Fiske Kimball Records
1908-1955, n.d. (bulk 1925-1954)
Finding Aid

Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Philadelphia, PA 19101-7646

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Collection Summary

Title:Fiske Kimball Records

Date:1908-1955, n.d. (bulk 1925-1954)

Creator(s):Kimball, Fiske, 1888-1955

Extent:94.5 linear feet


Repository:Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Abstract:From 1925 to 1955, Fiske Kimball served as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, steering the institution from what he described as "a minor provincial position to become one of the leading museums of America." The Fiske Kimball Records document Kimball's efforts in achieving this transformation in collaboration with the Museum's officers, staff, and the Fairmount Park Commission, and with the assistance of private benefactors and City funding. Comprised primarily of correspondence, these records also include ephemera, clippings, notes, legal documents, reports, minutes, press releases, publications, floor plans, installation drawings, and photographs, mostly of objects, rooms and architectural elements offered for purchase. Kimball's correspondents include preeminent leaders of art museums, universities, auction houses and professional affiliations, as well as government representatives, private collectors, scholars, and artists. Kimball's often successful courting of potential donors of objects and contributors of funds is well represented, as well as his efforts to secure labor funded by the Works Progress Administration. In addition to the refinement and expansion of the Museum's holdings, the development of various departments and offices is also documented, and to a lesser extent other related facilities.

Information for Researchers

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research. Because of its fragile condition, the following item may only be consulted with permission of the Archivist: floor plan with annotations re PMA Gothic installations (in "Objects and related topics" series, "European decorative arts and arms and armor" subseries, "Rooms and architectural elements" sub-subseries, "England. Gothic installations at PMA, incl. Abergavenny, Wales" file).

Use Restrictions

The Fiske Kimball Records are the physical property of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives. The Museum holds literary rights only for material created by Museum personnel or given to the Museum with such rights specifically assigned. For all other material, literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for obtaining permission from rights holders for publication and for other purposes where stated.

Preferred Citation

[Item identification and date], [Series info.], Fiske Kimball Records, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Alternative Format Available

Microfilm of certain materials, 1934-1942, in "WPA and other relief programs" series is available in the Library.

Separated Material

White, Theo. B. "A Portfolio of Seven Lithographs of the Colonial Mansions in Fairmount Park." Intro. by Fiske Kimball. Narberth, PA: The Grasberger Galleries, 1933. Moved to Fiske Kimball Papers (FKP).

Related Material

Fiske Kimball Papers. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Curatorial files and object related research. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Please consult the Archivist regarding Kimball correspondence and other material located in various departmental offices.

Administration/Building Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Special Format. Architectural Drawings. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Arensberg Archives. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Board of Trustees Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Costume and Textiles Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Decorative Arts Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Education Division Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Far Eastern Art Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Francis Bacon Foundation Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

George Grey Barnard Papers. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Henri Gabriel Marceau Curatorial Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Henri Gabriel Marceau Director Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

J. Stogdell Stokes Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Julius Zieget Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Medieval Art Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Painting and Sculpture Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Prints, Drawings and Photographs Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Public Relations Department Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

R. Sturgis Ingersoll Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Records of the Library. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Papers of Sidney Fiske Kimball, 1918-1952. Fine Arts Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.

George Grey Barnard Papers. The Cloisters Library and Archives, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Other Finding Aids

WPA Chart. Compiled by the Mellon Archives Project Archivist, this chart provides project numbers, dates, and descriptions for WPA sponsored education, library and registrar projects completed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Administrative Information

Acquisition and Custody Information

Bequeathed by Fiske Kimball, 1955.


Oct. 26, 1978, to Series "General correspondence and related material," Subseries "1945-1946," File "Philadelphia Award. Board of Trustees. Kimball as proposed candidate." Note reads: This was given by Mrs. Xavier von Erdberg (Joan Prentice) who was a friend of Caroline Bache who proposed Kimball. Joan von Erdberg compiled the biographical material. Jean Lee sat next to Kimball at the dinner.

Processed By
Bertha Adams, Adrianna Del Collo, Courtney Smerz, and Kelly McCabe.

Historical Note

As a scholar, author, architect and museum director, Fiske Kimball had an insatiable desire to broaden his knowledge of the arts and, in turn, to educate and excite others in those pursuits. The son of an educator, Sidney Fiske Kimball was born in the Boston suburb of Newton, Massachusetts in 1888. Following his graduation from the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard in 1909, Kimball found his true academic calling when he entered the university's Architectural School. As the recipient of the Sheldon Fellowship, Kimball traveled to Europe to study architecture and in 1912 graduated from Harvard with a master's degree in the same field. By this time, Kimball began what would become a long and prolific career as a researcher and author. In the spring of 1912, he was invited to edit a book on the history of architecture as part of a series of histories of art to be published by Harper. Over the next ten years, Kimball supported his research efforts by teaching architecture and the fine arts at the universities of Illinois, Michigan, and Virginia. At the University of Virginia, he was a professor and head of the department of architecture and fine arts, and he also served from 1921 to 1923 as the university's supervising architect. During these same years Kimball married Marie Goebel of Urbana, Illinois (1913), earned his Ph.D. in 1915 from the University of Michigan and began lecturing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York while still teaching in Virginia. In 1923, Kimball left Virginia to establish the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, and was appointed the university's architect the following year. Over the next thirty years, Kimball published many books and articles and served on various editorial boards and numerous committees related to professional organizations and government agencies. He was involved in several historical restoration projects, the most notable being Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Assisted by his wife Marie, Kimball pursued his scholarly interest in Jefferson which kept the couple connected to the Charlottesville area well after Kimball left the University of Virginia. In fact, they built a home nearby at Shack Mountain.

In 1925 Kimball accepted the position as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin noted at the time of his death, "few have ever made a greater contribution to Philadelphia's culture." When Kimball assumed his directorship, the Museum still operated in Memorial Hall, a Centennial Exhibition structure, and its collection focused on American-made objects with an emphasis on textiles and the industrial arts. Construction of the new building was underway. During his tenure, Kimball oversaw the completion of the building's exterior and a significant expansion of its interior, most of which was accomplished with WPA-sponsored labor. As summarized in a 1955 issue of the Museum's Bulletin, a museum, as conceived by Kimball, should "express the world's artistic culture in all mediums, merging architecture, painting, sculpture and the decorative arts." To that end, Kimball filled the newly built Museum with several period rooms and architectural elements from Europe and Asia, and the collections he brought in were significant in representing art through the ages. With the Foulc collection came important Medieval and Renaissance sculpture, furnishings and artifacts. The Crozier collection brought Oriental art, and the Arensberg and Gallatin collections gave the Museum a significant holding in 20th century art.

To care for these collections, Kimball worked to develop a professional staff of men and women, some of whom went on to assume head positions at other major museums in the United States and in Europe. To all personnel, Kimball passed on his devotion to the Museum and a sense of fairness. As recalled in a Museum Bulletin, Kimball "was preeminent in his relationship with his staff...[giving] credit where credit was inspiring force." As evidenced in his records, Kimball often animated his correspondence with a "Bully!" to signify his approval of a particular action or recommendation. Such commanding enthusiasm complemented his physical appearance of six-foot-one and "of ample girth." Yet Kimball's most notable feature, according to PMA curator Carl Zigrosser, was his "cannonball head." From it "emanated persuasive ideas and an undeviating purpose. He was a titan of directed energy...[which] came from his sense of dedication to the Museum." Kimball's contribution to the Museum was publicly acknowledged when he was named the 1950 recipient of the prestigious Philadelphia Award.

In the end, according to his biographers George and Mary Roberts, Kimball's boundless energy and frenetic work habits apparently overwhelmed him, and in January 1955 he resigned as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. On March 2, Kimball's wife Marie, to whom he was very devoted, died. Five months later, while traveling in Europe, Fiske Kimball suffered a heart attack and stroke. He died on August 14 in Munich.

Asked to write an autobiographical sketch, Kimball best summarized his work and legacy. In collaboration with the Museum's presidents, an able staff, and with the support of the City and private benefactors, Fiske Kimball saw the institution "emerge from a minor provincial position to become one of the leading museums of America, now not unworthy of comparison with those of Europe."

Works Consulted

Fiske Kimball: Master of the Diverse Arts. An Exhibition Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, September 1995-July 1996. University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA). 23 Jan. 2003.

Kane, Mary Givens. A Bibliography of the Works of Fiske Kimball. Edited by Frederick Doveton Nichols. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1959).

"The New Director: Fiske Kimball, Ph.D." Bulletin (Pennsylvania Museum of Art) (Oct. 1925):2-3.

Papers of Sidney Fiske Kimball, 1918-1952. Fine Arts Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University (Cambridge, MA). 23 Jan. 2003.

"Review of the Year Presented at the Annual Meeting: June 13, 1955." Bulletin (Philadelphia Museum of Art) (Summer 1955):51-67.

Roberts, George, 1900- and Mary Roberts. Triumph on Fairmount: Fiske Kimball and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1959).

Scope and Content Note

In the three decades he served as director, Fiske Kimball worked tirelessly to complete the Museum's construction begun in 1919 and to fill the new building with encyclopedic collections of American and international art, architecture and decorative arts. These records document Kimball's devotion to the Museum and its staff and his boundless energy to guide his institution through an economic depression, the resulting federal relief programs, a world war, a cold war, and an awakening to the art being created in response to these world-changing events of the 20th century.

While the records consist primarily of correspondence, there is a substantial amount of photographs, mostly of objects, rooms and architectural elements offered for purchase. Also included are numerous newspaper clippings, ephemera, and notes, as well as floor plans and installation drawings, legal documents, reports, minutes, press releases and several publications, including government regulations and statutes. Original cross-references, usually preprinted forms on yellow or blue paper, have also been retained even though many no longer represent accurate referrals. Much of the paperwork generated by Kimball consists of his handwritten drafts and final versions. According to the finding aid prepared when the records were first processed in 1981, the records are a "composite" of files because for a number of years Kimball's records served as the "Museum's central file in which staff records were assembled periodically." Although this implied co-mingling blurs provenance, all the papers, regardless of generating office, make Kimball's involvement in every aspect of the Museum's operation apparent.

Kimball's correspondents were numerous, representing all aspects of the art world, from international dealers and auction houses, scholars, artists, educators, and other major art museums to professional organizations and journals, government officials, manufacturers, and endowment organizations. To cultivate a substantial donor base, Kimball wrote frequently to many of Philadelphia's oldest and wealthiest families, such as the Elkins, Lea, Lorimer, McFadden, McIlhenny, Powel and Widener families, and to some of the country's most prominent private collectors, such as Chester Dale, Walter and Louise Arensberg, Edward G. Robinson, and Thomas B. Clarke. Kimball also wrote regularly to the Museum's corporate officers and various committee chairs and the Fairmount Park Commissioners, who oversaw the City's financial connection with the Museum. From this correspondence emerges the development of many of the Museum's policies and procedures affecting operations, funding, staffing, and collection development. For many staff members, both administrative and curatorial, there is significant documentation throughout most of the nine series that comprise these records. For several key personnel, there is documentation of Kimball's recruitment efforts, and for many, especially during the depression years, there are countless letters of recommendation Kimball wrote in an attempt to place those whose jobs were lost through budget cuts.

Kimball's office hours had no limits since it appears that he would continue working on Museum matters while home at Lemon Hill, the colonial house in Fairmount Park provided to him and Marie during his directorship. Because most of those papers, usually notated with an "LH" by Kimball, pertain to his other interests of research, writing and consulting, particularly in architectural matters, they have remained as originally processed as part of the Fiske Kimball Papers (FKP). Some of this correspondence, however, does relate to items processed in the records. Therefore, the correspondence series in FKP, also filed alphabetically by author, may need to be consulted.

These records also reveal some of the underlying social and cultural issues that informed many of Kimball's actions and goals. For example, in a 1936 letter Kimball shows an awareness of the psychological impact of the depression, noting the "wretched situation of our men," who were minimally compensated and given no days off, and the need to give "decent treatment" to these employees because "there is much smouldering feeling [sic] of injustice." During World War II, Kimball collected information about bomb shelters and atomic attacks and exchanged correspondence with other institutions regarding the safe keeping of artwork. Another war repercussion becomes evident through a "Notice of Sale" issued in 1944 by the Alien Property Custodian inviting bids on "certain property formerly owned by certain foreign nationals." In a 1950 letter to Her Serene Highness of Liechtenstein, Kimball cuts to the heart of the cold war menace and offers the Museum as a site of safe keeping for the royal collection since "nothing can prevent the Russians, in case of war, from making the 'promenade d'Europe,' and taking anything they wish back ... as they did the contents of the Dresden Museum." Such subtle commentaries add a depth to the records, placing the Museum's activities within a larger social context.


Files pertaining to the acquisition of Walter and Louise Arensberg's collection of modern and pre-Columbian art are available in digital format. This digital collection is derived from correspondence and notes documenting Kimball's untiring efforts to bring the art collection to the Museum. The papers also chronicle the development of a sincere friendship between the Arensbergs and Kimball and his wife Marie. Letters from all four are included, and almost a decade's worth of coast-to-coast writing and traveling are represented. Also included are color images of sketches made by Kimball of proposed galleries for the Arensberg's collection. All images for this digital collection are located in the "Art collection" subseries of the "Objects and related topics" series.

Works Consulted

History of the Museum. Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, PA). 23 Jan. 2003.

History of Fairmount Park. Fairmount Park Commission (Philadelphia, PA). 23 Jan. 2003.


The Fiske Kimball Records now consist of nine series. The original processing consisted of five series. In this revised arrangement, the "General correspondence and related material" series comprises almost half the record collection. The "Officers and other overseers" series consists of the files pertaining to the Fairmount Park Commissioners and the Museum's corporate officers and committee chairs. These files make up approximately one-quarter of the collection. Both the "Administrative issues" and "Curatorial issues" series are subdivided by personnel and subject folders. The education department, library and registrar are documented in the "Service departments" series, and the Museum's fundraising efforts, public outreach and public relations programs are processed as the "Development and public relations" series. The second largest series, "Objects and related topics," includes the widest variety of materials and most of the record collection's photographs. The "WPA and other relief programs" series primarily documents projects carried out at the Museum during the 1930s. The smallest series, "PMA-related facilities," consists of a scattering of material relating to the Fairmount Park Houses and other sites operated by the Museum.

Throughout this finding aid and within folder titles, the abbreviation PMA refers to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and any of its earlier institutional names. The Museum Bulletin refers to the publication put out by the Museum under several titles reflecting its earlier institutional names.

The original "Subject File" series was comprised primarily of general correspondence, filed for the most part alphabetically by correspondent. Approximately one-quarter of those files have been transferred to four new series in an attempt to present the material in a more contextual arrangement that defines the various aspects of the operation, administration and personnel of the Museum, specifically documenting the officers and other overseers, administrative and curatorial staff and topics, and related facilities. The "Development and public relations" series was created to better categorize the fund raising subseries transferred from the original "Service Divisions" series, along with approximately 30 "Subject File" folders, which now comprise a new subseries entitled "Public programs and services." The revised "Service departments" series now includes a small subseries to document the registrar. Those files also were transferred from the "Subject File" series. Additional "Subject File" folders were transferred to the original "Education" and "Library" subseries, as well as the "WPA" and "Objects" series.

All dated material is arranged within folders in descending chronological order, with latest dated material placed on top. This order conforms to the chronology method attempted during the earlier processing.

Series I. General correspondence and related material

1923-1955, n.d. (bulk 1925-54)

42.5 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Comprising the largest portion of the Fiske Kimball Records, this series clearly documents Kimball's extensive contact with the institutions, individuals, and businesses that collectively directed and promoted art and artists, and a public appreciation for both. Kimball cultivated a variety of correspondents, from dealers and donors to museums, educational institutions and professional organizations. Throughout the three decades documented, antiques and art dealers appear to be Kimball's most prolific correspondents, particularly the New York firms of French & Company and Wildenstein and Company, as well as Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Acton Surgey, Ltd., A.S. Drey and M. Knoedler & Co. Additional material pertaining to most of these firms can also be found in the "Objects and related topics" series. Kimball's correspondence with personnel at other art museums in the United States is also significant. There are letters with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in every year-span subseries. Some of the correspondents at the Met were former PMA curators, including Joseph Downs, Horace Jayne and Francis Taylor, who served as the Met's director from 1940 to 1955. Other museums well documented include the Fogg Art Museum, the Toledo Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the University of Pennsylvania's museum. Much of the correspondence with the latter is with Horace Jayne, who served as the curator there before returning to PMA in 1955.

Kimball was also diligent in his correspondence with donors and private collectors. Those best documented in this series also represent some of the most prominent names in Philadelphia society, such as president of the Curtis Publishing Company George Horace Lorimer and his son Graeme and various members of the Elkins, Lewis and McFadden families. Another frequent correspondent was Chester Dale, whose art collection came to the PMA in the early 1940s. Files pertaining to the Museum's receipt of his collection are in the "Objects and related topics" series. There are also a number of correspondence files from the 1930s with Francis Patrick Garvan. In regard to professional affiliations, the bulk of material pertains to the Association of Art Museum Directors, the American Association of Museums and the American Federation of Art. There is a significant amount of correspondence with Harvard, New York University and the University of Michigan, educational institutions that Kimball was associated with either academically or professionally. Other schools represented include the Art Institute of Carnegie Institute, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University.

Although not on any regular basis, Kimball corresponded with some of the art world's more illustrious figures, such as the art critics and writers Bernard Berenson and Christian Brinton, the artists Marcel Duchamp and Georgia O'Keefe, and the architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Kimball also corresponded with the movie star and art collector Edward G. Robinson and his wife, Gladys, an artist, regarding possible exhibitions of their collection and of Gladys' work.

While most of this material consists of original correspondence to Kimball and file copies of his outgoing letters, there is a significant amount of correspondence between other Museum personnel and outside entities. Although this interfiling is in part a result of the previously noted central filing system, it also reveals how Kimball operated as a director. In many cases, Kimball would refer matters to various staff members, but also continue in the correspondence between the Museum and the outside correspondent. Thus the papers of a particular institution or individual may consist of letters with Kimball and/or with other staff members.

Many folders contain material related to the correspondence, including clippings, ephemera, photographs and occasionally a publication. Attachments have been retained with the appropriate correspondence as well as any reference material Kimball may have assembled with it. Notes are scattered throughout the papers, usually Kimball's own reminders or telephone messages.


This series is divided into 14 chronological subseries, typically of two-year increments. Within these subseries, folders are arranged alphabetically in one of two ways. Alphabetical-run folders contain papers generated by a number of authors, whose personal or corporate names fall within that particular alphabetical run (ex. Abel-Acme). The second type of folder documents a single author, personal or corporate. These individual files were created for authors represented by a significant amount of material (at least 10 items) or for any prominent author regardless of the number of items. Occasionally, items are filed by a personal or corporate name that is not the author of the correspondence but rather the subject. In other cases, items are mixed, including correspondence authored by or about the person or corporate entity. Both of these exceptions were part of the collection's previous order and thus have been retained. Some folders pertain to the estate of an individual and are titled as such, with "Estate" following the personal name. For each letter of the alphabet, folders containing an alphabetical run of various authors precede single author folders.

Subseries A. 1923-1926

1925-1926 (bulk)

11 A--American.1925-1926
12 Annis--Atlantic.1925-1926
13Abdill, William VanRensselaer. 1926
14American Bell Telephone Company. 1925-1926
15American Orchid Society. 1926
16 Beilouny-Burt.1925-1926
17Baltimore Museum of Art. 1925-1926
Barnes, Albert Coombs.

18Barnes Foundation.

Bell Telephone Company.

19Brazer, Clarence W. (Clarence Wilson), 1880-1956. 1926
110 Canessa-Colasonti.1923-1926
111 Coleman-Curtis.1925-1926
112Caldarazzo, Dr. L.. 1926
113Camp, Walter. 1926
114Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945. 1925-1926
115Curtis Publishing Company. 1925-1926
116 Dana-Duveen.1925-1926
117Dodson, R. Ball. 1925-1926
118Donahue, Daniel A..

119 E.-Eyre.1925-1926
120Essex Institute.

121 Fairmount-Frost.1925-1926
122 Gainsborough-Griffis1925-1926
123Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937.

124 Haddon-Hutchenson.1925-1926
125Harrisburg. Dept. of Public Instruction. 1926
126Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1925-1926
127Hubbard, Theodora Kimball, 1887-1935.

128 Illinois-Ithell.1926-1927
129 J.-Jones.1925-1926
130 Keen-Kramer.1925-1926
21 Lavery-Loughry.1925-1926
22 M.-Morris.1925-1926
23Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1925-1926
24 National-Numismatic.1925-1926
25New York University. 1924-1926
26Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward), 1864-1940.

27 Odam-Offner.1925-1926
28 P.-Purves.1924-1926
29Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. 1924-1926
210Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969.

211 Randolph-Royal.1925-1926
212Rea, Samuel. 1926
213Reifsnyder, Howard. 1925-1926
214Riefstahl, R. Meyer (Rudolf Meyer), 1880-1936.

215 Sanderson-Smithsonian.1925-1926
216 Social-Swarzenski.1925-1926
217Shapley, John. 1926
Shuttle Craft School of Hand Weaving.

218 Talbot-Townsend.1925-1926
219 U.-Upholster.1925-1926
220 Van-Victoria.1925-1926
221 W.-Williamson.1924-1927
222 Willing-Wright.1925-1926
223Yale University. 1926
224 Zantzinger-Zuerich.1926

Subseries B. 1927-1928


31 A.-American Institute.1927-1928
32 American Philosophical-Architecture.1927-1928
33 Architectural-Atlas.1927-1928
34A. S. Drey. 1927-1928
35Acton Surgey, Ltd.. 1928
36American Art Annual. 1927-1928
37American Association for Adult Education. 1927-1928
38American Association of Museums.

39American Association of Museums. 1928
310American Bell Telephone Company. 1927-1928
311American Federation of Arts. 1927
312American Federation of Arts. 1928
313The Antiquarian. 1928
314The Architect. 1928
315Architectural Record. 1928
316Art Center (New York, N.Y.). 1927-1928
317Art Institute of Chicago. 1927-1928
318Art Metal Construction Co..

319 Bachman-Baltimore.1927-1928
320 Balzac-Betts.1927-1928
41 Biddle-Boyer.1927-1928
42 Bradford-Browning.1927-1928
43 Bruckenmann-Byrd.1927-1928
4Bayan, J.. 1928
45Bourgeois Galleries. 1927-1928
46Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1927-1928
47 Cadwalader-Christian.1927-1928
48 Civic-Collingwood.

49 Corcoran-Curwen.1927-1928
C.C. Zantzinger and C.L. Borie, Associated Architects.

410Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1927-1928
411Carnegie Institute. 1927-1928
412Charles Scribner's Sons. 1927-1928
Clarke, A.W.

413Cleveland Museum of Art. 1927-1928
414Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1927-1928
415Creative Art. 1928
416Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945. 1928
416 Dana-Diel.1927-1928
417 Dietrich-Dye.1927-1928
418Demotte. 1927-1928
419Detroit Institute of Arts. 1927-1928
420Dorrance, John T.. 1927-1928
51Dreka Company. 1928
52Duveen Brothers.

53 Easby-Eyre.1927-1928
54Elkins, William McIntire, 1882-1947. 1927-1928
55Elsberg, H. A..

56Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.. 1928
57 Fairall-Fisher.1927-1928
58 Flagg-Furness.1927-1928
59Fetterolf, Edwin H..

510Fidelity 20th Century Storage Warehouse Co.. 1928
511Fogg Art Museum. 1927-1928
512Frick Art Reference Library. 1928
513 Galloria-Gnoli.1927-1928
514 Goezel-Griscom.1927-1928
515 Griswold-Guthrie.1927-1928
516Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937. 1927-1928
517General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). 1927
518General Education Board (New York, N.Y.).

519General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). "Philadelphia's Opportunity" brochure and other papers.1927
520General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). PMA applications.1927-1928
521Gillingham, Harrold E. (Harrold Edgar), 1864-1954. 1927-1928
522Goldschmidt, Adolph, 1863-1944.

61Goodwin, Philip Lippincott, 1885-1958. 1928
62 Hacker-Henderson.1927-1928
63 Herman-Hutchinson.1927-1928
64Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1927-1928
Horace Trumbauer, C.C. Zantzinger & C.L. Borie, Jr.

65Hornor, W. M. (William Macpherson), 1897-. 1927-1928
66Horter, Earl, 1880-1940. 1927-1928
67Howard Studios. 1927-1928
68 Improoved-Ingersol.1927-1928
69 J.-Justice.1927-1928
610Jacques Seligmann Galleries.

611Junior League of Philadelphia. 1927-1928
612 Keon-Kyper.1927-1928
613 Lapauze-Lesch.1927-1928
614 Lewis-Lind.1927-1928
615 Linton-Lyle.1927-1928
616 Lea, Charles M. and Charlotte Augusta.

617Lorimer, George Horace, 1869-1937. 1927-1928
618Ludington, Wright S.. 1927-1928
619 MacCoy-McVitty.1927-1928
620 Melrose-Morris.1927-1928
621 Morton-Myers.1927-1928
622M. Knoedler & Co..

623M.S. & I.S. Isaacs, Law Office. 1928
71Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1927
72Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1928
73Middleton, Plantou. 1928
74Modern Club. 1928
75Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1927-1928
76 N.-New York.1927-1928
77 Newbold-Nourse.1927-1928
78Newark Museum Association. 1927-1928
78Newton, A. Edward (Alfred Edward), 1864-1940. 1927-1928
79 O.-Owens.1927-1928
710 P.-Patterson.1927-1928
711 Peabody-Playground.1927-1928
712 Poly-Pusey.1927-1928
713Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne. 1927-1928
Pennsylvania Museum of Art. School of Industrial Art.

714Pepper, George Wharton, 1867-1961. 1927-1928
715Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1927-1928
716Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1927-1928
Philadelphia Museum of Art. School of Applied Art.

Philadelphia Museum School of Art.

717Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969. 1927-1928
718 Race-Riddle.1927-1928
719 Ridgway-Rockefeller.1927-1928
720 Roerich-Rulon.1927-1928
721Rea, Samuel. 1927-1928
722Reifsnyder, Howard. 1927-1928
723Riefstahl, R. Meyer (Rudolf Meyer), 1880-1936.

724Robersons of Knightsbridge, London.

725Robinson, Edward Stevens, 1893-1937. 1927-1928
81 Saller-Scientific.1927-1928
82 Scull-Simons.1927-1928
83 Sinkler-Spizzirri.1927-1928
84 Staake-Swift.1927-1928
85School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1927-1928
86Sill, Mrs. Howard. 1927-1928
87Smith, Mrs. Alfred Percival. 1927-1928
88Swarzenski, Hans. 1928
89 Tack-Tyson.1927-1928
810Taylor, Roland L.. 1927-1928
812 United-Upholsterer.1927-1928
811Toledo Museum of Art. 1927-1928
Trumbauer, Zantzinger & Borie.

813U.S. Customs Service. 1927-1928
814 Van-Vose.1927-1928
815Viking Products Corporation. 1928
816Volpi, Elia, 1858-1938. 1927-1928
817Von Moschzisker, Robert, 1870-1939. 1927-1928
818von Poschinger, L.. 1927-1928
819 Wahlgren-White.1927-1928
820 White, S.S.-Williams.1927-1928
821 Williamson-Wurtz.1927-1928
91White Allom & Company. 1927
92White Allom & Company.

See Also:

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / F. American art and decorative arts / 2. Decorative arts / f. Powel House, 224 South Third Street (Philadelphia, Pa.). Correspondence and other papers.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / F. American art and decorative arts / 2. Decorative arts / f. Miller House (Millbach, Lebanon County, PA). Correspondence.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / F. American art and decorative arts / 2. Decorative arts / f. Derby, Ezekiel Hersey house (Salem, MA). Room and furnishings.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / C. European decorative arts and arms and armor / 2. Rooms and other architectural elements / f. England. Wrightington Hall. Pine [deal] room. Purchased from Robersons of Knightsbridge, London.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / C. European decorative arts and arms and armor / 2. Rooms and other architectural elements / f. England. Tower Hill room.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / C. European decorative arts and arms and armor / 2. Rooms and other architectural elements / f. England. Sutton Scarsdale, Pine room No. 4. Purchased from Robersons of Knightsbridge, London.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / C. European decorative arts and arms and armor / 2. Rooms and other architectural elements / f. England. Cothay, Somersetshire. Offered by White Allom & Company.
93Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1927-1928
94Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1890-1978. 1928
95 Yale-Yawman.1927-1928
96Yellin, Samuel. 1928
97 Zeller.1928
98Zantzinger, Clarence C..


Subseries C. 1929-1930


99 Abdy-American Museum.1929-1930
910 American Philosophical-Antiques.1929-1930
911 Appalachian-Atlas.1929-1930
912A. N. Russell & Sons Co.. 1930
913A. S. Drey.

914Acton Surgey, Ltd.. 1929-1930
915Albertson, Benjamin S.. 1929-1930
916American Art Annual. 1930
917American Association for Adult Education. 1929-1930
918American Association of Museums. 1929
919American Association of Museums. 1930
920American Association of Museums. May Convention.Jan. 1929
921American Association of Museums. May Convention.Mar.-Apr. 1929
922American Association of Museums. May Convention.May 1929
923American Association of Museums. May Convention.1930
924American Council of Learned Societies. 1929-1930
101American Federation of Arts. 1929
102American Federation of Arts. Dec.-Mar. 1930
103American Federation of Arts. Jan.-Feb. 1930
104American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology.

105Arden Gallery (New York, N.Y.). 1929-1930
106Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc..

107Art Digest. 1929-1930
108Art Institute of Chicago. 1929-1930
109Art Metal Construction Co.. 1929-1930
1010 Babb-Barrie.1929-1930
1011 Barry-Bayan.1929-1930
1012 Bechtal-Bok.1929-1930
1013 Bonwit-Brinton.1929-1930
1014 British-Bury.1929-1930
1015Bacri Freres. 1929-1930
1016Baltimore Museum of Art. 1929-1930
1017Berenson, Bernard, 1865-1959. 1929-1930
1018Borie, Charles, 1877-1957.

1019Braun, John F.. 1929-1930
1020Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1929-1930
1021Brummer Gallery (New York, N.Y.). 1929-1930
1022Bye, Arthur Edwin, b. 1885.

111 Cabrera-Cluett.1929-1930
112 Code-Commonwealth.1929-1930
113 Conant-Curtis.1929-1930
114Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1929-1930
115Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts. 1929-1930
116Carney, Nancy Allen. 1929-1930
117Charles Scribner's Sons. 1929-1930
118Clarke, Thomas B. (Thomas Benedict), 1848-1931. 1929-1930
119Cleveland Museum of Art. 1929-1930
1110College Art Association (U.S.). 1929-1930
1111Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1929-1930
1112Creative Art. 1929-1930
1113 Da Costa-Denby.1929-1930
1114 Dercum-Duveen.1929-1930
1115Dallas Art Association. 1929-1930
1116Denver Art Museum. 1929-1930
1117Detroit Institute of Arts. 1929-1930
1118Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969.

1119Duveen, Joseph Duveen, Baron, 1869-1939.

1120 E.-Evans.1929-1930
1121Elkins, William McIntire, 1882-1947. 1929-1930
121 F.-Foster.1929-1930
122 Fouquet-Fuller.1929-1930
123Fairmount Park Art Association. 1929-1930
124Fakler, Jane. 1929-1930
125Farina, Pasquale, b. 1864. 1929-1930
126Fetterolf, Edwin H.. 1929
127Fogg Art Museum. 1929
128Fogg Art Museum. 1930
129French & Company (New York, N.Y.).

1210 Gage-Grant.1929-1930
1211 Gray-Gutbier.1929-1930
1212Galerie Carlhian (Paris, France). 1929-1930
1213Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937.

1214General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). 1929-1930
1215General Electric Company. National Lamp Works. 1929-1930
1216George A. Fuller Company. 1929-1930
1217Graphic Sketch Club. 1929-1930
1218 H.-Haverty.1929-1930
1219 Hazard-Historical Society of Frankford.1929-1930
131 Historical Society of Pennsylavania-Huntington.1929-1930
132Hall, Albert. Estate.1930
133Hearst, Mrs. William Randolph. 1929-1930
134Henry Moss and Co., Inc.. 1930
135Horter, Earl, 1880-1940. 1929-1930
136Hudson Fowarding and Shipping Co., Inc.. 1929-1930
137 Illuminating-Isaac.1929-1930
138Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.). 1929-1930
139International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation. 1929-1930
1310 J.-Julius.1929-1930
1311Jones, Alfred E.. 1929-1930
1312 Kane-Koch, Guenther.1929-1930
1313 Koch, Victor-Kuper.1929-1930
1314 Lifflander-Lyman.1929-1930
1315L. Erikson Electric Company.

1316 La France-Library.1929-1930
1317Lambert, Gerard. 1929-1930
1318Lorimer, George Horace, 1869-1937.

1319 M.-Matinee.1929-1930
141 Mattatuck-Meyer.1929-1930
142 Michael-Morse.1929-1930
143 Moskowitz-Myers1929-1930
144Marie Harriman Gallery. 1929-1930
145McMichael, Ellen Harrison. 1929-1930
146McMichael, Emory. 1929-1930
147Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1929-1930
148Modern Club. 1929-1930
Morey, Charles Rufus

149Morrison, W. R.. 1929-1930
1410Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1929-1930
1411Museum of the Peaceful Arts. 1930
1412Museum of Science and Industry (Chicago, Ill.). 1929-1930
1413Myers, Louis Guerineau. 1929-1930
1414 N.-Norman.1929-1930
1415 O.-Owen.1929-1930
1416 Pakard-Pennsylvania.1929-1930
1417 Pennypacker-Philadelphia School.1929-1930
1418 Philadelphia Society-Porcher.1929-1930
1419 Postal-Pygmalion.1929-1930
1420Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne. 1929-1930
1421Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1929-1930
1422Pennsylvania. Valley Forge Park Commission. 1929
1423Pepper, George Wharton, 1867-1961. 1929-1930
1424Philadelphia Antique Expo. 1929-1930
151Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1929-1930
152Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1929-1930
153Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1929-1930
154Public Ledger, Philadelphia. 1929-1930
155 Rabenold-Reina.1929-1930
156 Remington-Robb.1929-1930
157 Robinette-Rosenbach.1929-1930
158 Rosenblatt-Rutter.1929-1930
159Robersons of Knightsbridge, London. 1929-1930
1510Robinson, Edward Stevens, 1893-1937. 1930
1511 Sacramento-Schmitz.1929-1930
1512 Schoen-Sellers.1929-1930
1513 Sexton-Snitcher.1929-1930
1514 Social-Starr.1929-1930
1515 State-Stotesbury.1929-1930
1516 Stout-Symunds.1929-1930
1517School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education.

1518Scientific American. 1929-1930
1519Soane Gallery. 1929-1930
1520Spink & Son.

161St. Louis Art Museum. 1930
162Stein, Clarence S.. 1929
163 Taillemas-Tyson.1929-1930
164Toledo Museum of Art. 1929-1930
165 Uetz-Uruguay.1929-1930
166University of Pennsylvania.

167 Vallance-Vose.1929-1930
168Van Dorn Metal Furniture. 1929-1930
169Velde, R. van de. 1929-1930
1610Victoria and Albert Museum. 1929-1930
1611Viking Products Corporation.

1612von Poschinger, L.. Jan. 1929
1613von Poschinger, L.. Feb.-Mar. 1929
1614von Poschinger, L.. Apr.-May 1929
1615von Poschinger, L.. June-July 1929
1616von Poschinger, L.. Aug. 1929, July 1930
1617von Poschinger, L.. n.d.
1618 W.-Watts.1929-1930
171 Waugh-Wiener.1929-1930
172 Wildenstein-Wurts.1929-1930
173White Allom & Company. 1929-1930
174William Moore Company. 1929
175Worcester Art Museum. 1929-1930
176 Yale-Yonkers.1929-1930
177Yates, Philip. 1929-1930
178 Zantzinger-Zoological.1929-1930
179Zoological Society of Philadelphia. 1930
Saint-Gaudens, Homer, b. 1880

Subseries D. 1931-1932


1710 Abdill-Amran.1931-1932
1711 Antique-Atlantic1931-1932
1712A. S. Drey. 1931-1932
1713Acton Surgey, Ltd.. 1931-1932
1714American Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm).

1715American Association of Museums. 1931-1932
1716American Federation of Arts. Jan.-Mar. 1931
1717American Federation of Arts. Apr.-Dec.1931
1718American Federation of Arts. 1932
1719American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology. 1931-1932
181Antiques Magazine. 1931-1932
182Art Institute of Chicago. 1931-1932
183Art Metal Construction Co.. 1931-1932
184Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc.. 1931-1932
185Association of Art Museum Directors.

186Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1932
187 Babcock-Barringer.1931-1932
188 Beaux-Bern.1931-1932
189 Bigelow-Bok.1931-1932
1810 Bonsal-Bright.1931-1932
1811 Brinton-Brummer.1931-1932
1812 Bryn Mawr-Byne.1931-1932
1813Bardini, Ugo.

1814Bayan, J.. 1931-1932
1815Bok, Mary Louise Curtis.

1816Borie, Adolphe E.. 1931-1932
1817Bosworth, Welles, 1869-1966. 1931-1932
1818Bourgeois Galleries. 1931-1932
1819Boutourlinsky, Michael P.. 1931
1820 Carbonell-Chance.1931-1932
1821 Capman-Coffin.1931-1932
1822 Columbia-Cooper.1931-1932
191 Cope-Cox.1931-1932
192 Coxe-Curtis.1931-1932
Carlhian of Paris.

193Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1931-1932
194Carnegie Corporation of New York. Drafts - Experimental Branch Proposal.1930-1931
195Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts. 1931-1932
196Carnegie Institute. Museum of Art. 1931
197Cates & Shepard. 1931-1932
198Cescinsky, Herbert, b. 1875. 1931-1932
199Cincinnati Art Museum. 1931-1932
1910College Art Association (U.S.). 1931-1932
1911Cram and Ferguson. 1931-1932
1912 Dale-Detroit.1931-1932
1913 Dickey-Dooner.1931-1932
1914 Dorrance-Drexel.1931-1932
1915 Driggs-Duveen.1931-1932
1916Detroit Institute of Arts. 1931-1932
1917Duveen Brothers. 1931-1932
1918 Earle-Essex.1931-1932
1919Edwards, Anne. 1931-1932
1920Elkins, Ethel C.. 1932
1921 Fairmount-Fuller.1931-1932
1922Fetterolf, Edwin H.. 1931-1932
1923Flagg, Mrs. Stanley Griswold. 1931-1932
201Fogg Art Museum. 1931-1932
202Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1931-1932
203French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1931-1932
204 G.-Gestener.1931-1932
205 Gibson-Goodwin.1931-1932
206 Goucher-Guerlay.1931-1932
207Galerie Carlhian (Paris, France). 1931-1932
208Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937. 1931-1932
209George A. Fuller Company. 1931-1932
2010Goldscmidt, Julius. 1931-1932
2011Griffith, Beatrice Fox. 1931-1932
2012 H.-Henkl.1931-1932
2013 Henry-Hopkins.1931-1932
2014 Hopper-Hyde.1931-1932
Halsey, R. T. Haines (Richard Townley Haines), 1865-1942

2015Hirsch, Jacob.

2016Historical Society of Berks County. 1931-1932
2017Hornor, W. M. (William Macpherson), 1897-. 1931-1932
2018Howe and Lescaze. 1931-1932
2019 Ide-Ithaka.1931-1932
211Ives, Mrs. Frederick M.. 1931-1932
212 J.-Junnette.1931-1932
213J. Walter Thompson Company. 1931-1932
214Jelice, Jean Marsh. 1931-1932
215 Kahn-Kennedy.1931-1932
216 Kenton-Kolb.1931-1932
217 Konn-Kunsthistorisches.1931-1932
218 La Boiteaux-Larner.1931-1932
219 Larsen-Lee.1931-1932
2110 Leeds-Lewisohn.1931-1932
2111 Levitt-Loewi.1931-1932
2112 Logan-Lyman.1931-1932
2113Lorimer, George Horace, 1869-1937. 1931-1932
2114 M.-Mauer.1931-1932
2115 McClees-Mellon.1931-1932
2116 Mertz-Morgan.1931-1932
2117 Morris-Museum of Modern Art.1931-1932
2118 Museum of Science and Industry-Myers.1931-1932
2119Marie Harriman Gallery. 1931-1932
2120McIlhenny, Frances Plumer. 1931-1932
221McIlhenny, Henry P..

222McOwen, Mrs. Arthur. 1931-1932
223Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).

224Minneapolis Institute of Arts. 1931-1932
225 N. New Students.1931-1932
226 New York Geneological-New York University.1931-1932
227 Newark-Nyholm.1931-1932
228New Jersey. Dept. of Conservation and Development. 1931-1932
229New York Museum of Science and Industry. 1931-1932
2210 Oesterle-Oxholm.1931-1932
2211 Parker-Philadelphia.1931-1932
2212 Phillips-Prime.1931-1932
2213 Princeton-Puig.1931-1932
2214Pach, Walter, 1883-1958.

2215Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968.

2216Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne. 1931-1932
2217Pennsylvania. Dept. of Justice. 1931-1932
2218Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969. A Survey of Persian art from prehistoric times to the present.

2219 Rabenou-Robersons.1931-1932
2220 Roberts-Rosenthal.1931-1932
2221 Rosenwald-Russel.1931-1932
2222Rosenbach Company.

2223 S.-Sayres.1931-1932
2224 Scharfe-Scull.1931-1932
231 Sears-Seyffert.1931-1932
232 Shattuck-Southern.1931-1932
233 Speiser-Swarthmore.1931-1932
234School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1931-1932
235Stotesbury, Eva Roberts Cromwell. 1931-1932
236 Taylor-Tyson.1931-1932
237Taylor, Roland L.. 1931-1932
238Toledo Museum of Art. 1931-1932
239 Underhill-Upton.1931-1932
2310University of Pennsylvania.

2311 Valley-Vose.1931-1932
2312 Wackwitz-Wasserman.1931-1932
2313 Weber-Wilmington.1931-1932
2314 Wilson-Wyoming.1931-1932
2315Watts, Harvey Maitland, 1864-1939. 1931-1932
2316Weissberger, Herbert. 1931-1932
2317Wheelwright & Stevenson. 1931-1932
2318Wildenstein, Felix, 1883-1952. 1931-1932
2319Widener, George D.. 1931-1932
2320Widener, Joseph E. (Joseph Early), 1872-1943. 1931-1932
2321Williams, Mrs Charles F.. 1931-1932
241Woodhouse, Samuel W..

242Worcester Art Museum.

243 Yale-Yourievitch.1931-1932
244Year's Art. 1931-1932
245Zantzinger, Clarence C..


Subseries E. 1933-1937


246 A.-Allen.1933-1937
247 American-Architectural.1933-1937
248 Arden-Arthur.1933-1937
249 Ashbridge-Awbury.1933-1937
2410A.J. Lehmer, Inc.. 1936
2411Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 1933-1937
2412Ackerman, Phyllis, 1893-.

2413American Art Annual. 1935-1936
2414American Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm). 1933-1935
2415American Artists' Congress. 1937
2416American Association for Adult Education. 1933-1937
2417American Association of Museums. 1933-May 1, 1936
2418American Association of Museums. May 11, 1936-1937
2419American Council of Learned Societies. 1933-1937
2420American Federation of Arts. 1933, n.d.
2421American Federation of Arts.

2422American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology.

2423Antiques Magazine. 1933-1937
2424Archaeological Institute of America. 1935-1937
251Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc.. 1933-1937
252Art Association of Harrisburg. 1935-1936
253Art Gallery of Toronto. 1936-1937
254Art Institute of Chicago. 1933-1937
255Art News. 1933-1937
256Arthur Jaffe, Inc.. 1934-1937
257Artists Union, Philadelphia. 1933-1937
258Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1934
259Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1935
2510Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1936
2511Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1937
2512 Babbot-Baldwin.1933-1937
2513 Ball-Bardini.1933-1937
2514 Barker-Bayan.1933-1937
2515 Beaumont-Bently.1933-1937
2516 Berger-Biblioteque.1933-1937
2517 Biddle-Bishop.1933-1937
2518 Blackford-Bochman.1933-1937
2519 Bockius-Bok.1933-1937
2520 Bonney-Bradbury.1933-1937
261 Branch-Brewington.1933-1937
262 Brian-Brockway.1933-1937
263 Brook-Bryn.1933-1937
264 Buckham-Burnap.1933-1937
265 Burr-Byzantine.1933-1937
266Baltimore Museum of Art. 1933-1937
267Barnes Foundation. 1933-1937
Benson, E.M.

268Betsy Ross Memorial Association. 1937
269Better Homes in America. 1936
2610Blair, C. Ledyard. 1933-1937
2611Bloch, Julius T. (Julius Thiengen), 1888-1966. 1933-1937
2612Bok, Mary Louise Curtis. 1933-1937
2613Bonsal, Stephen. 1934-1937
2614Borie, Adolphe E.. 1933
2615Borie, Edith. 1934-1935
2616Bosworth, Welles, 1869-1966. 1933-1937
2617Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1933-1937
2618Brown, Samuel Joseph, 1907-. 1934-1937
2619Browning, Ella L.. 1933-1937
2620Brinton, Christian, 1870-1942. 1933-1937
2621Buehler, Lytton. 1933-1935
2622Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. 1933-1937
2623Bye, Arthur Edwin, b. 1885. 1933-1937
2624 Cadwalader-Carles.1933-1937
271 Carpenter-Chandler.1933-1937
272 Chapman-Church.1933-1937
273 Cincinnati-Clifford.1933-1937
274 Cloithier-Commission.1933-1937
275 Conant-Cooperative.1933-1937
276 Cope-Costikyan.1933-1937
277 Cottel-Creghton.1933-1937
278 Croft-Curtis.1933-1937
279Cadwalader, Margaret [Mrs. John]. 1933-1937
2710Cadwalader, Sophia. 1933-1936
2711Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1936-1937
2712Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1933-1934
2713Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1933-1935
2714Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1936-1937
2715Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts. 1933-1937
2716Carolina Art Association. 1933-1936
2717Chester County Art Association.

2718Charles Scribner's Sons. 1933-1936
2719Chicago Historical Society. 1934-1937
2720Cincinnati Art Museum. 1933-1937
2721City Art Museum of St. Louis. 1933-1936
281City Parks Association of Philadelphia.

282Cleveland Museum of Art. 1933-1936
283Clouzot, Henri, 1865-1941. 1935-1937
284College Art Association (U.S.). 1933, n.d.
285College Art Association (U.S.). 1934
286College Art Association (U.S.). 1935
287College Art Association (U.S.). 1936-1937
288Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1933-1937
289Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 1933-1935
2810Copley, William Nelson, 1919-. 1935-1937
2811Cranmer, Clarence W.. 1933-1937
2812Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945. 1935-1936
2813 Dale-de.1933-1937
2814 Deardon-Dixon.1933-1937
2815 Dodson-Downer.1933-1937
2816 Dreka-Dymoke.1933-1937
2817Drey, Paul. 1933-1937
2818Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969. 1933-1937
2819DuPont, Jessie Ball, 1884-1970. 1933-1937
2820 E.-Ehrich.1933-1937
2821 Elkins-Emergency.1933-1937
291 Emerson-Ewell.1933-1937
292E. and A. Silberman Galleries (New York, N.Y.). 1933-1936
293Ecke, Gustav. 1933-1937
294Edmonds, Obermayer and Rebmann. 1933-1937
295Elkins, William McIntire, 1882-1947. 1933-1937
296Elsberg, H. A..

297Esto Publishing Company. 1933-1936
298Evans, Lena Cadwalader. 1933-1937
299 F.-Fetherolf.1933-1937
2910 Fiero-Fitzwilliam.1933-1937
2911 Flagg-Flynn.1933-1937
2912 Foundoukidis-Frazosa.1933-1937
2913 Frederic-Furst.1933-1937
2914Ferargil Galleries. 1933-1937
2915Fetterolf, Edwin H..

2916Fleisher, Samuel S.. 1933-1937
2917Fleisher, Walter. 1935-1937
2918Fogg Art Museum. 1933-1937
2919Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1933-1934
2920Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1935-1937
301French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1933-1937
302Friedlaender, Walter F., 1873-1966.

303Frick Collection. 1933-1937
304 Gallagher-Gazette.1933-1937
305 Geddie-Girard.1933-1937
306 Glackins-Government.1933-1937
307 Graefle-Griswold.1933-1937
308 Groome-Guiot.1933-1937
309Galerie Carlhian (Paris, France). 1936-1937
3010Galerie Carlhian (Paris, France). 1933-1935
3011Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937. 1933-1937
3012Gary, Emma T.. Estate.1933-1935
3013Gazette des Beaux-Arts. 1936-1937
3014General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). 1934-1937
3015Georg Jenson Handmade Silver, Inc.. 1933-1937
3016Griffith, Beatrice Fox.

3017Griffith, Beatrice Fox. 1935-1937
3018Girard Trust Company. Girard Letter.1934
3019Goodhart, Howard. 1933-1937
311Goodwin, Philip Lippincott, 1885-1958. 1933-1937
312 H.-Harriman.1933-1937
313 Harris-Hazaltine.1933-1937
314 Heal-Heyl.1933-1937
315 Hibbs-Hitchcock.1933-1937
316 Hockenbury-Hornblower.1933-1937
317 Horter-Hugo.1933-1937
318 Humphreys-Hyde.1933-1937
319Harrisburg. Dept. of Public Instruction.

3110Harrisburg. Governor's Office. 1933
3111Hart, Charles D.. 1933-1937
3112Harvard University. 1933
3113Harvard University. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. 1935-1937
3114Harvard University. Tercentenary Celebration. 1935-1936
3115Henderson, Rose Neel. 1933-1937
3116Henszey, Beatrice. 1933
3117Hervey, Mrs, James Bertram. 1933-1937
3118Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1933-1937
3119Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 1933-1937
3120Hornor, W. M. (William Macpherson), 1897-. 1934-1937
3121Howard, Richard Foster. 1935
3122Howe, George. 1933-1934
3123 Iliff-Istituti.1933-1937
3124Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.). 1933-1935
3125International Museum Office. 1933-1937
321 J.-Jassen.1933-1937
322 Janvier-Johnson.1933-1937
323 Johnston-Jussel.1933-1937
John M. Doyle, Signs.

324John Price Jones Corporation. 1933-1937
Johnston, Ames, b.1902.

325Junior League of Philadelphia. 1933-1937
326 Karolik-Kent.1933-1937
327 Kidder-Kirby.1933-1937
328 Klaunder-Krull.1933-1937
329Kansas City Art Institute. 1933
3210Karolik, Maxim.

3211Kelekian (Dikran G.), Inc. (Paris and New York). 1933-1937
3212Kettell, Russell H.. 1933-1936
3213Ketterer, Mrs. Gustav. 1933-1936
3214Kidd, Hari, b. 1899.

Kidd, Harry Matthew.

3215King, Georgiana Goddard, 1871-1939. 1933-1935
3216 L.-Lay.1933-1937
3217 Lea-Leigh.1933-1937
3218 Lemaire-Lewisohn.1933-1937
3219 Librarie-Lloyd.1933-1937
3220 Lockett-Logan.1933-1937
3221 Logsdon-Lynes.1933-1937
3222Lea, Charlotte Augusta. 1933-1937
League of Nations.

3223Living American Art, Inc. (New York). 1936
331Lo Nano Ernest. 1933-1937
332Adolfo Loewi [firm]. 1933-1935
333Lorimer, George Horace, 1869-1937. 1933-1937
334Lorimer, Mrs. George Horace. 1933-1935
335Lowrie, Sarah Dickson, 1870-1957. 1933-1936
336 M.-Marietta.1933-1937
337 Markoe-Mauran.1933-1937
338 McClellan-McNeill.1933-1937
339 Meehan-Meyer.1933-1937
3310 Middle-Morris.1933-1937
3311 Morse-Museum.1933-1937
3312M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. 1933-1936
3313MacCoy, Mrs. W. Logan. 1933-1937
3314Marriner, Guy. 1934-1936
3315Mastbaum, Jules E.. 1936
3316McCormick, Henry. 1934-1935
3317McIlhenny, Frances Plumer.

3318Mechlin, Leila. 1937
3319Meliodon, J. A.. 1937
3320Merriam, Cyrus L.. 1936-1937
3321Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1933-1936
3322Micks, Mrs. J. W. (Sally). 1934-1937
3323Miers, Mrs. Richard Waln. 1933
341Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. 1934-1937
342Moon, Mary. 1934
Musee Galliera.

343Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1933-1937
344Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1933-1937
345Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Press release re "Art in America" radio series.

346 N.-Nesbitt.1933-1937
347 Netherlands-Newhouse.1933-1937
348 Newman-Nye.1933-1937
349National Committee on Folk Arts of the United States. 1935-1937
3410New Jersey State Museum. 1934-1937
3411New York Museum of Science and Industry. 1933-1935
3412New York University. 1933-1936
3413New York University. Hall of American Artists.. 1933
3414Newhall, Beaumont, 1908-. 1933-1937
3415Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia. 1933-1937
3416 O'Kane-Owen.1933-1937
Oberlander Trust.

3417 P.-Payant.1933-1937
3418 Peabody-Pettit.1933-1937
3419 Philadelphia-Pilling.1933-1937
351 Place-Powel.1933-1937
352 Pratt-Pyle.1933-1937
353Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968. 1933-1936
354Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne. 1933-1937
355Patterson, Mrs. George Stuart. 1933-1937
356Peck, Staunton B.. 1935-1937
357Pedersen, Erling H..

358Perky, Mrs. Cheves West.

359Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1933-1934
3510Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News (Firm). 1934-1937
3511Philadelphia Normal School. 1934-1937
3512Philadelphia (Pa.). City Council. 1933-1935
3513Philadelphia (Pa.). Office of the Mayor. 1933-1937
3514Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks. 1935-1937
3515Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969. A survey of Persian art from pre-historic times to the present.1933-1934
3516Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969. A survey of Persian art from pre-historic times to the present.1935-1937
3517Porter, Mrs. Anne Lowry. 1934-1936
3518Price, Evelyn Taylor. 1933-1937
3519 Quigley-Quisling.1933-1937
3520 R.-Rathbone.1933-1937
3521 Rea-Rhodes.1933-1937
3522 Rice-Rochester.1933-1937
3523 Rodenwaldr-Rosenberg.1933-1937
3524 Rotan-Rutt.1933-1937
3525Read, Conyers, 1881-1959. 1934-1935
361Remington Rand, Inc. 1934-1937
362Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton. 1936-1937
363Ringe, Thomas BK. 1935
364Rios, Fernando de los, 1879-1949. 1936
365Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich. 1933-1936
366Rockefeller Foundation. 1934-1935
367Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960. 1936-1937
368Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979; Rockefeller, Mary Clark. 1936-1937
369Rosenbach Company. 1933-1935
3610Rosenwald, Lessing J. (Lessing Julius), 1891-1979. 1933-1937
3611Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain). 1935
3612 Sack-Scattergood.1933-1937
3613 Schade-Schram.1933-1937
3614 Schumann-Sevitsky.1933-1937
3615 Shand-Sinkhovich.1933-1937
3616 Simpson-Sloan.1933-1937
3617 Smith-Society.1933-1937
3618 State-Stix.1933-1937
3619 Spaulding-Stark.1933-1937
3620 Stockwell-Stuart.1933-1937
3621 Sulger-Syracuse.1933-1937
371Saunders, W. Lawrence.

372Sawitsky, William. 1934-1936
373Sax, Percival M.. 1936-1937
Schapiro, Meyer, 1904-

374School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1933-1937
375Schuster, Carl, 1904-1969. 1934-1937
376Sipley, Louis Walton. 1933-1937
Sirovich, William Irving.

377Speiser, Maurice J. (Maurice Joseph) b. 1880. 1933-1936
378Stokes, May Margaret Egan.

379 T-Temple.1933-1937
3710 Thayer-Thring.1933-1937
3711 Tibor-Tyson.1933-1937
3712Taylor, Roland L.. 1933-1937
3713Toledo Museum of Art. 1933-1937
3714Trenton Free Public Library (Trenton, N.J.). 1935
3715Tyler, Mrs. George F.. 1935-1936
3716 U-Upper.1933-1937
3717United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1936
3718University of Michigan. 1934-1936
3719University of Pennsylvania.

3720University of Pennsylvania. Graduate School of Fine Arts. 1934-1936
3721University of Pennsylvania. University Museum.

3722University of Virginia. 1933-1936
381 Vairin-Voruz.1933-1937
382Venturi, Lionello, 1885-1961. 1934-1937
383Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. 1935-1937
384 W-Wanamaker.1933-1937
385 Warbury-Ways.1933-1937
386 Webster-Wendel.1933-1937
387 Wenger-White.1933-1937
388 Whitehead-Williard.1933-1937
389 William-Wister.1933-1937
3810 Witmer-Wyatt.1933-1937
3811Watson Art Galleries. 1934
3812Watts, Harvey Maitland, 1864-1939. 1933-1935
3813Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1936-1937
3814William D. Morley, Inc.. 1937
3815Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Wilmington, Del.). 1933-1935
3816Wood, Beatrice. 1934
Woodmere Art Gallery.

3817Worcester Art Museum. 1933-1937
391 Yorkdale-Yuan.1934-1935
392Yale University. 1933-1937
393Yale University. School of Fine Art. 1933-1937
394Yale University Press. 1936-1937
395 Zahn-Zimmerman.1933-1937
396Zoological Society of Philadelphia. 1935-1937

Subseries F. 1938-1939


397 Academy-American Planning.1938-1939
398 American Public-Atwater.1938-1939
399American Association of Museums. 1938-1939
3910American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology. 1938
3911Art News. 1938-1939
3912Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1939
3913 Bache-Boyd.1938-1939
3914 Braquette-Busch.1938-1939
3915Barnes Foundation. 1938
3916Buffalo Museum of Science. 1938-1939
3917 Callahan-Coiner.1938-1939
3918 College-Curtis.1938-1939
3919Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation.

3920Carnegie Corporation of New York. 1938-1939
3921Charleston Museum (Charleston, S.C.). 1938-1939
3922Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1938
3923Country Life Limited. White House article by Fiske Kimball.1939
3924Cramp, Alice H.. 1939
401 Daniels-Dolfinger.1938-1939
402 Donaldson-Duveen.1938-1939
403 Earp-Eyre.1938-1939
404 Fairmount-Fitzpatrick.1938-1939
405 Flippen-Fridenberg.1938-1939
406Fogg Art Museum. 1938-1939
407Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1938-1939
408 Galerie-Grode.1938-1939
409 Grand-Guerin.1938-1939
4010General Education Board (New York, N.Y.). 1938-1939
4011Gribbel, Griffin W.. 1938-1939
4012 Haberstock-Hornor.1938-1939
4013 Hospitality-Huntoon.1938-1939
4014 Institut-Insitute.1938-1939
4015 Janney-Joseph.1938-1939
4016 Kane-Kunstgewerbe.1938-1939
4017Keasbey, Marguerite. 1938-1939
4018 La Boiteaux-Library.1938-1939
4019 Lieberman-Lyman.1938-1939
4020Lewis, John F., 1882-1932. 1938-1939
4021Lorimer, George Horace, 1869-1937. Estate.1938-1939
4022 M.-Meyer.1938-1939
411 Middlesex-Mykytiak.1938-1939
412Mercer, Mrs. William R. (Martha). 1938-1939
413Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1938-1939
414Mitcheson, Lucie W.. 1938-1939
415 National-Newton.1938-1939
416Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia. 1938-1939
417 O'Conner-Overbrook.1938-1939
418 Pach-Perkins.1938-1939
419 Philadelphia-Prime.1938-1939
4110Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968. 1938
4111Peerless Steel Equipment Co.. 1938-1939
4112Pennsylvania. Dept. of Public Assistance. 1939
4113Philadelphia Council of Museums. 1939
4114Philadelphia (Pa.). City Council. 1938
4115Philadelphia Record. 1938-1939
4116Philadelphia Water Color Club. 1938-1939
4117 Raidman-Royal.1938-1939
4118 Sachs-Stanley.1938-1939
4119 Starr-Sweinhart1938-1939
4120School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. Starr-Sweinhart1939
4121Schuster, Carl, 1904-1969. 1938-1939
421Storey, Walter Rendell, b. 1881. 1938-1939
422 Taylor-Tyson.1938-1939
423Toledo Museum of Art. 1938-1939
424 United-University.1938-1939
425United States. Dept. of State. Conference on inter-American relations in the field of art. Agenda, report and participant listing.1939
426University of Pennsylvania. 1938-1939
427University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1938-1939
428 Vavala-Von Moschzisher.1938-1939
429 Walker-Wycoxx.1938-1939
4210Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts (Wilmington, Del.). 1938
4211 Y.-Youtz.1938-1939
4212 Zogbaum-Zogbaum.1938-1939

Subseries G. 1940-1941


4213 Abegg-American Flag.1940-1941
4214 American Philosophical-Avon.1940-1941
4215American Swedish Historical Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1940-1941
4216Arnold Seligmann, Rey & Co., Inc.. 1940-1941
4217Art Institute of Chicago. 1940-1941
4218Art News. 1940-1941
4219Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1940
4220Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1941
4221Association of Art Museum Directors. General correspondence.1941
4222Association of Art Museum Directors. Special meeting re protection and defense transcript.1941
431Atwater Kent Museum. 1940-1941
432 Baltimore-Bradley.1940-1941
433 Bregler-Bye.1940-1941
434Biddle, Brenda. 1940-1941
435Brinton, Christian, 1870-1942.

436Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1940-1941
437 Cadwalader-Clay.1940-1941
438 Clement-Cope.1940-1941
439 Cornell-Cushman.1940-1941
4310Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1940
4311Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1940-1941
4312Carnegie Institute. Jan.-Aug. 1940
4313Carnegie Institute. Sept. 1940-Aug. 1941
4314Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration. 1940-1941
4315 Daily-Duveen.1940-1941
4316 Eastern-Eyre.1940-1941
4317 Fairmount-Frick.1940-1941
4318Farrand, Max, 1869-1945; Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959. 1941
441Fleisher, Samuel S..

1941, n.d.
442 G.-Griscom.1940-1941
443Gimbel Brothers. 1941
444 Hammer-Hyde.1940-1941
445Hart, Charles D.. 1940-1941
446Holmes, Mrs. Christian R.. 1940-1941
447 Ilio-Ives.1940
448 Janney-Junto.1940-1941
449 Karolik-Kunszmaul.1940-1941
4410 Labaree-Life.1940-1941
4411 Loewi-Lyon.1940-1941
4412Lányi, Jenö. 1940
4413Lara, Helena S.. 1940-1941
4414Larner, Chester W.. 1940-1941
4415Lorimer, Graeme. 1940-1941
4416 M.-Messinger.1940-1941
4417 Michalyon-Museum.1940-1941
4418Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).

4419 N.-Northwestern.1940-1941
4420National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1940-1941
4421 Oglebay-Osborne.1940-1941
4422Oakley, Thornton, 1881-1953.

451 Pach-Print.1940-1941
452Peerless Steel Equipment Co.. 1940-1941
453Pennsylvania Company for Assurances on Lives and Granting Annuities and Reversions. 1941
454Philadelphia Transportation Company. 1940-1941
455 Randall-Runk.1940-1941
456Randon, Mrs. Edith. 1940-1941
457Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain). 1941
458 Sacred-Skutch.1940-1941
459 Smith-Symonds.1940-1941
4510School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1940-1941
4511Swan, Clifford Melville. 1941
4512 Tack-Tyson.1940-1941
4513Taylor, Roland L.. 1940-1941
4514 United-University.1940-1941
4515University of Pennsylvania. University Museum.

4516 Vairin-Virginia.1940-1941
4517 Wadsworth-Wildenstein.1940-1941
4518 William-Wortham.1940-1941
4519Widener, P. A. B. (Peter Arrell Brown), 1834-1915. Estate.1941
4520 Yale-Yarnell.1940-1941
4521 Zantzinger-Zu.1940-1941

Subseries H. 1942


451 Abele-Audette.1942
462American Federation of Arts. 1942
463American Philosophical Society. 1942
464 Ball-Bye.1942
465 C.-Coles.1942
466 College-Curran.1942
467Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1942
468 Dana-Du pont.1942
469 Earle-Eyre.

4610 Fenton-French.1942
4611Fogg Art Museum. 1942
4612 Galeria-Gunther.1942
4613 Haldeman-Hungerford.1942
4614Hawkes, Mrs. Morris. 1942
4615 Independence-International.1942
4616International Museum Office. 1942
4617 J.-Junto.1942
4618 Kansas-Kuszmaul.1942
4619Katsuki, Takashi. 1942
4620 Lara-Lorimer.1942
Lardner, Dorothy.

4621 Macfarland-Mellquist.1942
4622 Medelsohn-Museum.1942
4623Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).

4624 National-Noyes.1942
4625 Oakley-Ottie.1942
471 Pan-Propper.1942
472Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968. 1942
473Parsons, Ella. Estate.1942
474Philadelphia Water Color Club. 1942
475Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1942
476 Randall-Russian.1942
477 San-Sutherland.1942
478School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1942
479 Taylor-Tyson.1942
4710Toledo Museum of Art. 1942
4711 United-University.1942
4712 Vairin-Vanderbilt.1942
4713 Y.-Yamanaka.1942
4714 Wanamaker-Wortham.1942
4715 Zantzinger.1942

Subseries I. 1943-1944


47162601 Parkway Restaurant. 1944
4717 A.-Antiques.1943-1944
4718 Arnold-Ayers.1943-1944
4719American Association of Museums.

4720American Swedish Historical Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1943-1944
4721Association of Art Museum Directors. Meeting minutes.

4722 Bachove-Bullitt.1943-1944
4723Bonsal, Stephen. 1943-1944
4724Browning, Ella L.. 1943-1944
4725 C.-Citizens.1943-1944
481 City-Cushman.1943-1944
482 Davenport-Duveen.1943-1944
483Dixon, Eleanor Widener. 1943-1944
484Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969. 1943-1944
485DuPont, Jessie Ball, 1884-1970. 1943-1944
486 E.-Essex.

487Elkins, Ethel C.. 1943-1944
488 Farr-Frick.1943-1944
489Fleisher, Samuel S.. Estate.1944
4810French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1943-1944
4811 Gambriel-Guggenheim.1943-1944
4812 H.-Harvey.1943-1944
4813 Heard-Hutchinson.1943-1944
4814Harrisburg. Dept. of Public Instruction. 1944
4815Hawkes, Mrs. Morris.

4816Hollands. 1943
4817Hubbard, Helen.

4818 Illinois-International.1943-1944
4819 James-Jones.1943
4820 Katchadourian-Kurtz.1943-1944
481Kidd, Hari, b. 1899. 1943-1944
491Kimball, Katharine.

492 Landis-Lewisohn.1943-1944
493 Library-Lubington.1943-1944
494Lorimer, Graeme. 1943-1944
495 M.-Middle.1943-1944
496 Miess-Museum.1943-1944
497Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1943-1944
498Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1943-1944
499 N.-Norris.1943-1944
4910National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1943-1944
4911 Oakley-Ottey.1943-1944
4912 Parke-Pyramid.1943-1944
4913Panofsky, Erwin, 1892-1968.

4914Parsons, Ella. Estate.1943-1944
4915Peck, Staunton B.. 1943-1944
4916 Quaker.1944
4917 Red-Russia.1943-1944
4918Rhode Island School of Design. 1943
4919Rosenbach Company. Transcript of conversation with A.S.W. and Phillip H. Rosenbach.1944
4920 Sach-Sullivan.1943-1944
4921Schaefer, F. W.. 1944
4922 Thomas-Tyson.1943-1944
4923Taylor, Roland L.. Estate.1943-1944
4924 United-University.1943-1944
4925United States. Dept. of the Treasury. 1943-1944
501 Van-Von.1943-1944
502 W.-Wolf.1943-1944
503Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1875-1942. Estate.

504Widener, George D.. 1943-1944
505Wintersteen, Mrs. John. 1943-1944
506Wiesenberger, Arthur. 1943-1944
507Wolfe, Beatrice. In memory of Jane Wolfe.

508 Yale-Yarnell.1944
509 Zantzinger-Zimbalist.1943-1944

Subseries J. 1945-1946


5010 Academy-American Committee.1945-1946
5011 American Federation-Arnold.1945-1946
5012 Art-Avalon.1945-1946
5013American Association of Museums. 1945-1946
5014American Swedish Historical Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1946
5015Art Institute of Chicago. 1945-1946
5016Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting.1946
5017Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on Ethics. 1946
5018 Baily-Bonsal.1945-1946
5019 Born-Bury.1945-1946
5020 Cadwalader-Collins.1945-1946
5021 Colonial-Cushman.1945-1946
5022Cabot, Mary (Mrs. William R.). 1945
5023Cleveland Museum of Art. 1945-1946
5024Crofts, Margaret Lee. 1946
511 Dallas-DuPont.1945-1946
512Dale, Chester, b. 1883. 1945-1946
Dale, Maud.

513Detroit Institute of Arts. 1945-1946
514Drey, Paul. 1945-1946
515 Earp-Evening.1945-1946
516 F.-Furst.1945-1946
517Frick Collection.

518 Gallatin-Gummere.1945-1946
519 Hackley-Hyde1945-1946
5110Historical Society of Berks County. 1945-1946
5111 Ingram.1945
5112 James-Josephs.1945-1946
5113 Kean-Kieran.1945-1946
5114Kidd, Hari, b. 1899. 1946
5115 Laird-Lewis.1945-1946
5116 Levi-Lyne.1945-1946
5117Larner, Chester W.. Estate.1945
5118Lorimer, Graeme; Lorimer, Sarah. 1946
5119 M.-Mitcheson.1945-1946
5120 Montclair-Museum.1945-1946
5121McFadden, John H., Jr..

5122Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1945-1946
5123MKR's Art Weekly. Letter to the editor.1946
5124Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute. 1946
5125Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1945-1946
521 National-Numismatic.1945-1946
522National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1945
523National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1946
524 Oberlin-Ositer.1945-1946
525O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986.

526 P.-Paumgarten.1946-1946
527 Peace-Philadelphia.1946-1946
528 Phillips-Public.1946-1946
529Philadelphia Award. Board of Trustees. Kimball as proposed candidate.1946
5210Philadelphia Bibliographical Center and Union Library Catalogue. 1945-1946
5211Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. 1945
5212Philadelphia City Planning Exhibition. 1945-1946
5213 Quinn.1945
5214 Rabinowitz-Rosen.1945-1946
5215 Rosenbach-Ruksbureau.1945-1946
5216Rosenbach Company. Transcript of meeting with Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach.1945
5217 Sachs-Sessler.1945-1946
5218 Shore-Smith.1945-1946
5219 Society-Stiefel.1945-1946
5220 Stoddard-Sypher.1945-1946
5221School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1945-1946
5222 Taylor-Tyson.1945-1946
5223Toledo Museum of Art. 1945-1946
531 United-Urban.1945-1946
532University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1945-1946
533University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. Notes on director candidates.1946
534 Van-Vodges.1945-1946
535 W.-Warburg.1945-1946
536 Warwick-Whitney.1945-1946
537 Wickes-Williams.1945-1946
538 Wind-Wurts.1945-1946
539Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1875-1942. Estate.1945-1946
5310Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1945-1946
5311 Yale-Youngman.1945-1946

Subseries K. 1947-1948


5312 A.-Akers.1947-1948
5313 Akron-America.1947-1948
5314 American Academy-American Federation.1947-1948
5315 American Friends-American Viscose.1947-1948
5316 Ames-Art Alliance.1947-1948
5317 Art Digest-Arthur.1947-1948
5318 Ashton-Avalon.1947-1948
5319American Association of Museums. 1947-1948
5320American Collector. 1947-1948
5321American Committee for the Restoration of Italian Monuments, Inc.. 1947-1948
541American Federation of Arts. 1947-1948
542American Physicians' Art Association. 1947
543American Swedish Historical Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1947-1948
544Andrews, George. 1947-1948
545Antiques Magazine. 1947-1948
546Art Institute of Chicago. 1947-1948
547Art News. 1947-1948
548Association of Art Museum Directors. 1947
549Association of Art Museum Directors. 1948
5410Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1947-1948
5411Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on Ethics. 1947-1948
5412Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on reproductions and reproduction rights.1948
5413 B.-Bartman.1947-1948
5414 Babb-Bayard.1947-1948
5415 Beale-Beeten.1947-1948
5416 Behle-Berand.1947-1948
5417 Beres-Beury.1947-1948
551 Biber-Bixby.1947-1948
552 Blancher-Blumenthal.1947-1948
553 Boas-Born.1947-1948
554 Bosco-Boyd.1947-1948
555 Bradley-Brix.1947-1948
556 Brock-Bryn.1947-1948
557 Buchholz-Byard.1947-1948
558Barnes Foundation. 1948
559Bennett, Edith. 1947-1948
5510Berenson, Bernard, 1865-1959. 1947
5511Brengle, Katherine (Mrs. Laurence J.). 1947
5512Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1947-1948
5513Browning, Mrs. Edward. 1947-1948
5514Bryn Mawr College. College fund.1947
5515Buten, Harry M.. 1947-1948
5516 Cadby-Carlbach.1947-1948
5517 CARE-Cawalchini.1947-1948
5518 Central-Charleston.1947-1948
5519 Chautaugua-Chrysler.1947-1948
5520 Cincinnati-Clyman.1947-1948
561 Cocke-Columbia.1947-1948
562 Comfort-Cooper.1947-1948
563 Corcoran-Coxe.1947-1948
564 Cranbrook-Cutshall.1947-1948
565California Palace of the Legion of Honor. 1947-1948
566Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1947-1948
567Carnegie Institute. 1947
568Children's Museum in Irvington (New York). 1947
569Coffy, Mme P.. 1948
5610Colonial Dames of America. Pennsylvania. 1948
5611Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.. 1948
5612Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 1947-1948
5613Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. 1947-1948
5614Comite du Salon des Realites Nouvelles. Catalogue.1947
5615Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1947-1948
5616Coonan, J.E.. 1947-1948
5617 Daber-Day.1947-1948
5618 De Batz-Desjardins.1947-1948
5619 Dickson-Doll.1947-1948
5620 Donahue-Driver.1947-1948
5621 Dubose-Duveen.1947-1948
5622Dale, Chester, b. 1883.

5623Denver Art Museum. 1947-1948
5624Detroit Institute of Arts. 1947-1948
5625Downtown Gallery (New York, NY). 1947-1948
5626Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969.

5627DuPont, Jessie Ball, 1884-1970. 1947
571 E.-Eger.1947-1948
572 Electric-Eyre.1947-1948
573Edward Stern and Company. 1947-1948
574Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa). 1947-1948
575 F.-Ferguson.1947-1948
576 Fidelity-Floces.1947-1948
577 Foley-Francksen.1947-1948
578 Frank-Freck.1947-1948
579 Free-Fung.1947-1948
5710F. B. Vandegrift & Co.. 1948
5711Fogg Art Museum. 1947-1948
5712France. Ambassade (U.S.). 1947-1948
5713Freer Gallery of Art. 1947-1948
5714French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1947-1948
5715Frick Art Reference Library. 1947-1948
5716 Gaillard-Gazzam.1947-1948
5717 Geary-Getty.1947-1948
5718 Gichner-Glauner.1947-1948
5719 Golden-Grater.1947-1948
5720 Gray-Gutman.1947-1948
5721Galerie Carlhian (Paris, France). 1947-1948
5722Garvan, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1875-1937. Estate.1947
581Gimbel Brothers. 1947-1948
582Grafly, Dorothy, 1896-. 1947-1948
583 Haines-Hardy.1947-1948
584 Hare-Hawkins.1947-1948
585 Head-Hinsdale.1947-1948
586 Hippel-Home.1947-1948
587 Honolulu-Howard.1947-1948
588 Hubbard-Hutchinson.1947-1948
589Harvard University. 1947-1948
5810Hawkes, Mrs. Morris. 1948
5811Helft, Jacques.

5812Helm, MacKinley, 1896-. 1947-1948
5813Historical Society of Berks County. 1947-1948
5814Hyde, James Hazen, 1876-1959. 1948
5820 Ideals-Institute.1947-1948
5821 International-Ives.1947-1948
5822 J.-Jeffords.1947-1948
5823 Jenks-Justice.1947-1948
5824Jenks, Mrs John Story. 1947
591 K.-Kelly.1947-1948
592 Kemeny-Kindig.1947-1948
593 Kingsbury-Kootz.1947-1948
594 Kormendi-Kybal.1947-1948
595Kent, Kathryn. 1947
596Komor, Mathias. 1947-1948
597Kress, Rush Harrison. 1947-1948
598 L.-Lavis.1947-1948
599 Le-Lewis.1947-1948
5910 Library-Liturgical.1947-1948
5911 Learing-Ludington.1947-1948
5912 Luko-Lyne.1947-1948
5913Lass, Mark. 1947-1948
5914Lau, Ethel C. Elkins. 1947-1948
5915Lenygon, Mrs. Francis H. (Jeannette). 1948
5916Lewis, Ada H. (Mrs. John F., Jr.). 1948
5917Lewis, John F., Jr.. 1947-1948
5918Life. 1947-1948
5919Look. 1948
5920Lorimer, Graeme. 1947-1948
5921 M.-Manning.1947-1948
5922 Marchev-Mazenod.1947-1948
601 McCall-McWhitrter.1947-1948
602 Mead-Meyer.1947-1948
603 Michalowoski-Mitcheson.1947-1948
604 Modern-Morgan.1947-1948
605 Morley-Moss.1947-1948
606 Munson-Mystic.1947-1948
607M. Knoedler & Co.. 1947-1948
608McFadden, John Howard. 1947-1948
609Mercher, Allen J.. 1947-1948
6010Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1947-1948
6011Morris, Mrs. Herbert C.. 1947-1948
6012Morris, John B.. 1947-1948
6013Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1947-1948
6014Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1947-1948
6015Museum of the City of New York. 1947-1948
6016 N.-Netherlands.1947-1948
6017 New Art-New York.1947-1948
6018 Nicholson-Nymphenburg.1947-1948
6019National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1947-1948
611Newark Museum. 1947-1948
612New York University. 1947-1948
613Norman, Dorothy, 1905-. 1947
614 Oakland-O'Toole.1947-1948
615O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986. 1947
616 P.-Paumgarten.1947-1948
617 Peabody-Pennbrook.1947-1948
618 Pennock-Pesce.1947-1948
619 Peters-Phillips.1947-1948
6110 Piacentini-Powys.1947-1948
6111 Prendergast-Purcell.1947-1948
6112Parke-Bernet Galleries. 1947-1948
6113Paul Rosenberg & Co.. 1947-1948
6114Peikin. 1947
6115Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

6116Philadelphia City Planning Exhibition. 1947
6117Philatelic Museum. 1948
6118Prentice, Joan.

July 1947-1948
6119 Quadrangle.1948
621 R.-Republican.1947-1948
622 Rice-Rohmmeling.1947-1948
623 Roman-Rosin.1947-1948
624 Rosnov-Russell.1947-1948
625Rhode Island School of Design. 1947-1948
626Rose, H. Wickliffe (Harold Wickliffe), 1896-1970. 1947-1948
627 Sachs-Sawyer.1947-1948
628 Scalamandre-Scully.1947-1948
629 Seaman-Sestieri.1947-1948
6210 Shanklin-Shuipis.1947-1948
6211 Siegel-Sloane.1947-1948
6212 Smith-Smithsonian.1947-1948
6213 Snead-Soutten.1947-1948
6214 Spark-Spruance.1947-1948
631 Staal-Stendhal.1947-1948
632 Sterling-Stewart.1947-1948
633 Stockwell-Sturges.1947-1948
634 Summer-Syracuse.1947-1948
635Scalamandre Silks. 1948
636Sellers, Charles Coleman, 1903-. 1947-1948
637Seymour, Charles. 1948
638Sinkler, Louise E.. 1947-1948
639Smith, Hoxie Harrison. 1948
6310Sotheby & Co. (London, England). 1947-1948
6311Stokes, J. Stogdell. Estate.

6312 Taggart-Textile.1947-1948
6313 Theunis-Townsend.1947-1948
6314 Transbook-Tyson.1947-1948
6315Tamayo, Rufino, 1899-. 1948
6316Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.). 1948
6317Toledo Museum of Art. 1947-1948
6318Trevor, Clyfford. 1947-1948
6319Tyler School of Art. 1947-1948
6320 U.-Untermyer.1947-1948
6321Unesco. 1947
6322United States. Dept. of State. 1947-1948
6323University of Pennsylvania. 1947-1948
6324University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1947-1948
6325 Vagn-Vose.1947-1948
6326 W.-Ways.1947-1948
641 Weber-Whitfield.1947-1948
642 Wilder-Wnuk.1947-1948
643 Wolf-Wyeth.1947-1948
644Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.). 1947-1948
645Whitney Museum of American Art. 1947-1948
646 Kimball, Fiske.1947
647Widener, George D.. 1947-1948
648Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1947-1948
649William Trent House (Trenton, N.J.). 1947
6410Wintersteen, Mrs. John. 1947-1948
6411Worcester Art Museum. 1947-1948
6412World Art Museum, Jerusalem. 1948
6413 Yale-Youngman.1947-1948
6414Yale University. Art Gallery. 1947-1948
6415 Zanaboni-Zimmerle.1947-1948

Subseries L. 1949-1950


6416 Abbott-Ajelli.

6417 Albright-Amsterdam.1949-1950
6418 Ancona-Architectural.1949-1950
6419 Argentine-Art.1949-1950
6420 Ashton-Aymar.1949-1950
6421Agnew, Geoffrey W.G.. 1949-1950
6422Albany Institute of History and Art. 1949-1950
651American Association of Museums. 1949-1950
652American Collector. 1949-1950
653American Committee for the Restoration of Italian Monuments, Inc.. 1949
654American Federation of Arts. 1949-1950
655American Institute of Architects. 1949-1950
656American Philosophical Society. 1949-1950
657Andrews, George. 1949-1950
658Antiques Magazine. 1949-1950
659Art Directors Club of Philadelphia. 1949-1950
6510Art Gallery of Toronto. 1949-1950
Art Jury.

6511Art Institute of Chicago. 1949-1950
6512Art News. 1949-1950
6513Artists Equity Association. 1949-1950
6514Asia Institute (New York, N.Y.).

6515Association of Art Museum Directors. 1949
6516Association of Art Museum Directors. 1950
6517Association of Art Museum Directors. 1951 annual meeting in Philadelphia.1950
6518Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports. 1:2.1949
6519Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports. 2:2.1949
6520Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1950
6521 Artists equity association delegates.1950
6522 Committee appointments made by Kimball.1949-1950
6523Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on government and art.1950
661 B.-Bannister.1949-1950
662 Barclay-Barton.1949-1950
663 Basch-Bazner.1949-1950
664 Beale-Beufward.1949-1950
665 Bickford-Bitler.1949-1950
666 Blanchard-Booz.1949-1950
667 Boquet-Bozner.1949-1950
668 Brackett-Brough.1949-1950
669 Brown-Bryn.1949-1950
6610 Bucknell-Byzantine.
6611Barber Institute of Fine Arts. 1949-1950
6612Barlow, Alan. 1949-1950
6613Barnard, Vivia Grey.

6614Beaver Hat Antiques. 1949-1950
6615Beck Engraving Company. 1949-1950
6616Biddle, Alice; Biddle, Constance. 1950
6617Bonsal, Mrs. Stephen. 1949-1950
6618Breyer, Edith S.. 1949-1950
6619Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1949-1950
6620Buchholz Gallery (New York, N.Y.). 1950
671 Cadbury-Canterbury.1949-1950
672 Cappie-Cautela.1949-1950
673 Cecil-Chryss.1949-1950
674 Cincinnati-Clifford.1949-1950
675 Coffens-Columbus.1949-1950
676 Combs-Cooper.1949-1950
677 Copeland-Crown.1949-1950
678 Cummiskey-Cutten.1949-1950
679C. R. Fenton & Company. 1950
6710C. T. Loo, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). 1950
6711C. T. Loo, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). 1949
6712Cadwalader, John. 1950
6713California Palace of the Legion of Honor. 1949-1950
6715Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts. 1949-1950
6714CARE (Firm). 1949
6716Carpenter, Aaron. 1949
6717Catherwood Foundation. 1950
6718Cerny, S.. 1950
6719Chambers, Eunice. 1950
6720Chanticleer Press, Inc.. 1949-1950
6721Cleveland Museum of Art. 1949-1950
6722Clothier, Isaac H.. 1949-1950
6723Colonial Dames of America. Pennsylvania. 1949
6724Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.. 1950
6725Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 1949-1950
6726Corcoran Gallery of Art. 1949-1950
6727Cree, Cornelia. 1950
681 Dalley-Davison.1949-1950
682 Dawson-De Lovon.1949-1950
683 De Schauensee-Dehesa.1949-1950
684 Delaware-Dewey.1949-1950
685 Dickey-Dodge.1949-1950
686 Donnelly-Downs.1949-1950
687 Downtown-Durlacher.1949-1950
688 Dunlap-Dykeman.1949-1950
689Dale, Chester, b. 1883. 1949-1950
6810Dalzell Hatfield Galleries. 1949-1950
6811Detroit Institute of Arts. 1949-1950
6812Dixon, F. Eugene. 1949-1950
6813Drexel Estates. 1949
6814Dubosc, Jean-Pierre, 1903-. 1950
6815Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968. 1949-1950
6816Du Pont, Henry Francis, 1880-1969. 1949-1950
6817 Eager-Eidos.1949-1950
6818 Elfers-Equity.1949-1950
6819 Ernest-Eyre.1949-1950
6820E. and A. Silberman Galleries (New York, N.Y.). 1950
6821Edmunds, Obermayer and Rebmann. 1950
6822Elkins, Lisa Norris. 1949-1950
6823Erickson, Mrs. A. W.. 1949-1950
6824Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa). 1949-1950
691 Faber-Faust.1949-1950
692 Feigl-Fernberger.1949-1950
693 Fidelity-Fitzwilliam.1949-1950
694 Flassharr-Flowers.1949-1950
695 Foederer-Frankfurter.1949-1950
696 Franklin-Fulgence.1949-1950
697F. B. Vandegrift & Co.. 1949-1950
698F. Schumacher & Co.. 1949
699Freer Gallery of Art. 1949-1950
6910French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1950
6911Frick Art Reference Library. 1949-1950
6912 Galen-Gazette.1949-1950
6913 General-Givens.1949-1950
6914 Godenne-Graham.1949-1950
6915 Grand-Gunsser.1949-1950
6916Gemeentemuseum Arnhem. 1950
6917Germantown Historical Society. 1949-1950
6918Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum.

6919Griffith, Beatrice Fox. 1949-1950
6920Guimard, Adeline (Mme Hector). 1949-1950
6921Gwinn, David M.. 1949-1950
701 H.-Hammerslough.1949-1950
702 Hancock-Hartford.1949-1950
703 Hashimoto-Hazeltine.1949-1950
704 Head-Henry.1949-1950
705 Herbert-Heydenryk.1949-1950
706 Hidey-Hitt.1949-1950
707 Hoar-Holy.1949-1950
708 Honolulu-Hoyer.1949-1950
709 Hubbard-Hyperion.1949-1950
7010Harrisburg. Dept. of Commerce. Pennsylvania week.1950
7011Harvard University. 1950
7012Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1949-1950
7013 Icons-Institute.1949-1950
7014 Interior-Italian.1949-1950
7015Ingram, Herbert. 1949-1950
7016 J.-Jewish.1949-1950
7017 Johanson-Jussim.1949-1950
7018J.B. Williams Co.. 1949
7019Janis, Sidney, 1896-. 1949-1950
7020Jenks, Morton. 1949-1950
711 Kahn-Kautz.1949-1950
712 Keating-Khayatt.1949-1950
713 Kieffer-Kinneys.1949-1950
714 Klein-Kybal.1949-1950
715Komor, Mathias. 1949-1950
716 LaCoix-Lampl.1949-1950
717 Lancaster-LaPrensa.1949-1950
718 Larcade-Lavenson.1949-1950
719 Laach-Lemoisne.1949-1950
7110 Lenauer-Leylan.1949-1950
7111 Libbey-Llyode.1949-1950
7112 Lockeed-Los.1949-1950
7113 Losbichler-Lyman.1949-1950
7114Lehigh Art Alliance. 1950
7115Lewis, John F., Jr.; Lewis, Ada H. (Mrs. John F., Jr.). 1949-1950
7116Life. 1949-1950
7117Lorimer, Graeme. 1949-1950
7118Los Angeles County Museum. 1949-1950
7119Low-Beer, Fritz. 1949-1950
7120 M.-Malan.1949-1950
7121 Mancuso-Maryland.1949-1950
7122 Mason-Mays.1949-1950
7123 McAndrew-McDonnell.1949-1950
7124 McFarland-McVey.1949-1950
721 Meehan-Mexico.1949-1950
722 Middle-Mitcheson.1949-1950
723 Model-Morgan.1949-1950
724 Morganthau-Mouchy.1949-1950
725 Municipal-Myers.1949-1950
726M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. 1949-1950
727M. Knoedler & Co.. 1949-1950
728Magazine of Art. 1949-1950
729Margon, Lester. 1949-1950
7210Marie, Alfred. 1949-1950
7211McCormick, Chauncey. 1950
7212McFadden, John Howard. 1949-1950
7213McIlhenny, John D.. Estate.

7214Mellquist, Jerome. 1949-1950
7215Mercher, Allen J.. 1949-1950
7216Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.).

1949, n.d.
7217Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1950
7218Montgomery, James Alan. 1949-1950
7219Morris, Mrs. Herbert C..

7220Museo internazionale delle ceramiche (Faenza, Italy). 1949-1950
7221Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1949-1950
7222Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1949
7223Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1950
7224 N.-National.1949-1950
7225 Nell-Newton.1949-1950
7226 Nicol-Northeastern.1949-1950
731National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1949-1950
732National Gallery of Art (U. S.). Kress, Samuel H. Art collections. Notes.

733National Gallery of Art (U. S.). Kress, Samuel H. Art collections. Photographs. 1:3.n.d.
734National Gallery of Art (U. S.). Kress, Samuel H. Art collections. Photographs. 2:3.n.d.
735National Gallery of Art (U. S.). Kress, Samuel H. Art collections. Photographs. 3:3.n.d.
736New York University. Institute of Fine Arts. 1949-1950
737Newark Museum Association. 1949
738 O.-O'Keefe.1949-1950
739 Old-Ozenfant.1949-1950
7310Organization of American States. 1949-1950
7311 P. & D.-Parsons.1949-1950
7312 Partridge-Payne.1949-1950
7313 Peabody-Perkowski.1949-1950
7314 Perlman-Pfaff.1949-1950
7315 Philadelphia-Pheonix.1949-1950
7316 Pickens-Pitcairn.1949-1950
7317 Pleasants-Potts.1949-1950
7318 Prendergast-Pullium.1949-1950
7319Pach, Walter, 1883-1958. 1949
7320Parke-Bernet Galleries. 1949-1950
7321Paul Rosenberg & Co.. 1950
7322Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1949-1950
7323Pennsylvania Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1949-1950
7324Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1949-1950
7325Philadelphia (Pa.). Dept. of Public Property. Art Commission. n.d.
7326Prentice, Joan. 1949-1950
741 Rabinowitz-Raymond.1949-1950
742 Reed-Rewald.1949-1950
743 Rhoads-Risler.1949-1950
744 Rob-Rosenbaum.1949-1950
745 Rosenberg-Royal.1949-1950
746 Rubel-Ryan.1949-1950
747Rhode Island School of Design. 1949-1950
748Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.); Robinson, Edward G..

749Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.); Robinson, Edward G.. Photos.

7410Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). 1949
7411Rose, H. Wickliffe (Harold Wickliffe), 1896-1970. 1949-1950
7412Rosenbach Company.

7413Rosenberg, James N. (James Naumburg), b. 1874. 1949-1950
7414Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology. 1949-1950
7415Rudolf Wendel, Inc.. 1949
7416 S.-Savage.1949-1950
7417 Scali-Schofield.1949-1950
7418 Schranger-Scott.1949-1950
7419 Seattle-Seymour.1949-1950
7420 Shahn-Shuhagevsky.1949-1950
751 Siegfried-Simons.1949-1950
752 Sinkler-Sloane.1949-1950
753 Smiley-Smuz.1949-1950
754 Snelling-Soutyan.1949-1950
755 Spackman-Spruance.1949-1950
756 State-Stewart.1949-1950
757 Stiles-Styri.1949-1950
758 Suffolk-Syracuse.1949-1950
759Samuel H. Kress Foundation.

1949-May 1950
7510Samuel H. Kress Foundation. June-Sept. 1950
7511Samuel H. Kress Foundation. Oct.-Dec. 1950
7512Scalamandre Museum of Textiles. 1949
7513Scalamandre Silks. 1949-1950
7514School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education. 1949-1950
7515Schuster, Carl, 1904-1969. 1949-1950
7516Smith, Lawrence M. C. (Lawrence Meredith Clemson), 1902-1975. 1949-1950
7517Stendahl, Earl. 1949-1950, n.d.
7518Stern, Louis E., 1886-1962. 1949-1950
7519Stokes, May Margaret Egan. 1949-1950, n.d.
761 Talbot-Textile.1949-1950
762 Thalheimer-Three.1949-1950
763 Tietze-Tozzi.1949-1950
764 Train-Tyson.1949-1950
765Toledo Museum of Art. 1949-1950
766 Uhl-Upjohn.1949-1950
767United States. Dept. of the Army. 1950
768United States. Dept. of State. 1949-1950
769University Club of Philadelphia. 1950, n.d.
7610University of Michigan. Museum of Anthropology. 1949-1950
7611University of Pennsylvania. 1949-1950
7612University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1949-1950
7613Untermyer, Irwin. 1949-1950
7614 Valentiner-Vaughan.1949-1950
7615 Venice-Von Segesser.1949-1950
7616Victoria and Albert Museum. 1949-1950
7617Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. 1949-1950
7618 W.-Walter.1949-1950
7619 Wanamaker-Watson.1949-1950
7620 Weaver-Weyhe.1949-1950
7621 Wharton-Whitson.1949-1950
771 Wice-William.1949-1950
772 Williams-Wittler.1949-1950
773 Wolf-Wyomissing.1949-1950
774Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.). 1949-1950
775Ware, George W.. 1949-1950
776Whitney Museum of American Art. 1949-1950
777Widener, George D.. 1949-1950
778Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1949-1950
779William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts. 1949-1950
7710Wintersteen, Mrs. John. 1949-1950
7711Worcester Art Museum. 1949-1950
7712 Y.-Zunser.1949-1950
7713Yale University. 1949-1950

Subseries M. 1951-1952


7714 A.-Akers.1951-1952
7715 Albert-American friends.1951-1952
7716 American Institute-Amsterdam.1951-1952
7717 Anders-Armitage.1951-1952
7718 Armstrong-Arts.1951-1952
7719 Asam-Aymar.1951-1952
7720Albright Art Gallery (Buffalo, N.Y.). 1951-1952
7721American Association for the Advancement of Science. 1951
781American Association of Museums. 1951-1952
782American Association of Museums. Minor executives.1951-1952, n.d.
783American Committee for Cultural Freedom. 1952
784American Federation of Arts. 1951-1952
785American Philosophical Society. 1951-1952
786Antiques Magazine. 1951-1952
787Art Directors Club of Philadelphia. 1952, n.d.
788Art Gallery of Toronto. 1951-1952
789Art Institute of Chicago. 1951-1952
7810Art News. 1951-1952
7811Artists Equity Association. 1952
7812Association of Art Museum Directors. 1951
7813Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting in Philadelphia.1951, n.d.
7814Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting and minutes report.1951-1952, n.d.
7815Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on government and art.1951
7816 B.-Banks.1951-1952
7817 Barany-Barringer.1951-1952
7818 Baseman-Bayley.1951-1952
7819 Beadenkopf-Bennington.1951-1952
7820 Benson-Betz.1951-1952
791 Bibesco-Bizardel.1951-1952
792 Blackburn-Blumhaven.1951-1952
793 Boas-Boyle.1951-1952
794 Bradford-Breyer.1951-1952
795 Brinton-Brown.1951-1952
796 Browning-Bryn.1951-1952
797 Buchanan-Burlington.1951-1952
798 Burroughs-Byford.1951-1952
799Baltimore Museum of Art. 1951-1952
7910Barnes Foundation. Charter and deed.1952
7911Beaver Hat Antiques. 1951-1952
7912Bennett, Edith. 1951-1952
7913Bouchard, Thomas. 1952
7914Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1951-1952
7915 Cabrera-Camargo.1951-1952
7916 Cames-Capone.1951-1952
7917 Card-Caro.1951-1952
7918 Carr-Cayuga.1951-1952
7920 Cecil-Chapellier.1951-1952
7921 Charles-Churchmen.1951-1952
7922 Cincinnati-Clothier.1951-1952
7923 Coates-Columbus.1951-1952
801 Commercial-Cooper.1951-1952
802 Copeland-Cotton.1951-1952
803 Coulbourn-Coyne.1951-1952
804 Craig-Curtis.1951-1952
805C. T. Loo, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
806Campbell, William M.. 1951
807Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1952
808Carnegie Institute. 1951-1952
809Catherwood Foundation.

1951-1952, n.d.
8010City Art Gallery, Bristol. 1952
8011Clark, Ivy (Mrs. Aflred Clark). 1952
8012Cleveland Museum of Art. 1951-1952
8013Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.. 1951-1952
8014Conrad, Mrs. Bryan. 1951-1952
8015Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 1951-1952
8016Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
8017 D'Albis-Dayton.1951-1952
8018 De Lorm-Delius.1951-1952
8019 DeMond-Dewees.1951-1952
8020 Dick-Dodge.1951-1952
8021 Donnelly-Drummond.1951-1952
8022 Dugento-Dykes1951-1952
8023Dale, Chester, b. 1883. 1951-1952
8024Meyer de Schauensee, [Wilhelmina] (Mrs. Rodolphe). 1951-1952, n.d.
811Detroit Institute of Arts. 1951-1952
812Downtown Gallery (New York, NY). 1951-1952
813Dreier, Katherine Sophie, 1877-1952.

814Dubosc, Jean-Pierre, 1903-. 1951-1952
815Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968.

816 Earp-Eitel.1951-1952
817 Ellinger-Epstein.1951-1952
818 Erickson-Evening.1951-1952
819E. and A. Silberman Galleries (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
8110Elkins, George W.. 1951-1952
8111Elkins, Lisa Norris. Estate.1951
8112EMECO Corporation. 1951-1952
8113 F.-Fessenden.1951-1952
8114 Fidelity-Fisher.1951-1952
8115 Fishman-Flood.1951-1952
8116 Folwell-Frank.1951-1952
8117 Franklin-Fry.1951-1952
8118 Fuerst-Furman.1951-1952
8119F. B. Vandegrift & Co.. 1951
8120Falk, Johnny, 1907?-1992. 1952
8121Far Eastern Ceramic Group. 1951-1952
8122Fogg Art Museum.

8123Frank Strick Foundation. 1951-1952
8124Freer Gallery of Art. 1951-1952
8125French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
821Frick Art Reference Library. 1951-1952
822 Galerie-Gay.1951-1952
823 Gearhart-Gerner.1951-1952
824 Gianquinto-Glueckselig.1951-1952
825 Godcharles-Granahan.1951-1952
826 Grand-Gruwald.1951-1952
827 Guerin-Goudy.1951-1952
828Garvan, Mabel Brady. 1951-1952
829Germantown Historical Society. 1951-1952
8210Gimbel Brothers. 1951-1952
8211Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum. 1951-1952
8212Grolier Society, Inc.. 1951
8213 H.-Hammer.1951-1952
8214 Hancock-Harris.1951-1952
8215 Harrison-Harvard.1951-1952
8216 Hasb-Hazeltine.1951-1952
8217 Headland-Helm.1951-1952
8218 Hendler-Heydenryk.1951-1952
8219 Hidey-Historical.1951-1952
8220 Hobart-Hofmann.1951-1952
8221 Holland-Homespun.1951-1952
831 Hooker-Hsiung.1951-1952
832 Huber-Hyde.1951-1952
833Harper & Brothers. 1951-1952
834Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. 1951-1952
835Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1951-1952
836 Idris-Indonesia.1951-1952
837 International-Italian.1951-1952
838IBM Gallery. 1951
839Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, Mass.). 1952
8310 J.-Jenyns.1951-1952
8311 Jochanan-Junior.1951-1952
8312Jeffords, Walter M.. 1951-1952
8313Jeffords, Walter M.. Photos.n.d.
8314Jenks, Morton. 1951
8315John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. 1952
8316 Kachel-Kautz.1951-1952
8317 Kearney-Khayat.1951-1952
8318 Kieffer-Kirsch.1951-1952
8319 Klett-Kootz.1951-1952
8320 Koscherak-Kunstmyseum.1951-1952
8321Ketchum Communications Inc.. 1952
8322Kidd, Hari, b. 1899. 1951
8323Komor, Mathias. 1951-1952
8324Kramrisch, Stella, 1898-. 1952
8325 Labovitz-Laprairie.1951-1952
8326 Larcade-Laythe.1951-1952
841 Leach-Leiser.1951-1952
842 Leland-Lewisohn.1951-1952
843 Libherts-Lindberg.1951-1952
844 Lindley-Llyod.1951-1952
845 Loberg-Lorenzetti.1951-1952
846 Los-Lynch.1951-1952
847Lehigh Art Alliance. 1951
848Lewis, Ada H. (Mrs. John F., Jr.); Lewis, John F., Jr.. 1951-1952
849Life. 1951-1952
8410Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-. 1951-1952
8411Lorimer, Graeme. 1951-1952
8412Los Angeles County Museum. 1951-1952
8413Low-Beer, Fritz. 1951-1952
8414 Maag-Manz.1951-1952
8415 Margon-Mayer.1951-1952
8416 McChesney-McNair.1951-1952
8417 Medallic-Metters.1951-1952
8418 Miami-Mitcheson.1951-1952
8419 Moise-Mount.1951-1952
8420 Muir-Museuo.1951-1952
851 Museum-Mylar.1951-1952
852M. H. De Young Memorial Museum. 1951-1952
853M. Knoedler & Co.. 1951-1952
854Magazine of Art. 1951-1952
855McCarthy, Elizabeth White. 1951-1952
856McFadden, John H., Jr.. 1951-1952
857Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1952
858Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1951
859Milwaukee Art Institute. 1951-1952
8510Minneapolis Institute of Arts. 1951-1952
8511Modern Art Foundry. 1951-1952
8512Montgomery, James Alan. 1951-1952
8513Morris, Mrs. Herbert C.. 1951-1952, n.d.
8514Museum Council of Philadelphia. 1951-1952, n.d.
8515Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

8516Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1951-1952
8517Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1951
8518Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1952
8519 N.-National Society.1951-1952
8520 Neagoe-Newcomen.1951-1952
8521 New Directions-New York.1951-1952
8522 Nordenfjeldske-Nutt.1951-1952
861National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1951-1952
862New York University. Institute of Fine Arts. 1951
863 Oakland-Oliver.1951-1952
864 Olsen-Ozenfant.1951-1952
865Offner, Richard, 1889-1965. 1951-1952, n.d.
866 Page-Payton.1951-1952
867 Peale-Pew.1951-1952
868 Phaidon-Phillips.1951-1952
869 Picard-Plumer.1951-1952
8610 Poche-Pottash.1951-1952
8611 Prendergast-Puyvelde.1951-1952
8612Parke-Bernet Galleries. 1951-1952
8613Paul Rosenberg & Co.. 1951-1952
8614Peabody Museum of Natural History. 1951-1952
8615Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

8616Pennsylvania Company for Assurances on Lives and Granting Annuities and Reversions. 1951-1952
8617Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 1951-1952
8618Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1951-1952
8619 Quick.1951-1952
8620 R.-Rausnitz.1951-1952
8621 Ravdin-Raymond.1951-1952
8622 Redevelopment-Rhode Island.1951-1952
8623 Rice-RKO Radio.1951-1952
871 Robbins-Rosenblatt.1951-1952
872 Rosengart-Rossi.1951-1952
873 Rotan-Royal.1951-1952
874 Rubin-Ryan.1951-1952
875Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). Jan.-May 1951, n.d.
876Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). June-Dec. 1951
877Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). 1952, n.d.
878Romano, Francesco. 1952
879Rosenbach Company. 1951-1952
8710 Safani-Sayman.1951-1952
8711 Scavillo-Schlotzhauer.1951-1952
8712 Schneider-Sculptors.1951-1952
8713 Seattle-Sexton.1951-1952
8714 Shadrack-Shrubsole.1951-1952
8715 Sibley-Slobodkina.1951-1952
8716 Smith-Smitts.1951-1952
8717 Snyder-Soutyan.1951-1952
8718 Spaeth-Squire.1951-1952
881 Staak-Stewart.1951-1952
882 Stichting-Stuempfig.1951-1952
883 Sullivan-Szukasi.1951-1952
884San Francisco Museum of Art. 1951-1952
885Samuel H. Kress Foundation. 1951-1952, n.d.
886Santa Barbara Museum of Art. 1951-1952
887Scalamandre Museum of Textiles. 1952
888Sinkler, Louise E.. 1951-1952
889Skira (Firm). 1951-1952
8810Stendahl, Earl. n.d.
8811Stern, Louis E., 1886-1962. 1951-1952
8812Stokes, May Margaret Egan. 1951-1952
8813Stora (R.) & Co. (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
8814 Tallant-Textile.1951-1952
8815 Thacher-Tietz.1951-1952
8816 Time-Tozzi.1951-1952
8817 Treible-Tyson.1951-1952
8818Tisné, Pierre. 1951-1952
8819Toledo Museum of Art. 1951-1952
8820Toledo Museum of Art. Survey of employment conditions.1951
891 Ulizio-University Club.1951-1952
892Unesco. 1951-1952
893 University of Georgia-Upshur.1951-1952
894United States. Dept. of State. 1951-1952
895University of Miami. 1951
896University of Michigan. 1951-1952
897University of Minnesota. 1951-1952
898University of Notre Dame. 1952
899University of Pennsylvania. 1951-1952
8910University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1951-1952
8911 Vaccarino-Van.1951-1952
8912 Vanclaim-Voye.1951-1952
8913Victoria and Albert Museum. 1952
8914Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. 1951-1952
8915Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Horace. 1951-1952
8916Von Kienbusch, Carl Otto Kretzschmar, 1884-1976. 1951-1952
8917 Wacker-Walsh.1951-1952
8918 Wanamaker-Ware.1951-1952
8919 Waroquiers-Wayne.1951-1952
8920 WCAU-Western.1951-1952
8921 Wharton-Who.1951-1952
8922 Wiesenberger-Wilder.1951-1952
8923 Wilf-Wilson.1951-1952
8924 Wine-Witt.1951-1952
901 Woebse-Wu.1951-1952
902Wadsworth Atheneum. 1951-1952
903Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.). 1951
904Whitney Museum of American Art. 1951-1952
905Widener, George D.. 1951-1952
906Wiesenberger, Arthur. 1951-1952
907Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1951-1952
908William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts. 1951-1952
909Williams, Mrs Charles F.. 1951-1952
9010Wintersteen, Mrs. John. 1951-1952
9011Worcester Art Museum. 1951-1952
9012 Yeager-Zurcher.1951-1952
9013Yale University. Art Gallery. 1951-1952

Subseries N. 1953-1955


9014 Abagg-Agnew.1953-1954
9015 Albany-Ambler.1953-1954
9016 American Association-American Swedish.1953-1954
9017 Anderson-Armstrong.1953-1954
9018 Art-Azeez.1953-1954
9019American Association of Museums. 1953-1954
9020American Association of Museums. Committee on government and art.1954
9021American Federation of Arts. 1953-1954
9022Annenberg, Walter H., 1908-.

1954, n.d.
911Antiques Magazine. 1953-1954
912Art Digest. 1953-1954
913Art Directors Club of Philadelphia. 1954
914Art Gallery of Toronto. 1953-1954
915Art Institute of Chicago. 1953-1954
916Art News. 1953-1954
917Art Quarterly. 1953
918Association of Art Museum Directors. 1953-1954
919Association of Art Museum Directors. Annual meeting. Minutes and reports.1953
9110Association of Art Museum Directors. Committee on government and art.1954
9111 Babcock-Ballou.1953-1954
9112 Banks-Bayley.1953-1954
9113 Bennett-Bewley.1953-1954
9114 Beal-Benn.1953-1954
9115 Biddle-Blum.1953-1954
9116 Boas-Boyer.1953-1954
9117 Brace-Brommenschenkel.1953-1954
9118 Brokks-Bryn.1953-1954
9119 Buchholz-Butler.1953-1954
9120Baltimore Museum of Art. 1953-1954
9121Bregler, Charles. 1953-1954
921British Museum. 1953-1954
922Brooklyn Museum of Art. 1953-1954
923 Cabred-Carritt.1953-1954
924 Carroll-Cayuga.1953-1954
925 Celanse-Chatsworth.1953-1954
926 Cheadle-Christie.1953-1954
927 Cincinnati-Cloud.1953-1954
928 Coches-Columbus.1953-1954
929 Committee-Coor.1953-1954
9210 Corby-Corse.1953-1954
9211 Cosmopolitan-Curtis.1953-1954
9212C. T. Loo, Inc. (New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954
9213Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. 1953-1954
9214Carlebach, Julius. 1953
9215Carlhian (Firm : New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954
9216Carnegie Institute. 1953-1954
9217Catherwood Foundation. 1953-1954, n.d.
9218Chateaubriand Bandeira de Melo, Francisco de Assis, 1892-1968. 1953-1954
9220Christ Church (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1954
9221Chrysler, Walter P. (Walter Percy), 1909-. 1953-1954
9222Cleveland Museum of Art. 1953-1954
9223Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.. 1953
9224Commercial Museum (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1953-1954
9225Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 1953-1954
931Costikyan, Mihran N.. 1953-1954
932Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954
933 D.-Davison.1953-1954
934 De-Des.1953-1954
935 Dechert-Dexter.1953-1954
936 Diamond-Domasch.1953-1954
937 Donahue-Drummond.1953-1954
938 Du Bell-Dyer.1953-1954
939Dale, Chester, b. 1883. 1953-1954, n.d.
9310Dayton Art Institute. 1953-1954
9311Meyer de Schauensee, [Wilhelmina] (Mrs. Rodolphe). 1953-1954
9312Detroit Institute of Arts. 1953-1954
9313Direction des musées de France. 1953-1954
9314Downtown Gallery (New York, NY). 1953-1954
9315Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968. 1953-1954
9316 E.-Eisenberg.1953-1954
9317 Elam-Ely.1953-1954
9318 Emergency-Epstein.1953-1954
9319 Ernst-Eyer.1953-1954
9320Editions des Trois Collines. 1953
9321Edwards, James L.. 1953-1954
9322Episcopal Academy (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1953
9323English-Speaking Union. 1953
941 F.-Fay.1953-1954
942 Feigl-Flythe.1953-1954
943 Ford-Fox.1953-1954
944 France-Furness.1953-1954
945F.E. Compton Company. 1953-1954
946Fairmount Park Art Association. 1953-1954
947Falk, Johnny, 1907?-1992. 1953-1954
948Fogg Art Museum. 1953-1954
France. Ministere de la culture et de l'environmement.

949Freer Gallery of Art. 1953-1954
9410French & Company (New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954
9411 Galerie-Gatter.1953-1954
9412 Gears-Gloloubek.1953-1954
9413 Goddard-Granville.1953-1954
9414 Graphic-Guillemot.1953-1954
9415Garner, Harry Mason, Sir, 1891-. 1953
9416Geesey, Titus C..

9417Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum. 1953-1954
9418Gwinn, David M.. 1953-1954
951 H.-Harcum.1953-1954
952 Harding-Hays.1953-1954
953 Healy-Heydenreich.1953-1954
954 Hidey-Hitzberger.1953-1954
955 Hobart-Home.1953-1954
956 Honolulu-Howe.1953-1954
957 Hubbell-Hyde.1953-1954
958H.V. Allison Galleries. 1953-1954
959Harbeson, Hough, Livingston & Larson, Architects. 1953-1954
9510Harry N. Abrams, Inc.. 1953-1954
9511Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum.

9512Heydenryk, Henry. 1954
9513Himes, J. H. (Joseph Hendrix), b. 1885. 1953-1954, n.d.
9514Hinchman, Margaretta Shoemaker, 1876-. 1953-1954
9515Holiday Magazine. 1953-1954
9516 Independence-Izant.1953-1954
9517Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, Mass.). 1953-1954
9518 J.-Jewish.1953-1954
9519 John-Junior.1953-1954
9520Jayne, Horace Howard Furness, 1898-.

9521Jeffords, Walter M.. 1953-1954
961Jenks, Morton. 1953
962Jimmy Duffy & Sons.. 1953-1954
963Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery (University of Miami). 1953-1954
964John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. 1953-1954
965 Kallio-Kelly.1953-1954
966 Kelsey-Ketterlinus.1953-1954
967 Kidd-Kofler.1953-1954
968 Kohn-Kyle.1953-1954
969Kindig, Joseph, Jr.. 1953-1954
9610Kirsch, Marian. 1953
9611Komor, Mathias. 1953-1954
9612Kramrisch, Stella, 1898-. 1954
9613Kubler, George, 1912-1996. 1953-1954
9614 La-Layton.1953-1954
9615 Leach-Lewyt.1953-1954
9616 Li-Lloyd.1953-1954
9617 Locher-Lyon.1953-1954
Lapina, Serge.

9618Les Editions Nomis. 1953-1954, n.d.
9619Lewis, John F., Jr.. 1953-1954
9620Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891-. 1953-1954
9621Lorimer, George Burford. Estate.1953
9622Low-Beer, Fritz. 1953-1954
9623Los Angeles County Museum. 1953-1954
971 M.-Mansure.1953-1954
972 Marcus-Mayer.1953-1954
973 McCalls-McWilliams.1953-1954
974 Meade-Meyers.1953-1954
975 Miles-Minneapolis.1953-1954
976 Moak-Moulton.1953-1954
977 Muller-Myers.1953-1954
978M. Knoedler & Co.. 1953-1954
979Mayer, Frederick M.. 1953
9710Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954, n.d.
9711Musée national d'art moderne (France). Société des amis. 1953-1954
9712Musée Rodin. 1953-1954
9713Museum Council of Philadelphia. General correspondence.1953-1954, n.d.
9714Museum Council of Philadelphia. Minutes and notes.1953-1954
9715Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1953-1954
9716Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1953-1954
9717Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 1953-1954
9718Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1953
981Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). 1954
982Museum Pieces, Inc..

983Museum van Aziatische Kunst (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1953-1954
984 N.-National Council.1953-1954
985 National Gallery-Nawiasky.1953-1954
986 Neal-New Style.1953-1954
987 New York-Newton.1953-1954
988 Nicholcon-Nyman.1953-1954
989National Council for U.S. Art, Inc.. 1953-1954
9810National Gallery of Art (U. S.). 1953-1954
9811New Jersey State Museum. 1953-1954
9812Noel, Henry Martyn.. 1953-1954
9813 Oakes-Oikawa.1953-1954
9814 Old-Ozinga.1953-1954
9815 Pach-Payne.1953-1954
9816 Peabody-Pennsylvania Railroad.1953-1954
9817 Pennsylvania Society-Pfeiffer.1953-1954
9818 Philadelphia Art-Philadelphia (Pa.).1953-1954
991 Philadelphia Reginal-Pittman.1953-1954
992 Plack-Possenbacher.1953-1954
993 Price-Pyle.1953-1954
994Parke-Bernet Galleries. 1953-1954
995Parsons School of Design. 1953-1954
996Paul Rosenberg & Co.. 1953-1954
997Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1953-1954
998Philadelphia (Pa.). City Council. 1953
999Philadelphia Fashion Group. 1953-1954
9910Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation. 1953-1954
9911Portland Art Museum (Or.). 1953-1954
9912 Quaker-Quirk.1953-1954
9913 R.-Rhode Island.1953-1954
9914 Rice-Rivinus.1953-1954
9915 RKO-Rodin.1953-1954
9916 Rogers-Rousseau.1953-1954
9917 Rubinstein-Ryan.1953-1954
9918Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). 1953
9919Robinson, Edward G.; Robinson, Gladys (Mrs. Edward G.). 1954
9920Rosenbach Company. 1953
9921Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology. 1953-1954
1001 Saake-Sanson.1953-1954
1002 Santa-Sawyer.1953-1954
1003 Scott-Schempp.1953-1954
1004 Schifferli-Schwartz.1953-1954
1005 Searle-Shure.1953-1954
1006 Siam-Skutel.1953-1954
1007 Smith-Smithson.1953-1954
1008 Snedeker-Sozio.1953-1954
1009 Spaeth-Spruance.1953-1954
10010 Staatliche-Stein.1953-1954
10011 Stenn-Stevens.1953-1954
10012 Stock-Strawberry.1953-1954
10013 Strawbridge-Suarez.1953-1954
10014 Sullivan-Szervey.1953-1954
10015Samuel H. Kress Foundation. 1953-1954
10016San Francisco Museum of Art. 1953
10017Spingold, Nate B.. 1953-1954
1011Scalamandre Silks. 1953-1954
1012Smith, David B.. 1953-1954
1013Smithsonian Institution. Traveling Exhibition Service. 1953-1954
1014Spark, Victor. 1953-1954
1015Sparks, Peter. 1953
1016Spink, C. Marshall. 1953-1954
2071Sudler and Hennessey, Inc.. 1953
1017 Taggart-Texas.1953-1954
1018 Thacher-Tozzi.1953-1954
1019 Trace-Tyson.1953-1954
10110Toledo Museum of Art. 1953-1954
10111Thompson, Anne.. Estate.1954
10112Trexler, Harry C.. Estate.1953
10113 Uhsan-University of California.1953-1954
10114 University of Chicago-Utzinger.1953-1954
10115United States. Commission of Fine Arts. 1953
10116United States. Commission of Fine Arts. Art and government report to the president.1953
10117University of Michigan. 1953-1954
10118University of Notre Dame. 1953-1954
10119University of Pennsylvania. 1953-1954
10120University of Pennsylvania. University Museum. 1953-1954
1021 Vaccarino-Venable.1953-1954
1022 Venturi-Vogel.1953-1954
1023 Vogue-Vose.1953-1954
1024Victoria and Albert Museum. 1953-1954
1025Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. 1953-1954
1026 Wachsmann-Walton.1953-1954
1027 Wanamaker-WCAU.1953-1954
1028 Weaver-Wetzell.1953-1954
1029 Wheldon-Wiesenberger.1953-1954
10210 Wilentz-Wittenborn.1953-1954
10211 Wocinser-Wurtz.1953-1954
10212Walters Art Gallery (Baltimore, Md.). 1953-1954
10213Whitney Museum of American Art. 1953-1954
10214Widener, George D.. 1953-1954
10215Wildenstein and Company (New York, N.Y.). 1953-1954
10216William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts. 1953-1954
10217Wintersteen, Mrs. John. 1953-1954
Winterthur (Del.).

10218Wood, Beatrice. 1953-1954
10219Worcester Art Museum. 1953-1954
10220 Yardis-YWCA.1953-1954
10221Yale University. 1953-1954
10222Yale University. Art Gallery. 1953-1954
10223 Zarfoss-Zwaanendael.1953-1954

Series II. Officers and other overseers

1922-1954, n.d.

11 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This series documents the individuals who in various degrees and capacities oversaw the operation and progress of the Museum. With these people and their affiliated entities noted below, Kimball worked to define the Museum's goals, establish its policies, negotiate its funding, and promote its service to the public as a major institution of art. Most of the individuals in this series wore several hats in their service to the Museum. Therefore, the positions noted below with these individuals are not their only connection to the Museum but instead reflect the roles most fully documented in these records. Most were board members, and many served on several Museum committees simultaneously. Many were also donors and lenders, contributors and sometimes advisors or negotiators in the Museum's purchase of art objects. The overseeing bodies defined in the various subseries underscore the Museum's unique position as a private corporation partially funded by the City. While the corporate officers and committees represent the Museum's operation as a private institution, the Fairmount Park Commission was its municipal link through which the Museum's public funding was appropriated.

Because these records contain limited documentation regarding the activities of the Board of Trustees, no subseries is devoted to that entity. As the Museum's corporate secretary, Julius Zieget regularly reported to Kimball on the actions and resolutions taken at Board of Trustee meetings. His correspondence is part of this series, in the "Corporate officers" subseries. A special committee that included Board members is documented in this series as part of the "Committees, chairs and others" subseries, "Other committees" sub-subseries. There are a few miscellaneous files concerning the Board in the "Administrative issues" series, "Subjects" subseries, "Other administrative topics" sub-subseries.

Although the bulk of material consists of correspondence and related papers, there are also a substantial number of reports, namely committee meeting minutes and financial statements.

Subseries A. Fairmount Park Commission

1926-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Established by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1867, the Fairmount Park Commission was charged with the administration of park affairs and maintaining its 8,900-acre citywide grounds. With the decision in the early 1900s to build a new museum on the site of a former reservoir on the hill of Fairmount, the Commission became the City's overseer of its construction. The Commission was also responsible for the Museum's public funding, appropriated in its budget under Care and Maintenance of Art Museums, and covering various expenses and wages of certain Museum employees, such as attendants, watchmen, engineers and electricians. Most of the material in these records is correspondence with the various commissioners as well as other papers on various topics administered by the Commission, including the Museum's monthly expense reports.


Materials are divided by commission personnel and by various administrative topics, including finance.

Sub-subseries 1. Personnel

1926-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The most prominent correspondent represented in this subseries is Eli Kirk Price, who served as vice president of the Commission until his death in 1933. Price was also the Museum's corporate president from 1927 to 1933. The other individual correspondents are Thomas Martin, Commission secretary until 1937, and William Frey, who served as assistant secretary and later as assistant treasurer. His papers are included within Martin's folders. After their tenures, Kimball kept his Commission papers filed as a group, rather than by the individual commissioner. This arrangement has been retained since Kimball appears to have dealt with more than one officer on various individual matters. Included in these later Commission folders are Emory McMichael, Joseph Carson, Kirkland W. Dwier, and Charles I. Thompson. In the order noted, most served as vice president before becoming president. During the 1940s, O.B.G. Fullaway and Norman W. Garrett served as assistant secretary and assistant treasurer. Other personnel represented were those stationed in the Belmont Office in Fairmount Park. Those files primarily reflect the service of Chief Engineer Alan Corson and Superintendent Russsell Vodges.

See Also:
Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / B. Corporate officers / 1. Personnel


Chronological order by individual or group correspondent.

1031Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933.

1926-Apr. 1927
1032Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933.

May-Dec. 1927
1033Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933. Jan.-Apr. 1928
1034Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933. May-Dec. 1928, n.d.
1035Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933. 1929
1036Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933. 1930
1037Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933. 1931
1038Price, Eli Kirk, d. 1933.

1932-1933, n.d.
1039Martin, Thomas S..

10310Martin, Thomas S.. Jan.-June 1928
10311Martin, Thomas S.. July-Dec. 1928
10312Martin, Thomas S.. 1929-1932
10313Martin, Thomas S.. 1933-1935
10314Martin, Thomas S.. 1936-1937
10315 Later commissioners.1933-1934
10316 Later commissioners.1934
10317 Later commissioners.1936
1041 Later commissioners.1937
1042 Later commissioners.1938-1939
1043 Later commissioners.1940
1044 Later commissioners.1941
1045 Later commissioners.1942
1046 Later commissioners.1943-1945
1047 Later commissioners.1946-1947
1048 Later commissioners.1948
1049 Later commissioners.1949
10410 Later commissioners.1950
10411 Later commissioners.1951
10412 Later commissioners.1952-1953
10413 Later commissioners.1954
10414 Belmont office personnel.

10415 Belmont office personnel.1929-1937
10416 Belmont office personnel.1938-1940
10417 Belmont office personnel.1941-1954

Sub-subseries 2. Various topics

1927-1947, 1953

Scope and Content Note

A variety of papers document several subjects, including the amendments to the agreement made between the Museum and the Commission. Several files of correspondence deal with the restoration and conservation of paintings in collections that, although maintained in the Museum, belonged to the City; namely, the Elkins (George W. and William L.), Wilstach and McFadden art collections.


Alphabetically by topic title, and within each topic, chronologically.

1051 Agreement bet. Commission and PMA, amending that of 1939. Drafts, Correspondence and copies of 1939 agreement.1942
1052 Agreement bet. Commission and PMA amending that of 1939. Notes and clipping.1942-1953
1053 Agreement bet. Commission and PMA amending that of 1939. "Survey of the Art Museum Situation in the United States." (Milwaukee).1942
1054 Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954. "Plaster Torso." Correspondence re declined purchase.1942
1055 Inventories of Elkins (George W. and William L.) art collections.1936
1056 Inventory of Wilstach, W.P. (William P.) art collection.

1057 Paintings conservation and restoration of Elkins, McFadden and Wilstach art collections. Correspondence and list of paintings to be reconditioned.

See Also:

Fiske Kimball Records / I. General correspondence and related material / B. 1927-1928 / f. M. Knoedler & Co.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / D. European painting and sculpture before 1900 / f. McFadden, John Howard art collections. English paintings.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / D. European painting and sculpture before 1900 / f. Turner, Joseph Mallard William. "The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, October 16, 1834." Correspondence w/ M. Knoedler & Co. re restoration.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / H. Art collections / f. Elkins, William L. (William Lukens) and George W. Elkins.

Fiske Kimball Records / VII. Objects and related topics / H. Art collections / f. Wilstach, W. P. (William P.). Painting conservation and restoration.
1058 Paintings conservation and restoration of Elkins, McFadden and Wilstach art collections. Correspondence and various reports.1936-1940
1059 Paintings conservation and restoration of Elkins, McFadden and Wilstach art collections. Correspondence and lists of paintings.


Sub-subseries 3. Monthly expense reports


Scope and Content Note

These papers are copies of the reports Kimball submitted on a monthly basis showing the Museum's expenses covered with funds supplied by the Commission. In addition to the Care and Maintenance appropriations, the Wilstach Fund Income and Lea Fund Income are also listed as funding sources.


Chronological order.

10510 Jan.-Dec. 1943 expenditures and related material.Jan.-Dec. 1943
10511 Jan.-Dec. 1944 expenditures and related material.1944-1945
10512 Jan.-Dec. 1945 expenditures and related material.1945-1946
10513 Jan.-Dec. 1946 expenditures and related material.1946-1947
10514 Jan.-Dec. 1947 expenditures and related material.1947-1948
10515 Jan.-Dec. 1948 expenditures and related material.1948-1949
10516 Jan.-Dec. 1949 expenditures and related material.1949-1950
10517 Jan.-Dec. 1950 expenditures and related material.1950-1951
10518 Jan.-Dec. 1951 expenditures and related material.1951-1952
10519 Jan.-Dec. 1952 expenditures and related material.1952-1953

Subseries B. Corporate officers

1924-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Receiving its charter of incorporation in 1876 as the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Arts, the Museum was managed by a Board of Trustees, officers and certain standing committees. This subseries documents Kimball's relationship with the men who served as president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The "Personnel" sub-subseries consists primarily of Kimball's correspondence with the individual officers. The "Treasurer's reports and other financial papers" documents the corporation's financial operations.

Sub-subseries 1. Personnel

1924-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The files of J. Stogdell Stokes and Julius Zieget make up the bulk of correspondence in this sub-subseries. Often addressed by Kimball as "Stog," Stokes had multiple affiliations with the Museum, including a seat on the board and on several committees. He also chaired the Museum Fund Committee. Stokes became Vice President in 1929 and served as President from 1933 until his death in the fall of 1947. A few earlier papers (ca. 1924-1928) have also been included here since they document work for the Museum, but do not reveal on behalf of what, if any, committee Stokes was acting. As secretary under Stokes, Charles Winslow apparently was responsible for soliciting membership, via complimentary mailings of the Museum's Bulletins and exhibit invitations. Stokes' predecessor as President was John D. McIlhenney. It was he who offered Kimball the director's position in 1924 and 1925. His correspondence on behalf of the Museum is in the Fiske Kimball Papers and referenced below.

R. Sturgis Ingersoll succeeded Stokes as president in 1947 and continued to serve in that capacity throughout the remainder of Kimball's tenure. Like his predecessor, Ingersoll's association with the Museum began years before his presidential appointment and was carried out in a number of concurrent roles. Ingersoll's earlier work on several committees is documented in the "Ingersoll, R. Sturgis" sub-subseries in the "Committees, chairs and others" subseries of this series.

Although listed in the 1934 Annual Report as Secretary and Treasurer, Julius Zieget signed his letters under the title of Secretary. Indeed, much of his correspondence attests to his duties as a corporate secretary; whereas the papers of Thomas Wilson and later Willard Graham, who both served as Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer, offer more financial analysis.

Additional corporate officers are represented in other subseries to this series. The correspondence of Eli Kirk Price is in the "Fairmount Park Commission" subseries and that of John Story Jenks is in the "Committee on Museum/Board of Governors" sub-subseries of the "Committees, chairs and others" subseries.

See Also:
Fiske Kimball Papers / I. General correspondence and related material / B. 1920-1942 / f. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Anderson-Woodhouse.

Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / A. Fairmount Park Commission / 1. Personnel

Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / C. Committees, chairs and others / 1. Committee on Museum and Board of Governors

Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / C. Committees, chairs and others / 2. Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891


Grouped by individual officers and filed in order of office rank and years of service. When Kimball became director, Stokes served as President and Winslow was the Secretary. Both were succeeded, respectively, by Ingersoll and Zieget. Wilson and Graham held assistant officer positions.

10520Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1924-1926
10521Stokes, J. Stogdell. Jan. 1927- June 1928, n.d.
10522Stokes, J. Stogdell. July-Dec. 1928
1061Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1929, n.y.
1062Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1930
1063Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1931
1064Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1932
1065Stokes, J. Stogdell.

1066Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1934
1067Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1935
1068Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1936
1069Stokes, J. Stogdell. Jan.-June 1937
10610Stokes, J. Stogdell. July-Dec. 1937
10611Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1938
10612Stokes, J. Stogdell.

10613Stokes, J. Stogdell. Jan.-Apr. 1940
10614Stokes, J. Stogdell. May-Dec. 1940
1071Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1941
1072Stokes, J. Stogdell.

1073Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1943
1074Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1944
1075Stokes, J. Stogdell. 1945-1946
1076Stokes, J. Stogdell.

1077Winslow, Charles H.. 1925-Apr. 1927
1078Winslow, Charles H.. 1927-1928
1079Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891.

Jan.-June 1947
10710Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. July-Dec. 1947
10711Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Jan.-Feb. 1948
10712Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Mar.-May 1948
10713Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. June-Oct. 1948
10714Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Nov.-Dec. 1948
10715Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Jan.-Apr. 1949
1081Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891.

May-Sept. 1949
1082Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Oct.-Dec. 1949
1083Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891.

Jan.-Mar. 1950
1084Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891.

Apr.-May 8, 1950
1085Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. May 9-Aug. 1950
1086Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Nov.-Dec. 1950
1087Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Sept.-Oct. 1950
1088Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Jan-Apr. 1951
1089Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Incl. sketches re identification signs.

May 2, 1951
10810Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. May 3-Aug. 1951
10811Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Sept.-Dec. 1951
1091Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Jan.-Mar. 1952
1092Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Apr.-June 1952
1093Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. July-Dec. 1952
1094Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. Jan.-June 1953
1095Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. July-Dec. 1953
1096Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891.

Jan.-June 1954
1097Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891. July-Dec. 1954
1101Zieget, Julius.

1102Zieget, Julius. 1929
1103Zieget, Julius. 1930, n.d.
1104Zieget, Julius. 1931, n.d.
1105Zieget, Julius. 1932
1106Zieget, Julius. 1933
1107Zieget, Julius. 1934
1108Zieget, Julius. 1935
1109Zieget, Julius. 1936
11010Zieget, Julius. 1937
1111Zieget, Julius. 1938
1112Zieget, Julius. 1939
1113Zieget, Julius. 1940-1941
1114Zieget, Julius. 1942
1115Zieget, Julius. 1943-1944
1116Zieget, Julius. 1945-1946
1117Zieget, Julius. 1947-1948
1118Zieget, Julius. 1949-1950
1119Zieget, Julius. 1951
11110Zieget, Julius. 1952
11111Zieget, Julius. 1953
11112Zieget, Julius. 1954
11113Zieget, Julius. 1955
1121Wilson, Thomas H.. Oct. 1925-Feb. 1927, n.d,
1122Wilson, Thomas H.. Mar.-June 1927
1123Wilson, Thomas H.. July-Dec. 1927
1124Wilson, Thomas H.. Jan.-July 1928
1125Wilson, Thomas H.. Aug.-Dec. 1928
1126Wilson, Thomas H.. Jan.-Mar. 1929
1127Wilson, Thomas H.. Apr.-Dec. 1929
1128Wilson, Thomas H.. 1930
1129Wilson, Thomas H.. 1931-1932
11210Graham, Willard P.. 1932-1934
11211Graham, Willard P.. 1935-1937
11212Graham, Willard P.. 1938-1944
11213Graham, Willard P.. 1945-1948
11214Graham, Willard P.. 1949-1952

Sub-subseries 2. Treasurer's reports and other financial papers

1925-1942, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

All documentation in this sub-subseries offers financial information on a monthly basis. Most folders contain a variety of documents, including cash receipts and disbursement reports, a summary of Museum expenditures and income compared with amounts budgeted, operating accounts, and statements of various funds. In addition to the treasurer/assistant treasurer, the museum's bursar apparently generated some of these papers. Many are noted with "LB," which no doubt refers to the Museum's bursar at the time, Lilian B. Briggs.

Similar types of financial material appear in several sections of the Kimball Records and are referenced below. It is unclear if the assignment of these documents was original (and therefore represents Kimball's multiple uses of these kinds of papers) or if the arrangement and folder titles were determined during the initial processing. This general arrangement has been maintained.

See Also:
Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / C. Committees, chairs and others / 1. Committee on Museum and Board of Governors / f. Minutes and related material. Various resolutions and attendance surveys.

Fiske Kimball Records / VI. Development and public relations / A. Fundraising and early publicity / 4. Specified funding

Fiske Kimball Records / III. Administrative issues / B. Subjects / 2. Finance

Fiske Kimball Records / VI. Development and public relations / B. Public programs and services / 2. Publications / f. 51st Annual Report for year ended May 31, 1927. Various papers.


Chronological order; a "Miscellaneous" folder is filed last.

1131 Maintenance and Upkeep (petty cash) accounts.1926-1927
1132 Treasurer's cash statements.1928
1133 Assistant Tresurer's cash reports.1931
1134 Treasurer's cash reports. 1:2.1929
1135 Treasurer's cash reports. 2:2.1929
1136 Assistant Treasurer's cash report.Jan.-May 1932
1137 Maintenance of museum reports.Oct.-Dec. 1932
1138 Assistant Treasurer's cash reports and February report of unpaid balances of museum fund subscriptions.1933
1139 Cash receipts and disbursements and cash reports.May-Dec. 1934
11310 Cash receipts and disbursements.Jan.-Apr. 1935
11311 Various financial statements.May-Dec. 1935
11312 Various financial statements.Jan.-June 1936
11313 Various financial statements.July-Dec. 1936
11314 Various financial statements.Jan.-June 1937
11315 Various financial statements.July-Dec. 1937
11316 Various financial statements.Jan.-June 1938
11317 Various financial statements.July-Dec. 1938
1141 Various financial statements.Jan.-June 1939
1142 Various financial statements.July-Dec. 1939
1143 Various financial statements.Jan.-Aug. 1940
1144 Various financial statements.Sept.-Dec. 1940
1145 Various financial statements.Jan.-May 1941
1146 Various financial statements.June-Dec. 1941
1147 Various financial statements.Jan.-May 1942
1148 Various financial statements.June-Dec. 1942
1149 Miscellaneous.1925-1927, n.d.

Subseries C. Committees, chairs and others

1922-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The bulk of material in this subseries documents the Committee on Museum, one of the three standing committees. R. Sturgis Ingersoll's service on various committees prior to his presidential appointment is also well documented. Several files documenting a few additional committees are included as well. Miscellaneous material noting current and potential committee and board members is filed in the "Administrative issues" series, "Subject" subseries, "Other administrative topics" sub-subseries, in the two folders entitled "Philadelphia Museum of Art." A few items pertaining to the Membership Committee are filed as documentation of the Museum's membership campaign within the "Development and public relations" series.

See Also:
Fiske Kimball Records / III. Administrative issues / B. Subjects / 4. Other administrative topics

Fiske Kimball Records / VI. Development and public relations / B. Public programs and services / 4. Other programs and services

Sub-subseries 1. Committee on Museum and Board of Governors

1926-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Of the three standing committees, the Committee on Museum appears to have been the only one filed as such in Kimball's records. In 1947, the committee was renamed the Board of Governors of the Museum. Almost all of the 20 years of correspondence is that of John Story Jenks, who became chairman in 1926. Until his death in 1946, Jenks was also a member of the Board of Trustees and in 1933 was appointed vice president, along with George D. Widener.

Most of the minutes to each meeting is devoted to the Director's Report, which Kimball presented. In these reports, he summarized the daily activities of the Museum, including recent acquisitions, any events or exhibitions currently on view, attendance reports and general office matters. The minutes also included committee resolutions, which ranged from offering formal thanks for a gift to seeking funds for particular purchases. Other papers included in these files are the meeting agendas and a variety of the related material Kimball apparently used to prepare his report. There are no minutes from 1936 through 1942.

See Also:
Board of Trustees Records / IV. Miscellany / f. Correspondence. Jenks, John S., Museum Committee chairman.

Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / B. Corporate officers / 1. Personnel


Material is divided by type: correspondence and minutes. Files in each subgroup are arranged chronologically.

1151Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.

1926-Apr. 1927
1152Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.May-Sept. 1927
1153Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Oct.-Dec. 1927
1154Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-Mar. 1928
1155Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Apr. 1928
1156Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.May-June 1928
1157Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.July-Dec. 1928
1158Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-Feb. 1929
1159Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Mar.-Apr. 1929
11510Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.May-Sept. 1929
11511Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Oct.-Dec. 1929, n.d.
11512Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.

Jan.-Sept. 1930
11513Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Oct.-Dec. 1930, n.d.
1161Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-June 1931
1162Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.July-Dec. 1931
1163Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-June 1932
1164Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.July-Dec. 1932, n.d.
1165Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-July 1933
1166Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Sept.-Dec. 1933
1167Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.1934
1168Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-Apr. 1935
1169Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.May-Dec. 1935
11610Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-June 1936
11611Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.July-Dec. 1936
11612Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-July 1937
11613Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Sept.-Dec. 1937
1171Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan-June 1938
1172Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.July-Dec. 1938
1173Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-Apr. 1939
1174Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.May-Dec. 1939
1175Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.1940
1176Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-May 1941
1177Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.June-Dec. 1941
1178Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.1942
1179Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Jan.-Mar. 1943
11710Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.Apr.-Dec. 1943
11711Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.1944
11712Jenks, John Story, 1876-1946. Correspondence.1945
1181 Minutes and related material. Various resolutions and attendance surveys.

1182 Minutes and related material.Jan.-May 1927
1183 Minutes and related material.June-Sept. 1927
1184 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1927
1185 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Apr. 1928
1186 Minutes and related material.May-Oct. 1928
1187 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1928
1188 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Apr. 1929
1189 Minutes and related material.May-July 1929
11810 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Dec. 1929
1191 Minutes and related material.

Jan.-Feb. 1930
1192 Minutes and related material.Mar.-May 1930
1193 Minutes and related material.June-Oct. 1930
1194 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1930
1195 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1931
1196 Minutes and related material.Apr.-May 1931
1197 Minutes and related material.June-Sept. 1931
1198 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1931
1199 Minutes and related material.Jan-Feb. 1932
11910 Minutes and related material.Mar.-May 1932
11911 Minutes and related material.June-Sept. 1932
11912 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1932
1201 Minutes and related material.Jan-Feb. 1933
1202 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1933
1203 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Dec. 1933
1204 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1934
1205 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1934
1206 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1934
1207 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1934
1208 Minutes and related material.Jan-Feb. 1935
1209 Minutes and related material.Mar.-Apr. 1935
12010 Minutes and related material.May, 1935- Oct. 1936
1211 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1, 1943
1212 Minutes and related material.Mar. 29-Apr. 1943
1213 Minutes and related material.May-June 1943
1214 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1943
1215 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1943
1216 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1944
1217 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1944
1218 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1944
1219 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1944
1221 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Feb. 1945
1222 Minutes and related material.Mar.-Apr. 1945
1223 Minutes and related material.May 1945
1224 Minutes and related material.June-Sept. 1945
1225 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1945
1226 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Feb. 1946
1227 Minutes and related material.Mar.-Apr. 1946
1228 Minutes and related material.May-June 1946
1231 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Dec. 1946
1232 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Apr. 1947
1233 Minutes and related material.May-Sept. 1947
1234 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1947
1235 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Feb. 1948
1236 Minutes and related material.Mar.-Apr. 1948
1237 Minutes and related material.May-June 1948
1241 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1948
1242 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1948
1243 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Feb. 1949
1244 Minutes and related material.Mar.-May 1949
1245 Minutes and related material.June-Sept. 1949
1246 Minutes and related material.Oct.-Dec. 1949
1247 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1950
1248 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1950
1251 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1950
1252 Minutes and related material.

Nov.-Dec. 1950
1253 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1951
1254 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1951
1255 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1951
1256 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1951
1261 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1952
1262 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1952
1263 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1952
1264 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1952
1265 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1953
1266 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1953
1267 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Dec. 1953
1271 Minutes and related material.Jan.-Mar. 1954
1272 Minutes and related material.Apr.-June 1954
1273 Minutes and related material.Sept.-Oct. 1954
1274 Minutes and related material.Nov.-Dec. 1954

Sub-subseries 2. Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) b. 1891

1929-1946, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Although Ingersoll had many connections with the Museum, these papers focus primarily on his various committee activities prior to his appointment as president. Most of material in these files consists of Ingersoll's correspondence with Kimball. According to the annual reports, Ingersoll became involved with the Museum in 1928 as a member of the Finance Committee. Within these records, however, his earliest association with Kimball and the Museum began with his appointment in 1929 as chairman of the newly formed Committee on Modern Art, a non-standing committee that broadened the Museum's mission to include works by artists such as Picasso, Matisse, de Chirico and Marsden Hartley. A copy of his 1930 remarks to the Print Club of Philadelphia about modern art underscores his commitment and is included here. In 1933, Ingersoll became a member of the Committee on Museum, and in 1946 he succeeded Jenks as its chair. By 1938 Ingersoll was also a member of the Board of Trustees, and as reflected in the correspondence from the early to mid-1940s, Ingersoll also chaired a Sub-Committee on Painting and then the Committee on Painting and Sculpture. Ingersoll's personal generosity to the Museum is also documented.

Upon the death of J. Stogdell Stokes in 1947, Ingersoll was appointed the Museum's president. That later correspondence is filed with other corporate officer documentation.

See Also:
Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / B. Corporate officers / 1. Personnel

Fiske Kimball Records / II. Officers and other overseers / C. Committees, chairs and others / 3. Other committees / f. Committee on Modern Art. Correspondence, clippings and ephemera


Chronological order.

1275 Correspondence.1929-1932
1276 "Modern Painting: At [sic] Exhibition of Drawing in Color and Black and White of the French School." Remarks, Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.).Nov. 14, 1930
1277 Correspondence1933-1936
1278 Correspondence1937-1939
1279 Correspondence1940
12710 Correspondence1941
12711 Correspondence

1281 CorrespondenceJan.-July 1943
1282 CorrespondenceAug.-Dec. 1943
1283 Correspondence1944-1945, n.d.
1284 Correspondence1946

Sub-subseries 3. Other committees

1922-1934, 1943-1949, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Although documentation for most of the following committees is minimal and the time span covered is limited, the files pertaining to two temporarily appointed committees are more complete in scope and number of items. In 1943, the Board of Trustees appointed a special committee to review and report on the functioning of the Museum's School of Industrial Arts and Textile Institute. Much of Kimball's correspondence prior to their April report examines other museums' education departments and schools. In 1948 the Board of Governors, calling upon some of its own members, initiated the Visiting Committees for Examination of the Museum. Working in teams of two, these committees conducted inspections of the various galleries and period rooms and submitted reports on their findings. Although the board abandoned these inspections after several months, the Associate Committee of Women conducted a few inspections of the Fairmount Park houses. Those reports are also included here.


Grouped by committee name, and arranged chronologically within each subgroup.

1285 Associate Committee of Women. Correspondence and 1927 member list.

1924-1932, 1943, n.y.
1286 Committee on Modern Art. Correspondence, clippings and ephemera

1929-1934, n.d.
1287 Committee on Painting and Sculpture. Correspondence and minutes of one meeting.1944, 1947
1288 Board of Trustees special committee to evaluate PMA schools. Pre-report correspondence and related material.1943, n.d.
1289 Board of Trustees special committee to evaluate PMA schools. Reports, correspondence and related material.1943
12810 Visiting committees for examination of museum. Correspondence and reports.1948-1949

Series III. Administrative issues

1922-1954, n.d.

4.5 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

This series documents the staff and topics that comprise the Museum's administrative offices and functions.

Subseries A. Personnel

1924-1954, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The bulk of material in this subseries is internal correspondence, most often between Kimball and the particular staff member. As noted previously, additional correspondence between Museum personnel and individuals or organizations outside the Museum remain in the "General correspondence and related material" series. Except for Henri Marceau, the individuals represented here held non-curatorial positions. In addition to being the Museum's curator of the Johnson Collection and Fine Arts/Painting and Sculpture division for a quarter of a century, Marceau served, beginning in 1933, as assistant and later as associate director and in 1955 succeeded Kimball as director. He also acted as curator of the Rodin Museum, which the Museum also operated. His correspondence during this time reveals his regular switching of hats, as he signs some letters as curator and others as associate director.

The other individuals documented in this subseries include Samuel W. Woodhouse, Erling H. Pedersen, Paul M. Rea and Calvin S. Hathaway. From 1926 to 1933, Pedersen worked as Kimball's assistant and staff architect, overseeing the restoration of the Fairmount Park Houses and construction of new galleries. He renewed his association with the Museum beginning in 1950 when his firm was contracted to complete several gallery construction projects. According to a 1929 memo, Paul Rea was hired to handle many of Pedersen's executive duties. Rea's official title was Executive Officer and Acting Chief of Education, and he worked at the Museum for one year. Before becoming a permanent Museum employee, Calvin Hathaway assisted the curator of decorative arts during the summer of 1930. He was then hired in 1931 as Secretary to the Director. By the spring of the following year, he was named Editor of the Museum Bulletin and assigned as Assistant in charge of Decorative Arts.

Although there appears to be little documentation of Kimball's first secretary, Henrietta C. Quinn, there are som