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Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives [Contact Us]
1875-1975
Creator:
Kimball, Fiske, 1888-1955, cre
Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre
Extent: 9 linear feet
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Financial Records
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Kimball, Fiske, 1888-1955, cre Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre
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9 linear feet
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1875-1975
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Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives [Contact Us]
1929-1946
Creator:
Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre
Extent: 7 linear feet
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Henri Gabriel Marceau Curatorial Records
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Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre
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1929-1946
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Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives [Contact Us]
1917-2007, undated (bulk 1927-1992)
Creator:
Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre
Sweeny, Barbara Eleanor, cre
Rishel, Joseph J., cre
Strehlke, Carl Brandon, cre
Nichols, Lawrence W., cre
Konefal, Irene, cre
Lippincott, Louise, 1953-, cre
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis), 1891-1973, cre
Extent: 56.25 linear feet
The Johnson Collection Curatorial Records represent two "generations" of curatorial oversight of the art collection acquired by John Graver Johnson (19841-1917), one of Philadelphia's most prominent corporate lawyers. While the collection of more than 1,600 European paintings, sculpture and textiles is owned by the City of Philadelphia through Johnson's bequest, it is administered by and housed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as is Johnson's extensive art library. In these curatorial records, the earlier files reflect the administrative and curatorial activities of Henri Marceau and Barbara Sweeny, roughly documenting their combined years of service, 1926-1972. Joseph J. Rishel succeeded Sweeny as Johnson Collection curator in November of 1972. His tenure, which continues to this day, comprises the second curatorial term, from 1973 to 1992. A small amount of papers created later are included separately. The second generation of records also reflects the work of assistant and associate curators of the Johnson Collection. Documentation consists primarily of correspondence, object photographs, writings, research, legal documents and papers pertaining to collection management and personnel. (View full finding aid.)
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Johnson Collection Curatorial Records
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Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1896-1969, cre Sweeny, Barbara Eleanor, cre Rishel, Joseph J., cre Strehlke, Carl Brandon, cre Nichols, Lawrence W., cre Konefal, Irene, cre Lippincott, Louise, 1953-, cre Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis), 1891-1973, cre
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JCC
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56.25 linear feet
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1917-2007, undated (bulk 1927-1992)
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The Johnson Collection Curatorial Records represent two "generations" of curatorial oversight of the art collection acquired by John Graver Johnson (19841-1917), one of Philadelphia's most prominent corporate lawyers. While the collection of more than 1,600 European paintings, sculpture and textiles is owned by the City of Philadelphia through Johnson's bequest, it is administered by and housed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as is Johnson's extensive art library. In these curatorial records, the earlier files reflect the administrative and curatorial activities of Henri Marceau and Barbara Sweeny, roughly documenting their combined years of service, 1926-1972. Joseph J. Rishel succeeded Sweeny as Johnson Collection curator in November of 1972. His tenure, which continues to this day, comprises the second curatorial term, from 1973 to 1992. A small amount of papers created later are included separately. The second generation of records also reflects the work of assistant and associate curators of the Johnson Collection. Documentation consists primarily of correspondence, object photographs, writings, research, legal documents and papers pertaining to collection management and personnel.
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