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Exhibition Records of Harvard Art Museums, 1905-2008

Collection Identifier: HC 6
Overview: These records were created by museum staff in the course of planning and installing exhibitions. They pertain primarily to exhibitions held in the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, but they also include materials related to traveling or off-site exhibitions. The records date from 1905-2008 and include correspondence on a wide range of topics, exhibition proposals, photographic prints and negatives, object lists, loan forms, press releases, clippings,...

Papers of William Innes Homer, 1953-1960

Collection Identifier: SC 3
Overview: Class and research notes of William Innes Homer (MA 1954, PhD 1960) and materials related to the 1955 Matisse exhibition at the Busch-Reisinger Museum.

Papers of William James, Jr., 1930-1937

Collection Identifier: SC 10
Overview: This collection contains correspondence of Mrs. Kathryn A. Hodgman, including letters from William James, Jr.

Papers of Agnes Mongan, 1914-1993

Collection Identifier: SC 1
Overview: Correspondence, photographs, writings, and other papers of Agnes Mongan, Curator of Drawings at Harvard's Fogg Museum and the first woman director of a major art museum in the United States.

Papers of Paul J. Sachs, 1900-1994

Collection Identifier: HC 3: Personal
Overview: These personal papers of Fogg Museum associate director Paul J. Sachs document his involvement with the Fogg, his academic career, publishing projects, collection of art objects, philanthropic endeavors, and personal life. The bulk of the collection dates from 1915 to 1958. Included are: financial records, correspondence, certificates, diplomas, object lists, photographs, newspaper and journal clippings, valuations, and speech transcripts.

Papers of Paul J. Sachs, 1904-1953

Collection Identifier: HC 3: Address Books
Overview: Address books and contact lists of Paul J. Sachs, created while collecting and teaching at the Fogg Museum. These contacts were used for personal use, student referrals, and professional contacts for the museum.