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Kraushaar Galleries records, 1877-2006

Contents and Arrangement

Kraushaar Galleries generally filed all types of records together with correspondence in a combination of alphabetical and chronological files. Thus financial records, insurance records, receipts, photographs, and exhibition catalogs can be found interfiled with general correspondence in Series 1-3. A group of photographs of artwork maintained separately by Kraushaar Galleries constitutes Series 4. Series 6 was minimally processed separately from Series 1-5, and the arrangement reflects the original order of the addition for the most part.

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Series 1: Outgoing Letters , 1920-1945
9 Linear feet
Boxes 1-9

This series documents John Kraushaar's management of the galleries and the increasing involvement of Antoinette Kraushaar from the 1930s on. Kraushaar Galleries wrote regularly to Gifford Beal, Charles Demuth, William Glackens, Gaston Lachaise, Henry Schnakenberg, and John Sloan during these years, and the records document the galleries' faith in, and growing popularity of, these artists. Correspondence with Charles Prendergast documents the galleries' representation of work by Charles and his brother, Maurice, and letters to Edith Glackens record the galleries' continued representation of William Glackens following his death in 1938. John Kraushaar's letters to Guy Pène Du Bois record his commitment to the artist's work but also his exasperation with Du Bois's handling of his financial affairs. The increase in letters to a growing group of artists including Russell Cowles, William Dean Fausett, Vaughn Flannery, John Hartell, John Heliker, Boardman Robinson, and Esther Williams in the later portion of the series reflects the development of the galleries' commitment to American art.
John Kraushaar's letters to Preston Harrison provide insight into his artistic tastes, his sense of humor, and his pragmatic attitude toward art dealership. Kraushaar's letters to Duncan Phillips document the many transactions that took place between the two men as Phillips was developing his collection of American art in Washington, D.C.
Letters regarding loans and sales to prominent institutions and museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Carnegie Institute, Cleveland Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, and Whitney Museum of American Art indicate the caliber and importance of the galleries' inventory during a crucial period in the history of American art.
John Kraushaar's dealings in European art are documented most extensively in his correspondence with British art dealers Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd. and Ernest Brown and Co., French dealers Etienne Bignou, Paul Guillaume, and J. Allard, and the Dutch company Franz Buffa & Zonen. The Kraushaars also dealt extensively in European art with Ottawa dealer J. E. Northwood of James Wilson & Co. and in European and American art with Albert Roullier Art Galleries and Chester H. Johnson Galleries in Chicago, and Dalzell Hatfield Galleries in California.
Additional scattered outgoing correspondence dating from 1920-1945 may be found in Series 6.1.
Records in this series are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent.
Description Container Select
A-Z, General, 1920
(authenticity of a chalk drawing by Auguste Renoir that Kraushaar Galleries purchased from Anderson Galleries in 1919)
1
1
A-Z, General, 1921
1
2
A-Z, General, 1922
1
3
A-Z, General, 1923
1
4
A-Z, General, 1924
(rights of casting for Three Peacocks by Gaston Lachaise; George Luks; John Sloan)
1
5
A-Z, General, 1925
(J. Allard regarding the authenticity of a Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec picture that Kraushaar Galleries purchased from Allard in 1924)
1
6
A, General, 1926
1
7
B, General, 1926
(Gifford Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows referencing sales of lithographs by George Bellows; Paul Burlin)
1
8
C, General, 1926
(Ralph Coe)
1
9
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1926
(William Mathewson Milliken; provenance of Maurice Prendergast paintings selected for a memorial exhibition of Prendergast's work; biographical details of Prendergast's life)
1
10
D, General, 1926
(Clyde Burroughs of the Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois concerning financial problems and opinions of his latest work)
1
11
E, General, 1926
1
12
F, General, 1926
1
13
Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1926
1
14
G, General, 1926
(George A. Gay)
1
15
H, 1926
(Robert Henri; G. B. Hollister)
1
16
J, General, 1926
1
17
K, General, 1926
1
18
L, General, 1926
(Gaston Lachaise)
1
19
M, General, 1926
(Lucia McBride; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
1
20
N, General, 1926
1
21
O, General, 1926
1
22
P, General, 1926
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
1
23
Prendergast, Charles, 1926
1
24
Q, General, 1926
1
25
R, General, 1926
1
26
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1926
(strikes in England)
1
27
S, General, 1926
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
1
28
Seachrest, Effie, 1926
1
29
T, General, 1926
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
1
30
U, General, 1926
1
31
V, General, 1926
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
1
32
W, General, 1926
(Wadsworth Atheneum; William Watson)
1
33
Williams, Lewis B., 1926
1
34
X-Y-Z, General, 1926
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
1
35
A, General, 1927
1
36
American Art Association, 1927
1
37
B, General, 1927
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows; Paul Burlin)
1
38
C, General, 1927
(Ralph Coe)
1
39
Cannell & Chaffin, Inc., 1927
1
40
Chase National Bank, 1927
1
41
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1927
1
42
D, General, 1927
(Chester Dale; Bernard Boutet de Monvel; Guy Pène Du Bois concerning plans for future exhibitions and his financial demands)
1
43
E, General, 1927
(Florence Emery)
1
44
F, General, 1927
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
1
45
Ferargil Galleries, 1927
1
46
G, General, 1927
(William J. Glackens)
1
47
Gage, George E., 1927
1
48
Gay, George A., 1927
1
49
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1927
1
50
Greene, Lucy S., 1927
1
51
H, General, 1927
1
52
John Hanna, Inc., 1927
1
53
Harrison, Preston, 1927
1
54
I, General, 1927
1
55
J, General, 1927
1
56
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1927
1
57
K, General, 1927
1
58
M. Knoedler & Co., 1927
1
59
L, General, 1927
(Gaston Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
1
60
M, General, 1927
1
61
McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1927
1
62
N, General, 1927
1
63
Northwood, J. E., 1927
1
64
O, General, 1927
1
65
P, General, 1927
(Charles Prendergast)
1
66
Phillips, Duncan, 1927
1
67
Polk, William Julius, 1927
1
68
Prasse, Leona E., 1927
1
69
Q, General, 1927
1
70
R, General, 1927
1
71
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1927
1
72
Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1927
1
73
S, General, 1927
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Kenneth D. Steere)
1
74
Seachrest, Effie, 1927
1
75
Southam, H. S., 1927
1
76
T, General, 1927
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
1
77
U, General, 1927
1
78
V, General, 1927
(Vogt & Holmes)
1
79
W, General, 1927
1
80
Watson, W. R., 1927
1
81
Williams, Lewis B., 1927
1
82
X-Y-Z, General, 1927
1
83
A, General, 1928
2
1
American Art Association, 1928
2
2
B, General, 1928
(Ralph Barton; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows; George Biddle, Carl Broemel; Paul Burlin)
2
3
C, General, 1928
(Carnegie Institute; Casson Galleries; Cleveland Museum of Art; Mrs. L. L. Coburn)
2
4
Chase National Bank, 1928
2
5
D, General, 1928
(Chester Dale; Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
2
6
E, General, 1928
2
7
F, General, 1928
2
8
G, General, 1928
(George E. Gage; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens)
2
9
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1928
2
10
H, General, 1928
(Childe Hassam)
2
11
Harrison, Preston, 1928
(John Kraushaar's artistic tastes and Harrison's collection)
2
12
I, General, 1928
2
13
J, General, 1928
2
14
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1928
2
15
K, General, 1928
2
16
M. Knoedler & Co., 1928
2
17
L, General, 1928
2
18
M, General, 1928
(Macbeth Gallery; Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
2
19
McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1928
2
20
N, General, 1928
2
21
Northwood, J. E., 1928
2
22
O, General, 1928
2
23
P, General, 1928
(Charles Prendergast)
2
24
Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1928
(exhibition of Marjorie Phillips's work)
2
25
Q, General, 1928
2
26
R, General, 1928
(Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.)
2
27
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1928
2
28
S, General, 1928
(R. H. Sauter; John Sloan; Joseph Stella)
2
29
Southam, H. S., 1928
2
30
T, General, 1928
2
31
U, General, 1928
2
32
V, General, 1928
(death of Mathieu Verdilhan in 1928)
2
33
W, General, 1928
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Andrew B. Wallace)
2
34
X-Y-Z, General, 1928
2
35
A, General, 1929
(Anderson Galleries; Art Gallery of Toronto)
2
36
American Art Association, 1929
2
37
B, General, 1929
(Gifford Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows)
2
38
Bendann, David, 1929
2
39
C, General, 1929
2
40
Carnegie Institute, 1929
2
41
Chase National Bank, 1929
2
42
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1929
(artwork destroyed in a rail car fire)
2
43
D, General, 1929
(Chester Dale; Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts)
2
44
Davies, Turner & Co., 1929
2
45
Du Bois, Guy Pène, 1929
(frustration with Du Bois's financial demands)
2
46
E, General, 1929
2
47
F, General, 1929
(John Duncan Fergusson concerning his exhibition)
2
48
G, General, 1929
(William J. Glackens; Phillip Becker Goetz; Paul Guillaume)
2
49
Gage, George E., 1929
2
50
Gay, George A., 1929
2
51
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1929
2
52
H, General, 1929
(Childe Hassam)
2
53
Harrison, Preston, 1929
(investing in contemporary American art)
2
54
Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1929
2
55
I, General, 1929
2
56
J, General, 1929
2
57
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1929
2
58
K, General, 1929
2
59
L, General, 1929
(William F. Laporte)
2
60
M, General, 1929
(Margarett Sargent McKean; Kenneth Hayes Miller)
2
61
N, General, 1929
2
62
Northwood, J. E., 1929
2
63
O, General, 1929
2
64
P, General, 1929
(Walter Pach; Howard Patterson; Leona Prasse; Charles Prendergast)
2
65
Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1929
2
66
Q, General, 1929
2
67
R, General, 1929
2
68
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1929
2
69
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1929
2
70
Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1929
2
71
S, General, 1929
(Henry E. Schnakenberg concerning an exhibition of his work; John Sloan mentioning the death of Robert Henri)
3
1
Seachrest, Effie, 1929
3
2
Charles Sessler, 1929
3
3
Southam, H. S., 1929
3
4
T, General, 1929
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
3
5
Tovell, Harold M., 1929
3
6
U, General, 1929
3
7
V, General, 1929
3
8
W, General, 1929
3
9
Williams, Lewis B., 1929
3
10
X-Y-Z, General, 1929
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
3
11
A, General, 1930
(American Art Association)
3
12
Albright Art Gallery, 1930
3
13
Art Institute of Chicago, 1930
3
14
B, General, 1930
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
3
15
C, General, 1930
3
16
Chase National Bank, 1930
3
17
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930
3
18
D, General, 1930
(Chester Dale; Bernard Boutet de Monvel)
3
19
Detroit Institute of Arts, 1930
3
20
E, General, 1930
3
21
F, General, 1930
3
22
Ferargil Galleries, 1930
3
23
Furthman, Jules, 1930
3
24
G, General, 1930
(George A. Gay)
3
25
Gage, George E., 1930
3
26
J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1930
3
27
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1930
3
28
H, General, 1930
3
29
Harrison, Preston, 1930
3
30
I, General, 1930
3
31
J, General, 1930
3
32
K, General, 1930
3
33
L, General, 1930
3
34
M, General, 1930
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Modern Art)
3
35
N, General, 1930
(J. E. Northwood)
3
36
O, General, 1930
3
37
P, General, 1930
(Walter Pach concerning an exhibition of his work; Charles Prendergast)
3
38
Phillips, Duncan; Phillips, Marjorie, 1930
3
39
Q, General, 1930
3
40
R, General, 1930
3
41
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1930
3
42
S, General, 1930
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
3
43
Charles Sessler, 1930
3
44
Southam, H. S., 1930
3
45
T, General, 1930
(Harold M. Tovell)
3
46
U, General, 1930
3
47
V, General, 1930
3
48
W, General, 1930
3
49
X-Y-Z, General, 1930
3
50
A, General, 1931
3
51
Art Institute of Chicago, 1931
3
52
B, General, 1931
3
53
C, General, 1931
3
54
D, General, 1931
(Chester Dale)
3
55
Davies, Turner & Co., 1931
3
56
E, General, 1931
3
57
F, General, 1931
3
58
Furthman, Jules, 1931
3
59
G, General, 1931
(William J. Glackens)
3
60
Gay, George A., 1931
3
61
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1931
3
62
H, General, 1931
(Dalzell Hatfield)
3
63
Harrison, Preston, 1931
3
64
I, General, 1931
3
65
J, General, 1931
3
66
K, General, 1931
3
67
L, General, 1931
3
68
M, General, 1931
4
1
Macbeth Gallery, 1931
4
2
McClees Galleries, 1931
4
3
N, General, 1931
4
4
O, General, 1931
4
5
P, General, 1931
(Walter Pach; information submitted to L. R. Pissarro for a catalog of the works of Camille Pissarro; Charles Prendergast)
4
6
Q, General, 1931
4
7
R, General, 1931
4
8
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1931
4
9
Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1931
4
10
S, General, 1931
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
4
11
Seachrest, Effie, 1931
4
12
Charles Sessler, 1931
4
13
T, General, 1931
(Augustus Vincent Tack regarding his financial account)
4
14
U, General, 1931
4
15
V, General, 1931
4
16
W, General, 1931
(Whitney Museum of American Art)
4
17
X-Y-Z, General, 1931
4
18
A, General, 1932
4
19
American Federation of Arts, 1932
4
20
Art Institute of Chicago, 1932
4
21
B, General, 1932
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
4
22
C, General, 1932
(Cleveland Museum of Art)
4
23
D, General, 1932
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
4
24
E, General, 1932
4
25
F, General, 1932
4
26
Furthman, Jules, 1932
4
27
G, General, 1932
4
28
Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1932
4
29
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1932
4
30
H, General, 1932
(Dalzell Hatfield)
4
31
I, General, 1932
4
32
J, General, 1932
4
33
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1932
4
34
K, General, 1932
4
35
L, General, 1932
(Richard Lahey)
4
36
M, General, 1932
(Harriette Miller)
4
37
N, General, 1932
4
38
O, General, 1932
4
39
P, General, 1932
(Walter Pach; Charles Prendergast)
4
40
Q, General, 1932
4
41
R, General, 1932
(invitation to Boardman Robinson to exhibit at Kraushaar Galleries)
4
42
Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., Jr., 1932
4
43
S, General, 1932
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; H. S. Southam)
4
44
Seachrest, Effie, 1932
4
45
T, General, 1932
4
46
V, General, 1932
4
47
W, General, 1932
4
48
X-Y-Z, General, 1932
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
4
49
A, General, 1933
4
50
Art Institute of Chicago, 1933
4
51
B, General, 1933
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
4
52
C, General, 1933
4
53
D, General, 1933
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
4
54
E, General, 1933
4
55
F, General, 1933
4
56
G, General, 1933
4
57
H, General, 1933
4
58
Harrison, Preston, 1933
4
59
I, General, 1933
4
60
J, General, 1933
4
61
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1933
(loans of work by French artists)
4
62
K, General, 1933
(Henry G. Keller concerning watercolors taken on consignment)
4
63
L, General, 1933
4
64
M, General, 1933
(Harriette Miller)
4
65
N, General, 1933
4
66
O, General, 1933
4
67
P, General, 1933
4
68
R, General, 1933
4
69
S, General, 1933
(Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan)
5
1
T, General, 1933
5
2
V, General, 1933
5
3
W, General, 1933
5
4
X-Y-Z, General, 1933
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young; William Zorach)
5
5
A, General, 1934
5
6
Art Institute of Chicago, 1934
5
7
B, General, 1934
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Brooklyn Museum)
5
8
C, General, 1934
(Carnegie Institute)
5
9
D, General, 1934
(Charles Demuth; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
5
10
E, General, 1934
5
11
F, General, 1934
(Ferargil Galleries)
5
12
G, General, 1934
(William J. Glackens)
5
13
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1934
5
14
H, General, 1934
(Childe Hassam)
5
15
Harrison, Preston, 1934
5
16
J. L. Hudson Company, 1934
5
17
I, General, 1934
5
18
J, General, 1934
5
19
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1934
(A. E. Quest)
5
20
K, General, 1934
(Henry G. Keller)
5
21
L, General, 1934
(Lyman Allyn Museum)
5
22
M, General, 1934
(Harriette Miller; Montclair Art Museum)
5
23
N, General, 1934
(Virginia Nelson)
5
24
O, General, 1934
5
25
P, General, 1934
(Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Pennsylvania Museum of Art; Charles Prendergast)
5
26
R, General, 1934
5
27
S, General, 1934
(San Francisco Art Association; Henry E. Schnakenberg; John Sloan)
5
28
Charles Sessler, 1934
5
29
T, General, 1934
5
30
Tovell, Harold M., 1934
5
31
V, General, 1934
5
32
W, General, 1934
5
33
X-Y-Z, General, 1934
5
34
A, General, 1935
5
35
Art Institute of Chicago, 1935
5
36
B, General, 1935
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
5
37
C, General, 1935
(Courvoisier Galleries)
5
38
D, General, 1935
(Charles Demuth before his death; Denver Art Museum; Guy Pène Du Bois)
5
39
E, General, 1935
5
40
F, General, 1935
5
41
G, General, 1935
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens)
5
42
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1935
5
43
H, General, 1935
(Harriet C. Hanley; Dalzell Hatfield)
5
44
Harrison, Preston, 1935
5
45
I, General, 1935
5
46
J, General, 1935
5
47
K, General, 1935
(Henry G. Keller)
5
48
L, General, 1935
(Richard Lahey)
5
49
M, General, 1935
5
50
Miller, Harriette, 1935
5
51
N, General, 1935
(Virginia Nelson)
5
52
O, General, 1935
5
53
P, General, 1935
(Charles Prendergast)
5
54
Q, General, 1935
(A. E. Quest)
5
55
R, General, 1935
5
56
S, General, 1935
(John Sloan)
5
57
Seachrest, Effie, 1935
5
58
T, General, 1935
5
59
U, General, 1935
5
60
V, General, 1935
5
61
W, General, 1935
5
62
X-Y-Z, General, 1935
5
63
A, General, 1936
(Addison Gallery of American Art; Art Institute of Chicago)
5
64
B, General, 1936
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
5
65
C, General, 1936
5
66
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1936
5
67
D, General, 1936
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
5
68
E, General, 1936
6
1
F, General, 1936
6
2
G, General, 1936
(George A. Gay describing new galleries at 730 Fifth Avenue)
6
3
Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1936
6
4
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1936
6
5
H, General, 1936
(Preston Harrison; Helen Hayes; High Museum of Art)
6
6
I, General, 1936
6
7
J, General, 1936
6
8
K, General, 1936
6
9
L, General, 1936
6
10
Lyman Allyn Museum, 1936
6
11
M, General, 1936
(Harriette Miller discussing Henry E. Schnakenberg)
6
12
N, General, 1936
(Thomas W. Nason concerning consignment of his prints)
6
13
O, General, 1936
6
14
P, General, 1936
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; Charles Prendergast)
6
15
Q, General, 1936
(A. E. Quest)
6
16
R, General, 1936
6
17
S, General, 1936
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Southam)
6
18
Charles Sessler, 1936
6
19
T, General, 1936
(Toledo Museum of Art)
6
20
U, General, 1936
6
21
V, General, 1936
6
22
W, General, 1936
(Charles A. Whelan)
6
23
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1936
6
24
X-Y-Z, General, 1936
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
6
25
A, General, 1937
6
26
B, General, 1937
6
27
C, General, 1937
6
28
Carnegie Institute, 1937
6
29
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1937
6
30
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1937
6
31
Courvoisier Galleries, 1937
6
32
D, General, 1937
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
6
33
E, General, 1937
6
34
F, General, 1937
6
35
G, General, 1937
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.)
6
36
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1937
6
37
H, General, 1937
(T. E. Hanley; Preston Harrison)
6
38
I, General, 1937
6
39
J, General, 1937
6
40
K, General, 1937
(Charles Kaeselau concerning selection of watercolors for consignment)
6
41
L, General, 1937
(Richard Lahey)
6
42
M, General, 1937
(Harriette Miller)
6
43
N, General, 1937
6
44
O, General, 1937
6
45
P, General, 1937
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips, Charles Prendergast; Vincent Price)
6
46
Q, General, 1937
(A. E. Quest)
6
47
R, General, 1937
6
48
S, General, 1937
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
6
49
Sweet Briar College, 1937
6
50
T, General, 1937
(Toledo Museum of Art)
6
51
U, General, 1937
6
52
V, General, 1937
6
53
W, General, 1937
(Forbes Watson; Nan Watson)
6
54
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1937
6
55
X-Y-Z, General, 1937
6
56
A, General, 1938
(Arts Club of Washington)
6
57
Addison Gallery of American Art, 1938
6
58
Art Institute of Chicago, 1938
6
59
B, General, 1938
(Gifford Beal concerning his decision to break off relations with Kraushaar Galleries; Reynolds Beal)
6
60
C, General, 1938
(Carnegie Institute; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
6
61
D, General, 1938
(Randall Davey; Guy Pène Du Bois; Jacques Dubourg)
6
62
E, General, 1938
6
63
Edminston, Rodman W., 1938
6
64
F, General, 1938
6
65
G, General, 1938
(Edith Glackens following the death of William J. Glackens)
6
66
Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1938
(Nelson Goodman)
6
67
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1938
6
68
H, General, 1938
(Hackley Art Gallery; Preston Harrison)
7
1
I, General, 1938
7
2
J, General, 1938
7
3
K, General, 1938
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; Berthe C. Koch concerning a Du Bois exhibition and referring to him as an outstanding painter)
7
4
L, General, 1938
(Richard Lahey; Charles Locke)
7
5
Laporte, William F., 1938
7
6
M, General, 1938
(Harriette Miller; Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
7
7
Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Modern Art Gallery of Washington, 1938
7
8
N, General, 1938
7
9
O, General, 1938
7
10
P, General, 1938
(Charles Prendergast)
7
11
Q, General, 1938
(A. E. Quest)
7
12
R, General, 1938
(Edward G. Robinson regarding purchase of a Maurice Prendergast painting)
7
13
S, General, 1938
(Charles Sessler; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
7
14
T, General, 1938
(Augustus Vincent Tack concerning financial account; Harold M. Tovell)
7
15
Toledo Museum of Art, 1938
7
16
U, General, 1938
7
17
V, General, 1938
7
18
W, General, 1938
(Forbes Watson; Nan Watson)
7
19
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1938
7
20
X-Y-Z, General, 1938
7
21
A, General, 1939
(Addison Gallery of American Art regarding Elizabeth S. Navas's development of the Roland P. Murdock Collection; Art Center School in Los Angeles)
7
22
American Federation of Arts, 1939
7
23
Art Institute of Chicago, 1939
7
24
B, General, 1939
(Jozef Bakos concerning consignment of his watercolors; Gifford Beal)
7
25
C, General, 1939
(Corcoran Gallery of Art)
7
26
Carnegie Institute, 1939
7
27
D, General, 1939
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner regarding consignment of his watercolors; Jacques Dubourg)
7
28
E, General, 1939
(Arthur F. Egner concerning disagreements with Isabel Nagle Lachaise over casting of sculpture by her late husband, Gaston Lachaise)
7
29
F, General, 1939
7
30
G, General, 1939
(Mrs. William Steele Gray)
7
31
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1939
7
32
H, General, 1939
(T. E. Hanley; Parker Morse Hooper)
7
33
Hatfield, Dalzell, 1939
7
34
I, General, 1939
7
35
J, General, 1939
7
36
K, General, 1939
(Charles Kaeselau; John Koch)
7
37
L, General, 1939
(Richard Lahey; Los Angeles Museum of History, Science and Art)
7
38
M, General, 1939
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
7
39
N, General, 1939
7
40
O, General, 1939
7
41
P, General, 1939
(Duncan Phillips; Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
7
42
Q, General, 1939
7
43
R, General, 1939
7
44
S, General, 1939
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Sweet Briar College)
7
45
Charles Sessler, 1939
7
46
Southam, H. S., 1939
7
47
T, General, 1939
7
48
Toledo Museum of Art, 1939
7
49
U, General, 1939
7
50
V, General, 1939
7
51
W, General, 1939
(Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Lewis B. Williams)
7
52
Warner, Ruth, 1939
7
53
X-Y-Z, General, 1939
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
7
54
A, General, 1940
7
55
Addison Gallery of American Art, 1940
7
56
American Federation of Arts, 1940
7
57
Art Institute of Chicago, 1940
7
58
B, General, 1940
(Gifford Beal)
7
59
C, General, 1940
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Evangeline Cozzens)
7
60
D, General, 1940
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
7
61
E, General, 1940
7
62
F, General, 1940
7
63
G, General, 1940
(Edith Glackens)
7
64
Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1940
7
65
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1940
7
66
H, General, 1940
7
67
Hatfield, Dalzell, 1940
7
68
I, General, 1940
8
1
J, General, 1940
(Marion Junkin)
8
2
K, General, 1940
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller)
8
3
L, General, 1940
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey; Charles Locke)
8
4
M, General, 1940
8
5
N, General, 1940
(National Gallery of Canada regarding sale of Maurice Prendergast's Picnic; establishing a business relationship with Woldemar Neufeld)
8
6
William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1940
(John Koch exhibition)
8
7
O, General, 1940
8
8
P, General, 1940
8
9
Phillips, Duncan, 1940
8
10
Q, General, 1940
8
11
R, General, 1940
8
12
S, General, 1940
(John Sloan regarding financial arrangements)
8
13
T, General, 1940
8
14
U, General, 1940
8
15
V, General, 1940
8
16
W, General, 1940
(Washington County Museum of Fine Arts; Esther Williams)
8
17
Warner, Ruth, 1940
8
18
X-Y-Z, General, 1940
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
8
19
A, General, 1941
(Albany Institute of History and Art documenting Antoinette Kraushaar's interest in drawings)
8
20
American Federation of Arts, 1941
8
21
Art Institute of Chicago, 1941
8
22
B, General, 1941
(Gifford Beal regarding payment on his account; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché; establishing a business relationship with Samuel Brecher; Brooklyn Museum of Art)
8
23
C, General, 1941
(Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
8
24
D, General, 1941
(Randall Davey; Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
8
25
E, General, 1941
8
26
F, General, 1941
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery concerning becoming his dealer)
8
27
G, General, 1941
8
28
Goodman-Walker, Inc., 1941
8
29
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1941
8
30
H, General, 1941
(Dalzell Hatfield)
8
31
I, General, 1941
8
32
J, General, 1941
(Marion Junkin)
8
33
K, General, 1941
(Charles Kaeselau; Henry G. Keller; John Koch regarding his account)
8
34
L, General, 1941
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
8
35
M, General, 1941
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
8
36
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1941
8
37
N, General, 1941
(Woldemar Neufeld)
8
38
O, General, 1941
8
39
P, General, 1941
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips)
8
40
Q, General, 1941
8
41
R, General, 1941
(establishing a business relationship with Boardman Robinson; Rockford Art Association; Andrée Ruellan)
8
42
S, General, 1941
(apologizing to John Sloan for events that have led to his dissatisfaction with the handling of his work)
8
43
T, General, 1941
8
44
U, General, 1941
(University of Missouri concerning defacing of a John Sloan drawing)
8
45
V, General, 1941
8
46
W, General, 1941
(Worcester Art Museum expressing an opinion on which painters have had a reputation or an influence that has been "undeniable")
8
47
X-Y-Z, General, 1941
8
48
A, General, 1942
(Artists for Victory)
8
49
Art Institute of Chicago, 1942
8
50
B, General, 1942
8
51
C, General, 1942
8
52
D, General, 1942
(Walt Dehner; attorney Nicholas Donnelly concerning family finances)
8
53
E, General, 1942
8
54
F, General, 1942
(William Dean Fausett expressing opinions of his work; Vaughn Flannery; Julianna Force)
8
55
G, General, 1942
8
56
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1942
8
57
H, General, 1942
(John Hartell; John Heliker)
8
58
I, General, 1942
8
59
J, General, 1942
8
60
K, General, 1942
(John Koch expressing opinions on his work)
8
61
L, General, 1942
(Isabel Nagle Lachaise; Richard Lahey)
8
62
M, General, 1942
8
63
N, General, 1942
(Woldemar Neufeld)
8
64
O, General, 1942
8
65
P, General, 1942
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; Charles Prendergast)
8
66
R, General, 1942
(Boardman Robinson regarding his illustrations for Moby Dick and Spoon River Anthology; Andrée Ruellan)
8
67
S, General, 1942
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
8
68
T, General, 1942
8
69
U, General, 1942
8
70
V, General, 1942
8
71
W, General, 1942
(Esther Williams)
8
72
X-Y-Z, General, 1942
8
73
A, General, 1943
(Addison Gallery of American Art; American Federation of Arts)
8
74
Art Institute of Chicago, 1943
8
75
B, General, 1943
(Baltimore Museum of Art; Louis Bouché)
8
76
C, General, 1943
(Corcoran Gallery of Art regarding a gift of 3 drawings by William J. Glackens; Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens)
9
1
Carnegie Institute, 1943
9
2
D, General, 1943
(Walt Dehner; Detroit Institute of Arts; Guy Pène Du Bois)
9
3
E, General, 1943
(Fritz Ehrenfest; Paul Ehrenfest)
9
4
F, General, 1943
(William Dean Fausett; Gershon Fenster; Vaughn Flannery)
9
5
G, General, 1943
(Nelson Goodman; homorous letter to Earle Grant describing the gallery scene in New York)
9
6
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1943
9
7
H, General, 1943
(Dalzell Hatfield)
9
8
Hartell, John, 1943
(exhibition of his work that was critically acclaimed)
9
9
I, General, 1943
9
10
J, General, 1943
9
11
K, General, 1943
(Henry G. Keller)
9
12
L, General, 1943
(Richard Lahey)
9
13
M, General, 1943
9
14
N, General, 1943
(New Britain Institute)
9
15
O, General, 1943
(Oberlin College Allen Memorial Art Museum)
9
16
P, General, 1943
(Charles Prendergast)
9
17
Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1943
9
18
Q, General, 1943
9
19
R, General, 1943
(Boardman Robinson)
9
20
S, General, 1943
(John Sloan; Katharine Sturgis)
9
21
T, General, 1943
(Toledo Museum of Art)
9
22
U, General, 1943
9
23
V, General, 1943
9
24
W, General, 1943
9
25
Willson, Caroline, and Donald B. Willson, 1943
9
26
X-Y-Z, General, 1943
9
27
A, General, 1944
(Artists for Victory expressing concern over a London exhibition)
9
28
B, General, 1944
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Louis Bouché)
9
29
C, General, 1944
(Cleveland Museum of Art; Russell Cowles; Evangeline Cozzens; Cranbrook Academy of Art)
9
30
D, General, 1944
(Walt Dehner; Guy Pène Du Bois)
9
31
E, General, 1944
9
32
F, General, 1944
(William Dean Fausett; Gerson Fenster; Vaughn Flannery)
9
33
G, General, 1944
9
34
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1944
9
35
H, General, 1944
(John Hartell; Dalzell Hatfield)
9
36
I, General, 1944
9
37
J, General, 1944
(Marion Junkin concerning poor sales of her work)
9
38
K, General, 1944
(Henry G. Keller; John Koch)
9
39
L, General, 1944
(Richard Lahey; Little Gallery)
9
40
M, General, 1944
(Lucia McBride; Museum of Modern Art regarding exhibition of The Eight)
9
41
N, General, 1944
(Elizabeth S. Navas)
9
42
O, General, 1944
(Georgia O'Keeffe)
9
43
P, General, 1944
(Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts regarding purchase of John Sloan's Jefferson Market; Charles Prendergast; Eugenie Prendergast)
9
44
Q, General, 1944
9
45
R, General, 1944
(Boardman Robinson; Alice Roullier; Andrée Ruellan)
9
46
S, General, 1944
(Helen Farr Sloan; John Sloan; Alix W. Stanley)
9
47
T, General, 1944
(Toledo Museum of Art; Helen Train)
9
48
U, General, 1944
(University of Nebraska)
9
49
V, General, 1944
9
50
W, General, 1944
(Witte Memorial Museum)
9
51
X-Y-Z, General, 1944
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
9
52
A, General, 1945
9
53
B, General, 1945
(Jozef Bakos; Louis Bouché; Samuel Brecher)
9
54
C, General, 1945
9
55
D, General, 1945
(Walt Dehner)
9
56
E, General, 1945
9
57
F, General, 1945
(William Dean Fausett; Vaughn Flannery)
9
58
G, General, 1945
9
59
H, General, 1945
(John Hartell)
9
60
I, General, 1945
9
61
J, General, 1945
9
62
K, General, 1945
9
63
L, General, 1945
(Richard Lahey)
9
64
M, General, 1945
9
65
N, General, 1945
9
66
O, General, 1945
9
67
P, General, 1945
(Charles Prendergast)
9
68
R, General, 1945
(Boardman Robinson; Andrée Ruellan)
9
69
S, General, 1945
9
70
T, General, 1945
9
71
U, General, 1945
9
72
V, General, 1945
9
73
W, General, 1945
9
74
X-Y-Z, General, 1945
(Edmund Yaghjian; Mahonri Mackintosh Young)
9
75

Series 2: Incoming Letters , 1901-1944, undated
16.25 Linear feet
Boxes 10-26

This series contains letters written in response, or relation to, those in Series 1, and many of the significant correspondents in that series are also represented in Series 2. Of additional interest is the substantial correspondence from other artists including Joseph Barber, Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Randall Davey, Walt Dehner, Charles Demuth, William Dean Fausett, Vaughn Flannery, Henry Keller, Richard Lahey, Charles Prendergast, Boardman Robinson, Iver Rose, Andrée Ruellan, Henry Schnakenberg, John Sloan, Katharine Sturgis, Esther Williams, and Mahonri Young. The series also contains regular letters from Guy Pène Du Bois, in Europe, that express personal feelings about his work and recurrent financial problems. Gaston Lachaise was also a regular correspondent who submitted frequent requests for financial assistance. After his death his work was handled by his wife, Isabel Nagle Lachaise, and the series documents the often difficult relations between Isabel Lachaise and Kraushaar Galleries. Letters from Edith and Ira Glackens demonstrate the mutual affection and respect between the Glackens family and the Kraushaars. The series contains only three short letters from Maurice Prendergast, with one describing his eagerness to exhibit at Kraushaar Galleries in December 1921, and three short letters from George Luks, which unfortunately supply little information about his work.
Correspondence with Gifford Beal, Reynolds Beal, Harriette Miller, Henry Schnakenberg, and Esther Williams illustrate the depth of the Kraushaar family's relationship with the Rockport art community, which extended beyond business to close personal friendships. Throughout the collection there is evidence that Antoinette Kraushaar continued a tradition of regular vacations to the area also enjoyed by her father.
The series contains substantial correspondence from Duncan Phillips. The descriptions of his enthusiasm for individual artists and specific pieces provide valuable documentation of his developing tastes. Regular and lengthy letters from Preston Harrison are full of lively information about the California art scene. Substantive correspondence with Elizabeth S. Navas begins in this series and documents the role that Kraushaar Galleries played in her goal to assemble the Roland P. Murdock Collection of the Wichita Art Museum under the terms of the will of Navas's friend, Louise Caldwell Murdock.
Additional incoming correspondence dating from 1901-1944 is found in Series 6.1.
Records are arranged chronologically and alphabetically by correspondent within each year. Nine folders of undated letters can be found at the beginning of the series. Letters from correspondents whose names are illegible or not recorded are also placed at the beginning of the appropriate year. Folders for "Miscellaneous Notes," "Bills," and "Receipts" are filed at the end of the year to which they relate.
Description Container Select
Bonheur, Rosa, undated
10
1
Du Bois, Guy Pène, undated
10
2
Geissbuhler, Arnold, and Elisabeth Geissbuhler, undated
10
3
H, General, undated
(Ernst Halberstadt)
10
4
L-M, General, undated
10
5
Pyle, William Scott, undated
10
6
R-S, General, undated
(Vernon Smith)
10
7
Van Vleet Tompkins, Frank, undated
10
8
W, General, undated
10
9
Reed, Lloyd G., 1901
10
10
Brissaud, Pierre, 1906
10
11
A-Z, General, 1913
(George Luks)
10
12
A-Z, General, 1915-1916
(only item from 1915 is an envelope addressed by Guy Pène Du Bois)
10
13
A-Z, General, 1917
(Ruth Merrington)
10
14
Webb, Anne R., and Caroline Webb, 1917
10
15
A-Z, General, 1918
(George Luks; Anne R. Webb)
10
16
A-Z, General, 1919
(George Luks)
10
17
A-Z, General, 1920
(news clipping concerning a gift of an A. L. Bouche pastoral, Evening at St. Aulde, from John F. Kraushaar to the Milwaukee Art Institute)
10
18
A-Z, General, 1921
(Maurice Prendergast; John Sloan)
10
19
A-Z, General, 1922
(Paul Bartlett; Maurice Prendergast)
10
20
A-Z, General, undated
10
21
A-Z, General, 1924
(? Fuchs; George Harvey; George Luks; Ruth Merrington)
10
22
Illegible and Unidentified, 1925
10
23
A, General, 1925
(Galerie J. Allard)
10
24
Art Institute of Chicago, 1925
(Maurice Prendergast exhibition)
10
25
Ba-Be, General, 1925
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; Emma Louise Story Bellows)
10
26
Bi-Bu, General, 1925
(Cleopatra Bourdelle; Brooklyn Museum)
10
27
Brouse, W. H., 1925
10
28
Ca-Ch, General, 1925
(Carnegie Institute)
10
29
Ci-Cu, General, 1925
10
30
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1925
10
31
D, General, 1925
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
10
32
Davies, Turner & Co., 1925
10
33
E, General, 1925
10
34
F, General, 1925
10
35
G, General, 1925
(Emile Gauguin offering for sale paintings by Paul Gauguin; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens; Philip Becker Goetz)
10
36
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1925
10
37
H, General, 1925
10
38
I, General, 1925
10
39
J, General, 1925
10
40
K, General, 1925
10
41
L, General, 1925
(Gaston Lachaise; Lefèvre Galleries)
10
42
M, General, 1925
(Macbeth Gallery; Ruth Merrington)
10
43
N, General, 1925
(J. E. Northwood)
10
44
O, General, 1925
10
45
P, General, 1925
(Charles Prendergast)
10
46
Phillips, Duncan, 1925
10
47
Q, General, 1925
10
48
R, General, 1925
10
49
S, General, 1925
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
10
50
Seachrest, Effie, 1925
10
51
T, General, 1925
(Augustus Vincent Tack; letter from Abigail Brown Tompkins illustrated with a watercolor)
10
52
U, General, 1925
10
53
V, General, 1925
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
10
54
W, General, 1925
(Wadsworth Atheneum; L. B. Williams)
10
55
Watson, William R., 1925
(Watson Art Galleries in Montreal)
10
56
X-Y-Z, General, 1925
10
57
Miscellaneous Notes, 1925
10
58
Receipts, 1925
10
59
A, General, 1926
(Art Association of Montreal)
10
60
Art Institute of Chicago, 1926
10
61
Ba-Be, General, 1926
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
10
62
Bi-Bo, General, 1926
10
63
Br-Bu, General, 1926
(Paul Burlin)
10
64
Ca-Cl, General, 1926
(California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Carnegie Institute)
10
65
Co-Cu, General, 1926
10
66
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1926
10
67
D, General, 1926
(Guy Pène Du Bois)
10
68
Davies, Turner & Co., 1926
10
69
E, General, 1926
(Gordon C. Edwards)
10
70
F, General, 1926
(Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
10
71
G, General, 1926
(George A. Gay; Edith Glackens)
10
72
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1926
10
73
Ha-He, General, 1926
10
74
Hi-Hu, General, 1926
10
75
I, General, 1926
11
1
J, General, 1926
11
2
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1926
11
3
K, General, 1926
(George A. Gay; Edith Glackens)
11
4
L, General, 1926
(Gaston Lachaise; Ernest Lawson)
11
5
M, General, 1926
(Lucia McBride; Ruth Merrington)
11
6
N, General, 1926
(J. E. Northwood)
11
7
O, General, 1926
11
8
P, General, 1926
(Duncan Phillips; Marjorie Phillips; William Julius Polk)
11
9
R, General, 1926
(Helen M. Robins)
11
10
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1926
11
11
Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1926
(Hugh Dunbar)
11
12
Sa-Sc, General, 1926
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
11
13
Se-Sw, General, 1926
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
11
14
Seachrest, Effie, 1926
11
15
T, General, 1926
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Anna Heyward Taylor)
11
16
U, General, 1926
11
17
V, General, 1926
(Mathieu Verdilhan)
11
18
Wa-We, General, 1926
(Wadsworth Atheneum; Watson Art Galleries)
11
19
Wh-Wy, General, 1926
(Lewis B. Williams)
11
20
X-Y-Z, General, 1926
([William] Zorach)
11
21
Miscellaneous Notes, 1926
(catalog for a December watercolor exhibition; lists of C. R. W. Nevinson etchings)
11
22-23
Receipts, 1926
11
24
Ac-Am, General, 1927
(American Art Association)
11
25
An-As, General, 1927
(Anderson Galleries; Art Institute of Chicago; Associated Dealers in American Paintings)
11
26
Ba-Ben, General, 1927
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
11
27
Ber-Bre, General, 1927
11
28
Bro-By, General, 1927
(Carl W. Broemel; Paul Burlin)
11
29
C, General, 1927
(Carnegie Institute enclosing a letter to John Sloan praising work on display at Kraushaar Galleries; Casson Galleries; Columbus Gallery of Fine Art)
11
30
Cannell & Chaffin, Inc., 1927
11
31
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1927
11
32
D, General, 1927
(Carnegie Institute enclosing a letter to John Sloan praising work on display at Kraushaar Galleries; Casson Galleries; Columbus Gallery of Fine Art)
11
33
Davies, Turner & Co., 1927
11
34
E, General, 1927
11
35
F, General, 1927
(Ferargil Galleries; Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
11
36
G, General, 1927
(hand-painted Christmas card from an unidentified correspondent filed under G; George A. Gay; William J. Glackens; Lucy S. Greene)
11
37
Gage, George E., 1927
11
38
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1927
11
39-40
H, General, 1927
11
41
John Hanna, Inc., 1927
11
42
Harrison, Preston, 1927
11
43
I, General, 1927
11
44
J, General, 1927
(Thomas Benedict Jonss)
11
45
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1927
11
46
K, General, 1927
11
47
M. Knoedler & Co., 1927
11
48
L, General, 1927
(Gaston Lachaise; William F. Laporte)
12
1
M, General, 1927
(Merchants Association of New York; Ruth Merrington)
12
2
McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1927
12
3
Milwaukee Art Institute, 1927
(Mathieu Verdilhan exhibition)
12
4
N, General, 1927
(J. E. Northwood)
12
5
O, General, 1927
12
6
Pa-Po, General, 1927
(Howard Ashman Patterson; Portland Art Association)
12
7
Pr-Py, General, 1927
(Leona Prasse; Charles Prendergast)
12
8
Phillips, Duncan, 1927
(exhibitions Phillips has held and his opinions of various artists)
12
9
Polk, William Julius, 1927
12
10
Q, General, 1927
12
11
R, General, 1927
(Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr.)
12
12
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1927
12
13
Albert Roullier Art Galleries, 1927
12
14
Sa-Se, General, 1927
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg)
12
15
Sh-Sp, General, 1927
(photo postcard of Benito Mussolini from Theodore Sizer; Dolly Sloan; H. S. Southam)
12
16
St-Sy, General, 1927
(A. Suzor-Cote)
12
17
T, General, 1927
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
12
18
U, General, 1927
12
19
V, General, 1927
(Frank Van Vleet Tompkins; Mathieu Verdilhan)
12
20
Wa-We, General, 1927
12
21
Wh-Wr, General, 1927
12
22
Watson Art Galleries, 1927
12
23
Williams, L. B., 1927
12
24
X-Y-Z, General, 1927
12
25
Miscellaneous Notes, 1927
(Frank Van Vleet Tompkins; Mathieu Verdilhan)
12
26-27
Receipts, 1927
12
28-29
Ab-An, General, 1928
(American Art Association; American Federation of Arts)
12
30
Ar-At, General, 1928
(Art Association of Indianapolis; Arts Club of Chicago)
12
31
Art Institute of Chicago, 1928
( Eighth International Watercolor Exhibition)
12
32
Ba, General, 1928
12
33
Be-Br, General, 1928
( Eighth International Watercolor Exhibition)
12
34
Bu-By, General, 1928
12
35
Ca-Cl, General, 1928
(California Palace of the Legion of Honor; Carnegie Institute)
12
36
Co-Cu, General, 1928
12
37
Cannell and Chaffin, Inc., 1928
12
38
Casson Galleries, 1928
12
39
Chase National Bank, 1928
12
40
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1928
12
41
D, General, 1928
12
42
Davies, Turner & Co., 1928
12
43
E, General, 1928
13
1
F, General, 1928
(John Duncan Fergusson with a catalog of his exhibition; Findlay Galleries, Inc.; Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego)
13
2
Ferargil Galleries, 1928
13
3
G, General, 1928
(George A. Gage; Elisabeth C. Geissbuhler concerning an exhibition of work by her husband, Arnold Geissbuhler; Lucy S. Greene)
13
4
J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1928
13
5
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1928
13
6-7
Ha, General, 1928
13
8
He-Hu, General, 1928
13
9
Harrison, Preston, 1928
13
10
I, General, 1928
13
11
Internal Revenue Service, 1928
13
12
J, General, 1928
13
13
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1928
13
14
K, General, 1928
13
15
M. Knoedler & Co., 1928
13
16
La-Le, General, 1928
13
17
Li-Ly, General, 1928
13
18
Ma-Mc, General, 1928
(Macbeth Gallery)
13
19
Me-My, General, 1928
(Minneapolis Institute of Arts)
13
20
McKean, Margarett Sargent, 1928
13
21
N, General, 1928
13
22
Northwood, J. E., 1928
13
23
O, General, 1928
13
24
P, General, 1928
(Walter Pach discussing his book Ananias; or, the False Artist; Leona Prasse)
13
25
Phillips, Duncan, and Marjorie Phillips, 1928
13
26
Q, General, 1928
13
27
R, General, 1928
(Albert Roullier Art Galleries)
13
28
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1928
13
29
Sa-Sm, General, 1928
(B. D. Saklatwalla; Rudolf H. Sauter concerning an exhibition; John Sloan with a press release from Kraushaar Galleries announcing sale of 32 Sloan paintings to a private collector)
13
30
So-Sy, General, 1928
(H. S. Southam; Joseph Stella)
13
31
Seachrest, Effie, 1928
13
32
Southam, H. S., 1928
13
33
T, General, 1928
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Toledo Museum of Art)
13
34
U, General, 1928
13
35
V, General, 1928
(Vassar College; Mathieu Verdilhan)
13
36
W, General, 1928
13
37
X-Y-Z, General, 1928
(William Zorach)
13
38
Miscellaneous Notes, 1928
(catalog for a William J. Glackens exhibition in March)
13
39-40
Receipts, 1928
13
41-42
Al-Am, General, 1929
13
43
An-Ar, General, 1929
(Arts Club of Chicago)
13
44
Ba-Be, General, 1929
13
45
Bi-Bu, General, 1929
13
46
Ca, General, 1929
14
1
Ch-Cu, General, 1929
(Cleveland Museum of Art concerning its Sixth Annual Exhibition of Watercolors and Pastels)
14
2
Chase National Bank, 1929
14
3
D, General, 1929
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
14
4
Davies, Turner & Co., 1929
14
5
E, General, 1929
14
6
F, General, 1929
14
7
G, General, 1929
14
8
Gage, George E., 1929
14
9
Gay, George A., 1929
14
10
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1929
14
11
H, General, 1929
14
12
Harrison, Preston, 1929
14
13
I, General, 1929
14
14
J, General, 1929
14
15
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1929
14
16
K, General, 1929
14
17
L, General, 1929
14
18
M, General, 1929
(Harriette Miller)
14
19
N, General, 1929
14
20
O, General, 1929
14
21
P, General, 1929
(Walter Pach; Howard Ashman Patterson; Duncan Phillips)
14
22
R, General, 1929
14
23
S, General, 1929
(Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
14
24
Southam, H. S., 1929
14
25
T, General, 1929
14
26
U, General, 1929
14
27
V, General, 1929
(H. Verdilhan)
14
28
W, General, 1929
14
29
X-Y-Z, General, 1929
14
30
Miscellaneous Notes, 1929
(catalogs for exhibitions of work by Arnold Friedman, Adriaan Lubbers, and Margarett Sargent McKean)
14
31-32
Bills, 1929
14
33
Receipts, 1929
14
34
Illegible, 1930
14
35
A, General, 1930
(American Art Dealers Association with minutes from the fall meeting)
14
36
Art Institute of Chicago, 1930
14
37
B, General, 1930
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
14
38
Ca-Ch, General, 1930
(Carnegie Institute regarding its 29th international exhibition)
14
39
Ci-Cu, General, 1930
(College Art Association)
14
40
Chase National Bank, 1930
14
41
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930
14
42
D, General, 1930
(Bernard Boutet de Monvel; Guy Pène Du Bois)
14
43
Davies, Turner & Co., 1930
14
44
E, General, 1930
14
45
F, General, 1930
14
46
Furthman, Jules, 1930
14
47
G, General, 1930
(attorneys Garfield and Seligson concerning legal rights to sculpture by Gaston Lachaise)
15
1
J. J. Gillespie & Co., 1930
15
2
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1930
15
3
H, General, 1930
15
4
Harrison, Preston, 1930
15
5
I, General, 1930
(Independent Gallery in London)
15
6
J, General, 1930
15
7
K, General, 1930
15
8
L, General, 1930
15
9
M, General, 1930
(Harriette Miller; Museum of Modern Art)
15
10
N, General, 1930
15
11
O, General, 1930
15
12
P, General, 1930
(Walter Pach; Howard Ashman Patterson concerning financial matters)
15
13
R, General, 1930
15
14
Alex. Reid & Lefèvre, Ltd., 1930
15
15
S, General, 1930
(Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan)
15
16
Southam, H. S., 1930
15
17
T, General, 1930
(Helen Toulgouat; Harold M. Tovell)
15
18
U, General, 1930
15
19
V, General, 1930
15
20
W, General, 1930
15
21
X-Y-Z, General, 1930
15
22
Miscellaneous Notes, 1930
15
23
Bills, 1930
15
24-25
Receipts, 1930
15
26
Ac-Am, General, 1931
(Albright Art Gallery)
15
27
An-Ar, General, 1931
15
28
American Art Dealers Association, 1931
15
29
Art Institute of Chicago, 1931
15
30
B, General, 1931
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal)
15
31
Ca-Ch, General, 1931
(Carnegie Institute)
15
32
Ci-Cu, General, 1931
15
33
College Art Association, 1931
15
34
D, General, 1931
15
35
Davies, Turner & Co., 1931
15
36
E, General, 1931
(Dolly Sloan with Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc.)
15
37
F, General, 1931
15
38
Furthman, Jules, 1931
15
39
G, General, 1931
(Edith Glackens; William J. Glackens)
15
40
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1931
15
41
H, General, 1931
(Harlow, McDonald & Company)
15
42
Harrison, Preston, 1931
15
43
I, General, 1931
15
44
J, General, 1931
(Erle Johnson)
15
45
K, General, 1931
(Tud Kempf)
15
46
L, General, 1931
(William F. Laporte)
15
47
M, General, 1931
(records of loans to Museum of Modern Art)
15
48
McClees Galleries, 1931
(John Sloan exhibition)
15
49
N, General, 1931
15
50
O, General, 1931
15
51
Pa-Ph, General, 1931
(Walter Pach; Pennsylvania Museum of Art; Henri Petiet)
16
1
Pi-Py, General, 1931
(L. R. Pissarro concerning research for a catalog of oil paintings, pastels, and gouaches by Camille Pissarro)
16
2
R, General, 1931
(Rhode Island School of Design)
16
3
Sa-Se, General, 1931
(Edmond Sagot; illustrated letter from Rudolf H. Sauter; Henry E. Schnakenberg)
16
4
Sh-Sy, General, 1931
(W. Scott & Sons; Dolly Sloan; John Sloan; Joseph Stella)
16
5
T, General, 1931
(Augustus Vincent Tack; Helen Toulgouat concerning artwork by her husband, Pierre)
16
6
V, General, 1931
16
7
W, General, 1931
16
8
X-Y-Z, General, 1931
(William Zorach)
16
9
Miscellaneous Notes, 1931
( Catalogue of the Complete Collection of Etchings by John Sloan, January 1, 1927; invitation list and catalog for a Walter Pach exhibition)
16
10
Bills and Receipts, 1931
16
11
A, General, 1932
(American Art Dealers Association with meeting minutes)
16
12
Art Institute of Chicago, 1932
16
13
B, General, 1932
(Gifford Beal; illustrated postcard from Reynolds Beal)
16
14
C, General, 1932
16
15
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1932
16
16
College Art Association, 1932
16
17
D, General, 1932
(Randall Davey; Nicholas A. Donnelly concerning the Kraushaar family estate; Guy Pène Du Bois)
16
18
E, General, 1932
16
19
F, General, 1932
16
20
G, General, 1932
(Goodman-Walker, Inc.)
16
21
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1932
16
22
H, General, 1932
16
23
I, General, 1932
16
24
J, General, 1932
16
25
K, General, 1932
16
26
L, General, 1932
(Richard Lahey)
16
27
M, General, 1932
(Macbeth Gallery discussing ways to help artists fix prices for the winter season of 1932-1933 and a recent increase in the theft of etchings from galleries)
16
28
N, General, 1932
16
29
O, General, 1932
16
30
P, General, 1932
16
31
R, General, 1932
16
32
Sa-Sh, General, 1932
(Henry E. Schnakenberg)
16
33
Si-Sy, General, 1932
(Dolly Sloan; Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts)
16
34
T, General, 1932
(Augustus Vincent Tack)
16
35
V, General, 1932
16
36
W, General, 1932
(Mildred Williams; Joseph Winterbotham)
16
37
X-Y-Z, General, 1932
(Mahonri Mackintosh Young; William Zorach)
16
38
Miscellaneous Notes, 1932
(catalogs for an exhibition of work by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; catalog for exhibition of paintings, watercolors, and drawings by various artists)
16
39-40
Bills and Receipts, 1932
16
41
Ac-Am, General, 1933
(American Art Dealers Association)
16
42
An-Ar, General, 1933
16
43
American Federation of Arts, 1933
16
44
Art Institute of Chicago, 1933
16
45
B, General, 1933
(Gifford Beal; Reynolds Beal; illustrated letter from R. B. Bearman)
17
1
C, General, 1933
17
2
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1933
17
3
College Art Association, 1933
(efforts to establish an artists' cooperative and a lending library to rent works of art on behalf of artists)
17
4
D, General, 1933
(Charles Demuth; Guy Pène Du Bois)
17
5
E, General, 1933
17
6
F, General, 1933
17
7
G, General, 1933
(William J. Glackens; Goodman-Walker, Inc.; Marcel Guiot)
17
8
Wm. E. Goodridge & Son, 1933
17
9
H, General, 1933
17
10
Harrison, Preston, 1933
17
11
I, General, 1933
17
12
Chester H. Johnson Galleries, 1933
(A. E. Quest)
17