Size: 2 Items, (on a partial microfilm reel)
Summary: A photograph of the interior of Eilshemius' studio in his house on East 57th St., New York; typescripts of letters to his mother, a diary entry, and a poem. Two letters to his mother describe his feelings about creating art work. One letter is a birthday poem written in Malaga, Spain in 1892 to his brother, Gustave. The diary entry, dated August 2, 1931, comments that "The one who understood my paintings is...Henry McBride."
REEL 439 AND SCANNED One photograph of Eilshemius, previously microfilmed under Photos of Artists I; it has been scanned.