Summary: Letters, writings, financial records, inventories including works in the collection of Percy A. Rockefeller, photographs, printed material documenting the sales and appraisals of works of art by private dealer Jonce Irwin McGurk. Among the correspondents are Percy A. Rockefeller, Eli Lilly, Marcella Hartley Dodge, Andrew Mellon, Gustave Weigand, Mrs. E.F. Hutton, Richard H. Pleasants, Francis P. Garvan, Alfred I. Dupont, Mantle Fielding, and others.
Art dealer; New York, N.Y.; b. 1875, d. 1947. McGurk was the principal advisor to Percy Rockefeller.
Donated 2003 by Arluvene Thompson, whose husband is McGurk's great nephew.
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How to Cite This Collection
Jonce Irwin McGurk papers, [ca. 1913-1940.]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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