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Doll & Richards records, 1863-1973, bulk 1902-1973

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1.1: Chronological Correspondence, 1863-1972

Significant correspondents include artists John Chetcuti, Robert Freiman, Tod Lindenmuth, William Meyerowitz, Dwight Shepler, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, Stanley Woodward, Andrew Wyeth, and others; Lloyd Goodrich from Whitney Museum of American Art, Azeez Khayat Gallery, Macbeth Galleries, Kleemann Galleries, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. There is one letter from George Inness (1866). Also found among the correspondence is scattered artwork lists, exhibition price lists, and photographs. Items are arranged in chronological order within each folder.
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, undated
1
1
Correspondence, 1863-1900
1
2
Correspondence, 1903-1915
1
3
Correspondence, 1918-1926
1
4
Correspondence, 1927-1928
1
5
Correspondence, 1929-1930
1
6
Correspondence, 1931-1932
1
7
Correspondence, 1933-1934
1
8
Correspondence, 1935-1936
1
9
Correspondence, 1937
1
10
Correspondence, 1938
1
11
Correspondence, 1939
(2 folders)
1
12-13
Correspondence, 1940s
1
14
Correspondence, 1940
(2 folders)
1
15-16
Correspondence, 1941
(2 folders)
1
17-18
Correspondence, 1942
(3 folders)
1
19-21
Correspondence, 1943
(5 folders)
1
22-26
Correspondence, 1944
(8 folders)
1
27-34
Correspondence, 1945
(8 folders)
1
35-42
Correspondence, 1946
(10 folders)
1
43-52
Correspondence, [1947]
1
53
Correspondence, 1947
1
54
Correspondence, 1947
(11 folders)
2
1-11
Correspondence, 1948
(12 folders)
2
12-23
Correspondence, 1949
(11 folders)
2
24-34
Correspondence, 1950
(12 folders)
2
35-46
Correspondence, 1951
(10 folders)
2
47-56
Correspondence, 1952
(2 folders)
2
57-58
Correspondence, 1952
(10 folders)
3
1-10
Correspondence, 1953
(9 folders)
3
11-19
Correspondence, 1954
(11 folders)
3
20-30
Correspondence, 1955
(7 folders)
3
31-37
Correspondence, 1956
(10 folders)
3
38-47
Correspondence, 1957
(10 folders)
3
48-57
Correspondence, [1958]
3
58
Correspondence, 1958
(10 folders)
3
59-68
Correspondence, [1959]
3
69
Correspondence, 1959
(11 folders)
3
70-80
Correspondence, 1959
4
1
Correspondence, 1960
(12 folders)
4
2-13
Correspondence, [1961]
4
14
Correspondence, 1961
(4 folders)
4
15-18
Correspondence, [1962]
4
19
Correspondence, 1962
(10 folders)
4
20-29
Correspondence, [1963]
4
30
Correspondence, 1963
(12 folders)
4
31-42
Correspondence, 1964
(12 folders)
4
43-54
Correspondence, [1965]
4
55
Correspondence, 1965
(12 folders)
4
56-67
Correspondence, [1966]
4
68
Correspondence, 1966
(12 folders)
4
69-80
Correspondence, [1967]
4
81
Correspondence, 1967
(2 folders)
4
82-83
Correspondence, 1967
(10 folders)
5
1-10
Correspondence, 1968
(10 folders)
5
11-20
Correspondence, [1969]
5
21
Correspondence, 1969
(10 folders)
5
22-31
Correspondence, [1970s]
5
32
Correspondence, 1970
(8 folders)
5
33-40
Correspondence, 1971
(5 folders)
5
41-45
Correspondence, 1972
(2 folders)
5
46-47

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