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Contents and Arrangement | A Finding Aid to the Max Bohm papers, 1873-1970, bulk 1880-1959 | Digitized Collection

Max Bohm papers, 1873-1970, bulk 1880-1959

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Series 1: Biographical Material, 1898-1970
0.1 linear feet
Box 1, OV 8

Biographical material consists of calling cards for Max Bohm, biographical accounts, professional files, and award certificates from the Société des Artistes Français Salon of 1898, Exposition Universelle de Médaille d'Argent, the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, the Universal Exposition of St. Louis, and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. A file concerning the art club/association The Beachcombers contains the organization's constitution and by-laws, an etching of a party invitation, a booklet of their history, notes and writings, clippings, miscellaneous printed material, and photographs of members participating in costumed events.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Duplicates of papers and printed material have not been scanned.
DescriptionContainer
Calling Cards, Biographical Accounts and Award Certificates, circa 1898-1915
Oversized certificates housed in OV 8.
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Files Concerning The Beachcombers
Constitution and By-Laws, circa 1923
1
2
Notes on Songs and Poems, 1918-circa 1955
1
3
Printed Material, 1917-1970
1
4
Photographs, 1917-1921
1
5
5 Oversized Award Certificates scanned with material from Box 1, Folder 1, circa 1898-1915
OV 8

Series 2: Correspondence, 1880-1955
3.3 linear feet
Boxes 1-4, 7

This series contains correspondence with family members such as Max Bohm's wife Zella and his daughter Esther, as well as professional correspondence with art patron Mary Beecher Longyear and various art dealers.
This series is arranged as 2 subseries.
2.1: Family correspondence, 1880-1955
2.2: Professional Correspondence, 1895-1931
2.1:Family Correspondence, 1880-1955
Family correspondence consists of letters exchanged between various Bohm family members during their long periods of separation. The letters describe Bohm's activities in the studio, his wife's worries about finances and raising the children, and the family's increasing interest in Christian Science. Zella's expressed worries about finances are interspersed with descriptions of the children's idyllic summer days living primarily in French coastal towns, and the family's increasing interest in Christian Science. Several letters have annotations written by Bohm's daughter Esther. Approximately one fourth of the Family Correspondence is written in German, with a few letters in French, and there are some typed English translations of a few of the letters scattered throughout. In addition to correspondence with Zella, there is also correspondence with Max Bohm's aunt, Anna Stuhr; his brothers, Henry and Gustave; his parents, especially his mother Emilie; and his children, Esther and Max, Jr.
DescriptionContainer
Undated Family Correspondence, circa 1890-circa 1923
Oversized letter housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
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Family Correspondence, 1880-1882
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Family Correspondence, 1883
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Family Correspondence, 1884 January-July
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Family Correspondence, 1884 August-December
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Family Correspondence, 1885
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Family Correspondence, 1886
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Family Correspondence, 1887 January-April
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Family Correspondence, 1887 May
1
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Family Correspondence, 1887 June
1
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Family Correspondence, 1887 July
1
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Family Correspondence, 1887 August
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Family Correspondence, 1887 September
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Family Correspondence, 1887 October-November
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Family Correspondence, 1887 December
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Family Correspondence, 1888 January
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Family Correspondence, 1888 February
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Family Correspondence, 1888 March
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Family Correspondence, 1888 April
1
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Family Correspondence, 1888 May-June
1
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Family Correspondence, 1888 July-August
1
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Family Correspondence, 1888 October-December
1
27
Family Correspondence, 1889 January-February
1
28
Family Correspondence, 1889 March-April
1
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Family Correspondence, 1889 May-June
1
30
Family Correspondence, 1889 July
1
31
Family Correspondence, 1889 September-November
1
32
Family Correspondence, 1889 December
1
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Family Correspondence, 1890 January-March
1
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Family Correspondence, 1890 April
1
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Family Correspondence, 1890 May
1
36
Family Correspondence, 1890 June-July
1
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Family Correspondence, 1890 August-September
1
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Family Correspondence, 1890 October-December
1
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Family Correspondence, 1891 January-March
1
40
Family Correspondence, 1891 April-June
1
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Family Correspondence, 1891 July-August
1
42
Family Correspondence, 1891 Septmeber-December
1
43
Family Correspondence, 1892-1893
1
44
Family Correspondence, 1894 January-February
1
45
Family Correspondence, 1894 March-April
1
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Family Correspondence, 1894 May-June
1
47
Family Correspondence, 1894 August-September
1
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Family Correspondence, 1894 October-November
1
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Family Correspondence, 1894 December
1
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Family Correspondence, 1895 January
1
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Family Correspondence, 1895 February
1
52
Family Correspondence, 1895 March-April
1
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Family Correspondence, 1895 May
1
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Family Correspondence, 1895 June-September
1
55
Family Correspondence, 1895 November-December
1
56
Family Correspondence, 1896 June-September
1
57
Family Correspondence, 1896 October
1
58
Family Correspondence, 1896 November-December
Oversized letter from Folder 59 housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
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59
Family Correspondence, 1897 April
1
60
Family Correspondence, 1897 June-October
1
61
Family Correspondence, 1897 November
Oversized letter and letter fragment from Folder 62 housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
1
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Family Correspondence, 1897 December
Oversized letter housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
1
63
Family Correspondence, 1898 January
1
64
Family Correspondence, 1898 February-March
1
65
Family Correspondence, 1898 April-May
1
66
Family Correspondence, 1898 June
1
67
Family Correspondence, 1898 July-August
1
68
Family Correspondence, 1898 September-November
1
69
Family Correspondence, 1898 December
1
70
Family Correspondence, 1899 January
Oversized letter from Folder 71 housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
1
71
Family Correspondence, 1899 February
1
72
Family Correspondence, 1899 March
1
73
Family Correspondence, 1899 April
1
74
Family Correspondence, 1899 May
1
75
Family Correspondence, 1899 June-July
1
76
Family Correspondence, 1899 August
1
77
Family Correspondence, 1899 September
Oversized letter from Folder 78 housed in Box 7, Folder 1.
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78
Family Correspondence, 1899 October-November
1
79
Family Correspondence, 1899 December
1
80
Family Correspondence, 1900 January-June
1
81
Family Correspondence, 1900 July-September
1
82
Family Correspondence, 1900 October
1
83
Family Correspondence, 1900 November
1
84
Family Correspondence, 1900 December
1
85
Family Correspondence, 1901 January
1
86
Family Correspondence, 1901 February
1
87
Family Correspondence, 1901 March-June
1
88
Family Correspondence, 1901 July-August
1
89
Family Correspondence, 1901 September
1
90
Family Correspondence, 1901 October-December
1
91
Family Correspondence, 1902 January-May
1
92
Family Correspondence, 1902 September
1
93
Family Correspondence, 1902 September
1
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Family Correspondence, 1902 September
1
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Family Correspondence, 1902 October-December
1
96
Family Correspondence, 1903 January-March
1
97
Family Correspondence, 1903 April-July
1
98
Family Correspondence, 1903 August-October
1
99
Family Correspondence, 1903 November-December
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100
Family Correspondence, 1904 January-April
2
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Family Correspondence, 1904 May-December
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2
Family Correspondence, 1905 January
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Family Correspondence, 1905 January
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4
Family Correspondence, 1905 February-May
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Family Correspondence, 1905 June-December
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Family Correspondence, 1906
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Family Correspondence, 1907 January-May
2
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Family Correspondence, 1907 June
2
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Family Correspondence, 1907 July
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10
Family Correspondence, 1907 July
2
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Family Correspondence, 1907 July
2
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Family Correspondence, 1907 October
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Family Correspondence, 1907 November-December
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14
Family Correspondence, 1908 January-March
2
15
Family Correspondence, 1908 April-December
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Family Correspondence, 1909 January-March
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Family Correspondence, 1909 April
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Family Correspondence, 1909 May-July
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Family Correspondence, 1909 August
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Family Correspondence, 1909 August
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Family Correspondence, 1909 August
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Family Correspondence, 1909 September
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Family Correspondence, 1909 September
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Family Correspondence, 1909 September
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Family Correspondence, 1909 October
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Family Correspondence, 1909 December
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Family Correspondence, 1910 January-August
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Family Correspondence, 1910 September
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Family Correspondence, 1910 September
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Family Correspondence, 1910 October
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Family Correspondence, 1910 November
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Family Correspondence, 1910 November
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Family Correspondence, 1910 November
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Family Correspondence, 1910 November
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Family Correspondence, 1910 December
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Family Correspondence, 1911 January-April
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Family Correspondence, 1911 May-June
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Family Correspondence, 1911 July
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Family Correspondence, 1911 July
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Family Correspondence, 1911 July
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Family Correspondence, 1911 August
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Family Correspondence, 1911 September-December
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Family Correspondence, 1912 April
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Family Correspondence, 1912 April
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Family Correspondence, 1912 May
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Family Correspondence, 1912 May
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Family Correspondence, 1912 May
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Family Correspondence, 1912 May
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Family Correspondence, 1912 June
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Family Correspondence, 1912 June
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Family Correspondence, 1912 June
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Family Correspondence, 1912 June
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Family Correspondence, 1912 July
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Family Correspondence, 1912 August-December
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Family Correspondence, 1913 January-August
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Family Correspondence, 1913 September-December
2
57
Family Correspondence, 1914 January-March
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Family Correspondence, 1914 April
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Family Correspondence, 1914 April
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 May
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Family Correspondence, 1914 May
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Family Correspondence, 1914 June
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Family Correspondence, 1914 July
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 July
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Family Correspondence, 1914 August
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 September-October
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 November
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 November
2
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Family Correspondence, 1914 December
2
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Family Correspondence, 1915 January
2
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Family Correspondence, 1915 January
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Family Correspondence, 1915 February
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Family Correspondence, 1915 March
2
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Family Correspondence, 1915 April
2
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Family Correspondence, 1915 May-June
2
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Family Correspondence, 1915 July
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Family Correspondence, 1915 July
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Family Correspondence, 1915 July
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Family Correspondence, 1915 August
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80
Family Correspondence, 1915 September
2
81
Family Correspondence, 1915 October-November
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82
Family Correspondence, 1915 December
2
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Family Correspondence, 1916 January
2
84
Family Correspondence, 1916 February-March
2
85
Family Correspondence, 1916 April
2
86
Family Correspondence, 1916 May
2
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Family Correspondence, 1916 May
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Family Correspondence, 1916 May
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Family Correspondence, 1916 July
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Family Correspondence, 1916 July
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Family Correspondence, 1916 July
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Family Correspondence, 1916 September
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Family Correspondence, 1916 September
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Family Correspondence, 1916 September
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Family Correspondence, 1916 September
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Family Correspondence, 1916 September
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Family Correspondence, 1916 October
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Family Correspondence, 1916 October
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Family Correspondence, 1916 November
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Family Correspondence, 1916 December
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Family Correspondence, 1917 January-February
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Family Correspondence, 1917 March
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Family Correspondence, 1917 April
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Family Correspondence, 1917 April
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Family Correspondence, 1917 May
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Family Correspondence, 1917 June
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Family Correspondence, 1917 July-August
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Family Correspondence, 1917 September-December
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Family Correspondence, 1918 January
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Family Correspondence, 1918 January
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Family Correspondence, 1918 February
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Family Correspondence, 1918 March
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Family Correspondence, 1918 April
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Family Correspondence, 1918 May
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Family Correspondence, 1918 June
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Family Correspondence, 1918 July-August
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Family Correspondence, 1918 September
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Family Correspondence, 1918 October
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Family Correspondence, 1918 October
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Family Correspondence, 1918 November
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Family Correspondence, 1918 December
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Family Correspondence, 1919 January
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Family Correspondence, 1919 February
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Family Correspondence, 1919 March
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Family Correspondence, 1919 April
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Family Correspondence, 1919 April
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Family Correspondence, 1919 April
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Family Correspondence, 1919 May
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Family Correspondence, 1919 May
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Family Correspondence, 1919 May
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Family Correspondence, 1919 May
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Family Correspondence, 1919 June
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Family Correspondence, 1919 June
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Family Correspondence, 1919 June
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Family Correspondence, 1919 June
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Family Correspondence, 1919 July
3
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Family Correspondence, 1919 July
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Family Correspondence, 1919 August-September
3
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Family Correspondence, 1919 October
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Family Correspondence, 1919 October
3
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Family Correspondence, 1919 November
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Family Correspondence, 1919 November
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Family Correspondence, 1919 November
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Family Correspondence, 1919 November
3
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Family Correspondence, 1919 December
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Family Correspondence, 1919 December
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Family Correspondence, 1919 December
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Family Correspondence, 1920 January
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Family Correspondence, 1920 February
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Family Correspondence, 1920 March-April
3
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Family Correspondence, 1920 May-September
3
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Family Correspondence, 1920 October-November
3
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Family Correspondence, 1920 December
3
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Family Correspondence, 1921 January
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Family Correspondence, 1921 January
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Family Correspondence, 1921 January
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Family Correspondence, 1921 January
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Family Correspondence, 1921 February
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Family Correspondence, 1921 February
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Family Correspondence, 1921 February
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Family Correspondence, 1921 February
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Family Correspondence, 1921 March
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Family Correspondence, 1921 April
3
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Family Correspondence, 1921 May
3
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Family Correspondence, 1921 June-December
3
77
Family Correspondence, 1922 January-February
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Family Correspondence, 1922 March-May
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Family Correspondence, 1922 June
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Family Correspondence, 1922 December
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Family Correspondence, 1923 January-June
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Family Correspondence, 1923 July
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Family Correspondence, 1923 July
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Family Correspondence, 1923 July
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Family Correspondence, 1923 August
4
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Family Correspondence, 1923 August-September
4
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Family Correspondence, 1924-1955
4
11
Oversized Letters Scanned with Material from Box 1, Folder 6, 59, 62, 63, 71, 78, 1896-circa 1923
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2.2:Professional Correspondence, 1895-1931
Professional correspondence consists of letters discussing art-related business with patron and friend Mary Beecher Longyear, and art dealers Robert and William Macbeth, among others.
DescriptionContainer
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930
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Gage, George E., 1930
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Longyear, Mary Bucher, 1910-1915
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Longyear, Mary Bucher, 1919-1923
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Macbeth, William and Robert, 1912-1930
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Undated Professional Correspondence, circa 1895-circa 1931
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Professional Correspondence, 1895-1909
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Professional Correspondence, 1910
Oversized letters housed in Box 7, Folder 2.
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Professional Correspondence, 1911-1912
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Professional Correspondence, 1913
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Professional Correspondence, 1914
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Professional Correspondence, 1914
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Professional Correspondence, 1915
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Professional Correspondence, 1916-1919
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Professional Correspondence, 1920-1921
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Professional Correspondence, 1923
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Professional Correspondence, 1923
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Professional Correspondence, 1924-1929
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Professional Correspondence, 1930
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Professional Correspondence, 1931
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2 Oversized Letters Scanned with Material from Box 4, Folder 19, 1910
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Series 3: Business Records, 1910-1930
0.2 linear feet
Box 4

Scattered business records include a statement by Max Bohm granting short-term power of attorney to his brother Gustave, price lists concerning real estate, price lists for art work, and miscellaneous tax and banking records, and receipts.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank pages of check registers have not been scanned.
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Power of Attorney, 1922
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Income Tax Return, 1922
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Real Estate Price Lists, circa 1910-circa 1930
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Undated Price Lists for Art Work, circa 1924-circa 1930
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Price Lists for Art Work, 1924-1930
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Lists of Art Work, circa 1930
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Check Registers, 1921-1922
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Check Registers, 1922-1923
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Check Registers, 1923
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Check Registers, 1926
4
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Miscellaneous Receipts, 1910-1919
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Miscellaneous Receipts, 1920-1930
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43

Series 4: Diaries, 1887-1916
0.2 linear feet
Box 4

Five diaries and loose diary entries were written by Zella Bohm and contain detailed descriptions of activities and thoughts, some drawings, notes, and financial notations, as well as annotations by her daughter, Esther. One diary was transcribed prior to donation.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank pages of diaries have not been scanned.
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Loose Diary Pages, circa 1887-1916
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Diary, 1887
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Diary, 1897 October-1898 May
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Diary, 1898 May-September
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Typescript of Diary, 1905 February-July
4
48
Loose Diary Pages, 1905 September-December
4
49
Diary, 1905-1915
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50
Diary, 1916
4
51

Series 5: Notes and Writings, 1882-circa 1970
0.2 linear feet
Boxes 4, 7

Notes and writings include notebooks containing original short stories and miscellaneous sketches by Bohm, miscellaneous notes including several written by Bohm's daughter Esther, and miscellaneous writings by and about Bohm. Also included is a souvenir map of an Atlantic voyage annotated with the location of the Titanic's sinking.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank pages of notebooks are not scanned.
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Notebook 1, 1882
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Notebook 2, 1884
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Miscellaneous Notes by and about Max Bohm, circa 1912-circa 1920
Oversized map housed in Box 7, Folder 2.
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Miscellaneous Notes by Esther Bohm Locke, circa 1970
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Illustrated Manuscript "A Trip to Mt. Marcy" by Max Bohm, circa 1890-circa 1915
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Typescript, "An Artist's Philosophy" by Max Bohm, circa 1910-circa 1923
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Typescript, "A Souvenir of Max Bohm" by Louis K. Anspacher, 1945
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Miscellaneous Writings by Bohm Family Members, 1909-circa 1930
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59
Miscellaneous Writings about Max Bohm by Others, circa 1900-circa 1920
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60
Oversized Route Map of
S. S. Rochambeau
Voyage with Annotation about the
Titanic
scanned with material from Box 4, Folder 54, 1912
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Series 6: Artwork, 1873-1951
31 folders
Boxes 4-5, 7, OVs 8-10

Art work consists of fifteen sketchbooks, drawings including a self-portrait, oil paintings on board and on unstretched canvases, and works by others including a batik design on silk by Zella Bohm, a watercolor by Bohm's aunt, Anna Stuhr Weitz, and an oil portrait of Zella by her granddaughter.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank pages of sketchbooks were not scanned.
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Undated Sketchbook 1, circa 1878-circa 1880
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Undated Sketchbook 2, circa 1878-circa 1880
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Undated Sketchbook 3, circa 1878-circa 1880
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Undated Sketchbook 4, circa 1880
Oversized notebook housed in Box 7, Folder 3.
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64
Undated Sketchbook 5, circa 1887-circa 1890
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Sketchbook 6, 1873
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Sketchbook 7, 1874
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Sketchbook 8, 1876
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Sketchbook 9, 1880
Oversized sketchbook housed in Box 7, Folder 3.
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Sketchbook 10, 1884
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Sketchbook 11, 1884
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Sketchbook 12, 1889
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Sketchbook 13, 1910
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Sketchbook 14, 1912
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Sketchbook 15, 1914
Oversized sketchbook housed in Box 7, Folder 3.
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Undated Drawings, circa 1874- circa 1914
10 Oversized drawings from Folder 1 housed in Box 7, Folder 4.
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Undated Drawings, circa 1874- circa 1914
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Undated Drawings, circa 1874- circa 1914
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Undated Drawings, circa 1874- circa 1914
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Drawings, 1874-1878
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Drawings, 1880-1881
Oversized drawing from Folder 6 housed in Box 7, Folder 4.
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Drawings, 1883-1914
3 Oversized drawings housed in Box 7, Folder 4.
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7
Drawings by Others, 1879-1916
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Paintings, circa 1905-circa 1920
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Paintings, circa 1905-circa 1920
9 Oversized paintings from Box 5, Folder 10 housed in Box 7, Folder 5 and OVs 9-10.
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Painting and Batik Design on Silk by Zella Bohm, circa 1900-circa 1920
Oversized batik painting housed in OV 8.
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Watercolor by Anna Stuhr Weitz, 1896
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Painting of Zella Bohm by Anne Locke, 1951
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Oversized Sketchbooks 4, 9, 15 Scanned with Box 4, Folder 64, 69, 75, circa 1880-1914
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14 Oversized Undated Drawings Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 1, 6, 7, circa 1874-1914
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3 Oversized Oil Paintings on Unstretched Canvases Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 10, circa 1905-circa 1920
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Oversized Batik Design on Silk by Zella Bohm Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 11, circa 1900-circa 1920
OV 8
3 Oversized Oil Paintings on Unstretched Canvases Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 10, circa 1905-circa 1920
OV 9
3 Oversized Oil Paintings on Unstretched Canvases Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 10, circa 1905-circa 1920
OV 10

Series 7: Printed Material and Motion Picture Film, 1886-1957
0.8 linear feet
Boxes 5-7, FC 11-12

Printed material includes clippings of reviews for exhibitions which Max Bohm participated in, as well as exhibition announcements and catalogs for Bohm and for others, and reproductions of art work by Bohm and others. There is also a 16mm (positive) copy and a 35mm (negative) copy of a silent black and white Pathé newsreel titled
Six Foot Art, in Which Max Bohm, Member of the National Academy Tells How He Does It
showing Max Bohm describing his method of preparing mentally and physically to create a painting.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Duplicates of clippings and the backs of clippings have not been scanned. Only the cover, title page, and relevant pages were scanned in magazines with content about Max Bohm. The 2 film reels of
Six Foot Art
were not scanned for digitization.
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Undated Clippings, circa 1888-circa 1923
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Undated Clippings, circa 1888-circa 1923
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Clippings, 1888-1896
Oversized newspaper and magazine housed in Box 7, Folders 6-7.
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Clippings, 1897
Oversized magazine housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1898-1899
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Clippings, 1900-1909
Oversized clipping housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1910
Oversized magazine housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1911
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Clippings, 1912
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Clippings, 1912
Oversized magazines from Folder 23 housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1913
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Clippings, 1914
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Clippings, 1915
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Clippings, 1916
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Clippings, 1916
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Clippings, 1916
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Clippings, 1917
Oversized magazine housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1918-1922
Oversized magazine housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1923
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Clippings, 1924
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Clippings, 1925
Oversized magazine housed in Box 7, Folder 7.
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Clippings, 1926
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Clippings, 1927
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Clippings, 1928-1957
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Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, circa 1916-1932
6
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Catalogue Illustre du Salon
, 1886
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Catalogue Illustre du Salon
, 1886
6
10
Reproductions of Art Work for YMCA Publications, circa 1909-circa 1915
6
11
Miscellaneous Reproductions of Art Work by Others, circa 1910-circa 1923
6
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Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1891-circa 1907
6
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Six Foot Art, in Which Max Bohm, Member of the National Academy Tells How He Does It
, 1924
2 Motion Picture Film Reels stored separately in film cans numbered FC 11-12.
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Oversized Newspaper Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 16, 1891
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Oversized Magazines Scanned with Material from Box 5, Folder 16-17, 19-20, 23, 30; Box 6, Folders 1, 4, 1895-1925
7
7
Motion Picture Film Reel of
Six Foot Art
from Box 6, Folder 14, 1924
1 film reel
35mm film; copy
FC 11
Motion Picture Film Reel of
Six Foot Art
from Box 6, Folder 14, 1924
1 film reel
16mm reel; copy
FC 12

Series 8: Photographs, 1886-1959
0.2 linear feet
Boxes 6-7

Photographs are of Bohm, his family, colleagues including Clyde du Vernet Hunt in his studio and a Salmagundi Club dinner, views of the town of Etaples, France, where Bohm spent his early career, and of works of art by Bohm and others.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Blank sides of photographs were not scanned. Transparencies and slides that were developed into photographic prints found in the same folder were not scanned.
DescriptionContainer
Photographs of Max Bohm, 1886-1899
6
15
Photographs of the Bohm Family and Colleagues, 1860-1922
Oversized photographs housed in Box 7, Folder 8.
6
16
Photographs of Etaples, France, circa 1898
6
17
Photographs of Views of Pension Gloanee and Esther Bohm Locke in Pont-Aven, France, 1959
6
18
Photographs of Art Work, circa 1899-circa 1918
Oversized photograph housed in Box 7, Folder 8.
6
19
Photographs of Art Work by Clyde du Vernet Hunt, 1897
6
20
Oversized Photographs of Bohm's Grandparents and Other Relatives, Clyde du Vernet Hunt in His Studio, and a Salmagundi Club Dinner Scanned with Material from Box 6, Folder 16, 1860-1922
7
8
Oversized Photograph of Art Work Scanned with Material from Box 6, Folder 19, 1918
7
8

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