Ernest Francisco Fenollosa papers
- Majority of material found within 1881-1909
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access
Extent5 linear feet (3 volumes and 6 boxes)
Biographical / Historical
- I. bMS Am 1759: Lectures on Japanese art
- II. bMS Am 1759.1: Notebooks
- III. bMS Am 1759.2: Compositions and correspondence
- ___A. Compositions by Ernest Francisco Fenollosa
- ___B. Correspondence
- ___C. Other compositions
- IV. bMS Am 1759.3: Additional correspondence and other papers
- V. pfMS Am 1759.4: Printed materials concerning Fenollosa
Immediate Source of Acquisition
*65M-157. Bequest of Dr. E. G. Stillman; received: 1966 March. Manuscripts transferred from Widener Library.
*71M-24. Manuscripts transferred fromWidener Library; received: 1971 July. These Fenollosa manuscripts were purchased by Dr. Ernest Goodrich Stillman at the Walpole Galleries in January 1920. Many of the manuscripts carry a bookplate indicating they belonged to Dr. Stillman's Japanese Collection in the Harvard College Library.
*78M-19. Gift of Mr. Owen Biddle, 1025 Old Gulph Road, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010; received: 1979 March.
- Fenollosa, Ernest Francisco, 1853-1908. Ernest Francisco Fenollosa papers, 1881-1952: Guide.
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- EAD ID
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