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Mary Cassatt letters, 1882-1926

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged as 1 series.

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Series 1: Mary Cassatt Letters , 1892-1926
15 Folders
Box 1

The letters of painter Mary Cassatt contain 64 items and date from 1892 to 1926. The bulk of these letters are to Cassatt's nephew, Robert Kelso Cassatt, and to his wife Minnie regarding family, mutual friends, and travels in and around France. The remaining letters discuss updates and sales of artwork, the provenance behind specific works of art, and news of personal events and travels. The series also includes two letters to Robert Cassatt from his grandparents and one clipping of Cassatt's obituary from an unidentified French newspaper.
Materials are arranged by document type. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by recipient.
This series has been scanned in its entirety.
Description Container Select
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1903
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Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1904
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2
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1905
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3
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1906
1
4
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1907-1908
1
5
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1909-1914
1
6
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1915-1920
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7
Cassatt, Robert and Minnie, 1921-1925
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8
Cassatt, Robert , 1882
Letters to Robert Cassatt from his grandparents.
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9
Evans, William Thomas, 1911
1
10
Lamb, Miss, 1892-1898
1
11
Stillman, Miss, 1912-1918
1
12
Vollard, circa 1903
1
13
Peter (surname unknown), circa 1906-1914
1
14
Obituary, 1926
1
15

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