Delaware Art Museum
Collection contains pencil sketches and reproductions of James Ormsby Chapin; administrative material (1996); draft letter (16 Nov. 1926), from unknown to Frank Knox Morton Rehn (1886-1956); correspondence (1994-1995), between Avivah Wargon and the Delaware Art Museum regarding death of Mary (Fischer) Chapin (wife of James Chapin); correspondence (28 June 1939; 8 Aug. 1939; 15 Aug. 1939; 27 Jan. 1941), between Grant Wood, Iowa City, Iowa, and James Chapin; drawing of James Chapin by Reginald Marsh; photocopies of Chapin illustrations from Robert Frost's, "North of Boston" and from "Collected Poems"; newspaper articles; and Scribner's Magazine cover proofs
Delaware Art Museum
Primary material including correspondence, legal documentation, and material relating to Luks' brother, Wilhelm (Will) Luks, the executor of the George B. Luks Estate, regarding the availability of information and works of art for exhibition and research purposes; and secondary material originating from Arthur Lewis, including correspondence, interviews recorded on audiocassettes, and research notes
Delaware Art Museum
Scrapbooks (1902-1925, and undated), of Arthurs's illustrations compiled by the artist himself, correspondence, photographs, clippings, a pencil sketch, memorabilia, and other materials -- Other persons represented include Howard Pyle
Newark Public Library
This collection comprises exhibition catalogs, pamphlets, schedules, invitations and posters, membership lists and published critiques, pertaining to the New Jersey Water Color Society
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Diary describes daily activities, paintings begun, some social activities and daily weather reports
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Student notebook, 1824: notes from the writings of famous artists, comments on the work of Thomas Sully, and conclusions on his own experiments in shading; blotter, 1825-1852: financial and personal diary, with notes on "Pat Lyon the Blacksmith," his courtship with Mary Chester Sully, family matters, and personal affairs; memoranda of articles loaned by J. Neagle, 1827-1861: a record of the books, paintings, engravings, and cash lent to other artists and engravers; and cashbook, 1832-1842: household and business accounts