Size: 0.6 linear ft. (on 3 microfilm reels)
Summary: Correspondence; press clippings; 28 volumes of a diary; an account book; and a catalog.
REEL D177: Letters from Macknight to Desmond Fitzgerald, Boston critic, collector, dealer, and biographer of Dodge Macknight; press clippings concerning Macknight exhibitions; and letters to Fitzgerald from Isabella Gardner, Claude Monet, and John Henry Twachtman, mostly relating to Macknight.
REELS 2774-2775: 28 volumes of Fitzgerald's personal diary (not in consecutive order) which include a few clippings and photographs; Early volumes relate to Fitzgerald's professional work. Later volumes after 1900 reflect his art interests, giving a full picture of his involvement in the art world. Also contains an account book and a catalog of Fitzgerald's estate sale after his death, IMPORTANT PAINTINGS BY THE INPRESSIONISTS: THE FITZGERALD COLLECTION, 1927.