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Forbes Watson papers, 1840-1967, bulk 1900-1960

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged as 11 series:

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Series 1: Biographical Material , 1902-1960
(Box 1; 4 folders)

Biographical material consists of Watson's Harvard diploma, documents concerning his service with the Red Cross in World War II, biographical accounts, and obituaries.
Description Container Select
Harvard Diploma, 1902
1
1
Documents Concerning World War I Service in the Red Cross, 1917-1918
1
2
Biographical Accounts, 1932-1940
1
3
Obituaries for Forbes Watson, 1960
1
4

Series 2: Correspondence , 1913-1960
(Box 1; 34 folders)

The correspondence series contains letters regarding general topics. A notebook contains shorthand drafts of letters from Watson to Concetta Scaravaglione, Eugene Speicher, Margit Varga, and Jane Wasey, among others. Correspondence is primarily with colleagues and includes scattered letters from Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Ira Glackens, Allen Tucker, and Max Weber. There are also scattered letters from Gifford Beal, George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, George Biddle, Isabel Bishop, Stirling Calder, Mabel Choate, Andrew Dasburg, Guy Pene Du Bois, Juliana Force, Albert E. Gallatin, Robert Henri, Edward Hopper, William James, Robert Laurent, Reginald Marsh, Duncan Phillips, Henry Varnum Poor, Henry E. Schnakenberg, Aaron Sopher, Raphael Soyer, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, and Virginia Woolf.
Description Container Select
Shorthand Notebook of Letters from Watson, undated
1
5
Correspondents with Surnames "A" - "C,", undated
1
6
Correspondents with Surnames "D,", undated
1
7
Correspondents with Surnames "H" - "R,", undated
1
8
Correspondents with Surnames "S" - "Z,", undated
1
9
Correspondence, 1913-1924
1
10
Correspondence, 1925
(2 folders)
1
11-12
Correspondence, 1926
(2 folders)
1
13-14
Correspondence, 1927
(2 folders)
1
15-16
Correspondence, 1928
1
17
Correspondence, 1929
(2 folders)
1
18-19
Correspondence, 1930
(2 folders)
1
20-21
Correspondence, 1931
(3 folders)
1
22-24
Correspondence, 1932
1
25
Correspondence, 1933-1935
1
26
Correspondence, 1936-1939
1
27
Correspondence, 1940-1941
1
28
Correspondence, 1942-1946
1
29
Correspondence, 1947
1
30
Correspondence, 1948
1
31
Correspondence, 1949
1
32
Correspondence, 1950-1953
1
33
Correspondence, 1954
(3 folders)
1
34-36
Correspondence, 1955
1
37
Correspondence, 1956-1960
1
38

Series 3: Business Records , 1920-1944
(Box 1-3, 14, 22; 2.0 linear feet)

Found are records relating to Watson's personal business and the Arts Publishing Corporation, in addition to records pertaining to the Art in Federal Buildings, Inc..
The Business Records series is arranged into 3 subseries:
  • Subseries 3.1: Personal Business Records, 1937-1942
  • Subseries 3.2: Arts Publishing Corporation Records, 1920-1932
  • Subseries 3.3: Art in Federal Buildings, Inc.
3.1: Personal Business Records, 1937-1942
Found are tax and stock records.
Description Container
Personal Business, 1937-1942
1
39
3.2: Arts Publishing Corporation Records, 1920-1932
Found are materials concerning Watson's tenure as editor of The Arts magazine, including legal records, corresopndence, financial materials, stockholder reports, printed material, and a scrapbook. Also found are issues of The Arts dating from 1921 until 1931.
Description Container
Contract, 1922
1
40
Correspondence, 1931-1932
(7 folders)
1
41-47
Advertising Costs, 1923-1930
1
48
Subscriptions, 1930-1931
1
49
Stockholders Report, 1929-1930
1
50
Brochures, undated
1
51
Press Releases, undated
1
52
The Arts, 1920-1924
(16 folders)
1
53-68
The Arts, 1924-1928
(18 folders)
2
1-18
The Arts, 1929-1931
(10 folders)
3
1-10
Scrapbook, 1923-1931
14
1
3.3: Art in Federal Buildings, Inc. Records, 1941, 1944
Description Container
Art In Federal Buildings, Inc. , 1941, 1944
22
1

Series 4: U.S. Treasury Department records , 1926-1945
(Boxes 3-6, 14, 17, OV 21; 3.4 linear feet)

This series contains correspondence, financial materials, mural competition files, exhibition files, writings and lists, printed mateirals including exhibition catalogs, and photographs related to Watson's work for the U.S. Treasury Department.
The U.S. Treasury Department records series is arranged into 8 subseries:
  • Subseries 4.1: Correspondence, 1933-1945
  • Subseries 4.2: Business and Financial Records, 1935-1942
  • Subseries 4.3: Mural Competition Files, 1935-1939
  • Subseries 4.4: Exhibition Files, 1942-1945
  • Subseries 4.5: Writings and Lists, 1934-1945
  • Subseries 4.6: Printed Material, 1934-1945
  • Subseries 4.7: Photographs, 1934, undated
  • Subseries 4.8: Scrapbooks, 1944-1945
4.1: Correspondence, 1933-1945
This subseries consists of correspondence between Watson and Edward Bruce, Olin Dows, Henry and Elinor Morgenthau and Edward B. Rowan.
Description Container
Chronological , Undated
3
11
Chronological , 1933-1935
3
12
Chronological , 1936
(3 folders)
3
13-15
Chronological , 1937
(3 folders; Oversized material housed in OV21)
3
16-18
Chronological , 1938
(13 folders)
3
19-31
Chronological , 1939
(10 folders)
3
32-41
Chronological , 1940
(7 folders)
3
42-48
Chronological , 1942
(4 folders)
3
49-52
Chronological , 1942
(7 folders)
3
53-59
Chronological , 1943
(2 folders)
4
1-2
Chronological , 1944
(8 folders)
4
3-10
Chronological , 1945
4
11
Oversized Christmas Card by Peppino Mangravite, 1937
(from Box 3, F18)
OV 21
4.2: Business and Financial Records, 1935-1942
Description Container
Inspection Tour File, 1937
(4 folders)
4
12-15
Financial Summary Reports, 1935-1942
4
16
National competitions Committee Report, 1938
4
17
4.3: Mural Competition Files, 1935-1939
This subseries contains four prospectuses for various mural competitions at post offices throughout the United States sponsored by the U.S. Treasury Department. Another prospectus is for the Forty-Eight State competition.
Description Container
Dubuque, Iowa, 1935
4
18
Summerville, Massachusetts, 1936
4
19
Poughkeepsie, New York, 1937
4
20
Wausau, Wisconsin, 1938
4
21
Forty-Eight State Competition, 1939
4
22
4.4: Exhibition Files, 1942-1945
This subseries consists of correspondence, writings, notes, printed materials, and photographs
4.4.1: "Art for Bonds,", 1942-1945
The "Art for Bonds" exhibition promoted the sale of war bonds during World War II. Found are letters of correspondence, litsts of works of art and of patrons, notes, press releases, writings, and printed materials. Typescripts of Watson's letters to his wife describe his activities in Paris while he organized the "Art for Bonds."
Description Container
Correspondence, 1942
4
23
Correspondence, 1943
(15 folders)
4
24-38
Correspondence, 1944
(2 folders)
4
39-40
Correspondence, 1944
22
2
Correspondence, 1945
4
41-43
From Forbes Watson to Nan Watson, 1945
(3 folders)
(Describes Watson's activities while organizing "Art for Bonds" in Paris, France)
4
44-46
Lists of Works of Art, undated
4
47
Lists of Art Patrons, undated
4
48
Captions, undated
4
49
Notes, undated
4
50
Press Releases, undated
4
51
Lectures, 1943
(2 folders)
4
52-53
"Concerning Life at Camp Barnes in New Caledonia," by Unknown, 1943
4
54
Forward for a Catalog by Elinor B. Morgentuau, undated
4
55
Clippings, 1943-1945
4
56
Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1943
4
57
Programs, 1943
4
58
Posters, undated
(Oversized material housed in OV21)
4
59
Brochure, undated
4
60
Photographs of the Exhibition in Paris, France, 1945
(14 folders)
4
61-74
Oversized Poster, undated
(from Box 4, F59)
OV 21
4.4.2: "Army at War,", 1943-1945
Found are correspondence, a typescript for a radio talk, writings and lectures, reports, printed materials, and photographs. Photographs include those of Henry Morgenthau, Forbes Watson and Eleanor Roosevelt at exhibitions as well as exhibition photographs from New York City, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver.
Description Container
Correspondence, 1944
(Oversized material housed in OV21; 20 folders)
4
75-94
Correspondence, 1945
(8 folders)
4
95-102
Radio Talk Typescript, 1944-1945
(3 folders)
4
103-105
"Our Artists Paint the Army at War,", 1943
5
1
Lecture, Rochester, New York, 1944
5
2
Exhibition Report, 1944-1945
5
3
Writings and Notes, 1944, undated
(7 folders)
5
4-10
Clippings, 1944-1945
(7 folders)
5
11-17
Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1944
(2 folders)
5
18-19
Press Releases, 1944
(2 folders)
5
20-21
Photographs of Exhibitions
Washington, D.C., 1944
(Henry Morgenthau and Forbes Watson, held at National Gallery of Art)
5
22
1944, New York City, New York,
(2 folders)
(Eleanor Roosevelt)
5
23-24
Buffalo, New York, 1944
5
25
Detroit, Michigan, 1944
5
26
Chicago, Illinois, 1944
(2 folders)
5
27-28
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1945
5
29
Portland, Oregon, 1945
5
30
Los Angeles, California, 1945
5
31
Denver, Colorado, 1945
5
32
Negatives of Works of Art, undated
5
33
Oversized Floor Plan for Detroit Exhibition, 1944
(from Box 4, F89)
OV 21
4.4.3: "War Against Japan,", 1944-1945
Found are correspondence, artist biographies, lists and writings, printed material, and photographs of service men, David Finley, Henry Morgenthau, Forbes Watson, and art work.
Description Container
Correspondence, 1945
(6 folders)
5
34-39
Artist Biographies, undated
5
40
Lists of Works of Art, 1944-1945
(2 folders)
5
41-42
Miscellaneous Notes, undated
5
43
"War Against Japan,", undated
5
44
Printed Materials, 1944-1945
5
45
Photographs
Service Men and Artwork, undated
5
46
Washington, D.C., 1945
(David Finley, Henry Morgenthau, and Forbes Watson at the National Gallery of Art)
5
47
Works of Art, undated
5
48
4.5: Wrtitings and Lists, 1934-1945
Found are lists concerning artwork, art patrons, artists, and purchases; transcripts of radio talks by Forbes Watson, Edward Bruce, Mrs. Henry Morgenthau and Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty; typescripts of writings, lectures, and talks, the majority of which do not have specified authors and are undated; and miscellaneous notes.
Description Container
Lists
Mural Painters and Locations, undated
5
49
Lecture Slides, undated
(3 folders)
5
50-52
Works of Art, undated
5
53
Sponsors, undated
5
54
Artists, undated
5
55
Artists' Addresses, 1938, undated
5
56
Artists and Works, 1941
5
57
Works of Art, 1942
(Works purchased by the Office of Emergency Management)
5
58
Publications Concerning Art, 1942
5
59
Notes Concerning Artists War Program in New England, 1943
5
60
Radio Talk, Draft, undated
5
61
Typescripts of Radio Talks and Interviews
Forbes Watson and Edward Bruce, 1934
5
62
Forbes Watson by Mrs. Richard Casey of Australia, 1942
5
63
Forbes Watson by Charles Coiner, 1942
(From Home of the Brave Radio Program)
5
64
Mrs Henry Morgenthau and Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty, 1942
5
65
Lecture Manuscript, undated
5
66
"An American Experiment in Art,", undated
5
67
"American Mural Painting,", undated
5
68
"The Army Artist Unit" and "Art in the U.S.A.,", undated
5
69
"Art in Federal Buildings,", undated
5
70-71
"Art in the Democracy" and "Art in the Storms,", undated
5
72
"Art in War Time" and "Art is a Weapon,", undated
5
73
"The Artist and His People" and "The Artists' War Message,", undated
5
74
"Art Projects of the U.S. Treasury Department,", undated
5
75
"Bridge the Gap,", undated
(for the Colonial Dames)
5
76
"Dignity of Wages," "Educational and Wealth-Producing Advantages of Art in Federal Buildings," and "The Fate of Unheralded Acts,", undated
5
77
"Federal Encouagement and Private Support of Art,", undated
5
78
"Federalizing the American Artist,", undated
5
79
"Five Months of Federal Act,", undated
5
80
"Glycerine Tears," "Government and Art in the United States," and "Edward Laning Drawings,", undated
5
81
Talks, undated
(In Nashville and for National Women's Democratic Club Talk)
5
82
"The National World War Institute," Painting a People's War," "Paintings from the United States," "Paying the Artists' Bills,", undated
5
83
"The People and Their Art,", undated
5
84
"Procurement Architecture,", undated
(3 folders)
(Includes Photographs)
5
85-87
"The Public Works of Art Project: A New Deal for the Artists,", undated
5
88
"The Section of Fine Arts," and "Sergeant Glen Rounds,", undated
5
89
"A Survey Guide Containing Suggestions for a Survey to be Made by Every Branch of the A.W.U.W. for the Purpose of Bringing the Artist and the Community into More Effective Relationship,", undated
5
90
"To Know the Art of Mural Painting in America Everybody Finds it Necessary to Visit the National Capitol," and "The treasury Department Art Projects,", undated
5
91
"Treasury Department Section of Fine Arts 1933-1938," "Uncle Sam the Art Collector," and "The Uses of Art,", undated
5
92
"Visiting Artists Praise Exhibition of Works by Section of Fine Arts," "War Art," and "Washington's New Art,", undated
5
93
"We Did Not Need a Bombing," and Woodstock Talk, undated
5
94
"This About America,", 1934
5
95
"Easel Paintings Supplement Treasury Department Mural Projects,", 1936
5
96
Talks, 1936-1938
(At Howard University and Worcester Museum of Art)
5
97
"Art in Federal Buildings,", 1938
(Talk Delivered at the White House)
5
98
"This Art Belongs to You,", 1938
(2 folders)
5
99-100
Lecture at American Association of University Women, 1939
5
101
"Painting and Sculpture Designed for Federal Buildings,", 1939
(Introduction for Exhibition Catalog)
5
102
"Edward Bruce,", 1940
5
103
Lecture at National Mural Painters Society, 1940
5
104
Phillips Gallery Talk, 1940
5
105
American Institute of Decorators Talk, 1941
5
106
John Herron Institute Talk, 1941
5
107
"Catalogue,", 1942
5
108
"Art in War,", 1942
5
109
"Introduction: Wartime Painting," and "Foreward,", 1944
5
110
"The Function of a War Museum,", 1944-1945
(Richmond Lecture to the Tuckahoe Women's Club)
5
111
"Public Works Art Project," "The Section of Fine Arts," "A Short Account of the Background of the Procurement Division," and "Artists!...Please Note,", undated
(2 folders)
(by Edward Bruce)
5
112-113
"Six Month Study of Art in the United States,", 1940
(by Charlotte R. Partridge)
5
114
Writings on the History of the Section of the Fine Arts, undated
6
1
Notes and Writings, 1936-1943, undated
(2 folders)
6
2-3
4.6: Printed Material, 1926-1944
Found are clippings, copies of The Bulletin, press releases, exhibition catalogs, materials relating to Art Guide, and published works.
Description Container
Clippings, 1926-1939
(4 folders)
6
4-7
The Bulletin, 1935-1940
(5 folders)
6
8-12
Press Releases, 1933-1943
(2 folders)
6
13-14
Exhibition Catalogs
Unidentified, undated
6
15
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, undated
6
16
Mural Designs Executed Under the Federal Works Agency, undated
6
17
Exhibition of Photographs of Murals and Sculpture, undated
6
18
National Exhibition of Art by the Public Works of Art Project, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1934,
6
19
Mural Designers and Sculpture Models by Appointed and Competing Artists Submitted for Federal Buildings Projects,Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1935
6
20
Sculpture and Paintings for Federal Buildings, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1936
6
21
Painting and Sculpture for Federal Buildings, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1936
6
22
Painting and Sculpture Designed for Federal Buildings, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1939
6
23
Mural Designs for Federal Buildings, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa and Whitney Museum of American Art, 1940
(3 folders)
6
24-26
200 American Watercolors, 1941
6
27
An Exhibtion of 200 American Water Colors, National Gallery of Art, 1941
6
28
Two Hundred American Water Colors, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1941
6
29
American Artists' Record of War and Defense, National Gallery of Art, 1942
6
30
The Edward Bruce Memorial Collection, 1943
6
31
Art Guide, 1938
(2 folders)
(Includes a mock-up and copies for the Justice Building and for the Post Office)
6
32-33
Art in Federal Buildings, Volume I: Mural Designs by Edward Bruce and Forbes Watson, 1936
(Oversized material housed in Box 17)
6
34
Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1936-1944, undated
6
35
Oversized Art in Federal Buildings, Volume I: Mural Designs by Edward Bruce and Forbes Watson, 1936
(from Box 6, F34)
17
5
4.7: Photographs, 1934, undated
Found are photographs taken at receptions, radio talks, events, and of murals.
Description Container
Presentation of Painting of National Archives Building by Dorsey Doniphan, undated
6
36
Radio Talk with John Dewey, Robert LaFollette, Jr., and Sumner Welles, undated
6
37
Procurement Division Luncheon, undated
6
38
Department of Justice Reception, undated
6
39
Exhibition at Art Guild of Washington, undated
6
40
Washington Post Office Murals, undated
6
41
Regional Directors and Washington Administrative Staff of Public Works of Art Project, 1934
6
42
Miscellaneous, undated
6
43
4.8: Scrapbooks, 1944-1945
Found is one scrapbook from the "Army at War" exhibition held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Description Container
Scrapbook, 1944-1945
14
2

Series 5: File for Pepsi-Cola Company's Third Annual Exhibition Paintings of the Year , 1946
(Box 6; 5 folders)

This file concerns the Pepsi-Cola Company's Third Annual Exhibition at the National Academy of Design in which Watson was interested after his service in the U. S. Treasury Department. It contains a prospectus, an exhibition catalog and artists' statements.
Description Container Select
Prospectus and Exhibition Catalog, 1946
6
44
Artists' Statements, 1946
(4 folders)
6
45-48

Series 6: Artist/Patron Files , 1840-1967
(Box 6-9, 15, OV 21; 2.8 linear feet)

The Artist/Patron Files contain reference material including notes, typescripts, scattered art work, printed material including exhibition catalogs, and photographs concerning painters, sculptors, photographers, dancers, composers, authors, art collectors, art dealers, and museum administrators. Many files include notable portrait photographs and of artists at work, which are noted at the folder level. A file for Edward Rowan includes a letter from Bruce describing his philosophy regarding the PWAP and the Section of Fine Arts. A file for Constantin Brancusi contains legal documents concerning U. S. Customs vs. Brancusi. A file for John Gadsby Chapman contains a booklet The Picture: Baptism of Pocahontas (1840). Notable photographers includea photograph of Andrew Dasburg by Arnold Genthe, a photograph of Eugene McConn by Man Ray, photographs by Ansel Adams of art work by Maurice Sterne, and photographs of New York City by Charles Sheeler.
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Photographs of Unidentified Individuals, undated
6
49
Art Work by Unidentified Artists, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
6
50
George Aarnes; Alanova, undated
6
51
Washington Allston; Cuno Amiet; Albert André, undated
6
52
Alexander Archipenko, 1920
6
53
Paul Arlt, undated
6
54
Peter Arno with Lupe Velez; Maurice Asselin; Milton Avery, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Milton Avery)
6
55
George and Martin Baer, undated
6
56
Kenneth Bald, undated
6
57
Alfred H. Barr, Jr., undated
6
58
Erwin J. Barrie, undated
6
59
A. S. Baylinson; Gifford Beal, undated
6
60
George Bellows, 1925-1965, undated
(3 folders)
6
61-63
Benjamin Greenstein Benno; Parmello Bianco, undated
6
64
George Biddle; Henry Billings, undated
6
65
Edwin S. Blashfield, undated
6
66
Robert Blum, 1923, undated
(2 folders)
6
67-68
Peter Blume; Ernest Blumenschein, undated
6
69
Simone Brangier Boas, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
6
70
Aaron Bohrod, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
6
71
Louis Bouché, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
6
72
Clare Shenehon Boyd; Fiske Boyd; Thomas Boyd, 1940, undated
6
73
Constantin Brancusi, 1927, undated
(3 folders)
6
74-76
Frank Brangwyn; Georges Braque, John Breeze, 1920-1933, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Frank Brangwyn)
6
77
Edgar Britton, undated
6
78
Manuel Bromberg, undated
(3 folders)
6
79-81
Alexander Brook, 1930-1952, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
6
82
Edward Bruce, 1926-1943, undated
(3 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
6
83-85
Beiamino Bufano; Charles E. Burchfield, 1930, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Beiamino Bufano)
6
86
Henri Burkhard; Edith Woodman Burroughs, undated
6
87
Stirling Calder; William V. Caldwell, undated
6
88
William Calfee; Blendon Campbell; Georges Capon, undated
6
89
Mary Cassatt, 1935, undated
(2 folders)
6
90-91
Marc Chagall; Robert Winthrop Chanler, undated
6
92
John Gadsby Chapman; William Merritt Chase, 1840-1879, undated
6
93
Clarence K. Chatterton, 1931, undated
6
94
Carlos Chavez; Russell Cheney; Nicholas Cikovsky, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Carlos Chavez)
6
95
Glenn O. Coleman, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 21;
Includes portrait photograph)
6
96
Alfred Quentin Collins, undated
6
97
Howard Cook, 1937-1960, undated
(4 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
(Includes portrait photograph)
7
1-4
J. Halley Cox, undated
7
5
Kenyon Cox, undated
7
6
Alfred DiGiorgio Crimi, 1928-1962, undated
7
7
John Steuart Curry, undated
7
8
James D'Agostino, undated
7
9
Andrew Dasburg, undated
7
10
Randall Davey; Jo Davidson, undated
7
11
Arthur B. Davies, 1897-1967, undated
(4 folders)
7
12-15
Gladys Rockmore Davis, undated
7
16
Richard Davis, undated
7
17
Stuart Davis; Roger de La Fresnaye; Charles Demuth, undated
7
18
André Derain, undated
7
19
Gleb Derujinsky; André Dunoyer de Segonzac, undated
7
20
Maurice de Vlaminck; Henri de Waroquier; Thomas Dewing; Preston Dickinson, undated
7
21
Arthur G. Dove, 1930-1967, undated
(2 folders)
7
22-23
Olin Dows, 1936-1946, undated
(4 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
24-27
William F. Draper, undated
7
28
Elsie Driggs; Guy Pene Du Bois; Charles Dufresne; Raoul Dufy, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Guy Pene Du Bois)
7
29
Frank D. Duncan, undated
7
30
Thomas C. Dunn, undated
7
31
Joseph Albert Duveen, 1961, undated
7
32
Elizabeth Boott Duveneck; Frank Duveneck, undated
7
33
Thomas Eakins, 1929, undated
7
34
Stuart Edie, undated
7
35
Paul R. Ellsworth; Max Ernst; Stephen Etnier, undated
7
36
A. Favori; John Duncan Ferguson, undated
7
37
Hamilton Easter Field, undated
7
38
Mitchell Fields, undated
7
39
Ernest Fiene, 1927, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
7
40
James Montgomery Flagg; John Bernard Flannagan; J. L. Forain, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of James Montgomery Flagg)
7
41
Juliana Force, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
42
David Fredenthal, 1942-1944, undated
(2 folders)
7
43-44
Karl Free, undated
7
45
Daniel Chester French; E. Othon Friesz, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Daniel Chester French)
7
46
Ted R. Gamble, undated
7
47
Emil Ganso; Edith Geiger, undated
7
48
William J. Glackens, 1920-1949
(5 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
49-53
Albert Gleizes; Charles Goeller, undated
7
54
E. Gondouin; Xavier Gonzales, undated
7
55
A. Conger Goodyear; Mordecai Gorelik, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
56
Harry Gottlieb, undated
7
57
Martha Graham, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
7
58
Dorothea Greenbaum; M. Gromaire; William Gropper, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
7
59
Chaim Gross; Edwin Booth Grossman; A Guillaumin, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
7
60
Paul Haakon; Robert Hallowell; Hamilton Hamilton, undated
7
61
George M. Harding, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
62
Marie Harriman; George "Pop" Hart, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
7
63
Marsden Hartley, undated
7
64
Rosella Hartman; Leon Hart, undated
7
65
Herbert Haseltine, undated
7
66
Charles Hawthorn; Milton Hebald, undated
7
67
Robert Henri, undated
7
68
John Holmer, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 21)
7
69
Winslow Homer, undated
7
70
Charles Hopkinson, undated
7
71
Edward Hopper, 1924, undated
(4 folders)
7
72-75
Doris Humphrey, undated
7
76
Sidney Hunt, 1923-1927
7
77
Harry Jackson; G. W. James, III; Roland G. James, undated
7
78
Mitchell Jamieson, 1942-1954, undated
7
79
Richard Jansen, undated
7
80
C. Paul Jennewein; George Jensen, undated
7
81
Avery Johnson; Erle Loran Johnson, undated
7
82
Joseph Jones, 1938, undated
7
83
Robert Edmond Jones, 1932, undated
7
84
Charles Kaeselau; John Kane, undated
7
85
Morris Kantor, undated
7
86
Bernard Karfiol, undated
7
87
Georges Kars, undated
7
88
Rockwell Kent, 1933, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
7
89
Fiske Kimball; M. Kisling, undated
7
90
Georgina Klitgaard, undated
7
91
George Kratina; John F. Kraushaar, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
7
92
Henry Kreis, undated
(2 folders)
7
93-94
Harald Kreutzberg, undated
7
95
Leon Kroll, undated
7
96
Max Kuehne, 1944, undated
7
97
Walt Kuhn, undated
7
98
Yasuo Kuniyoshi, 1941, undated
7
99
Gaston Lachaise; John LaFarge; Richard Lahey, undated
7
100
Pierre LaPrade; Robert Laurent, undated
7
101
Tom Lea; Henri Lebasque, undated
7
102
Arthur Lee; Doris Lee; Jules Lefebvre, undated
7
103
Fernand Leger; Henri Le Sidaner, undated
7
104
Jack Levine, undated
7
105
André Lhote; William Littlefield, undated
7
106
Ward Lockwood; Frank Long, 1947, undated
7
107
Carlos Lopez, undated
(2 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
108-109
Robert Lotiron, undated
7
110
Folder Title, undated
7
Sherman C. Loudermilk, undated
(2 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
111-112
Maximilian Luce, undated
7
113
George Luks, undated
(2 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
7
114-115
Jean Lurcot; Gwen Lux, undated
7
116
Stewart S. MacDermott; Artistide Maillol, undated
7
117
Peppino Mangravite, undated
7
118
Paul Manship, 1933-1959, undated
(4 folders)
7
119-122
Jean Marchand; L. Marcoussis, undated
7
123
Berta Margoulies; Albert Marquet; Fred Dana Marsh, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
7
124
Reginald Marsh, undated
(2 folders)
7
125-126
Fletcher Martin; Milton Marx, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Milton Marx)
7
127
Henri Matisse, 1932, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
7
128
Donald Mattison, undated
7
129
Henry E. Mattson, undated
7
130
Milton Max, undated
7
131
Eugene McConn Photographed by Man Ray, 1922
7
132
John R. McDermott, undated
7
133
Henry Lee McFee; Kindred McLeary, undated
7
134
William McVey, undated
7
135
Frank Mechan, undated
8
1
Barse Miller, undated
8
2
Edgar Miller; Henry Miller, 1943, undated
8
3
Kenneth Hayes Miller, 1953, undated
8
4
Edward Millman, 1944-1964, undated
(3 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
5-7
Amedeo Modigliani; Ross Moffett; Herman More; Marcel Mouillot, undated
8
8
William Sidney Mount; Albert K. Murray, Jerome Myers, undated
8
9
Frank Osborn, 1926
8
10
William C. Palmer, undated
8
11
Jules Pascin, undated
8
12
James Peale; Waldo Peirce, 1935, undated
8
13
Charles Hovey Pepper; Pablo Picasso; Attilio Piccirilli, undated
8
14
Horace Pippin; Camille Pissarro, 1940, undated
8
15
Ogden Pleissner, 1944, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
16
Joseph Pollet, undated
8
17
Henry Varnum Poor, undated
(6 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
18-23
Hiram Powers, 1847, undated
(2 folders)
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
24-25
Maurice Prendergast, 1930-1955
(2 folders)
8
26-27
Edmund Quinn, undated
8
28
Savo Radulovic; Ellen Emmet Rand, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Savo Radulovic)
8
29
Edward Reep; Frank K. Rehn; Théophile Robert, undated
(Includes portrait photograph of Frank Rehn)
8
30
Boardman Robinson, undated
(3 folders)
8
31-33
Theodore Robinson; Auguste Rodin; Paul Rohland, undated
8
34
Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1941, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
35
Doris Rosenthal; Georges Rouault; Glen H. Rounds, undated
8
36
Albert P. Ryder, undated
8
37
Antonio Salemme; George Samerjan, undated
8
38
Paul Sample; John Singer Sargent, undated
8
39
Eugene Francis Savage, undated
8
40
Bruce Wilder Saville, undated
8
41
Concetta Scaravaglione, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
42
Katherine Schmidt; Carl Schmitz, undated
8
43
Henry E. Schnakenberg, undated
8
44
James W. Seese; Charles Shannon, undated
8
45
Charles Sheeler, 1923, undated
(4 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
46-49
Dwight C. Shepler, 1945, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
50
Symeon Shimin; Paul Signac; Lucien Simon, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 21)
8
51
Sidney Simon, 1945-1966, undated
(3 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
52-54
John Sloan; Lawrence Beall Smith, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph of John Sloan)
8
55
Samuel D. Smith, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
56
Aaron Sopher, 1940-1957, undated
(2 folders)
8
57-58
Eugene Speicher, undated
8
59
Francis Speight; Niles Spencer, undated
8
60
Robert Spencer, Ralph Stackpole, Théophile Steinlen, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph of Ralph Stackpole)
8
61
Joseph Stella, undated
8
62
Maurice Sterne, undated
(3 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
8
63-65
Alfred Stieglitz, 1946, undated
8
66
Josef Stransky; Henry Strater, undated
8
67
Sara Mildred Strauss, undated
8
68
Dudley V. Talcott; Chuzo Tamotzu, undated
8
69
Frederic Taubes; Pavel Tchelitchew; Harry F. Tepker, undated
8
70
Elizabeth Terrell; F. C. Trucksess, undated
8
71
Harry S Truman, undated
(Includes portrait photograph)
8
72
Allen Tucker, 1928-1946, undated
(4 folders)
8
73-76
Buk Ulreich, undated
8
77
Leon Underwood, undated
8
78
Maurice Utrillo, undated
8
79
Kees Van Dongen; Dorothy Varian; Henri Verge-Sarrat, undated
8
80
Frede Jensen Vidar, undated
(3 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
81-83
Rudof C. Von Ripper, 1944, undated
(2 folders;
Includes portrait photograph)
8
84-85
Horatio Walker, undated
8
86
Abraham Walkowitz; Heinz Warneke, 1916, undated
8
87
Nan Watson, 1915-1960, undated
(12 folders)
8
88-99
Max Weber, 1969, undated
(2 folders)
9
1-2
Adolph Weinman, undated
9
3
Elmer Wexler, undated
9
4
Vera White; Frederic Allen Whiting, undated
9
5
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney; Isabel Whitney, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 15)
9
6
Mildred Williams; Andrew Winter, undated
9
7
John Kellogg Woodruff; Harold Holmes Wrenn, undated
9
8
Mahonri Young, undated
9
9
William Zorach, 1940, undated
(2 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 15;
Includes portrait photograph)
9
10-11
Oversized Oil Painting by Unidentified Artist, undated,
(from Box 6, Folder 50)
15
1
Oversized Photographs of Aaron Bohrod and His Work, undated,
(from Box 6, Folder 70)
15
2
Oversized Photographs of Art Work by Howard Cook, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 4)
15
3
Oversized Photograph of Juliana Force, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 42)
15
3
Oversized Photographs of Art Work by Mordecai Gorelik, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 56)
15
4
Oversized Photograph of Art Work by William Gropper, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 59)
15
4
Oversized Photograph of Art Work by Edwin Booth Grossman, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 60)
15
4
Oversized Photograph of Art Work by George Harding, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 62)
15
5
Oversized Lithograph by George "Pop" Hart, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 63)
15
5
Oversized Photographs of Art Work by George Kratina, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 92)
15
5
Oversized Photograph of Art Work by Fred Dana Marsh, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 124)
15
6
Oversized Photographs of John Sloan, undated,
(from Box 8, Folder 55)
15
6
Oversized Photograph of Ralph Stackpole, undated,
(from Box 8, Folder 61)
15
6
Oversized Photographs of Art Work by Maurice Sterne, undated,
(from Box 8, Folder 65)
15
7
Oversized Photograph of Art Work by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, undated,
(from Box 9, Folder 6)
15
7
Oversized Photograph of William Zorach, undated,
(from Box 9, Folder 11)
15
7
Oversized Lithograph by Glenn O. Coleman, undated,
(from Box 6, Folder 95)
OV 21
Oversized Photographs of Art Work by John Holmer, undated,
(from Box 7, Folder 69)
OV 21
Oversized Drawing by Symeon Shimin, undated,
(from Box 8, Folder 51)
OV 21

Series 7: Art and Architecture File , 1929-1930
(Box 9; 35 folders)

The Art and Architecture File consists of reference files of photographs and notes concerning miscellaneous unattributed art works, American architecture, and furnishings.
Description Container Select
Folk Art Sculpture
(2 folders)
9
12-13
Miscellaneous Sculpture, undated
9
14
Portrait Paintings of Women, undated
9
15
Portrait Paintings of Men, undated
9
16
Paintings of Children and Families, undated
(2 folders)
9
17-18
Miscellaneous Marine Paintings, undated
9
19
Paintings of Landscapes and Still Life Images, undated
9
20
Buildings in California, undated
9
21
Addison Gallery of Art, Andover, Massachusetts, undated
9
22
Buildings in New York City, 1929, undated
(7 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 16)
9
23-29
Art Work from the Brooklyn-Paramount Theatre, Brooklyn, New York, undated
9
30
Buildings in New York State, 1930, undated
(3 folders)
9
31-33
Buildings in Washington, D.C., undated
(2 folders)
9
34-35
Miscellaneous Buildings, undated
9
36
Historic Interiors at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, undated
(5 folders)
9
37-41
Historic Interiors at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, undated
9
42
Miscellaneous Historic Interiors, undated
9
43
Miscellaneous Furnishings, undated
(2 folders)
9
44-45
Miscellaneous Art Work, undated
9
46
Oversized Photograph of Façade of the U. S. Assay Office at Metropolitan Museum of Art, undated,
(from Box 9, Folder 23)
16
1

Series 8: Notes and Writings , 1875-1950
(Box 9-10, 22; 1.2 linear feet)

Notes and writings consist of miscellaneous notes and typescripts of lectures and published articles not directly related to Watson's work for the U. S. Treasury Department. There is also a set of notebook pages containing a list of articles, miscellaneous notes and typescripts.
Description Container Select
Notebook Pages, 1940-1946
(9 folders)
9
47-55
Notebook Pages, undated
22
3
Lists, 1929-1930, undated
9
56
Manuscript Fragments, undated
9
57
Typescript Fragments, undated
9
58
Typescript Fragments, undated
22
4
Typescript "1913-1923" Concerning the Armory Show, undated
9
59
Radio Talk Typescripts Ghost-Written by Forbes Watson for Others, undated
9
60
Typescripts of Lectures 3-5, undated
9
61
"The American Artist's Opportunity,", undated
9
62
Speech Delivered to American Society of Painters, Gravers, and Sculptors, undated
9
63
Art Students League Lecture No. 1, undated
9
64
Lecture for Cedar Rapids, undated
9
65
Lecture on Prints for Cleveland, undated
9
66
Columbia Lecture No. 2, undated
9
67
Whitney Museum of American Art Talks, undated
9
68
"The Accepted Thing, the New Vision, a Curious Animosity, the Enemies of Art,", undated
9
69
"The Aftermath of Modernism,", undated
9
70
"Art in the New America,", undated
9
71
"The Background of Present-Day Painting, undated
(2 folders)
9
72-73
"Evasion and Stylization,", undated
9
74
"Cezanne,", undated
9
75
"Chinese", undated
22
5
"Civilized Contemporary Painting,", undated
9
76
"Communism's Gift to the United States,", undated
9
77
"Contemporary Portraits,", undated
9
78
"The Cost of a Painting,", undated
9
79
"Eighteenth Century Europe,", undated
(2 folders)
9
80-81
Concerning Exhibition of American Art, undated
9
82
"Exhibitions Coming and Going,", undated
9
83
"Flemish, Dutch, and Spanish Art,", undated
(2 folders)
9
84-85
"Free Exhibitions,", undated
9
86
"From Walk-Up to the Land,", undated
9
87
"Gothic,", undated
9
88
"Gothic", undated
22
6
"Greek Art,", undated
(2 folders)
9
89-90
"The Home Product,", undated
9
91
"How the Artist Feels about It,", undated
9
92
"Hustling 'Em Off the Stage,", undated
9
93
"In at the Birth,", undated
9
94
Concerning Independents, undated
9
95
"Is There an American Art?,", undated
9
96
"The Material Uses of the Fake,", undated
9
97
"Henri Matisse", undated
9
98
"Modern Trends in Art,", undated
9
99
"National Character in American Art,", undated
9
100
"Opportunities in the Arts,", undated
9
101
"Parisian Taste in America,", undated
9
102
"The Power of Modesty,", undated
9
103
"Regionalism,", undated
9
104
"Religion in Art,", undated
9
105
"Renaissance (Early)", undated
22
7
"Renaissance 2,", undated
9
106
"The Role of the Subject in Painting,", undated
9
107
"Roman and Byzantine Art,", undated
9
108
"The Significance of Modern Painting,", undated
9
109
"Social Consciousness Returns to Art,", undated
9
110
Concerning Maurice Sterne, undated
9
111
"Twenty-Five Years Ago,", undated
9
112
"Two Realities,", undated
9
113
"Uncommissioned Portraits,", undated
9
114
"The Word Modern,", undated
9
115
"The World of Art,", undated
9
116
"Lectures Held at Art Students League of New York,", 1924
9
117
Concerning Early American Murals, 1926
9
118
"The Root of Art,", 1929
9
119
"The Blessings of the Crash,", 1929-1930
9
120
Concerning the Society of Independent Artists, Inc., 1931
9
121
"Miss Lizzie Bliss,", 1931
9
122
"Whitney Museum Talk,", 1931
9
123
Concerning Exhibition of Society of Independent Artists, Inc., 1932
9
124
"Dali and Rockwell,", 1933
9
125
Typescript Fragment, 1934
9
126
"The American Scene,", 1934
9
127
"The People and Their Art,", 1935
10
1
"Egyptian Art,", 1936
10
2
"The Fate of Unheralded Acts,", 1936
10
3
Art Teachers' Lecture at Howard University, 1936
10
4
"Bibliography of American Painting,", 1937
10
5
"The Pattern of Our Period,", 1937
(3 folders)
10
6-8
"What With One Fair and Another,", 1939
10
9
Report "Community Arts Program,", 1939
10
10
"God Bless America,", 1940
10
11
"Serious Joys,", 1940
10
12
Lecture at Art Students League, 1940
10
13
Lecture for Washington Dance Association at the Phillips Gallery, 1940
10
14
"The Benefit of Great Art,", 1941
10
15
Book Review of Winslow Homer by Lloyd Goodrich, 1944
10
16
"Interview with Colonel Kemper at the Pentagon,", 1944
10
17
"George Bellows: the Boy Wonder of American Painting,", 1945
10
18
Radio Talk by Forbes Watson and Nancy Osgood, 1945
10
19
"Museum Public Relations,", 1946
10
20
"Incidents - No. 2,", 1946
10
21
"The Artist's Position in the Community,", 1946
10
22
"Art Lectures,", 1946
10
23
"The Picture That Mr. Widener Liked,", 1947
10
24
Art Students League Talks 2, 3, 5, and 6 Concerning 19th Century American Painting, 1947
(4 folders)
10
25-28
"Kuniyoshi,", 1948
10
29
"Painters, Sculptors, and Public,", 1949
10
30
Art Students League Talk No. 1 "Popes, Princes, and Public,", 1949
10
31
Art Students League Talk No. 2 "Feathers and Wings,", 1949
10
32
Art Students League Talk (No. 2) "El Greco, Velasquez, and Goya,", 1949
10
33
Art Students League Talk No. 3 "Portraits Commissioned and Uncommissioned,", 1949
(2 folders)
10
34-35
Art Students League Talk No. 4 "The Artist's Education, Etc.,", 1949
10
36
Art Students League Talk No. 5 "The Museum and the Artist,", 1949
10
37
Art Students League Talk No. 6 "The Achievement of Two Ladies,", 1949
(2 folders)
10
38-39
Art Students League Talk No. 7 "The Army and Art,", 1949
10
40
Art Students League Talk (No. 7) "What the Public Buys,", 1949
10
41
Art Students League Talk No. 9 "Art on the Wall?Master or Servant?,", 1949
(2 folders)
10
42-43
Art Students League Talk No. 10 "Publicity, the Modern Monster,", 1949
10
44
"American Painting 1750 to 1950,", 1950
10
45
Metropolitan Museum Talks 1, 2, and 3 "Twentieth Century American Painting,", 1950
(8 folders)
10
46-53
"Part II (Reminiscences)" by Unidentified Author, undated
10
54
"Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and Its Tributaries?" by J. W. Powell, 1875
10
55
"Sculpture and Americans" by Robert Cronbach, undated
10
56
"The Expositions in Paris" by Marc Debrol, undated
10
57
"Louis David: His Modern Appeal" by Alys M. Decker, undated
10
58
"The Third Dimension in Painting" by E. Dickson, undated
10
59
"Federal Character in Architecture" by Charles Goodman, undated
10
60
"Awards of the Mighty" by Guido, undated
10
61
"New Painters of sentiment and Mystery" by Henry Russell Hitchcock, Jr., undated
10
62
"A Note on H. E. Schnakenbert" by Mildred Palmer, undated
10
63
"Modernism in the Midwest" by Sam Putnam, undated
10
64
"Head in Natural Maine boulder," "In Affection," "Mother and Child," "The Reclining Cat," and "The Spirit of the Dance," by William Zorach, undated
10
65
"Random Notes" Possibly by Allen Tucker or Marget Sargent, 1926
10
66
"Zapotec Urns" by E. P. Richardson, 1930
10
67
"Notes on the Whitney Museum of American Art" by Eleanor Lambert, 1930-1931
10
68
"Do We Need A Museum of Modern Art?" by Unidentified Author, 1931
10
69
"Exhibition of Newer Super-Realism at the Morgan Memorial" by A. Everett Austin, Jr., 1931
10
70
"The Modern Artist and the Modern World" by Frank Callcott, 1931
10
71

Series 9: Scrapbooks , 1904-1951
(Box 9, 11, 14, BV 18-20; 1.8 linear feet)

Nine scrapbooks and loose scrapbook pages primarily contain miscellaneous clippings, and exhibition announcements and catalogs. The Whitney Studio Club Scrapbook contains clippings, exhibition announcements, catalogs, annotations about sales of art work, and a list of exhibitions during the 1928-1930 seasons. Scrapbook 4 contains clippings of Watson's articles for The Evening Post and Scrapbook 7 contains clippings of Watson's articles for The World newspaper.
Description Container Select
Whitney Studio Club Scrapbook, 1924-1930
10
72
Scrapbook Pages, 1913-1951
(4 folders)
10
73-76
Scrapbook 1, 1904-1943
11
1
Scrapbook 2, 1912-1915
11
2
Scrapbook 3, 1913-1916
11
3
Scrapbook 5, 1922-1929
11
4
Scrapbook Pages, 1936-1937
11
5
Scrapbook 8, 1928-1929
14
3
Scrapbook 4, 1915-1933
BV 18
Scrapbook 6, 1923-1925
BV 19
Scrapbook 7, 1925-1927
BV 20

Series 10: Printed Material , 1900-1961
(Box 10, 12-13, 16-17, 22; 1.5 linear feet)

Printed material consists of clippings, including copies of the Hue and Cry newspaper, exhibition announcements and catalogs, press releases, calendars of events, brochures for the Art Students League, book catalogs, books The Art Spirit by Robert Henri, and Art Treasures and Intrigue by James Henry Duveen, and miscellaneous printed material.
Description Container Select
Clippings, undated
(2 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 16)
10
77-78
Clippings, 1900-1908
(3 folders)
10
79-81
Clippings, 1914-1918
(2 folders)
10
82
Clippings, 1922-1929
(5 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 16)
10
84-88
Clippings, 1930-1939
(7 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 16)
10
89-95
Clippings, 1940-1949
(4 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 16)
10
96-99
Clippings, 1950-1953
(5 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 17)
10
100-104
Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1921-1949, undated
(7 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 17)
12
1-7
Prospectus from MacDowell Club of New York, 1914
12
8
Prospectus for Competitive Print Exhibition at Print Club of Cleveland, 1930
12
9
Press Releases, 1930-1950
12
10
Calendars of Events, 1934-1945
12
11
Annual Report of the Worcester Art Museum, 1934
12
12
Brochures for the Art Students League, 1921-1924
12
13
Book Catalogs, 1940-1942
12
14
The Art Spirit by Robert Henri, 1930
12
15
Art Treasures and Intrigue by James Henry Duveen, 1935
13
1
Advancing American Art with Text by Hugo Weisgall, 1947
13
2
Galley Proof Sheets for Miscellaneous Publications, undated
13
3
Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1938-1961, undated
13
4
Miscellaneous Printed Material, undated
22
8
Oversized Clippings, undated,
from Box 10, Folder 78
16
2
Oversized Issues of the Hue and Cry Newspaper, 1929,
from Box 10, Folder 88
16
3
Oversized Clippings, 1939,
from Box 10, Folder 95
16
4
Oversized Clippings, 1940,
from Box 10, Folder 96
16
4
Oversized Clippings, 1941,
from Box 10, Folder 97
16
4
Oversized Clippings, 1942,
from Box 10, Folder 98
16
4
Oversized Clippings, 1943-1945,
from Box 10, Folder 98
16
5
Oversized Clippings, 1946-1947,
from Box 10, Folder 99
16
6
Oversized Clippings, 1948-1949,
from Box 10, Folder 99
16
7
Oversized Clippings, 1950,
from Box 10, Folder 100
17
1
Oversized Clippings, 1951,
from Box 10, Folder 100
17
2
Oversized Clippings, 1952,
from Box 10, Folder 103
17
3
Oversized Exhibition Catalog for Whitney Studio Galleries, 1930,
from Box 12, Folder 4
17
4

Series 11: Photographs , 1900-1950
(Box 13, 22; .4 Linear Feet)

Photographs are of Forbes Watson, family members including his wife, painter Nan Watson, members of the Art Students League including Peggy Bacon, Minna Citron, Paul Juley, Stewart Klonis, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and Reginald Marsh. There are also photographs of juries for the Carnegie Institute International Exhibitions that include colleagues Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Gifford Beal, Guy Pene DuBois, Leon Kroll, Henri Matisse, Homer Saint-Gaudens, and Maurice Sterne. Also included are photographs of monuments and works of art.
Description Container Select
Forbes Watson, 1900-1950, undated
(3 folders)
13
5-7
Watson with Family and Friends, 1900-1950, undated
13
8
Watson at Art Students League, undated
13
9
Art Juries for Carnegie Institute International Exhibitions, 1929-1934, undated
13
10
Artwork by George Biddle, undated
22
9
Washington D.C. Monuments, circa 1920s-1930s
22
10
Artworks by Various Artists, circa 1920s-1940s
22
11-14

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