Size: 10 items.
Summary: Letters, some illustrated, from Frederick Stuart Church to various people, and works of art including a sketch and etchings by Church.
Letters from Church are to Mr. Van Allen, 1898 Oct. 7, regarding a work of art by Church, that he suggested calling Easter Morning; three illustrated letters to Mike Gavin, 1905, in which Church describes himself as a bear and humourosly addresses one letter to Myrtle. Additional letters and works of art, undated, from Church include a note to an unknown recipent, possibly Victor Spark, regarding a female model; a letter to Mr. Putnam regarding Kenyon Cox; an illustrated letter to W.F. Price; a letter to Mr. Hogan regarding an etching that Church made for him; an illustrated note (unknown recipient) in which Church writes "This is a photo of a painting I gave to the Fund for relief of discharged employees of the Stock Exchange" with a photograph enclosed of the painting Mothers Return; and a signed sketch of a tiger by Church.