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Overview: Exhibition-related papers of Jeanne L. Wasserman, the Honorary Curator of 19th- and 20th-Century Sculpture at the Fogg Museum from 1969-c. 1987.
Overview: Collection documenting the personal and professional life of artist Christopher Wilmarth. The collection contains correspondence with art dealers, clients, colleagues, and museums; exhibition catalogues; personal writings such as song lyrics and essays; estate records; and photographs, slides, and transparencies of Wilmarth’s art.
Overview: This collection consists of family papers generated by Mary Tallmadge Trevor Winthrop and her daughters Emily Winthrop Miles and Kate Winthrop Morse. A large scrapbook dates from 1892-1895, while additional papers span 1928 - 1963. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, event programs, copyright forms, and a small collection of "fairy letter" booklets.
Overview: Personal papers of Grenville L. Winthrop, Harvard alumnus and art collector. Papers relate to the development of his art collection from the late nineteenth century into the mid twentieth century, with the bulk between the 1920s and 1943. Documents include correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, datebooks, accounts, photographs, book chapters, articles, and index files of the artwork in the collection.
Overview: Personal and gallery correspondence, posters, advertisements, exhibition records created and collected by Howard Wise, art dealer, patron, and owner of galleries in Cleveland and New York City.