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Charles M. Kurtz papers, 1843-1990, bulk, 1884-1909

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Series 9: Printed Material , 1873-1990, undated

The majority of printed material can be found on microfilm reels numbered 4824 and 4825. However the correspondence does contain some individual articles that were enclosed in letters. These miscellaneous items are listed preceding the majority of the printed matter on the aforementioned two reels. Some duplicates of the catalogs found in this series were not filmed.
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Clippings reviewing Munkacsy exhibition, 1886
4807
1238-1242
Clippings regarding Munkacsy exhibition, 1886
4807
1315-1319
Description of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilot" from the illustrated handbook that accompanied the exhibition, 1886
4808
760-64
Description of Munkacsy's companion picture, "Christ on Calvary"
4808
796-797
Checklist of the Charles M. Kurtz Collection loaned for exhibition at "The Sketch Club,", 1887
4808
900-902
Ticket for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary" exhibition
4808
1208-09
Catalogue/checklist for Jervis McEntee sale at Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, March, 1888
4808
1249-1255
Illustrations and announcement for National Academy Notes, 1888
4808
1423-26
Biographical account of the American cattle painter, Mrs. Emily J. Lakey
4808
1427
Illustrated postcard "Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States at Cincinnati,", 1888
4809
15
Review of exhibition by Emily Lakey
4809
29
Review of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate"
4809
263-265
Obituary of Carl Brenner
4809
266
Checklist for sale of paintings collected by Kurtz and Sedelmeyer
4809
300-302
Flyer from St. Louis Exposition, Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809
380
3 cards illustrated with pictures from firm Redheffer & Koch, Art Dealers
4809
470
Review of novel
4809
596
Card of admittance for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary" and "Christ Before Pilate"
4809
599, 709
Description of Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary-The Moral Show"
4809
736
Exhibition brochure for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809
740
Invitation to Nashville exhibition of Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate"
4809
801
Kinney Tobacco Company cards with illustrations of military uniforms
4809
802
Flyer from Cleveland exhibition of Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809
811
Press clipping, advertisement and flyer for Munkacsy's "Christ on Calvary"
4809
865-866
Invitation to open studio at "The Mendelssohn"
4809
1164
"Mrs. Lakey's Picture," review and related essay by Charles M. Kurtz
4809
1203-1206
Check list of Erwin Davis sale annotated with sale prices
4809
1223-24
Specimen illustration from "Academy Notes: Harmony" by Hamilton Hamilton
4809
1288
3 specimen illustrations from "Academy Notes" by Louis Moeller and Walter Satterlee
4809
1311-1313
Poem from The Star "Old Masters,", April 12, 1889
4809
1322
Lyrics by Charles M. Kurtz for his "Comic Opera"
4809
1290-1292
Newspaper article "No J. G. Brown's at the Columbian Fair," Herald, Feb. 2, 1893
4812
939
Newspaper article "By American Artists, Glorious Collection for the Fair," Chicago Herald, 1893
4812
1065-66
Newspaper article "Almost Forgotten Artists" [account of Kurtz's lecture], Dispatch, March 19, 1893
4812
1161
Invitation and ticket of admission to Uruguayan exhibit, World's Columbian Exposition
4813
75-76
Sheet music, Bending o'er a Cradle Low lyrics by Lydia Avery Coonley who corresponded with Charles M. Kurtz
4813
490
Invitation and related material for Knights Templar Charity Ball, Illinois Masons, December 12, 1894
4813
546-550
Catalogue, M. Knoedler & Co., Paintings by Robert W. Van Boskerck, 1894
4813
604-606
Newspaper clippings on miners strike, 1894
4813
1097-1098
Newspaper clippings on legal case handled by L.T. Kurtz
4813
1130
Newspaper clipping on mob incident in Colorado, 1894
4813
1186
Obituary for William Semple, art patron from Louisville, Ky.
4813
1218
Announcement for The Art Institute of Chicago's Seventh Annual Exhibition, 1894
4813
1386-87
Card listing members of the American Committee of the Statue of Liberty
4813
1410
Exhibitor's ticket, St. Louis Exposition, 1894
4813
1413-14
Invitation to the Annual Reception of the Art Institute of Chicago, October 29, 1894
4814
51-52
List of cantatas published by the John Church Co., Cincinnati
4814
163
Program and tickets for The University of Chicago Convocation, 1895
4814
165-167
Schedule for afternoon lecture series, Art Institute of Chicago, 1895
4814
206
Invitation to exhibition opening for American Institute of Architects, 1895
4814
316
Clipping re: broken speed record for Pittsburg & Lake Erie line, July, 1895
4814
686
Clipping, Kentucky Women's Board of Commissioners for the Atlanta Exposition, circa Nov. 1895
4814
969
Invitation and checklist for Exhibition of Pictures in Oil and Water Colors Pittsburgh, Pa., April, 1896
4814
1354-57
Cartoon, "The X-Ray, McKinley, No Use Talking...", undated
4814
1366
Clipping, biography of J.W. Beatty, undated
4814
1367
Clippings: "The Macmonnies Fountain," "A World's Fair Scandal,", circa May, 1896
4815
59
Brochure: "Directions For Securing Copyrights"
4815
309-310
Clippings, "St. Louis Coliseum Proposition Carried"
4815
1195-1196
Clippings, "Art-George Moore," "Society of American Artists,", 1897
4815
1206
Checklist, "Collection of Paintings by Mrs. Charles Herbert Woodbury and Mrs. Marcia Oakes Woodbury" and "Svend Svendsen and Sidney Richmond Burleigh," St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, 1898
4815
1314-1317
Clipping, "Criterion Writers Quarrel", circa 1898
4816
19
Program description, Saint Louis School of Fine Arts, circa 1898
4816
527-8
Invitation, St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts exhibition, "Pastels by Frank Reaugh and Drawings by American artists, lent by Charles M. Kurtz,", circa Dec. 1899
4816
821
Clipping, "Art at the Exposition," St. Louis Dispatch, Sept. 9th, 1899
4816
914
Announcement for "The Dewey Reception" by the National Sculpture Society
4816
926
Announcement for meeting of National Sculpture Society honoring Thomas Ball, November, 1899
4816
974
Announcement of scheduled lectures for St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts, 1899
4816
991-992
Miscellaneous non-art related clippings from New York Times, circa April 1900
4816
1150
Announcement for annual meeting of Municipal Art Society of New York, April 30, 1900
4816
1154
Clipping from New York Herald, Paris edition, "At the United States Embassy, Great Reception Given...", circa 1899-1900
4816
1190
Application and rules and regulations for space at the St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall Association, 1900
4816
1213-1216
Clippings, unidentified, with account of trip to Europe by Cornelia B. Sage, Director of Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, circa Oct. 1914
4816
1296
Clippings, unidentified obituaries for art patron and poet B.W. Woodward, of Lawrence, Kansas, circa October 1900, undated
4816
1308
Invitation to exhibition opening, New York Water Color Club, November 9, 1900
4816
1319
Printed statement by John Ruskin "All Works of Taste (must bear a price...),", circa 1901
4817
12
Invitation to Architectural League of New York exhibition, February 16, 1901
4817
43-44
Checklist for the Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists, Jan. 10-24, 1901
4817
52-54
Checklist, special Exhibition of Early English Portraits, Book Bindings and Drawings from the McCormick, Lehmann, St. Louis Museum and Keppel & Co. collections
4817
55-57
Commencement invitation and program, Amherst College, 1901
4817
183-184
Invitation to press view of pan American Exposition, 1901
4817
201
Proclamation by President William McKinley establishing the Louisiana Purchase International Exposition, August 20, 1901
4817
344
Promotional material for Henry Romeike's clipping service, 1901
4817
397-399
Circular of information re: the Department of Art, The Louisiana Purchase exhibition, circa 1901
4817
485-489
Clipping about Russian painter, Vassili Vassilitch Verestchagin, February 17, 1902
4817
642
Clipping, "The St. Louis Exhibition,", July 22, 1902
4817
795
Invitation to National Sculpture Society's "Exhibition of Flowers and Sculpture,", November, 1902
4817
876-879
Promotional material, Henry Romeike Press Cutting Bureau, 1902
4817
929-933
Clipping, "Emblem of St. Louis Fair," The World, November 26, 1902
4817
973
Clipping, "The National Academy of Design Exhibition,", January 6, 1903
4817
1031
Promotional flyer for the American Art Annual, 1903
4817
1162-1164
Clipping "Art and Artists" from The Globe and Commercial Advertiser, Nov. 22, 1904
4818
112
Clipping, "European Art Boycott," unidentified, December 13, 1904
4818
175
Clipping, "A Few Cold Facts About Buffalo," from Buffalo Evening News, circa February, 1905
4818
288
Clipping, "Henry Wolf Honored," from The Boston Globe, May 15, 1905
4818
467
Clipping, "Sorolla at the Spanish Museum" and "Three Buffalo Books," unidentified, 1909
4819
499
Exposition material, 1884-1904, undated
Southern Exposition, 1885
4824
109-167
World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Miscellaneous printed memorabilia, 1893, undated
4824
171-185
The Chicago World's Fair by Joel Cook
4824
186-197
Department of Fine Arts, "Circular No. 3,", 1892
4824
198-204
"A Leader and Teacher" [Halsey C. Ives], from The Art Folio
4824
205-206
Miscellaneous printed matter
4824
207-223
"The World's Fair and Industrial Art" by Alfred T. Goshorn from The Engineering Magazine, 1893
4824
224-228
"General Art Comments" [on World's Fair at Chicago] from Current Art & Architecture, 1893
4824
233-242
Catalogues
General Information, Department of Fine Arts, 1893
4824
243-249
World's Columbian Exposition, [priced], 1893
4824
258-306
Official World's Columbian Exposition [illustrated, with corrections], 1893
4824
307-400
World's Columbian Exposition, Revised Catalogue Department of Fine Arts, 1893 with dedication to [Charles Ward] "Rhodes"
4824
401-514
Loan Collection Foreign Masterpieces Owned in the United States, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
4824
515-528
World's Columbian Exposition, Massachusetts Fine Art Exhibit [annotated], 1893,
4824
529-533
Exhibits of the State of New York at the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
4824
534-538
The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 3, Jan. 29, 1894
4824
542-547
The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 5, Feb. 12, 1894
4824
548-551
The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 11, March 26, 1894
4824
552-555
The Magic City, A Portfolio of Original Photographic Views of the Great World's Fair, Vol. I, No. 12, April 2, 1894
4824
556-557
St. Louis Expositions, 1894-1904
Miscellaneous printed matter
4824
558-589
Magazine clipping, "St. Louis Art Exhibition," The Arts , Vol. III. No. 4, Oct. 1894
4824
569-572
"The Great St. Louis Fair!" Suburban Home Journal, Vol. IX, No. I, Sept., 1895
4824
577-580
Magazine article from, St. Louis Life [Glasgow School], Sept., 1895
4824
581-583
Magazine article from St. Louis Life, Oct., 1895
4824
588
Promotional brochure, St. Louis Exposition
4824
589-590
Printed Exposition material and applications
4824
591-604
Catalogue of the Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices and purchasers of pictures; diagram of installation], 1894
4824
603-656
Catalogue of the Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices], 1895
4824
657-724
Art Department Catalogue, Saint Louis Exposiiton [annotated], 1896
4824
725-793
Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition [annotated with prices], 1897
4824
794-864
Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition, 1898
4824
865-930
Catalogue, Art Department, Saint Louis Exposition, 1899
4824
931-989
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904
Brochure on conditions governing the design of an official emblem for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
4824
991-1007
Map and related information on Louisiana Purchase Exposition
4824
998-1000
Circulars of Information Including the Classification and Rules and Regulations of the Department of Art
4824
1008-1017
Miscellaneous printed matter
4824
1018-1043
Circular No. 2 to Artists Eligible to Exhibit in The United States Section
4824
1021-1025
Universal Exposition, Illustrated Handbook
4824
1044-1116
Handbooks: Regulations Governing the Division of Exhibits of the Universal Exposition, St. Louis, 1904 Universal Exposition, Saint Louis, 1904, General Regulations; Rules and Regulations; Rules and Regulations Governing the System of Awards; Information Concerning Admission of Duty Free Exhibits, Quarantine of Animals, Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights
4825
001-79
Exhibitions, Kurtz Collection and Estate, 1883-1990, undated
Miscellaneous exhibition catalogues: also includes checklists of shows of individual artists, museums, clubs including exhibitions of Charles M. Kurtz's personal collection
4825
83-396
Annotated checklist and catalogue of Charles M. Kurtz estate sale; miscellaneous catalogues
4825
397-537
Printed Material, 1873-1990, undated
Miscellaneous printed material: artwork for Academy Notes [NAD]; announcements, invitations, promotional material for M. de Munkacsy's Christ Before Pilot; articles on St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts; Ladies Art Association; The American Art Association; annual reports; programs; invitations (e.g. Art Institute of Chicago, Saint Louis Museum, The Japan Society, London); circulars, Paris Exposition of 1900; Academy Notes [Buffalo Fine Arts Academy], 1909
4825
540-978
posthumous printed tributes to and biographical sketches of the life of Charles M. Kurtz from Academy Notes, The Washington-Jeffersonian and Yale Center for British Art ["Charles M. Kurtz and the Glasgow School"], 1990
4825
979-992
Miscellaneous Clippings, 1882-1931, undated
Clippings include: biographical sketches of Charles M. Kurtz; articles on duty on art; biographical sketches and reviews of Joaquin Sorolla; pages from unidentified French Salon catalogue; reviews of American Academy Notesand The Art Union; press notices from "The Prize Fund Exhibition"; reviews of art exhibitions and related events at the Columbian exposition; St. Louis Exposition; Glasgow exhibitions; opening of Albright Gallery
4825
995-1075
Calling Cards, undated
Friends, family, associates
4825
1078-1133
Artists
4825
1136-1147

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