Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The Jacob Kainen papers date from 1905 to 2003, bulk, 1940-2001, and measure 21.7 linear feet.The collection consists primarily of personal correspondence to and from friends and family members and professional correspondence concerning Kainen's activities as an artist, curator, teacher and art collector. The collection also contains biographical material, writings, diaries, inventories, transcripts, photographs, works of art by other artists, video and audio recordings and printed material
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The papers of New York City still life painter and art instructor Walter Tandy Murch date from 1880-1970 and measure 8.2 linear feet. Found within the papers are biographical materials, four diaries, correspondence with colleagues and family members, personal business records, exhibition files, notes and writings, two sketchbooks and additional art work, printed material, and photographs of Murch, family members, and art work
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
A brief biography of Stanley by George B. Catlin; 320 letters, 1830-1973, including personal correspondence, 1830-1872, between Stanley and his wife Alice English Stanley, and letters to Alice Stanley Acheson and the Bayles family, 1939-1973, about their grandfather, John Mix Stanley, and his paintings; a diary, undated, kept by Stanley for his fiancee on a trip home from San Francisco; a diary, 1853, kept by Alice Stanley containing her poems and writings; a sketchbook; newspaper clippings and articles; catalogs; 100 photographs of Stanley's paintings and 4 family photographs; and miscellany
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Stefi Geisel papers consist of biographical materials, correspondence, photographic materials, printed materials, and writings documenting the lives of the Siegel and Geisel families in Germany before the war, Stefi and Gus Geisel's immigration to the United States, and Walter Siegel's experiences in the Netherlands before his deportation and death at Bergen Belsen. The papers include the World War I military diary of a relative of Gus Geisel's and Gus Geisel's own brief immigration diary written as he sailed to America
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Kurt Moser diary documents Moser's experiences at the Château de la Hille in France (Ariège) and details his planning for escape to Spain and Portugal. The diary describes life at the castle, his attempts to escape to Switzerland, his capture and brief imprisonment, his work on a farm, efforts to find a guide to Portugal, his preparations for escape including obtaining travel documents, and his fears about deportation to Poland. It is believed that the last entry in the diary was made by Kurt's friend Walter Kaniuk
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Goldstein family papers consist of Elie Goldstein's and Hela (Chajcia) Bursztyn Goldstein's diaries describing Nazi occupied Poland, the liquidation of the Siennica ghetto, their time at the Mienia labor camp, and their experiences hiding in the Polish countryside with Christian families, on farms, and in fields. The collection also includes photographs documenting the Goldstein and Bursztyn families and their friends before, during, and after the war in Poland and Germany
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Peter Feigl papers consist of correspondence, diaries, identification papers, photographs, and printed materials documenting Feigl's wartime experiences in summer camps, children's homes, and schools in Condom (Gers), Le Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire) and Figeac (Lot), his teachers and classmates there, his escape to Switzerland, immigration to the United States, memorials to the deportations of Jews from France at Drancy, and the work of the American Friends Service Committee with Jewish refugees in France
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence; travel diaries, 1952-1969, with some sketches; writings; exhibition catalogs and announcements; clippings; biographical material; and miscellany
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical documents; correspondence; diaries; writings; photographs; and printed material -- Included are letters to and from Lilla Cabot Perry, and selected letters to and from her husband Thomas Sergeant Perry and daughter Margaret Perry from family members, artists, writers, poets and friends. Correspondents include: Bernard Berenson, Henry James, James Russell Lowell, Claude Monet, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Edmund Charles Tarbell. Also included are French identification cards for Lilla Cabot Perry and her husband, 1897; diaries of Lilla Cabot Perry, 1874?/1875, 1886, and of Thomas Perry, 1887-1894; guest book of Thomas and Margaret Perry; poems, and "Reminiscences of Claude Monet" by Lilla Cabot Perry; typed commentary by Edwin Arlington Robinson for the jacket of Perry's THE JAR OF DREAMS, with notes by her; "Reminiscences of Edwin Arlington Robinson" by Margaret Perry; inscribed photographs of Henry James and James Russell Lowell, and a signed photograph of Claude Monet; ... Read More
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Biographical material, including diploma and confirmation certificates; personal and business correspondence, undated and 1955-1985; invoices and shipping receipts, 1978-1984; notes and writings, undated and 1984; exhibition catalogs and announcements, undated and 1945-1985; clippings, 1977-1984; and graphic reproductions of art by the masters, undated; diaries, 1941 and 1964; photographs, transparencies, and slides of Landeck and his work; and an original Christmas card signed "Marion B.," 1985