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Series 7 | A Finding Aid to the Macbeth Gallery records, 1838-1968, bulk, 1892-1953 | Digitized Collection

Macbeth Gallery records, 1838-1968, bulk, 1892-1953

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Series 7: Miscellaneous Material, 1912-1956.
0.8 linear feet
Boxes 133-134

This series contains transcripts of several lectures and essays written by Robert Macbeth, and an essay on Winslow Homer which he wrote for
Living American Art
. Also found here is a folder containing notes for a lecture on Israeli art by Robert G. McIntyre; an original drawing and a print by Robert W. Weir; and a transcript allegedly of excerpts from the journal of Marsden Hartley apparently transcribed by an unknown member of the Macbeth Gallery staff. The remaining materials found here are miscellaneous business records of Robert G. McIntyre.
The series is arranged alphabetically by folder title.
DescriptionContainer
Hartley Journal Transcript, ca. 1929-1940
133
1
McIntyre, Automobile Receipts, 1951-1956
133
2
McIntyre, Bank Statments, Check Stubs and Miscellany, 1895-1956
133
3-4
McIntyre, Insurance Records, ca. 1923-1956
133
5-7
McIntyre, Medical Bills
133
8
McIntyre, Stock Records, 1932-1956, n.d.
134
1-3
McIntyre, Tax Records, 1934-1949
134
4
McIntyre, Telephone and Utility Bills, 1953-1956, n.d.
134
5
Unidentified Drawing, n.d.
134
6
Weir Print and Drawing, n.d.
134
7
Writings, Robert Macbeth, 1912, 1939, 1940, n.d.
134
8
Writings, Robert G. McIntyre, n.d.
134
9
Writings, Miscellaneous, n.d.
134
10

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