondence, undated, 1909-1936
11
7-9
Letterpress Books, 1914-1918
11
10-11
Academy Properties, 1920-1921
11
12
Aldrich, Chester H. (Director, Rome), 1935-1937
11
13
Audit Reports, 1910/11-1937/38
11
14-18
Banking, Banca Commerciale Italiana Trust Co., 1931-1933
11
19
Banking, United States Trust Co., 1928-1934
11
20-21
Breck, George W. (Director, Rome), 1909-1910
11
22
Budget, 1914/15-1937/38
11
23-27
Carter, Jesse Benedict (Director, American School of Classical Studies, Rome; Director, Rome), 1911-1918
12
1
College and University Annual Subscriptions, School of Classical Studies, 1914-1924
12
2
Crowninshield, Frederic (Director, Rome), 1909-1910
12
3
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1921-1937
12
4-13
Day, Frank Miles (Acting President), 1909-1910
12
14
Donor Lists, 1914-1919
12
15
Eli Loan Fund, 1914-1915
12
16
Endowment, 1910-1938
12
17
Endowment--Boston Committee, 1914-1932
12
18
Endowment--Memorial to Founders, 1909-1928
12
19
Finance Committee, 1924-1936
12
20-23
Financial Reports, Rome, 1909/10-1913
12
24-26
Financial Reports, Rome, 1914-1919
13
1-3
Greene, Jerome D. (Trustee), 1923-1927
13
4
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919-1922; 1931-1933
13
5
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1932-1935
13
6
Invoices, Miscellaneous, 1911-1920
13
7
Janiculum Land Purchases, 1921-1926
13
8
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectureship, 1922-1945
13
9
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1912-1917
13
10
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), 1920-1940
13
11
Lamond Fund, 1931
13
12
Landi, Claude P. (Secretary, Rome), 1909-1910
13
13
Laurie, Charles (Secretary, Rome; Manager; Bursar), 1910-1917
13
14
Library Donations, 1920-1929
13
15
McClellan, George B. (Library Committee), 1920-1927, 1933-1934
13
16
Mead, William R. (President), 1910-1928
13
17-21
Mellon, E. P. (Trustee; Acting Secretary), 1918-1927
13
22
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary) and W. R. Wolfe (Assistant Secretary), n.d, 1909-1912
13
23
Millet, Frank D., Estate of, 1912-1916
13
24
Moore, Edward C. (Donor), 1920-1929
13
25
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), 1916-1921
13
26
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Sr. (Trustee), 1910-1911
13
27
Moses, Lionel (Associate Secretary), 1914-1918
13
28
Ogle, Marbury B. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1934
13
29
Osborn, Mrs. H. Fairfield (Donor), 1923-1927
13
30
Parrish, Samuel (Donor), 1924-1931
13
31
Pine, John B. (Trustee; Legal Counsel), undated, 1911-1919
13
32
Platt, Charles (President), 1928, 1933
13
33
Pope, John Russell (President), 1934-1935
13
34
Publicity Fund, 1917
13
35
Reports of William A. Boring's Visits to Rome, undated, 1918-1926
13
36
Report of William A. Boring as Visiting Professor of Fine Arts at the American Academy in Rome, 1930
13
37
Richardson, William Symmes (Professor of Fine Arts), 1923-1929
13
38
Rockefeller Foundation Pledge, 1914-1923
13
39
Rowell, Frank B. (Assistant Secretary), 1916-1918
13
40
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome [1912 and 1917-1933]; Director, School of Fine Arts [1913-1917]), 1912-1933
14
1-5
Taxes, 1926-1937
14
6
Treasurer's Statements, 1911-1924
14
7
Van Buren, Albert W. (Librarian; Museum Curator; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1915-1926, 1935
14
8
Villa Aurelia, 1909-1911
14
9
Villa Mirafiore, 1919-1920
14
10
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1922
14
11
Leon Fraser
General Correspondence, 1939-1945
14
12
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1938-1945
14
13
Vatican Payments, 1943-1945
14
14
Lindsay Bradford
Chase National Bank, 1945-1947
14
15
Morey, C. R. (Director, Rome), 1945-1946
14
16
Vatican Payments, 1945
14
17
2.3.5: Individual Trustees, 1902-1946, undated
DescriptionContainer
Chester H. Aldrich
General Correspondence, 1933-1935
14
18
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1933-1934
14
19
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1933-1935
14
20
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1934
14
21
McClellan, George B. (Vice President; Acting President), 1933
14
22
Pope, John Russell (President), 1934-1935
14
23
John Lambert Cadwalader, Correspondence, 1904-1910
14
24
Gilmore D. Clarke, Correspondence, 1945
14
25
James C. Egbert
AA-AC
14
26
Aldrich, Chester (Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Director, Rome), 1933-1940
14
27
ALL - AR, 1921-1942
14
28
Ayers, Louis (Trustee; Committee on Nominations), 1930-1943
14
29
BA - BON
14
30
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), 1921-1937
14
31
Brewster, Ethel H. (President, Classical Society of The American Academy in Rome), 1941
14
32
Brown, Donald F. (Fellow), 1939-1940
14
33
BROWN, F. - BU
14
34
Carlton, Newcomb (Trustee), 1931-1938
14
35
Carpenter, Rhys (Annual Professor; Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1926-1940
14
36
CARR - COC
14
37
Comfort, Howard, 1933-1942
14
38
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, 1937-1942
14
39
COR - DET
14
40
Deutsch, Monroe E., 1927-1930
14
41
Dinsmoor, William B. (Trustee; Secretary), 1935-1942
14
42
Duckworth, George E. (Secretary, Advisory Council), 1939-1942
14
43
DUN - FO
14
44
Frank, Tenny (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1922-1925
14
45
FRANKL - GR
14
46
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1919-1942
14
47-49
GUG - HAD
15
1
Haight, Elizabeth Hazelton (Chairman, Advisory Committee), 1926-1939
15
2
Hammond, Mason (Trustee; Professor in Charge of Classical Studies; Director of Summer Sessions; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1937-1944
15
3
HAR - JA
15
4
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectureship, 1923-1924
15
5
Johnson, Allan C. (Trustee; Professor of Classical Studies; Chairman, Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1926-1943
15
6
KEE
15
7
Kelsey, Francis W. (Trustee), 1921-1926
15
8
KEN - KO
15
9
Koyle, George Simpson (Trustee), 1933-1938
15
10
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), 1923-1931
15
11
LAI - LEO
15
12
Lewis, Naphtalie (Fellow), 1926
15
13
Lockwood, Dean P. (Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1924-1936
15
14
Lord, Louis E. (Secretary, Advisory Council; Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1922-1932
15
15
LORD, M - MA
15
16
McClellan, George B. (Trustee; Vice President; Chairman, Committee on the Library), 1930-1939
15
17
McDaniel, Walton Brooks (Chairman, Advisory Council), 1928
15
18
McKibben, William T. (Fellow), 1940-1941
15
19
Mead, William R. (President), 1927
15
20
Mendell, Clarence W. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1928-1942
15
21
MES - MU
15
22
Ogle, Marbury R. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1930-1939
15
23
Ohl, Raymond T., 1936-1937
15
24
Oldfather, William A. (Chairman, Advisory Council), 1930-1934
15
25
OLS - PRA
15
26
Prescott, Henry W., 1939-1940
15
27
Rand, E. K. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1922-1939
15
28
RO - SAM
15
29
Sanders, Henry A. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1927-1933
15
30
Savage, Eugene F. (Trustee), 1933-1934
15
31
School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, undated, 1937-1940
15
32
Semple, William T. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1933-1939
15
33
Shipley, F. W. (Annual Professor, School of Classical Studies), 1928-1937
15
34
Showerman, Grant (Director, Summer Sessions), 1927-1934
15
35
Smith, James Kellum (Trustee, Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts; President), 1933-1942
15
36
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1921-1932
15
37
TAV - TAYLOR, F.
15
38
Taylor, Lily Ross (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), 1933-1941
15
39
TAYLOR, M. - WA
15
40
West, Andrew F. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1921-1926
15
41
Westerman, William L. (Trustee; Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1923-1934
15
42
WH - Z
15
43
Barry Faulkner (Trustee)
General Correspondence, 1944-1946
15
44
Citizens Committee for the Army-Navy Triptych Project--Correspondence and Financial Records, undated, 1942-1945
15
45-48
Citizens Committee for the Army-Navy Triptych Project--Printed Matter, undated, 1942-1944
15
49
Post-War Planning (Committee on the School of Fine Arts and Association of Alumni), 1944-1946
15
50
Allan C. Johnson, Correspondence, undated, 1938-1946
16
1-5
William M. Kendall
General Correspondence, undated, 1902-1941
16
6
American Academy in Rome Diploma, 1920
16
7
American Academy in Rome Seal, 1912-1913, 1935
16
8
Boring, William A. (Treasurer), undated, 1918
16
9
Memorials (McKim, Morgan, etc.), 1922-1929
16
10
Millet, Frank D. (Secretary), undated, 1908-1909
16
11
Richardson, Symmes, 1925
16
12
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1912-1935
16
13
C. Grant La Farge, Correspondence, 1910-1911
16
14
Edward P. Mellon, Endowment Committee Correspondence, 1919-1923
16
15
Charles Dyer Norton, Endowment Committee Correspondence, undated, 1913-1917
16
16-18
Charles A. Platt, Correspondence, 1916-1928
16
19
John Russell Pope, Correspondence, 1926-1933
16
20
Edward K. Rand, Correspondence, 1922-1923, 1928
16
21
John C. Rolfe, Committee on Publications Correspondence, 1927
16
22
James Kellum Smith, Correspondence, 1937
16
23
S. Breck Trowbridge
Committee on the School of Fine Arts Correspondence, undated, 1915-1924
16
24
Endowment Committee, General Committee Business, 1913-1921
16
25
Endowment Committee, Fundraising Correspondence, undated, 1919-1920
16
26
Endowment Committee, Loan Exhibition of Italian Masters [March 6-11, Fine Arts Bldg., 215 W. 57th St.], 1920
16
27
Endowment Committee, Horatio Parker Fellowship, 1923
16
28
Ferruccio Vitale
General Correspondence, 1921-1923
16
29
Collaborative Problem, 1921-1925
16
30
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Correspondence, 1919-1922, undated
16
31-33
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Events, Italy America Society Dinner, 1920
16
34
Endowment Campaign, Fundraising Events, Loan Exhibition of Italian Masters, 1920
16
35
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Competitions, 1915-1930
16
36-42
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Correspondence, 1919-1930
16
43
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Fundraising, 1919-1930
17
1-4
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, Recipients (Edward Lawson, Ralph Griswold, Norman Newton, Richard Webel), 1919-1930
17
5-8
Guernsey, Roscoe (Executive Secretary), 1920-1923
17
9
John Quincy Adams Ward, Correspondence, 1897-1898
17
10
Andrew F. West, Correspondence, 1918
17
11
William L. Westerman, Correspondence, 1923-1935
17
12

Series 3: New York Office , 1855-circa 1981, undated
15 Linear feet
Boxes 17-32, 36; 5777-5795

Since its founding the American Academy in Rome has maintained offices in New York. This office supports the work of the board of trustees and its many committees, and is responsible for administration of fellowship competitions, fundraising, and record keeping.
The series is organized into seven subseries.
  • 3.1: Records of Staff, 1919-1950, undated
  • 3.2: Rosters, 1895-1939, undated
  • 3.3: Printed Matter, 1905-circa 1981
  • 3.4: Photographs, 1891-1941, undated
  • 3.5: Personal Papers, Memorabilia and Ephemera, 1855-1923, undated
  • 3.6: Association of the Alumni of the American Academy in Rome, 1913-1945, undated
  • 3.7: Miscellaneous Records, 1899-1926, undated
3.1: Records of Staff, 1919-1950, undated
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Roscoe Guernsey (Executive Secretary)
Correspondence, General, undated, 1919-1945
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13
Abbott, Frank Frost (Trustee), 1916-1921
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14
Adams, Herbert (Trustee), 1936
17
15
Aldrich, Amey (sister of Director and official hostess during his tenure; Acting Director, Rome), 1937, 1941-1942
17
16
Aldrich, Chester H. (Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Director, Rome), 1933-1941)
17
17-20
Alumni Exhibitions, undated, 1919-1923
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21
American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in Europe, 1943
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22
Annuities (TIAA), 1923-1945
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23
Appointments, Elections, and Acceptances, 1921-1938
17
24
Armed Forces Master Records, Inc., undated, 1943-1944
17
25
Armour, George A. (Trustee), 1915-1920
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26
Atelier, undated, 1927-1933
17
27
Baldwin, Henry de Forest (Trustee), 1940
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28
Beebe, Dwight S. (Trustee; Finance Committee), 1942-1945
17
29
Benton, Hale P. (Assistant to Director, Rome), 1926-1945
17
30-33
Boring, William A. and Crane, Arthur H. (Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer), 1919-1938
18
1-5
Boyce, George K. (Librarian), 1929-1940
18
6
Bradford, Lindsay (Treasurer), 1945-1946
18
7
Broadcasts, 1935-1942
18
8
Budget, 1931/32-1945/46
18
9-10
Carpenter, Rhys (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1939-1945
18
11
Cash Prize in Architecture, 1941-1942
18
12
Clark, Charles Upson (Professor of Classical Studies; Director, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1916-1919
18
13
Classical Senior Scholarships, A-Z, 1945
18
14
Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, undated, 1938-1948
18
15-16
Collaborative Problem, 1920-1931
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17
Committee on the School of Classical Studies, 1921-1945
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18
Council of the Academy, 1919-1944
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19
Curtis, C. Densmore (Professor of Archaeology), 1919-1925
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20
Customs Duty, 1921-1942
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21
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1927; 1935-1945
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22-23
Davico-Longobardi Salary and Dollar Balances, 1940-1945
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24
de Daehn, Peter (Assistant Librarian; Acting Librarian), 1935-1945
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25
Dinsmoor, William B. (Trustee; Acting Director, Rome), 1944
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26
Donor Acknowledgments, undated, 1921-1937
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27-28
Donor Lists, undated, 1920-1938
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29
Ely Loan Fund, 1916-1945
19
1
Endowment, undated, 1919-1941
19
2
Fairbanks, Frank P. (Professor in Charge, School of Fine Arts) (folders slightly out of order on microfilm), 1921-1930
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3-5
Faulkner, Barry (Annual Professor, School of Fine Arts; Chairman, Committee on the School of Fine Arts), 1922-1946
19
6
Fellows--Employment, 1922-1934
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7-8
Fellows Serving in U.S. Armed Forces, undated, 1942-1945
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9
Fellows-Travel Arrangements, undated, 1922-1941
19
10-13
Fellowship in Architecture-Accredited Schools, 1930-1939
19
14
Fellowship in Architecture-Miscellaneous Applications, 1924-1930
19
15
Fellowship in Architecture-Recipients, 1919-1938
19
16-18
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Competition, 1929 and 1939
19
19
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Jury, 1939
19
20
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Lists of Recipients, 1913-1926
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21
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Miscellaneous Applications, 1929-1939
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22
Fellowship in Classical Studies--Recipients, 1913-1941
19
23-28
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Competition, 1920-1923
20
1
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Miscellaneous Applications, 1922, 1925
20
2
Fellowship in Fine Arts--Recipients, 1919-1939
20
3-8
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture--Competition, 1920-1938
20
9
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture--Miscellaneous Applications, 1934
20
10
Fellowship in Landscape Architecture--Recipients, 1915-1939
20
11-13
Fellowship in Musical Composition--Competition, 1929, 1938
20
14
Fellowship in Musical Composition--Recipients, 1921-1939
20
15-18
Finance Committee, 1933-1949
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19
Fraser, Leon (Treasurer), 1937-1945
20
20
French, Daniel Chester (Trustee; McKim Memorial Committee), 1919-1932
20
21
Garden Club of America Fellowship, 1926
20
22
G.I. Fellowships, 1945
20
23
Greene, Jerome D. (Trustee), 1937
20
24
Gugler, Eric (Trustee), 1918-1945
20
25
Hammond, Mason (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1935-1944
20
26-27
Hendrickson, G. L. (Professor in Charge, School of Classical Studies), undated, 1919-1921
20
28
Hewlett, James Monroe (Director, Rome), 1931-1939
20
29-30
Institute of International Education, Paris, France, 1934-1936
21
1
Inventory of Furniture and Equipment, 1941
21
2
James, Henry (First Vice President; Acting President), 1945
21
3
Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectureship, 1917-1944
21
4
Johnson, Allan C. (Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1944-1945
21
5
Juries, 1925-1940
21
6
Kendall, William M. (Trustee), 1921, 1936
21
7
Kendall, William M.--Estate of, 1938-1942
21
8
La Farge, C. Grant (Secretary), undated, 1915-1939
21
9
Lamond, Felix (Professor of Music), undated, 1920-1941
21
10
Lamond Fund [Lucretia Perry Osborn (Mrs. Henry Fairfield Osborn) Trust], 1926-1931 and 1940
21
11
Landscape Architecture, 1919-1946
21
12-13
Lazarus Fellowship, 1917-1940
21
14-15
Leases, 1936-1943
21
16
Library Donations, 1923-1930
21
17
Library Orders, 1922-1945
21
18
Lord, Day & Lord (Legal Counsel), 1938-1944
21
19
Lord, Milton E. (Librarian), 1925-1930
21
20
McClellan, George B. (Trustee; Vice President; Chairman, Library Committee), undated, 1922-1938
21
21
McCrea, Nelson G. (Professor of Classical Studies), 1921
21
22
McDaniel, Walton Brooks (Annual Professor of Classical Studies), 1921
21
23
Mead, William R. (President), 1920-1927
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24
Mellon, Edward P. (Trustee; Chairman, Committee on Endowment), 1919-1925
21
25
Mendell, Clarence W. (Committee on Publications), 1932-1941
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26
Moe, Henry Allen (Trustee), 1943
21
27
Morey, Charles R. (Director, Rome), 1945
21
28
Morgan, J. Pierpont, Jr. (Trustee), 1920
21
29
Music Department, 1920-1942
21
30
Music Publications, 1937-1945
21
31
Nominating Committee, 1930-1944
21
32
Norton, Charles D. (Trustee), 1919-1923
21
33
Ogle, Marbury B. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1931-1934
21
34
Osborn, Mrs. Henry Fairfield (Donor), 1922-1928
21
35
Parrish, Samuel L. (Donor), 1924-1929
21
36
Pine, John B. (Legal Counsel), 1920-1922
21
37
Platt, Charles (Committee on the School of Fine Arts; President), 1922-1933
21
38-39
Pope, John Russell (President), 1935-1938
21
40
Prix de Rome Medal (designed by Harry Camden), undated, 1940-1942
22
1
Publications, Annual Contributors Pamphlet, 1927-1928
22
2
Publications, Mailing Lists, 1928-1939
22
3
Publications, Memoirs of The American Academy in Rome and Monographs Published, 1920-1941
22
4
Publications, Orders, 1920-1947
22
5-11
Publications, Villas and Grounds of Italy by Amey Aldrich and John Walker, 1938-1941
22
12
Publicity, undated, 1921-1944
22
13-15
Rand, Edward K. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies; Committee on Publications), 1919-1931
22
16
Regional Competitions, 1941 and 1942
22
17-19
Rolfe, John C. (Professor of Classics; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1920-1940
22
20
School of Classical Studies, undated, 1938-1943
22
21
School of Classical Studies, Advisory Council, 1922-1945
22
22-24
School of Classical Studies, College and University Annual Subscriptions, 1920-1931
22
25-27
School of Classical Studies, Lists of Directors and Professors, 1895-1933
22
28
School of Classical Studies, Lists of Students/Fellows, 1895-1933
22
29
School of Classical Studies, Summer Sessions, 1923-1939
23
1-6
School of Fine Arts--Advisory Council, 1924-1928
23
7
Shipments of Students' Work, undated, 1932-1938
23
8
Smith, James Kellum (Committee on the School of Fine Arts; Acting Treasurer; President), 1935-1945
23
9
Sowerby, Leo, undated, 1935-1944
23
10
Stevens, Gorham Phillips (Director, Rome), 1919-1932
23
11-22
Taxes, 1932-1943
23
23
Taylor, Lily Ross (Fellow in Archaeology), 1920-1923
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24
Thrasher-Ward Memorial Competition, undated, 1920-1925
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25
Trowbridge, Breck (Committee on the School of Fine Arts), 1919-1925
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26
U.S. Trust Company, 1919-1944
24
1-4
Van Buren, Albert W. (Museum Curator; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1933-1945
24
5-6
Villa Aurelia, 1944-1945
24
7
Walker, John (Trustee), 1940-1944
24
8
Wilkins, H. Blakiston (Executive Secretary, Rome), 1919-1921
24
9-10
Meriwether Stuart (Executive Secretary)
General Correspondence, 1946
24
11
Baldwin, Sherman (Legal Counsel), 1946
24
12
Beebe, Dwight (Finance Committee), 1946
24
13
Bradford, Lindsay (Treasurer), 1946
24
14
Classical Scholarships, 1946
24
15
Classical Society of the American Academy in Rome, 1946
24
16
Council of the Academy, 1946
24
17
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1945-1946
24
18
Davico-Longobardi Salary and Dollar Balances, 1945-1946
24
19
Dinsmoor, William Bell (Secretary), 1945-1946
24
20
Fulbright Bill, 1946
24
21
G.I. Fellowships, 1946
24
22
Johnson, Allan C. (Trustee; Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1945-1946
24
23
Library, 1945-1946
24
24
Library Committee, 1946
24
25
Library Orders/Payments, 1946
24
26
Mendell, Clarence (Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1946
24
27
Morey, C. R. (Acting Director), 1945-1946
24
28
Music Publications, 1946
24
29
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), 1946
24
30
Smith, James Kellum (President), 1946
24
31
Trustees, 1945-1946
24
32
Van Buren, Albert W. (Museum Curator; Editor; Professor of Archaeology), 1945-1946
24
33
Vatican Payments, 1945-1946
24
34
Mary T. Williams (Executive Secretary)
Baldwin, Sherman (Legal Counsel), 1946-1947
24
35
Bradford, Lindsay (Treasurer), 1946-1947
24
36
Brown, Frank E. (Professor in Charge of Classical Studies), 1947
24
37
Budget, 1947-1948
24
38
Classical Society of The American Academy in Rome, 1946-1947
24
39
Council of the Academy, 1947
24
40
Customs Duty, 1949-1950
24
41
Davico, Riccardo (Secretary, Rome), 1946-1947
24
42
Endowment Fund, 1950
24
43
Finance Committee, 1946-1947
24
44
Fulbright Bill, 1946-1957
24
45
Library, undated, 1946
24
46
McIlhenny, Henry (Trustee), 1947
24
47
Mendell, Clarence (Committee on the School of Classical Studies), 1946-1947
24
48
Moore, Lamont (Assistant Director, Rome), 1947
24
49
Morey, C. R. (Acting Director), 1947
24
50
Music Publications, 1947-1948
24
51
Musicology, School of, Summer Session at the American Academy in Rome, 1947
24
52
Nominating Committee, 1947
24
53
Roberts, Laurance P. (Director, Rome), undated, 1946-1947
24
54
Rowell, Henry T. (Director, Summer Sessions), 1948
24
55
Smith, James Kellum (President), 1946
24
56
Visitors at the Academy and Requests to Visit, A-Z, 1947
24
57
Warsher, Tatiana (CARE packages), 1947-1948
24
58
Watkins, Franklin C, (Trustee), 1947
24
59
George K. Boyce (Librarian)
General Correspondence, 1940-1941
25
1
Serials Correspondence, 1940-1941
25
2
Phillips B. Robinson (Endowment Fund Campaign Secretary), Correspondence, 1913-1914
25
3
Edgar I. Williams (Endowment Fund Campaign Secretary)
Correspondence, 1919-1920
25
4
Financial Records, 1920
25
5-6
Fundraising Book, 1919-1920
25
7
Fundraising Events, 1920
25
8-9
Lists, Alumni, 1919-1920
25
10
Lists, Committees, 1919-1920
25
11
Lists, Mailing, 1919-1920
25
12
Lists, Possible Contributors, 1919-1920
25
13
Lists, Subscribers, 1919-1920
25
14
3.2: Rosters, 1895-1939, undated
DescriptionContainer
Comments Written on Fine Arts Rosters, 1914
25
15
School of Fine Arts Rosters, A-Z, 1895-1939
25
16-21
School of Classical Studies Rosters, A-Z, 1912-1938
25
22-25
School of Classical Studies, Summer Sessions Rosters, undated, 1923-1932; 1937-1939
25
26-30
3.3: Printed Matter, 1905-circa 1981
DescriptionContainer
General
Act of Incorporation and By-Laws, 1905-1940
26
1
Annual Report , 1930-1931
26
2
Confidential Memorandum on the American Academy in Rome, 1913
26
3
Constitution, 1902
26
4
Directory of Fellows and Residents, [1981?]
26
5
General Information, 1905
26
6
History, 1913-1927
26
7
Library, undated, 1923
26
8
Newsletter from the Director, 1915-1929
26
9-11
Officers, Trustees, etc., 1911-1920
26
12
Publications, 1917, 1938-1939
26
13
Special Events, 1905-1929
26
14
School of Classical Studies
Annual Announcements, 1915-1940
26
15-16
Consolidation with the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, 1911
26
17
Directory, 1942
26
18
Fellowships, undated, 1941-1952
26
19
General Information, 1913-1922
26
20
Lecture Announcements, undated, 1932-1940
26
21
Newsletter, 1915-1940
26
22-24
Summer Sessions, n.d, 1923-1951
26
25
School of Fine Arts
The American Academy in Rome at the New York Wold's Fair and the Golden Gate Exposition, 1939
26
26
Annual Announcements, 1899-1939
26
27-28
Concert Programs, 1923-1939
26
29
Exhibitions, undated, 1896-1939
26
30-31
Fellowships, undated, 1910-1953
26
32
Fellowships in Architecture, undated, 1910-1947
26
33
Fellowships in the History of Art, 1947
26
34
Fellowships in Landscape Architecture, undated, 1937-1947
26
35
Fellowships in Musical Composition, undated, 1942
26
36
Fellowships in Painting, 1908-1909
26
37
Fellowships in Sculpture, 1909
26
38
General Information, circa 1911-1913, 1930
26
39
Newsletter, 1914-1932
26
40
Printed Matter Produced by Others
Scrapbooks Volume 1: News Clippings, 1905-1922
27
1
Scrapbooks Volume 2: News clippings, and Other Printed Matter, 1911-1912
27
2
Scrapbooks Volume 3: News clippings, Other Printed Matter, and Photographs, 1938-1940
27
3
News Clippings, 1909-1937, undated
27
4-26
News Clippings, 1938-1951
28
1-31
News Clippings A - Z, 1920-1938
29
1-30
Articles from Miscellaneous Publications
Congressional Bills and Reports about the American Academy in Rome, 1902-1912 and 1932
30
1
About the American Academy in Rome, undated, 1910-1933
30
2
By, About, or Mentioning Individuals Associated with the American Academy in Rome, undated, 1912-1947
30
3
Poster, Leave Courses about Rome's Cultural Heritage, circa 1945
30
4
Oversized Poster, Leave Courses about Rome's Cultural Heritage , circa 1945
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3.4: Photographs, 1891-1941, undated
DescriptionContainer
Works of Art
By Visiting Students and Fellows, A - Z
30
5-20
By Frank D. Millet
30
21
Collaborative Problem, undated, 1910-1911, 1913, 1915-1917, 1920-1939
30
22-44
Rome Prize Competition in Architecture, undated, 1926-1934, 1940-1941
30
45-48
Rome Prize Competition in Landscape Architecture, undated, 1937
30
49
Prix de Rome Competition Exhibition, Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, 1938-1939, 1941
30
50-52
People
Individuals, A - Z, and unidentified
31
1-2
Summer School students, 1926-1927, undated
31
3
Fellowship Winners, 1937, undated
31
4
Groups, Unidentified, undated
31
5
Buildings
Academy Building ("New Building")--Exterior construction, circa 1912-1914
31
6
Academy Building--Exterior, 1929
31
7
Academy Building ("New Building")--Interior construction and model for library chair, 1914
31
8
Academy Building--Interior, Library, 1926
31
9
Three New Studios, 1909
31
10
Villa Aurelia
31
11-12
Villa Mirafiore
31
13
Villa Richardson, 1926