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Henri Gabriel Marceau Director records

MAR

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Summary Information

Repository:
Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives
Creator:
Marceau, Henri, 1896-1969
Title:
Henri Gabriel Marceau Director records
Date [bulk]:
1955-1964
Date [inclusive]:
1933-1980
Call Number:
MAR
Extent:
53.2 Linear feet (135 document boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Henri Gabriel Marceau was an internationally known scholar, art historian, and architect, and served as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 1955 to 1964. R. Sturgess Ingersoll, President of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, made the following comments upon Marceau?s retirement from the post of Director: ?Mr. Marceau has been a tower of strength through the period of the development of the Philadelphia Museum of Art?His authoritative publications on Thomas Eakins, Cezanne, William Rush, Benjamin West, Flemish paintings and Corot represent an amazing range of scholarship. He has always been particularly interested in sculpture, and the three international exhibitions of sculpture, - held in 1933, 1940 and 1949 in the courtyard of the Museum, - did much to bring about the present refreshing interest in sculptors and sculpture. He has probably had closer relations with contemporary artists than any twentieth century museum director? (Box 103, folder 4). The Henri Gabriel Marceau Director records contain the records of the Director?s office during Henri Gabriel Marceau?s term as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Marceau Director records date from 1933 to 1980, the bulk of which span the years 1955 to 1964, and they represent both major developments and events at the Museum, as well as daily administrative activities during that period. Many significant capital improvements took place during Marceau?s directorship, including the construction of the Van Pelt Auditorium and the renovation of the Great Stair Hall, an increase in programs and events sponsored by the Museum, including an expanded Division of Education and an ambitious Tours program. This was also a period when the Museum?s collections were enriched by the addition of a number of significant private collections. These records reflect this period of steady growth and focused development, while also containing evidence of the smaller decisions and actions that supported the Museum?s daily functions.
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Biography/History

Henri Gabriel Marceau was an internationally known scholar, art historian, and architect, and served as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 1955 to 1964. R. Sturgess Ingersoll, President of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, made the following comments upon Marceau?s retirement from the post of Director: ?Mr. Marceau has been a tower of strength through the period of the development of the Philadelphia Museum of Art?His authoritative publications on Thomas Eakins, Cezanne, William Rush, Benjamin West, Flemish paintings and Corot represent an amazing range of scholarship. He has always been particularly interested in sculpture, and the three international exhibitions of sculpture, - held in 1933, 1940 and 1949 in the courtyard of the Museum, - did much to bring about the present refreshing interest in sculptors and sculpture. He has probably had closer relations with contemporary artists than any twentieth century museum director? (Box 103, folder 4).

Marceau was born in Richmond, Virginia on June 21, 1896. He attended St. Ann?s Academy for both his primary and secondary education, graduating in June 1914. The following September he entered the Columbia University School of Architecture and received a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1921. His studies at Columbia were interrupted by World War I, when Marceau enlisted in the artillery. He served as a cadet and, subsequently, as a commissioned officer at Camp Zachary Taylor, near Louisville, Kentucky.

While a student, Marceau worked at the Avery Architectural Library at Columbia University, as well as being appointed to the position of assistant instructor in architecture during his senior year. He spent several summers, and a short period after graduation, at the architectural firm of Boring and Tilton in New York City. In summer of 1921 he traveled to Verdun, France, where he was in charge of the American Students Reconstruction Association, tasked with rebuilding communal buildings in the front line areas. In 1922 he was awarded the Fellowship in Architecture of the American Academy in Rome, which provided for three years of study in Italy. Upon his return to the United States, Henri Marceau married Rebecca Alvord; in 1930 they had a daughter, Elizabeth.

In 1926, Marceau accepted a position as Assistant Professor of architectural design at the School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, a position he held until 1929. Additionally, in 1926 he was appointed assistant curator of the John G. Johnson Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He left the School of Fine Arts in 1929 to become the Curator of Fine Arts at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In 1933 his title became Curator of Paintings and in 1937 the title changed to Chief, Department of Paintings and Sculpture. At that time Marceau also became Associate Director of the Museum, where he worked closely with Fiske Kimball, handling the Director?s work while Kimball took extended trips away from the Museum. When Kimball retired in 1955, Marceau became the Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He retired as Director in 1964; throughout his various appointments and up until his death in 1969, he maintained his role as Curator of the John G. Johnson Collection and remained involved with the Museum?s Department of Conservation and Restoration as well.

During Marceau?s tenure as Director, the Museum underwent many physical improvements, and collections and programs grew significantly. In the spring of 1955 the Department of Conservation and Restoration was expanded and the formal position of Conservator was established. Theodor Siegl was hired as the Department?s first Conservator. During this time the Japanese Tea House opened, the Charles Patterson Van Pelt Auditorium was constructed, the Great Stair Hall was renovated, and the Constantine tapestries, purchased through the Samuel Kress Foundation, were installed. A new facility was built for the Costume and Textile Library and the Hall of Armor was installed for the Kienbush collection. The Grace Kelly wedding dress was acquired in 1956, with much fanfare, and by the end of the 1950s all of the works previously located at Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park were transferred to the Museum. In addition, several exceptional collections came to the Museum: The Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S. Tyson, Jr. Collection and the Louis Stern Collection were both acquired in 1963. Soon after, in 1964, the Museum acquired the Meyer P. and Vivian O. Potamkin Collection.

Along with his career at the Museum, Marceau was also a member of the Philadelphia Art Commission, a member and curator of the American Philosophical Society, vice-president of the Fairmount Park Art Association, and, for over twenty years, he acted as Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, Maryland. Marceau was also made a Chevalier of the Belgian Order of the Crown and a Chevalier of the French National Order of the Legion of Honor.

Dr. Evan H. Turner, who succeeded Marceau as the Museum?s Director, said ?it is impossible to over-estimate the distinguished contribution which Mr. Marceau made to the Museum throughout his devoted years.?

Bibliography

The Henri Gabriel Marceau Director records, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

Marceau obituary. Bulletin of the American Group. International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 1960-1972 (Vols. 1-12)

Scope and Contents

The Henri Gabriel Marceau Director records contain the records of the Director?s office during Henri Gabriel Marceau?s term as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Additional records pertaining to Henri Marceau?s curatorial work at the Museum may be found in the Henri Gabriel Marceau Curatorial records and in the Johnson Collection Curatorial records. Additional resources about his conservation work at the Museum will be found in the Conservation and Technical Research Collection. The Marceau Director records date from 1933 to 1980, the bulk of which span the years 1955 to 1964, and they represent both major developments and events at the Museum, as well as daily administrative activities during that period. Many significant capital improvements took place during Marceau?s directorship, including the construction of the Van Pelt Auditorium and the renovation of the Great Stair Hall, an increase in programs and events sponsored by the Museum, including an expanded Division of Education and an ambitious Tours program. This was also a period when the Museum?s collections were enriched by the addition of a number of significant private collections. These records reflect this period of steady growth and focused development, while also containing evidence of the smaller decisions and actions that supported the Museum?s daily functions.

The collection is arranged into two series: ?I. Correspondence? and ?II. Object files.?

Series ?I. Correspondence? dates from 1947 to 1966 and is arranged chronologically by fiscal year, with each year?s folders organized alphabetically. There are files for alphabetic sequences, such as ?An?Ar?, as well as individual files for specific entities, such as ?Annenberg, Walter? or ?Art Directors Club of Philadelphia.? General alphabetic files may also contain materials that are pertinent to records represented by specific folder names; as such, both should be explored. The general alphabetic folders often contain brief correspondences about authentication or acquisition of works, or letters of inquiry or complaint. More specifically titled folders often contain a sustained correspondence, a recurring commitment (such as professional memberships), or records related to an ongoing project.

The bulk of materials relating to the Museum?s administrative functions are filed under ?Philadelphia Museum of Art.? For example: ?Philadelphia Museum of Art: Admissions? or ?Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual Report, Report of the Director.? Exhibitions and curatorial correspondence are not usually found in this format, but instead are filed under the specific exhibition, department or staff name that is appropriate. Both situations should be explored, as occasionally files exist in both places, such as ?Philadelphia Museum of Art: Zeiget, Julius (Secretary and Treasurer)? and independently as ?Zeiget, Julius.? Curator?s files, such as ?Kramrisch, Stella? may contain wide ranging general correspondence, correspondence relating to a specific exhibition, or a mixture of both.

Folders containing records from other museums are generally arranged as a subset of ?Museums,? with exceptions--it is best to check both the ?Museums? section as well as the pertinent alphabetical run for a specific institution. This is true for university records as well: they may be found as a subset of ?Universities? or they may sometimes be found filed by the institution?s name.

In general, series ? I. Correspondence? contains relatively few letters written by Henri Marceau. Instead, it tracks the overall operation of the museum through the records produced by many different individuals and departments.

Series ?II. Object files? dates from 1933 to 1980, and is considerably smaller than ?I. Correspondence;? however, it contains rich information about items from the collection, including possible acquisitions, gifts, bequests, loans, and repairs. These files include correspondence, press clippings, exhibition lists, loan acknowledgements, research materials and publications relating to specific works of art or sometimes to entire collections. Several files contain blueprints or design documents, and photographs are found throughout. Many of these files contain the correspondence of Marceau, as well as other Museum employees, and there are some letters of Evan H. Turner (Marceau?s successor as the Museum?s Director). The object files are organized alphabetically: variably by artist?s name (?Eakins, Thomas?), by object name (?Barberini tapestry?) or sometimes by donor name (?Stern, Louis E. Collection?).

While all of the object files may contain content relevant to specific research interests, several contain particularly notable records. This includes correspondence between David DuBon, Henry McIlhenny, and the Vicomte de Noailles, correspondence concerning the Barberini tapestry, research and press clippings for the Constantine tapestries, as well as the files documenting the C. ?Otto? von Kienbusch armor collection and the Louis E. Stern Collection. The Kienbusch records include correspondence, a copy of Mr. Kienbusch?s will, blueprints and specifications for the gallery; spanning 1955 to 1964, these records tell a complete story from initial contact through the formal gift and the design and construction of the gallery to house the collection. The Stern files represent a particularly thorough documentation of the Stern Collection, including photographic documentation of the artwork as it was installed in Stern?s apartment, and correspondence from 1961 that outlines the delicate early negotiations between Stern and the Museum President, R. Sturgess Ingersoll, with John Canaday (Art editor, New York Times) acting as an intermediary. Along with the other files, this provides a comprehensive documentation of the acquisition of that collection.

Researchers interested in the architecture of the museum, or the installation of architectural elements such as the Japanese Teahouse, will find this group of records very interesting, since many physical changes were made to the Museum and its galleries during this period. The files concerning the acquisition of private collections provide a wealth of information on donor relations and on collecting in the mid-twentieth century.

Arrangement note

There are many idiosyncrasies in this legacy filing system. These records have been processed in several stages and some overlap exists between the two series: information about objects may also be found in Series ?I. Correspondence.? In both series, records regarding works of art or collections may be found filed in a number of different ways: by the donor?s name, or by the name of the artist, object or collection. For example, records relating to tapestries acquired in 1959 may be filed as the ?Constantine tapestries,? the ?Kress-Barberini tapestries,? the ?Barberini tapestries? or under the donor?s name as either ?Kress, Samuel H. Foundation? or ?Samuel H. Kress Foundation.? Researchers are advised to perform a keyword search when looking for specific names or topics.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives,  2014 January

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Carey Hedlund and Alina Josan

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Fiske Kimball Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives. Johnson Collection Curatorial Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives. Henri Gabriel Marceau Curatorial Records. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
Subject(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Correspondence, 1947-1966.

Box Folder

Aa-Ak, 1955.

1 1

Al-Am, 1955.

1 2

American: A-Z, 1955.

1 3

American Association of Museums, 1955.

1 4

American Bar Association, 1955 August 24.

1 5

American Federation of the Arts, 1955-1956.

1 6

An-Ar, 1955.

1 7

Annenberg, Walter, 1955.

1 8

Annual Report and Annual Meeting, 1955.

1 9

Annual Report of the President, 1955.

1 10

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1955.

1 11

Art News, 1955.

1 12

Artists Equity Association, 1955.

1 13

As-Az, 1955.

1 14

Association of Museum Directors, 1955-1956.

1 15

Baa-Baq, 1955.

1 16

Bar, 1955.

1 17

Bas-Bd, 1955.

1 18

Be-Bh, 1955.

1 19

Bi-Bk, 1955.

1 20

Bl-Bn, 1955.

1 21

Bo-Bq, 1955.

1 22

Bra-Brd, 1955.

2 1

Bre-Brn, 1955.

2 2

Bro-Bt, 1955.

2 3

Bu-Az, 1955.

2 4

Van Buren Company, 1954-1955.

2 5

Caa-Caq, 1955.

2 6

Canaday, John, 1955.

2 7

Car-Cd, 1955.

2 8

Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, 1955.

2 9

Carlhian, 1955.

2 10

Caspary Collection, 1955.

2 11

Catherwood Foundation, 1955.

2 12

Ce-Ch, 1966.

2 13

Chanticleer Press, Incorporated (Milton Rugoff), 1955.

2 14

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1955.

2 15

Chinese Temple (Eastern Art reception), 1955 November 21.

2 16

Ci-Cn, 1955.

2 17

Clifford, Henry, 1955.

2 18

Coa-Col, 1955.

2 19

Com-Coo, 1955.

2 20

Commissioners of Fairmount Park, 1955.

2 21

Construction, 1955.

3 1

Cop-Coq, 1955.

3 2

Corporate Giving for Educational Purposes, 1955.

3 3

Cr-Ct, 1955.

3 4

Cu-Cz, 1955.

3 5

Da-Db, 1955.

3 6

De-Dh, 1955.

3 7

Di-Dom, 1955.

3 8

Don-Dt, 1955.

3 9

Du-Dz, 1955.

3 10

Ea-Ek, 1955.

3 11

El-Eq, 1955.

3 12

Employment: Curatorial and other, 1955.

3 13

Er-Ez, 1955.

3 14

Events by outside organizations, 1955.

3 15

Fa-Fh, 1955.

3 16

Fairmount Park Association, 1955.

3 17

Fairmount Park houses, 1955.

3 18

Fashion Group, 1955.

3 19

Fi-Fn, 1955.

4 1

Fo-Ft, 1955.

4 2

Foerderer gift, 1955.

4 3

Ford grants to colleges, 1955.

4 4

Freer Gallery of Art, 1955.

4 5

French and Company, Incorporated, 1955.

4 6

Fu-Fz, 1955.

4 7

Ga-Gd, 1955.

4 8

Gagnat painting, 1955.

4 9

Ge-Gh, 1955.

4 10

Gi-Gn, 1955.

4 11

Gifts in kind, 1955.

4 12

Go-Gt, 1955.

4 13

Gu-Gz, 1955.

4 14

Haa-Ham, 1955.

4 15

Han-Har, 1955.

4 16

Has-Hd, 1955.

4 17

Hea-Hem, 1955.

4 18

Heating plant, 1955.

4 19

Hea-Hh, 1955.

4 20

Hi-Hn, 1955.

4 21

Hoa-Hom, 1955.

4 22

Hon-Ht, 1955.

4 23

Hu-Hz, 1955.

4 24

I, 1955.

4 25

Indonesia, Republic of: Special dinner for Presiden Sukarno at Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1956 May 23.

5 1

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1955.

5 2

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1955 January-1955 June.

5 3

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1955 July-1955 December.

5 4

Installation schedule, 1955.

5 5

Itineraries, 1955.

5 6

Ja-Jn, 1955.

5 7

Japanese Tea House and Temple, 1955.

5 8

Japanese Tea House (Jiro Harada), 1955.

5 9

Japanese Temple, 1955.

5 10

Jayne, Horace H. F., 1955.

5 11

Jeffords, Walter, 1955.

5 12

Jenks, Morton, 1955.

5 13

Jo-Jz, 1955.

5 14

Judith tapestries, 1955.

5 15

Ka-Kd, 1955.

5 16

Ke-Kh, 1955.

5 17

Ki-Kk, 1955.

5 18

Kimball, Fiske, 1955.

5 19

Kimball, Fiske, 1955.

5 20

Kimball, Fiske: Letters from Heydenreich and others, 1955-1956.

5 21

Kimball, Fiske: Proposed trip, 1955.

5 22

Kl-Kt, 1955.

5 23

Knoedler and Company, 1955.

5 24

Kramrisch, Dr. Stella collection, 1955.

6 1

Ku-Kz, 1955.

6 2

Laa-Laq, 1955.

6 3

Lar-Ld, 1955.

6 4

Lea-Lem, 1955.

6 5

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1955.

6 6

Lemon Hill: Correspondence from the Van Buren Company, 1955.

6 7

Len-Lh, 1955.

6 8

Lewis, John F., 1955.

6 9

Li-Ln, 1955.

6 10

Lo-Lz, 1955.

6 11

Loo, C. T., 1955.

6 12

Maa-Mao, 1955.

6 13

Map-Mb, 1955.

6 14

Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1955.

6 15

McA-McC, 1955.

6 16

McD-McG, 1955.

6 17

McH-McM, 1955.

6 18

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1955.

6 19

McN-Md, 1955.

6 20

Me-Mh, 1955.

6 21

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Miniatures, 1955.

6 22

Mi-Mn, 1955.

6 23

Mo-Mt, 1955.

6 24

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1955.

6 25

Mu-Mz, 1955.

6 26

Museum Council Meeting, 1955 October 18.

6 27

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1955.

6 28

Museum training and conservation (University of Pennsylvania), 1955.

6 29

Museums: A-K, 1955.

6 30

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1955.

7 1

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1955.

7 2

Museums: British Museum, 1955.

7 3

Museums: Brooklyn Museum, 1955.

7 4

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1955.

7 5

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1955.

7 6

Museums: Fogg Museum of Art, 1955.

7 7

Museums: L-Q, 1955.

7 8

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1955.

7 9

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1955.

7 10

Museums: R-Z, 1955.

7 11

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1955.

7 12

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1955.

7 13

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, 1955.

7 14

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1955.

7 15

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1955.

7 16

Museums: Museum of Versailles, 1955.

7 17

Music for Israel (concert at Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1955 November 4.

7 18

Na-Nh, 1955.

7 19

National Gallery of Art, 1955.

7 20

William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1955.

7 21

New York University, Institute of Fine Arts (Dr. Weinberger), 1955.

7 22

Ni-Nt, 1955.

7 23

Nu-Nz, 1955.

7 24

Oa-Ok, 1955.

7 25

Ol-Oz, 1955.

7 26

Pa-Pd, 1955.

7 27

Paintings: Possible purchase, 1955.

7 28

Parkway Jubilee (planned for 1957 May), 1955.

7 29

Pederson and Richards, 1955.

7 30

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1955.

7 31

Philadelphia: A-Z, 1955.

7 32

Philadelphia Art Festival (1 of 2), 1955 February 26-1955 March 27.

7 33

Philadelphia Art Festival (2 of 2), 1955 February 26-1955 March 27.

8 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Marceau to Ingersoll (museum matter from locked file), 1955.

8 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting (Fiske Kimball resignation), 1955 January.

8 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 February.

8 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 March.

8 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 April.

8 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 May.

8 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 June.

8 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 September.

8 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 October.

8 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 November.

8 11

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1955 December.

8 12

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors Meeting, 1956 February.

8 13

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Reports, 1955 January-1955 June.

8 14

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Reports, 1955 June-1956 May.

8 15

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget, 1954-1955.

8 16

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget, 1955-1956.

8 17

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Museum bulletins and releases, 1955.

8 18

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary-Treasurer (Julius Zieget) and Assistant Treasurer (W. Graham), 1955.

8 19

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Treasurer's report, 1954-1955.

8 20

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees and Board of Governors and Associate Committee of Women, 1955.

8 21

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees meeting, 1955.

8 22

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees minutes, 1955.

8 23

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Assorted information about exhibition schedule and sales, 1955.

8 24

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Assorted memoranda and other records, 1955.

8 25

Philadelphia Museum School of Art, 1955.

9 1

Pe-Ph, 1955.

9 2

Pi-Pr, 1955.

9 3

Pl-Pq, 1955.

9 4

Pr-Pt, 1955.

9 5

Pu-Pz, 1955.

9 6

Q, 1955.

9 7

Ra-Rd, 1955.

9 8

Re-Rh, 1955.

9 9

Restoration program, 1955.

9 10

Ri-Rn, 1955.

9 11

Roa-Rof, 1955.

9 12

Robinson, Edward G. and Gladys, 1955.

9 13

Rog-Rt, 1955.

9 14

Roof repairs, 1955.

9 15

Ru-Rz, 1955.

9 16

Sa-Sb, 1955.

9 17

Samuel Memorial Foundation, 1955.

9 18

Sarcophagus, 1955.

9 19

Sca-Sch, 1955.

9 20

Schaeffer Rembrandt, 1955.

9 21

Sci-Sd, 1955.

9 22

Se-Sg, 1955.

9 23

Sha-Shh, 1955.

9 24

Shi-Smk, 1955.

9 25

Smi-Smz, 1955.

9 26

Sn-So, 1955.

9 27

Sp-Ss, 1955.

9 28

Sta-Sth, 1955.

9 29

Sti-Stz, 1955.

9 30

Su-Sz, 1955.

10 1

Ta-Tg, 1955.

10 2

Tax exemption on admissions, 1955.

10 3

Th-Tq, 1955.

10 4

Thomsan, Anne estate, 1955.

10 5

Tintoretto's: "Christ washing the feet of his disciples" ("Dealer Agnew"), 1955.

10 6

Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition, 1954-1955.

10 7

Tr-Tz, 1955.

10 8

U, 1955.

10 9

Universities: A-Z, 1955.

10 10

Universities: University of Michigan, 1955.

10 11

Universities: University of Michigan, 1955.

10 12

Universities: Yale University, 1955.

10 13

V, 1955.

10 14

Vacation schedules, 1955.

10 15

Valentin, Curt Gallery, 1955.

10 16

Van Gogh, Vincent film, 1955.

10 17

Vogel, Irving H. Memorial Fund, 1955.

10 18

Waa-Wal, 1955.

10 19

Walters Art Gallery, 1955.

10 20

Wam-Wd, 1955.

10 21

We-Wg, 1955.

10 22

Wh, 1955.

10 23

Wia-Wik, 1955.

10 24

Wil, 1955.

10 25

Wildenstein Galleries, 1955.

10 26

Williams, Mrs. Charles F. estate, 1955.

10 27

Wilstach Collection, 1955.

10 28

Wim-Wn, 1955.

10 29

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1955.

10 30

Wo-Wz, 1955.

10 31

X-Y-Z, 1955.

10 32

Yale University Art Gallery, 1955.

10 33

Young Women's Christian Association: Reception at Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1955 January 27.

10 34

Zieget, Julius, 1955.

10 35

Aa-Ak, 1956.

11 1

Al-Am, 1956.

11 2

American: A-Z, 1956.

11 3

American Association of Museums, 1956.

11 4

American Federation of Arts, 1956.

11 5

American Institute of Architects Dinner at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1956 October 18.

11 6

An-Ar, 1956.

11 7

Annenberg, Walter, 1956.

11 8

Annual report and annual meeting, 1956.

11 9

Annual report of the President, 1956.

11 10

Arensberg, 1956.

11 11

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1956.

11 12

Art News, 1956.

11 13

Artists Equity Association, 1956.

11 14

As-Az, 1956.

11 15

Association of Art Museum Directors, 1956.

11 16

Baa-Baq, 1956.

11 17

Bar, 1956.

11 18

Barnard, Monroe Greg, 1956.

11 19

Bas-Bd, 1956.

11 20

Be-Bh, 1956.

11 21

Bi-Bk, 1956.

11 22

Bl-Bn, 1956.

12 1

Blind classes, visits for, 1956.

12 2

Bo-Bq, 1956.

12 3

Board of Governors: Meeting reports, 1956.

12 4

Bra-Brd, 1956.

12 5

Bre-Brn, 1956.

12 6

Bro-Bt, 1956.

12 7

Bu-Bz, 1956.

12 8

Caa-Caq, 1956.

12 9

Canaday, John, 1956.

12 10

Car-Cd, 1956.

12 11

Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, 1956.

12 13

Carlhian, 1956.

12 14

Caspary collection, 1956.

12 15

Catherwood Foundation, 1956.

12 16

Ce-Ch, 1956.

12 15

Chanticleer Press Incorporated, Milton Rugoff, 1956.

12 17

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1956.

12 18

Ci-Cn, 1956.

13 1

Clifford, Henry, 1956.

13 2

Coa-Col, 1956.

13 3

Com-Coo, 1956.

13 4

Commissioners of Fairmount Park, 1956.

13 5

"Contribution folder", 1956.

13 6

Cop-Cq, 1956.

13 7

Cr-Ct, 1956.

13 8

Crozier, Mrs. William estate, 1956.

13 9

Cu-Cz, 1956.

13 10

Da-Dd, 1956.

13 11

De-Dh, 1956.

13 12

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1956.

13 13

Di-Dom, 1956.

13 14

Don-Dt, 1956.

13 15

Du-Dz, 1956.

13 16

Ea-Ek, 1956.

13 17

El-Eq, 1956.

13 18

Er-Ez, 1956.

14 1

Employment: Curatorial and other, 1956.

14 2

Events, 1956.

14 3

Fairmount Art Association, 1956.

14 4

Fairmount Park houses, 1956.

14 5

Fa-Fh, 1956.

14 6

Fashion Group, 1956.

14 7

Fi-Fn, 1956.

14 8

Fo-Ft, 1956.

14 9

Foerderer Gift, 1956.

14 10

Freer Gallery of Art, 1956.

14 11

French and Company, 1956.

14 12

Fu-Fz, 1956.

14 13

Ga-Gd, 1956.

14 14

Gangnat Painting, 1956.

14 15

Ge-Gh, 1956.

14 16

Gi-Gn, 1956.

14 17

Go-Gt, 1956.

14 18

Gu-Gz, 1956.

14 19

Haa-Ham, 1956.

14 20

Han-Har, 1956.

14 21

Has-Hd, 1956.

14 22

Hea-Hem, 1956.

14 23

Heating plant, 1956.

14 24

Hen-Hh, 1956.

14 25

Hi-Hn, 1956.

14 26

Hoa-Hom, 1956.

14 27

Hon-Ht, 1956.

14 28

Hu-Hz, 1956.

14 29

I, 1956.

15 1

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1956 January-1956 June.

15 2

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1956 July-1956 December.

15 3

Ja-Jn, 1956.

15 4

Jayne, Horace H. F., 1956.

15 5

Jeffords, Walter, 1956.

15 6

Jo-Jz, 1956.

15 7

Ka-Kd, 1956.

15 8

Ke-Kh, 1956.

15 9

Ki-Kn, 1956.

15 10

Kimball, Fiske: American Philosophical Society reprint replies, 1956.

15 11

Kimball, Fiske: Bibilography, 1956.

15 12

Kimball, Fiske: Correspondence, 1956-1958.

15 13

Kimball, Fiske estate, 1956.

15 14

Kimball, Fiske and Marie memorial, 1956.

15 15

Ke-Kt, 1956.

15 16

Knoedler and Company, 1956.

15 17

Kramrisch Collection purchase, 1956.

15 18

Kramrisch, Stella, 1956.

15 19

Ku-Kz, 1956.

15 20

Laa-Laq, 1956.

15 21

Lar-Ld, 1956.

15 22

Lea-Lem, 1956.

15 23

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1956.

15 24

Len-Lh, 1956.

15 25

Lewis, John F., 1956.

15 26

Library shelving, 1956.

15 27

Li-Ln, 1956.

16 1

Lo-Lz, 1956.

16 2

Maa-Mao, 1956.

16 3

Map-Md, 1956.

16 4

McA-McC, 1956.

16 5

McD-McG, 1956.

16 6

McH-McM, 1956.

16 7

McN-Md, 1956.

16 8

Me-Mh, 1956.

16 9

Membership Campaign (John B. Leake, Chairman), 1956-1957.

16 10

Memorial Hall, 1956.

16 11

Metered mail, 1956.

16 12

Mi-Mn, 1956.

16 13

Mo-Mt, 1956.

16 14

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1956.

16 15

Mu-Mz, 1956.

16 16

Museums: A-K, 1956.

16 17

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1956.

17 1

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1956.

17 2

Museums: British Museum, 1956.

17 3

Museums: Brooklyn Museum, 1956.

17 4

Museums: Cleveland Musuem of Art, 1956.

17 5

Museums: Commercial Museum of Philadelphia, 1956.

17 6

Museums: Fogg Museum of Art, 1956.

17 7

Museums: France, 1956.

17 8

Museums: L-Q, 1956.

17 9

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1956.

17 10

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1956.

17 11

Museums: R-Z, 1956.

17 12

Museums: Rodin Museum, 1956.

17 13

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1956.

17 14

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1956.

17 15

Museums: University Museum, 1956.

17 16

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1956.

17 17

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1956.

17 18

Museum memoranda and other records, 1956.

17 19

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1956.

17 20

Na-Nh, 1956.

17 21

National Council on the Arts and Government, 1956.

17 22

National Gallery of Art, 1956.

17 23

William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1956.

17 24

New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1956.

17 25

Ni-Nt, Nu-Nz, 1956.

17 26

Oa-Ok, 1956.

17 27

Ol-Oz, 1956.

18 1

Oliver A. Douglas: Correspondence related to William A. Goodell's portrait of Washington, 1956.

18 2

Pa-Pd, 1956.

18 3

Pe-Ph, 1956.

18 4

Pederson, Erling H., 1956.

18 5

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1956.

18 6

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1956.

18 7

Philadelphia: A-Z, 1956.

18 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art, including reports: 1956 May-December (see 1955 January-May), 1956.

18 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art, including reports and membership: 1957, June-August, 1956.

18 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Museum business (Julius Zieget, Secretary-Treasurer and Mrs. Wick), 1956.

18 11

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Staff addresses, 1956.

18 12

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees and Board of Governors and Associate Committee of Women, 1956.

18 13

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Assorted information, 1956.

18 14

Philadelphia School of Art, including E. M. Benson, 1956.

18 15

Pi-Pk, 1956.

18 16

Pl-Pq, 1956.

18 17

Pr-Pt, 1956.

18 18

Pu-Pz, 1956.

18 19

Q, 1956.

18 20

Ra-Rd, 1956.

18 21

Restoration program, 1956.

18 22

Re-Rh, 1956.

18 23

Ri-Rn, 1956.

19 1

Roa-Rof, 1956.

19 2

Rog-Rt, 1956.

19 3

Ru-Rz, 1956.

19 4

Sa-Sb, 1956.

19 5

Sca-Sch, 1956.

19 6

Sci-Sd, Se-Sg, 1956.

19 7

Sha-Shh, 1956.

19 8

Shi-Shz, 1956.

19 9

Silver purchases, 1956.

19 10

Si-Smh, 1956.

19 11

Smi-Smz, 1956.

19 12

Sn-So, 1956.

19 13

Sp-Ss, 1956.

19 14

Sta-Sth, 1956.

19 15

Sti-Stz, 1956.

19 16

Su-Sz, 1956.

19 17

Study storage: Shelving for section II A floor, 1956.

19 18

Ta-Tg, 1956.

19 19

Tax exemption on admissions, 1956.

20 1

Taxes and art, 1956.

20 2

Th-Tq, 1956.

20 3

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1956.

20 4

Tr-Tz, 1956.

20 5

Trustees meetings, 1956.

20 6

Universities: A-Z, 1956.

20 7

Universities: University of Michigan, 1956.

20 8

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1956.

20 9

U, 1956.

20 10

V, 1956.

20 11

Vacation schedules, 1956.

20 12

Vogel, Irving H. Memorial Fund, 1956.

20 13

Waa-Wal, 1956.

20 14

Walters Art Gallery, 1956.

20 15

Wam-Wd, 1956.

20 16

We-Wg, 1956.

20 17

Wedgwood Seminar at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1956.

20 18

Wh, 1956.

20 19

Wia-Wik, 1956.

20 20

Wildenstein Galleries, 1956.

20 21

Wil, 1956.

21 1

Wim-Wn, 1956.

21 2

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1956.

21 3

Wo-Wz, 1956.

21 4

X-Y, 1956.

21 5

Yale University, 1956.

21 6

Yale University Art Gallery, 1956.

21 7

Z, 1956.

21 8

Zieget, Julius, 1956.

21 9

Filing key, 1957.

21 10

Aa-Ak, 1957.

21 11

Al-Am, 1957.

21 12

American: A-Z, 1957.

21 13

American Association of Museums, 1957.

21 14

American Federation of Arts, 1957.

21 15

An-Ar, 1957.

21 16

Annenberg, Walter, 1957.

21 17

Annual report and Annual meeting, 1957.

21 18

Arensberg, 1957.

21 19

Art Commision: Form letters, list of sculptors, etc., 1957.

21 20

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1957.

21 21

Art in Focus by Dorothy Grafly, 1957.

21 22

Art news, 1957.

21 23

Artists Equity Association, 1957.

21 24

As-Az, 1957.

21 25

Baa-Baq, 1957.

21 26

Bar, 1957.

21 27

Barbour, George C. A., 1957.

21 28

Barnard, Monroe Grey, 1957.

21 29

Bas-Bd, 1957.

21 30

Be-Bh, 1957.

21 31

Bi-Bk, 1957.

22 1

Bl-Bn, 1957.

22 2

Bo-Bq, 1957.

22 3

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 January.

22 4

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 February.

22 5

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 March.

22 6

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 April.

22 7

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 May.

22 8

Board of Governors meeting minutes and reports, 1957 June.

22 9

Bra-Brd, 1957.

22 10

Bre-Brn, 1957.

22 11

Bro-Bt, 1957.

22 12

Bu-Bz, 1957.

22 13

Caa-Caq, 1957.

22 14

Canaday, John, 1957.

22 15

Car-Cd, 1957.

22 16

Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, 1957.

22 17

Caspary collection, 1957.

22 18

Catherwood Foundation, 1957.

22 19

Ce-Ch, 1957.

22 20

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1957.

22 21

Ci-Cn, 1957.

22 22

Clifford, Henry, 1957.

22 23

Coa-Col, 1957.

23 1

Com-Coo, 1957.

23 2

Commissioners of Fairmount Park, 1957.

23 3

Contributions, 1957.

23 4

Cop-Cq, 1957.

23 5

Cr-Ct, 1957.

23 6

Crozier, Mrs. William estate, 1957.

23 7

Cu-Cz, 1957.

23 8

Da-Dd, 1957.

23 9

De-Dh, 1957.

23 10

Decorative Arts Department: Position for, 1957.

23 11

Delaware Valley Editors, 1957.

23 12

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1957.

23 13

Di-Dom, 1957.

23 14

Don-Dt, 1957.

23 15

Du-Dz, 1957.

23 16

Ea-Ek, 1957.

23 17

El-Eq, 1957.

23 18

Elkins and Wilstach Funds financial status, 1957.

23 19

Employment: Curatorial and other (sampling), 1957.

23 20

Events, 1957.

23 21

Er-Ez, 1957.

23 22

Fa-Fh, 1957.

24 1

Far Eastern Department, 1957.

24 2

Fashion Group/Crystal Ball, 1957.

24 3

Fi-Fn, 1957.

24 4

Fo-Ft, 1957.

24 5

French and Company, 1957.

24 6

Fu-Fz, 1957.

24 7

Ga-Gd, 1957.

24 8

Ge-Gh, 1957.

24 9

Gi-Gn, 1957.

24 10

Go-Gt, 1957.

24 11

Gu-Gz, 1957.

24 12

Haa-Ham, 1957.

24 13

Han-Har, 1957.

24 14

Has-Hd, 1957.

24 15

Hea-Hem, 1957.

24 16

Hen-Hh, 1957.

24 17

Hi-Hn, 1957.

24 18

Hoa-Hom, 1957.

24 19

Hon-Ht, 1957.

24 20

Hu-Hz, 1957.

24 21

I, 1957.

24 22

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1957 January-1957 June.

24 23

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1957 July-1957 December.

25 1

International Business Machines Corporation: Regarding typewriter quotation, 1957.

25 2

Ja-Jn, 1957.

25 3

Japanese Tea House: Temple general correspondence, 1957.

25 4

Jayne, Horace H. F., 1957.

25 5

Jeffords, Walter, 1957.

25 6

Jenks, Morton, 1957.

25 7

Jo-Jz, 1957.

25 8

Ka-Kd, 1957.

25 9

Ke-Kh, 1957.

25 10

Ki-Kk, 1957.

25 11

Kimball, Fiske and Marie estate: Bibliography, 1957.

25 12

Kl-Kt, 1957.

25 13

Knoedler and company, 1957.

25 14

Kramrisch, Stella, 1957.

25 15

Ku-Kz, 1957.

25 16

Laa-Laq, 1957.

25 17

Lar-Ld, 1957.

25 18

Lea-Lem, 1957.

25 19

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1957.

25 20

Len-Lh, 1957.

25 21

Lewis, John F., 1957.

25 22

Li-Ln, 1957.

25 23

Lo-Lz, 1957.

25 24

Maa-Mao, 1957.

25 25

Magnasco, Alessandro Sermon to Jesiut Novices,  Contrition of Franciscan Monks, 1957.

25 26

Map-Mb, 1957.

25 27

McA-McC, 1957.

26 1

McD-McG, 1957.

26 2

McFadden, John H., Jr. estate, 1957.

26 3

McH-McM, 1957.

26 4

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1957.

26 5

McN-Md, 1957.

26 6

Membership campaign, 1957.

26 7

Me-Mh, 1957.

26 8

Mi-Mn, 1957.

26 9

Mo-Mt, 1957.

26 10

Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1957.

26 11

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1957.

26 12

Mu-Mz, 1957.

26 13

Museum memoranda, 1957.

26 14

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1957.

26 15

Museum training course ( Fine Arts 800-University of Pennsylvania), 1956, 1957.

26 16

Museum training course ( Fine Arts 800-University of Pennsylvania), 1957.

26 17

Museums: A-K, 1957.

26 18

Museums: Assorted memoranda, 1957.

27 1

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1957.

27 2

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1957.

27 3

Museums: Brooklyn Museum, 1957.

27 4

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1957.

27 5

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1957.

27 6

Museums: Fogg Art Museum, 1957.

27 7

Museums: France, 1957.

27 8

Museums: L-Q, 1957.

27 9

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1957.

27 10

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1957.

27 11

Museums: R-Z, 1957.

27 12

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1957.

27 13

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1957.

27 14

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, 1957.

27 15

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1957.

27 16

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1957.

27 17

Na-Nh, 1957.

27 18

National Education Association Centennial Convention, 1957.

27 19

National Gallery of Art, 1957.

27 20

Nelson, William Rockhill Gallery of Art, 1957.

27 21

New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1957.

27 22

Ni-Nt, 1957.

27 23

Nu-Nz, 1957.

27 24

Oa-Ok, 1957.

27 25

Ol-Oz, 1957.

27 26

Pa-Pd, 1957.

27 27

Pe-Ph, 1957.

27 28

Pedersen, Erling H.: General correspondence, 1957.

27 29

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1957.

27 30

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1957.

27 31

Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, 1957.

27 32

Philadelphia: A-Z, 1957.

28 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors: Marceau's records, 1957.

28 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Trustees: Marceau's records, 1957.

28 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget, 1956, 1957.

28 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget (Director's Files), 1957, 1958.

28 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Financial records, 1957 January-1957 May.

28 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Fiscal: Elkins and Wilstock Balances, 1957.

28 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Press releases, 1957.

28 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Public relations, 1957.

28 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Marceau--Report to the President, 1957 March.

28 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary-Treasurer W. Graham and J. Zieget, 1957.

28 11

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees and Board of Governors and Associate Committee of Women, 1957.

28 12

Philadelphia Museum School of Art: Benson, Graham, Mrs. Wick, 1957.

28 13

Philadelphia Museum School of Art: Spring dance, 1957 May 11.

28 14

Phillips Memorial Fountain, 1957.

29 1

Pi-Pk, 1957.

29 2

Picasso exhibition: Estimated cost and income 1957-1958, 1957.

29 3

Pl-Pq, 1957.

29 4

Pr-Pt, 1957.

29 5

Pu-Pz, 1957.

29 6

Q, 1957.

29 7

Ra-Rd, 1957.

29 8

Re-Rh, 1957.

29 9

Ri-Rn, 1957.

29 10

Roa-Rof, 1957.

29 11

Rog-Rt, 1957.

29 12

Ru-Rz, 1957.

29 13

Sa-Sb, 1957.

29 14

Samuel H. Kress Foundation: Regarding tapestries, 1957.

29 15

Sca-Sch, 1957.

29 16

Sci-Sd, 1957.

29 17

Se-Sg, 1957.

29 18

Sha-Shh, 1957.

29 19

Shi-Shz, 1957.

29 20

Si-Smh, 1957.

29 21

Skilling, Joseph Kinnard: 2016 Spruce Street, 1957.

29 22

Smi-Smz, 1957.

29 23

Sn-So, 1957.

29 24

Sp-Ss, 1957.

29 25

Spanish retablo paintings: Abb? Breuil, 1957.

30 1

Sta-Sth, 1957.

30 2

Sti-Stz, 1957.

30 3

Su-Sz, 1957.

30 4

Ta-Tg, 1957.

30 5

Taxes and art, 1957.

30 6

Taxes and art, gifts in kind: Ingersoll (McFadden Will), 1957.

30 7

Th-Tq, 1957.

30 8

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1957.

30 9

Tr-Tz, 1957.

30 10

U, 1957.

30 11

Universities: A-Z, 1957.

30 12

Universities: University of Michigan, 1957.

30 13

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1957.

30 14

Universities: Yale University, 1957.

30 15

V, 1957.

30 16

Vacation schedules, 1957.

30 17

Waa-Wal, 1957.

30 18

Walters Art Gallery, 1957.

30 19

Wam-Wd, 1957.

30 20

We-Wg, 1957.

30 21

West Foyer Information and Orientation Center, 1957.

31 1

Wh, 1957.

31 2

Wia-Wik, 1957.

31 3

Wil, 1957.

31 4

Wildenstein Galleries, 1957.

31 5

Wim-Win, 1957.

31 6

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1957.

31 7

Wo-Wz, 1957.

31 8

X-Y, 1957.

31 9

Z, 1957.

31 10

Zieget, Julius, 1957.

31 11

Aa-Ax, 1958.

31 12

Abrams, Harry N., Inc. (Philadelphia Museum of Art monograph), 1958.

31 13

American Association of Museums, 1958.

31 14

American Federation of Arts, 1958.

31 15

Al-Am, 1958.

31 16

American: A-Z, 1958.

31 17

An-Ar, 1958.

31 18

Annenberg, Walter, 1958.

31 19

Annual report-Annual meeting, 1958.

31 20

Annual report: Duplicate copies of department reports, 1958.

31 21

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1958.

31 22

Art in focus by Dorothy Grafly, 1958.

31 23

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1958.

32 1

Artists Equity Association, 1958.

32 2

As-Az, 1958.

32 3

Auditorium (new) on "A" floor (1 of 2), 1958.

32 4

Auditorium (new) on "A" floor (2 of 2), 1958.

32 5

Auditorium: Declaration of principles with respect to use of Van Pelt Auditorium for events, 1958.

32 6

Baa-Bag, 1958.

32 7

Bar, 1958.

32 8

Barbour, George C. A., 1958.

32 9

Bas-Bd, 1958.

32 10

Be-Bh, 1958.

32 11

Bi-Bk, 1958.

32 12

Bl-Bn, 1958.

32 13

Bo-Bq, 1958.

32 14

Bra-Brd, 1958.

32 15

Bre-Brn, 1958.

32 16

Bro-Bt, 1958.

32 17

Bu-Bz, 1958.

33 18

Caa-Caq, 1958.

33 1

Canaday, John, 1958.

33 2

Car-Cd, 1958.

33 3

Caspary Collection, 1958.

33 4

Catherwood Foundation, 1958.

33 5

Ce-Ch, 1958.

33 6

Chappelle, Miss Caroline W., 1958.

33 7

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1958.

33 8

Ci-Cn, 1958.

33 9

Clifford, Henry, 1958.

33 10

Coa-Col, 1958.

33 11

Com-Coo, 1958.

33 12

Contributions, 1958.

33 13

Cop-Cq, 1958.

33 14

Cr-Ct, 1958.

33 15

Crozier, Mrs. William estate, 1958.

33 16

Cu-Cz, 1958.

33 17

Da-Dd, 1958.

33 18

De-Dh, 1958.

33 19

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1958.

33 20

Di-Dom, 1958.

33 21

Don-Dt, 1958.

33 22

Du-Dz, 1958.

33 23

DuBon, David, 1958.

34 1

Ea-Ek, 1958.

34 2

El-Eq, 1958.

34 3

Elkins and Wilstach funds, 1958.

34 4

Employment: Curatorial and other, 1958.

34 5

Er-Ez, 1958.

34 6

Events, 1958 January-1958 December.

34 7

Fa-Fh, 1958.

34 8

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1958.

34 9

Fairmount Park Commissioners, 1958.

34 10

Fairmount Park houses, 1958.

34 11

Fi-Fn, 1958.

34 12

Fo-Ft, 1958.

34 13

Ford Foundation, 1958.

34 14

Form letters, 1958.

34 15

Freer Gallery of Art, 1958.

34 16

French and Company, 1958.

34 17

French drawings from American collections exhibition at the Boymans Museum and the Orangerie, 1958.

34 18

Fu-Fy, 1958.

34 19

Future exhibitions, 1958.

34 20

Ga-Gd, 1958.

34 21

Ge-Gh, 1958.

34 22

Gi-Gn, 1958.

34 23

Go-Gt, 1958.

35 1

Gu-Gz, 1958.

35 2

Haa-Ham, 1958.

35 3

Han-Har, 1958.

35 4

Has-Hd, 1958.

35 5

Hea-Hem, 1958.

35 6

Hen-Hh, 1958.

35 7

Hi-Hn, 1958.

35 8

Hoa-Hom, 1958.

35 9

Hon-Ht, 1958.

35 10

Hu-Hz, 1958.

35 11

I, 1958.

35 12

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1958 January-1958 June.

35 13

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1958 July-1958 December.

35 14

Ja-Jn, 1958.

35 15

Japanese Tea House and Temple: General correspondence, 1958.

35 16

Jayne, Horace H. F., 1958.

35 17

Jeffords, Walter M., 1958.

35 18

Jenks, Morton, 1958.

35 19

Jo-Jz, 1958.

35 20

Johnson, John G. collection and agreement, 1958.

36 1

Ka-Kd, 1958.

36 2

Ke-Kh, 1958.

36 3

The Kevorkian Foundation (Mr. Hagop Kevorkian collection), 1958.

36 4

Ki-Kk, 1958.

36 5

Kimball, Fiske and Marie estate, 1958.

36 6

Kl-Kt, 1958.

36 7

Knoedler and Co., 1958.

36 8

Kramrisch, Stella, 1958.

36 9

Kress-Barberini tapestries, 1958.

36 10

Ku-Kz, 1958.

36 11

Laa-Laq, 1958.

36 12

Lar-Ld, 1958.

36 13

Lea-Lem, 1958.

36 14

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1958.

36 15

Legal forms, 1958.

36 16

Len-Lh, 1958.

36 17

Lewis, John F., 1958.

36 18

Li-Ln, 1958.

36 19

Lo-Lz, 1958.

36 20

Maa-Mao, 1958.

36 21

Magnasco, The Teaching of the Christian Doctrine in the Duomo of Milan, 1958.

36 22

Map-Mb, 1958.

36 23

Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1958.

36 24

Marceau, Henri Gabriel: Report of the history of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1958.

36 25

McA-McC, 1958.

36 26

McD-McG, 1958.

36 27

McFadden, John H., Jr. estate, 1958.

36 28

McH-McM, 1958.

36 29

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1958.

36 30

McN-Md, 1958.

36 31

Me-Mh, 1958.

36 32

Membership campaign of 1959 (Mrs. Borie's plan), 1958.

36 33

Membership cultivation, 1958.

36 34

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1958.

37 1

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1958.

37 2

Museum of Modern Art fire, 1958.

37 3

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1958.

37 4

Museums: National Gallery of Art, 1958.

37 5

Museums: Rodin Museum, 1958.

37 6

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1958.

37 7

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1958.

37 8

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Musuem of Archeology and Anthropology, 1958.

37 9

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1958.

37 10

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1958.

37 11

Na-Nh, 1958.

37 12

William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1958.

37 13

New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1958.

37 14

Ni-Nt, 1958.

37 15

Nu-Nz, 1958.

37 16

Oa-Ok, 1958.

37 17

Ol-Oz, 1958.

37 18

Pa-Pd, 1958.

37 19

Pannini: October 1958 purchase of View of Roman Monuments, 1958.

37 20

Pe-Ph, 1958.

37 21

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1958.

37 22

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1958.

37 23

The People-to-People Foundation, Incorporated program, 1957-1958, 1958.

37 24

Mi-Mn, 1958.

38 1

Mo-Mt, 1958.

38 2

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1958.

38 3

Mu-Mz, 1958.

38 4

The museum and the artist-A statement of policy, 1958.

38 5

Museum training course (Fine Arts 800), 1858-1859, 1958.

38 6

Museums: A-K, 1958.

38 7

Museums: L-Q, 1958.

38 8

Museums: R-Z, 1958.

38 9

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1958.

38 10

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1958.

38 11

Museums: British Museum, 1958.

38 12

Museums: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1958.

38 13

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1958.

38 14

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1958.

38 15

Museums: Delaware (see also special folder "Winterthur"), 1958.

38 16

Museums: Fogg Art Museum, 1958.

38 17

Museums: France, 1958.

38 18

Museums: Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums, 1958.

38 19

Philadelphia: A-Z, 1958.

39 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Attendance of the Picasso exhibition, 1958.

39 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget (Director's files), 1958-1959.

39 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Charter and by-laws, 1958.

39 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Trustees, Board of Governors, and Associate Committee of Women, 1958.

39 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Notices, 1958.

39 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Information, 1958.

39 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary-Treasurer Julius Zieget, 1958.

39 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary-Treasurer Willard P. Graham, 1958.

39 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Assorted memoranda and other records, 1958.

39 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Museum bulletins and releases, 1958.

39 11

Philadelphia Museum School of Art: Budget and other records, 1958.

39 12

Phillips Memorial Fountain, 1958.

39 13

Pi-Pla, 1958.

39 14

Pl-Pq, 1958.

39 15

Pr-Pt, 1958.

39 16

Pu-Pz, 1958.

39 17

Q, 1958.

39 18

Ra-Rd, 1958.

39 19

Ram Gopal "Evening for Members", 14 May 1958.

39 20

Re-Rh, 1958.

39 21

Ri-Rn, 1958.

39 22

Roa-Rof, 1958.

40 1

Rog-Rt, 1958.

40 2

Ru-Rz, 1958.

40 3

Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, 1958.

40 4

Sa-Sh, 1958.

40 5

Sca-Sch, 1958.

40 6

Schedules: Sailings, flights, trains, 1958.

40 7

Salaries: Royal Ontario Museum evaluation, 1958.

40 8

Sci-Sd, 1958.

40 9

Se-Sq, 1958.

40 10

Sha-Shh, 1958.

40 11

Shi-Shz, 1958.

40 12

Si-Smh, 1958.

40 13

Smi-Smz, 1958.

40 14

Sn-So, 1958.

40 15

Sp-Ss, 1958.

40 16

Sta-Sth, 1958.

40 17

Sti-Stz, 1958.

41 1

Su-Sz, 1958.

41 2

Ta-Tg, 1958.

41 3

Th-Tq, 1958.

41 4

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1958.

41 5

Tr-Tz, 1958.

41 6

U, 1958.

41 7

Universities: A-Z, 1958.

41 8

Universities: University of Michigan, 1958.

41 9

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1958.

41 10

Universities: Yale University, 1958.

41 11

V, 1958.

41 12

Vacation schedules, 1958.

41 13

Van Pelt, Mrs. David, 1958.

41 14

Van Pelt Audtitorium events, 1958.

41 15

Waa-Wal, 1958.

41 16

Walters Art Gallery, 1958.

41 17

Wam-Wd, 1958.

41 18

We-Wg, 1958.

42 18

Wh, 1958.

42 1

Wia-Wik, 1958.

42 2

Wil, 1958.

42 3

Wildenstein, 1958.

42 4

Wildenstein Galleries, 1958.

42 5

Williams, Joseph Lees Memorial collection of rugs: Correspondence, 1958-1959.

42 6

Wilstoch hearing matter: Ellis suit regarding 1954 Memorial Hall sale, 1958.

42 7

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1958.

42 8

Wim-Win, 1958.

42 9

Wo-Wz, 1958.

42 10

X-Y, 1958.

42 11

Yale University Art Gallery, 1958.

42 12

Z, 1958.

42 13

Zieget, Julius, 1958.

42 14

Aa-Ak, 1959.

42 15

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated, 1959.

42 16

Al-Am, 1959.

42 17

America-Italy Society, 1959.

42 18

American: A-Z, 1959.

42 19

American Federation of Arts, 1959.

42 20

American National Exhibition in Moscow, 1959.

42 21

"Amusing communications", 1959.

42 22

An-Ar, 1959.

42 23

Anneberg, Walter H., 1959.

42 24

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1959.

42 25

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1959.

42 26

Artists Equity Association, 1959.

42 27

Art in Focus by Dorothy Grafly, 1959.

43 1

As-Az, 1959.

43 2

Associate Committee of Women reception and tea for Mayor of Kyoto and Yoshiro, 1959.

43 3

Attendance reports, 1959.

43 4

Boa-Baq, 1959.

43 5

Bar, 1959.

43 6

Barbour, George, C. A., 1959.

43 7

Bas-Bd, 1959.

43 8

Be-Bh, 1959.

43 9

Bi-Bk, 1959.

43 10

Bl-Bn, 1959.

43 11

Bo-Bq, 1959.

43 12

Bra-Brd, 1959.

43 13

Bre-Brn, 1959.

43 14

Bro-Bt, 1959.

43 15

Bu-Bz, 1959.

43 16

Caa-Caq, 1959.

43 17

Canaday, John, 1959.

43 18

Canday, John: Mainstreams of Modern Art, 1959.

43 19

Car-Cd, 1959.

43 20

Carpeaux, Jean Baptiste: Monument to Watteau, 1959.

43 21

Cassatt, Mrs. Gardner, 1955-1959.

43 22

Ce-Ch, 1959.

43 23

Ceramic gallery cases, cost of, 1959.

43 24

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1959.

43 25

Chinese Opera Association: Evening for members, 1959.

44 1

Ci-Cn, 1959.

44 2

Civil Service positions applications, 1959.

44 3

Clifford, Mrs. Henry, 1959.

44 4

Coa-Col, 1959.

44 5

Com-Coo, 1959.

44 6

Cop-Cq, 1959.

44 7

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1959.

44 8

Cr-Ct, 1959.

44 9

Crozier, Mrs. William estate, 1959.

44 10

Cu-Cz, 1959.

44 11

Da-Dd, 1959.

44 12

De-Dh, 1959.

44 13

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1959.

44 14

Di-Dom, 1959.

44 15

Don-Dt, 1959.

44 16

Du-Dz, 1959.

44 17

Ea-Ek, 1959.

44 18

El-Eq, 1959.

44 19

Employment applications (Philadelphia Museum of Art), 1959.

44 20

Er-Ez, 1959.

44 21

The Evening Bulletin, 1959.

45 1

Events, 1959 January-1959 December.

45 2

Exhibition of French drawings from American collections, 1959.

45 3

Fa-Fh, 1959.

45 4

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1959.

45 5

Fairmount Park Commissioners, 1959.

45 6

Fairmount Park houses, 1959.

45 7

Fi-Fn, 1959.

45 8

Fleisher, Samuel S. Art Memorial, 1959.

45 9

Fo-Ft, 1959.

45 10

Ford Foundation, 1959.

45 11

Form letters, 1959.

45 12

Freer Gallery of Art, 1959.

45 13

French and Company, 1959.

45 14

Fu-Fz, 1959.

45 15

Ga-Gd, 1959.

45 16

Ge-Gh, 1959.

45 17

Gi-Gn, 1959.

45 18

Go-Gt, 1959.

45 19

Gu-Gw, 1959.

45 20

Haa-Ham, 1959.

45 21

Han-Har, 1959.

45 22

Hanley, T. Edward, 1959.

45 23

Has-Hd, 1959.

46 1

Haseltine equestrian statue, 1959.

46 2

Hea-Hem, 1959.

46 3

Hen-hh, 1959.

46 4

Hi-Hn, 1959.

46 5

Hoc-Hom, 1959.

46 6

Hon-Ht, 1959.

46 7

Hu-Hz, 1959.

46 8

I, 1959.

46 9

Independence Hall: Light fixtures loaned to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1959.

46 10

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1959 January-1959 June.

46 11

Ja-Jn, 1959 July-1959 December.

46 12

Japanese Tea House and Temple, 1959.

46 13

Jayne, Horace H. F., 1959.

46 14

Jo-Jz, 1959.

46 15

John G. Johnson Collection, 1959.

46 16

Ka-Kd, 1959.

46 17

Ke-Kh, 1959.

46 18

Ki-Kk, 1959.

46 19

Kimball, Fiske: Triumph on Fairmount book by George and Mary Roberts, 1959.

46 20

Kl-Kt, 1959.

46 21

Knoedler and Company, 1959.

46 22

Kramrisch, Stella, 1959.

46 23

Kramrisch, Stella: Proposed catalogue for Sculpture of India, 1959.

46 24

Kress-Barberini tapestries, 1959.

47 1

Kress-Barberini tapestries, Constantine tapestries, 1959.

47 2

Ka-Kz, 1959.

47 3

Laa-Laq, 1959.

47 4

Lar-Ld, 1959.

47 5

Lea-Lem, 1959.

47 6

Lea, Arthur H.: Bequest, 1959.

47 7

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1959.

47 8

Lewis, John F., 1959.

47 9

Len-Lh, 1959.

47 10

Li-Ln, 1959.

47 11

Lipchitz, Jacques: Portrait of R. Sturgis Ingersoll, 1959.

47 12

Lo-Lz, 1959.

47 13

Maa-Mao, 1959.

47 14

Map-Mb, 1959.

47 15

Marceau, Henri Gabriel, 1959.

47 16

Matisse, Henri: Copy of letter "to Mr. Clifford (published in Matisse catalogue)", 1959.

47 17

McA-McC, 1959.

47 18

McD-McG, 1959.

47 19

McH-McM, 1959.

47 20

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1959.

47 21

McN-Md, 1959.

47 22

Me-Mh, 1959.

47 23

Membership cultivation, 1959.

47 24

Mi-Mn, 1959.

47 25

Mo-Mt, 1959.

47 26

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1959.

47 27

Mu-Mz, 1959.

47 28

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1959.

47 29

Museums: A-K, 1959.

48 1

Museums: L-Q, 1959.

48 2

Museums: R-Z, 1959.

48 3

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1959.

48 4

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1959.

48 5

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1959.

48 6

Museums: British Museum, 1959.

48 7

Museums: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1959.

48 8

Museums: Commercial Museum, Philadelphia, 1959.

48 9

Museums: Fogg Museum of Art, 1959.

48 10

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1959.

48 11

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1959.

48 12

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1959.

48 13

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1959.

48 14

Museums: National Gallery of Art, 1959.

48 15

Museums: William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1959.

48 16

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1959.

48 17

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1959.

48 18

Museums: Delaware and Pennsylvania, 1959.

48 19

Museums: France ("Louvre, etc."), 1959.

48 20

Museums: Germany, 1959.

48 21

Na-Nh, 1959.

48 22

National Committee to Liberalize the Tariff Laws for Art, 1959.

49 1

Nepalese-Tibetan Gallery, 1959.

49 2

New York Graphic Society, 1959.

49 3

Ni-Nt, 1959.

49 4

Norman, Dorothy, 1959.

49 5

Nu-Nz, 1959.

49 6

Oa-Ok, 1959.

49 7

Ol-Oz, 1959.

49 8

Pa-Pd, 1959.

49 9

Pe-Ph, 1959.

49 10

Pederson, Erling H., 1959.

49 11

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1959.

49 12

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1959.

49 13

Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, 1959.

49 14

The People-to-People Foundation, 1959.

49 15

Philadelpha: A-Z, 1959.

49 16

Philadelphia, City of, 1959.

49 17

Philadelphia: City planning commission, Department of Streets and J. Zieget (Secretary-Treasurer), 1959.

49 18

The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1959.

49 19

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, 1959.

49 20

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Attendance, Courbet exhibition, December 1959-February 1960.

49 21

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget, 1959.

50 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Contributions to museum and school, Secretary-Treasurer Zieget and Graham, 1959.

50 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Board of Governors, Trustees, Associate Committee of Women, 1959.

50 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Graham, Willard P. (Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer), 1959.

50 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Personnel, 1959.

50 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Principal achievements, 1959.

50 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Phillips Memorial Foundation, 1959.

50 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Zieget (Secretary-Treasurer), 1959.

50 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Assorted memoranda and other records, 1959.

50 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Samples of invitations, 1959.

50 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Press releases and bulletins, 1959.

50 11

Philadelphia Museum College of Art: Beuson, Emanuel M. (Dean), 1959.

50 12

Philadelphia Museum College of Art: Wick, Mrs. Vivian, 1959.

50 13

Pi-Pk, 1959.

50 14

Pl-Pq, 1959.

50 15

Pr-Pt, 1959.

50 16

Pu-Pz, 1959.

50 17

Q, 1959.

50 18

Ra-Rd, 1959.

50 19

Re-Rh, 1959.

50 20

Ri-Rn, 1959.

50 21

Richardson, Francis: Purchase of silver can, 1959.

50 22

Roa-Rof, 1959.

50 23

The Rockefeller Foundation, 1959.

50 24

Rog-Rt, 1959.

50 25

Rosa, Salvatore: The Death of Regulus, 1959.

50 26

Ru-Rz, 1959.

50 27

Sa-Sb, 1959.

51 1

Sca-Sch, 1959.

51 2

Sci-Sd, 1959.

51 3

Se-Sg, 1959.

51 4

Sellin, David (Photographic requests), 1959.

51 5

Sha-Shh, 1959.

51 6

Shi-Shz, 1959.

51 7

Smi-Smz, 1959.

51 8

Si-Smh, 1959.

51 9

Sn-So, 1959.

51 10

Sp-Ss, 1959.

51 11

Sta-Sth, 1959.

51 12

Sti-Stz, 1959.

51 13

Su-Sz, 1959.

51 14

Ta-Tg, 1959.

51 15

Tax exemption certificates, samples of forms, 1959.

51 16

Th-Tq, 1959.

51 17

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1959.

51 18

Tr-Tz, 1959.

51 19

Universities: A-Z, 1959.

51 20

Universities: University of Michigan, 1959.

51 21

Universities: New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1959.

52 1

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1959.

52 2

Universities: Yale University, 1959.

52 3

Vacation schedules, 1959.

52 4

Van Pelt Auditorium: Events, 1959.

52 5

U, 1959.

52 6

V, 1959.

52 7

Waa-Wal, 1959.

52 8

Walters Art Gallery, 1959.

52 9

Wam-Wd, 1959.

52 10

We-Wg, 1959.

52 11

Wh, 1959.

52 12

Wia-Wik, 1959.

52 13

Wil, 1959.

52 14

Wildenstein Galleries, 1959.

52 15

Williams, Joseph Lees, 1959.

52 16

Wilstach Collection, 1959.

52 17

Wim-Wn, 1959.

52 18

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1959.

52 19

Wo-Wz, 1959.

52 20

X-Y, 1959.

52 21

Yale University Art Gallery, 1959.

52 22

Z, 1959.

52 23

Zieget, Julius, 1959.

52 24

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated: Correspondence regarding slide catalog, 1960.

52 25

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated: "Museum Series", 1960.

52 26

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated: "Portfolio", 1960.

52 27

Aa-Ak, 1960.

52 28

Al-Am, 1960.

52 29

America-Italy Society, 1960.

52 30

American: A-Z, 1960.

53 1

American Federation of the Arts, 1960.

53 2

"Amusing communications", 1960.

53 3

Annenberg, Walter H., 1960.

53 4

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1960.

53 5

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1960.

53 6

Artists Equity Association, 1960.

53 7

Arts Council of Great Britain, 1960.

53 8

An-Ar, 1960.

53 9

An-Az, 1960.

53 10

Asia Society, 1960.

53 11

Baa-Baq, 1960.

53 12

Bar, 1960.

53 13

Barbour, George (Certified accountant), 1960.

53 14

Barbour, George (Certified accountant), including Christmas party 1960 December 21, 1960.

53 15

Barker, George, 1960.

53 16

Barker, Rodman estate, 1960.

53 17

Barnes Foundation, 1960.

53 18

Baruch, Bernard, 1960.

53 19

Bas-Bd, 1960.

53 20

Bauer, Albert Tatum, regarding loan of William Savery chest, 1960.

53 21

Be-Bh, 1960.

53 22

Bi-Bk, 1960.

53 23

Bl-Bn, 1960.

53 24

Bo-Bq, 1960.

53 25

Bra-Brd, 1960.

54 1

Bre-Brn, 1960.

54 2

Bro-Bt, 1960.

54 3

Bu-Bz, 1960.

54 4

Caa-Caq, 1960.

54 5

Car-Dc, 1960.

54 6

Ce-Ch, 1960.

54 7

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1960.

54 8

Ci-Cn, 1960.

54 9

Clifford, Henry, 1960.

54 10

Coa-Col, 1960.

54 11

Com-Cop, 1960.

54 12

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, 1960.

54 13

Cor-Cq, 1960.

54 14

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1960.

54 15

Courbet exhibition, 1960.

54 16

Cr-Ct, 1960.

54 17

Creation of the Rococco, 1960.

54 18

Cu-Cz, 1960.

54 19

Da-Dd, 1960.

54 20

De-Dh, 1960.

55 1

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1960.

55 2

Di-Dom, 1960.

55 3

Division of Education, 1960.

55 4

Don-Dt, 1960.

55 5

Du-Dz, 1960.

55 6

Ea-Ek, 1960.

55 7

El-Eq, 1960.

55 8

Emergency aid, 1960.

55 9

Employment (sampling), 1960.

55 10

English Speaking Union Silver show, 1960.

55 11

Er-Ez, 1960.

55 12

The Evening Bulletin, 1960.

55 13

Fa-Fh, 1960.

55 14

Fairmount Park Commissioners, 1960.

55 15

Fairmount Park houses, 1960.

55 16

Fairmount Park house tours, 1960.

55 17

Festival of France, Commercial Museum, 1960 January 15-1960 March 11.

55 18

Fi-Fn, 1960.

55 19

Fleisher, Samuel S. Art Memorial, 1960.

55 20

Fo-Ft, 1960.

55 21

Ford Foundation, 1960.

56 1

Fountain Court Caf?, 1960.

56 2

Freedom Week, 1960.

56 3

Freer Gallery of Art, 1960.

56 4

French and Company, Incorporated, 1960.

56 5

French Renaissance fireplace, 1960.

56 6

French Renaissance galleries, 1960.

56 7

French Renaisance galleries, Chapel of Chateau of Pagny, 1960.

56 8

Fu-Fz, 1960.

56 9

Fund Office: Correspondence, 1960.

56 10

Fund Office: Capital Fund, 1960.

56 11

Fund Office: List of art objects offered to prospective donors, 1960.

56 12

Fund Office: Prospectus sets, 1960.

56 13

Ga-Gd, 1960.

56 14

Ge-Gh, 1960.

56 15

Gi-Gn, 1960.

56 16

Go-Gt, 1960.

56 17

Gu-Gz, 1960.

56 18

Haa-Haz, 1960.

56 19

Han-Har, 1960.

56 20

Hanley,T. Edward lists: Portraits, correspondence, 1960.

56 21

Has-Hd, 1960.

56 22

Hea-Hem, 1960.

57 1

Hen-Hh, 1960.

57 2

Hi-Hn, 1960.

57 3

Hoa-Hom, 1960.

57 4

Hon-Ht, 1960.

57 5

Hu-Hz, 1960.

57 6

Illuminated Bulletin Boards, 1960.

57 7

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1960 January-1960 June.

57 8

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1960 July-1960 December.

57 9

I, 1960.

57 10

Ja-Jn, 1960.

57 11

Jeffords estate, 1960.

57 12

Jo-Jz, 1960.

57 13

John G. Johnson Collection, 1960.

57 14

Ka-Kd, 1960.

57 15

Ke-Kh, 1960.

57 16

Ki-Kk, 1960.

57 17

Kl-Kt, 1960.

57 18

Knoedler and Company, 1960.

57 19

Kramrisch, Stella, 1960.

57 20

Kramrisch, Stella: Sculpture of India proposed catalog, 1960.

57 21

Ku-Kz, 1960.

57 22

Kress-Barberini tapestries, 1961.

57 23

Laa-Laq, 1960.

57 24

Lar-Ld, 1960.

57 25

Lea-Lem, 1960.

58 1

Lea, Arthur H. bequest, 1960.

58 2

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1960.

58 3

Len-Lh, 1960.

58 4

Li-Ln, 1960.

58 5

Lo-Lz, 1960.

58 6

Maa-Mao, 1960.

58 7

MacMonnies Bacchante (Clarence Hall), 1960.

58 8

McA-McC, 1960.

58 9

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1960.

58 10

McD-McG, 1960.

58 11

McH-McM, 1960.

58 12

McN-Md, 1960.

58 13

Madeira, Louis C., 1960.

58 14

Map-Md, 1960.

58 15

Marceau, Henri, 1960.

58 16

Me-Mh, 1960.

58 17

Mexican Biennial exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1960.

58 18

Mi-Mn, 1960.

58 19

Mo-Mt, 1960.

58 20

Moore, Lamont, 1960.

58 21

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1960.

58 22

Mu-Mz, 1960.

58 23

Museum Training Course, 1960.

58 24

Museums: A-K, 1960.

58 25

Museums: L-Q, 1960.

59 1

Museums: R-Z, 1960.

59 2

Museums: Baltimore Museum, 1960.

59 3

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1960.

59 4

Museums: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1960.

59 5

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1960.

59 6

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1960.

59 7

Museums: Delaware and Pennsylvania, 1960.

59 8

Museums: England, 1960.

59 9

Museums: Fogg Art Museum, 1960.

59 10

Museums: France, 1960.

59 11

Museums: Germany, 1960.

59 12

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1960.

59 13

Museums: Miami Museum of Modern Art, regarding Mexico Sesquicentennial, 1960.

59 14

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1960.

59 15

Museums: Rodin Museum, 1960.

59 16

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1960.

59 17

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1960.

59 18

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1960.

59 19

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1960.

59 20

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1960.

59 21

Na-Nh, 1960.

59 22

National Gallery of Art, 1960.

60 1

National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) Project 20: 1960 December 21, 1960.

60 2

Nelson, William Rockwell Gallery of Art, 1960.

60 3

Nepalese and Tibetan gallery opening: 1960 May 20, 1960.

60 4

New York Graphic Society, 1960.

60 5

Ni-Nt, 1960.

60 6

Norris G. Heide and Sophie B. estates, 1960.

60 7

Nu-Nz, 1960.

60 8

Oa-Ok, 1960.

60 9

Ol-Oz, 1960.

60 10

Old Westbury Gardens: American Sculpture Exhibition 1960 June, 1960.

60 11

Pa-Pd, 1960.

60 12

Pe-Ph, 1960.

60 13

Pedersen, Erling H.: General correspondence, 1960.

60 14

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1960.

60 15

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1960.

60 16

Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, 1960.

60 17

People-to-People Program, 1960.

60 18

Philadelphia: A to Z, 1960.

60 19

Philadelphia, City of, 1960.

60 20

Philadelphia, City of: Personnel, 1960.

60 21

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1960.

60 22

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Graham, Willard P. (Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer), 1960.

60 23

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Zieget, Julius (Secretary and Treasurer), 1960.

60 24

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, 1960.

61 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, report of the Director, 1960.

61 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, duplicate copies, 1960.

61 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Attendance for fiscal year 1959-60, 1960.

61 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Attendance reports, 1960.

61 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Administration, 1960.

61 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Associate Committee of Women, Boards of Trustees, Governors, 1960.

61 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Conservation and restoration, 1960.

61 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Contribution to museum and school, reports to Zieget, 1960.

61 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget (Director's Files), 1960-1961.

61 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Handbook, revised typescript, 1960.

61 11

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Events, 1960 January-1960 June.

61 12

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Events, 1960 July-1960 December.

61 13

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Bulletin articles and releases, 1960.

62 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Membership cultivation, 1960.

62 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Memoranda and other records, 1960.

62 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Personnel, 1960.

62 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Principal achievements, 1960.

62 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Samples of invitations, 1960.

62 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Volunteer staff representative, 1960.

62 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Work orders, 1960.

62 8

Philadelphia Museum College of Art, including Mrs. Vivian Wick, 1960.

62 9

Philadelphia Museum College of Art, Emanuel M. Benson (Dean), 1960.

62 10

Pi-Pk, 1960.

62 11

Pl-Pq, 1960.

62 12

Play of "Daniel", 1961 March 10, Columbia Artist Management Incorporated, 1960-1961.

62 13

Poussin: Lent to Cologne Museum, the Louvre, 1959-1960.

62 14

Pr-Pt, 1960.

62 15

Pu-Pz, 1960.

62 16

Publicity, 1960.

62 17

Q, Ra-Rd, 1960.

62 18

Re-Rh, 1960.

62 19

Recreation Coordination Board, 1960.

62 20

Revolving doors, 1960.

62 21

Ri-Rn, 1960.

62 22

Rice Letellier rooms, 1960.

62 23

Roa-Rof, 1960.

62 24

Rog-Rt, 1960.

62 25

Ru-Rz.

63 1

Russian visitors to the United States, 1960 October 10, 1960.

63 2

Sa-Sb, 1960.

63 3

Sca-Sch, 1960.

63 4

Sci-Sd, 1960.

63 5

Se-Sg, 1960.

63 6

Sha-Shh, 1960.

63 7

Shi-Shz, 1960.

63 8

Si-Smh, 1960.

63 9

Smi-Smz, 1960.

63 10

Smuggling: Chinese art, 1960.

63 11

Sn-So, 1960.

63 12

Soviet dinner, 1960 February 2, 1960.

63 13

Sp-Ss, 1960.

63 14

Sta-Sth, 1960.

63 15

Sti-Stz, 1960.

63 16

Su-Sz, 1960.

63 17

Ta-Tg, 1960.

63 18

Th-Tq, 1960.

63 19

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1960.

63 20

Tr-Tz, 1960.

63 21

U, 1960.

63 22

Universities: A-Z, 1960.

63 23

Universities: University of Michigan, 1960.

63 24

Universities: New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1960.

64 1

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1960.

64 2

Universities: Yale University, 1960.

64 3

V, 1960.

64 4

Vacation schedules, 1960.

64 5

Van Pelt Auditorium, 1960.

64 6

Irving H. Vogel Memorial correspondence, 1955, 1960.

64 7

Waa-Wal, 1960.

64 8

Walters Art Gallery, 1960.

64 9

Wam-Wd, 1960.

64 10

We-Wg, 1960.

64 11

Wh, 1960.

64 12

Wia-Wik, 1960.

64 13

Wil, 1960.

64 14

Wildenstein Galleries, 1960.

64 15

Wilkie Buick art competition and exhibit, 1960.

64 16

Colonial Williamsburg: Louis Madeira, 1960 January 28, 1960.

64 17

Wilstach Collection, 1960.

64 18

Wilstach and Elkins Funds, 1960.

64 19

Wim-Wn, 1960.

64 20

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1960.

64 21

Wo-Wz, 1960.

64 22

Yale University Art Gallery, 1960.

64 23

X-Y-Z, 1960.

64 24

Zieget, Julius, 1960.

64 25

Aa-Ak, 1961.

64 26

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated, 1961.

64 27

Al-Am, 1961.

64 28

American: A-Z, 1961.

65 1

American Association of Museums, 1961.

65 2

American Federation of Arts, 1961.

65 3

American Institute for Research, 1961.

65 4

America-Italy Society, 1961.

65 5

American Paintings, Primitive, 1961.

65 6

An-Ar, 1961.

65 7

Annenberg, Walter H., 1961.

65 8

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1961.

65 9

Art in Embassies Committee, 1961.

65 10

Artists Equity Association, 1961.

65 11

Arts Council of Great Britain, 1961.

65 12

As-Az, 1961.

65 13

Asia Society, 1961.

65 14

Baa-Baq, 1961.

65 15

Bar, 1961.

65 16

Barbour, George C. A., 1961.

65 17

Barnes Foundation, 1961.

65 18

Bas-Bd, 1961.

65 19

Be-Bh, 1961.

65 20

Beck Engraving Company, Incorporated, 1961.

65 21

Bi-Bk, 1961.

65 22

Bird, Peter, 1961.

66 1

Bl-Bn, 1961.

66 2

Bo-Bq, 1961.

66 3

Bra-Brd, 1961.

66 4

Bre-Bre, 1961.

66 5

Bro-Bt, 1961.

66 6

Bu-Bz, 1961.

66 7

Caa-Caq, 1961.

66 8

Car-Cd, 1961.

66 9

Ce-Ch, 1961.

66 10

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1961.

66 11

Ci-Cn, 1961.

66 12

Clifford, Henry, 1961.

66 13

Coa-Col, 1961.

66 14

Com-Coo, 1961.

66 15

Consulates, 1961.

66 16

Cop-Cq, 1961.

66 17

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, 1961.

66 18

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1961.

66 19

Corcoran Gallery of Art: Henri Dorra (confidential), 1961.

66 20

Corson, Alan Jr., 1961.

66 21

Cr-Ct, 1961.

67 1

"Creation of the Rococo" exhibit, 1961.

67 2

Cu-Cz, 1961.

67 3

Da-Ddd, 1961.

67 4

De-Dh, 1961.

67 5

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1961.

67 6

Di-Dom, 1961.

67 7

Division of Education, 1961.

67 8

Don-Dt, 1961.

67 9

Dorra, Henri, including "The American Muse" exhibit, 1961.

67 10

Dorra, Henri: Memoranda and other records, 1961.

67 11

Du-Dz, 1961.

67 12

DuBon, David, 1961.

67 13

Ea-Ek, 1961.

67 14

Editions Nomis, 1961.

67 15

El-Eq, 1961.

67 16

Employment, 1961.

67 17

Er-Ez, 1961.

68 1

The Evening Bulletin, 1961.

68 2

Events, 1960 January-1960 December (1 of 2), 1961.

68 3

Events, 1960 January-1960 December (2 of 2), 1961.

68 4

Fa-Fh, 1961.

68 5

Fairmount Park Association: Sculpture exhibition, 1961.

68 6

Fairmount Park Commissioners, 1961.

68 7

Fairmount Park Commissioners: Annual Report of R. Sturgis Ingersoll, 1961-1962, 1961.

68 8

Fairmount Park houses, 1961.

68 9

Fairmount Park houses: Cedar Grove, 1961.

68 10

Fairmount Park houses: Tours (Mrs. A. F. A. King, Mrs. Naude), 1961.

68 11

Fashion Group of Philadelphia, 1961.

68 12

Fashion Group of Philadelphia Crystal Ball, 1961.

69 1

Fashion Group of Philadelphia Crystal Ball: Schedule and seating plan, 1961.

69 2

Festival of Italy, Trade and Convention Center, 1961.

69 3

Fi-Fn, 1961.

69 4

Food service, 1961.

69 5

Fo-Ft, 1961.

69 6

Ford Foundation, 1961.

69 7

Ford, Mrs. Henry II: Dinner at museum, 1961 June 7, 1961.

69 8

Foreign visitors, 1961.

69 9

Form letters, 1961.

69 10

Fountain Court Caf?, 1961.

69 11

Freer Gallery of Art, 1961.

69 12

French and Company, 1961.

69 13

Fu-Fz, 1961.

69 14

Fund office: Capital fund, 1961.

69 15

Fund office: Correspondence, 1961.

69 16

Ga-Gd, 1961.

69 17

Gauguin, Paul: "Human Misery", 1961.

69 18

Ge-Gh, 1961.

69 19

Gi-Gn, 1961.

69 20

Go-Gt, 1961.

70 1

Government Employees Insurance Company: Sculpture competition, Vincent G. Kling, 1961.

70 2

Gu-Gz, 1961.

70 3

Haa-Ham, 1961.

70 4

Han-Har, 1961.

70 5

Hanley, T. Edward, 1961.

70 6

Has-Hd, 1961.

70 7

Hea-Hem, 1961.

70 8

Hen-Hh, 1961.

70 9

Hi-Hn, 1961.

70 10

Hoa-Hom, 1961.

70 11

Homer, Wiliam I., 1961.

70 12

Hou-Ht, 1961.

70 13

Hu-Hz, 1961.

70 14

I, 1961.

70 15

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1961 January-1961 June.

70 16

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1961 July-1961 December.

70 17

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis: Information on, 1961.

70 18

International Center for the Study of Ancient Textiles, 1961.

70 19

Italian Centennial Celebrations in the United States, 1960-1961, 1961.

70 20

Ja-Jn, 1961.

71 1

Jo-Jz, 1961.

71 2

John G. Johnson collection, 1961.

71 3

Ka-Kd, 1961.

71 4

Ke-Kh, 1961.

71 5

Ki-Kk, 1961.

71 6

Kl-Kt, 1961.

71 7

Knoedler and company, 1961.

71 8

Kramrisch, Stella, 1961.

71 9

Dr. Kramrisch Indian Sculpture Catalogue: Distribution, 1961.

71 10

Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1961.

71 11

Kress-Barberini tapestries, 1961.

71 12

Kress Foundation: Catalogue, David DuBon, 1961.

71 13

Ku-Kz, 1961.

71 14

Laa-Laq, 1961.

71 15

Lar-Ld, 1961.

71 16

Lea-Lem, 1961.

71 17

Lee, Jean Gordon, 1961.

71 18

Reginald Lewis sale, 1961.

71 19

Len-Lh, 1961.

71 20

Li-Ln, 1961.

71 21

Lo-Lz, 1961.

72 1

Maa-Mao, 1961.

72 2

Madeira, Louis C., 1961.

72 3

Map-Mb, 1961.

72 4

Marceau, Henri, 1961.

72 5

McA-McC, 1961.

72 6

McD-McG, 1961.

72 7

McH-McM, 1961.

72 8

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1961.

72 9

McN-Md, 1961.

72 10

Me-Mh, 1961.

72 11

Mi-Mn, 1961.

72 12

Mo-Mt, 1961.

72 13

Mornings for members: March 15, April 19, May 24, 1961.

72 14

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C., 1961.

72 15

Moss, Misses Emilie Nixon, Marjorie, Elizabeth, 1961.

72 16

Mu-Mz, 1961.

72 17

Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1961.

72 18

Museums: A-K, 1961.

72 19

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1961.

72 20

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1961.

72 21

Museums: Brooklyn Museum, 1961.

72 22

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1961.

72 23

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1961.

73 1

Museums: Delaware and Pennsylvania, 1961.

73 2

Museums: England, 1961.

73 3

Museums: Fogg Museum, 1961.

73 4

Museums: France, 1961.

73 5

Museums: Germany, 1961.

73 6

Museums: International Living Museum, 1961.

73 7

Museums: L-Q, 1961.

73 8

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1961.

73 9

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, regarding Croome Court, 1961.

73 10

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1961.

73 11

Museums: R-Z, 1961.

73 12

Museums: Rodin Museum, 1961.

73 13

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1961.

73 14

Museums: The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., Miss Maxine de Schauensee, 1961.

73 15

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1961.

73 16

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, 1961.

73 17

Museums: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1961.

73 18

Museums: William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, 1961.

73 19

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1961.

73 20

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1961.

73 21

Na-Nh, 1961.

73 22

National Broadcasting Company, Incorporated, 1961.

73 23

National Gallery of Art, 1961.

73 24

New York Graphic Society, 1961.

73 25

Ni-Nt, 1961.

73 26

Nu-Nz, 1961.

73 27

Oa-Ok, 1961.

73 28

Ol-Oz, 1961.

74 1

Pa-Pd, 1961.

74 2

Parsons, Harold, 1961.

74 3

Pe-Ph, 1961.

74 4

Pedersen, Erling H.: General correspondence, 1961.

74 5

Pennsylvania: A-Z, 1961.

74 6

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1961.

74 7

Pennsylvania sales tax, 1961.

74 8

People-to-People program, 1961.

74 9

Philadelphia: A-Z, 1961.

74 10

Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1961.

74 11

Philadelphia, City of, 1961.

74 12

Philadelphia, City of: Personnel, 1961.

74 13

Philadelphia Civil War Centenary Committee, 1961.

74 14

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1961.

74 15

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Administration, 1961.

74 16

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, 1961.

74 17

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Annual report, duplicate copies, 1961.

74 18

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Attendance, 1961.

74 19

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Audio-guide system, 1961.

74 20

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Budget (Director's files), 1961-1962.

74 21

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Bulletin articles, releases, 1961.

75 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Conservation and restoration, 1961.

75 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Insurance letters, 1956-1961, 1961.

75 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Membership, 1961.

75 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Membership cocktail party, 1961 November 29, 1961.

75 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Memoranda and other records, 1961.

75 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Museum parking, 1961.

75 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Museum personnel, 1961.

75 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Sales and information desk, 1961.

75 9

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Samples of invitations, 1961.

75 10

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary and Treasurer, contributions to museum and school, 1961.

75 11

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Secretary and Treasurer Julius Zieget, 1961.

75 12

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Willard P. Graham, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer, 1961.

76 1

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Mrs. Vivian Wick and general correspondence, 1961.

76 2

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Tea room, 1961.

76 3

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Vacation schedules and iteneraries, 1961.

76 4

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Van Pelt Auditorium, 1961.

76 5

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Volkswagen, 1961.

76 6

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Volunteer guides, Mrs. Hubbard, 1961.

76 7

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Volunteer staff representation, 1961.

76 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art: Work orders, 1961.

76 9

Philadelphia Museum College of Art: Emanuel M. Benson, Dean, 1961.

76 10

Pi-Pk, 1961.

76 11

Pl-Pq, 1961.

76 12

Pr-Pt, 1961.

76 13

Philadelphia Transit Company strike (proposed), 1961.

76 14

Pu-Pz, 1961.

76 15

Publicity, 1961.

76 16

Q, 1961.

76 17

Ra-Rd, 1961.

76 18

Re-Rh, 1961.

76 19

Reder, Bernard: Woman with Sphere and Pyramid, 1961.

76 20

Ri-Rn, 1961.

76 21

Roa-Rof, 1961.

76 22

Rog-Rt, 1961.

76 23

Ru-Rz, 1961.

76 24

Sa-Sb, 1961.

77 1

Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1961.

77 2

Sca-Sch, 1961.

77 3

Sci-Sd, 1961.

77 4

Se-Sg, 1961.

77 5

Sha-Shh, 1961.

77 6

Shi-Shz, 1961.

77 7

Si-Smh, 1961.

77 8

Sinkler, Mr. and Mrs. Wharton: Regarding Sally self-portrait deed of gift, 1961.

77 9

Smi-Smz, 1961.

77 10

Smith, Dr. Robert: Regarding Quervelle bookcase, 1961.

77 11

Smithsonian Institution, 1961.

77 12

Sn-So, 1961.

77 13

Sp-Ss, 1961.

77 14

Sta-Sth, 1961.

77 15

Sta-Stz, 1961.

77 16

State, Secretary of: Robert H. Thayer, special assistant, 1961.

77 17

Su-Sz, 1961.

77 18

Sulzberger, Mayor estate, 1961.

77 19

Ta-Tg, 1961.

77 20

Taxes and art, 1961.

77 21

Television: Closed circuit, 1961.

77 22

Th-Tq, 1961.

77 23

Toronto, Art Gallery of, 1961.

78 1

Torres-Garcia Traveling Exhibition, 1961.

78 2

Tr-Tz, 1961.

78 3

Trade and Convention Center, 1961.

78 4

U, 1961.

78 5

Universities: A-Z, 1961.

78 6

Universities: University of Michigan, 1961.

78 7

Universities: New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1961.

78 8

Universities: University of Pennsylvania, 1961.

78 9

V, 1961.

78 10

Volkswagenwerk: Dr. Frank Resch, exhibition of French paintings, 1961.

78 11

Waa-Wal, 1961.

78 12

Walters Art Gallery, 1961.

78 13

Wam-Wd, 1961.

78 14

Weiss, Edward Memorial lists and reports, 1961.

78 15

Weiss Memorial Fund: Icarus bronze by Helene Sardeau general correspondence, 1961.

78 16

Wh, 1961.

79 1

White House, 1961.

79 2

Wia-Wik, 1961.

79 3

Wil, 1961.

79 4

Wildenstein Galleries, 1961.

79 5

Williams, Mrs. Jean, 1961-1962.

79 6

Wilstach and Elkins funds, (See 1962 folder), 1961.

79 7

Wim-Wn, 1961.

79 8

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1961.

79 9

Wo-Wz, 1961.

79 10

X-Y, 1961.

79 11

Yale University Art Gallery, 1961.

79 12

Yale University Art Gallery: Garvan Loan, 1961.

79 13

Z, 1961.

79 14

Zieget, Julius, 1961.

79 15

Index to files for 1962, 1962.

79 16

A, 1962.

79 17

Abrams, Harry N., Incorporated, 1962.

79 18

Accident reports and forms, 1962.

79 19

Al, 1962.

79 20

American: A-Z, 1962.

79 21

American Association of Museums, 1962.

79 22

American Association of Museums: Foreign delegates' visit to Philadelphia, May 1962, 1962.

79 23

American Federation of Arts, 1962.

79 24

America-Italy Society, 1962.

79 25

American Prints Today, 1962.

79 26

An, 1962.

80 1

Anenberg, Walter H., 1962.

80 2

Artists Equity Associates, 1962.

80 3

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1962.

80 4

Art in Embassies Committee, 1962.

80 5