Typewritten letter from Rockwell Kent to Charles Simon, dated July 1, 1949. A Life magazine clipping of a photograph is enclosed with the letter. It shows the baseball team of the old New York School of Art, undated.
Typewritten letter from Yasuo Kuniyoshi to Lloyd Goodrich, dated January 10, 1944. Explains his interest in organizing anti-fascist Japanese American artists and hopes Goodrich will be a sponsor in the cause.
Handwritten letter from Charles Sheeler to Juliana Force, dated February 16, 1943. Giving his thanks for a letter and booklet that was sent to him and expressing his intention to cooperate with the committee by filling out froms pertaining to his...
Letter from Stuart Davis to Lloyd Goodrich regarding his request that Goodrich correct a mistake in the Pioneers catalogue about his mistakenly being described as a non-objective artist, April 10, 1946.
An inventory of items sent to the Whitney Museum from Stuart Davis including portfolios, paintings, watercolors, drawings, lithographs, gouaches a drawing for World's Fair mural, "History of Communications", December 12, 1945.
Davis, Stuart, 1892-1964;
Art, American--20th century--Correspondence; Art, American--20th Century--Sales; Art museums (institutions); Art patronage; New York (N.Y.)--In art; New York (N.Y.)--Pictorial works; Paperwork (Office practice);
Exhibition brochure for Abraham Walkowitz abstract art show at the Egan Gallery, 53 East 57 Street, New York, on December 30, 1946 through January 30, 1947. Written by hand on front "Hoping to see you at the Exhibition. A. Walkowitz"