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Eyre de Lanux papers, 1865-1995

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged as 9 series:

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Series 1: Biographical Information , 1865-1966
10 folders
Box 1

Biographical records include various membership certificates, medical records, travel papers and tickets of Eyre de Lanux and Paolo Casagrande, and a transcript of a psychic reading. Also found is an audio recording concerning Pierre de Lanux. An 1865 Oath of Loyalty of George C. Harris is included; however the connection with Eyre de Lanux is unclear.
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Membership Certificates, 1940s-1966
1
1
Optometrist Prescriptions, 1949-1958
1
2
Souvenirs, circa 1950
1
3
Travel, Papers, 1946-1951
1
4
Travel, Tickets, 1949-1952
1
5
Psychic Transcript, 1948
1
6
Pierre de Lanux, Calling Card, circa 1920s
1
7
"Hommage a Pierre de Lanux", 1961
1 sound tape reel
1
8
Paolo Casagrande, Travel Papers, 1950-1952
1
9
George C. Harris, Oath of Loyalty, 1865
1
10

Series 2: Personal Business Records , 1933-1989
10 folders
Box 1

Personal business records consist of addresses of friends, a calendar, consignment and loan agreements concerning the sale of Eyre's art collection, receipts, rental and lodging forms, stocks, and a copy of a will. Sales arrangements include records from the Betty Parsons Gallery, through which de Lanux sold her personal collection of artwork.
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Addresses and Phone Numbers, circa 1950s-1960s
1
11
Calendar, 1964 Jan-Aug
1
12
Consignment, Sales and Loan Records, 1933-1983
1
13
Receipts, 1950-1963
4 folders
1
14-17
Rental and Lodging Agreements, 1947-1951
1
18
Stock Information, 1965
1
19
Will, 1989
1
20

Series 3: Correspondence , 1924-1992
3 Linear Feet
Boxes 1-4

Correspondence spans the years 1922 until 1995 and includes extensive letters between Eyre and her husband Pierre, her lover Paolo Casagrande, and her daughter Anne Strong (Bikou). Other notable correspondents include Louis Aragon, Natalie Barney, Betsy Fahlman, Consuelo Ford, Alexander Lenard, and Evelyn Wyld. Much of the correspondence is personal in nature, however a folder of correspondence between Eyre and her literary editors is found at the end of the series.
Eyre de Lanux's outgoing correspondence spans 1918 to 1955 and consists mainly of her letters to husband Pierre and lover Paolo Casagrande (probably letters she did not mail.) The most complete is the correspondence between Eyre and Pierre which dates from the beginning of their courtship in New York in 1918 and ends with Pierre s death. Often separated, they were in frequent contact. During the years Pierre worked in Geneva as Director of the Paris Office for the League of Nations, from 1923 to 1933, he wrote to her regularly. Eyre's letters to Pierre include those written during her stay in the United States in 1927-28. These letters offer some of the clearest expressions of her desire to make a living in the field of the decorative arts. Pierre and Eyre's correspondence is written in both French and English.
Scattered letters are from friends and lovers, including poet James Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Archibald MacLeish, lover and design collaborator Evelyn Wyld, lover Natalie Barney, writer and lover Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, and poet and lover Louis Aragon.
Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
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Abbot, Berenice, 1963
1
21
Anscombe, Isabelle, 1981-1989
1
22
Aragon, Louis, 1925
1
23
Arnoldi, Maria Negri, 1949-1976
3 folders
1
24-26
Aslam, Ana, 1963-1988
1
27
A, 1963-1969
1
28
"Baby", 1963, circa 1960s
1
29
Barney, Natalie, 1923-1965
1
30
Bol, Pamela, 1991-1992
1
31
B, 1950-1988
1
32
Casagrande, Maria, circa 1959
1
33
Casagrande, Paolo, 1948-1960
13 folders
1
34-46
Casagrande, Paolo, 1961-1981, circa 1950s-1980s
8 folders
2
1-8
Casagrande, Paolo, 1950-1959
(Eyre to Paolo)
2
9
Casagrande, Paolo, 1951-1954
(Paolo's Personal Correspondence)
2
10
Casagrande Family, 1964
2
11
Ciutat, Luis, 1947-1989
2
12
C, 1920s-1983
2
13
Delmar, Alice, 1950-1981
2
14
Drieu La Rochelle, P., 1927-1933
2
15
D, 1938-1973
2
16
Eyre, Louisa Lear, 1948-1953
2
17
Eyre, Paul (and Melinda), 1961-1989
2
18
Eyre, Richard, 1924-1952
2
19
Eyre, Wilson, 1973
2
20
E, circa 1960s
2
21
Fahlman, Betsy, 1977-1981
2
22
Ford, Consuelo, 1948-1965
2
23
F, 1948-1989
2
24
G, circa 1960s-1980
2
25
Holdsworth, Irene, 1953-1965
2
26
H, circa 1930s
2
27
Ingram, K.E., 1966
2
28
J, 1967-circa 1970s
2
29
Knowlton, John, 1966-1967
2
30
K, 1989
2
31
Lanux, Jeanne de, 1947, 1956
2
32
Lanux, Pierre de, 1915-1950s
7 folders
2
33-39
Lanux, Pierre de, 1918-1949
6 folders
(Eyre to Pierre de Lanux)
3
1-6
Lanux, Pierre de, 1910s
(Personal Correspondence)
3
7
Lenard, Alexander, 1961-1983
2 folders
3
8-9
Leven, Raoul, 1965-1988
3
10
Lissette (no last name), 1948-1978
3
11-12
L, 1953-1989
3
13
McLeish, Archibald, circa 1960s
3
14
Merril, James, circa 1950s
3
15
Michael (no last name), 1960s
3
16
M, 1957-1990
3
17
Norton, Louisa, circa 1940s
3
18
Norton, Richard, 1988
3
19
N, 1963-1989
3
20
P, 1925-1973
3
21
R, 1963-1983
3
22
Strong, Anne "Bikou", 1938-1989
13 folders
3
23-35
Strong, Anne "Bikou", 1950s-1960s
2 folders
(Eyre to Anne Strong)
3
36-37
Strong, Anne "Bikou", 1930s
(Personal Correspondence)
3
38
Strong Family, circa 1940
3
39
S, 1940-1988
4
1
Thomas, Paulette, 1976-1988
4
2
T, 1946-1964
4
3
U, 1947-1960s
4
4
Volka, 1949
4
5
Von Hoershelman, N., 1964-1980
4
6
V, 1949-1989
4
7
Wardle, Mrs. H. Allen, 1983
4
8
Wickes, George, 1973-1975
(Includes draft of Memoir on Natalie Barney)
4
9
Wyld, Evelyn, 1938-1970
4
10
W, 1961-1987
4
11
Y, 1953
4
12
With Editors Concerning Writings, 1954-1992
4
13
Unidentified from Eyre, circa 1940-1960
4
14
Unsigned and Fragments, 1937-1982
4
15

Series 4: Diaries , 1922-1988
3.5 Linear Feet
Boxes 4-7

There are 64 volumes of Eyre de Lanux's diaries dating from 1923 to 1988. There are no diaries for the period 1927 to 1947, with the exception of two small notebooks from 1938 and 1945. The diaries resume regularly in 1948, with Eyre's arrival in Rome, and continue, with multiple volumes for most years, until the late 1980s when her eyesight failed. The handwriting is difficult to read and she moves from one language to another within entries, writing in English, French, and Italian. Eyre de Lanux used her diaries to record her impressions of the world rather than to enumerate daily activities.
The diaries for her early years in Paris, from 1923 to 1926, are immensely detailed, containing verbatim transcriptions of recent conversations. The diaries can also be explicit in describing her encounters with her lovers of the period: Consuelo Urisarri, Natalie Barney, Louis Aragon, and Pierre Drieu La Rochelle. For instance, the 1925 diary (May to June) records a nighttime walk with Louis Aragon through the Park Buttes-Chaumont and the interruption of their kiss by the watchman.
She generally refers to individuals using initials rather than first names. The diaries after 1948 may be characterized as travelogues, as she often began a diary after arriving in a new locale. They contain numerous references to Paolo Casagrande, her lover from 1948. They are filled with notes for stories and sketches of the places they visited: Capri, Ischia, Sicily, Greece, and Morocco. While she traveled, she continued to develop her fresco technique, using her sketches as fresco studies.
In her 1949 journal, she jotted down from memory the advice Brancusi had given her on fresco painting twenty years earlier. He is the only one of her art teachers to appear in her diaries. The diary for March 1961 joyfully announces her discovery of an apartment at The Picasso on E. 58th Street in New York City, where she settled, inaugurating a new life in the United States. Subsequent diaries are filled with observations, notes for stories, and records of her travels to Rome, Bucharest, Paris and Japan. Her 1977 diary contains a chronology of her life which she may have prepared at the request of a dealer.
Diaries are arranged chronologically. Titles of diaries are handwritten by Eyre de Lanux and typically refer to the places in which she travelled during the span covered by the diary.
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Loose Entries, 1922-1923
4
16
Toulon, 1923
4
17
Paris, 1923
(Consuelo Ford, Drieu, Natalie Barney)
4
18
Paris, 1924 January-October
(Drieu, Consuelo Ford, Alperia)
4
19
Paris, 1924 June
4
20
Paris, 1924 September-October
4
21
Paris, 1924 October
(Rue de Vignes)
4
22
Loose Entries, 1924
4
23
Fragments, circa 1924-1925
(The Planet April)
4
24
L.A. (?), 1925 January-July
4
25
Unidentified, 1925 February
4
26
Pardigon (?), 1925 April
4
27
L.A. (?), 1925 May
(Moins Interenat)
4
28
Loose Entries, 1925
(including drawings)
4
29
Paris, 1926
4
30
Thonon, 1926 Summer
4
31
Loose Entries, 1926
4
32
Loose Entries, 1938
4
33
Thonon, 1945
(concerning war)
4
34
Rome, 1948
4
35
Rome, 1949
4
36
Calabria and Sicily, 1949-1950
(includes Louvre sketches)
4
37
Rome, 1950 March-June
4
38
Rome, 1950 June-September
4
39
Fez and Rome, 1950-1951
4
40
Fez, 1951 March
4
41
Rome and New York, 1952
4
42
Rome, New York, and Greece, 1952
4
43
Loose Entries, 1952
4
44
Spain, Fez, circa 1952
(concerning Paolo)
5
1
Venice, 1953-1954
(illness)
5
2
London, 1954
(illness)
5
3
Rome, 1955
5
4
Sicily, 1955 March-June
(Salvador Mundi)
5
5
Rome, 1956 April
5
6
Rome, 1956
5
7
Loose Entries, 1956
5
8
Rome, 1957 April
5
9
Rome, 1957
(tiles and frescoes)
5
10
Rome, 1957
(The Moment of the Forno)
5
11
Rome and Paris, 1958-1959
5
12
Mexico (Durango), 1959
5
13
Paris, 1959 December
5
14
Rome, 1960 March
5
15
New York, Paris, Eze, Bastide, St. Tropez, Rome, 1959-1960
5
16
New York, 1961-1963
(notes)
5
17
Rome, Florence, Naples, 1964-1965
5
18
Rome, 1967
5
19
Rome, 1967
(leaving Paolo)
5
20
Bastide, Pamplona, Rome, Bucarest, Istanbul, Rome, Rome, New York, 1967
5
21
Paris (?), 1967-1969
(includes addresses)
5
22
New York, 1968
(loss of Paolo)
5
23
Beaulieu, Nice, St. Tropez, 1969
6
1
Rome, 1969
6
2
Kyoto, 1969
6
3
Kyoto, Jiriki, 1969
6
4
Hong Kong, Bankok, Bali, 1969
6
5
Kyoto, 1969
6
6
Japan, Bali, 1969
6
7
Paris, 1970-1971
6
8
France, 1971-1972
6
9
France (?), 1967
("identity")
6
10
New York (?), 1974-1975
6
11
New York (?), 1976
6
12
New York (?), 1976-1977
6
13
Paris or New York (?), 1977-1978
6
14
Paris, Italy, Denver, Aspen, Buck's County, 1978
6
15
New York (?), 1978
6
16
New York (?), 1979
6
17
New York (?), 1979-1982
6
18
New York (?), 1980
6
19
New York, 1982
7
1
Loose Pages, 1987-1988
7
2
Loose Pages and Notes, 1967-1982
7
3

Series 5: Writings and Notes , 1917-1995
1.3 Linear Feet
Boxes 7-8

Writings include drafts, copies, and notes for de Lanux's short stories from the 1920s until the 1980s and annotated entries and drafts of her magazine column, Letters to Elizabeth. Also found are Eyre's poems, a note written to Paris, and notes concerning interior decoration. Writings by others include handwritten poems by Ann Lee, travel journals by Paolo Casagrande and Paul Eyre, and a draft of Pierre de Lanux's "Memoires-Jours de Notre Vivre."
Eyre de Lanux's short stories are arranged alphabetically by title and many are undated. Alternative story names are included whenever possible. Writings by others are arranged alphabetically by author.
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Letters to Elizabeth from Town and Country, drafts, circa 1922-1924
7
4
Letters to Elizabeth from Town and Country, annotated selections, circa 1973
7
5
"Akiko", circa 1960
7
6
"Am Idyll Among the Hyccops", circa 1920s
7
7
"Berlin en Deux Temps", 1945 November
7
8
"Bradbury", circa 1970s
7
9
"Caffe Greco", 1948
7
10
"Carnet de Route", circa 1930s
7
11
"Coliseum", circa 1960
7
12
"Consuelo", circa 1930s
(translated into French by Pierre de Lanux)
7
13
"Convorbiri in Bucarest", circa 1960s
7
14
"D is for Death", circa 1930
7
15
"Death of Moham'd" or "D'Fina: Moham'd is Buried", circa 1950
7
16
"Djemaa el Fina" or "Place of Destruction", 1951
7
17
"Ebro", 1938
7
18
"Elections", 1948
7
19
"Enemy", circa 1945
7
20
"Florence", 1967
7
21
"Fortunato-Donkey", 1960s
7
22
"Fortune II", circa 1930
7
23
"Frescoes of Gardner Hale" and "Legende de Saint Julien l'Hospitalier", circa 1960
7
24
"Grannie", circa 1960
7
25
"Guilia", circa 1980
7
26
"His Excellency", circa 1960
7
27
"History Sheet", 1925
7
28
"House in the Medina", circa 1952
7
29
"I Have a Slave", circa 1970
7
30
"I'll Say I'm Lucky", circa 1940
7
31
"Ils Sont Comme Ca.", circa 1950
7
32
"Italian Lesson", circa 1980
2 folders
7
33-34
"La Contessa", 1980s
7
35
"Le Rendez-Vous", circa 1930
7
36
"Lesbia's Sparrow", circa 1960
7
37
"Letter from Normandy", circa 1950
7
38
"Long Way to Wistaria", circa 1950
7
39
"Lucian", circa 1970
7
40
"Mazza-Bou-Bou", circa 1970s
7
41
"Memoir of Natalie Barney", circa 1950
7
42
"Mirror", 1980s
7
43
"Misericordia", circa 1967
7
44
"Monte Gufone", circa 1960
7
45
"My History of Beds", circa 1970
7
46
"Observations of Ciro-Menotti", 1974
7
47
"Oradour-Sur-Giane", 1930s
7
48
"Painted Doors", circa 1922
7
49
"Piazza Bocca di Leone", 1948
7
50
"Piazza Navona", circa 1960
7
51
"Place to Be" or "Room at the Ritz", circa 1930-1950s
2 folders
7
52-53
"Porte d'Entree", circa 1950
7
54
"Poum-Poum-Poum" or "The Complete Story of the Spanish Civil War", circa 1980
7
55
"Priests", circa 1970
7
56
"Putu", circa 1960
7
57
"Roman Stories", circa 1967
2 folders
7
58-59
"S.S. Libertad", circa 1960s
7
60
"Salvator Mundi", circa 1970
7
61
"Small Island", 1970s
2 folders
7
62-63
"Spain", circa 1960
7
64
"Television at the Constant Apple" or "Television Comes to Melaconstanza", circa 1975
7
65-66
"Truelove", circa 1960
2 folders
7
67-68
"Two Pigeons", circa 1960
7
69
"Verb: Apparentir", circa 1970
7
70
"Via Mariodei Fiori", circa 1990
7
71
"Zone of Incertitude", circa 1970-1992
2 folders
7
72-73
Short Stores in Italian, circa 1950s-1960s
8
1
Fragments of Short Stories, 1980s
8
2
Notes Concerning Short Stories, 1989
8
3
Concerning Interior Decoration, circa 1923
8
4
Notebook of Poetry, 1914-1917
8
5
Poems by Eyre de Lanux, 1920-1983
8
6
Poems to Natalie Barney, 1967
8
7
On Eyre Family History, 1900
2 folders
8
8-9
Writings with Sketches, circa 1920s
8
10
Note to Paris, 1930s
8
11
Notes, circa 1920s-1980s
2 folders
8
12-18
By Others
Paolo Casagrande, Travel Journal, 1973
(includes travel souvenirs)
8
19
Antoineta Dias de Moraes, "La Baguette de Caapora", 1964
8
20
Paul Eyre, Travel Journal, 1991-1995
8
21
Betsy Fahlman, "Eyre de Lanux", circa 1980s
8
22
Pierre de Lanux, "Souvenirs" or "Memories-Jours de Notre Vivre", circa 1930-1953
8
23
Pierre de Lanux, "Souvenirs" or "Memories-Jours de Notre Vivre", circa 1930-1953
8
24
Pierre de Lanux, "Souvenirs" or "Memories-Jours de Notre Vivre", circa 1930-1953
8
25
Pierre de Lanux, Notes, circa 1920s
8
26
Ann Lee, Poems, 1917 March
8
27
Donald Richie, "A Want of Trysts", circa 1960
8
28

Series 6: Research Files , circa 1900-1980s
1 Linear Feet
Boxes 8-9

Research files consist of Eyre de Lanux's notes, drafts, photographs, published works, and research correspondence relating to her biography on Tobias Lear, the personal secretary of George Washington and a proposal for a work entitled Illusions of Identity. Other materials include copies of Betsy Fahlman's research on architect Wilson Eyre, de Lanux's uncle. Fahlman's correspondence with de Lanux can be found in the correspondence series and a draft of a biography by Fahlman on Eyre de Lanux is found in writings.
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Lear Biography
Correspondence, 1960s
8
29
Notes, 1940-1980s
7 folders
8
30-36
Lear Biography
Notes, 1940-1980s
9
1
Reproduction of Portrait of Tobias Lear, circa 1920
9
2
Photograph of Lear House, 1965
9
3
On Toussant Louverture, circa 1960s
9
4
On Pauline LeClerc, circa 1960s
9
5
Letters and Reflections of George Washington, by W.K. Bixby, 1905
9
6
New York Public Library Printed Materials, 1945-1965
9
7
Illusions of Identity
Proposal, Notes, and Correspondence, 1974
9
8
On Wilson Eyre, with Betsy Fahlman
Eyre Family History, circa 1960s
2 folders
9
9-10
Letter from Wilson Eyre, circa 1900
(Wilson Eyre's "Curious Scotch Letter")
9
11
Clippings and Articles, 1910-1925
9
12
On Wilson Eyre by Betsy Fahlman and Edward Teitelman, circa 1960s
2 folders
9
13-14

Series 7: Printed Material , circa 1910-1987
0.5 Linear Feet
Boxes 9, 11

Printed material is scattered and includes periodicals including writings by Pierre de Lanux and Eyre de Lanux, one exibition announcement for Eyre's work, reproductions of works of art, blank postcards, and souvenirs presumably gathered from de Lanux's many trips throughout the world.
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The Dial, 1922 January
9
15
The Transatlantic Review, 1924
9
16
European Manifesto, by Pierre de Lanux, 1939, 1943
9
17
Tetes de Pont, by Pierre de Lanux, 1943
9
18
Story, 1943 July-August
(includes "You Can't Know Anything About It" by Eyre de Lanux)
9
19
Periodicals with Writings by Pierre de Lanux, 1954
9
20
La Nouvelle: Nouvelle Revue Francaise, 1955 May 1
9
21
The American Pen, 1974 Fall
9
22
Unknown by Paul Eluard, circa 1920
9
23
UNESCO Publications, circa 1940s
9
24
Histoire Naturelle de la Sexualite, circa 1970
9
25
Articles and Clippings, 1920-1983
11 folders
9
26-36
Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1921-1987
9
37-38
Business and Calling Cards, circa 1910-1950s
9
39
Funeral Announcement, circa 1960s
9
40
List of Paints, 1950s
9
41
Reproductions of Works of Art, circa 1920
(Oversized material housed in Box 11, F1)
9
42
Lottery Tickets, 1944-1954
9
43
Postcards (blank), circa 1920-1960
9
44
Travel Souvenirs, 1949-circa 1969
4 folders
(Includes train time tables, Italian to Greek translator, and maps from Japan, Italy, Greece, and China)
9
45-48
Reproductions of Works of Art, circa 1920
(Oversized material from in Box 9, F42)
11
1

Series 8: Photographs , circa 1870-1973
0.5 Linear Feet
Boxes 10, OVs 18-20

Photographs are of Eyre in her studio and of her family and friends including: Louis Aragon, Natalie Barney, Paolo Casagrande and family, Alice Delmar, Paul Eyre, Consuelo Ford, Pierre de Lanux, Anne Strong, and Evelyn Wyld. Of interest is a photo of Barney's 20 Rue Jacob known as the Temple d'Amitie. Other photos are of buildings, travel, interiors, and works of art. Among the photographs of works of art include two portraits, one of Eyre de Lanux by Romaine Brooks and one of Romaine Brooks by Eyre de Lanux.
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Eyre de Lanux in Her Studio, circa 1949
10
1
Eyre de Lanux, 1949-1978
10
2
Anne Strong (Bikou), 1920s-1930s
10
3
de Lanux Family, 1935-1950
10
4
Paul Eyre, 1970s
10
5
Eyre de Lanux with Lovers and Friends, circa 1938
10
6
Paolo Casagrande with Art, 1950s
10
7
Paolo Casagrande and Family, 1923-1981
(Elisabetta, Francesca, and Bettina)
10
8
Louis Aragon, circa 1925
10
9
Natalie Clifford Barney, circa 1917-1920
10
10
Consuelo Ford, 1924-1969
10
11
Alice Delmar, 1915-1939
10
12
Ann Lee, 1918
10
13
Marie, 1964
10
14
Paola, 1961
10
15
Evelyn Wyld, circa 1938
10
16
Unidentified Woman, circa 1870
10
17
Travel Photos, 1930s-1973
(Spain, Italy, France, Vietnam)
10
18-19
20 Rue Jacob, La Temple d'Amitie, circa 1920
10
20
Painted Doors, circa 1922
10
21
Buildings, circa 1970s
10
22
Interiors, 1913 April
10
23
Works of Art, 1930s-1950s
10
24-27
Works of Art, Frescoes, 1930s
OV18
Works of Art, circa 1930s
OV19
Works of Art, Portraits, 1920s
(Includes photographs of portraits of Eyre de Lanux by Romaine Brooks and of Romaine Brooks by Eyre de Lanux)
OV20

Series 9: Artwork , circa 1920s-circa 1949
0.5 Linear Feet
Boxes 10-11, OVs 12-17

Artwork includes sketches, drawings, prints, and paintings by Eyre de Lanux probably dating from the 1920s to the 1940s. There is a painted sketch concerning interior decoration from circa 1949. Sketches of note include Parisian street scenes, portraits of friends, a design for a perfume advertisement for the fashion house Lucien Lelong, and illustrated notes for Consuelo Ford.
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Drawings for Consuelo, circa 1920s
3 folders
10
28-30
Drawings and Sketches of Parisian Scenes, 1923-1924
10
31-32
Portrait Sketches, circa 1920
10
33
Interior Design Sketches, circa 1949
10
34
Sketches and Drawings, 1920s-1940s
8 folders
10
35-42
Sketches and Drawings, 1920s
3 folders
11
2-4
Drawings and Paintings, circa 1920
3 folders
(3 OV folders)
OV12-14
Drawings and Monoprints, circa 1925
(Includes sketches for fashion houses Lanvin and Lucien Lelong)
OV15
Sketches with Notes, circa 1920
OV16
Sketches and Prints, circa 1920
OV17

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