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George Grey Barnard Papers

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Summary Information

Repository:
Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives
Creator:
Barnard, George Grey, 1863-1938
Title:
George Grey Barnard Papers
Date [inclusive]:
1895-1941
Call Number:
GGB
Extent:
19 linear feet
Language:
English
Language:
Predominantly in English; some material in French.
Abstract:
George Grey Barnard was an American sculptor and collector of Medieval art, locating and arranging the pieces that eventually became "The Cloisters," now of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. His papers are comprised primarily of correspondence and financial and business records documenting both his collecting and creation of art. The collection includes a significant amount of personal correspondence, biographical information, and family financial records as well.
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Biography/History

George Grey Barnard was an American sculptor and collector of Medieval art. Described by Harold Dickson in his introduction to "George Grey Barnard Centenary Exhibition, 1863-1963" as a "born" sculptor, Barnard was among the greatest of American sculptors and a medalist at the Salon of the Champs de Mar in Paris. Also a collector, Barnard located and arranged the pieces that eventually became "The Cloisters," now of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Born in 1863 in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, Barnard received art training at the Chicago Art Institute and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, there a student of Jules Cavelier. Unknown, Barnard was an instant sensation at the 1894 Salon with his Rodinesque piece, "I Feel Two Natures Struggling Within Me," which also belongs to the Metropolitan. In 1902 Barnard was commissioned to create statuary for the new Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg. He was producing pieces for private individuals as well, including his special patron, John D. Rockefeller, Jr.

At this time, Barnard was commissioned by Charles P. Taft to create a statue of Abraham Lincoln for Cincinnati. It was erected in 1917. Not idealistic like the Saint-Gaudens Lincoln, Barnard's was a gangly, beard-less Lincoln of the Douglass debates, and one showing great sensitivity, frailty, and emotion. This portrayal became the focus of a scandalous controversy when a copy was to be presented to Westminster Abbey. Eventually, Barnard's was transferred to Manchester, a center of working men, and Saint-Gauden's was erected in London.

While carrying out his Harrisburg commission in France, funding for the project nearly collapsed due to graft. In order to support his family, Barnard was reduced to scavenging the countryside for medieval antiques he could sell. With this he launched his avocation of collecting great medieval pieces. Barnard retained his best finds and built "The Cloisters" which he sold to Rockefeller in 1925 for $600,000. Rockefeller then gave The Cloisters to the city of New York as a park/museum. Barnard later built a second collection which was sold by his estate to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1945.

The son of a preacher, George Grey Barnard was greatly moved by the devastation of World War I, and devoted his life after that carnage to creating a monument to Peace. He designed a hundred-foot high "Rainbow Arch" which included about 400 figures. Dedicated to the Mothers of America, Barnard wished to build his arch entirely of his own funds, and nickles and dimes contributed by children. He spent many years and all his resources on the arch, yet only completed a plaster model before his health failed and he died in 1938.

George Grey Barnard married Edna Monroe of Boston in 1895. He was survived by his wife and his three children, son Monroe and daughters Vivia Barnard and Barbara McGregor.

Chronology
1863 (May 24) Born, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
1866 Family moves West to Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa.
1882-1883 Studies at Chicago Art Institute.
1884-1887 Studies at École des Beaux-Arts.
1893 "Struggle of Two Natures" completed in marble (Metropolitan).
1894 Salon Champs de Mar, Paris, "Struggle" exhibited, Barnard elected Associé Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts.
1894-1895 Moves to Washington Heights, New York; produces many pieces for patrons.
1895 Marries Edna Monroe of Boston.
1900 Salon Champs de Mars, Paris, Gold Medal.
1900-1904 Professor of Sculpture, Art Students Leauge of New York; Jacob Epstein a student.
1901 Salon, Buffalo, Gold Medal.
1902 Receives commission to create statuary for new Pennsylvania Capitol Building, Harrisburg.
1903-1911 In France at Moret-sur-Loing, completes plaster and marble for Harrisburg.
1906-1907 Begins collecting medieval art in French countryside.
1910 Salon Champs de Mars, Harrisburg Statuary stands aside doors to Salon.
1911 (Oct. 4) "Barnard Day" in Harrisburg.
1915-1925 Creates many Lincoln statues.
1917 Lincoln statue in Cincinnati erected.
1914-1918 World War I, Barnard greatly moved.
1920-1937 Conceives "Rainbow Arch," monument to Peace; devotes rest of life to building it.
1925 Sells first cloister collection to Rockefeller.
1930 Forced to vacate studio; moves to Power House to complete plaster model of "Rainbow Arch."
1933 Arch plaster model exhibited at Power House.
1936 Recieves National Institute of Arts and Letters Gold Medal for Sculpture.
1937 Completes second medieval collection, "The Abbaye" (Philadelphia Museum of Art).
1938 (Apr. 24) Dies; buried in Harrisburg.
1938 (May 14) Exhibtion of "The Cloisters' opens.

Works Consulted
  1. Apollo 189 (Nov. 1977): 332-339. Young, Mahroni Sharp."George Gray Barnard and the Cloisters."
  2. Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 37.1 (Summer 1979). Schrader, J. L."George Gray Barnard: The Cloisters and The Abbaye."
  3. Art Quarterly 28.4 (1965): 253-254. Dickson, Harold."The Origins of 'The Cloisters.'"

Scope and Contents

These records are interesting in many ways: as reflections of a very colorful man, as a history of an exciting era in the art world, and as the chronicle of an artist trying to make ends meet.

George Grey Barnard was a passionate man who was involved in many different arenas. The records of his collecting are fascinating in that they reveal a side of museums mostly unknown to people: how they acquired what they have. Barnard corresponded with museums, often desperately trying to sell his sculpture and his collections. The records of his Cloister Collections, one of which found a home at the Metropolitan Museum's Cloisters and the other at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, provides a rich background to two current museum treasures.

Barnard himself was interesting. His writings were flowery and passionate, often containing references to divine inspirations and righteous missions. He often was consumed in one activity or another, such as bringing a live turkey as a guest of honor to a vegetarian Thanksgiving feast, or offering twelve museums "first rights" to a collection of medieval objects he was selling. In debt most of his life, Barnard often was scurrying to avoid creditors and bankers. His magical personality, fame as an artist, and influential friends rescued him in times of difficulty, as is evidenced in his financial papers and his personal and business correspondence.

Portraying his role as an artist, Barnard's papers regarding his Lincoln sculpture are thrilling. His correspondence with his patrons, his casting foundry, and his models provide insight to the intricacies of sculpture production. The row over portraying Lincoln - whether strong and idealistic as Saint-Gaudens sculpted him, or gangly, emotional and human as did Barnard - sparked a controversy in the art world which is yet unresolvable. What is the mission of art and the artist? Throughout his papers Barnard's philosophy was apparent: he was gifted and felt responsible for honoring his Maker with his art, and he felt needy of evoking pathos towards injured or less-fortunate souls. This attitude of Barnard, when blended with his incessant pecuniary pressures and scheming, reflect a delightfully unpredictable man whose papers are seldom dull and often surprising.

Arrangement

The records came to the Archives roughly grouped into series and in over-stuffed folders, sometimes with labels missing. In some cases it was necessary to create order, in others just to polish the existing configuration. Care was taken to maintain the original order when possible. In some cases items have been arranged within folders in order to enhance the evidential value of the papers; in other cases there may be a very loose intra-folder organization.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Douglas Kohn (8/31/1981). Revised 2007.

Sponsor

Funded by a grant from The Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation

Revision Description

Kat Stefko: Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, February 2001. Transferred to DIANA by Katherine Stefko, March 2004. Kat Stefko: Updated links from "mellon-archives" to "archives.' Kat Stefko: Updated links from "mellon-archives" to "archives.' Susie Anderson: New nodes and citation Bertha Adams: New URL Bertha Adams: June 11, 2007 3/30/20049/20/20049/20/20041/20/20064/21/20066/11/2007

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

The George Gray Barnard Papers are the physical property of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives. The Museum holds literary rights only for material created by Museum personnel or given to the Museum with such rights specifically assigned. For all other material, literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for obtaining permission from rights holders for publication and for other purposes where stated.

Acquisition and Custody Information

Probably acquired in 1945, when the Museum purchased the Barnard Abbaye of Medieval art from the Barnard estate. Transferred from the Office of the Curator of Medieval Art to the Archives in 1975.

Processing Information

These materials were arranged and described by Douglas Kohn in 1981. Revised 2007. Funded by a grant from The Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation.

Alternative Format Available

The collection, with material dated 1897-1945, and finding aid were microfilmed by the American Archives of Art. Reel nos. 3658-3664. Copies are availabe for use in the Museum's Library.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Archives. Records of Barnard's collection and of "The Cloisters."

"The Cloisters" Library. Barnard correspondence re "The Cloisters."

National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution. See AAA Journal citation above. Photographs of Barnard's work.

Archives of American Art. See AAA Journal 17.2 (1977); microfilm roll 118. Photographs, negatives, and correspondence.

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives. Includes correspondence and notes of Francis Henry Taylor, Curator of Medieval Art, 1927-1931. Medieval Art Department Records.

Separated Material

Scrapbook of Barnard's cloisters (1920-1922). Special Format. Scrapbooks.

Black-and-white cloth-mounted print of Barnard's "The Hewer;" 8 misc. black-and-white prints of works of art studies of famous statues, and a signed print of Isadora Duncan; 47 photographs of early jackhammers and their use. Special Format. Photographs.

Glass-enclosed negative of Barnard's "Sermon on the Mount;" copper etched plate of a decorative pattern; and copper engraved plate of Barnard's standing Lincoln statue. Special Format. Objects.

Nine daybooks (1916-1928); dedication proceedings book for the Harrisburg Statuary (1911); box of post cards; two notebooks (1887, 1889), pocket Bible, and journal of Joseph H. Barnard; newspaper article on GGB and his Rainbow Arch; checks (1937-1938). Special Format. Miscellany.

Six blueprints of Barnard's studio (1928) prepared by Duncan Candler. Special Format. Architectural Drawings.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)
  • Barnard, George Grey, 1863-1938

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence, 1897-1939. 4 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

Business-related correspondence of Barnard.

Individuals, 1897-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with 132 individuals, including 10 folders with John D. Rockefeller, Barnard's special patron.

Arrangement

Alphabetical.

box folder
Babbott, Frank Lusk, 1919.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Babbott, Frank Lusk, 1854-1933
1 1
Bagby, Albert Morris, Re: Resurrection., 1928-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bagby, Albert Morris, 1859-1941
1 2
Bagby, Albert Morris, 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bagby, Albert Morris, 1859-1941
1 3
Barnhardt, Arthur M., 1899-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Barnhardt, Arthur M.
1 4
Barnhardt, Arthur M., 1933-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Barnhardt, Arthur M.
1 5
Bell, Alexander Graham, undated.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bell, Alexander Graham, 1847-1922
1 6
Berle, Rudolf P., 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Berle, Rudolf P.
1 7
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), June-Oct. 1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 8
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), Jan.-May 1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 9
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 10
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1927-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 11
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1925-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 12
Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1923-1924.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bernheim, Isaac W. (Isaac Wolfe), 1848-1945
1 13
Biafora, Enea. Castmaker, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Biafora, Enea, b. 1892
1 14
Bissell, George Edwin, 1905-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bissell, George Edwin, 1839-1920
1 15
Black, Charles H., 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Black, Charles H.
1 16
Bogdanov, Peter A., 1932-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bogdanov, Peter A.
1 17
Bolton, Reginald Pelham, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bolton, Reginald Pelham, 1856-1942
1 18
Bourne, Frederick Gilbert, 1908-1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Bourne, Frederick Gilbert
1 19
Brimo, Rene de L., 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Brimo, Rene de L.
1 20
Brisbane, Arthur, 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936
1 21
Brown, Henry Collins, 1937-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Brown, Henry Collins, 1862-1961
1 22
Brown, Mrs. Ingersoll, 1923.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Brown, Mrs. Ingersoll
1 23
Burns, Vincent Godfrey, 1932-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Burns, Vincent Godfrey, 1893-
1 24
Burrill, Edna, 1923-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Burrill, Edna
1 25
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1933-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1862-1947
1 26
Butler, William Mill, 1924-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Butler, William Mill, b. 1857
2 1
Chevrillon, Henri, 1933, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chevrillon, Henri
2 2
Cook, Walter W. S., 1924.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Cook, Walter W. S.
2 3
Creelman, Alice Buell, 1928-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Creelman, Alice Buell
2 4
Daudet, Madeleine. Regarding a lawsuit, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Daudet, Madeleine
2 5
Ford, Edsel, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943
2 6
Frank, Glenn, 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Frank, Glenn, 1887-1940
2 7
Gargani, E., Bronze, 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gargani, E.
2 8
Garland, Hamlin, 1924-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Garland, Hamlin, 1860-1940
2 9
Ghilani, P., 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ghilani, P.
2 10
Gibson, Charles Dana, 1913-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944
2 11
Golding, William E., 1926-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Golding, William E.
2 12
Greenway, Cornelius, 1929-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Greenway, Cornelius
2 13
Greenway, Cornelius, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Greenway, Cornelius
2 14
Gregg, Margaret, 1927-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gregg, Margaret
2 15
Grenfeld, Wilfred, Sir, 1933-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Grenfeld, Wilfred, Sir
2 16
Grey, Zane, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Grey, Zane, 1872-1939
2 17
Guthrie, Rev. William, 1920-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Guthrie, Rev. William
2 18
Hammond, John Hays, 1929-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hammond, John Hays, 1888-1965
2 19
Hammond, Natalie (Harris), Mrs., 1913.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hammond, Natalie (Harris), Mrs., d. 1931
2 20
Harding, Warren G. Competition for bust, 1923.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923
2 21
astings, Thomas, 1927-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hastings, Thomas, 1860-1929
2 22
Hearst, William Randolph, 1926-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951
2 23
Hoard, Margaret, 1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hoard, Margaret
2 24
Hodges, Leigh Mitchell, 1916-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hodges, Leigh Mitchell, 1876-
2 25
Hoge, Robert Henderson, 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hoge, Robert Henderson
2 26
Holt, Hamilton, 1919, 1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Holt, Hamilton, 1872-1951
2 27
Hornaday, William, 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hornaday, William
2 28
Hovelaque, Herni Leon, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Hovelaque, Herni Leon
2 29
Huntington, Archer M. (Archer Milton), 1916.
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Personal Name(s)
  • Huntington, Archer M. (Archer Milton), 1870-1955
2 30
Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards, 1914, 1916.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Huntington, Henry Edwards, 1850-1927
  • Huntington, Mrs. Henry Edwards
2 31
Huyck, Mrs. Francis, 1934-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Huyck, Mrs. Francis
2 32
Jewell, Edward Alden, 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Jewell, Edward Alden, 1888-1947
2 33
Johnson, Harry L., 1921-1922.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Johnson, Harry L.
2 34
Joliet, Illinois, 1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Joliet, Illinois (City)
2 35
Jonnesco, Mme. M., 1924-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Jonnesco, Mme. M.
2 36
Kahn, Mrs. Otto H., 1917-1918.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Kahn, Mrs. Otto H.
2 37
Knight, C. R., 1918-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Knight, C. R.
2 38
Lee, Gerald Stanley, 1908-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Lee, Gerald Stanley, 1862-1944
3 1
Société des Artistes Français. Lefebvre., 1915.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Société des Artistes Français
Personal Name(s)
  • Lefebvre
3 2
Lefebvre, H., 1911-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Lefebvre, H.
3 3
Lemmer, George J. (George James), 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Lemmer, George J. (George James), b. 1895
3 4
Lukeman, Augustus, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Lukeman, Augustus, 1871-1935
3 5
MacFadden, Bernard, 1926-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • MacFadden, Bernard
3 6
MacKaye, Percy, 1915-1935.
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Personal Name(s)
  • MacKaye, Percy, 1875-1956
3 7
MacKenzie, Emelyn, 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • MacKenzie, Emelyn
3 8
MacMonnies, Frederick William, 1922-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • MacMonnies, Frederick William, 1863-1937
3 9
MacNeil, Neil, 1935-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • MacNeil, Neil, 1891-1969
3 10
Markham, Edwin, 1918-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940
3 11
McCalley, J. B., Col., 1934-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • McCalley, J. B., Col.
3 12
McCormick, Edith Rockfeller, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • McCormick, Edith Rockfeller, 1872-1932
3 13
Melik, Zaven Sons, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Melik, Zaven & Sons
3 14
Monroe, Paul S., 1921-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Monroe, Paul S.
3 15
Ogden, Robert C. (Robert Curtis), 1910-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ogden, Robert C. (Robert Curtis), 1836-1913
3 16
Olmsted Brothers, 1928-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Olmsted Brothers
3 17
Page, Walter H., 1920-1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Page, Walter H.
3 18
Paterno, Charles V., 1924-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Paterno, Charles V.
3 19
Payne, C. Q., 1936-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Payne, C. Q.
3 20
Peek, Mrs. John H., 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Peek, Mrs. John H.
3 21
Pegler, Westbrook, 1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Pegler, Westbrook, 1894-1969
3 22
Perry, John H., 1935-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Perry, John H.
3 23
Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948
3 24
Piccinelli Brothers, 1903-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Piccinelli Brothers
3 25
Piccinelli Brothers, 1903-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Piccinelli Brothers
3 26
Polowetski, Charles, 1915-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Polowetski, Charles
3 27
Potter, Charles Francis, 1934, 1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Potter, Charles Francis, 1885-1962
3 28
Priddy, Lawrence, 1916-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Priddy, Lawrence
3 29
Randegger, Giuseppe Aldo and Henriette, 1924-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Randegger, Giuseppe Aldo, 1880-
  • Randegger, Henriette
3 30
Rice, Cale Young, 1922-1931.
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Personal Name(s)
  • Rice, Cale Young, 1872-1943
3 31
Ripley, H. Ernestine (Harriet Ernestine), 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ripley, H. Ernestine (Harriet Ernestine), b. 1872
3 32
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1934-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
3 33
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1926-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
3 34
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk V, pp. 700-725, Mar. 1925-Oct. 1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 1
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk V, pp. 726-751, Nov. 1927-May 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 2
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk V, pp. 752-775, May-Dec. 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 3
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk V, pp. 776-800a, Mar.-Nov. 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 4
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk VI, pp. 801-825e, Mar.-Oct. 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 5
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk VI, pp. 826-850, Nov.-Dec. 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 6
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk VI, pp. 851-875f, Dec. 1930-Jan. 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 7
Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison). GGB Bk VI, pp. 877-897b, Jan.-July 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rockefeller, John D. (John Davison), 1874-1960
4 8
Rolph, James J., Governor of California, 1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rolph, James J.
4 9
Ruckstuhl, F. W. (Fred Wellington), 1898-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ruckstuhl, F. W. (Fred Wellington), 1853-1942
4 10
Rule, Lucien V., 1926-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rule, Lucien V., 1871-1948
4 11
Rumsey, Charles Cary, 1914-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Rumsey, Charles Cary, 1879-1922
4 12
Russell, Walter, 1926-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Russell, Walter, 1871-1963
4 13
Russell, Walter, 1923-1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Russell, Walter, 1871-1963
4 14
Saint-Lanne, Louis, 1914-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Saint-Lanne, Louis
4 15
Seligmann, Edwin R., 1915-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Seligmann, Edwin R.
4 16
Shaw, Albert, 1917-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Shaw, Albert, 1857-1947
4 17
Singer, Paris Eugene, 1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Singer, Paris Eugene
4 18
Southard, Edward C., 1919-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Southard, Edward C.
4 19
St. Denis, Ruth, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • St. Denis, Ruth, 1880-1968
4 20
Stokes, Frank Wilbert, 1915-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Stokes, Frank Wilbert, 1858-1955
4 21
Stoner, Winifred Sackville, 1923-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Stoner, Winifred Sackville, 1902-
4 22
Stuart, Vere, 1934-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Stuart, Vere
4 23
Swarthmore College, 1933-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Swarthmore College
4 24
Taft, Charles P. (Charles Phelps), 1928-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Taft, Charles P. (Charles Phelps), 1897-
4 25
Taft, Larado, 1916-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Taft, Larado
5 1
Tarbell, Ida M. (Ida Minerva), 1932-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Tarbell, Ida M. (Ida Minerva), 1857-1944
5 2
Thayer, Abbott Handerson; Thayer family, 1914-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Thayer, Abbott Handerson, 1849-1921
  • Thayer family
5 3
Thompson, Mrs. William R., 1911-1912.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Thompson, Mrs. William R.
5 4
Thornburg, Raymond, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Thornburg, Raymond
5 5
Travis, Albert Chester, 1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Travis, Albert Chester
5 6
Untermeyer, Mrs. Samuel, 1916-1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Untermeyer, Mrs. Samuel
5 7
Upjohn, Charles B., 1930-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Upjohn, Charles B.
5 8
Van Court, Robert H., 1919-1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Van Court, Robert H.
5 9
Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1929-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1868-1935
5 10
Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1915-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1868-1935
5 11
Van Noppen, Leonard Charles. Poems, undated.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1868-1935
5 12
Van Noppen, Leonard Charles. Poems, undated.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Van Noppen, Leonard Charles, 1868-1935
5 13
Wade, Caroline, 1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Wade, Caroline
5 14
Walker, James John, 1932, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Walker, James John, 1881-1946
5 15
Ward, Lydia Avery Coonley, 1920, 1924.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ward, Lydia Avery Coonley, 1845-1924
5 16
Watchorn, Robert, 1926, 1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Watchorn, Robert, 1858-1944
5 17
Wertheimer, L., 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Wertheimer, L.
5 18
Whelan, Grover A., 1932-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Whelan, Grover A.
5 19
Whicher, George Meason, 1919-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Whicher, George Meason, 1860-1937
5 20
Whiteside, Mrs. Asta Fleming, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Whiteside, Mrs. Asta Fleming
5 21
Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1918.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1875-1942
5 22
Whybrown, Clarence, 1914-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Whybrown, Clarence
5 23
Williams, Dan, 1932-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Williams, Dan
5 24
Wilshear, Rose, 1934-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Wilshear, Rose
5 25
Wilson, Edwin Bidwell, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1930-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Personal Name(s)
  • Wilson, Edwin Bidwell, 1879-1964
5 26
Wise, Stephen Samuel, 1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Wise, Stephen Samuel, 1874-1949
5 27
Zim, Marco, 1925-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Zim, Marco, b. 1880
5 28

Miscellaneous letters mostly in French, 1897-1938.

5 29

Dealers, 1907-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, agreements, and some photographs of objects, mostly concerning Barnard's purchases.

Arrangement

Alphabetical.

box folder
Aharon, Gregor, 1915-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Aharon, Gregor
6 1
Altounian, Lorbet J., 1926-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Altounian, Lorbet J.
6 2
American Art Galleries, 1918-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • American Art Galleries
6 3
Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1924-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Anderson Galleries, Inc.
6 4
Arthur S. Vernay Inc., 1926-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Arthur S. Vernay Inc. (New York, N.Y.)
6 5
Bacri Freres. Re: Dijon ceiling, 1925-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bacri Freres
6 6
Bacri Freres, 1913-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bacri Freres
6 7
Barruzier, A., 1928-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Barruzier, A.
6 8
Brummer Gallery, 1928-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Brummer Gallery (New York, N.Y.)
6 9
C. Joret, 1924-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • C. Joret (Paris)
6 10
C. Joret, 1938-1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • C. Joret (Paris)
6 11
Canessa, 1916-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Canessa (Firm)
6 12
Daguerre, Henry, 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Daguerre, Henry
6 13
De Motte, G. J. Re: antiques. 1 of 5, 1914-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • De Motte, G. J.
6 14
De Motte, G. J. Re: antiques. 2 of 5, 1910-1918.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • De Motte, G. J.
6 15
De Motte, G. J. Re: antiques. 3 of 5, 1911-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • De Motte, G. J.
6 16
De Motte, G. J. Re: antiques. 4 of 5, 1916-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • De Motte, G. J.
6 17
De Motte, G. J. Re: antiques. 5 of 5, 1916-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • De Motte, G. J.
6 18
Eugene Glaenzer Co., 1913-1919.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Eugene Glaenzer & Co.
6 19
French Company Re: antiques, 1914-1923.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • French & Company (New York, N.Y.)
6 20
G. Martin Fils, 1925-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • G. Martin & Fils
6 21
Gouvert, Paul Re: Daguerre, 1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gouvert, Paul
6 22
Gouvert, Paul. Accounts and agreements, 1925-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gouvert, Paul
6 23
Gouvert, Paul. St. Genis and Cuxa fountains, 1926-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gouvert, Paul
6 24
Gouvert, Paul, 1928-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gouvert, Paul
7 1
Gouvert, Paul, 1926-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Gouvert, Paul
7 2
Harding Dealers in Objects of Art, 1913-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Harding Dealers in Objects of Art
7 3
Henry Garnier Antiques, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Henry Garnier Antiques
7 4
Jacques Seligmann Galleries, 1914-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Jacques Seligmann Galleries
7 5
Jacques Seligmann Galleries, 1915-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Jacques Seligmann Galleries
7 6
Larcade, 1921-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Larcade (Paris)
7 7
Lion, Andre Re: stained glass, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Lion, Andre
7 8
M. Stora Co., 1916-1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • M. Stora & Co.
7 9
Montross, N. E., 1913-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Montross, N. E.
7 10
P. Jackson Higgs, 1917-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • P. Jackson Higgs (New York, N.Y.)
7 11
Pares, Emil Re: antiques, 1915-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Pares, Emil
7 12
Pares, Emil, 1915-1916.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Pares, Emil
7 13
Pistoia, 1907-1913.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Pistoia (Italy)
7 14
R. Kuntzel, 1910-1912.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • R. Kuntzel (Florence)
7 15
Ruiz, Luis, 1930-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Ruiz, Luis
7 16
Simon, E., 1930-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Simon, E.
7 17
Simon, E., 1926-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Simon, E.
7 18
Simon-Trichard, 1932-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Simon-Trichard
7 19
Spanish Art Gallery, 1913-1921.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Spanish Art Gallery
7 20
Spanish Art Gallery, 1910-1921.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Spanish Art Gallery
7 21
Tolentino Art Galleries, 1920-1924.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Tolentino Art Galleries
7 22
Vidal, J., 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Vidal, J.
7 23
Volpi, Elia, 1912-1918.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Volpi, Elia, 1858-1938
7 24
Waters, W. H., 1927-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Waters, W. H.
8 1
Yamanaka Company, 1928-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Yamanaka & Company
8 2

Dealer correspondence in French, 1908-1936.

8 3

Dealer correspondence in French, 1916-1937.

8 4

Misc. business correspondence re: transactions, 1906-1937.

8 5

Misc. business correspondence re: transactions, 1911-1931.

8 6

Misc. business correspondence re: transactions, 1911-1937.

8 7

Misc. business correspondence re: transactions, 1908-1938.

8 8

Misc. business correspondence re: transactions, 1902-1936.

8 9

Museums, 1903-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning sales and possible sales of objects to museums. Includes much correspondence with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Washington Cathedral.

Arrangement

Alphabetical.

box folder
American Museum of Natural History, 1923-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • American Museum of Natural History
9 1
Art Institute of Chicago, 1913-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Art Institute of Chicago
9 2
Baltimore Museum of Art, 1923.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Baltimore Museum of Art
9 3
Borglum Studios, Gutzen, 1922-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Borglum Studios, Gutzen
9 4
Brooklyn Children's Museum, 1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Brooklyn Children's Museum
9 5
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1926-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences
9 6
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1916-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Buffalo Fine Arts Academy
9 7
Carnegie Institute, 1916-1919.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Carnegie Institute
9 8
Carnegie Institute, 1920-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Carnegie Institute
9 9
Cathedral Church of Christ, 1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Cathedral Church of Christ (Philadelphia)
9 10
City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1921-1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • City Art Museum of St. Louis
9 11
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914-1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
9 12
Cleveland Museum of Art, 1916-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
9 13
Dayton Art Institute, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Dayton Art Institute
9 14
Denver Art Association, 1928-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Denver Art Association
9 15
Detroit Institute of Arts, 1917-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
9 16
Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego
9 17
Franklin Institute, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.)
9 18
Harvard University, 1925, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Harvard University
9 19
Hillyer Art Gallery.
See:

George Grey Barnard Papers / I. Correspondence / C. Museums / f. Smith College. Museum of Art.

box folder
Hispanic Society of America.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Hispanic Society of America
9 20
Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art
9 21
International Peace Gardens.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • International Peace Gardens
9 22
Kansas City Art Institute, 1924-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Kansas City Art Institute
9 23
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 1, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
9 24
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 1, 1929-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
9 25
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 1, 1931-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
9 26
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 2, 1927-1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 1
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 2, 1924-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 2
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Folder 2, 1928-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 3
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cloisters. Folder 3, 1925-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 4
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cloisters. Folder 3, 1899-1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 5
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cloisters. Folder 3, 1926-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 6
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Cloisters. Folder 3, 1935-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 7
Milwaukee Art Institute, 1921-1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Milwaukee Art Institute
10 8
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1916-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts
10 9
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1917-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
10 10
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1909-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
10 11
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
10 12
Museum of French Art, 1917-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Museum of French Art
10 13
Museum of Modern Art, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
10 14
National Academy of Design, 1919-1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • National Academy of Design (U.S.)
10 15
National Sculpture Society, 1919-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • National Sculpture Society (U.S.)
10 16
New York, N.Y. City Council, 1934-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • New York, N.Y. City Council
10 17
New York Public Library. Statue, 19134-1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • New York Public Library
10 18
Newark Museum Association, 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Newark Museum Association
10 19
Pennsylvania State University, 1903-1921.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Pennsylvania State University
10 20
Philadelphia Museum of Art. With Kimball and Taylor. Folder 3, 1927-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
10 21
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Folder 3, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
11 1
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Folder 3, 1928-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
11 2
Philadelphia Museum of Art. With Kimball and Price re Medieval objects. Folder 3, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
11 3
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Re: St. Laurent portal, 1928-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
11 4
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Re: Clodion bas reliefs, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
11 5
Pratt Institute. Gallery, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Pratt Institute. Gallery
11 6
Princeton University. Art Museum, 1928-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Princeton University. Art Museum
11 7
Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Committee, 1921-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Rhode Island School of Design. Museum of Art. Committee
11 8
Smith College, Museum of Art, 1929-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Smith College. Museum of Art
11 9
Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1926-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation
11 10
Toledo Museum of Art, 1921-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Toledo Museum of Art
11 11
University of Rochester, Memorial Art Gallery, 1928-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • University of Rochester. Memorial Art Gallery
11 12
Vicksburg Memorial, 1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Vicksburg Memorial
11 13
Washington Cathedral, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Washington Cathedral
11 14
Washington Cathedral, Jan.-June 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Washington Cathedral
11 15
Washington Cathedral, July-Dec. 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Washington Cathedral
11 16
Washington Cathedral, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Washington Cathedral
11 17
Washington Cathedral, 1930-1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Washington Cathedral
11 18
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
11 19
Worcester Art Museum, 1917-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Worcester Art Museum
11 20
Yale University, School of Fine Art, 1917-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Yale University. School of Fine Art
11 21

Loans to various museums, 1918-1928.

11 22

Sale of "Refugee" and other Cloister items, 1926-1937.

11 23

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Subjects, 1899-1940. 2 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reports, and circulars. Also includes 38 files of requests of Barnard for interviews, permission to publish, contributions, etc. and invitations to attend.

Arrangement

Alphabetical.

box folder

American Association for Assistance to French Artists, Inc. Mrs. David Randolph MacIver, 1940.

12 1

Appraisals. U.S. Customs, 1926-1931.

12 2

Articles, 1924-1937.

12 3

Articles, 1917-1938.

12 4

Barnard birthplace: Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, 1917.

12 5

Birds of paradise, 1929-1932.

12 6

Birds of paradise, 1930-1932.

12 7

Board of Education, New York City, 1921-1935.

12 8

Bryn Athyn. Stained glass, 1932, 1936.

12 9

Burglar alarm contract, 1937-1939.

12 10

Carnegie Institute exhibition (May 5-June 19, 1938), 1938.

12 11

Clock data, undated.

12 12

"Cloister of Trie." Translation, 1916.

12 13

Safety Fire Extinguisher Co., 1933-1937.

12 14

Gifts from Barnard, 1924-1937.

12 15

Girl Scouts, Inc., 1937.

12 16

Grand Central Art Galleries exhibition (Apr. 16-May 4, 1935), 1935.

12 17

Southeastern Indiana Historical Society, 1929.

12 18

First Annual International Exhibition (Feb. 15-Mar. 15), 1912-1913.

12 19

Kankakee, 1936-1938.

12 20

Kankakee, 1923-1936.

12 21

Kankakee, 1915-1938.

12 22

Kankakee, 1934-1937.

12 23

Lafayette monument, 1899-1919.

12 24

Lake Village, Indiana, 1935.

12 25

MacDowell Club, New York, 1918-1932.

12 26

Marble, 1919-1937.

12 27

Marble. Pisani Brothers, 1923.

12 28

Memberships, 1917-1929.

12 29

Memberships, 1919-1937.

12 30

Memorial Extension Commission, 1935.

12 31

Memorials (war), 1919.

12 32

Military Order of the World War, 1923.

12 33

Indian monument. Correspondence with Daniel Chester French, 1913.

12 34

Motion pictures of Barnard and his statues, 1913-1931.

13 1

Motion pictures of Barnard and his statues, 1916-1937.

13 2

Muscatine, Iowa, 1923-1938.

13 3

National Association of Audubon Societies, 1929-1933.

13 4

National Geographic Society, 1931-1932.

13 5

National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1924-1937.

13 6

National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1936-1938.

13 7

Office supplies, 1920-1935.

13 8

Opinion of Barnard wanted, 1923-1936.

13 9

Opinion of Barnard wanted, 1923-1935.

13 10

Opinion of Barnard wanted, 1915-1937.

13 11

Palos Verdes project, 1922.

13 12

Photographers, 1915-1932.

13 13

Photographers, 1927-1937.

13 14

Photographers. Apeda Studios, 1935-1937.

13 15

Pointing machine, 1927.

13 16

Police department, 1916-1933.

13 17

Portable homes, 1916-1923.

13 18

Portrait. Barnard, 1929-1930.

13 19

Press and other publicity, 1920-1937.

13 20

Press and other publicity, 1923-1937.

13 21

Publishers, 1898-1931.

13 22

Publishers, 1923-1936.

13 23

Public Works of Art Project, 1935.

14 1

Military Order of Purple Heart, 1937.

14 2

Roerich Society, 1932-1933.

14 3

Roman bronze, 1927-1937.

14 4

Roman bronze, 1925-1937 (bulk: 1925-1926).

14 5

Roman exposition, 1923.

14 6

United States President Theodore Roosevelt's letters to Barnard, 1917, 1937.

14 7

Scrapbook data, 1932.

14 8

United States Senate, 1929.

14 9

Signs, 1937.

14 10

Société des Artistes Français, 1916-1919.

14 11

Special orders, 1920-1933.

14 12

Studebaker Corporation of America, 1915-1916.

14 13

Tabard Press, undated.

14 14

Vegetarian Society, 1928-1936.

14 15

White House correspondence, 1934-1936.

14 16

Women's Press Club, 1916.

14 17

Workmen, 1936-1938.

14 18

New York World's Fair, 1938.

14 19

Inquiries of Barnard, 1919-1938.

14 20

Inquiries of Barnard, 1919-1933.

14 21

Inquiries of Barnard, 1917-1938.

14 22

Invitations to attend, 1912-1923.

14 23

Invitations to attend, 1917-1934.

14 24

Invitations to attend, 1924-1933.

14 25

Invitations to attend, 1916-1932.

14 26

Invitations to exhibit work, 1924-1929.

15 1

Invitations to speak, 1917-1923.

15 2

Invitations to speak, 1909-1932.

15 3

Invitations. Folder 1. 1935 and before, 1923-1935.

15 4

Invitations. Folder 1. 1935 and before, 1924-1935.

15 5

Invitations. Folder 2, 1933-1938.

15 6

Invitations. Folder 2, 1936-1938.

15 7

Invitations. Folder 3, 1931-1932.

15 8

Invitations. Folder 3, 1927-1929.

15 9

Invitations. Folder 3, 1920-1936.

15 10

Invitations. Folder 3, 1923-1930.

15 11

Invitations. Folder 3, 1936-1937.

15 12

Questionnaires submitted to Barnard, 1926-1933.

15 13

Requests of Barnard. Folder 1, 1934-1935.

15 14

Requests of Barnard. Folder 1, 1898-1938.

15 15

Requests of Barnard. Folder 2, 1923-1937.

15 16

Requests of Barnard. Folder 2, 1923-1924.

15 17

Requests for assistance of Barnard, 1916-1933.

15 18

Requests for assistance of Barnard, 1916-1932.

15 19

Requests for contributions, 1919-1935.

16 1

Requests for financial aid, 1917-1937.

16 2

Requests for financial aid, 1923-1937.

16 3

Requests for interview re writings about Barnard, 1917-1938.

16 4

Requests for interview re writings about Barnard, 1927-1930.

16 5

Requests for interview re writings about Barnard, 1924-1937.

16 6

Requests to meet Barnard, 1928-1936.

16 7

Requests to meet Barnard, 1916-1933.

16 8

Requests to meet Barnard, 1917-1938.

16 9

Request for permission to use name of Barnard, 1928-1936.

16 10

Request for photograph of Barnard, 1915-1936.

16 11

Request for photograph of Barnard, 1917-1937.

16 12

Radio broadcasts, 1924-1930.

16 13

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Sculpture, 1902-1938. 2.5 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, photographs, sketches, financial accountings regarding Barnard's sculpture.

Lincoln, 1911-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Mr. Charles P. Taft, Barnard's patron for the Lincoln statue, letters of appreciation, Barnard's search for a suitable model, correspondence regarding the controversies as to the realism or idealism of the piece and its erection in London, and letters of Robert T. Lincoln, the son of President Lincoln.

Arrangement

By subject.

box folder

Lincoln. Possible Lincoln models, 1913-1916.

17 1

Lincoln. Possible Lincoln models, 1912-1916.

17 2

Thomas, C.A. (model for Lincoln), 1913-1914.

17 3

Lincoln model for figure, 1919-1920.

17 4

Head of Lincoln. Expenses. Casting, 1917-1938.

17 5

Taft, Charles P., Lincoln Order, 1911-1915.

17 6

Taft, Charles P., Lincoln Order, 1915-1917.

17 7

Lincoln. Correspondence with Charles P. Taft, 1915-1917.

17 8

Lincoln. Correspondence with Charles P. Taft, 1917-1918.

17 9

Lincoln. Correspondence with Charles P. Taft, 1916-1920.

17 10

Roman Bronze works, 1914-1916.

17 11

Roman Bronze works, 1916-1920.

17 12

Lincoln. Cincinnati. Dedication programs and book, Barnard's Lincoln, 1917.

17 13

Lincoln exhibition. Union Theological Seminary, 1916.

17 14

Lincoln exhibition. Union Theological Seminary, 1916-1920.

17 15

Letters from Robert Lincoln to Isaac Markens, 1917.

17 16

Theodore Roosevelt letter re: Lincoln, undated.

17 17

McCormick, Vance C. re: Lincoln to England, 1918.

17 18

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 1, 1916-1921.

17 19

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 2, 1916-1938.

17 20

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 3, 1917-1921.

18 1

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 4, 1916-1917.

18 2

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 5, 1917-1921.

18 3

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 5, 1916-1937.

18 4

Lincoln Letters of Appreciation. Folder 5, 1916-1932.

18 5

Lincoln Letters, 1917-1926.

18 6

Lincoln - Manchester, 1917-1919.

18 7

Lincoln statue in Louisville, 1917-1922.

18 8

Lincoln Statue in Louisville, 1920-1922.

18 9

Lincoln Statue, Louisville. Contract with Roman Bronze Works, 1916-1922.

18 10

Head of Lincoln in France and correspondence about other locations, 1921-1937.

18 11

The Lincoln School, 1923-1931.

18 12

Lincoln Statue letters for study, 1912-1939.

18 13

Lincoln Bust Correspondence. John Gellatly, 1919-1922.

18 14

Lincoln Material, 1917-1931.

18 15

Lincoln Shrine - Redlands, circa 1921-1935.

18 16

Lincoln Shrine - Redlands, circa 1927-1931.

18 17

Lincoln Shrine - Redlands, circa 1930-1932.

18 18

"Lincoln in Thought," (Ts. by Barnard), circa 1937.

18 19

Lincoln's Head - controversy, sales, 1916-1934.

19 1

Lincoln's Head - controversy, sales, 1914-1926.

19 2

Lincoln's Head - controversy, sales, 1916-1925.

19 3

Requests for Photographs of Lincoln, 1913-1924.

19 4

Buffalo (NY) Lincoln Competition, 1934.

19 5

Lincoln, Joseph C., 1937.

19 6

Wright, Grant (Lincoln), 1922-1930.

19 7

Lincoln - Press notices, etc., 1917-1924.

19 8

Lincoln Head - Marble: Clippings, 1924.

19 9

Lincoln - Tributes, 1917-1936.

19 10

Lincoln Statue Letters - C.V. Harris, 1916-1938.

19 11

Rainbow Arch, 1917-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence regarding the studio for the Arch, models, supplies, tributes and miscellaneous. Includes World War I photos of inspiration, publicity, and correspondence with the Gold Star Mothers of Americirca

Arrangement

By subject.

box folder

Rainbow Arch. Description, 1933-1936.

20 1

Rainbow Monument. Correspondence of special merit in regards to, 1922-1930.

20 2

Third Avenue Railroad Co. Folder 1, 1933.

20 3

Third Avenue Railroad Co. Folder 1, 1933.

20 4

Third Avenue Railroad Co. Folder 2, 1933-1938.

20 5

Ward's Natural Science, 1933.

20 6

Labradorite, Ivan Bayley, 1933-1938.

20 7

Labradorite, Ivan Bayley, 1934-1936.

20 8

Rainbow Monument data, 1933-1936.

20 9

Rainbow Monument data, 1923-1933.

20 10

Rainbow Monument data (model), 1933.

20 11

Rainbow Monument data (model), 1933.

20 12

Rainbow Monument data (supplies), 1931-1933.

20 13

Rainbow Monument data (supplies), 1931-1933.

20 14

Rainbow Monument data (supplies), 1931-1933.

20 15

Rainbow Monument letters, 1920-1936.

20 16

Rainbow Monument - Photographs, undated.

20 17

Rainbow Monument - Photographs, undated.

21 1

Rainbow Arch - Publicity, 1916-1939.

21 2

Publicity, 1919-1937.

21 3

Vandalism - Letters, 1936.

21 4

Rainbow Arch - Article by Winifred Lemmer, undated.

21 5

Rainbow Arch - Letters from people to see, 1933-1936.

21 6

Rainbow Monument - Inspiration for, 1917-1918.

21 7

Rainbow Monument - Inspiration for, 1918-1922.

21 8

Rainbow Monument - Inspiration for, 1917-1918.

21 9

Rainbow Monument - Inspiration for, 1918-1920.

21 10

Rainbow Arch - Cost of, 1933.

21 11

American Legion. Veterans Organizations, 1933-1937.

21 12

Rainbow Monument - Donations, 1930-1938.

21 13

Rainbow Monument - Power House visitors, 1936-1937.

21 14

Rainbow Arch - Gold Star Mothers of America, 1937-1938.

21 15

Rainbow Arch - Gold Star Mothers of America, 1937.

21 16

Rainbow Arch - Gold Star Mothers of America, 1937.

21 17

Rainbow Arch - Gold Star Mothers of America, 1937.

21 18

Tributes to Rainbow Arch, 1921-1934.

21 19

Tributes to Rainbow Arch, 1933-1934.

21 20

Harrisburg and others, 1902-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, accounts, clippings, and the dedication ceremony booklet of Barnard's Harrisburg capitol works. Also includes photographs, drawings and miscellaneous correpondence of other Barnard works.

Arrangement

By title of the sculpture.

box folder

Harrisburg affairs. Harrisburg Capitol work, 1902-1917.

22 1

Harrisburg groups - Early accounts, 1907-1912.

22 2

Contracts - Harrisburg Capitol work, 1908-1912.

22 3

Harrisburg, PA. Correspondence, 1913-1937.

22 4

Harrisburg, PA. Correspondence, 1928-1929.

22 5

Harrisburg model, 1913.

22 6

Salon Exhibition, Paris - Harrisburg Capitol work, 1910.

22 7

Salon Exhibition, Paris - Harrisburg Capitol work, 1910-1911.

22 8

Salon Receipts - H.C. work, 1910.

22 9

Harrisburg dedication ceremonies (See SF/MISC for Ceremony Booklet), 1911.

22 10

Harrisburg scandal.Clippings, 1907.

22 11

Harrisburg Capitol Group - Miscellaneous, 1907-1933.

22 12

God Pan, 1916-1918.

22 13

Urn of Life, 1916-1918.

22 14

Two Natures, 1923-1925.

22 15

Prodigal Son correspondence: R.S. Reynolds; Stephen S. Wise, 1925-1939.

22 16

Prodigal Son correspondence: R.S. Reynolds; Stephen S. Wise, 1933-1936.

22 17

Wilbur Wright Memorial, 1920-1922.

22 18

Prices for Barnard's creations, 1921-1922.

22 19

Promotion, 1931.

22 20

Publicity lists, 1923-1937.

22 21

Publicity promoters, 1930.

22 22

Sculptor's Workshop, Inc. (Edmondo Quattrochi), 1933-1940.

22 23

"Adolphe Gallis - Record of Days and Work.", 1919-1920.

22 24

Sketches, n.d.

22 25

Sketches. Folder 1, undated.

23 1

Sketches, Misc. Folder 2, undated.

23 2

Posing Notes, undated.

23 3

Drawings - "The Creation of Man from Dust," "The Age of Creation," and "The Age of Destruction", undated.

23 4

Drawings of the horse, undated.

23 5

Drawings for house, undated.

23 6

Immortality (Drawings for the Figures Immortality, etc.), 1923.

23 7

Drawings for the Figures of Immortality, undated.

23 8

Drawings - Joan of Arc, undated.

23 9

Adam - Photographs, undated.

23 10

Brides - Photographs, undated.

23 11

The Builder - Photographs, undated.

23 12

The Builder - Photographs, undated.

23 13

The Christ - Photographs, undated.

23 14

Crucifixion - Photographs, undated.

23 15

Dead Shepherd - Negative, undated.

23 16

Dead Soldiers - Photographs and Negatives, undated.

23 17

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford - Photographs, 1928-1934.

23 18

Harrisburg Group - Small postcards, 1934.

23 19

"Hewer" - Photographs, undated.

23 20

Labor - Negative and photographs, undated.

23 21

Lincoln - Photographs, 1937.

23 22

"Lindy" and "We" - Photographs, undated.

23 23

Mother - Photographs, undated.

23 24

Mother Earth - Photographs, undated.

23 25

Philosopher - Photographs, undated.

23 26

Prostitute and Glutton - Photographs, undated.

23 27

Refugee - Photographs, undated.

23 28

The Sculptor - Photographs, 1933-1934.

23 29

Sermon on Mount - Photographs, 1933-1934.

23 30

Two Natures - Photographs, 1922.

23 31

Urn of Life - Photographs, undated.

23 32

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The Cloisters/Collections, 1907-1938. 0.5 linear foot.

Scope and Content Note

Includes inventories of the objects in Barnard's cloisters collections, correpondence with prospective purchasers, descriptions of the objects, and correspondecne regarding the Abbaye exhibitions of 1937 and 1940. Also includes regular daily reports of Summer 1937.

box folder

Temporary catalog of Barnard Cloisters, undated.

24 1

Inventories of objects in Cloisters. Folder 1, 1922-1937.

24 2

Inventories of objects in Cloisters. Folder 1, 1917-1937.

24 3

Inventories of objects in Cloisters. Folder 1, 1921-1937.

24 4

Monastery prospects, 1916-1928.

24 5

Cloisters - General correspondence up to, 1925 (date of sale).

24 6

Correspondence with Metropolitan Museum re: Medieval Pieces, 1929.

24 7

The Cloisters of St. Michel de Cuxa. Correspondence with Mde. Marie de St. Jean, 1907-1916.

24 8

Pasadena correspondence, Mrs. George Millard, 1930.

24 9

Pasadena correspondence, Mrs. George Millard, 1930.

24 10

Play in Cloisters, undated.

24 11

Monastery - Description of objects in, Ms, undated.

24 12

Monastery - Description of objects in, Ts, undated.

24 13

Cloisters - Detail description of, by Barnard, undated.

24 14

Cloisters - Reprints, articles, 1917-1925.

24 15

Abbaye - Articles about and announcement of opening, 1940.

24 16

Articles about the Abbaye, 1939.

24 17

Memoranda of Barnard and secretary, 1932-1938.

24 18

Memoranda of Barnard and secretary, 1930-1933.

24 19

Memos of Barnard and lists of projects, sketches, 1937-1938.

24 20

Memos of Barnard and lists of projects, sketches, 1937.

24 21

Daily reports, Aug.-Sept. 1937.

25 1

Daily reports, June-July 1937.

25 2

Monastery - Press releases for opening and attendance statistics, 1937-1938.

25 3

Monastery supplies, 1937.

25 4

Monastery supply glass, 1937.

25 5

Abbaye prospects, 1920-1933.

25 6

Monastery - Drawings and plans, undated.

25 7

James J. Rorimer's article about Cloister tombs, 1931.

25 8

House and Cloisters of Larcade (not antique), 1933.

25 9

Chinese horse photographs, 1937.

25 10

Paintings. Italian primitives, 1927, 1929.

25 11

Photographs of paintings, 1916.

25 12

Photographs - Miscellaneous (of art), undated.

25 13

Negatives - Unidentified, undated.

25 14

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Business and financial records, 1903-1940. 1.5 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

Business records of Barnard's studios regarding rent, upkeep, supplies, and plans; records of Barnard's models and of shipping and storing of objects.

Arrangement

Shipping records arranged chronologically.

box folder

Studios, France - Sale of, 1903-1913.

26 1

Studio, France, 1911-1914.

26 2

Nolan, Mrs. Ann E, 1908-1917.

26 3

Moses, Robert, 1935-1936.

26 4

Studio: Roberts (builder), 1914-1916.

26 5

Studio: Roberts (builder), 1912-1917.

26 6

Third Ave. Railroad Co, 1938.

26 7

Studio, 1916-1918.

26 8

Studio (estimates), 1931-1934.

26 9

Studio plans (plumbing). Folder 1, 1929-1930.

26 10

Studio plans (plumbing). Folder 1, 1927-1929.

26 11

Studio plans (misc.). Folder 2, 1928-1929.

26 12

Studio plans (misc.). Folder 2, 1925-1928.

26 13

Studio plans. W.E. Golding. Folder 6, 1928.

26 14

Studio plans. W.E. Golding. Folder 7, 1925-1928.

26 15

Studio plans. W.E. Golding. Folder 8, 1928-1930.

26 16

Studio supplies. Folder 1, 1933-1937.

26 17

Studio supplies. Folder 1, 1929-1933.

26 18

Studio supplies. Folder 1, 1916-1929.

26 19

Studio supplies. Folder 2, 1898-1932.

26 20

Studio supplies. Folder 2, 1910-1920.

26 21

Studio supplies. Folder 2, 1926.

26 22

Studio supplies. Folder 3, 1916-1921.

27 1

Studio upkeep, 1916-1929.

27 2

Studio work, 1928.

27 3

Supply dealers, 1913-1937.

27 4

Supply dealers, 1913-1937.

27 5

Models. Folder 1, 1926-1928.

27 6

Models. Folder 1, 1926-1929.

27 7

Models. Folder 2, 1929-1930.

27 8

Models. Folder 2, 1930.

27 9

Models. Folder 3, 1930-1931.

27 10

Models. Folder 4, 1932-1934.

27 11

Models. Folder 4, 1933-1934.

27 12

Models - Prior to 1930, 1916-1926.

27 13

Babies - for models, 1935, 1938.

27 14

Shipping. General, 1910-1926.

27 15

American Express Co. Foreign Department, 1911-1916.

27 16

American Express Co. Foreign Department, 1911-1912.

27 17

American Express Co. Shipping, 1929.

27 18

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co., 1915-1917.

27 19

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co., 1916-1917.

27 20

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Mr. Friedenberg's letter, bills, etc., 1918-1919.

27 21

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Mr. Friedenberg's letter, bills, etc., 1920-1921.

28 1

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Letter and other data re: Gothic doorway., 1921-1923.

28 2

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co., 1923-1925.

28 3

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1925.

28 4

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1926.

28 5

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1926-1927.

28 6

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1927.

28 7

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1928.

28 8

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1928.

28 9

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1929.

28 10

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1930.

28 11

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1931.

28 12

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1931.

28 13

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1932.

28 14

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1933.

28 15

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Ship reports, 1934.

28 16

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Marble facade and oak ceiling - Shipping and correspondence, 1930-1933.

28 17

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Marble facade and oak ceiling - Shipping and correspondence, 1932-1933.

28 18

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Marble facade and oak ceiling - Shipping and correspondence, 1929-1933.

28 19

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. (formerly Friedenberg Co.). Bills, letters, etc., 1913-1914.

28 20

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. (formerly Friedenberg Co.). Bills, letters, etc., 1914.

28 21

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. (formerly Friedenberg Co.). Bills, letters, etc., 1915-1926.

29 1

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Letters, bills, 1929-1932.

29 2

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Letters, 1930-1933.

29 3

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Bills and receipts, 1926-1927.

29 4

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Bills and receipts, 1927.

29 5

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Bills and receipts, Jan.-June 1928.

29 6

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Bills and receipts, July 1928-1931.

29 7

Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. Misc. finance, 1933-1940.

29 8

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Work miscellany, 1900-1938. 0.5 linear foot.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, memos and writings, much undated, and reflecting Barnard's daily routine and his thought processes. Also includes notebooks of trips and sales.

box folder

Notes. Folder 1, undated.

30 1

Notes. Folder 1, undated.

30 2

Notes. Folder 2, undated.

30 3

Notes. Folder 2 with poems and notebook of memoranda, undated.

30 4

Notes. Folder 3, undated.

30 5

Notes. Folder 3, undated.

30 6

Notes. Folder 4, undated.

30 7

Notes. Folder 4, undated.

30 8

"Night Notes" (notebook), undated.

30 9

Peace data, 1933-1936.

30 10

Plan to place artists at work, 1923-1934.

30 11

War - Philosophical notes to do with war, undated.

30 12

World Felowship of Faiths, 1934-1935.

30 13

Writings. Folder 1, undated.

30 14

Writings. Folder 1, undated.

30 15

Writings. Folder 2, undated.

30 16

Writings. Folder 2, undated.

30 17

Writings. Folder 3, undated.

30 18

Writings. Folder 3, undated.

31 1

Writings. Folder 4, undated.

31 2

Writings. Folder 4, undated.

31 3

Writings. Folder 5, undated.

31 4

Writings. Folder 5, undated.

31 5

Bills, receipts, correspondence of Barnard in Europe, 1906-1918.

31 6

Bills, receipts, correspondence of Barnard in Europe, 1907-1917.

31 7

della Robbia offers, 1910-1911.

31 8

Antiques - Mosaics, 1927.

31 9

Trip to Europe, 1927.

31 10

Dealers - Transactions, 1927-1934.

31 11

Notebooks regarding purchases, undated.

31 12

Notebook record of purchases and sales, 1903-1906.

31 13

Miscellaneous, 1900-1938.

31 14

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Personal correspondence and biographical material, 1895-1939. 2.5 linear feet.

Correspondence, 1895-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with friends and family and some letters related to organizations and businesses.

Arrangement

Loosely organized chronologically.

box folder

Personal letters prior to 1900., 1896-1899.

32 1

Personal letters prior to 1900, 1897-1899.

32 2

Personal correspondence, 1907-1919.

32 3

Personal correspondence, 1912-1923.

32 4

Personal correspondence, 1914-1918.

32 5

Barnett, Rob, 1911-1935.

32 6

Beard, Daniel - Address, 1934.

32 7

Beauchamp, Emma, 1933-1937.

32 8

Personal correspondence. Folder 1, 1895-1934.

32 9

Personal correspondence. Folder 2, 1929-1934.

32 10

Personal correspondence. Folder 2, 1930.

32 11

Personal correspondence. Folder 2, 1921-1930.

32 12

Personal correspondence. Folder 3, 1927-1937.

32 13

Personal correspondence. Folder 3, 1929-1930.

32 14

Personal correspondence. Folder 3, 1929.

32 15

Personal correspondence. Folder 4, 1926-1929.

32 16

Personal correspondence. Folder 4, 1929.

32 17

Personal correspondence. Folder 4, 1928-1929.

32 18

Personal correspondence. Folder 5, 1927-1928.

32 19

Personal correspondence. Folder 5, 1927-1929.

32 20

Personal correspondence. Folder 5, 1926-1928.

33 1

Personal correspondence. Folder 6, 1926-1928.

33 2

Personal correspondence. Folder 6, 1928.

33 3

Personal correspondence. Folder 6, 1926-1928.

33 4

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 1, 1931-1938.

33 5

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 1, 1923-1932.

33 6

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 1, 1930-1935.

33 7

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 1, 1927-1934.

33 8

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 2, 1926-1932.

33 9

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 2, 1931-1932.

33 10

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 2, 1914-1931.

33 11

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 3, 1930-1932.

33 12

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 3, 1931.

33 13

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 3, 1927-1931.

33 14

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 4, 1923-1930.

33 15

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 4, 1917-1929.

33 16

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 5, 1923-1938.

34 1

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 5, 1932-1933.

34 2

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 5, 1930-1933.

34 3

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 6, 1936.

34 4

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 6, 1935-1936.

34 5

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 6, 1936-1937.

34 6

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 8, 1926-1935.

34 7

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 8, 1930-1936.

34 8

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 9, 1917-1924.

34 9

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 9, 1924-1925.

34 10

Personal correspondence. Set 2. Folder 9, 1924-1925.

34 11

Miscellaneous memos and letters, undated.

34 12

Miscellaneous memos and letters, undated.

34 13

Miscellaneous memos and letters, undated.

34 14

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1936-1938.

34 15

Letters never sent, 1925, 1931.

34 16

Letters from Waterford, CT, 1937.

34 17

Letters from Waterford, CT, 1937.

35 1

Letters from Waterford, CT, 1937.

35 2

Daily reports and memos sent to Barnard while in Waterford, 1937.

35 3

Daily reports and memos sent to Barnard while in Waterford, 1937.

35 4

Daily reports and memos sent to Barnard while in Waterford, 1937.

35 5

Personal correspondence, 1938.

35 6

Personal correspondence, 1937-1938.

35 7

Personal correspondence, 1938.

35 8

Christmas cards, 1936.

35 9

Christmas cards, 1936.

35 10

Christmas cards, 1936.

35 11

Miscellaneous clippings, undated.

35 12

Biographical material, 1899-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Biographies, clippings, magazine articles, photographs and tributes to Barnard and his work. Includes a section of the unpublished biography of Barnard by Dan Williams.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by subject.

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National Cyclopedia of America - Biography, 1916-1923.

36 1

Biographies, 1919-1930.

36 2

Biographies, 1916-1938.

36 3

Houghton-Mifflin Co., Boston, 1936-1937.

36 4

Biography of Barnard by Dan Williams. Correspondence, 1934-1939.

36 5

Typescript of section of Williams Biography, 1938.

36 6

Obituary - NY Times, April 25, 1938.

36 7

Press Notices - Europe, n.d.

36 8

Clippings. Lincoln bust, Rainbow Arch, et al., 1911-1939.

36 9

Clippings, 1911-1938.

36 10

Clippings from newspapers (photocopies), 1923-1938.

36 11

Clippings from newspapers (photocopies), 1923-1934.

36 12

The Art News, 1935.

36 13

Among the Deep Sea Fishers, p 161, 177, 1934.

36 14

The Cathedral Age, p. 15, 1939.

36 15

The Book News Monthly, p. 14, 1907.

36 16

The Touchstone, p. 54, 1917.

36 17

The Touchstone, p. 194, 1917.

36 18

The North American Review, p. 837, 1917.

36 19

The Congress Outlet, 1925.

36 20

Cue, p. 8, with correspondence, 1930, 1936.

36 21

The Farmer's Wife, p. 9, 1938.

36 22

Magazines - Correspondence re: articles, 1933-1938.

36 23

"The Early Career of George Grey Barnard," The Athenian, p. 3, 1899.

36 24

Photographs of Barnard and his work, undated.

37 1

Tribute letters to Barnard, 1916-1937.

37 2

Tributes to Barnard: Letters, poems, comments, etc., 1911-1938.

37 3

Tributes to Barnard: Letters, poems, comments, etc., 1904-1935.

37 4

Tributes to Barnard: Letters, poems, comments, etc., 1921-1937.

37 5

Poems, prayers, and other writings in tribute to Barnard, undated.

37 6

Poems, prayers, and other writings in tribute to Barnard, undated.

37 7

Poems, prayers, and other writings in tribute to Barnard, undated.

37 8

Letters in tribute, 1910-1937.

37 9

Letters in tribute, 1929-1931.

37 10

Letters in tribute, 1920-1934.

37 11

Letters in tribute, 1917-1936.

37 12

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Personal financial records, 1899-1941. 3.5 linear feet.

Banks, 1908-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and statements with banks, including: Banker's Trust Co., Chase National, Corn Exchange, Empire City Savings, Harriman National, Liberty National, Madison Safe Deposit Co., Bank of the Manhattan Co., John Munroe & Co., New York Trust Co., and the United States Trust Co., all with which Barnard transacted.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by bank, and then chronologically.

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Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 1. Statements and correspondence., 1925-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 1
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 1. Correspondence, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 2
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 2, 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 3
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 2. Statements (U. S. dollars), 1928-June 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 4
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 2. Statements (U. S. dollars), July 1929-1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 5
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 2. Statements (Francs), 1928-1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 6
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 3. Correspondence, 1928-1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 7
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 3. Correspondence, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 8
Bankers Trust Company, Paris. Folder 3. Correspondence, 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bankers Trust Company, Paris
38 9
Chase National Bank of the City of New York, 1938-1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
38 10
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 1, 1918, 1926-1927.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 11
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 2, 1928.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 12
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 2, 1929.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 13
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 3, 1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 14
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 3, 1931.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 15
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 4, 1932.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 16
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 5, 1933.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 17
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 6, 1934-1936.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
38 18
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 7, 1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
39 1
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Folder 7, 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
39 2
Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company. Safe deposit box, 1930-1937.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Corn Exchange Bank Trust Company
39 3
Empire City Savings Bank. Mortgage, 1934-1935.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Empire City Savings Bank
39 4
Empire City Savings Bank. Mortgage, 1936-1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Empire City Savings Bank
39 5
Empire City Savings Bank. Mortgage, 1939-1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Empire City Savings Bank
39 6
Empire City Savings Bank. Mortgage payment receipts, 1934-1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Empire City Savings Bank
39 7
Empire City Savings Bank. Early records, 1927-1930.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Empire City Savings Bank
39 8
Harriman National Bank, 1922-1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Harriman National Bank
39 9
Liberty National Bank. Statements, 1911-1918.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Liberty National Bank
39 10
Liberty National Bank. Correspondence, 1911-1917.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Liberty National Bank
39 11
Madison Safe Deposit and Trust Co., 1912-1913.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Madison Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
39 12
Bank of the Manhattan Company. Bourne estate, 1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bank of the Manhattan Company
39 13
Bank of the Manhattan Company. Bourne estate, 1921-1924.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • Bank of the Manhattan Company
39 14
John Munroe Co., 1908-1911.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 15
John Munroe Co., 1912-1913.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 16
John Munroe Co., 1914-1915.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 17
John Munroe Co., 1916-1919.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 18
John Munroe Co., 1919-1920.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 19
John Munroe Co., 1921-1926.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • John Munroe & Co. (Baltimore, Md.)
39 20
New York Trust Company, 1930-1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • New York Trust Company
39 21
United States Trust Company of New York, 1925.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • United States Trust Company of New York
39 22
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Check stubs, July-Nov. 1938.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
39 23
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Check stubs, Dec. 1938-Mar. 1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 1
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Check stubs, Mar.-July 1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 2
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Check stubs, Aug. 1939-Feb. 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 3
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Checks - Samples, 1938-1939.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 4
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Cancelled checks, Feb.-Mar. 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 5
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Cancelled checks, Apr.-May 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 6
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Cancelled checks, June-July 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 7
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Cancelled checks, Aug.-Sept. 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 8
Chase National Bank of the City of New York. Cancelled checks, Oct.-Nov. 1940.
Controlled Access Headings
Personal Name(s)
  • Chase National Bank of the City of New York
40 9
National City Bank of New York. Passbook. Pietro Ghiloni c/o Barnard, 1933-1934.
Controlled Access Headings
Corporate Name(s)
  • National City Bank of New York
40 10

Subjects, 1899-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Includes information on bonds, insurance, mortgages, taxes, etc.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by subject, and then chronologically where possible.

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Bonds, leases and receipts - Harrisburg Capitol work, 1899-1916.

41 1

Budget, 1936-1937.

41 2

Budget, 1933-1935.

41 3

Debts, 1935-1938.

41 4

Elevators, 1936-1937.

41 5

Elevators, 1936-1938.

41 6

Financial statements, 1916, 1935-1937.

41 7

Gas and electric, 1937-1938.

41 8

Health and workman's compensation, 1934-1935.

41 9

House supply, 1937-1938.

41 10

House upkeep, 1928-1937.

41 11

House upkeep, 1928-1937.

41 12

House upkeep, 1934-1936.

41 13

Insurance. Folder 1, 1916-1927.

41 14

Insurance. Folder 1, 1927.

41 15

Insurance. Folder 2, Jan.-Apr. 1928.

41 16

Insurance. Folder 2, May-Dec. 1928.

41 17

Insurance. Folder 3, 1929.

41 18

Insurance. Folder 4, 1930-1933.

41 19

Insurance - Estate, 1938-1941.

41 20

Insurance - European, 1907-1914.

41 21

Insurance - House, 1933-1938.

41 22

Insurance - Life. New York Life Co., 1911-1918.

41 23

Insurance - Life. New York Life Co., 1919-1924.

41 24

Insurance - Owens and Phillips, 1912-1916.

42 1

Insurance - Power house, 1937.

42 2

Insurance - Power house, 1934-1937.

42 3

Insurance - Power house, 1933-1936.

42 4

Insurance - Property, 1928-1937.

42 5

Insurance - Workman's compensation, 1933-1937.

42 6

Insurance - Workman's compensation, 1938-1939.

42 7

Insurance - Policies, 1902-1934.

42 8

Insurance - Miscellaneous, 1925-1934.

42 9

Loan for Fort Washington Property, 1923-1925.

42 10

Mortgages, 1933-1939.

42 11

Mortgage and loan. Folder 1, 1927-1932.

42 12

Mortgage and loan. Folder 1, 1931-1935.

42 13

Mortgage and loan. Folder 2, 1927-1928.

42 14

Mortgage and loan. Folder 2, 1929-1930.

42 15

Mortgage and loan. Folder 2, 1929-1931.

42 16

New York Telephone Co., 1925-1932.

42 17

Notebook., 1907-1912.

42 18

Receipts - Art purchases, 1926-1927.

42 19

Receipts - France, 1906-1910.

42 20

Receipts - France, 1906-1911.

42 21

Ralph Rounds (and Co.), Attorney, 1923-1924.

42 22

Ralph Rounds (and Co.), Attorney, 1924-1925.

42 23

Ralph Rounds (and Co.), Attorney, 1925-1929.

42 24

Social Security, 1937-1939.

42 25

Social Security, 1936-1937.

43 1

Social Security receipts to employees, 1937.

43 2

Taxes, 1927-1929.

43 3

Taxes, 1929-1934.

43 4

Taxes - Property, 1928-1938.

43 5

Taxes - Income, 1937-1939.

43 6

Taxes - Income, 1934-1936.

43 7

Taxes - Income, 1925-1933.

43 8

Taxes - Income, 1923-1924.

43 9

Taxes - Income, 1931-1934.

43 10

Taxes - Income, 1924-1930.

43 11

Personal income tax record, 1929.

43 12

Taxes - Water., 1930-1937.

43 13

Taxes and assessments - New York City, 1913-1937.

43 14

Taxes and assessments - New York City, 1914-1925.

43 15

Vouchers and disbursements, Harrisburg Capitol Work, 1907-1912.

43 16

Real estate, 1903-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes general files of correspondence regarding Barnard's properties, and files with various realtors with which Barnard transacted.

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Real estate prior to 1922, 1913-1917.

44 1

Property plans, 1930, 1938.

44 2

Overlook terrace, 1912-1936.

44 3

Real estate. Folder 1, 1927-1929.

44 4

Real estate. Folder 1, 1927-1928.

44 5

Real estate. Folder 1, 1911-1926.

44 6

Real estate. Folder 2, 1930.

44 7

Real estate. Folder 2, 1930.

44 8

Real estate. Folder 3, 1928-1931.

44 9

Real estate. Folder 3, 1932-1938.

44 10

Brick studio rent - Lease, 1919-1926.

44 11

Brick studio rent - Lease, 1919-1925.

44 12

Coudert Brothers. Folder 1, 1917-1918.

44 13

Coudert Brothers. Folder 1, 1913-1917.

44 14

Coudert Brothers. Folder 2, 1919-1920.

44 15

Coudert Brothers. Folder 2, 1920-1923.

44 16

De Selding Brothers, 1903-1912.

44 17

De Selding Brothers, 1912-1937.

44 18

Fellman, E., 1931-1937.

44 19

Nolan, Blanche M. - Brick studio, 1902-1926.

44 20

Title Guarantee and Trust Co., 1913-1914.

44 21

White, Wm. A., 1926-1930.

44 22

White, Wm. A., 1925-1926.

44 23

White, Wm. A., 1917-1923.

44 24

Deed - Cloisters, 1931-1937.

44 25

Estate affairs, 1928-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes wills of Barnard, financial records and Estate correspondence, mostly of Monroe Barnard, the principle co-executor, and Richard Steel, the attorney for the estate. Includes correspondence of the Estate regarding sale of Barnard's Abbaye and the exhibition of the sculpture collection.

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Wills and estate affairs, 1928-1931.

45 1

Estate affairs, 1937-1939.

45 2

Steel, Richard, Attorney for Estate, 1938-1940.

45 3

Monroe Barnard, correspondence w/ Aydelotte, Frank, (Co-executor), 1938.

45 4

Monroe Barnard, estate correspondence, 1937-1942.

45 5

Monroe Barnard, estate correspondence, 1938-1940.

45 6

Financial records and receipts, 1938-1939.

45 7

Financial records and receipts, 1938-1939.

45 8

Financial records and receipts, 1938-1939.

45 9

Financial records and receipts, 1938-1939.

45 10

Financial records and receipts, 1938-1939.

45 11

Sale of property at 700 Fort Washington Ave - Prospects, 1938-1940.

45 12

Estate affairs, 1938-1940.

45 13

Estate affairs, 1940-1941.

45 14

Sale of Abbaye - Prospects, 1938-1940.

45 15

Sale of Abbaye - Correspondence w/ prospects, et al., 1939-1940.

45 16

Collection to Washington D.C. Cathedral, 1936-1939.

45 17

Washington Cathedral - Sale of Abbaye to, 1938-1939.

45 18

Washington Cathedral - Sale of Abbaye to, 1939-1940.

45 19

Washington Cathedral - Sale of Abbaye to, 1939.

45 20

Washington Cathedral - Sale of Abbaye to, 1939-1940.

45 21

The Abbaye - Sale of to Boston, 1939-1941.

45 22

Strong, Harold. Folder - Sale of Abbaye, 1938-1940.

45 23

Strong, Harold. Folder - Sale of Abbaye, 1938-1940.

46 1

Press Clippings, 1940.

46 2

Lincoln Tunnel and Memorial Committee, 1938.

46 3

Monroe Barnard Correspondence, 1938-1940.

46 4

Monroe Barnard Correspondence, 1938-1940.

46 5

Harrisburg Cemetery Association, 1938-1940.

46 6

Lawida Corporation - Cloister Studio, 1937-1938.

46 7

Sale of Sculpture (Small), 1938.

46 8

Monroe Barnard and estate affairs, 1940.

46 9

Secretary's notebook, 1938.

46 10

Lincoln Head, 1938-1939.

46 11

Use of studio as an art center, 1939-1940.

46 12

Washington Heights Chamber of Commerce, 1938-1939.

46 13

Connaire and Ireland Correspondence, 1934-1940.

46 14

Invitation and responses to see sculpture collection, 1939.

46 15

Responses to see sculpture collection, 1939.

46 16

Responses to see sculpture collection, 1939.

46 17

Responses to see sculpture collection, 1939.

46 18

Newspaper clippings, 1940.

46 19

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Barnard family, 1894-1941. 1 linear foot.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence of Barnard and members of his family. Includes letters, clippings, and estate affairs of Rev. Joseph H. Barnard, George Grey's father, of whose estate George was executor. Correspondence of Evan Barnard and Mae Hargan, brother and sister of George, Edna Monroe Barnard, George's wife, and Barbara and Vivia, daughters of George. Includes many papers of Monroe Grey Barnard, George's son.

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Notes of Joseph Barnard, undated.

47 1

Letters of Joseph H. Barnard, 1911-1926.

47 2

Newsclippings of J.H. Barnard's death, Apr. 1926.

47 3

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 1, 1927-1928.

47 4

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 1, 1917-1937.

47 5

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 2, 1927-1938.

47 6

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 2, 1926-1927.

47 7

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 2, 1926-1928.

47 8

Madison, Indiana, J.H. Barnard estate affairs. Folder 2, 1926-1938.

47 9

Evan Barnard. Folder 1, 1919-1924.

47 10

Evan Barnard. Folder 1, 1925-1934.

47 11

Evan Barnard. Folder 2, 1935.

47 12

Evan Barnard. Folder 2, 1935.

47 13

Evan Barnard. Folder 3, 1936.

47 14

Evan Barnard. Folder 3, 1936.

47 15

Evan Barnard. Folder 4, 1937.

47 16

Evan Barnard. Folder 4, 1937.

47 17

Evan Barnard. Folder 4, 1937.

47 18

Evan Barnard. Folder 5, 1938.

47 19

Oklahoma, correspondence re Evan Barnard's book, 1914-1938.

47 20

Evan Barnard - Clippings and photographs, 1926-1936.

48 1

Hargan, Mae (sister of Barnard), 1935-1938.

48 2

Hargan, Mae (sister of Barnard), 1935-1938.

48 3

Edna Monroe - Clippings, 1908.

48 4

Bigelow, Mason - Lawyer for Mrs. Barnard, 1928-1938.

48 5

Bigelow, Mason - Lawyer for Mrs. Barnard, 1926-1927.

48 6

Edna Barnard - Taxes, 1927-1934.

48 7

Edna Barnard - Taxes, 1935-1939.

48 8

Mrs. Barnard - Receipts, 1926-1927.

48 9

Mrs. Barnard - Receipts, 1927-1931.

48 10

Mrs. Barnard - Receipts, 1931-1933.

48 11

Mrs. Barnard - Letters to Barnard, 1910-1931.

48 12

Mrs. Barnard - Letters to Barnard, 1930-1938.

48 13

Mrs. Barnard - Letters to Barnard, 1937.

48 14

Mrs. Barnard - Personal correspondence, 1927-1938.

48 15

Mrs. Barnard - Personal correspondence, 1931-1933.

48 16

Mrs. Barnard - Pressed flowers, 1894.

49 1

Mrs. Barbara Barnard MacGregor (daughter of Barnard), 1930-1938.

49 2

Vivia Barnard (daughter of Barnard), 1926-1928.

49 3

Vivia Monroe, 1909.

49 4

Relatives, 1938.

49 5

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1934-1937.

49 6

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1934.

49 7

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1934-1935.

49 8

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1932-1936.

49 9

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1936-1940.

49 10

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1938.

49 11

Monroe Barnard - Correspondence, 1939-1940.

49 12

Monroe Barnard - Business records, 1928-1940.

49 13

Monroe Barnard - Business records, 1938-1941.

49 14

Monroe Barnard - Business records, 1916-1938.

49 15

Monroe Barnard - Automobile, 1939-1940.

49 16

Monroe Barnard - "New Theory of Radiation." Ts, 1938-1941.

49 17

Monroe Barnard - "New Theory of Radiation." Ts, 1939-1940.

49 18

Lectures of Monroe Barnard, 1940-1941.

49 19

Monroe Barnard - Laboratory, undated.

49 20

Monroe Barnard - Photographic folders, flyers, undated.

49 21

Monroe Barnard - Photographic folders, flyers, undated.

49 22

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Special format.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of oversized items and materials other than paper documentation.

Architectural drawings.

Scope and Content Note

The drawings consist of six blueprints of Baranrd's studio prepared by Duncan Candler in 1928.

Miscellany, 1861-1889, 1916-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Various genres comprise this subseries of items belonging primarily to Barnard, as well as to his father and son. Barnard's secretary apparently kept the daily journals, recording phone calls, appointments and various transactions. Some notes and pieces of correspondence are inserted between the bound pages. Many of the entries pertain to Barnard's dealings in Medieval artifiacts as well as to his attempts to resolve financial matters. Some of the entries are in his hand and appear to be his way of communicating with his various secretaries. Also included here is a box of postcards. Although several of the postcards contain correspondence, most are blank and appear to have been kept as reference of the French or Italian architecture or artwork depicted. Two of the postcards that depict the 1910 flood of Moret are also printed with the notation that Barnard's studio was located on that particular street. In addition to the unidentified lock of hair and small colorful feather contained in the leather billfold, several pieces of personal correspondence written by a few family members were also folded and stored in it at one time. These items are now housed in individual folders.

Items belonging to Rev. John H. Barnard include a bank book and two small notebooks in which he recorded an 1887 ocean voyage from New York to Liverpool and a trip to Europe in 1889. Another journal appears to contain notes for sermons, with scripture quotations and other observations. The elder Barnard's name is also embossed on the volume published for the dedication ceremonies of his son's sculptural commission for the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania state capitol building. The notation made in the pocket-sized volume of the New Testament appears to be in the minister's hand and to read, "Christmas 1901 from father."

There are also two sets of cancelled checks that someone meticulously glued back to the corresponding check stubs. One set of checks was signed by Barnard, and his son Monroe signed the other. A full-page, tabloid-size clipping pertaining to Barnard's Rainbow Arch, and a 1938 clipping with an aerial view of the Metropolitan's Cloisters are also included.

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Bank book of Rev. John H. Barnard. Incl. cancelled checks of George Grey Barnard, 1917-1926.

50 1

Billfold, leather, undated.

50 2

Billfold content. Carte-de-visite of Gov. Andrew Gregg Curtin, 1861.

50 3

Billfold content. Correspondence. Barnard, Edna (Monroe) to Barnard, George G, undated.

50 4

Billfold content. Correspondence. Barnard, Evan to Barnard, Rev. Joseph H, 1862.

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Billfold content. Correspondence. Barnard, George Grey [to Barnard, Edna (Monroe)?], undated.

50 6

Billfold content. Correspondence. Barnard, Monroe to Barnard, George Grey, undated.

50 7

Billfold content. Correspondence (cable). [Unidentified] "Governor" to Barnard, George Grey, undated.

50 8

Billfold content. Currency[?]. "Old fashioned French money", undated.

50 9

Billfold content. Lock of hair and small bird feather, undated.

50 10

Cancelled checks, nos. 1-102, of George Grey Barnard, 1937.

50 11

Cancelled checks, nos. 103-198, of George Grey Barnard, 1937.

50 12

Cancelled checks of Monroe Barnard, 1938.

50 13

Clipping re Cloisters (Museum), 1938.

50 14

Clipping re "Rainbow Arch", 1933.

54 8

Daily journal, 1916.

52 1

Daily journal, 1917, 1919-1920.

52 2

Daily journal, 1920.

52 3

Daily journal, 1921.

52 4

Daily journal, 1923.

52 5

Daily journal, 1926.

53 1

Daily journal, 1927.

53 2

Daily journal, May-June, Oct.-Dec. 1928.

53 3

Daily journal, 1928.

53 4

Journal of Rev. John H. Barnard [or sermon notes?], undated.

50 15

Pocket-sized New Testament, w/ 1901 inscription.

50 16

Postcard box [contents in following folders].

50 17

Postcards. [Author unidentified/illegible] to Barnard, George Grey, undated.

50 18

Postcards. Barnard, George Grey and Edna (Monroe) to Barnard, Vivia, undated.

50 19

Postcards w/ notations on verso, undated.

50 20

Postcards of 1910 flood of Moret, undated.

50 21

Postcards. Various subjects, undated.

50 22

Publication. Dedication ceremonies of the Barnard statues: State Capitol Building Harrisburg, Penna., Oct. 4, 1911, 1912.

51 1

Travel journals of Rev. John H. Barnard, 1887, 1889.

51 2

Objects.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries consists of three items, two depicting sculptural works by Barnard. A glass-enclosed negative depicts Barnard's bas relief entitled "Sermon on the Mount." Engraved on a copper plate is his full-length portrait of Abraham Lincoln that stands in Lytle Park in Cincinnati, Ohio. Also included here is a copper plate etched with a decorative zodiac pattern.

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Copper etched plate of decorative zodiac design, undated.

51 3

Copper engraved plate of "Abraham Lincoln" sculpture by George Grey Barnard, undated.

51 4

Glass-enclosed negative of "Sermon on the Mount," bas relief by George Grey Barnard, undated.

51 5

Photographs.

Scope and Content Note

Many of the photographs pertain to Medieval sculpture and architectural elements and therefore were probably compiled by Barnard as reference in his collecting and dealing in such pieces. There are also a significant number of photographs of jackhammers, many of which depict men operating the equipment underground or on rugged outdoor terrain. An autographed full-length portrait of the dancer Isadora Duncan is also included with the inscription, "To the Idealist from the Epicurean."

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Architectural elements. Medieval. Incl. postcards, undated.

51 6

"Cloister grounds." Views from [Barnard's?] studio roof, undated.

51 7

Duncan, Isadora, 1877-1927. Autogrpahed portrait. Oversized, undated.

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Jackhammers. Incl. diagram and illustration, 1923, undated.

51 8

Jackhammers in use. [1:3], undated.

51 9

Jackhammers in use. [2:3], undated.

51 10

Jackhammers in use. [3:3], undated.

51 11

Painting. Portrait of Albert Einstein. Unidentified artist. Oversized, undated.

54 2

St. Michel-de-Cuxa. Exterior and interior views. Incl. Postcards and photo of Barnard w/ [Clare?] Sheridan, undated.

51 12

Sculpture. Medieval. Incl. Bas reliefs and decorative element, undated.

51 13

Sculpture. Medieval. Incl. outdoor bas relief, undated.

51 14

Sculpture. Medieval and interior of Barnard's "Cloister" museum during remodeling, undated.

51 15

Sculpture and architectural details, undated.

51 16

Sculpture. Various periods. Incl. Print of Laocoon group. Some oversized, undated.

54 4

Sculpture. "The Hewer" by George Grey Barnard. Oversized print, undated.

54 3

Scrapbook, 1914-1922.

Scope and Content Note

Comprised of clippings and correspondence, this scrapbook documents the positive publicity and praise for the "Cloisters," Barnard's personal museum of French Gothic art and architectural elements that he exhibited in a building he constructed on the northern reaches of New York City's Washington Heights area at Fort Washington Avenue and 181st Street. Several of the later clippings pertain to the sale of land adjacent to his museum, which dashed Barnard's vision to turn the area into an art acropolis, and to the possibility of his need to sell off his Medieval collection. That sale did occur three years after the completion of this scrapbook, with John D. Rockefeller as the major buyer on behalf of the Metrolpolitan Museum of Art. Rockefeller also later financed the construction of what is still known today as the Cloisters to house his 600-piece purchase.

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Barnard's Cloisters. Clippings and correspondence. [1:3], 1914-1922, undated.

54 5

Barnard's Cloisters. Clippings and correspondence. [2:3], 1921-1922, undated.

54 6

Barnard's Cloisters. Clippings and correspondence. [3:3], 1920-1922, undated.

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