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Subseries 9.1 | A Finding Aid to the Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, 1904-1978, bulk 1913-1974 | Digitized Collection

Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, 1904-1978, bulk 1913-1974

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9.1: Correspondence, 1925-1949, undated

De Hauke & Co., Inc., kept extensive correspondence files that were broken down into major groupings similar to those of Jacques Seligmann & Co. There are seven separate sections to this subseries. Bernheim-Jeune Correspondence (Series 9.1.1) includes letters, contracts, and business transactions between de Hauke & Co. and Bernheim-Jeune, a leading European modern art dealer in the period between the wars. The two largest sections of this subseries, Domestic Correspondence (Series 9.1.2) and Foreign Correspondence (Series 9.1.3) reflect the efforts of de Hauke to cultivate and maintain international associates and clients. Museum Correspondence (Series 9.1.4) includes correspondence with art institutions and museums. Correspondence between staff of de Hauke & Co. and staff of Jacques Seligmann & Co. can be found in Inter-Office Correspondence (Series 9.1.5) and Jacques Seligmann & Co. (Series 9.1.6). Correspondence with art magazines and publishers of de Hauke & Co. exhibition announcements and advertisements can be found in Publicity (Series 9.1.7)
9.1.1:Bernheim-Jeune Correspondence, 1926-1930, undated
This subseries consists mainly of typewritten letters with occasional attachments, announcements and invitations, and cablegrams. Correspondence is in French, but the content of the letters appears to reflect the ongoing art dealing transactions between Bernheim-Jeune and de Hauke & Co. Researchers may find particularly interesting a contract that details the 1926 arrangement between de Hauke & Co. and Bernheim-Jeune that entitled de Hauke to serve as its exclusive representative in the United States and Canada. The material is arranged chronologically.
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Correspondence, 1926
382
1
Correspondence, 1927 January-June
382
2
Correspondence, 1927 July-December
382
3
Correspondence, 1928-1930
382
4
9.1.2:Domestic Correspondence, 1926-1931, undated
This subseries section includes handwritten and typewritten letters, with occasional attachments and cablegrams, with American clients about works of art, exhibitions, and related art matters.
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Adee, George Townsend, 1928
382
5
Ainslie Galleries, 1929
382
6
Aldis, Arthur T., 1927-1929
382
7
Alexander, H. S., 1928-1929
382
8
Alexander, Mary L., 1930
382
9
Allen, W. G. Russell, 1927-1930
382
10
Alliance Française de New York, 1927-1929
382
11
Almco Galleries (Art Lamp Manufacturing Co.), 1926-1927, undated
382
12
American Art Association, 1926-1930, undated
382
13
American Railway Express Co., 1927-1930
382
14
American Type Founders Co., 1927
382
15
Amirall, Raymond F., 1926-1927, undated
382
16
Anderson, Karl, 1928-1930
382
17
Anderson, Mrs. W. J., 1929-1930
382
18
Arden Studios, 1929
382
19
Arensberg, Walter, 1929-1930
382
20
Armour, Allison, II, 1928-1930
382
21
Art Center, 1926-1928
382
22
Art in Industry
, 1927, undated
382
23
Arts and Crafts Club (New Orleans, La.), 1927
382
24
Arts Council of the City of New York, 1927-1929
382
25
Ary, Jean d' (see d'Ary, Jean)
382
Miscellaneous A, 1926-1930, undated
382
26
Bakwin, Dr. and Mrs. Harry, 1929
383
1
Balay, Roland, 1928-1929
383
2
Balzac Galleries, 1929-1930
383
3
Barney, A. H., 1928-1929
383
4
Barney, James W., 1927-1930
383
5
Bartlett, Frederic Clay, 1927-1930
383
6
Beaux, Ernesta, 1927
383
7
Bernays, Edward L., 1926, undated
383
8
Bernays, Edward L., 1927-1930
383
9
Biddle, George, 1927
383
10
Bing, Alexander M., 1927-1930
383
11
Bliss, Mrs. C. N., Jr., 1928-1930
383
12
Bliss, Lillie P. (Lizzie P.), 1926-1930
383
13
Blum, Albert, 1926
383
14
Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1926-1928
383
15
Bonner, Paul Hyde, 1927-1929
383
16
Booth, George, 1926-1928
383
17
Bourdelle, Pierre, 1926-1930
383
18
Brainos, Mrs. M., 1927-1928
383
19
Braun, John F., circa 1926-1927
383
20
Braxton, Harry, 1930
383
21
Brewster, Walter S., 1927-1930
383
22
Brixey, Richard D., 1927-1930
383
23
Brokaw, Clare Boothe (Mrs. George T.), 1927-1930
383
24
Brown, John Nicholas, 1926-1930
383
25
Bruce, David K. E., 1927-1930
383
26
Brummer Gallery, Inc., 1929-1930
383
27
Brunswig, Lucien and Marguerite, 1930
383
28
Bryson, Mr. and Mrs. F. G., 1927-1928
383
29
Bullowa, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. M., 1926
383
30
Miscellaneous B: Ba-Bl, 1926-1930, undated
383
31
Miscellaneous B: Bo-Bu, 1926-1930, undated
383
32
Capehart, Bernard, 1927-1928
384
1
Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. John Alden, 1927-1929
384
2
Central Bureau for Registered Addresses, 1926-1930
384
3
Chadbourne, Emily Crane, 1927-1930
384
4
Chandler, Mrs. Porter R., 1928-1930
384
5
Chase, Fielding (Mrs. J. B.), 1927-1928, undated
384
6
Cheney, Ward, 1926-1930
384
7
Clark, Mrs. D. Crawford, 1927
384
8
Clark, Stephen C., 1926-1930
384
9
Clarke, Pierce, 1927-1928
384
10
Coburn, Mrs. Lewis L., 1926-1930
384
11
Cochran, Gifford, 1928-1929
384
12
Codyre, Patrick, 1930
384
13
Coe, Ralph M., 1926-1929
384
14
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique ("The French Line"), 1927-1930
384
15
Consulat Général de France, 1926-1927
384
16
Crane, Josephine B. (Mrs. W. Murray), 1926-1930
384
17
Cross, John, 1926-1927
384
18
Crowinshield, Frank, 1926-1930
384
19
Miscellaneous C, 1926-1930, undated
384
20
Dalton, Henry G., 1928-1929
384
21
d'Ary, Jean, 1927-1930
384
22
Davis, Howland, 1927
384
23
Deeter, Paxton, 1930
384
24
Delano, William A., 1927-1930
384
25
de Monvel, Bernard Boutet, 1926-1927
384
26
Demotte, Inc., 1929-1930
384
27
de Vaulchier, Simon, 1927-1930
384
28
Dewitt Clinton High School, 1929-1930
384
29
Display Stage Lighting Co., 1927
384
30
Downtown Gallery, 1927-1930
384
31
Dows, Olin, 1927-1929
385
1
Draper, Muriel, 1929-1930
385
2
Dunbar, Mrs. John, 1927-1929
385
3
Durand-Ruel, Inc., 1929-1930
385
4
Miscellaneous D, 1926-1930, undated
385
5
Eccles, Dr. George W., 1928-1930
385
6
Miscellaneous E, 1926-1930, undated
385
7
Fisher, Elizabeth, 1928
385
8
Franchi Printing Co., 1927-1928
385
9
Frankl Galleries, 1926-1927
385
10
Fraser, Charles L., 1927
385
11
Frederick, Leopold, 1926-1927
385
12
Frick Art Reference Library, 1927-1930
385
13
Fry, John Hemming, 1926-1927
385
14
Miscellaneous F, 1926-1930, undated
385
15
Gage Gallery, 1927-1929
385
16
Gage, George E. (see Gage Gallery)
385
Galerie Beaux-Arts, 1930
385
17
Gallatin, Albert E., 1927-1930
385
18
Genthe, Dr. Arnold, 1926-1929
385
19
Ginn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H., 1926-1929
385
20
Goldsmith, Morton, 1929-1930
385
21
Goodwin, Phillip L., 1926-1930
385
22
Goodyear, A. Conger, 1926-1930
385
23
Gotham Glass Co., 1926-1927
385
24
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 1926-1927
385
25
Greening, W. S., 1927-1929
385
26
Guetta, René, 1926-1927
385
27
Guggenheim, S. R., 1930
385
28
Miscellaneous G, 1926-1941
385
29
Hale Desk Co., 1926-1929
386
1
Hamershlag, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J., 1930
386
2
Hare & Coolidge, 1927-1928, undated
386
3
Harriman, Marie (Mrs. William Averell), 1926-1930
386
4
Harrison, William Preston, 1927-1930
386
5
Haupt, Erik G., 1926-1930
386
6
Havermeyer, Mrs. Horace O., 1927-1928
386
7
Haven, Mrs. J. W., 1927-1929
386
8
Henry Gallery, University of Washington, 1927-1928
386
9
Henry Reinhardt & Son (Reinhardt Galleries), 1928-1930
386
10
Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. J. W., 1930
386
11
Hirschland, Dr. F. H., 1927-1929
386
12
Hochschild, Mrs. Walther, 1929-1930
386
13
Hodges, Mrs. Glenn, 1926-1928
386
14
Hofer, Mrs. Charles F., 1926-1927
386
15
Hofer, Philip, 1927-1930
386
16
Holabird, John A., 1928-1929
386
17
Holl, George E., 1926-1927
386
18
Holmes Protective Co., 1926-1930, undated
not scanned
386
19
Holston, William H., 1928-1930
386
20
Hooven Letters, 1928-1930, undated
386
21
Horter, Earl, 1927-1930
386
22
Hoyt, Charles B., 1928-1930
386
23
Hudson, Elizabeth, 1927-1928
386
24
Huntington, Margaret W., 1928, undated
386
25
Miscellaneous H, 1926-1930, undated
386
26
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1929-1930
386
27
Insurance Company of North America, 1940
386
28
Miscellaneous I, 1926-1929
386
29
J. G. Valiant Co., 1927-1928
386
30
J. Merritt Malloney's Gallery, 1928-1929
386
31
Jennings, Oliver B., 1930
386
32
Jewett, Rutger Bleeker, 1927-1928
386
33
Johnson, Chester H., 1926-1928
386
34
Jordan Marsh Co., 1928, undated
386
35
Miscellaneous J, 1926-1930
386
36
Kaufmann, Edgar J., 1928-1929
387
1
Kerrigan, Mrs. J. J., 1928-1930
387
2
King, Ethel (see Russell, Mrs. Charles H., Jr.)
387
King, Mrs. Frederic Rhinelander, 1928-1929
387
3
Knight Electric Co., 1928
387
4
Kraushaar, C. W., 1928-1929
387
5
Miscellaneous K, 1926-1930
387
6
L. Alavoine & Co., 1928-1930
387
7
Labaudt, Lucien, 1930
387
8
Lamb, Cathbert (Mrs. William F.), 1927-1929
387
9
Lamb, Paul, 1929-1930
387
10
Lane, James, 1926-1930
387
11
Lee, Mrs. Charles T., 1929
387
12
Levy, Edgar A., 1927
387
13
Levy, Harriet L., 1927-1930
387
14
Lewisohn, Adolph and Samuel A., 1926-1930
387
15
Lichtenstein, Mrs. Harry, 1928-1930
387
16
Liebman, Mrs. Charles J., 1926-1930
387
17
Lord & Taylor, 1926
387
18
Lorillard, Pierre, 1928-1930
387
19
Lovet-Lorski, Boris, 1927, undated
387
20
Miscellaneous L, 1926-1930
387
21
M. Knoedler & Co., Inc., 1928-1930
387
22
Martin, Mrs. George A., 1929-1930
387
23
Mason, Stevens T., 1928
387
24
McCall, Ted C., 1926-1927
387
25
McClees Galleries, 1930
387
26
McKean, Mrs. Q. A. Shaw, 1929-1930, undated
387
27
McKnight, Mrs. William F., 1928-1929
387
28
Meindl, Konrad, 1927-1928
387
29
Metcalf, Thomas, 1926-1930
387
30
Millet, Mrs. Stephen, 1926-1929
387
31
Moffet, Douglas, 1927-1929
387
32
Monvel, Bernard Boutet de (see de Monvel, Bernard Boutet)
387
Morton, Joseph S., 1926-1927
388
1
Muller, Burton, 1928-1930
388
2
Murphy, Mrs. J. B., 1928-1929
388
3
Miscellaneous M, 1926-1930
388
4
Netcher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N., 1927-1930
388
5
New York Public Library, 1928-1930
388
6
New York Telephone Company, 1926-1930
388
7
New York University, 1926-1930
388
8
Miscellaneous N, 1926-1930
388
9
Oakland Art Gallery, 1930
388
10
O'Brien, Mrs. Edmond, 1926-1927
388
11
Osborne, Sidney, 1928-1930
388
12
Miscellaneous O, 1926-1930
388
13
P. E. Guerin, 1926-1927
388
14
Pach, Walter, 1926-1927
388
15
Paine, Robert Treat, II, 1927-1930
388
16
Parker, Mrs. Inez E., 1928-1930
388
17
Parsons, Mary, 1929-1930
388
18
Pascin, Jules, 1927-1928
388
19
Pepper, Charles H., 1930, undated
388
20
Pepper, Stephen C., 1929-1930
388
21
Phillips, Duncan and Phillips Memorial Gallery, 1926-1927
388
22
Phillips, Duncan and Phillips Memorial Gallery, 1928-1930
388
23
Pollack, Mrs. Fan, 1926-1927
388
24
Porter, Mr. and Mrs. George F., 1926
388
25
Print Club of Philadelphia, 1930
388
26
Miscellaneous P, 1926-1930
388
27
Miscellaneous Q, 1930
388
28
R. H. Macy & Co., 1927
389
1
Redmond, Mrs. H. S., 1927-1928
389
2
Redmond, Mr. and Mrs. J. L., 1926-1929
389
3
Reinhardt Galleries (see Henry Reinhardt & Son)
389
Remington Rand International, 1926-1930
not scanned
389
4
Richards, Charles R., 1926-1927
389
5
Robineau, Adelaide A., 1926-1927
389
6
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1929-1930
389
7
Rose, Mrs. A. L., 1928-1929
389
8
Rose & Paskus, 1926-1930
389
9
Rothbart, Albert, 1926-1930
389
10
Russell, Mrs. Charles H., Jr. (née Ethel King), 1927-1930
389
11
Ryerson, Martin A., 1927-1929
389
12
Miscellaneous R, 1926-1928, undated
389
13
Sachs, Mrs. Arthur, 1926-1929
389
14
Sachs, Howard, 1927-1930
389
15
Sachs, Maurice, 1929-1930
389
16
Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E., 1926-1929
389
17
Saklatwalla, B. D., 1928-1930
389
18
Saks & Co., 1926-1929
389
19
Salinger, Jehanne Biétry, 1929-1930
389
20
Satyr Book Shop, 1926-1927
389
21
Scheyer, Galka E. (see Oakland Art Gallery)
389
Schwartz, Morton L., 1928-1929
389
22
Schwarzenbach, Mrs. Robert, 1929
389
23
Scott, Stevenson, 1927
389
24
Seeley, Mrs. S. Ward, 1927-1928
389
25
Seligmann, René, 1928-1930
389
26
Seydel, L. Victor, 1927
389
27
Sheridan, J. M., 1930
389
28
Signer, Marjorie, 1928-1929
389
29
Sinsheimer, Alexander L., 1927-1930
390
1
Slade, George T., 1926
390
2
Spaulding, John T., 1926-1930
390
3
Speiser & Speiser, 1927-1930
390
4
Springer, Nelson Junius, 1927-1928
390
5
Springfield Printing and Binding Co., 1930
390
6
Stein, Charles F., Jr., 1929
390
7
Stern, Mrs. Benjamin, 1927-1931, undated
390
8
Stillman, C. C., 1926
390
9
Stone, Maurice L., 1926-1930
390
10
Sturges, Dorothy, 1927-1930
390
11
Stursberg, Mrs. William, 1926
390
12
Miscellaneous S, Sa-Sp, 1926-1930
390
13
Miscellaneous S, St, 1926-1930
390
14
Telling, Elisabeth, 1928-1929, undated
390
15
Town Hall Club, 1930
390
16
Trimble, J. H., 1927
390
17
Turner, Francis M., Jr., 1928
390
18
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr., 1926-1930
390
19
Miscellaneous T, 1926-1930
390
20
Miscellaneous U, 1926-1930
390
21
Valentine Gallery, 1927-1929
390
22
Van Beuren, M. M., 1927
390
23
Van Gerbig, Mrs. Earend, 1926-1927
390
24
Vaulchier, Simon de (see de Vaulchier, Simon)
390
Miscellaneous V, 1926-1930
390
25
Warren, Mrs. James C., 1928-1929
390
26
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. James Sibley, 1926-1929
390
27
Weeks, Carl, 1926-1930
390
28
Weil, Milton, 1930
390
29
Weir, Dorothy, 1926-1927
390
30
Wetmore, Edith, 1926-1930
390
31
Weyhe, E., 1927-1930
391
1
White, Lawrence Grant, 1927-1930
391
2
White, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S., III, 1928-1930
391
3
Wiborg, Mary Hoyt, 1927-1930
391
4
Wildenstein & Co., 1927-1929
391
5
William Macbeth, Inc., 1928-1929
391
6
Williams, Lewis B., 1927-1929
391
7
Winston, Norman K., 1927-1929
391
8
Winthrop, Grenville L., 1927-1930
391
9
Wolf, Hamilton A., 1927-1930
391
10
Wolfe, W. Béran, 1928-1929, undated
391
11
Woollcott, Alexander, 1929
391
12
Worcester, Charles H., 1928-1930
391
13
Wright, Thomas B., 1928-1930
391
14
Miscellaneous W, 1926-1930
391
15
Miscellaneous Y, 1928-1929, undated
391
16
Zabel, Morton Dauwen, 1928-1930
391
17
9.1.3:Foreign Correspondence, 1925-1940, undated
This subseries section includes handwritten and typewritten letters, with occasional attachments and cablegrams, with European clients about works of art, exhibitions, and related art matters.
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Anet, Claude, 1926-1930
391
18
Aron, Jean, 1926-1929, undated
391
19
Art et Décoration (see Editions Albert Lévy)
391
Arthur Tooth & Sons, Ltd., 1928-1930
391
20
Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1929-1930
391
21
Asselin, Maurice, 1926-1928
391
22
Association Française d'Expansion et d'Exchanges Artistiques, 1925-1930
391
23
Avila, 1926-1930
391
24
Miscellaneous A, 1926-1930, undated
391
25
Barbizon House, 1928
391
26
Bassiano, Princesse, 1928-1930
391
27
Baudoin, Henri, 1929-1930
391
28
Beauregard, Comte Max de, 1926-1927, undated
391
29
Beauvais, 1929
391
30
Bellier, Alphonse, 1926-1930
391
31
Bénard, Georges, 1928-1930
391
32
Bernard, Joseph, 1926-1928
391
33
Bernheim, Georges, 1927-1930
392
1
Besson, Georges, 1930
392
2
Bignou, Etienne, 1927-1930
392
3
Bilis, Marc, 1929
392
4
Bing & Grondahls, 1926-1927
392
5
Blot, Jacques, 1928-1930
392
6
Blumenthal, Florence (Mrs. George), 1926
392
7
Bonfils, Robert, 1927
392
8
Bonger, André, 1928-1930
392
9
Bonnard, Pierre, 1926-1930
392
10
Botte, Paul, 1930
392
11
Bouche, Georges, 1926-1927
392
12
Brame, Hector and Paul, 1929-1930
392
13
Brandt, Edgar (see Maison Brandt)
392
Brooks, Alder, 1929-1930
392
14
Bureau International des Arts Français, 1928-1929
392
15
Burie, André, 1926-1927
392
16
Miscellaneous B, 1926-1940
392
17
Les Cadres
, 1930
392
18
Carlu, Jean, 1930
392
19
Cartier, Inc., 1928
392
20
Casalis, Dr. H. A., 1928
392
21
Cassirer, Paul, 1929-1930
392
22
Cayeux, Robert, 1927-1930
392
23
Ceria, Edmond, 1927-1928
392
24
Cézanne, Mme. Paul, 1930
392
25
Chadourne, Paul, 1928-1930
392
26
Chapius, Charles and Marcel Coince, 1929-1930
392
27
Chassé, Charles, 1929
392
28
Chouanard, Emile, 1926
392
29
Christie, Manson & Woods, Ltd. (Christie's), 1927-1929
392
30
Churchill, Lord Ivor Spencer, 1929-1930
392
31
Cléret, A., 1928
392
32
Coquiot, Mauricia-Gustave, 1928
392
33
Cornille & Cie, 1926-1928
392
34
Cournault, Etienne, 1929-1930, undated
392
35
Courtin, Georges, 1927
392
36
Cros, Jean, 1926
392
37
Miscellaneous C, 1926-1930
392
38
Danthon, G. (see Galerie Haussman)
393
Decoeur, Emile, 1926
393
1
Decorchmont, F., 1926
393
2
de Félice, Mlle., 1927-1930
393
3
de Frenne, Ernest, 1928
393
4
de la Faille, J. B., 1927-1930
393
5
de Miré, Georges, 1930, undated
393
6
Dilly, A. C., 1926-1928
393
7
Documents, 1929-1930
393
8
Donop de Mouchy, le Baron, 1928-1929
393
9
Draeger Frères, 1926-1930
393
10
Drian, H., 1926-1927
393
11
Dufrenoy, 1927
393
12
Dunand, Jean, 1926-1927
393
13
Dunoyer de Segonzac, André, 1926-1930
393
14
Duval, Mme. Raoul (née Renée Vautier), 1926-1929
393
15
Miscellaneous D, 1926-1930, undated
393
16
Editions Albert Lévy, 1926-1928
393
17
Editions Cahiers d'Art, 1928-1930
393
18
Editions des Quatre Chemins, 1929-1930
393
19
Effort Moderne, 1930
393
20
Einstein, Carl, 1929-1930
393
21
Exposition Permanente des Oeuvres de R. Lalique, 1926
393
22
Miscellaneous E, 1928-1930
393
23
Faille, J. B., de la (see de la Faille, J. B.)
393
Félice, Mlle., de (see de Félice, Mlle.)
393
Fénéon, Felix, 1927-1930
393
24
Flechtheim, Alfred, 1927-1930
393
25
Frenne, Ernest de (see de Frenne, Ernest)
393
Fried, A., 1929, undated
393
26
Miscellaneous F, 1926-1930
393
27
Galerie A. G. Fabre, 1928-1929
393
28
Galerie Barbazanges, 1927-1929
393
29
Galerie Bernier, 1928-1930
393
30
Galerie Caspari, 1929-1930
393
31
Galerie Colette Weil, 1927-1928
393
32
Galerie d'Art Contemporain, 1927-1929
393
33
Galerie d'Art du Montparnasse, 1928-1929
393
34
Galerie Dru, 1927-1930, undated
393
35
Galeries Druet, 1927-1930
393
36
Galerie Edgar Brandt (see Maison Brandt)
393
Galerie Haussmann, 1926-1930
394
1
Galerie Hebrard, 1926-1929
394
2
Galerie Granoff, 1927-1929
394
3
Galerie Marcel Bernheim, 1926-1930
394
4
Galerie Matthiesen, 1927-1929
394
5
Galerie Percier, 1926-1930
394
6
Galerie Pierre, 1927-1930
394
7
Galerie Sèvres, 1930
394
8
Galerie Simon, 1928-1930
394
9
Galerie Van Leer, 1927, undated
394
10
Galerie Vignon, 1930
394
11
Galerie Vildrac, 1928
394
12
Galerie Zak, 1927-1929, undated
394
13
Galerien Thannhauser, 1927-1930
394
14
Gauthier, R., 1928-1930
394
15
Giafferri, Paul Louis de, 1928-1929
394
16
Girard, Charles, 1926-1929
394
17
Gold, Alfred, 1928-1930
394
18
Gordon, Jan, 1929
394
19
Grassoreille, Mlle. H., 1929-1930
394
20
Gronkawski, Camille, 1926-1930
394
21
Grosvallet, Edouard, 1928-1930
394
22
Groult, Nicole, 1926, undated
394
23
Guérin, M. and Mme. Eugène, 1929-1930
394
24
Guillaume, Paul, 1928-1930
394
25
Guiot, Marcel, 1925-1928, undated
394
26
Gumsaragan, T., 1927-1928
394
27
Miscellaneous G, 1926-1940, undated
394
28
Halicka, Alice, 1929, undated
394
29
Hayden, Henri, 1927-1928
394
30
Heniot, Enrique L., 1929-1930
395
1
Hessel, Joseph, 1926-1930
395
2
Hodebert (see Galerie Barbazanges)
395
Horizons de France, 1930
395
3
Houbre, Robert, 1929
395
4
Miscellaneous H, 1927-1930
395
5
Imprimerie Crété (see
Revue de la Femme)
395
Independent Gallery (see Turner, Percy M.)
395
Iser, 1927
395
6
Miscellaneous I, 1930
395
7
Jester, Ralph, 1927
395
8
Joyant, 1930
395
9
Jumel, Lily, 1926-1930
395
10
Miscellaneous J, 1926-1930
395
11
Kann, Alphonse, 1930
395
12
Kapferer, Marcel, 1928-1930
395
13
Kelekian, Dikran Khan, 1929-1930
395
14
Keller, René (see Galerie Barbazanges)
395
Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1929
395
15
Klostermann, Paul, 1930
395
16
Miscellaneous K, 1926-1930
395
17
Lacroix, Boris Jean, 1929
395
18
Lair Dubreuil, F., 1928-1930
395
19
Lalique (see Exposition Permanente des Oeuvres de R. Lalique)
395
Lauzerte, Raymond, 1926-1929
395
20
Lebel, Robert, 1929
395
21
Ledoux, Picard, 1926
395
22
Le Garrec, Maurice, 1925-1928
395
23
Léger, Fernand, 1930
395
24
Legrain, Pierre, 1926-1927
395
25
Legrain, Pierre, 1928-1930
395
26
Leicester Galleries (Ernest Brown & Phillips), 1926-1930
395
27
Lemare, Paul, 1926-1927
395
28
Lerolle, Guillaume, 1927, undated
396
1
Le Service Typographique (see
Horizons de France)
396
Lévy, Albert (see
Editions Albert Lévy)
396
Lévy, Gaston, 1930
396
2
Librairie de France, 1928-1930
396
3
Librairie Jean Schemit, 1929
396
4
Librairie Larousse, 1927-1930
396
5
Librairies Flammarion, 1929-1930
396
6
Linossier, Claudius, 1926-1927
396
7
Lurçat, Jean, 1927-1929, undated
396
8
Miscellaneous L, 1926-1930
396
9
M. Goldschmidt & Co., 1930, undated
396
10
Mainssieux, L., 1927-1928
396
11
Maisch, H. D., 1926
396
12
Maison Brandt, 1925-1927
396
13
Maison Linet, 1928-1930
396
14
Mans, Emile, 1928-1930
396
15
Marcoussis, Louis, 1927-1930
396
16
Mare, André, 1927
396
17
Marinot, Maurice, 1926-1929
396
18
Marseille, León, 1927-1929
396
19
Marx, Claude Roger, 1927-1930
396
20
Maugham, Mrs. Somerset, 1928
396
21
Mayodon, Jean, 1926-1927, undated
396
22
Medgyes, Ladislas, 1927-1928, undated
396
23
Megret, L., 1926-1929
396
24
Metthey, M. and Mme. J., 1926-1928
396
25
Meysonnier, Jean, 1927-1928
396
26
Michaux, Robert, 1928-1929
396
27
Miré, Georges de (see de Miré, Georges)
396
Mirtil, Adrien, 1926, undated
396
28
Modigliani, Mme. M., 1929
396
29
Mokady, 1930
396
30
Moline, L., 1929, undated
396
31
Molle, le Commandant, 1927-1928
396
32
Monnier, Marie, 1926
396
33
Musée de Grenoble, 1930
396
34
Musée du Luxembourg, 1927-1930
396
35
Musée Rodin, 1926
396
36
Miscellaneous M, 1926-1930, undated
396
37
Neuchèze, le Comte F. de, 1926-1929
396
38
Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, 1927
396
39
Nouvel Essor, 1926-1930
396
40
Miscellaneous N, 1927-1930
396
41
Ochsé, F., 1930
396
42
Miscellaneous O, 1926-1930
396
43
Pach, Walter, 1928-1930
397
1
Pacquet, Henri, 1928, undated
397
2
Papeterie du Panthéon, 1927
397
3
Paquereau, Paul, 1928-1929
397
4
Parent, Armand, 1926-1929
397
5
Perls, Hugo, 1927-1930
397
6
Perrot, 1929-1930
397
7
Pfannstiel, Arthur, 1929-1930
397
8
Pissarro, L. R., 1926-1930
397
9
Portique
, 1928-1930
397
10
Poschinger, L. von (see von Poschinger, L.)
397
Postes, Télégraphes, Téléphones, Bureau de Paris, 1927-1930
397
11
Pridonoff, 1929
397
12
Puiforcat, Jean E., 1926-1928
397
13
Miscellaneous P, 1926-1930
397
14
Quatre Chemins (see Editions des Quatre Chemins)
397
Randeynes & Fils, 1930
397
15
Raphael, Mme. France, 1926-1927
397
16
Raynal, Maurice, 1930
397
17
Reber, Dr. G. F., 1929-1930
397
18
Redon, Arï, 1926-1929
397
19
Renaissance de L'Art, 1926-1930
397
20
Revue de la Femme, 1927-1928
397
21
Ritter, Charles, 1928-1929
397
22
Riviere, Georges, 1926
397
23
Roberts, Marie, 1928
397
24
Roche, Serge, 1929-1930
397
25
Rodrigues-Henriques, Jacques, 1928-1929
397
26
Rosenberg, Léonce (see Effort Moderne)
397
Rosenberg, Paul, 1929
397
27
Rosenthal, Léon, 1926-1928
397
28
Rotil, J., 1928-1929
397
29
Rouard, 1926-1927
397
30
Roussel, Ker-Xavier, 1926-1930
397
31
Rouvier, Jean, 1928
397
32
Ruaud, Paul, 1928-1929
397
33
Ruhlmann & Laurent, 1926-1930
397
34
Miscellaneous R, 1926-1930, undated
397
35
Sagot, Edmond (see Le Garrec, Maurice)
398
Sauvage, P., 1926-1929
398
1
Scheiwiller, Giovanni, 1930
398
2
Schneeli, Gustave, 1927-1928, undated
398
3
Service Typographique (see
Horizons de France)
398
Signac, Paul, 1929
398
4
Silberberg, Max, 1930
398
5
Slubicki, J., 1926-1928
398
6
Sotheby & Co., 1929
398
7
Staatlichen Kunstsamlungen in Weimar, 1928
398
8
Star, 1929
398
9
Stoll, Adolphe, 1926-1930
398
10
Strauss, Jules, 1928-1930
398
11
Studio, 1929-1930
398
12
Survage, Léopold, 1927-1930
398
13
Syndicat de la Propriété Artistique, 1926
398
14
Miscellaneous S, 1926-1930
398
15
Terrisse, A., 1928
398
16
Thomsen, René Charles, 1927-1930, undated
398
17
Tooth & Sons, Ltd. (see Arthur Tooth & Sons, Ltd.)
398
Tullat, R., 1926
398
18
Turner, Percy M., 1927 January-1928 May
398
19
Turner, Percy M., 1928 June-1930 November
398
20
Miscellaneous T, 1926-1930
398
21
Vallotton, Paul, 1928-1930
398
22
Van Dongen, K., 1926-1929
398
23
Vaudoyer, Georges, 1930
398
24
Vaultier, Réne (see Duval, Mme. Raoul)
398
Vauxcelles, Louis, 1928-1930
398
25
Venturi, Lionello, 1930
398
26
Verdiere, Adrien and Marie, 1929
398
27
Viau, Dr., 1929-1930
398
28
Vidal, Elie, 1928
398
29
Vollard, Ambroise, 1926-1930
398
30
von Poschinger, L., 1929-1930
398
31
Miscellaneous V, 1926-1930, undated
398
32
Wilm, Hubert, 1930
398
33
Wormser, André, 1930
398
34
Wydrga, B., 1927
398
35
Miscellaneous W, 1927-1930, undated
398
36
Yvangot, 1929
398
37
Zervos, Christian (see
Editions Cahiers d'Art)
398
Miscellaneous Y-Z, 1926-1928
398
38
9.1.4:Museum Correspondence, 1926-1949
DescriptionContainer
Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Museum of Art, 1927
399
1
Boston, Massachusetts, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1926-1929
399
2
Brooklyn, New York, Brooklyn Museum, 1927-1930
399
3
Brunswick, Maine, Bowdoin Museum of Fine Arts, 1927
399
4
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Byrn Mawr College, 1926-1927
399
5
Buffalo, New York, Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, 1927-1930
399
6
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1929-1930
399
7
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 1926-1930
399
8
Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1926-1927
399
9
Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1928-1929
399
10
Chicago, Illinois, Art Institute of Chicago, 1930
399
11
Chicago, Illinois, Arts Club of Chicago, 1927-1930
399
12
Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1927-1930
399
13
Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1926-1928
399
14
Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1929-1930, undated
399
15
Denver, Colorado, Denver Art Museum, 1927
400
1
Detroit, Michigan, Detroit Institute of Arts, 1926-1930, undated
400
2
Detroit, Michigan, Society of Arts and Crafts, 1926
400
3
Detroit, Michigan, Society of Arts and Crafts, 1927-1930
400
4
Hartford, Connecticut, Wadsworth Atheneum, 1928-1930
400
5
Kansas City, Missouri, William Rockhill Nelson Trust, 1927-1929
400
6
Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art, 1927
400
7
Madison, Wisconsin, Madison Art Association, 1929-1930
400
8
Madison, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Union (see Madison, Wisconsin, Madison Art Association)
400
Merion, Pennsylvania, Barnes Foundation, 1927-1929
400
9
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Layton School of Art, 1927
400
10
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Art Institute, 1927-1930
400
11
Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1926-1930
400
12
Montclair, New Jersey, Montclair Art Museum, 1930
400
13
Muskegon, Michigan, Hackley Gallery of Fine Arts, 1928
400
14
Newark, New Jersey, Newark Museum Association, 1927-1929
400
15
New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Art Gallery, 1926-1927
400
16
New Orleans, Louisiana, Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, 1927-1929
400
17
New York, New York, Museum of French Art, French Institute in the United States, 1926-1928
400
18
New York, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1926-1930
400
19
New York, New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1929-1930
400
20
Northampton, Massachusetts, Smith College, Museum of Art, 1926-1929
401
1
Omaha, Nebraska, Art Institute of Omaha, 1928
401
2
Ottawa, Canada, National Museum of Ottawa, 1928
401
3
Pasadena, California, Pasadena Art Institute, 1927-1928
401
4
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1927
401
5
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Museum of Art, 1927-1930
401
6
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Institute, 1927-1930, undated
401
7
Portland, Oregon Portland Art Association, 1927-1929
401
8
Poughkeepsie, New York, Vassar College, Art Gallery, 1926-1927
401
9
Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University, 1926-1928
401
10
Providence, Rhode Island, Rhode Island School of Design, 1930
401
11
Reading, Pennsylvania, Reading Art Museum, 1927-1928
401
12
Richmond, Indiana, Art Association of Richmond, 1927
401
13
Rochester, New York, Memorial Art Gallery, 1928-1929
401
14
Sacramento, California, California Museum Association, 1927
401
15
St. Louis, Missouri, City Art Museum of Saint Louis, 1927-1930
401
16
St. Paul, Minnesota, Saint Paul School of Art, 1929-1930, undated
401
17
San Diego, California, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1927
401
18
San Francisco, California, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1926-1927
401
19
San Francisco, California, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1927
401
20
San Francisco, California, San Francisco Museum of Art, 1927
401
21
Seattle, Washington, Art Institute of Seattle, 1930
401
22
Toledo, Ohio, Toledo Museum of Art, 1927-1930
401
23
Toronto, Canada, Art Gallery of Toronto, 1927-1930
401
24
Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1927-1929
401
25
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1927
401
26
Wellesley, Massachusetts, Art Museum of Wellesley College, 1927-1928, undated
401
27
Worcester, Massachusetts, Worcester Art Museum, 1926-1929
401
28
Youngstown, Ohio, Butler Art Institute, 1926
401
29
9.1.5:Inter-Office Correspondence, 1926-1930
Cablegrams consist of correspondence between staff of de Hauke & Co., Inc., about art purchases and sales, shipping information, and ongoing business operations. Paris and New York inter-office correspondence consists of letter copies and memoranda between staff and César M. de Hauke while he was on art-buying trips in Europe. Details of daily operations in the New York gallery, client visits and purchases, and information about de Hauke's travel plans are recorded.
DescriptionContainer
Cablegrams, 1926
401
30
Cablegrams, 1927
401
31
Cablegrams, 1928
401
32
Cablegrams, 1929 January-August
401
33
Cablegrams, 1929 September-December
401
34
Cablegrams, 1930
401
35
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1926 November
402
1
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1927
2 folders
402
2-3
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1928 January-June
402
4
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1928 July-August
402
5
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1928 September-December
402
6
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1929 January-September
403
1
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1929 October-December
403
2
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1930 January-May
403
3
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1930 June-October
403
4
Paris-New York, New York-Paris, 1930 November-December
403
5
9.1.6:Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., 1926-1949, undated
This subseries section consists of letters, with occasional attachments and cablegrams. There is correspondence between César M. de Hauke and Germain Seligman and between the staffs of de Hauke & Co., Inc., and Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., about ongoing business, art sales and purchases, clients, and travel plans and arrangements. References are found in the 1940s correspondence to the seizure of Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc., property during the German occupation of Paris. There are occasional "veiled" references to works by Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, and others. The material is arranged chronologically.
The following letters are of special note:
Memorandum dated June 9, 1941, C. M. de Hauke to Jacques Seligmann & Co., Inc. Asks staff at Jacques Seligmann & Co. to create codes for certain words and amounts of money and suggests writing in English to make it harder for others to decipher intercepted mail.
Letter dated September 5, 1941, G. Seligman to C. M. de Hauke. Suggests some of the company's continuing activities concerning art sales during the German occupation of Paris. Reply dated September 7, 1941.
Letter dated March 16, 1945, G. Seligman to C. M. de Hauke. Briefly discusses questions Seligman has about de Hauke's role in selling property of the Paris office of Seligmann & Co., which was seized by Nazis in the summer of 1940, during the occupation of Paris. This letter is in reply to one by de Hauke, dated November 20, 1944, requesting Seligman's assistance as a sponsor for de Hauke's visa application to return to the United States.
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1926 January-July
403
6
Correspondence, 1926 August-December
403
7
Correspondence, 1927
404
1
Correspondence, 1928
404
2
Correspondence, 1929
404
3
Correspondence, 1930-1931
404
4
Correspondence, 1932-1935
404
5
Correspondence, 1936-1938
404
6
Correspondence, 1939-1945
404
7
Correspondence, 1946-1949, undated
404
8
Correspondence Regarding Matisse, 1947-1949
404
9
9.1.7:Publicity, 1927-1930
The letters in this section of the subseries concern advertisements of upcoming exhibitions in newspapers and magazines. There are exhibition announcements in the form of letters to clients, editors, and others. Some correspondents include
Art and Archeology, The Arts
magazine,
Art Digest, Art News, Chicago Tribune, Kunst and Kuenstler
(Berlin), the
New York Times, Pantheon
magazine, and others.
DescriptionContainer
Publicity, 1926
405
1
Publicity, 1927
405
2
Publicity, 1928
405
3
Publicity, 1929-1930
2 folders
405
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