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Betty Parsons Gallery records and personal papers, 1916-1991, bulk 1946-1983

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7.3: Correspondence , 1922-1983

Series consists of Parsons's incoming and outgoing correspondence originally maintained within her personal papers, although it appears to be a mixture of personal and professional correspondence. It includes not only letters from friends and family, but also from museum directors, art dealers, researchers, gallery artists, and artists seeking representation from the Betty Parsons Gallery. General correspondence primarily consists of personal letters from friends, while chronological correspondence includes primarily business-related letters. No attempt was made to reconcile the two systems since this arrangement may have originated with the creator.
Correspondence is arranged into three sub-subseries:
  • 7.3.1: General Correspondence, 1922-1983
  • 7.3.2: Chronological Correspondence, circa 1938-1983
  • 7.3.3. Travel Correspondence and Documentation, 1933, 1957-1981
7.3.1: General Correspondence, 1922-1983
Files mostly consist of correspondence with friends and artists with whom Parsons had a personal relationship, although letters touching upon gallery business are scattered throughout. As close friends, many of the artists shared details about their personal and family life, travels, work, and careers. Gallery artist correspondents include Larry Bigelow, Alexander Calder, and William Condon. Of particular note are letters from Ad Reinhardt discussing his work in relation to the gallery and exhorting Parsons to fight for her (and his) rightful place in history. Another significant and prolific correspondent is the English artist Adge Baker, with whom Parsons had a romantic relationship. The two lived together for several years in the house that Parsons purchased shortly after she arrived in Paris in 1923. Although they separated in 1932, they remained life long friends. There are also personal letters from Marjorie Liebman and Aline Porter that include details about Parsons's romantic relationships with both women, as well as details about their careers. Another prolific correspondent is artist Etienne Ret.
Notable friends and other correspondents include heiress and world-class speed boat racer Joe Carstairs, the Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava (Lindy Guinness), art critic Rosalind Constable, and art and literary critic Dale McConathy, who briefly worked for Parsons as a gallery assistant. Personal correspondence also includes Christmas cards, postcards, telegrams, and third party correspondence to gallery employees and Lee Hall, Parsons's biographer and gallery artist. Many of the Christmas cards include original artwork in a variety of media, and have been arranged with other artwork sent to Parsons by various artists over the years.
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A, circa 1951-1977
  • Alper, Natalie
  • Andre, Carl
  • Arlasez, Nuri
  • Avery, Milton
  • Auerbach, Ellen
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A, circa 1945-1979
Includes Alpen, Natalie; Archipenko Art School
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Agar, Herbert, 1934-1937
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Alloway, Lawrence, circa 1959-1975
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Alloway, Lawrence, circa 1960-circa 1963
Includes exchange with Ad Reinhardt regarding Alloway's book
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Ames, Muriel, 1922-1975
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Ammerman, Richard, 1934-1936
Relates to handling Parsons's affairs following her return to the United States in 1933
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B, 1922-1979
Includes: Barr, Alfred; Berman, Avis; Bigelow, Larry; Blume, Marie; Blumenfeld, Sibylle; Bonge, Dusti; Bove, Louise; Bowles, Jane; Burchardt, Marischa; Box, Eden; Burnhome, Clement
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B, 1944-1982
  • Barcley, Jo
  • Barker, Margaret
  • Bakwa, C?©lestin,
  • Beal, John
  • Bedell, Eleanor
  • Bess, Forrest
  • Biero, Ellen
  • Blume, Mary
  • Bochoo, Jac[kki]
  • Bove, Louise
  • Box, Eden (Eden Fleming)
  • Braddock, Barrie
  • Bradley, Harvey
  • Breckenridge, Edith (Mrs. Gerald)
  • Brett, D.E.
  • Brotherton, Joe
  • Buchanan, Beverly
  • Budd, [David]
  • Burnhome, Clement M.
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Baker, Adge, circa 1932-1982
(2 folders)
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Baker, Adge, circa 1932-1982
(17 folders)
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Baker, Adge, 1950s-circa 1970s
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Baker, Adge, 1930s-1941, 1953
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Baker, Adge, 1966-1970
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Baker, Adge, 1971
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Baker, Adge, 1972 January-April
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Baker, Adge, 1972 May-December
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Baker, Adge, 1973 February-September
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Baker, Adge, 1973 October-December
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Baker, Adge, 1974 January-June
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Baker, Adge, 1974 July-October
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Baker, Adge, 1974 November-December
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Baker, Adge, 1975 January-April
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Baker, Adge, 1975 May-December
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Baker, Adge, 1975 December-1979
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Baker, Adge, 1981-1983
Includes letters to Lee Hall with information for Hall's biography of Parsons.
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Barker, Walter, 1963-1979
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Bigelow, Larry, 1954-1960
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Bonge, Dusti, circa 1954-1982
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Bulla, Jean, circa 1932-1935
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C, 1948-1972
  • C., Bill
  • Calder, Alexander
  • Chryssa
  • Coggeshall, Calvert
  • Copley, Al
  • Cummings, Harry
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C, 1941-1979
Includes: Cates, Mrs. Louis; Chryssa; Clarke, Billie; Collins, Kay; Constable, Rosalind; Cosmopolitan Club recommendations
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Carstairs, Joe, 1942-1963
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Clarke, Billie, circa 1970-1980
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Cloos, Consuelo, circa 1952-1982
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Congdon, William, 1977-1981
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Constable, Rosalind, 1943-1982
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Crosby, Caresse, 1925, 1965-1967
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D, 1964-1980
Includes: De Lanux, Eyre; De Nagy, Tibor; De Saussaure; Dlugoszewski, Lucia
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D, 1952-1982
  • Daniels, Alfred
  • Danziger, Sonia
  • Davidson, Carol Kreeger
  • Davis, Mary
  • Day, Blanche
  • De Lamar, Alice
  • Denn, Gene
  • Dickinson, Dennis
  • Dienes, Sari
  • Dlugoszewski, Lucia
  • Donaldson, James R.
  • Donati, Enrico
  • Dora, Una
  • Dubuffet, Jean
  • Dunbar, J. H.
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DeMeyer, Evelyn, 1977-1980
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Dufferin and Ava, The Marchioness of (Lindy Guinness), circa 1964-1981
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Durant, Nancy, circa 1950-1972
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E, circa 1950-1982
  • Eastman, Thomas
  • Eberhart, Betty
  • Edelstein, Paul
  • Egan, Charles
  • Elliott, Ronnie
  • Englesmith, Tejas
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Eppstein & Hirshfield, 1934
Law firm seeking alimony from Parsons's ex-husband, Schuyler Parsons
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E-F, 1953-circa 1978
Includes: Eastman, Thomas; Edelstein, Paul; Fine, A. M.; Fogel, Seymour; Fonssagrives, Lisa; also includes telegram from Jock Truman announcing Paul Feeley's death
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F, circa 1940-1982
  • Fairweather, Sally
  • Falkenstein, Claire
  • Feeley, Paul and Helen
  • Fenno, Pauline
  • Fine, Albert
  • Fini, Jan Luigi
  • Fischel, Marguerite
  • Fish, Seena
  • Fitch, Susan
  • Flaherty, Frances Moore
  • Flaherty, Frances Rohr
  • Francisco, Marjorie
  • Francisco, Richard
  • Frankel, Anita
  • Fraser, C. E.
  • Freedberg, Priscilla
  • Fremantle, Chloe
  • Frickner, Lawrence
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Family, 1952-1976
Includes nephew William (Bill) Rayner
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Family, McCarter Family, circa 1950s-1970
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Family, Miles Family, 1945-1971
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Family, Pierson, Suzanne (Parsons's mother), 1930, 1945-1947
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Family, Rayner, Emily (Parsons's sister), circa 1940s-1963
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Family, Tifft Family, circa 1960s-circa 1970
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Frasetto, Monica Flaherty, circa 1951-1974
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Fritzius, Harry, circa 1953-1978
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G, 1948-1982
  • Garston, Gerald D.
  • Gladstone, Doria and Mike
  • George, Thomas
  • Goff, Lloyd
  • Gordon, Martha
  • Grant-Govar, Enid
  • Gray, Cleve
  • Greenfield, Sophia
  • Groth, Jan
  • Guiness, Alec
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G, undated
Includes: Guiness, Alec
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Gooding, Maria, 1977-1982
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Groves, Chris, 1966-1968
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H, 1928-1979
Includes: Hall, Lee; Hansen, Craig; Hanstaengl, Ernest F. S.; Higginson, Mary; Hill, Ron; Hoff, Margo; Holtzman, Harry
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H, circa 1940-1981
  • Haberman, Daniel
  • Hamblett, Theora
  • Hamilton, C.
  • Hamilton, George Heard
  • Harman, E. Terry
  • Harper, Lindsay
  • Harwood, Nina Conan Doyle
  • Hawkins, Erick
  • Hayashi, Kaname
  • Herbert, David
  • Hero, Mrs. Alvin (Martha)
  • Herzel, Eileen
  • Hillis, Sue
  • Hirshhorn, Joseph and Olga
  • Hock, Robert
  • Hoff, Margo
  • Hood, Dorothy Gregory
  • Hooker, R. Wolcott
  • Hopkins, Harry L.
  • Humphrey, Ralph
  • Huyck, Laura Talmage
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Hall, Lee, circa 1981-1982
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Harper & Brothers, 1938-1939
Relates to sketch Parsons did for In Privateer's Bay, a book by Robb White.
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Hennessy, Timothy, 1961-1974
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I and J, 1942-1982
  • Irving, Flora W.
  • Jablow, Evelyn
  • Jackson, Kay
  • Jaeger, Blanche
  • Jenkins, R.A.
  • Johnson, Ray
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I-J-K, 1958-1979
Includes: Indiana, Robert; Irving, Lisa; John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation; Robert; Kai, Peggy; Katz, William (Bill)
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K, circa 1940-1982
  • Kardamatis, Yiannis Wolfgang
  • Katz, Bill
  • Kealy, Hinman L.P.
  • Kelleher, M. Landreth
  • Kelly, Ellsworth
  • Kent, Alice
  • Klyne, Maurice
  • Koch, Ed
  • Koteen, Shirley
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L, circa 1942-1981
  • Leake, Paul M.
  • Liebman, Marjorie
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L: La, 1961-1982
Includes: La Farge, John; Lake, Ruth; Lambe, Cicie; Larese, Steve; Lasbury, Leah
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L: Le-Lu, 1950-1976
Includes: Leach, Jeff and Paula; Lutz, Herbert
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Liebman, Marjorie, circa 1950s-circa 1980
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Liebman, Marjorie, circa 1950-1952
Letters from early 1950s include love letters to Parsons
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Liebman, Marjorie, 1953
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Liebman, Marjorie, 1954-1968
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Liebman, Marjorie, 1970-1976
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Liebman, Marjorie, 1977-1981
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Liechtenstein, Dorothy "Dumpy", circa 1930-1961
Note on letter indicates she was Parsons's "best friend"
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Ludington, Min, 1936-1968
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M: Ma-Meb, 1937-1980
Includes: Mansaram, P; Marisol; Matter, Mercedes; McCarter, Renate Bohne; McPeck, Eleanor; Mebane, Daniel
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M: Mel-Moo, 1944-1982
Includes: Melcarth, Edward; Merriam, Harold; Messing, Joseph B.; Milroy, Jack; Monnier, Jackie; Moore, Honor
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M: Mu, 1928-1977
Includes: Muldavin, Sylvia; Munson, Ona; Murch, Walter (sale to James Caffrey); Murphy, Alice Harold; Murray, Peg
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McConathy, Dale, circa 1963-1969
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McConathy, Dale, 1964-1975
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Moore, Eliza, circa 1974-1981
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Morales, Grace, 1965-1969, 1981-1982
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Morgan, Maud, 1957-1982
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M and N, circa 1950-1976
  • Macy, Gert
  • Mallory, Margaret
  • Marshall, George
  • Mason, Susanne
  • McCloud, Lillard
  • McPeck, Eleanor
  • Metz, Gwyn
  • Miles, Jeanne
  • Miller, B.
  • Mon, Bascha
  • Morgan, Joseph P.
  • Mueller, Leo
  • Muelanzambi, Bawka
  • Murphy, Alice Harold
  • Negulesco, Jean
  • Nuala (Elsa de Brun)
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N-O, 1955-1982
Includes: Naar, Ruth; Nichols, William B.
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Newcomb, Mary (Mrs. Alexander Higginson), circa 1932-1961
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O and P, circa 1950-1982
  • Oliver, Alex
  • Okada, Kenzo and Kimi
  • Passante, Anne
  • Perreault, John
  • Perkins, Helvetia
  • Porter, Aline
  • Porter, Pat
  • Pousette-Dart, Richard
  • Putnam, Wallace
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Okada, Kenzo, circa 1964-circa 1976
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O'Shaughnessy, Michael, 1961-1965
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O'Shaughnessy, Michael, 1966-1980
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P, circa 1966-1982, 1933
Includes: Peck, Priscilla; Perrin, Lisa; Philips, Gifford?; Ponce, Charles; Porter, Stephen; Preisman, Fran
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Parsons, Betty to Jock Truman, circa 1968-circa 1975
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Parsons, Schuyler, 1930s
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Parsons, Schuyler, 1960s
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Pierson, Alison Gardiner, circa 1975-1982
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Pierson, James Rhodes, 1956-1959
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Porter, Aline, circa 1950s-circa 1970s
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Porter, Aline, 1953-1956
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Porter, Aline, 1957
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Porter, Aline, 1958 January-February
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Porter, Aline, 1958 April-1959
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Porter, Aline, 1965-1973
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Porter, Aline, 1974-1982
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Prowd, Pat, 1946-1950
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R, 1942-1980
Rabkin, Leo; Robinson, Arthur; Rockefeller, Mary C.; Roosevelt, Eleanor; Root, E. W.; Rosenblatt, Russell, John and Cleve Gray;
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Reinhardt, Ad, circa 1949-1965
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Ret, Etienne, circa 1940s-circa 1960s
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Ret, Etienne, circa 1940s-circa 1960s
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Ret, Etienne, 1938-1949
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Oversized Ret, Etienne, circa 1950s
OV 65
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Ret, Etienne, 1950-1951
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Ret, Etienne, 1953
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Ret, Etienne, 1954-1959
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Ret, Etienne, 1960-1969
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Ret, Etienne, 1973-1981
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Risa, 1975-1982
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R and S, 1943-1981
  • Ret, Etienne
  • Russell, Ethel Bordon
  • Santiago, Ed
  • Shepley, Mrs. P. R. (Lili)
  • Sikelianos, Eva
  • Smith, Tony
  • Sottsass, Ettore
  • Steindecker, Oliver
  • Steiner, Lisl
  • Sterne, Hedda
  • Stevens, Peter Jellen
  • Storey, Ala
  • Swartz, Clementa M.
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S, 1941-1980
Schnackenberg, Henry; Sides, Alfredo; Steinberg, Saul; Strohl, Audrey; Stroud, Agnes; Swales, Terry
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Seid, Dui, circa 1974-1975
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Smith, Tony and Jane, circa 1954-1981
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Sterne, Hedda, circa 1944-circa 1951
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Sterne, Hedda, 1954-circa 1977
Last item in folder (1977 letter) may not be Hedda Sterne; photo is a duplicate of one in Marjorie Liebman folder, with annotations "with Richard Francis in Maine."
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T, circa 1961-1975
  • Taylor, Benjamin de Brie
  • Taylor, Marie Carr
  • Thompson, Lynne
  • Toland, Mrs. Owen Jones
  • Tryggvadottir, Nina
  • Tumarkin, Igael
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T: T. -Ti, 1968-1982
Includes: Taylor, Benjamin de Brie; Taylor, Marie Carr; Taylor, Paul; Thaxter, Helen; Tilton, Connie; Tippet, Bruce; Tisato, Orlando
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T: To-Tu, 1939-1976
Includes: Tomkins, Richman; Tonetti, Mary S.; Tucker, Marie; Tucker, Pat; Turnakin; Turner, Helen
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V, General, 1949-1979
Valente, Barbara; Vance, Sheldon; Vanrusca, Frank; Vicente; Esteban
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Van Scriver, Strelsa, 1942-1963
Includes 1942 photo of Parsons with unidentified woman
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V, W, and Z, circa 1956-1982
  • Valente, Barbara
  • Valmarsus, Pablo and Rene
  • Vanruska, Frank
  • Van Scriver, Strelsa
  • W., Jack
  • Warner, Sylvia Townsend
  • West, Saul and Peggy
  • Weyschmid, Rita
  • Zito, Abby
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W: W.-We, 1958-1970
Includes: Walker, Syliva Townsend; Watkins, Mary; West, Peggy
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W: Wh-Wo, 1964-1980
Includes: Williams, Johanna; Winslow, Natalie; Wisseman, John and Nancy; Woodcock, Patricia
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Willis, Pat, 1941-1950
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Willis, Pat, 1951-1968
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Witzel, Annie Laurie, 1960s-1970s
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Y-Z, 1964, 1981
Young, J; Zuka
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Condolences on Death of Sister Emily, 1963
Alphabetical by correspondent
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First Names Only: A-C, 1944-circa 1960s
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First Names Only, D-L, 1933-1970s
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First Names Only, M-P, circa 1932-1970s
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First Names Only, R-T, 1926-circa 1970s
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Unidentified and Illegible, 1930s-1970s
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Unidentified, circa 1932-1981
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Third Party, circa 1937-1983
41
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Christmas Cards, circa 1960-1977
(5 folders)
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Christmas Cards and Other Correspondence with Artwork
Artists A-B, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
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Artists C-F, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
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Artists G, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
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Artists H, circa 1960s-1982
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Artists, I-K, circa 1960s-circa 1980s
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Artists, L, 1955-1981
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Artists, M, 1947-circa 1970s
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Artists, O-P, circa 1955-1980
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Artists, R-S, 1955-circa 1970s
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Artists, S, 1950-1980
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Artists, T, circa 1965-1982
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Artists, T, circa 1960s-1982
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Artists, V-Z, circa 1945-1980
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Artists, Oversized A-Z and Unidentified/Illegible, circa 1940s-circa 1982
Oversized material housed in OV 62
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Artists, Unidentified/Illegible, circa 1940s-circa 1982
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Artists, Unidentified/Illegible, circa 1940s-circa 1982
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Artists, Unidentified/Illegible, circa 1940s-circa 1982
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Oversized Christmas Cards and Other Correspondence with Artwork, Artists A-Z and Unidentified/Illegible from Box 59, Folders 15-28
OV 66
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Postcards, circa 1930-1959
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Postcards, circa 1960-1969
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Postcards, circa 1970-1979
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Postcards, 1980-1982
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Postcards, undated
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Postcards, First Names, A-L, circa 1964-circa 1979
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Postcards, First Names, M-W, circa 1967-circa 1981
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Postcards, Surnames A-V, circa 1969-circa 1971
includes postcards from Henry Koehler, Annalee and Barnett Newman, Kenzo Okada, Frank Sherman, and Bill Taggart
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Postcards Unidentified/Illegible, 1960s-1970s
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Telegrams, 1929-1971
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Telegrams, 1963
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7.3.2: Chronological Correspondence, circa 1938-1983
These files reflect how deeply Parsons's life was intertwined with the gallery as correspondence with dealers, museum directors, researchers, collectors, arts organizations, gallery staff, and artists predominate in this subseries, although letters from friends are scattered throughout. Letters address a variety of topics including requests for Parsons to be a jurist for juried exhibitions, exhibitions and sales of her own art work, references for artists, requests for interviews, questions from researchers, and communications from gallery staff. Letters from Jock Truman, include his original cover letter (1961) and updates concerning gallery business (1964, 1966-1968, and 1972).
Letters from Parsons include a letter of introduction for her former husband Schuyler Parsons to Peggy Guggenheim (1965) and a suggestion to collector Paul Mellon (1976) that Barnett Newman's Stations of the Cross belongs in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.. Parsons response to a researcher (1979) provides her insights concerning the early history of the gallery and her connection with the Abstract Expressionists. Other significant correspondents include Ossip Zadkine (1956), Jacqueline Monnier (1978 and 1982), and Judith Rothschild (1980). Finally, letters that post-date Parsons death in July, 1982 include condolence letters to gallery staff and correspondence between Jack Tilton, her former assistant at the gallery and William Rayner, her nephew and the executer of her estate, to establish prices for her art work.
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Correspondence, circa 1950s-circa 1970s
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Correspondence, 1938-1949
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Correspondence, 1940-1951
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Correspondence, 1950-1953
41
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Correspondence, 1954-1956
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Correspondence, 1956-1969
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Correspondence, 1957-1960
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Correspondence, 1961-1962
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Correspondence, 1963
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Correspondence, 1964
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Correspondence, 1965
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Correspondence, 1966
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Correspondence, 1967-1969
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Correspondence, 1970-1974
41
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Correspondence, 1971-1975
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Correspondence, 1975-1977
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Correspondence, 1976-1979
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Correspondence, 1978
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Correspondence, 1979
(2 folders)
41
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Correspondence, 1980
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Correspondence, 1980-1982
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Correspondence, 1981
(2 folders)
41
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Correspondence, 1982
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Correspondence, 1983
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Correspondence, undated
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7.3.3: Travel Correspondence and Documentation, 1933, 1957-1981
This subseries documents travel undertaken by Parsons in the United States and abroad, including trips to Europe, Japan, Russia, Poland, and Zaire. Records document travel arrangements and itineraries, and include letters from gallery employees to Parsons informing her of goings-on at the gallery during her absences. There is a group photo, including Parsons, from her 1958 trip to Japan. The folder recording her trip to Turkey folder includes a draft of a letter written by Parsons after she received the news of Barnett Newman's death, and a note to Ellsworth Kelly. The files on her 1976 trip to England and Ireland document an exhibition of her work at the David Hendriks Gallery in August 1976, and a Theo McNab exhibition, presented by David Hendriks at the Cork Arts Society Gallery and opened by Parsons. Records include lists of artwork, correspondence, press coverage, and photographs, including two photos of Parsons with McNab and Hendriks. Also found in these records is correspondence with artist Maria Gooding, whom Parsons visited during the trip, regarding plans for an exhibition of Gooding's work in 1977 at Betty Parsons Gallery. Gooding's correspondence encloses photos of Parsons
Description Container
Boat Passage Receipt, 1933
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Japan, 1957-1958
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Europe, 1963
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Europe, 1964
Includes a letter from Ellsworth Kelly about his decision to leave the gallery.
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United States, 1965
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Russia and Poland, 1965-1966
60
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Russia and Poland, 1966
60
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Trips, Various, 1966-1968
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Turkey, 1969-1970
60
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Europe, 1969-1971
60
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International Association of Art Critics, Zaire, 1972-1974
60
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United States, 1973
Includes a letter from Agnes Martin and 2 photos of Martin's home near Cuba, New Mexico, one with Martin standing out front
60
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France, 1976
60
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England and Ireland, 1976
60
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England and Ireland, 1976
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England and Ireland, 1976
60
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Gooding, Maria, 1979
60
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Denmark, 1977
60
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Miscellaneous Domestic Travel Itineraries, 1976, 1981
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