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Ira and William Glackens papers, circa 1900-1990

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2.1: William Glackens , 1902-1938

Correspondence of William Glackens includes letters from James L. Ford to William Lloyd Garrision and from the Library of Congress, in addition to letters to his wife, Edith, written while on a trip to Paris in 1912 to purchase paintings on behalf of Albert C. Barnes. Barnes' letters to William and Edith are about paintings in the Barnes Collection, the educational plans of his Foundation, and Glackens' work and exhibitions.
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Letters, 1902-1938
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Letters to Edith Glackens, 1912
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Letters from Albert C. Barnes, 1922-1938
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