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Handwritten letter from Pop Hart to Juliana Force, dated May 24, 1933. Accepting invitation and expressing pleasure to be included in the first Whitney Biennial Exhibit. Mentions his 65th birthday and his desire to have a one man show.
Handwritten letter from Oscar Bluemner to Juliana Force, dated January 7, 1933. Congratulates and expresses gratitude to the Whitney Museum and Mrs. Force at the importance of establishing their vision in the museum.
Handwritten letter from Joseph Pollet to Juliana Force, dated December 28, 1930. Detailing his travels in Italy. He writes about experiencing the works of Raphael, Leonardo, Giotto, Rubens and Rembrandt and gives his opinions of the merits of...
Pollet, Joseph C., 1897-1979; Force, Juliana, 1876-1948
Handwritten letter from Boardman Robinson to Juliana Force, dated Spring 1932. Thanking her for the invitation to exhibit at the Whitney and apologizing for having to be asked twice because the first request had not been answered.
Letter from C. Adolph Glassgold to Paul Cadmus, December 5, 1934. Regarding the American Weekly request for images and information for use in writing a sensational article about some of Cadmus's work including 'Fleet's In'.
Typewritten letter from Frances M. Pollak to Charles Burchfield with handwritten reply, dated December 18, 1934. Pollack, writing as Editor of the Index of 20th Century Artists, asks for a list of Burchfield's works and their locations and...
Burchfield, Charles Ephraim, 1893-1967; Pollak, Frances M.