COLLECTIONS: 1 - 14 of 14
Autographs, letters, calling cards, bookplates, etc., of 85 American women collected by Bella Clara Landauer.
The papers contain for both Mary and Bernard Berenson biographical material, diaries, correspondence, and writings, both published and unpublished. There is also an extensive file of "Berensoniana," writings about Berenson and Villa I Tatti, but excluding reviews of publications. The papers are organized into seven series: I. Biographical, II. Collections, Villa I Tatti, and Harvard, III. Diaries, IV. Correspondence, V. Research and Writings, VI. Berensoniana, and VII. Photographs.
The collection contains administrative records of the investment banking firm Lehman Brothers and of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, another firm that merged with Lehman in 1977. Also includes the papers of numerous Lehman Brothers and Kuhn, Loeb & Company executives and their families.
Photographs, correspondence, notes, and other records. Most photos were sent to Frederick Mason Perkins by collectors and art dealers and they reproduce Italian art.
Papers of poet and author Honor Moore, including papers of her mother Jenny McKean Moore and her grandmother, artist Margarett Sargent McKean.
Diaries, correspondence, artwork, writings, schoolwork, family records, and photographs of artist and writer Jane F. Babson.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, and other personal documents of Louise Walker McCannel, philanthropist and civic activist, as well as the correspondence and other personal papers of her siblings and parents (Archie Dean Walker Sr. family of Minneapolis, Minnesota), her children (the McCannel family), her aunts, uncles, and her grandparents (T. B. Walker family of Minneapolis, Minnesota), and other family members.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and oral history of Maurine Rothschild, philanthropist, art collector, and women's rights advocate.
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.
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.