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Max Weber papers, 1902-2008

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Series 6: Writings , circa 1910s-1999
0.6 Linear feet
Box 7-8

Writings consist of draft manuscripts and typescripts by Max Weber as well as writings by others. Weber's writings concern art theory, impressions of other artists such as Matisse, Rousseau, and Cezanne, as well as social and political issues. Miscellaneous writings by Weber include untitled essays, fragments, notes, draft lectures and speeches, and lists. Writings by others include essays about Weber as well as writings by his friend Temple Scott and poetry by his wife Frances.
Writings by Weber are filed first followed by writings by others which are arranged alphabetically by author.
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"Adult Dolls", circa 1930s
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55
"Art Consciousness", 1916
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56
"Art Eternal", undated
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57
"At the Tomb of Mrs. L. R. Miller", circa 1950s
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58
"The Matisse Class", 1951
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59
"Statement to National Gallery", 1941
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60
"Whither American Art?", 1937
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61
Annotated Proofs of Essays, circa 1940s
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1-3
Letters to the Editor, 1917-1918
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4
Pocket Notebook, circa 1910s
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5
Writings on Cezanne, circa 1920s-1950s
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6
Writings on Plastic Art, circa 1940s
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7
Writings on Rousseau and Matisse, circa 1940s-1950s
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8
Miscellaneous Writings and Notes, 1910s-1950s
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9-15
Notes Taken by Students in Life-Class at Art Students League, 1926
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16
Katherine Coffey, "Max Weber", circa 1959
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17
Percy North, "Max Weber, Pablo Picasso, and the Introduction of Cubism to America", 1999
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18
O. John Rogge, "An Appeal to Moderates", circa 1950s
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19
Temple Scott, "The Faubourg Saint Bronnex: A Study of a Post-Impressionist Artist", 1911- 1912
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20
Temple Scott, "The Lady and the Singing Bird", circa 1910s
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21
Frances Weber, Poetry, circa 1916
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22
Alfred Werner, Manuscript for "Max Weber", 1972
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23
Unknown Author, "Hyphenated American Modernists: Mark Rothko's Peers", circa 1990s
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24
Unknown Author, "Max Weber", circa 1950s
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25

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