Size: 0.2 Linear feet, (on partial microfilm reel)
Summary: Primarily letters to Helen Stein from Marsden Hartley, with typed transcriptions and 25 typed pages of anecdotes about Hartley, probably written by Stein. The letters provide intimate information about Hartley's activities, interests, and state of mind for the last 9 years of his life, revealing his thoughts about artists, dealers, artistic styles, critics, and describing his progress in painting and in sales of his paintings. (Included with a letter of September 10, 1939 is a snapshot of Hartley.) Similar information is included in the anecdotes, which recount Hartley's comments on many topics.
There are also catalogs for exhibitions of Hartley's work, a press review, and a letter from Stein to Paul Rosenberg in which she mentions the Hartley letters.