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Walter Pach papers, 1857-1980

Contents and Arrangement

The Walter Pach papers are arranged as ten series.

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Series 1: Biographical Material , 1884-circa 1950s
9 Folders
Box 1, 9

This series includes a copy of Pach's birth certificate, high school and college graduation programs, Pach's 1948 passport, and association and club certificates and membership cards. A leather satchel containing passports for Walter Pach (1929) and Magda Pach (1937) in addition to documents relating to Magda Pach's family and her education at Hunter College, can also be found here. A leather wallet includes identification cards and photographs of Magda and her father, Auguste Frohberg.
Fragments from a 1925 day book include names and addresses and a handwritten autobiographical sketch. A 1938 day book also contains names and addresses.
Additional records relating to the Pach family include Magda Pach's certificate of attendance at the New York University Department of Fine Arts summer school in 1926, an obituary, and a funeral guest book for Magda Pach; death notices for Gotthelf Pach; and a birth certificate receipt and a military intelligence training center course certificate (1944) for Raymond Pach.
This series has been scanned in entirety.
Description Container Select
Pach, Walter, circa 1898-1948
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 1
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1-2
Pach, Walter, Address Book, 1938
1
3
Pach, Walter, Address Book Fragment with Autobiographical Notes, circa 1925
1
4
Pach, Walter, Leather Satchel and Contents, 1884-1950
1
5
Pach, Walter, Wallet and Contents, circa 1900-circa 1950s
1
6
Pach, Gotthelf, 1916-1925
1
7
Pach, Magda, 1926, 1950
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 2
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8
Pach, Raymond, 1915, 1944
1
9
Oversized Pach, Walter, 1907-1948
Oversized material scanned with Box 1, Folder 2
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1
Oversized Pach, Magda, 1926, 1950
Oversized material scanned with Box 1, Folder 8
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2

Series 2: Correspondence , 1883-1980
2.1 Linear feet
Box 1-3, FC 23

This series contains family correspondence and extensive professional letters from noted artists and art world figures including critics, writers, collectors, museums and other art institutions. Scattered letters from Pach can also be found here.
This series is arranged as two subseries.
  • 2.1: Family Correspondence, 1883-1980
  • 2.2. General Correspondence, 1903-1969
This series has been scanned in entirety with the exception of the film reel in 2.1. Use of archival audiovisual recording with no duplicate access copy requires advance notice.
2.1: Family Correspondence, 1883-1980
Found here are letters from Magda to Walter Pach and to his parents from Pach's son Raymond, who spent many years abroad pursuing an operatic career. Included are letters written when Raymond Pach was stationed in Europe at the end of World War II. Raymond Pach's correspondence also includes a 1945 letter from Jacques Villon and snapshots of the Pach family.
Correspondence with Pach's brother, Alfred Pach, and nephew, also named Alfred, includes letters relating to the family businesses of Pach Brothers Photographers, and The Print Galleries.
Correspondence of Pach's parents, Frances Wise and Gotthelf, include letters to Pach and other family members, and letters from Pach's school which provide insight into the mind and abilities of the school-age Pach.
Nikifora Pach's correspondence includes several letters to Pach and drafts of letters to various people written after Pach's death, some of which related to arrangements for events, including an exhibition and a lecture. Also found here is 1 film reel relating to "Youth Center 1" at the Hellenic Eastern Orthodox Church of New York.
Description Container
Frohberg Family, 1933-1938, 1951-1958
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10
Pach, Alfred Sr. and Pach Alfred Jr. (Pach Brothers), 1911-1958
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11
Pach, Frances Wise and Gotthelf, 1894-1922
1
12
Pach, Magda, 1921-1950
1
13
Pach, Nikifora, 1953-1980
1
14
Pach, Nikifora, "Youth Center 1:Board of Trustees," Hellenic Eastern Orthodox Church of New York, circa 1941
1 film reel
Original label on reel reads: "Youth Center 1: Board of Trustees; Koukouzis @ Nasis; Mrs. Paritsi's Class; Nature Club in color; Arts and Crafts. God bless the old days" Also reads: "[Hellenic Eastern Orthodox Church of New York]"; "[Pach's widow Nikifora]"
16 mm
Motion picture film stored separately in film can numbered FC 23.
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15
Pach, Raymond, circa 1920-1940
1
16
Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1944-1950
1
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Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1951
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Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1952-1953
1
19
Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1954 January-July
1
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Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1954 August-1955
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Pach, Raymond and Ruth, 1956-1957
1
22
Miscellaneous, 1883-1897
1
23
1 Motion Picture Film Reel from Box 1, Folder 15
Oversized material from Box 1, Folder 15
FC 23
2.2: General Correspondence, 1903-1969
This series documents Pach's relationships with artists, writers, collectors, museums and other noted art-world figures throughout his life. Early letters record Pach's role in the 1913 Armory Show and the fate of various artists during World War I. Among artists who corresponded with Pach are Arthur B. Davies, Marcel Duchamp, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Maurice Prendergast, Diego Rivera, Morton Livingston Schamberg, John Sloan, and Alfred Stieglitz. There are also circa 100 letters from Pach's lifelong friend, Jacques Villon and letters from Thomas Eakins's widow Susan.
Pach's role in the development of the art collections of Walter Arensberg and John Quinn is documented in letters from Marcel Duchamp, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Raoul Dufy, Jean Le Roy, Georges Roualt, and Frederic C. Torrey. Also of note are letters from Bryson Burroughs, curator of painting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Letters from art historians, critics and writers such as Bernard Berenson, Van Wyck Brooks, Elie Faure and Leo Stein document their responses to Pach's writings on art, and provide insight into the flow of avant-garde ideas from Europe and their reception abroad. These letters also provide documentation of the European and American art markets in the early twentieth century by referencing responses to, and sales of, work by individual artists.
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American Council of Learned Societies, 1944-1946
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24
Archives of American Art, 1957-1958
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25
A, General, 1914-1963
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26
Berenson, Bermard, 1921-1955
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27-28
Bing, Al and Florence, 1930-1932, circa 1917
1
29
Brancusi, Constantin, 1913-1917
1
30
Brooks, Eleanor and Van Wyck, circa 1928-1959
1
31
Burdett Frost, Arthur, 1912-1924
1
32
Burroughs, Bryson, 1930-1932
1
33
B, General: Ba-Be, 1905-1965
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34
B, General: Bo-By, 1912-1963
1
35
Charlot, Jean, circa 1922-circa 1925
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36
C, Miscellaneous: Ca-Cl, 1907-1945
Letter from Rufus Clement includes photos of Pach and others at an exhibition, probably Atlanta University, circa 1945
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37
C, Miscellaneous: Co-Cr, 1917-1957
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38
Davies, Arthur B., 1909-1913
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39
Duchamp, Marcel, circa 1915-1943
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40-41
Duchamp-Villon, Raymond and Yvonne, 1957, circa 1913-1921
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42-44
Dufy, Raoul, 1915-1916
1
45
D, General: Da-De, 1905-1963
1
46
D, General: D'H-Du, 1915-1961
1
47
Eakins, Susan Macdowell, 1926-1933
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1
E, General, 1947-1960
Includes sympathy letter on Magda Pach's death from Ralph and Fanny Ellison
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2
Faure, Elie, circa 1912-1920
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3
Faure, Elie, 1921-1923
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4
Faure, Elie, 1924-1925
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5
Faure, Elie, 1926-1929
2
6
Faure, Elie, 1930-1937
2
7
F, General, 1912-1961
2
8
Guggenheimer, Ida E., circa 1930-1937
2
9
G, General, 1916-1962
2
10
Harper's Magazine, 1932-1945, 1965
2
11
Hassam, Childe, 1917-1932
2
12
H, General, 1913-1956
2
13
I, General, 1911-1958
2
14
J, General, 1912-1962
2
15
Kane, L. L. and Sybil Kent, 1917-1922
2
16
Kent, H. W., 1938-1948
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17
Kipnis, Lasar, 1942
2
18
K, General, 1925-1949
2
19
La Follette, Suzanne (Clara), circa 1921-1927
Includes letter from Alfred Stieglitz to Mr. Huebach
2
20
Le Roy, Jean, circa 1913-circa 1918
2
21
Le Roy, Madame, 1916-1918
2
22
Lipchitz, Jacques, circa 1946-1955
2
23
Lipman, Jean, 1942-1943
2
24
Lombard, Louis, 1938, 1912-1917
2
25
L, General: La-Le, circa 1911-1959
2
26
L, General: Li-Ly, circa 1905-1958
2
27
Matisse, Henri, 1951, 1912-1924
2
28
Mercereau, Alexandre, circa 1914-1915
Includes photo of Mercereau
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29
Moe, Henry Allen, 1942-1949
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30
Mumford, Lewis, 1957, 1923-1930
2
31
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1961-1963
Includes corresondence with Nikifora Pach regarding the Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition.
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32-33
"Museum of the New World", 1945-1946
Correspondence with various publishers regarding Pach's manuscript
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34
M, General: Ma, 1919-1969
Includes letters (one is illustrated) from Xavier Martinez
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35
M, General: Me-Mi, 1920-1959
2
36
M, General: Mo-Mu, 1906-1962
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37
N, General, 1924-1962
2
38
Of, George, circa 1914-1954
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39
Ogihara, Moriye, circa 1907-1908
2
40
Orozco, José Clemente, circa 1923-1928
2
41
O, General, 1924-1962
2
42
Pantheon Books Inc., 1947-1951
2
43
Perlman, Bennard B., 1962
2
44
Pochapin, M. M. (Art Movement Inc.), 1942
2
45
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil, 1909-1922
2
46
P, General, 1931-1964
2
47
Redon, Camille and Odilon, circa 1913-1922
2
48
Rivera, Diego and Lupe de Rivera, 1922-1942
2
49
Rockefeller Foundation, 1944-1947
2
50
Roualt, Georges, circa 1915-1916
2
51
R, General: Ra-Ri, 1908-1958
2
52
R, General: Ro-Ry, 1904-1968
2
53
Schamberg, Morton Livingston, 1908-1918
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54
Severini, Gino, 1916-1932
2
55
Sloan, John and Helen, circa 1920-1943, 1962
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56
Smyth, E. D., 1911-1934
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57
Socard, Maurice and Mary, 1909-1950
2
58
Stein, Leo, circa 1914-1932
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59
Strasser, Arthur and Edna (Riegelman, Strasser, Schwartz & Spiegelberg), circa 1930-1958
Includes legal records, some relating to a visa for Nikifora Pach and the estate of Magda Pach
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60
Strasser, John, 1942-1943
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61
S, General: Sa-Se, circa 1942-1968
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62
S, General: Sh-Sm, 1910-1953
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63
S, General: Sp-Su, circa 1912-1949
2
64
Torrey, Frederick C., 1918-1919
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65
Tucker, Allen, 1931-1950
2
66
T, General, circa 1911-1952
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1
Ureña, Pedro Henriquez, 1922-1942
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2
U, General, 1918, 1943-1951
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3
Van der Laan, Annie and Piet, circa 1907-1921
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4
Verne, Henri (Ministere de L'Instructions Publique et des Beaux-Arts), 1931-1932
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5
Villon, Jacques and Gaby, circa 1913-1919
3
6
Villon, Jacques and Gaby, 1920-1929
3
7-9
Villon, Jacques and Gaby, 1932-1940
3
10-12
Villon, Jacques and Gaby, 1944-1950
3
13-14
Villon, Jacques and Gaby, 1951-1958
3
15-16
V, General, 1903-1944
3
17
Wheeler, Clifton A., 1910-1935
3
18
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1962-1969
3
19
Wilmot, Ruth A., circa 1911-1917, 1941
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20
World's Fair, 1939-1940
3
21
W, General, circa 1905-1963
3
22
Y, General, 1929-1958
3
23
Empty Envelopes, 1908-1922
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24
First Names Only, circa 1912-1957
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25
Illegible/Unsigned, circa 1917-1958
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26

Series 3: Writings , 1899-circa 1950s
2.5 Linear feet
Box 3-5

Writings comprise hand-written manuscripts, typescripts, annotated drafts and notes for published and unpublished writings by Pach, including lectures and addresses, books, and journal and newspaper articles. Also found are school essays and writings, and fragments, memoranda and notes. Of particular note is a bound, 242 page manuscript handwritten with illustrations and photographs which Pach wrote on the subject of aesthetics while at City College of New York.
Writings by others include poems, book chapters, articles and prose by Apollinaire, Baudelaire, Faure, Le Roy, Roualt, Villon and others.
Series is arranged as 2 subseries
  • 3.1: Writings by Pach, 1899-circa 1950s
  • 3.2: Writings by Others, circa 1910-circa 1950s
This series has been scanned in entirety with the exception of duplicates.
3.1: Writings by Pach, 1899-circa 1950s
Many of the handwritten and edited typescript versions of published and unpublished manuscripts found here are written on the backs of pages containing pencil figure studies by Pach, showing his dual concerns as an artist and writer.
The series contains the original 381 page typescript of Queer Thing, Painting with handwritten revisions; drafts of essays, and notebooks of addresses and lectures, circa 1920s-1950s, documenting classes which Pach taught at the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University and the University of Mexico amongst others; and drafts of miscellaneous published and unpublished writings.
The series contains a 242 page bound manuscript, hand-written with illustrations and mounted photographs, entitled "A Course of Lectures on Aesthetics as Delivered by Professor Solomon Woolf and Doctor Leigh Hunt, Before the Senior Class, and as Noted by Walter Pach of Section Five."
Memoranda, fragments of writings and notes as well as a card index noting works of art can be found at the end of the series. A folder of lists includes one labeled "Fuchs Daumier" and one entitled "Collection of the Duc de Trévise, Galerie Charpentier, May 19, 1938" with art value or price.
3.1.1: Addresses and Lectures, circa 1920-1951
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Address, Art Society of Independent Artists Dinner for John Sloan, 1941
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27
Address, Cultural Service of the U.S., circa 1951
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28
Address, Second Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, circa 1940s
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29
Address, Fourth and Tenth Conferences on Science, Philosophy and Religion, circa 1940s
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30
Address, Symposium on the Art of Henri Matisse at the Museum of Modern Art, 1951
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31
Lecture Notes, circa 1940s
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32
Lecture Notes, Berkeley, circa 1920s
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33
Lecture Notes, Columbia University, 1937-1939
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34
Lecture Notes and Syllabus for "The Culture of Spain" Course, University of Mexico, 1922-circa 1940s
3
35
Radio Talk for Station NJZ, "Shall We Move Europe to America?", 1932 November 30
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36
"Ten Lectures on 'Evolution in American Art'", 1950
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37-38
3.1.2: Manuscripts and Typescripts, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Description Container
"A Modernist in Greece", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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39
"A New Found American Painter" (Essay on Jose Hermenigildo Bustos), circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
40
"A New Outlook for American Art", circa 1936
3
41
"American Art Today", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
42
"Ananias Six Months Later", circa 1928-1929
3
43
"Ananias Two Years After", 1930
3
44
"Ancient Art Through Modern Eyes", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
45
Book Reviews, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
46
"Bryson Burroughs (1869-1934)", 1934
3
47
"Catalogue of the Speyer Collection with Descriptive Notes by Walter Pach", 1925
3
48
"Corot", circa 1950s
3
49
"Dancing and Painting", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
50
"French Art in the XIX Century", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
51
"French Artists in the War", circa 1920
3
52
"Gericault," First U. S. Exhibition, Marie Sterner Gallery, 1936
3
53
"I Was Born in New York City in 1883...", Autobiographical Essay, circa 1935-1941
3
54
"John B. Flannagan", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
55
"Le Classicisme de Delacroix", circa 1940s
3
56
"Le Mouvement Moderne Aux Etats-Unis", 1913
3
57
Letters to Editors, circa 1947-1955
3
58
"Mystery Stories in Art", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
59
"New Found Values in Ancient America" Published in Parnassus, 1935
3
60
"On Later Classics", circa 1950s
3
61-62
On the Society of Independent Artists, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
63
"Outlines of Three Projected Articles by Walter Pach", 1948
3
64
"Profiles: Live Things Stay Alive", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
3
65
"Prometheus or the True Artist", 1935
3
66-67
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft, circa 1938
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"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapters 3-4, circa 1938
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2
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapters 6-7, 9, circa 1938
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3
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapter 16, circa 1938
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4
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapter 17, circa 1938
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5
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapter 24, circa 1938
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6
"Queer Thing, Painting," Draft inc. Chapter 29, circa 1938
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7
"Queer Thing, Painting," Photographs, circa 1938
Includes photo of Maurice Prendergast by M.D.C. Crawford and photo of J. Pierpoint Morgan by Pach Brothers
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8
"Raymond Duchamp-Villon", circa 1931
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9
"Renoir," Corrected Proof, circa 1950s
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10
"Renoir," Correspondence and Drafts, circa 1950s
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11-12
"Renoir," Plates, circa 1950s
4
13-14
"Renoir, Rubens and the Thurneyssen Family", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
4
15
"Reproductions and Originals at the Museum of Modern Art", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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16
"Rough Prospects for a Magazine to be Called 'Ladies and Gentleman'", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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17
"Sacred and Profane Art in the Wadsworth Atheneum...", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
4
18
"Scopasian Head", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
4
19
Short Stories, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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20-21
"Six Tableaux D'Ingres Retrouves en Amerique", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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22
"Some Paintings by Toulouse-Lautrec", 1917
4
23
"Sur Pierre-Auguste Renoir", 1912
4
24
"The Art Museum in America," Draft 1, circa 1940s
4
25
"The Art Museum in America," Draft 2, circa 1940s
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"The Art Museum in America," Draft 3, circa 1940s
  • Introduction and Chapter 1
  • Problems and Theories
  • The Problem of the American Artist
  • Casts and Other Reproductions
  • The Museum and Education
  • The Museum and the Public
  • The Museum of the New World
  • Supplement: A List of Museums of Art in the United States
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29-34
"The Art Museum in America," Draft 4, circa 1940s
  • Preface and Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: On Art Museums
  • Chapter 4: The Achievement
  • Chapter 5: Problems and Theories and The Problem of the American Artist
  • Chapter 5: The Museum and the Public
  • Chapter 6: The Museum of the New World
  • Supplement
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35-40
"The Art Museum in America," Fragments, circa 1940s
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 3
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41
"The Century of Grace," Published in The Nation, 1935
4
42
"The Child in the Work of Diego Rivera", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
4
43
"The Choice of Artists in American Art", 1948
4
44
"The Collection of John Quinn, Part One: The Collector", 1948
4
45
"The Makers of Modern Art", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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46-48
"The Oldest American University", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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"The Outlook for Modern Art," Published in Parnassus, 1936
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2
"The Shilling Fund", circa 1946
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3
"Unknown Aspects of Mexican Painting", circa 1943
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4
"Van Gogh's Letters to Anton Van Rappard" Introduction, 1936
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5
"Variations in Consciousness (or Knowledge) During the Work of the Artist", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
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"Vincent Van Gogh", circa 1936
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"Vincent Van Gogh 1853-1890", 1936
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8-10
"Whitney Museum Symposium", circa 1920s-circa 1950s
5
11
Oversized, "The Art Museum in America", circa 1940s
Oversized material scanned with Box 4, Folder 41
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3.1.3: School Writings, 1899-1912
"Lectures on Aesthetics" is Pach's bound manuscript entitled "A Course of Lectures on Aesthetics as Delivered by Professor Solomon Woolf and Doctor Leigh Hunt, Before the Senior Class, and as Noted by Walter Pach of Section Five."
Description Container
"Lectures on Aethsetics", circa 1903
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12
School Essays, 1899-1902
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13
School Notes, Biology Notebook, CCNY, 1903
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14
School Notes, "Lycee Charlemagne - Un Cours de Bonheur. L'Oeuvre de M. Henry Marx" Notebook 1, 1911-1912
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15
School Notes, "Lycee Charlemagne - Un Cours de Bonheur. L'Oeuvre de M. Henry Marx" Notebook 2, 1911-1912
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16
3.1.4: Fragments, Memos and Notes, circa 1910-circa 1950
Series includes bibliographic citations, price lists, notes on paintings, lists of people to see, notes for a report to Henry Allen Moe, expenses, notes from readings, recipes for gesso and glue, lists of plates for Faure's History of Art; and research notes on Delacroix, Renoir, and Courbet.
Also found is a set of index cards of artwork arranged A-Z by artist.
Description Container
Fragments, Memos and Notes, circa 1910-circa 1950s
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Index Cards of Artwork, A-J by Artist, circa 1910-circa 1950s
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22
Index Cards of Artwork, K-Z by Artist, circa 1910-circa 1950s
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Lists, circa 1910-circa 1950s
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24
3.2: Writings by Others, circa 1910-circa 1950s
Series includes typescripts and handwritten copies of poems, chapters of books, articles, and prose by Apollinaire, Baudelaire, Faure, Le Roy, Mallarmé, Rouault, Villon, and others.
Description Container
Authors: Appollinaire-Faure, circa 1910-circa 1950s
  • Apollinaire, Guillaume
    , "The Book of Beasts," 1911
  • Baudelaire, Charles
    , "Les Flerus du Mal"
  • Collier, John
    , "The Role of Evaluation in Social Research," circa 1953
  • Cuesta, J.
    , "Song to a Funeral God"
  • Faure, Elie
    , "History of Art: Modern Art, chapter 3"
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Authors: Haigh-Villon, circa 1910-circa 1950s
  • Haigh, Frances S.
    and
    Hovey, Angelica
    V. R., "Walter Pach"
  • Le Roy, Jean
    , "Printemps"
  • Mallarme, Stephane
    , "Vers et Prose"
  • Roualt, Georges
    , "A Little Poem in Popular Style Addressed to an American Who Loves France"
  • Villon, Jacques
    , "Expose Preliminaire sur la Peinture, Le Peinture Dans la Societe Moderne," UNESCO International Conference of Artists, 1952
  • Villon, Jacques
    , "Les Poilus" ("The Shaggy Men")
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26
Authors: Unidentified, circa 1910-circa 1950s
5
27
Authors: Various, Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1940s-1950s
5
28-29

Series 4: Diaries and Journals , 1903-circa 1950s
5 Folders
Box 5

Of particular note is a travel diary, dated 1903-1904, recording Pach's trips to Europe with William Merritt Chase's class. The entries include reflections on life abroad, fellow classmates Morton Livingston Schamberg and Charles Sheeler, Pach's early interest in Japonisme and active collecting of Japanese art, including prints by master ukiyo-e artists Hokusai and Hiroshige, and the purchase in Holland of a Manga book (an artist's instructional manual) by Hokusai.
Also included here is a folder of addresses recording Pach's contacts in Mexico in 1942-1943 and an address book with journal entries made during a UNESCO Congress of Critics in Paris, circa 1948.
A "Shelley Birthday Book" notes birthdays of Pach family members and friends.
This series has been scanned in entirety.
Description Container Select
Addresses and Diary, UNESCO Congress of Critics in Paris, circa 1948
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30
Addresses, "Mexico 1942-1943", 1942-1943
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31
Journal, 1903-1904
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32
Journal, Loose Pages, 1904
5
33
"Shelley Birthday Book", circa 1950s
5
34

Series 5: Business Records , circa 1913-circa 1960s
0.3 Linear feet
Box 5-6

Of particular note in this series are two record books: one in which Pach recorded sales for the Armory Show, New York beginning February 18th and ending March 15, 1913, listing the person purchasing each picture and the amount paid, and "signed off" with the inscription "OK" and the initials "JM," presumably Jerome Myers; the second in which Pach recorded sales for the Armory Show in Boston and Chicago beginning March 23 and ending April 30, 1913, also signed off by "JM."
Other items of note include an "agenda" book from 1930-1932 which contains lists of paintings owned and sold by Pach in addition to what appears to be an inventory of his belongings, including contents of the Pach apartment; and two record books containing a "record of pictures, writings and lectures," notes on "pictures sold, exchanged or presented," and a list of "places where I have lectured." The books cover the years 1903-1950s.
One folder contains consignment lists for Pach's paintings and etchings at Kraushaar Galleries and E. Weyhe in 1934.
A record book belonging to Nikifora Pach contains notes on loans and sales of pictures in the late 1950s, in addition to enclosures documenting loan and consignment transactions with Zabriskie Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, and others in the early 1960s. Also found is a photocopy of a list of paintings belonging to Pach and given to Nikifora Pach in the 1950s.
Folders are arranged alphabetically by title.
The bulk of this series has been scanned. Routine personal business records including life and medical insurance records, property and tax records and financial and legal papers relating to Raymond Pach, have not been scanned.
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Account Books, 1930-1958
5
35
"Agenda" Book Listing Paintings Owned and Sold by Pach, 1930-1932
5
36
Bank Statements and Receipts, circa 1950s
5
37
Consignment Lists, 1934
5
38
Financial and Legal Papers, Magda and Raymond Pach, 1939-1950
5
39
Income Tax Records, 1946-1952
5
40
Insurance, Life and Medical, 1924-1958
5
41
Insurance, Property, 1937-1943
5
42
Investment Records, 1943-1944
5
43
Library of Congress Cards and Copyright Certificates, circa 1913
5
44
List of Books, circa 1930s-1950s
5
45
Lists of Paintings by/belonging to Pach Given to Nikifora Pach (photocopies), 1951-1958
5
46
Medical Expenses/Records, 1948-1957
5
47
Notebook Recording Sales at the Armory Show, New York, 1913 February-March
5
48
Notebook Recording Sales at the Armory Show, Boston, Chicago, 1913 March-April
5
49
Property Records, 1930s-1960s
6
1-2
Record Book of Nikifora Pach, 1950s-1960s
6
3
Records of Pictures Sold, Lectures and Publications, circa 1903-circa 1962
6
4

Series 6: Printed Material , circa 1900-1977
1.3 Linear feet
Box 6-7, 9

Printed material relating to Pach and others, includes rare exhibition announcements and catalogs such as a 1913 Boston Armory Show catalog annotated with prices, printed articles by Pach and about him including book reviews of his work, reproductions of artwork including postcards from the 1913 Armory Show, news clippings and miscellany.
This series is arranged as two subseries.
  • 6.1: Pach Printed Material, 1907-1959
  • 6.2: Other Printed Material, circa 1900-1977
The bulk of this series has been scanned with the exception of duplicates and the complete texts of some publications for which only the cover and relevant pages have been scanned.
6.1: Pach Printed Material, 1907-1959
Printed material by Pach includes announcements and exhibition catalogs for Pach's solo and group exhibitions, including a a 1913 annotated Boston Armory Show catalog. Also found are two booklets written by Pach and published on the occasion of the Armory Show: A Sculptor's Architecture, and Odilon Redon.
Also found here is an almost complete collection of Pach's published articles in the form of the pages from the journals, magazines, and newspapers in which they appeared, including Scribner's Magazine, Dial, Shadowland, Parnassus, and 35 columns writtten for The Freeman between 1920 and 1924.
Description Container
About Pach, 1910-1959
6
5
Exhibition Catalog, Armory Show, 1913
6
6
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Group Exhibitions, 1907-1914
6
7
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Group Exhibitions, 1915-1920
6
8
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Group Exhibitions, circa 1955-1956
6
9
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Solo Exhibitions, 1925-1928
6
10
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Solo Exhibitions, 1931-1935
6
11
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, Solo Exhibitions, 1936-1947
6
12
Lecture Announcements, Pach, 1906-1951
6
13
Published Writings by Pach
Armory Show, 1913
6
14
Exhibition Catalogs, circa 1930s
6
15
Journal/Magazine Articles, circa 1910-circa 1950s
6
16
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1907-1910
6
17
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1911-1912
6
18
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1913-1919
6
19
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1920-1924
6
20-21
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1926-1929
6
22
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1932-1940
6
23
Journal/Magazine Articles, 1952-1958
6
24
Newspaper Articles, 1916-1948
6
25
Reviews of Books by Pach, 1924-1959
6
26
6.2: Other Printed Material, circa 1900-1977
Other printed material includes announcements and exhibition catalogs for artists other than Pach as well as for a 1937 Pach Brothers exhibition "American Personalities Through Seven Decades," news clippings on subjects of apparent interest to Pach, postcards from the Armory Show and other reproductions of artwork.
Description Container
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, circa 1907-1910
6
27
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, 1911-1912
6
28
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, 1913-1916
6
29
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, 1919-1920
6
30
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, 1922-1929
6
31
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, circa 1930-1942
6
32
Exhibition Catalogs and Announcements, 1943-1946
6
33
Exhibition Catalogs, Pach Brothers, 1937
6
34
Miscellaneous, circa 1890s-circa 1960s
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 4
6
35-36
News Clippings, General, circa 1900-circa 1970s
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 5
6
37
News Clippings, General, circa 1907-1913
6
38
News Clippings, General, 1914-1957
6
39
News Clippings, General, 1966-1977
6
40
Postcards, Armory Show, 1913
6
41
Postcards of Artwork, circa 1910-circa 1950s
7
1-2
Reproductions of Artwork, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 9 Folder 6
7
3
Travel Booklets, circa 1900-circa 1920
7
4
Oversized, Miscellaneous, circa 1890s-circa 1960s
Oversized material scanned with Box 6, Folder 36
9
4
Oversized, News Clippings, General, circa 1900-circa 1970s
Oversized material scanned with Box 6, Folder 37
9
5
Oversized Reproductions of Artwork, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, Folder 3
9
6

Series 7: Scrapbooks , circa 1890-circa 1940s
0.4 Linear feet
Box 7, 9

Scrapbooks include a dismantled scrapbook of reviews and original letters relating to Pach's book Ananias or the False Artist, published in 1928. Also housed here is a scrapbook primarily documenting Pach's activities during the 1920s which included his first one-man show at the Brummer Gallery in New York City and the publication of his books Masters of Modern Art and Raymond Duchamp-Villon. The scrapbook contains news clippings with press reviews of Pach's work.
A scrapbook of musical and theatrical events and programs includes a program for a 1917 Neighorhood Playhouse production of a Wallace Stevens's play, Bowl, Cat and Broomstick, for which Pach designed the sets. Also found is a guestbook from an unidentified event.
This series has been scanned in entirety.
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Ananias or the Bad Artist, Contents of Scrapbook, 1928-1935
7
5-7
Ananias or the Bad Artist, Additional News Clippings, 1928-1935
7
8
Guest Book of Unidentified Event, circa 1920s-circa 1940s
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 7
7
9
Scrapbook of the 1920s, circa 1913-1920s
Oversized material housed in Box 9, Folder 8
7
10
Scrapbook of Musical and Theatrical Events and Programs, circa 1890-circa 1930s
7
11
Oversized Guest Book of Unidentified Event, circa 1920s-circa 1940s
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, Folder 9
9
7
Oversized Scrapbook of the 1920s, circa 1913-1920s
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, Folder 10
9
8

Series 8: Artwork , circa 1860-circa 1950s
0.4 Linear feet
Box 7, 10

This series consists of a small group of loose drawings and three early sketchbooks by Pach, plus several drawings by unidentified artists. Also included are two print portfolios published in 1947 by the Laurel Gallery, New York City; one includes an essay by Pach and the other an etching by Pach. These portfolios include hand-pulled prints by artists such as Milton Avery, Reginald Marsh, and Joan Miro.
This series has been scanned in entirety.
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By Pach, Drawings, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
7
12
By Pach, Sketchbooks, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
7
13-15
By Pach and Others, Laurel Gallery Portfolios, 1947
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 1
7
16
By Others, Miniature Portrait of Frances Wise (Pach's mother), circa 1860s
7
17
By Others, Unidentified Artists, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
7
18
Oversized By Pach and Others, Laurel Gallery Portfolios, 1947
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, Folder 16
10
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Series 9: Photographs , 1857-1959
1.4 Linear feet
Box 7-8, 10

This series includes photographs of Pach, his family, and artists/friends, as well as group pictures of William Merritt Chase's class, Robert Henri's class at the New York School of Art, circa 1904, and others. There are also photographs of works of art by Pach and others. Of special interest is a group of photographs of mural projects in Mexico by José Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera.
The series is arranged as 2 subseries.
  • 9.1: Photographs of People and Places, 1857-1959
  • 9.2: Photographs of Artwork, circa 1907-circa 1950s
This series has been scanned in entirety.
9.1: Photographs of People and Places, 1857-1959
This series includes photographs of Pach from boyhood to the 1950s, including portraits, photos with family members, in his studio and apartment, in group photos and with artists and friends, including Florence Arquin and Diego Rivera. Included is a series of photos by Hansel Mieth of Pach in his studio and with Magda Pach in their home listening to Raymond Pach playing the piano.
Photos of others include the following artists and friends: Edith Bell, William Merritt Chase, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Thomas Eakins, Arthur B. Frost, Jr., Carl Hauser, Robert Henri, Inna Khabroff, Susan McDonnel, Moriye Ogihara, Pablo Picasso, Eda Puckhaber, and General and Mrs. Webb.
Also of note is a collection of photographs of Pach's apartment, art collection and studio, circa 1959.
Description Container
Of Pach, Portraits, circa 1900-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 2
7
19-20
Of Pach and Pach Family, circa 1880-1920s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 2
7
21-22
Of Pach and Pach Family-Daguerrotype of Pach's Mother and Grandparents, 1857
7
23
Of Pach and Pach Family, Magda Pach, circa 1890-circa 1950s
7
24
Of Pach and Pach Family, Raymond Pach and Others, circa 1930-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 2
7
25
Of Pach with Florence Arquin and Diego Rivera, 1943
7
26
Of Pach and Groups Pictures of Artists/Friends, circa 1904-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 2
7
27
Of Pach and Others, Unidentified, circa 1940s
7
28
Of Others, Artists and Friends, circa 1870-1953
7
29-30
Of Others, Group of Artists by Durand-Ruel, circa 1920s
7
31
Of Others, William Merritt Chase European Summer School, Madrid, Spain?, circa 1905
7
32-33
Of Others, Mexican Dancers, circa 1940s
7
34
Of Others, Unidentified, circa 1900-circa 1940s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 2
7
35
Of Buildings/Engineering Projects, 1919-1922
7
36
Of a House, Inscribed "From Ruth and Arthur", 1947
7
37
Of Installations, Society of Independent Artists, 1917
7
38
Of Pach Apartment, Art Collection and Studio, 1959
7
39-41
Of Pach Apartment, Art Collection and Studio, Negatives and Duplicates, 1959
7
42
Of Pach House, Brewster, NY, circa 1940s
7
43
Of Still Life signed by Sidney Waintraub, circa 1940
7
44
Oversized of Pach, Portraits, circa 1900-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 7 Folder 19
10
2
Oversized of Pach and Family, circa 1880-circa 1920s
Oversized material scanned with Box 7, Folder 22
10
2
Oversized of Pach and Family, Raymond Pach and Others, circa 1930-circa 1950s
Oversized material from Box 7, Folder 25
10
2
Oversized of Pach and Group Pictures of Artists/Friends, circa 1904-circa 1950s
Oversized material from Box 7, Folder 27
10
2
Oversized of Others, Unidentified, circa 1900-circa 1940s
Oversized material from Box 7, Folder 35
10
2
9.2: Photographs of Artwork, circa 1907-circa 1950s
This series includes photographs of artwork by Pach, Magda Pach and others including a group showing mural projects in Mexico by José Clemente and Diego Rivera, and photos of artwork by Antoine-Louis Barye and George amongst others. Also found is a photographic print and a slide of a model by Raymond Duchamp-Villon, labeled "Facade of a city residence (Model shown at the International Exhibition)" (the Armory Show) by an unknown photogapher; and a series of photographs used for Pach's book The Art Museum in America.
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By Pach, Walter, circa 1907-circa 1956
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1-2
By Pach, Walter, circa 1907-circa 1919
8
3
By Pach, Walter, circa 1922-circa 1929
8
4
By Pach, Walter, circa 1930-circa 1931
8
5
By Pach, Walter, circa 1932-circa 1931
8
6
By Pach, Walter, circa 1937-circa 1944
8
7
By Pach, Walter, circa 1946-circa 1956
8
8
By Pach, Walter, Negatives, circa 1907-circa 1950s
8
9
By Others, Barye, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
10-12
By Others: Bay-Dali, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 3
8
13
By Others: Delacroix, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
14
By Others: Drewes-Duchamp-Villon, circa 1920-circa 1950s
includes one photographic print and one slide of "Facade of a city residence (Model shown at the International Exhibition)" (the Armory Show) by an unknown photographer.
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15
By Others: Duchamp-Villon, Raymond, "Facade of a city residence (model shown at the International Exhibition)" (Armory Show), Print and Slide, circa 1913
8
16
By Others: Evergood-Hiller, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
17
By Others: Ingres-Of, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 3
8
18
By Others: Orozco, José Clemente, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
19
By Others: Pach, Magda, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
20-21
By Others: Pineda-Riportella, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
22
By Others: Rivera, Diego, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
23-24
By Others: Robus-Rubens, circa 1920s-circa 1950s
8
25
By Others: Tovish-Van Gogh, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 3
8
26
By Others: Villon, Jacques-Wickey, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
27
By Others: Unidentified, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material housed in Box 10, Folder 3
8
28-31
By Others: Unidentified, Negatives, circa 1920-circa 1950s
8
32
By Others: for "The Art Museum in America", circa 1940s
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33-34
Oversized Photos of Artwork by Others: Bay-Dali, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, Folder 13
10
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Oversized Photos of Artwork by Others: Ingres-Of, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, Folder 18
10
3
Oversized Photos of Artwork by Others: Tovish-Van Gogh, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, Folder 26
10
3
Oversized Photos of Artwork by Others: Unidentified, circa 1920-circa 1950s
Oversized material scanned with Box 8, Folder 31
10
3

Series 10: Selections from Walter Pach's Library , 1880-1963
12 Linear feet
Box 11-22

This series houses selected publications from Walter Pach's libary and include books or publications annotated by him, and written or translated by him. Also found here are items considered to be central to Pach's interests and work.
  • 10.1: Works Written by Walter Pach, 1901-1956
  • 10.2: Works Translated by Walter Pach, 1918-1950
  • 10.3: Selected Publications, 1880-1963
This series is arranged as 3 subseries. Catalogs that appear in this series appear under museum, gallery, or auction house name, unless an individual is cited as author.
This series has not been scanned.
10.1: Works Written by Walter Pach, 1901-1956
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American Artist (New York) 12, no. 8, 1948 October
Includes "The Past Lives On," by Walter Pach, pp. 28-31, 64-66.
11
1
American Artist (New York) 12, no. 9, 1948 November
Includes second installment of "The Past Lives On," by Walter Pach, pp. 40-43, 64.
11
2
L'Amour de l'Art (Paris), no. 6, 1930 June.
Includes "Notes sur le classicisme de Delacroix," by Walter Pach, pp. 241-253.
11
3
L'Amour de l'Art (Paris) 13, no. 9, 1932 November
Includes "Le classicisme de Barye," by Walter Pach, pp. 319-320.
11
4
Anderson Galleries. Two Masterpieces of Renaissance Painting from the Collection of Carl W. Hamilton. New York, 1929.
Includes "Extract from an Article on the Half-Century Celebration at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, by Walter Pach in The Freeman," p. 10.
11
5
Art in America (Springfield, Mass.) 31, no. 1, 1943 January.
Includes "A Newly Found American Painter," by Walter Pach, pp. 32-43.
11
6
Art from Life to Life by Abraham Walkowitz. Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1951.
Includes "Walkowitz and Tradition," an appreciation by Walter Pach.
11
7
Art News (New York) 45, no. 5, 1946 July
Includes " La Barricade in America," by Walter Pach, pp. 42-43, 60.
11
8
Art News (New York) 48, no. 3, 1949 May.
Includes "Thus Is Cubism Cultivated," by Walter Pach and Jacques Villon, pp. 23-25, 52-53.
11
9
Art News (New York) 55, no. 6, 1956 October.
Includes "Introducing the Paintings of George Of, 1876-1954," by Walter Pach, pp. 36-38, 62-63. Two copies.
11
10
Arts (New York) 3, no. 3, 1923 March.
Includes "Georges Seurat," by Walter Pach, pp. 160-174.
11
11
Brummer Gallery. Brancusi. Introduction by Paul Morand. New York, 1926 November 17-December 15.
Includes article by Walter Pach.
11
12
Bryson, Lyman, and Louis Finkelstein, eds. Science, Philosophy and Religion, Second Symposium. New York: Conference of Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic Way of Life, Inc., 1942.
Includes "The Artist and the Democratic Way of Life," by Walter Pach, pp. 493-505.
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13
Bryson, Lyman, Louis Finkelstein, and R. M. MacIver, eds. Perspectives on a Troubled Decade: Science, Philosophy, and Religion, 1939-1949. Symposium. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1950.
Includes "The Stake of the Arts in the Democratic Way of Life: A Postscript," by Walter Pach, pp. 743-755.
11
14
Bulletin of the Springfield Museum of Fine Arts (Springfield, Mass.) 21, no. 4, 1955 April-May
Includes "The Portrait of a Painter," by Walter Pach, pp. 2-3.
11
15
Campbell, Vivian, ed. A Christmas Anthology of Poetry and Painting. Foreword by Walter Pach. New York: Woman's Press, 1947
11
16
Century 87, no. 6, 1914 April.
Includes "The Point of View of the Moderns," by Walter Pach, pp. 851-864.
11
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Creative Art: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art (New York) 11, no. 3., 1932 November.
Includes "Marinot, Artist and Artisan," by Walter Pach, and a caricature of him by Aline Fruhauf, p. 203.
11
18
Dial (New York) 68, no. 1, 1920 January.
Includes "The Art of the American Indian," by Walter Pach, pp. 57-65.
11
19
Ehrich Print Gallery. Odilon Redon, 1840-1916: Exhibition of Etchings and Lithographs. Introduction by Walter Pach. New York, 1919 February 18-March 12
11
20
Flannagan, John B. Letters of John B. Flannagan. Introduction by W. R. Valentiner. New York: Curt Valentin, 1942.
Walter Pach is a correspondent.
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21
Formes (Paris, English Edition 1, Edition des Quatre Chemins), 1930 January.
Includes review by Walter Pach of Idols behind Altars, by Anita Brenner, p. 30.
11
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Formes (Paris, Edition Française 15), 1931 May.
Includes "Raymond Duchamp-Villon," by Walter Pach, pp. 84-85.
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Galerie Dru Bourgeat et Van Gelder. Peintures, Gouaches et Pastels de Charles Dufresne, Sculptures de Duchamp-Villon Paris, June 26 (30), 1931
Includes "Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1876-1918)," by Walter Pach.
11
24
Harper's Magazine 143, 1924 January.
Includes "The Greatest American Artists," by Walter Pach, pp. 252-262.
11
25
Harper's Magazine 155, 1927 June.
Includes "What Passes for Art: Some Reflections on Contemporary Painters," by Walter Pach, pp. 89-97.
11
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Harper's Monthly Magazine, dated by hand, 1933 September
Tearsheet
Includes "Rockefeller, Rivera, and Art," by Walter Pach.
11
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Kruckman, Herbert L. Of Course You Can Draw. Introduction by Walter Pach. New York: Citadel Press, 1945
11
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La Follette, Suzanne. Art in America. Introduction by Walter Pach. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1929
12
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M Knoedler and Company. Gros, Géricault, Delacroix. Exhibition of paintings and drawings for the benefit of the Sauvegarde de l'Art Français. Foreword by Walter Pach. New York:, 1938 November 21-December 10.
Walter Pach was a member of the Honorary Committee.
12
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The Masters of Modern Art. New York: B.W. Huebsch, Inc., 1924
Includes an original etching by Walter Pach as the frontispiece.
12
3
Mexico moderno, undated.
Partial publication. Includes "Impresiones sobre el arte actual de Mexico," by Walter Pach, pp. 131-138.
12
4
Modern School (Stelton, N.J., Modern School Association of N.A., Ferrer Colony) 5, no. 2, 1918 February.
Includes "Universality in Art," by Walter Pach, pp. 46-55.
12
5
Modern School (Stelton, N.J., Modern School Association of N.A., Ferrer Colony) 5, no. 10, 1918 October
Includes "Jean Le Roy," by Walter Pach, p. 296.
12
6
Moriye Ogihara Memorial Book (in Japanese). Paris, 1910
Includes letter in English from Walter Pach to Mr. Tohary.
12
7
New Republic (New York) 7, no. 84, 1916 June 10.
Includes "La chair et l'acier," by Walter Pach, p. 149.
12
8
Origenes (La Habana, Cuba), 1944 December.
Includes "Problemas del arte americano," by Walter Pach, pp. 17-20.
12
9
Pach, Walter. Ananias, or The False Artist. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1928
2 Copies
Two copies, one with dust cover.
12
10
Pach, Walter. "Apropos of a Recent Publication," in "Notes on Museums." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Reprint, undated
12
11
Pach, Walter. Georges Seurat. New York: Arts Monographs, Duffield and Company, 1923
12
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Pach, Walter. Géricault: First Exhibition in America, Paintings and Drawings. New York: Marie Sterner Galleries, 1936 November 16-December 5
12
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Pach, Walter. An Hour of Art. Philadelphia and London, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1930
12
14
Pach, Walter. Masterpieces of Art: Catalogue of European and American Paintings, 1500-1900. New York World's Fair, May-October 1940. New York: Art Aid Corporation, 1940
12
15
Pach, Walter. "A Modernist Visits Greece." Archaeology 6, no. 3 : 137-141. Reprint, Autumn 1953
13
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Pach, Walter. Odilon Redon. New York: Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc., 1913
13
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Pach, Walter. A Sculptor's Architecture. New York: Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc., 1913
2 Copies
13
3
Pach, Walter. "Unknown Aspects of Mexican Painting." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Reprint, undated
3 Copies
13
4
Pach, Walter. Vincent Van Gogh, 1853-1890: A Study of the Artist and His Work in Relation to His Times New York: Artbook Museum, 1936
2 Copies
13
5
Parnassus (New York) 8, no. 4, 1936 April.
Includes "The Outlook for Modern Art," by Walter Pach, pp. 4-8, 43.
13
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Parnassus (New York) 8, no. 6, 1936 November
Includes "Géricault," by Walter Pach, pp. 12-15.
13
7
Quips and Cranks (New York, City College of New York), 1901 November.
Includes "The Story of Perkins," by Walter Pach, p. 6. Pach was also the editor in chief.
13
8
Quips and Cranks (New York, City College of New York), 1902 October.
Walter Pach was editor in chief.
13
9
La Revue des Arts (Paris), no. 2, 1952 June.
Includes "Le classicisme de Delacroix," by Walter Pach, pp. 109-112.
13
10
Scribner's Magazine 51, no. 5, 1912 May.
Includes "Pierre-Auguste Renoir," by Walter Pach, pp. 606-615.
13
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Simmonds, Harvey. John Quinn: An Exhibition to Mark the Gift of the John Quinn Memorial Collection. New York: New York Public Library, 1968.
Includes "Appendix II, Mr. Quinn as a Collector," by Walter Pach, reprinted from Catalogue of the Memorial Exhibition of Representative Works Selected from the John Quinn Collection (New York: Art Center, 1926).
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Stearns, Harold E., ed. Civilization in the United States: An Inquiry by Thirty Americans . New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1922.
Includes "Art," by Walter Pach.
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Van Gogh, Vincent. Letters to an Artist: From Vincent Van Gogh to Anton Ridder van Rappard, 1881-1885. Translated from the Dutch by Real van Messel. Introduction by Walter Pach. New York: Viking Press, 1936
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La Vie (Paris) 2, no. 36, 1913 September 6
Includes "L'art aux Etats-Unis," by Walter Pach, pp. 271-276.
13
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Virginia Quarterly Review 12, no. 1, 1936 January.
Includes "The Raphael from Russia," by Walter Pach, pp. 43-55.
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10.2: Works Translated by Walter Pach, 1918-1950
Description Container
Delacroix, Eugène. On Art Criticism 1829. Translated by Walter Pach, for Curt Valentin. New York: Marchbanks Press, 1946
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Delacroix, Eugène. The Journal of Eugène Delacroix. Translated by Walter Pach. New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1937
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Delacroix, Eugène. The Journal of Eugène Delacroix. Translated by Walter Pach. New York: Crown Publishers, 1948
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Faure, Elie. The Art of Cineplastics. Translated by Walter Pach. Boston: Four Seas Company, 1923
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Faure, Elie. History of Art--The Development of Man as Revealed by Art: Ancient Art. Translated by Walter Pach. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1921
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Faure, Elie. History of Art--The Development of Man as Revealed by Art: Renaissance Art. Translated by Walter Pach. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1923
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Masson, André. Eulogy of Paul Klee. Paris, 1946. Translated by Walter Pach. New York: Curt Valentin, 1950
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Twice a Year: A Book of Literature, the Arts, and Civil Liberties (New York) 5-6, Winter 1940/Spring-Summer 1941
Includes "Contemporary French Art," by Elie Faure, translated by Walter Pach, with a letter and note.
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10.3: Selected Publications, 1880-1963
Description Container
American Art Association, Inc. The John Quinn Collection, Paintings and Sculptures of the Moderns. New York, 1927
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American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc. Fine Paintings from the Estates of the Late William D. N. Perine, Charles A. Schieren, Levi Z. Leiter, Dr. H.N. Fraser.... . Sale 4080. New York, 1934 January 18
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L'Amour de l'Art (Paris) 13, no. 7, 1932 July-August
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Anderson Galleries. The Collection of Marius de Zayas of New York City: Paintings, Etchings, Drawings, Sculptures. New York, 1923 March 23-24
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Anderson Galleries. Rare & Important Gobelin & Flemish Tapestries, Furniture, Rugs, Needlework, Arms & Barye Bronzes (Collections of Mr. J. J. Albright). New York . Annotated by Walter Pach: "Sale in which we bought Barye Jaguar No. 73 of Sale.", 1926 April 16-17
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Angoulvent, P.-J. La chalocographie du Louvre. Paris: Musées Nationaux, Palais du Louvre, 1926
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Arensberg, Walter Conrad. Poems. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1914
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Art News: An International Pictorial Newspaper of Art (New York). Record of the sale of the Quinn Collection, February 19, 1927
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Arts and Decoration (New York) 3, no. 5 (Special Armory Show exhibition number), 1913 March
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Barr, Alfred H., Jr. The Museum of Modern Art First Loan Exhibition, Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1929 November
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Basler, Adolphe. Le cafard après la fete: Ou l'esthétisme d'aujourd'hui. Paris: Editions Jean Budry & Cie, 1929
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Basler, Adolphe, and Charles Kunstler. Le dessin et la gravure modernes en France. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1930
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Baudelaire, Charles. Variétés critiques. Vol.II, Modernité & surnaturalisme esthétique spiritualiste. Paris: Bibliothèque Dionysienne, Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1924
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Bell, Clive. Art. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1913
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Berenson, Bernard. Seeing and Knowing. New York: MacMillan Company, 1953
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Berenson, Bernard. Sketch for a Self-Portrait. New York: Pantheon Books, Inc., 1949
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Bernard, Charles. Esthétique et critique: Notes en marge. Paris: Editions Formes, 1946
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Brooklyn Museum. One Hundred Artists and Walkowitz. New York, 1944 February 9-March 12
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Brooks, Van Wyck. Days of the Phoenix: The Nineteen Twenties I Remember. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1957
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Brooks, Van Wyck. Makers and Finders. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1952
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Brooks, Van Wyck. New England: Indian Summer, 1865-1915. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1940
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Brooks, Van Wyck. Opinions of Oliver Allston. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1941
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Brooks, Van Wyck. From a Writer's Notebook. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1958
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Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) 22, no. 8, 1927 August
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Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) 33, no. 6, 1938 June
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Bulletin of the Smith College Museum of Art (Northampton, Mass.), no. 13, 1932 May
Two copies, including one that is annotated
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"Byblis": Miroir des arts du livre et de l'estampe (Paris, Editions Albert Morancé), Summer 1928
Includes "Walter Pach, graveur américain," by Léon Rosenthal, pp. 37-38, as well as an original etching by Walter Pach.
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Cahiers d'Art 12, nos. 4-5, 1937
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Les Cahiers d'Aujourd'hui (Paris), no. 4, 1913 April
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Calder, Alexander, René Huyghe, Jacques Lassaigne, and François Tabard. 10 tapisseries Michel Cadoret. Paris: Galerie Furstenberg; and New York, André Emmerich Works of Art, undated
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Camera Work (New York, Alfred Stieglitz), no. 32, 1910 October
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Cassou, Jean. Jacques Villon. Paris: Musée National d'Art Moderne, 1951 February 5-March 25
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Catalogue de photographies, d'art moderne, d'art ancien. Druet Photograph Collection. Paris: Librairie de France, undated
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Chap-Book: Semi-Monthly (Chicago), 1895 August 15
Includes a portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé by F. Vallotton.
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Chassé, Charles. Gauguin et le groupe de Pont-Aven. Documents inédits. Paris: H. Floury, 1921
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Les chefs-d'oeuvre des peintres florentins. Vol. 4, Paolo Uccello, Domenico Veneziano, Masaccio et A. Del Castagno. Paris: A. Perche, Petite Collection d'Art, Gowans 41, 1910
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City College Alumnus (Associate Alumni of the College of the City of New York, Inc.) 32, no. 2, 1936 February.
Includes article on the Walter Pach mural given to CCNY.
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Clark, Eliot. History of the National Academy of Design, 1825-1953. New York: Columbia University Press, 1954
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Clarke, John Lee, Jr. David and Ingres, Paintings and Drawings. Springfield, Mass.: Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1939 November 20-December 17
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Coffin, Robert P. Tristram. Strange Holiness. New York: MacMillan Company, 1935
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Corrard, Pierre (? la mémoire de). Poésies. 16 original etchings by Jacques Villon. Paris: La Librairie J. Meynial, 1937
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Courthion, Pierre. Gino Severini. Arte Moderna Italiana 17, Series A, Pittori 13. Milan: Si Vende Presso La Libreria Ulrico Hoepli, 1930
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Cruikshank, George, illus. The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1884
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Delacroix, Eugène. Études Esthétiques. Les Editions, G. Cres & Co., 1923
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Delacroix, Eugène. Journal de Eugène Delacroix. Vol. 2, 1853-1856. Edited by André Joubin. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1932
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Delacroix, Eugène. Journal de Eugène Delacroix. Vol. 3, 1857-1863. Edited by André Joubin. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1932
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Delacroix, Eugène. Lettres de Eugène Delacroix, First Book (1804-1847). Edited by Philippe Burty. Paris: G. Charpentier, 1880
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Delacroix, Eugène. Lettres de Eugène Delacroix, Second Book (1848-1863). Edited by Philippe Burty. Paris: G. Charpentier, 1880
2 Copies
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Delacroix, Eugène. Oeuvres littéraires Vol. 1, Etudes esthétiques. Paris: Bibliothèque Dionysienne, Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1923
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Detroit Institute of Arts. Origins of Modern Sculpture. Detroit, 1946 January 22-March 3
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De Zayas, Marius, and Paul B. Haviland. A Study of the Modern Evolution of Plastic Expression. New York: "291,", 1913
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Diehl, Charles. Manuel d'art byzantin. Paris: Librairie Alphonse Picard et Fils, 1910
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Dufy, Raoul. Les Alliés, Petit panorama des uniformes Vol. 1. [Paris], circa 1915
Includes a woodcut enclosed with booklet
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L'Elan (Paris), no. 1-no. 9, 1915-1916
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Elia, Olga. Pitture murali e mosaici nel Museo Nazionale di Napoli. Rome: La Libreria Dello Stato, 1932
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Escholier, Raymond. Gros: Ses amis et ses Elèves. Illustrated. Paris: Librairie Floury, 1936
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Farwell, Beatrice. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Miniatures, Eugène Delacroix, 1798-1863. New York: Distributed by Book-of-the-Month Club, 1955
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'art antique. Paris: H. Floury, 1909
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'art antique. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1924
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'art médiéval. Paris: H. Floury, 1911
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'art médiéval and Histoire de l'art: L'art moderne. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1921
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'art renaissant. Paris: H. Floury, 1914
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Faure, Elie. Histoire de l'art: L'esprit des formes. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, 1927
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Faure, Elie. Méditations catastrophiques. Paris: Jean Flory, 1937
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Faure, Elie. Paul Gauguin. New York: Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc., 1913.
Faure's name is crossed out, and Walter Pach has changed it to Bela Lasar.
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Faure, Elie. Soutine. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès et Cie, 1929
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Faure, Jean-Pierre. Alger capitale. Paris: Bibliothèque du Hérisson, Société Française d'Editions Littéraires et Techniques, undated
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Flaubert, Gustave. Trois contes. Paris: Bibliothèque-Charpentier, 1913
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Flexner, James Thomas. The Pocket History of American Painting. New York: Pocket Books, Inc., by arrangement with Houghton Mifflin Company, 1950
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Focillon, Henri. The Life of Forms in Art. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1942
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Frénaud, André. Les mystères de Paris. Preface by Paul Eluard and signed etching by Jacques Villon. Paris: Editions du Seuil, undated
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Galerie Craven. Octobre, Hommage à Picabia. Paris, 1953 October 1-29
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Galerie La Boëtie. Salon de "La Section d'Or". Preface by René Blum. Paris, 1912 October 10-30
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Galeries Georges Petit. Exposition Ingres Paris, 1911 April 26-May 14
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Galleries M. Knoedler and Company, Inc. El Greco: Loan Exhibition for the Benefit of the Greek War Relief Association. New York, 1941 January 17-February 15
Pach was a lender to the exhibition.
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Gallery Der Sturm. Die Futuristen Berlin, undated
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Gauguin, Paul. Noa-Noa. Translated by Walt Kuhn. New York: Association of American Painters and Sculptors, Inc., 1913
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Gertrude, Gertrude S. Lemons and Poppies. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1923
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Gleizes, Albert. Du cubisme et des moyens de le comprendre. Paris: Editions "La Cible,", 1920
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Gleizes, Albert. Peinture et perspective descriptive. Sablons, France: Editions Moly-Sabata, 1927
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Gowans, Adam L., comp. Lyric Masterpieces by Living Authors. London and Glasgow: Gowans and Gray, Ltd., 1908
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La Grande Revue (Paris) 12, no. 24, 1908 December 25
Includes "Notes d'un peintre, by Henri Matisse.
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Grappe, Georges. Edgar Degas. Berlin: Erschienen bei der Verlagsanstalt fur Litteratur und Kunst, undated
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Gsell, Paul. Millet. Paris: Les Editions Rieder, 1928
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Henry, Daniel. Der Weg zum Kubismus. Munich: Delphin-Verlag, 1920
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Hokusai, Manga, undated.
Two books of studies, text in Japanese.
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Hôtel Drouot. Art océanien, Art africain, Art américain, Asie et Malaisie. Paris, Sale 11, 1929 November 7-9
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Hôtel Drouot. Collection Maurice Gangnat. Catalog of works by Renoir, Cézanne, and Vuillard. Paris, Sales 9, 10, and 11, 1925 June 24-25
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Hôtel Drouot. Estampes, dessins, aquarelles: Anciens et modernes. Paris, Sale 9, 1931 April 22
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Hôtel Drouot. Estampes et dessins: Livres sur les arts. Paris, Sale 12, 1929 November 23
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Hôtel Drouot. Tableaux, aquarelles, dessins. Paris, Sale 1, 1921 May 30
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Hôtel Drouot. Tableaux et dessins par J.-A.-D. Ingres: Collection de Monsieur Henry Lapauze. Paris, Sales 7 and 8, 1929 June 21
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Hôtel Drouot. Tableaux, pastels, aquarelles, dessins, eaux-fortes & lithographies. Paris, Sale 8, 1929 December 21
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Institute of Contemporary Art. Jacques Villon, Lyonel Feininger. Contributions by Jacques Villon, George Heard Hamilton, Thomas B. Hess, and Frederick S. Wight. Boston, undated
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Jacques Seligmann & Co, Inc. Twenty Years in the Evolution of Picasso, 1903-1923. New York, 1937 November 1-20
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Janis, Harriet, and Sidney Janis. Picasso, The Recent Years, 1939-1946. New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1946
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John Quinn, 1870-1925: Collection of Paintings, Water Colors, Drawings & Sculpture. Huntington, N.Y.: Pidgeon Hill Press, 1926
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Joubin, André. Journal de Eugène Delacroix. Vol. 1, 1822-1852. Paris: Librairie Plon, 1932
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Keller, Jean, and Raymond Duchamp-Villon. Les sémaphores: Bouffonnerie sensorielle en un acte. Châlons-sur-Marne, France: Imprimerie-Librairie de L'Union Républicaine, 1918
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Klossowski, Erich. Katalog einer Auswahl Französischer Meister. Munich: Kunstsalon W. Zimmermann, undated
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Kruse, Alexander, and Alfred Kreymborg. Two New Yorkers. Edited by Stanley Burnshaw. New York and Boston: Bruce Humphries, Inc., 1958
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Lassaigne, Jacques, and Jacques Villon. Jacques Villon: Peintres et sculpteurs d'aujourd'hui. Paris: Collection "Signe," Editions de Beaune, 1950
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Lebel, Robert. Léonard de Vinci: Ou la fin de l'humilité. Paris: Presses du Livre Français, 1952
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Le Roy, Jean. Le Cavalier de Frise: Poèmes inédits de Jean Le Roy. Preface by Jean Cocteau. Paris: François Bernouard, 1928
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Le Roy, Jean. Le prisonnier des mondes: Poèmes. Paris and Rome: Société d'Editions Mansi & Cie, dated by Pach as, 1913
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Lichtenstein, Isaac, and Abraham Walkowitz. Jewish Artists. New York: Machmadim Art Editions, Inc., 1946
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Low, Theodore L. The Museum as a Social Instrument. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, for the American Association of Museums, 1942
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Marin, John. Letters of John Marin. Edited by Herbert J. Seligmann. New York: Privately Printed for An American Place, 1931
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Maugard, Adolfo Best. Manuales y tratados metodo de dibujo, Tradicion, resurgimiento y evolucion del arte mexicano. Mexico City: Departamento Editorial de la Secretariad Educacion, 1923
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Courbet. Munich: R. Piper & Co. Verlag, 1921
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Eugène Delacroix: Beiträge zu einer Analyse. Munich: R. Piper & Co. Verlag, undated
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Impressionisten: Guys, Manet, Van Gogh, Pissarro, Cézanne. Munich and Leipzig: R. Piper & Co. Verlag, 1907
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Pyramide und Tempel. Berlin: Ernst Rowohlt Verlag, 1927
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Renoir Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann Verlag, 1929
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Meier-Graefe, Julius. Der Vater. Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1932
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Mercure de France (Paris) 18, vol. 69, no. 247, 1907 October 1
2 Copies
Two copies, one partial
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Mercure de France(Paris) 18, vol. 70, no. 248, 1907 October 16
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Montross Gallery. Henri Matisse Exhibition. New York, 1915 January 20-February 27
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Mumford, Lewis. Man as Interpreter. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1950
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Mumford, Lewis. Technics and Civilization. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1934
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Museum of Modern Art. Art in Our Time. Exhibition to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Museum and the opening of its new building. New York . Pach lent a Duchamp painting., 1939
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Palais des Beaux-Arts. Collection de Monsieur L.L.: Tableaux modernes, Faïences de Delft et de Rhodes, Objets d'art. Brussels, 1931 December 22-23
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Auction/Sales Catalogue. New York, October 17. Dates written in:, 1940-1941
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Auction/Sales Catalogue. New York:, 1942 January 8
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Classical and Medieval Stone Sculptures, Joseph Brummer Collection, Part III (Final). New York, 1949 June 8-9
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Modern French and American Paintings from the Walter Pach, Mrs. Jacob H. Rand, and Other Collections. New York, 1949 January 6
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Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. Part Two of the Notable Art Collection... Joseph Brummer. New York, 1949 May 11-14
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Perkins, Christopher. On Museums: An Essay. Saint-Tropez, France: Au Paysage du Midi, 1925
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Popular Stories Collected by the Brothers Grimm. London: Oxford University Press, 1915
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Portraits d'hier, Studies of the Life, Works, and Influence of the Late Great Figures (Grands Morts) of Our Time 2, no. 28, 1910, May
Includes "Paul Cézanne," by Elie Faure.
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Raynal, Maurice. Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Editions Jeanne Bucher, undated
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Reality: A Journal of Artists' Opinions (New York) 1, no. 1, 1953 Spring
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Rewald, John. Georges Seurat. New York: Wittenborn and Company, 1943
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Rewald, John, Dore Ashton, Harold Joachim, and Odilon Redon. Odilon Redon/Gustave Moreau/Rodolphe Bresdin. New York: Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the Art Institute of Chicago, distributed by Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1961
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Rich, Daniel Catton. The Challenge of Art in the Americas: An Address Given to the Graduating Classes School of the Art Institute. Chicago, 1944 June 9
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Richter, J.P. Lectures on the National Gallery. London, New York, and Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1898
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Ritchie, Andrew Carnduff. Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1951.
Walter Pach's painting was included in exhibition.
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Ritchie, Andrew Carnduff. "The Evolution of Ingres' Portrait of the Comtesse d'Haussonville." Art Bulletin (College Art Association of America) 22, no. 3, Reprint, 1940 September
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Robin, Maurice. "Eugène Delacroix," Portraits d'Hier, undated
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Sérusier, Paul. ABC de la peinture, and ABC de la peinture: Correspondance. Paris: Henri Floury, La Douce France, 1921
2 Copies
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Seven Famous Greek Plays. Introduction by Whitney J. Oates and Eugene O'Neill, Jr. New York: Random House, Inc., Modern Library College Editions, 1950
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Severini, Gino. Ragionamenti sulle arti figurative. Milan: Editore Ulrico Hoepli, 1936
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S.F. Bay Exposition Co. Art. Official Catalog, Golden Gate International Exposition, Palace of Fine Arts. San Francisco, 1940.
Pach was a lender to the exhibition.
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Sloan, John, and Oliver LaFarge. Introduction to American Indian Art. New York: Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Inc., 1931
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Smith College Museum of Art, Tryon Art Gallery. Géricault. Northampton, Mass., 1929 April 4-25
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Société des artistes indépendants. Catalog of the 24th Exposition. Paris, 1908 March 20-May 2
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Society of Independent Artists, Inc. The Bylaws
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Society of Independent Artists, Inc. The 20th Annual Anniversary Exhibition. New York, 1936 April 24-May 17.
Walter and Magda Pach were directors and lenders.
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Stein, Leo. The A-B-C of Aesthetics. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1927
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Stein, Leo. Journey into the Self: Being the Letters, Papers & Journals of Leo Stein. Edited by Edmund Fuller. Introduction by Van Wyck Brooks. New York: Crown Publishers, 1950
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Taylor, Francis Henry. Babel's Tower: The Dilemma of the Modern Museum. New York: Columbia University Press, 1945
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Transition: A Quarterly Review (New York), no. 26, 1937
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Tzara, Tristan. La Première aventure céleste de Mr. Antipyrine. With color woodcuts by Marcel Janco. Zurich: Collection Dada, 1916
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Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Esteticas. Indices to Vol. 2, nos. 5,6,7, and 8. Mexico City, 1942.
Lists Walter Pach's article "Arte mexicano en Nueva York," no. 6, p. 5.
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University Museum Bulletin (University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia) 16, no. 3, 1952 February.
Includes "Fourteen Eyes in a Museum Storeroom.".
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Valentiner, William R. "The Museum of Tomorrow." In New Architecture and City Planning, edited by Paul Zucker. New York: Philosophical Library, Reprint, undated
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Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. The Songs We Sing. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1936
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Variétés critiques. Paris: Les Editions G. Crès & Cie, undated
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Venturi, Adolfo. Luca Signorelli. Firenze: Presso Giorgio & Piero Alinari, 1921-1922
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La Vie (Paris) no. 41, 1912 November 30
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La Vie (Paris) no. 42, 1912 December 7
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La Vie (Paris) no. 43, 1912 December 14
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La Vie des Lettres et des Arts (Paris), 1924
Includes "La peinture et ses lois: Ce qui devait sortir du cubisme," by Albert Gleizes.
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View: Max Ernst Number (New York), 1942
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View, The Modern Magazine: Marcel Duchamp Number (New York) 5, no. 1, 1945
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Vollard, Ambroise. Le père Ubu à l'aviation. Paris: Editions Georges Crès et Cie, 1918
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Vollard, Ambroise. Le père Ubu à l'hôpital. Paris: Editions Georges Crès et Cie, 1918
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Vollard, Ambroise. Le père Ubu au pays des Soviets. Paris: Librairie Stock, Delamain, Boutelleau et Cie, 1930
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Vollard, Ambroise. Les réincarnations du père Ubu. Paris: Le Divan, 1925
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Walkowitz, Abraham. A Demonstration of Objective, Abstract, and Non-Objective Art. Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1945
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Walkowitz, Abraham. Isadora Duncan in Her Dances. Girard, Kans.: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1945
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Wechsler, Herman J., ed. The Pocket Book of Old Masters. New York: Pocket Books, Inc., 1949
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Wexley, John. The Last Mile. A play in three acts, with Preface by Lewis E. Lawes, Warden of Sing Sing Prison. New York and Los Angeles: Samuel French, 1930
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Whitney Museum of American Art. Abstract Painting in America. Introduction by Stuart Davis. New York, 1935 February 12-March 22
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Whitney Museum of American Art. Between Two Wars: Prints by American Artists, 1914-1941. New York, 1942 March 3-31.
Walter Pach's work was in the exhibition.
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Whitney Museum of American Art. The Decade of the Armory Show, 1910-1920. New York, 1963
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