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Subseries 1.1 | A Finding Aid to the James D. Smillie and Smillie family papers, 1853-1957 | Digitized Collection

James D. Smillie and Smillie family papers, 1853-1957

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1.1: Correspondence, 1850-1905

The bulk of this subseries is comprised of correspondence with artists and colleagues including Albert Bierstadt, Frederick Stuart Church, Samuel Coleman, Charles Henry Hart, and Eastman Johnson. There are three pieces of personal correspondence to his wife, Anna, and from his father and uncle, Charles Smillie.
This subseries is arranged alphabetically by correspondent with miscellaneous drafts of outgoing letters filed at the bottom.
DescriptionContainer
Bierstadt, Albert, circa 1863-1869
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1
Bierstadt, Edward, 1863
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2
Church, Frederick Stuart, 1878 or 1879
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3
Colman, Samuel, 1871-1906
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4
Curtis, George M., 1886
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5
Ehninger, John Whetton, 1882
Includes printed material from Tom Cobb for the Saratoga Humane Society.
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6
Haden, Francis Seymour, circa 1890s
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7
Hart, Charles Henry, 1884
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8
Hitchcock, Ripley, circa 1890
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9
Hogarth and Sons, 1882
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10
Huntington, Daniel B., 1850-1885
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11
Jenkins, Will, 1902
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12
Johnson, Eastman, 1886
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13
Lossing, Bevden (?), 1883
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14
Mathers, Frank Jewell, 1905
Art Editor of the
Evening Post
, includes clippings.
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15
Smillie, Anna Cook, 1853
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16
Smillie, Charles F., 1893
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17
Smillie, James, 1875
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18
Tait, A. T., 1898
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19
Waters, M. G., 1901
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20
Miscellaneous Outgoing Letters, circa 1902
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21

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