Albert C. Barnes Correspondence
1902-1951

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Collection Summary

Repository: The Barnes Foundation
Creator: Albert C. (Coombs) Barnes, 1872–1951
Title: Albert C. Barnes Correspondence
Dates: 1902-1951
Extent: 125.5 linear feet
Abstract: The correspondence of Albert C. Barnes (1872 – 1951) contains personal and professional letters and records that document the activities of his chemical companies, Barnes and Hille and the A.C. Barnes Company, the acquisition of his world-renowned art collection, and the development of the educational program which led to the establishment of the Barnes Foundation, an institution over which he presided until his death in 1951. The bulk of the correspondence (1924 – 1951) reflects Barnes’s work as a businessman, art collector, author, and educator, and includes evidence of his evolving educational theories, his finances, travels to Europe and the American West, essays, lectures, and publications, and his opinions regarding art and artists.
Code: ABC
Language: The majority of this collection is in English, French, and German.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Description of item], [date]. Presidents' Files, Albert C. Barnes Correspondence. The Barnes Foundation Archives, Merion, Pennsylvania. Reprinted with permission.

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These records were housed in the storage area of the Barnes Foundation’s administration building.

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Barbara Anne Beaucar, Laurie Palumbo, Katy Rawdon, and Jason Stieber. Finding aid written by Barbara Anne Beaucar, November 2007.

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Biographical Note

Albert C. Barnes, ca. 1942
Albert C. Barnes, ca. 1942.
Photograph by Pinto Studios.

Albert C. Barnes (1872 – 1951) professed a lifelong interest in education, not only for himself, but for those less fortunate around him, and for the public in general. Both a scientist and an entrepreneur, Barnes developed and marketed Argyrol, an antiseptic silver compound. The fortune earned from this medicine’s global distribution allowed Barnes to realize his ideals and create the Barnes Foundation, an institution established “to promote the advancement of education and the appreciation of the fine arts.”

FAMILY

Barnes was born in Philadelphia on January 2, 1872, the third son of Lydia A. Schaffer (1846 – 1912) and John J. Barnes (1844 – 1930). Barnes described his father as a man with “good intelligence and tremendous energy” but lacking in balance.(1) During the Civil War, John Barnes enlisted in Company D of the 82nd Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers. After the war, he found work as a letter carrier and met Lydia A. Schaffer, a woman of Pennsylvania German descent and a devout Methodist. They married on April 4, 1867. Barnes said that his mother was marvelous, “endowed with a keen, penetrating intelligence…but best of all, she had poise and balance.”(2) Lydia Barnes has been credited for being the motivating force in Barnes’s early life. She took him to Methodist camp meetings in New Jersey, an experience that Barnes acknowledged as the source of his affinity for African American art and culture, especially music.(3)

EDUCATION

In 1885, when Barnes was thirteen years old, he enrolled in Philadelphia’s Central High School. Central High School was founded in 1838, the second public high school in the nation. Because of its high academic standards, the Pennsylvania Assembly granted the school the “same and like power to confer degrees, honorary and otherwise” as possessed by the University of Pennsylvania. Barnes first met artist William J. Glackens (1870 – 1938) at Central High School, where he claimed that they became friends through their common interest in sports – the two played baseball for the school team. Barnes also took a serious interest in Glackens’s drawings, an interest that would eventually rekindle their friendship twenty years later. During his third year at Central, the Barnes family moved away from the “Neck,” a particularly rough section of South Philadelphia, to 1331 Tasker Street. Barnes delivered newspapers for the Philadelphia Ledger where his father worked in the circulation department.(4) He completed eight consecutive semesters at Central, served as vice-president of his senior class, and, in June of 1889, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree.

In 1889, Barnes matriculated at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and graduated three years later with an M.D. degree at the age of twenty. Following his internships at the Polyclinic Hospital in Philadelphia and Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh,(5) Barnes worked for two years as a demonstrator of chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. However, to finance his continued work in chemistry, Barnes claimed that he held a variety of unusual jobs until he had finally saved enough money to travel to Germany and attend the University of Berlin.(6)

Barnes traveled twice to study and work in Germany. From 1894 – 1895, he studied physiological chemistry at the University of Berlin, and also worked as a sales agent for an American stove company. Upon returning to the United States, H.K. Mulford and Company, a pharmaceuticals manufacturer, employed him as an advertising and sales manager. Barnes said that he also tutored, translated, and edited for the next few years while continuing with his own research work.(7) In 1900, H.K. Mulford and Company sent him back to Germany to study pharmacology at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat in Heidelberg. Barnes wrote and published his Doctor’s Arbeit on morphine derivatives in one year, and also recruited German chemist Hermann Hille to work for the company.

LAURA L. BARNES

Barnes returned home to Philadelphia late in the summer of 1900 and, while vacationing with his cousin in Milford, Pennsylvania, met his future wife, Laura Leggett (1875 – 1966). She was born in Brooklyn, New York, the fifth child of six children born to Richard Lee and Clara Cox Leggett. Her father, who had also served in the Civil War in New York City’s 7th Regiment, owned a successful wholesale grocery business. Albert C. Barnes and Laura Leggett were married the following spring on June 4, 1901 at St. James Episcopal Church in Brooklyn. They sailed to Europe on their honeymoon, first visiting the university that Barnes attended in Heidelberg, and continuing on through the Black Forest to Switzerland and Italy. The couple purchased their first home at 6374 Drexel Road in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia.

BARNES AND HILLE

Although H.K. Mulford and Company employed both Barnes and Herman Hille, the two men worked together privately to develop Argyrol, an antiseptic silver compound which proved beneficial in the treatment of eye inflammations, especially in infants. In 1902, they resigned their positions at H.K. Mulford and Company and organized their own partnership, Barnes and Hille. Barnes handled the sales and marketing, leaving Hille in charge of the laboratory located at 24 North 40th Street in Philadelphia. Barnes employed both of his parents. His mother, Lydia A. Barnes, kept the books, and his father, John J. Barnes, worked as the company watchman.

In 1902, Barnes and Hille also perfected the formula for Ovoferrin, an easily assimilated salt of iron. Barnes found international distribution for Argyrol and Ovoferrin through Fassett & Johnson Company with offices in London, England and Sydney, Australia. Due to Barnes’s business acumen, the company’s earnings steadily increased over the next few years, and were further enhanced by an absence of global competition. Argyrol was simply trade-marked, never patented, which would have revealed the medicine’s formula. Only Hermann Hille knew the secret.

As early as December of 1905, Barnes expressed his dissatisfaction with Hille’s job performance but, by 1907, the partnership truly began to fail. In a letter to Hille, Barnes said, “I do not concede that you have been an ‘equal partner,’ in reality, in this business, judged from your acts and other tangible evidence.”(8) He instructed Hille to send all further communications to his lawyer, John G. Johnson (1841 – 1917), and demanded of Hille that he divulge the “formulae, methods and processes of all the investigations, inventions and discoveries made by [him] from April 30, 1903 up to the present date.”(9) Johnson sent Barnes a copy of the partnership’s dissolution in September of 1908.

A.C. BARNES COMPANY

The demise of Barnes’s partnership with Hermann Hille launched his new business, A.C. Barnes Company. Equipped with the knowledge of Argyrol’s formula, his company enjoyed continued success, offering Barnes and his wife the opportunity to advance their standard of living. The couple had already built their second home, “Lauraston,” named for Mrs. Barnes, on Union Avenue (now North Latch’s Lane) in Merion, Pennsylvania, in 1905. Barnes hunted with the Pickering Hunt, the Chester Valley Hunt Club, and the Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club. In 1910, he established the “Lauraston Cup,” a trophy for the Rose Tree Races.

There is still speculation regarding the source of Barnes’s passion for art. He said that in the years following his honeymoon, he returned to vacation in Europe every summer, went to “big galleries, to various exhibitions of contemporary painting and to the dealers,” and bought some paintings simply “because [he] liked them.”(10) Barnes’s subsequent interest in the study of art, “especially as it related to education,” led to a resumption of his friendship with William Glackens in 1910. Barnes said, “I spent many days in his studio and he came frequently to my house to visit me and discuss the paintings I had accumulated.”(11) In the winter of 1912, Barnes sent Glackens to Paris to scout the galleries for paintings. Accompanied by Alfred Henry Maurer (1868 – 1932), his friend and fellow member of the American Ashcan School, Glackens bought approximately twenty works of art.

Barnes traveled to Paris himself in June of 1912. After returning home, he asked Maurer to continue to “be on the lookout for paintings of the character which I desire, namely, good examples of works by Maner [sic], Daumier, Ingres, Bazille, Goya, and such other of the masters who are not yet represented in my collection.”(12) Barnes also suggested a business relationship to Maurer, offering him compensation of two hundred and fifty francs per month to help market Argyrol in France. When Barnes visited France again in December of 1912, he met collectors Leo and Gertrude Stein and purchased his first two paintings by Henri Matisse. This marked the beginning of a lifelong friendship and correspondence between Barnes and Leo Stein (1862 – 1947).

Meanwhile, the A.C. Barnes Company prospered. Barnes organized the business as a cooperative, encouraging personal growth and a spirit of mutual respect among his employees. It inspired such efficiency that the factory work could be completed in six hours, leaving the remaining two hours of the day devoted to seminars for the workers. Comprised of nine individuals, the staff included white women and African American men of various ages and levels of education. Barnes had hired Nelle E. Mullen (1884 – 1967), while she was still in her teens, to be the company’s bookkeeper and, later, brought her older sister Mary Mullen (1875 – 1957) into the company. When he stated that “one of the women, who had a flair for psychology,” led the seminars, it was most likely Mary Mullen to whom he referred. The workers read and discussed the pragmatic writings of William James and John Dewey. George Santayana’s The Sense of Beauty (1896) provoked an interest in art and creative imagination to which Barnes responded by hanging paintings from his collection in the factory building. These afternoon seminars eventually resulted in the publication of Mary Mullen’s book, An Approach to Art (1923).

Though the war in Europe suspended travel to France to buy art, Barnes continued to collect his favorite American artists, William J. Glackens, Ernest Lawson, and Maurice Prendergast. He remained vigorously interested in art and philosophy, writing two essays in 1915, “How to Judge a Painting” published in Arts and Decoration and one on cubism, “Cubism: Requiescat in Pace.” While Barnes spent weekday afternoons discussing books and paintings with his employees, he and Mrs. Barnes devoted their Sundays to the performing arts at “Lauraston.” Violinist Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii performed sonatas by Franck, Mozart, Beethoven and Lalo accompanied by pianist Jean Verd. Barnes even purchased a certified Francesco Ruggieri violin from the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company for Besekirskii to play when in Merion. Usually, a small number of guests were invited to enjoy these musicales, some quite distinguished such as Leopold Stokowski, conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and American philosopher and educator John Dewey.

In the fall of 1917, Barnes enrolled in a post-graduate philosophy seminar taught by John Dewey (1859 – 1952) at Columbia University. The class consisted of ten students, each encouraged by Dewey to express their opinions in the form of a round-table discussion. Barnes said that, “since the death of William James, Dewey has been the unquestioned head of American philosophic thought, and he is simple, plain, penetrating, inspiring and intensely interesting.”(13) Barnes and Dewey became close friends and confidants, their friendship and correspondence eventually spanning more than three decades. In his book, Democracy and Education (1916), Dewey asserted that while complex societies require the kind of formal education that institutions provide, this type of learning separates students from a direct experience with life. Inspired by Dewey, and with the encouragement of Dewey’s wife, Alice, Barnes decided to expand his factory seminars into a more advanced experiment in education.

THE BARNES FOUNDATION

On October 13, 1922, Barnes purchased “Red-Slates,” the Joseph Lapsley Wilson (1844 – 1928) estate situated on a fifteen acre arboretum near his home on Latch’s Lane. He received a charter from State of Pennsylvania on December 4, 1922, to establish the Barnes Foundation, an educational institution dedicated to promoting the appreciation of fine art and arboriculture. Barnes hired architect Paul Philippe Cret (1876 – 1945) to design a residence and a gallery on the arboretum grounds. He immersed himself in every step of the construction, from the selection of the building stone, Pouillenay and Coutarnoux, shipped by steamer from France, to decisions regarding interior wall coverings. Barnes complained that Cret’s exterior façade designs looked like “bull’s eyes” and replaced them with bas-relief sculptures commissioned from artist Jacques Lipchitz (1891 – 1973). He engaged the Enfield Pottery and Tile Works to create the ceramic tiles for the front portico of the gallery building, selecting both the tile colors and the insets of African design elements such as the mask and crocodile motif from the Ivory Coast Baule door (A238) in his collection.

Dr. Barnes acquired his vast collection of African art from Paris art dealer Paul Guillaume (1891 – 1934). He most likely met Guillaume upon resuming his visits to France after the First World War, and the two soon developed a friendly business relationship. Guillaume became Barnes’s principle agent in Paris, handling purchases and exchanges with other dealers and eventually being named the Foundation’s “Foreign Secretary.” In 1923, while the Foundation buildings were under construction, Barnes organized an exhibition of his acquisitions of African art and Modern paintings at Guillaume’s gallery in Paris. The Modern paintings, which were well received in France, unfortunately met with contempt from the Philadelphia press when they were exhibited in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in April of that year.

Both Barnes and Guillaume published essays about the influence of African sculpture on the Modern movement in art, a view that attracted the interest of notable African Americans such as Howard University professor Alain Locke (1886 – 1954) and social activist Charles S. Johnson (1893 – 1956). In early 1924, Johnson invited Barnes to a party in New York for young African American writers after which they discussed providing scholarships for some to study African art. Barnes devised an educational program, the “New Plan for Negro Education,” an idea which Charles S. Johnson proposed to James Weldon Johnson of the N.A.A.C.P.(14) Barnes contributed to and became a lifetime member of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, directed by Carter G. Woodson,(15) and donated generously – and anonymously – to the National Urban League in support of their journal, Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life, edited by Charles S. Johnson.

While Barnes continued to manage the A.C. Barnes Company, to direct all aspects of the construction of the Barnes Foundation buildings, and to collect remarkable works of art, he also began working on a book that would become the primary text used in the Foundation’s educational program. Barnes hired his former tutor, philosophy professor Laurence Buermeyer (1889 – 1970), to help with the structure of the book, one he believed would be the first of its kind that “endeavored to attach the flesh and blood of practical experience with paintings and with plain people.”(16) Barnes and Buermeyer shared common intellectual interests – Barnes attended John Dewey’s seminars at Buermeyer’s suggestion – and their relationship, while often troubled, remained constant over the years. Once Buermeyer completed the work of organizing notes and editing drafts, he made yet another important suggestion to Barnes. He said, “I like 'The Art in Painting' better than 'New Pictures from Old' as a title for the book… .”(17) The Art in Painting (1925) was published just weeks before the Barnes Foundation’s official opening.

Days after the Foundation first received its charter in 1922, Barnes expressed the idea of working with area colleges to develop a synthesis of the philosophies of Dewey and Santayana, an adaptation for the average student. He asked Laurence Buermeyer to provide further clarification to students visiting the Gallery because he thought him to be “the best qualified intellectually to carry out the plan.”(18) However, it was philosophy professor Thomas Munro (1897 – 1974) who taught the first classes beginning in 1924, one offered through the University of Pennsylvania and the other at Columbia University. Painter Sara Carles, daughter of Philadelphia artist Arthur B. Carles, joined Mary Mullen on the teaching staff, and Barnes himself began speaking for two hours in front of the paintings on Fridays and Sundays. Also in the spring of that year, Barnes published the first Journal of the Barnes Foundation, featuring articles by Buermeyer, Mary Mullen, and Munro.

The Barnes Foundation officially opened on March 19, 1925, with a celebration that took place on “a beautiful sunshiny afternoon… [with] some two hundred people present.”(19) John Dewey, whom Barnes asked to serve as “honorary” director of education, gave the first address. He noted that the Foundation’s focus was, in fact, a culmination of Barnes’s enduring interest in education, an extension of the experimental classes held in the laboratories of A.C. Barnes Company, and he also emphasized Barnes’s continued commitment to African Americans and “every-day people.”(20) When Barnes asked Leopold Stokowski to speak on behalf of all artists, he explained why:

It is that plain, ordinary person, with little schooling, whom we want to teach to use the qualities of mind, heart, and soul, with which he has been endowed by nature, in such a way that he will be able to understand what the thinkers have done and what the artists have done. That is the main idea of the Foundation."(21)

Stokowski said, “I will do it because I believe in your idea.”(22)

DR. BARNES AND MUSIC

When Barnes introduced music to his Sunday afternoon talks – reminiscent of the Sunday musicales at “Lauraston” – it emphasized Buermeyer’s assertion that art was only one manifestation of the Foundation’s interest in total human development. Barnes said, “It’s amazing how close are the affiliations between music and paintings,”(23) and, with recordings, demonstrated the kinship between Mozart and Prendergast, Beethoven and Cézanne, Gluck and Renoir, and Picasso and African American spirituals. He must have welcomed the opportunity to introduce his students to spirituals, music he clearly loved. Barnes said, “When I was about eight years old, I went to a negro camp meeting and have never recovered from the thrill.”(24) In 1926, the Barnes Foundation began hosting an annual concert of African American spirituals sung by the Bordentown Choir of New Jersey’s Manual Training and Industrial School for Youth.

Charles S. Johnson first introduced Barnes to the Bordentown Choir and their beloved and respected musical director, Frederick J. Work (1880 – 1942), while arranging a speaking engagement for Barnes at the Women’s Faculty Club of Columbia University. The talk included lantern slides of African art accompanied by the singing of spirituals. Later that evening, Barnes and his wife, Laura, and Paul Guillaume joined Johnson for dinner and an evening of cabaret jazz music in Harlem. Barnes enjoyed the “Harlem spree,”(25) but found the spirituals sung by Work’s choir far more captivating. He included Laurence Buermeyer’s essay, “Negro Spirituals and American Art,” as one of five contracted articles for a special issue of Opportunity devoted to art, along with his own essay, “Negro Art, Past and Present.”

THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

In the years following the opening of the Foundation, Barnes experienced both the sweetness of success as well as the sting of disappointment. In April of 1926, the Republic of France awarded him the cross of the Legion of Honor; however, that year also marked an end to a brief collaboration between the Foundation and the University of Pennsylvania. Mostly due to a declining student enrollment, Barnes suspended both Thomas Munro’s course, “Fine Arts V: Modern Art” as well as Laurence Buermeyer’s lectures on the “Aesthetic Experience.” The University’s inability to accept his advice on the structure of the classes also drove Barnes’s decision to continue the Foundation’s educational program on his own. He replaced Munro with two Foundation employees, Jeanette Portenar, teaching psychology and aesthetics, and Violette de Mazia (1899 – 1988), conducting demonstrations in the Gallery. De Mazia, hired initially as a French teacher, soon became an invaluable member of the Foundation staff, assisting Barnes with the research and writing of four books, and eventually serving as the Foundation’s director of education and member of the board of trustees.

As the wire services spread the news of the Foundation’s opening, an overwhelming amount of mail arrived from across the nation. In 1925 alone, over one thousand correspondents wrote congratulatory messages or expressed interest in coming to Merion to take classes. Barnes had once declared to his friend John Dewey, “…I’m launched on a bigger ship than I thought I’d ever be called on to steer and I’m going through with it somehow.”(26) Although frustrated by his association with the University of Pennsylvania, Barnes reveled in the success of his “experiment in education” and also in the sales of his book, The Art in Painting (1925).

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

As early as 1912, Barnes had begun developing the property along North Latch’s Lane. He contracted Philadelphia architects Druckenmiller, Stackhouse & Williams to design an estate home on a portion of the property belonging to the Marston family across the street from “Lauraston” on Latch’s Lane. By 1913, Barnes had also purchased property from the Latch family to build four more homes on Latch’s Lane bordering the northeast corner of Old Lancaster Avenue. Upon taking possession of the Wilson property in 1922, Barnes contracted John H. McClatchy, a local well-known builder of English stone and Tudor style houses, to build two additional homes on Latch’s Lane as well as four houses along Lapsley Lane, one of which became the home of Joseph Lapsley Wilson in his new role as director of the Barnes Foundation Arboretum. By developing the area around the Foundation, Barnes had hoped to create a “park occupied by high-class suburban residences.”(27) The approval, in 1927, of plans to construct one hundred and twenty-six twin style dwellings bordering his property led Barnes to contest the new township zoning allowing such a venture. The dispute, which began with a threat to move his art collection to New York City, culminated in the construction of a stone wall ten feet high and running several hundred feet across the back of the Barnes Foundation property.

In 1929, Barnes decided to sell the A.C. Barnes Company to devote his full attention to the needs of the Barnes Foundation. On July 19, 1929, Zonite Corporation of New York bought the A.C. Barnes Company, maintaining its trademarked names for Argyrol and Ovoferrin. Barnes fortunately made the decision to sell his company just months before the New York stock market crashed in October of that year.

FOUNDATION PUBLICATIONS

With A.C. Barnes Company sold, Barnes could dedicate more of his time to writing a series of books in which he stressed the fundamental importance of a systematic study of art, even canceling his Sunday lectures at the Foundation to write about the art of Henri Matisse. Barnes spent summers in Europe conducting research in museums and galleries and taking notes for the books, The French Primitives and Their Forms (1931), The Art of Henri-Matisse (1933), The Art of Renoir (1935), and The Art of Cézanne (1939). Mrs. Barnes accompanied him and his writing team: Violette de Mazia, his co-author, and staff members Nelle Mullen, Mary Mullen, and Laura Geiger. On location at hotel spas such as the Hotel des Thermes, situated in the village of Brides-les-Bains in the foothills of the French Alps, and during the return voyage home, the team compiled, transcribed, and edited their notes, underscoring the collaborative nature of their work on the Foundation’s books.(28)

DECORATIVE ART AND FINE CRAFTS

Dr. Barnes usually traveled twice a year to Europe, visiting galleries and dealers to expand and refine his collection of fine art, but a journey to the American West launched a new interest in collecting fine crafts. Mrs. Barnes, at the suggestion of her doctor, traveled to New Mexico for a few months in the winter of 1929 – 1930. Barnes accompanied his wife and, while she rested, he bought Zuni, Navajo, and Apache turquoise and silver jewelry, pawn jewelry, rugs, santos, Zia, Old Domingo, Santa Anna, Acoma, and San Ildefonso pottery, and Navajo blankets from dealers with such colorful names as La Fonda Indian Shop, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, and Spanish and Indian Trading Company. Barnes found the “eternal sunshine” of the Southwest delightful but seemed to be even more intrigued by the ceremonial dances performed by the indigenous people there. In a letter to artist Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954), he described it as a unique experience and added, “I was sorry you were not with me to see the marvelous spectacle.”(29)

That same year, Matisse also traveled to the American West and, upon his return, asked to visit the Barnes Foundation.(30) Barnes, who first purchased Matisse’s work from Gertrude Stein in 1912, believed Matisse to be the most well informed of all the artists he ever knew and, in Matisse’s work, always found “something that is his own, is not a repetition, and is in line with the traditions.”(31) Their visit culminated in a commission for Matisse to paint a mural to decorate the lunettes above the French windows in the Barnes Foundation Gallery. Matisse, who had never had the opportunity to work on such a large scale before, returned to Nice, France, rented a garage as studio space to accommodate a substantial painting, installed a skylight to mimic the lighting at the Foundation, and created The Dance (2001.25.50). The Barnes Foundation commission revitalized Matisse, inspiring his future artistic production both in terms of scale and materials.

In the 1930s, Barnes’s enthusiasm for Native American fine crafts broadened to include additional acquisitions of Early American decorative art. He purchased Pennsylvania German chests, cupboards, tables, chairs, ironwork, brass, tin, copper, pewter, ceramics, textiles, and glass from local antique dealers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In the Gallery, Barnes displayed his collection of ironwork along with the paintings because he thought the patterns observed in fine art reflected those found in wrought iron. He believed the creators of these pieces to be artists, as authentic as Titian or Renoir. By including the iron work in the ensembles, Barnes demonstrated how their patterns also offered a link to what had gone before, something that he attempted to do with paintings – “to show how the modern painters are legitimate successors of the old masters.”(32) Barnes also included furniture in the Gallery for the same purpose – to demonstrate how the earliest prototypes of foreign pieces of furniture had served as points of departure for American craftsmen.

FIDELE DE PORT MANEC’H

By the time that Barnes severed his relations with Paul Guillaume in 1932, he had already established another working friendship with art dealer Georges Keller, director of Etienne Bignou gallery in Paris and Bignou Gallery in New York. Barnes purchased paintings by Moderns such as Matisse and Soutine as well as Cézanne, Seurat, and Renoir through Keller. Barnes expressed his partiality for Keller by giving him a Ford sedan for Christmas and, when Guillaume died in 1934, assigned Keller to his post as “Foreign Secretary” of the Barnes Foundation. Keller introduced Barnes to Port Manec’h, a small fishing village in Brittany, France, where Barnes and his wife vacationed in the years leading up to the Second World War.

While vacationing in Port Manec’h, Barnes befriended Jeanne Guillerm, innkeeper of the hotel Tante Jeanne, launching a friendship that survived language barriers, an ocean, and a world war. Barnes grew so fond of Port Manec’h and its lively Breton inhabitants that he proposed to purchase property there to create a school and cultural center, a haven for artists to work in peace. In 1937, Barnes sent instructions from Merion to Georges Keller in Paris to make an offer on Guillerm’s hotel and, also, to take two hundred francs and buy a mongrel puppy that he had met in Port Manec’h the summer before. Barnes thought he was “a wonderful dog, … neglected there, and … worthy of a better home.”(33) Although Keller’s negotiations to buy the hotel proved unsuccessful, in early 1938 he bought passage on a steamer sailing from La Havre for himself and one small dog. The dog, Fidèle (1937 – 1951), became Barnes’s constant companion.

KER-FEAL

When Barnes purchased an eighteenth-century field stone farmhouse in 1940, he named it Ker-Feal, Breton for “Fidèle’s House.” Ker-Feal is situated on almost 138 acres of mixed farmland and forest in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Barnes hired the architectural firm of Kneedler, Mirick and Zantzinger to make two additions flanking the main house, an expansion necessary to accommodate his growing collection of American decorative art as well as to provide a “modern” kitchen and personal living space. Barnes intended to create a “living museum of art and to develop a botanical garden,” which would become part of the Foundation’s educational mission.(34) In 1942, the magazine House & Garden devoted an issue to Ker-Feal, featuring articles written by Barnes and Violette de Mazia regarding the educational importance of the collections at both the Foundation and Ker-Feal.(35)

PAMPHLETEERING

Barnes and his staff compiled a number of pamphlets in response to published articles and local events involving the arts and education. In 1938, Barnes published a pamphlet stating the mission for the “Friends of Art and Education,” an organization he launched in response to a published statement comparing the Foundation’s painting Large Bathers (BF934) by Paul Cézanne and one of the same title and artist acquired by the Pennsylvania (now Philadelphia) Museum of Art. The organization published two more pamphlets, Cézanne Bathers at the Pennsylvania Museum of Art and A Disgrace to Philadelphia. In 1942, after the Saturday Evening Post ran a less than flattering four-part series on Barnes entitled “The Terrible Tempered Dr. Barnes,” Barnes countered with the pamphlet, How It Happened, which he advertised and mailed to a national audience. Also in 1942, the board’s decision to terminate English philosopher Bertrand Russell from the Foundation’s teaching staff resulted in a lawsuit brought and won by Russell. To state his side of the case, Barnes published a pamphlet, Bertrand Russell v. Democracy and Education. In 1945, Barnes wrote two pamphlets, Sabotage of Public Education in Philadelphia and Whitewash: Board of Education Style, in response to a brochure published by the Philadelphia Board of Education.

CHARITY

Publicly, Barnes’s belligerent temperament and vituperative language were as renowned as his art collection but, for those who knew him personally, he was a caring man, kind-hearted and exceedingly generous. While records in the Barnes Foundation Archives have uncovered the many anonymous monetary contributions that Barnes made to major organizations over the years, his gifts during the Great Depression of the 1930s were of a more specific nature. He gave generously to organizations such as the Seeing Eye to provide training for guide dogs for the blind, to the Tindley Temple in Philadelphia to provide food for the poor, and commissioned and donated a memorial sculpture of a firefighter to the Narberth Fire Company. At the onset of the Second World War, Barnes offered to support twenty European orphans for the duration and, later, donated crops grown at Ker-Feal to support the war effort. When Barnes, along with many other Americans, became aware of the war’s devastation in Europe, he sent monthly food parcels to his friends in Port-Manec’h, and food and books to Leo and Nina Stein in Italy.

Barnes also continued to support young African American artists and musicians with scholarships to study at the Foundation. At the suggestion of Charles S. Johnson, he admitted artists Gwendolyn Bennett and Aaron Douglas (1898 – 1979) as scholarship students in 1928. Douglas continued to illustrate books and paint murals before leaving to study and work in Paris. Barnes gave scholarships to singers James Boxwill and Florence Owens to study at the Foundation, and also provided funding for violinist David Auld to study at the Juilliard School, and for singer Lillian G. Hall to attend the Westminster Choir College in New Jersey. In 1943, Barnes sent California musician Ablyne Lockhart into the Deep South to become acquainted with “her roots.” Lockhart sent Barnes vivid descriptions of her trip which included transcriptions of the spirituals she heard while visiting St. Helena Island in South Carolina.

Dr. Barnes’s support of African Americans extended beyond the cultural disciplines. As early as 1917, Barnes helped his African American workers buy houses in Philadelphia, later proposing to even build some of them himself. In the early 1930s, he provided a fellowship for Philadelphia physician DeHaven Hinkson to study gynecology in Paris. He also paid for the education of Louis and Gladys Dent, the children of Jeannette M. Dent, widow of an A.C. Barnes Company employee, at the Manual Training and Industrial School for Youth in New Jersey, an example of his abiding commitment to his employees and their families.

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY

In 1947, Barnes made a donation to Lincoln University, a small, historically black college located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, to help their most needy students. Barnes and Lincoln’s president, Horace Mann Bond (1904 – 1972), developed a professional yet cordial relationship, one that led the university to offer Barnes a Lectureship in Art at Lincoln. After many failed attempts to form an association with the University of Pennsylvania, Barnes wrote to Bond saying, “I was so overwhelmed with joy and with admiration at the ease with which you disposed of the work and worry that face me in the future, that I danced the cancan.”(36) Despite his enthusiasm for the offer, however, Barnes made a counter proposal: an afternoon class for Lincoln University students at the Foundation. Barnes also amended the Foundation by-laws so that, eventually, Lincoln’s board of trustees would nominate four of the five trustees of the Barnes Foundation. On June 5, 1951, Lincoln University awarded Barnes the honorary degree of Doctor of Science.

On the afternoon of July 24, 1951, with Fidèle sitting at his side, Barnes set out from Ker-Feal for an appointment at the Foundation in Merion. On a rural road in Chester County, a truck slammed into Barnes’s automobile, killing Dr. Barnes instantly and so horribly injuring Fidèle that he had to be put down by a police officer.

End Notes
1. Albert C. Barnes to Alice Dewey, September 20, 1920, ACB Correspondence.
2. Ibid.
3. Albert C. Barnes to Charles S. Johnson, March 15, 1926, and Albert C. Barnes to Ralph Bunch, March 12, 1951, ACB Correspondence. Barnes claimed to be either six or eight years old when he attended these camp meetings in New Jersey, most likely accompanied by his mother.
4. Warner Fite to Albert C. Barnes, March 26, 1942, ACB Correspondence. Testimony to the neighborhood’s rough nature is substantiated in this letter from Fite, one of Barnes’s old school chums.
5. Richard Wattenmaker, “Dr. Barnes and The Barnes Foundation” in Great French Paintings from The Barnes Foundation, (New York : Alfred K. Knopf, 1993), 4. Barnes said that he volunteered at the State Hospital for the Insane in Warren, Pa., after reading William James and Pierre Janet. It appears that he was not an intern there. See Albert C. Barnes to Warner Fite, October 14, 1946, ACB Correspondence.
6. Albert C. Barnes to Alice Dewey, September 20, 1920, ACB Correspondence.
7. Ibid. See also Albert C. Barnes to Alfred Hand, June 30, 1947, ACB Correspondence. Barnes stated the title of his research: “Concerning Certain Morphine Derivatives and Their Points of Activity in the Central Nervous System.”
8. Albert C. Barnes to Herman Hille, February 5, 1907, ACB Correspondence.
9. Albert C. Barnes to Herman Hille, April 12, 1907, ACB Correspondence.
10. Albert C. Barnes to Wendell P. Bush, January 30, 1923, ACB Correspondence.
11. Albert C. Barnes to Harry Salpeter, February 11, 1937, ACB Correspondence.
12. Albert C. Barnes to Alfred Henry Maurer, July 12, 1912, ACB Correspondence.
13. Albert C. Barnes to Robert von Moschzisker, October 13, 1917, ACB Correspondence.
14. Charles S. Johnson to Nelle E. Mullen, June 3, 1924, and Charles S. Johnson to Nelle E. Mullen, June 7, 1924, ACB Correspondence.
15. Carter Godwin Woodson to Albert C. Barnes, April 7, 1924, ACB Correspondence.
16. Note from Barnes found in Laurence Buermeyer correspondence entitled: Job No. 2, September 1, 1923, ACB Correspondence.
17. Laurence Buermeyer to Albert C. Barnes, August 31, 1924, ACB Correspondence.
18. Albert C. Barnes to Laurence Buermeyer, December 8, 1922, ACB Correspondence.
19. Unidentified correspondent to Paul Guillaume, March 20, 1925, ACB Correspondence.
20. Ibid.
21. Albert C. Barnes to Leopold Stokowski, March 18, 1925, ACB Correspondence.
22. Leopold Stokowski to Albert C. Barnes, March 8, 1925, ACB Correspondence.
23. Albert C. Barnes to Henry T. Moore, October 16, 1950, ACB Correspondence.
24. Albert C. Barnes to Ralph Bunch, March 12, 1951, ACB Correspondence. See also Albert C. Barnes to Charles S. Johnson, March 15, 1926, in which Barnes said he was six years old when he went to a camp meeting in Merchantville, NJ., ACB Correspondence.
25. Albert C. Barnes to Charles S. Johnson, March 30, 1926, ACB Correspondence.
26. Albert C. Barnes to John Dewey, February 13, 1923, ACB Correspondence.
27. Essay found in correspondence between Albert C. Barnes and John H. McClatchy, 1922, ACB Correspondence.
28. See the historical notes included in finding aids for the manuscript collections in the Barnes Foundation Archives.
29. Albert C. Barnes to Henri Matisse, February 10, [1931], ACB Correspondence.
30. Telegram, Henri Matisse to Albert C. Barnes, September 20, 1930, ACB Correspondence.
31. Albert C. Barnes to Leo Stein, April 16, 1946, ACB Correspondence. For evidence of Barnes’s purchase of art by Matisse from Gertrude Stein, see also Albert C. Barnes to George Biddle, June 27, 1940, ACB Correspondence.
32. Albert C. Barnes to Stuart Davis, April 1, 1942, ACB Correspondence.
33. Albert C. Barnes to Georges Keller, September 30, 1937, ACB Correspondence.
34. See Albert C. Barnes, Last Will and Testament, October 6, 1944. In regard to his collection at Ker-Feal and his plans to develop the site as an additional educational institution, see Albert C. Barnes to J. F. Otwell, October 31, 1941, ACB Correspondence.
35. See essays found in correspondence with House & Garden, 1942, ACB Correspondence.
36. Albert C. Barnes to Horace Mann Bond, August 21, 1950, ACB Correspondence.


Scope and Content

The correspondence of Albert C. Barnes consists of 125.5 linear feet of letters, cards, notes, telegrams, and enclosures such as mailing lists, lecture notes, song sheets, postcards, invitations, exhibition catalogues, drawings, pamphlets, legal papers, news clippings, recipes, and photographs. The order of the correspondence has been maintained as it was found in 2001, arranged chronologically and alphabetically within the year. It is likely that this arrangement is the one used by Dr. Barnes and his staff. Items clearly misfiled or not attached to correspondence such as folders containing only financial receipts or writings have been removed. Because Barnes and his staff saved and filed both letters received as well as carbon copies of Barnes’s responses, they captured historic “conversations,” dialogues that offer a rich insight into the relationships that Barnes maintained with physicians, artists, art dealers, scholars, collectors, publishers, museum directors, and politicians.

The earliest correspondence, which begins in 1902, documents the activities of Barnes’s business partnership, Barnes and Hille. This correspondence includes chemical formulas and letters from physicians, many from abroad, expressing support for the efficacy of Argyrol. Lengthy hand-written letters between Barnes and his partner, Hermann Hille, as well as correspondence with Barnes’s lawyer, John G. Johnson, reveal the details leading up to the dissolution of their partnership in 1908.

Evidence of the success of Barnes’s subsequent business, the A.C. Barnes Company, is found in correspondence with brokerage firms and banks such as N.W. Halsey & Co., the National City Company, the Chatham Phenix National Bank and Trust, and Halsey, Stuart & Co. which includes legal opinions and other financial papers regarding investment bonds, and also in the receipts for expensive automobiles, gifts of fine jewelry, and purchases of silver, clocks, and other select furnishings for his estate, “Lauraston.” Barnes’s long-term financial relationship with the Girard Trust Company began in 1908 and continued until 1950.

Letters, notes, and receipts from artists and dealers provide rich provenance for the acquisition of Barnes’s art collection. Beginning in 1912, the correspondents include artists William J. Glackens, Charles Demuth, Maurice and Charles Prendergast, and Alfred Maurer, and art dealers Durand-Ruel, E. Druet, Etienne Bignou, and M. Knoedler.

Dr. Barnes maintained a long-lived and intense relationship with collector Leo Stein. Their correspondence began in 1912, the same year that Barnes began seriously collecting fine art, and continued until Stein’s death in 1947. Barnes’s relationship with Leo Stein was both professional and personal. In their letters, they shared their views on art, reviewed each other’s writings, and argued intensely – one letter from Stein remains as yet unopened as a result of Barnes’s pique.

The correspondence with American philosopher and educator John Dewey is perhaps the most extensive in the collection. Barnes began writing to Dewey in 1917, a correspondence that continued until Barnes’s death in 1951. Their early letters reflect a formal student/teacher relationship and include discussions about psychology, philosophy, experiments such as the “Polish study” undertaken in Philadelphia in 1918 which examined the social attitudes of an immigrant community, and their own writings as well as those of others. Over the years, the correspondence reveals the growth of a warm friendship replete with humor, travel stories, and gossip about mutual friends. More important, the Barnes/Dewey correspondence contains discussions about their evolving views on education and democracy, the fundamental principles of the Barnes Foundation.

The correspondence from 1922 to 1929 reflects Barnes’s dual role as president of both the Barnes Foundation and his business, the A.C. Barnes Company. Included in this correspondence are tax papers, references to personnel, and also legal papers drawn up by Barnes’s lawyer, future Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts, regarding the indenture and by-laws of the Foundation and its original trustees and directors. Barnes and Roberts, who eventually became Chester County neighbors in the 1940s, continued to correspond regarding legal and personal matters until 1950.

The correspondence throughout the 1920s provides comprehensive documentation of the planning for the Barnes Foundation itself: its conception and the construction of its buildings. Barnes’s detailed correspondence with architect Paul Philippe Cret includes the technical aspects of construction such as lists of sub-contractors, cost estimates, discussions regarding building stone and roofing materials, and suggestions for the placement of the Foundation buildings within an established arboretum. Cret’s files also include correspondence between himself and artist Jacques Lipchitz, who created the bas-reliefs decorating the exterior of the buildings, as well as plans and drawings for a tea house, and a graphite and colored pencil drawing of the portico of the Gallery building depicting the African design elements in its tiled decoration.

The activities of the early years of the Barnes Foundation – its staff, teachers and students, educational curriculum, European tours, and book and journal publications – are also well documented in this correspondence. Included are Barnes’s letters to educators and scholars such as Laurence Buermeyer and Thomas Munro. While Buermeyer’s name may not have the same resonance as others who wrote to Barnes, their correspondence from 1915 to 1951 contains letters, notes, copy edited drafts, and re-written chapters, clearly demonstrating his vast contribution to the Foundation’s publications including its primary text, the Art in Painting (1925).

Insight into Barnes’s hopes for the Foundation, and his problems and decisions regarding the construction of the buildings are also found in correspondence with Paris art collector and dealer Paul Guillaume. This correspondence is one of the only collections of Guillaume’s letters extant, spanning ten years beginning in 1922. Their letters, in French and English, cover a wide range of subjects such as negotiations with dealers, gossip from Paris, and health and family issues. Barnes’s acquisition of Modern art and his extensive collection of African art is documented by their letters, notes, lists of purchased artwork, receipts, and shipping statements.

Evidence of Barnes’s keen affinity for African American art and culture is found in his correspondence with Charles S. Johnson, Alain Locke, and James Weldon Johnson, as well as his many anonymous donations to African American organizations such as the NAACP, the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, the Armstrong Association, and the National Urban League’s journal, Opportunity. Correspondence with the Manual and Industrial Training School for Youth in Bordentown, New Jersey, highlights Barnes’s love of African American music and includes invitations to concerts performed by its Bordentown Choir in the Foundation’s Gallery. Letters with music director and composer Frederick J. Work include song lists, lyrics, references to music scholarships provided for Work and several of his students, guest lists, and menus and receipts for lunches and Sunday suppers at the Foundation.

In 1929, Barnes sold the A.C. Barnes Company to the Zonite Products Corporation. Files from both companies include letters and legal papers regarding the Zonite label and the trademark for Argyrol, Barnes’s resignation as president of the A.C. Barnes Company, and his waiver for the sale and transfer of his stock.

From 1930 to 1939, the correspondence tracks Barnes’s activities as president of the Barnes Foundation as well as his work as an author, lecturer, benefactor, and art collector. Barnes’s correspondence from this period contains letters from artists such as Jules Pascin, Georgia O’Keeffe, Giorgio de Chirico, and photographer Carl Van Vechten. Further documentation regarding the provenance of the art collection can be found in letters, invitations, exhibition catalogues, receipts, and shipping statements from art dealers such as Pierre Matisse, Alfred Stieglitz, Galerie Barbazanges, Paul Rosenberg, Tetzun-Lund, Caroll Carstairs, and Kraushaar Galleries.

Correspondence with Henri Matisse regarding the commission for The Dance mural (2001.25.50) installed in the Main Gallery includes their financial agreement, notes, and letters in French with some translations. Matisse also included sketches describing the placement for his paintings, Three Sisters (BF25, 363, 888), in the Gallery. Barnes and Matisse corresponded from 1930 until 1950.

Correspondence during the 1930s also documents Barnes’s travels to Europe to conduct research at museums and galleries for the Foundation’s books. Included are letters, notes, and drafts from members of the Foundation staff which support the manuscript collections found in the archives for the Foundation’s book publications, The French Primitives and Their Forms (1931), The Art of Henri-Matisse (1933), The Art of Renoir (1935), and The Art of Cézanne (1939).

Records reflecting Barnes’s inclusion of Native American art in the collection can be found in correspondence in the early 1930s with Western American art dealers which include receipts for jewelry, pottery, and textiles. By the end of the decade, correspondence with antique dealers such as Stony Batter Antique Exchange, Robert Burkhardt, Ellen Penrose, A. J. Pennypacker, and Clarence Ulrich contains letters, price lists, and receipts documenting Barnes’s additional acquisitions of American decorative arts and fine crafts such as Pennsylvania German chests, chairs, ironwork, brass, tin, copper, ceramics, pewter, textiles, and glass.

The correspondence from 1940 until Barnes’s death in 1951 documents the purchase of Barnes’s country home, Ker-Feal, in Chester County, the hiring – and firing – of English philosopher Bertrand Russell to teach at the Foundation, Barnes’s charitable activities during the Second World War, and continued efforts to create a link between the Barnes Foundation and an established university.

In 1942 alone, over 1,800 correspondents from across the country responded to magazine articles published about Barnes – one in House & Garden and a four part series in the Saturday Evening Post. Included in this year are the letters, notes, and drafts of essays written by Barnes and Violette de Mazia which were submitted to the editorial staff of House & Garden describing the educational purpose of the American decorative art collection displayed at Ker-Feal.

Correspondence from the 1940s includes plans and proposals documenting the expansion of Ker-Feal’s main house by the architectural firm Kneedler, Mirick and Zantzinger. Additional provenance regarding the collection at Ker-Feal can be found in letters discussing the authenticity of antique furniture, lists of purchases, and receipts from local dealers such as Hattie Klapp Brunner, Charles M. Heffner, Charles Vandeveer, Helena Penrose, and Joseph K. Kindig.

Evidence of Barnes’s support of the war effort during the Second World War can be found within correspondence and forms filed with the United States Office of Price Administration regarding gasoline rationing and the donation of crops grown at Ker-Feal. Correspondence with Fraser, Morris Co. and CARE includes pamphlets, price lists, brochures, and receipts for food and clothing parcels that Barnes purchased and sent to his friends in Europe. This correspondence also includes letters from former Foundation students-turned-soldiers as well as many others service men who wrote to Barnes from all over the world.

Barnes’s growing interest in Lincoln University, a historically black college located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, culminated in 1950 with the formation of an association between the two educational institutions. Correspondence with the university includes letters between Lincoln’s president, Horace Mann Bond, and Barnes, evidence of Barnes’s donation to help needy African students, an offer made to Barnes to join the Lincoln faculty, plans for a class at the Foundation for Lincoln students, the design of an art course to be taught in tandem by the two institutions, and Barnes’s acceptance of an honorary degree from the university.

The collection includes correspondence received by the Foundation over the months following Barnes’s death in 1951, letters mostly from students wishing to continue their studies in the fall of that year, and financial records regarding insurance and the Foundation’s pension fund. However, letters of condolence addressed to Mrs. Barnes in 1951 were removed. Correspondence of the Barnes Foundation from 1952 onwards can be found in the records of the Central File and other record groups.


Subject Terms

Personal Names:

Barnes, Laura L., 1875 - 1966
Bignou, Etienne
Bond, Horace Mann, 1904 - 1972
Buermeyer, Laurence, 1889 - 1970
Cézanne, Paul, 1839 - 1906
Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876 - 1945
De Mazia, Violette, 1899 - 1988
Demuth, Charles, 1883 - 1935
Dewey, John, 1859 - 1952
Glackens, William J., 1870 - 1938
Hart, Henry, 1903 -
Hille, Hermann
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon, 1893 - 1956
Johnson, John Graver, 1841 - 1917
Keller, Georges F. (Georges Frédéric), 1899 - 1981
Lipchitz, Jacques, 1891 - 1973
Matisse, Henri, 1869 - 1954
Matisse, Pierre, 1900 - 1989
Maurer, Alfred Henry, 1869 - 1932
Morgan, Barbara Brooks, 1900 - 1992
Mullen, Mary, 1875 - 1957
Mullen, Nelle E., 1884 - 1967
Munro, Thomas, 1897 - 1974
O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1887 - 1986
Pinto, Angelo, 1908 - 1994
Prendergast, Charles, 1863 - 1948
Prendergast, Maurice, 1858 - 1924
Renoir, August, 1841 - 1919
Roberts, Owen J. (Owen Josephus), 1875 - 1955
Russell, Bertrand, 1872 - 1970
Soutine, Chaim, 1893 - 1943
Stein, Leo, 1862 - 1947
Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864 - 1946
Vollard, Ambroise, 1867 - 1939
Wilson, Joseph Lapsley, 1844 - 1928
Work, Frederick J., 1880 - 1942

Institutions:

A.C. Barnes Company
Barnes and Hille
Barnes Foundation
Bignou Gallery (New York, N.Y.)
Carlen Galleries
Etienne Bignou (Paris, France)
Galerie Durand-Ruel
Girard Trust Company
Kneedler, Mirick, and Zantzinger
Lincoln University (Pa.)
Manual Training and Industrial School for Youth (Bordentown, N.J.)
University of Pennsylvania

Subjects:

Aesthetics - Study and teaching
African Americans
Art - Private collections - Pennsylvania - Merion
Art - Study and teaching
Art museums - Pennsylvania - Merion
Art schools - Pennsylvania - Merion
Concerts
Medicine
Music
Pragmatism
Psychology and art
Visual literacy

Places:

Lower Merion (Pa. : Township)
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Port Manec'h (France)

Form and Genre Terms:

Administrative records
Clippings
Correspondence
Essays
Pamphlets
Photographs
Postcards
Telegrams


Inventory

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series 1. Correspondence
Dates: 1902 - 1951
Extent: 125.5 linear feet
Arrangement:
Arranged by year, then within year by correspondent name.
Folder Title Date Extent Folder Notes



1902

Behrend, Moses 1902 1 Folder(s)
Cushing, Arthur R. 1902 1 Folder(s)
Stewart, F. E. (Francis Edward) 1902 1 Folder(s)



1903

Campbell, Colin 1903 1 Folder(s)
Darier, A. (Armand) 1903 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Form Letter to Physicians 1903 1 Folder(s) Letter from Barnes to various physicians regarding his published paper on Ovoferrin, and requesting physicians try Ovoferrin. Includes notes on reverse regarding Ovoferrin stock on hand and sales.
Purdy, J. S. 1903 1 Folder(s)
Shoemaker, John V. (John Vietch) 1903 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from W. S. Fullerton to Shoemaker.
Stephenson, Sydney 1903 1 Folder(s)



1904

Carpenter, George 1904 1 Folder(s)
Christian, H. M. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Church, Archibald 1904 1 Folder(s)
Darier, A. (Armand) 1904 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1904 1 Folder(s)
Horwitz, Orville 1904 1 Folder(s)
Howard, G. C. C. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Kevin, Robert Oliver 1904 1 Folder(s)
Klemperer, N. F. 1904 1 Folder(s) In German.
Lirard, Nestor 1904 1 Folder(s)
Long, M. R. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Louse, H. B. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Murrell, William 1904 3 Folder(s)
Purdy, J. S. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Putnam, William E. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Reynolds, Henry D. 1904 1 Folder(s)
Schram, Max 1904 1 Folder(s) In German.
Smith, R. Travers 1904 1 Folder(s)
Stephenson, Sydney 1904 1 Folder(s)
Stockman, Ralph 1904 1 Folder(s)
Thorp, Albert E. 1904 1 Folder(s)
White, George B. 1904 1 Folder(s) Includes request for clinical study on Ovoferrin.
Wood, Horatio C. (Horatio Charles) 1904 1 Folder(s)



1905

Barnes and Hille 1905 1 Folder(s)
Church, Archibald 1905 1 Folder(s)
Darier, A. (Armand) 1905 1 Folder(s) In English and French.
Eckstein, Herman 1905 1 Folder(s)
Frankel, Sigmund 1905 1 Folder(s) In German.
Goebel, Frederic 1905 1 Folder(s)
Gorfing, A. 1905 1 Folder(s)
H.C. Lowden & Sons 1905 1 Folder(s)
Hake, H. Wilson 1905 1 Folder(s)
Hille, Hermann 1905 1 Folder(s)
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1905 1 Folder(s)
Klemperer, N. F. 1905 1 Folder(s) In German.
Klingmuller, ---- 1905 1 Folder(s) In German.
Lloyd Garett Company 1905 1 Folder(s) In German.
Murrell, William 1905 4 Folder(s)
Purdy, J. S. 1905 1 Folder(s)
Ruane & Bayley 1905 1 Folder(s)
Schram, Max 1905 1 Folder(s) In German.
Stephenson, Sydney 1905 1 Folder(s) In English and French.
Sulzer & Co. 1905 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H.W. Quick & Bro. 1905 1 Folder(s)



1906

Barnes and Hille 1906 1 Folder(s)
Darier, A. (Armand) 1906 1 Folder(s)
Marshall, John 1906 1 Folder(s)
Schram, Max 1906 1 Folder(s) In German.
Stephenson, Sydney 1906 1 Folder(s)



1907

Barnes and Hille 1907 1 Folder(s) Includes reference to trademark, the manufacture of abnormal Argyrol, and report of work done by Hermann Hille in 1907.
Braun, Will. C. 1907 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1907 1 Folder(s) Includes trademark registration dates of Argyrol and Ovoferrin in England, France, and Germany.
Hille, Hermann 1907 3 Folder(s) Includes correspondence between Barnes and Hille regarding dispute over terms of their partnership.
Purdy, J. S. 1907 1 Folder(s)
Stephenson, Sydney 1907 1 Folder(s)



1908

Angier, George M. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Auto Equipment Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Automobile Sales Company 1908 1 Folder(s)
Clark, C. H. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Clarke, George M. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Colgan, R. A. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Degerberg, P. N. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Doriss and Swan 1908 1 Folder(s)
Employer's Indemnity Company of Philadelphia 1908 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1908 1 Folder(s)
Focht, Fred W. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1908 1 Folder(s)
Graham & Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
H.F. Bachmann & Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1908 1 Folder(s)
Higgins, Ambrose 1908 1 Folder(s)
Hoffecker Company 1908 1 Folder(s)
Hopple & Buckman 1908 1 Folder(s)
Hotel Astor (New York, N.Y.) 1908 1 Folder(s)
James S. Wilson & Son 1908 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1908 1 Folder(s) Includes reference to a copy of the dissolution of the partnership with Hermann Hille.
Keim & Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Kirk, Chester H. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Kullmer, Charles J. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Leeming, Woodruff 1908 1 Folder(s)
Naar, Manfred 1908 1 Folder(s)
Neilands, John 1908 1 Folder(s)
Patton, Thomas R. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Paul, A. J. Drexel (Anthony Joseph Drexel) 1908 1 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Peal & Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1908 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities 1908 1 Folder(s)
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1908 1 Folder(s)
Quaker City Automobile Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
R.E. Robinson & Co. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Rebre, Vogel, & Carlin 1908 1 Folder(s)
Reynolds, Henry D. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Ross, C. H. (Carlyle Howarth) 1908 1 Folder(s)
Tindle, James R. 1908 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, W. C. 1908 1 Folder(s)



1909

A.B. Mathews & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Ackerman, Albert 1909 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Auto Equipment Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Automobile Sales Corporation 1909 1 Folder(s)
B. Altman & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Bingham, G. F. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Black Diamond Coal Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Bond, St. George 1909 1 Folder(s)
Bowen, A. H. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Broad Street Top Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
C.H. Metz 1909 1 Folder(s)
Cafe Martin 1909 1 Folder(s)
Carnegie, T. Morrison 1909 1 Folder(s)
Chandler Brothers and Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Clothier, Isaac H. (Isaac Hallowell) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Congress Annex Hotel 1909 1 Folder(s)
Davis, A. Edward 1909 1 Folder(s)
Davis, Hewey W. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Diamond Rubber Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Donaldson, James 1909 1 Folder(s)
Doriss and Swan 1909 1 Folder(s)
Duncan, Captain Hayes H. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Duvall, A. W. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Dyer, Fred 1909 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Hedden 1909 1 Folder(s)
Employer's Indemnity Company of Philadelphia 1909 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1909 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1909 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Globe Sales Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Graham & Co. 1909 2 Folder(s)
Greenwell, John 1909 1 Folder(s)
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1909 1 Folder(s)
Harris, William J. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hartford Suspension Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hawkins, Alfred L. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Henry Clayton & Brother 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hoffecker Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hoover, C. F. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hotel Astor (New York, N.Y.) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hough, Mary Antoinette 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hub Cycle Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Hutchison, James P. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1909 1 Folder(s)
Kane, J. A. Bayard 1909 1 Folder(s)
Kerr, William M. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Kirk, Chester H. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Kronfeld, Saunders & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Le Boutillier, Homer 1909 2 Folder(s)
Leonard, R. M. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Bransford 1909 1 Folder(s)
Locke, W. Ellwood 1909 1 Folder(s)
Longstreth Motor Car Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Marshall, John 1909 1 Folder(s)
Martin, Warren F. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Maucher, A. C. 1909 1 Folder(s)
McAvoy, Charles D. 1909 1 Folder(s)
McCloskey, John 1909 1 Folder(s)
McCormick, Laurence 1909 1 Folder(s)
McGill, W. E. 1909 1 Folder(s)
McMenamin, George 1909 1 Folder(s)
Merck & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Mitchell, Charles F. 1909 1 Folder(s) Includes bill for "service in re fall from horse."
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Neeley, Mrs. M. E. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Paul, A. J. Drexel (Anthony Joseph Drexel) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Peal & Co. 1909 2 Folder(s)
Pechni, Mrs. John R. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1909 1 Folder(s)
Phi Gamma Delta. Beta Chapter (University of Pennsylvania) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Real Estate Trust Company of Philadelphia 1909 1 Folder(s)
Reynolds, Henry D. 1909 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Blamey Stevens of the Alaska Development Co. to Dr. Barnes regarding the mental health of Herbert Reynolds.
Roach, Walter S. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, Biddle & Benedict 1909 1 Folder(s)
Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club 1909 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Maurice Bower 1909 1 Folder(s)
Schram, Max 1909 1 Folder(s) In German.
Scott, John R. K. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Shull, D.F. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, Edith E. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, James 1909 1 Folder(s)
Thomson & Wentz 1909 1 Folder(s) Includes a hand drawn map of property near Radnor Hunt Club.
Tighe, John 1909 1 Folder(s)
Tindle, James R. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Trachsel, John C. F. 1909 2 Folder(s)
Traymore Hotel (Atlantic City, N.J.) 1909 1 Folder(s) Includes hotel floor plan.
Union League of Philadelphia 1909 1 Folder(s)
Urie, S. E. 1909 1 Folder(s)
W. H. Steigerwalt 1909 1 Folder(s)
Waltham Manufacturing Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Welker, William H. (William Henry) 1909 1 Folder(s)
Whitemarsh Valley Country Club 1909 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, W. C. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1909 1 Folder(s)
Wurtz, Dulles & Co. 1909 1 Folder(s)



1910

A.B. Mathews & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
A.F. Bornot & Brother 1910 1 Folder(s)
Adams, John W. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Argydide Chemical Company to Charles Paine.
Atlantic Refining Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Auto Equipment Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Automobile Sales Corporation 1910 1 Folder(s)
B. Altman & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Robert G. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Bond, St. George 1910 1 Folder(s)
Boyle, Mary 1910 1 Folder(s)
Broad Street Top Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Brooks, Macy 1910 1 Folder(s)
Bryn Mawr Polo Club 1910 1 Folder(s)
Clarke, George M. 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes letter concerning the John D. Park & Sons lawsuit against members of the National Wholesale Druggists' Association.
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Comley, Rowland 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding building an addition to the St. Charles Hotel in Atlantic City.
Degerberg, P. N. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Delbert, Simon Jr. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Donaldson, James 1910 1 Folder(s)
Doriss and Swan 1910 1 Folder(s)
Dubied, Edward 1910 1 Folder(s)
Dunn, John 1910 1 Folder(s)
E.A. Condax & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Edwin R. Dodge 1910 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1910 1 Folder(s)
Fitch, E. H. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Foutz, R. C. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Gallager, Frances G. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Geist, C. H. 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding the St. Charles Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Giffen, Nathan F. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Graham & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Greenwell & Dornan 1910 1 Folder(s)
H---, ---- 1910 1 Folder(s) Envelope marked "original receipted bill."
H.A. Weyman & Son 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from E. D. Taylor to "Bert."
Haines, Newlin 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hamann, C. A. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hambright, Clyde 1910 1 Folder(s)
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding the "Murphy property" in Saint Davids (Pa.)
Hare, H. A. (Hobart Armory) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Harris, Wm. J. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hawkins, Alfred L. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Henry C. Blair Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hill, Francis J. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Hoffecker Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Jockey Club (New York, N.Y.) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Kane, J. A. Bayard 1910 1 Folder(s)
Kennedy, Horace 1910 1 Folder(s)
Keppel, David 1910 1 Folder(s)
Kerr, William M. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Kronfeld, Saunders & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding a bill from Peal & Co.
Leary, Stuart & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Bransford 1910 1 Folder(s)
Lyman Tire & Rubber Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Macy's (Firm) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1910 1 Folder(s)
Maucher, A. C. 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes brochure for the Hydro-Carbon Distilling Company.
McCalla, Theodore H. 1910 1 Folder(s)
McGavock, J. H. 1910 1 Folder(s)
McMenamin, George 1910 1 Folder(s)
Media Carriage Manufacturing Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Middletown (Bucks County, Pa. : Township) 1910 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1910 4 Folder(s)
Neeley, Morris E. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Ogelsby, William P. 1910 1 Folder(s)
P.H. Doerle 1910 1 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Peal & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Penn Auto Supply Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Phi Gamma Delta Club (New York, N.Y.) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia, Bala and Bryn Mawr Turnpike Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Plaut, Albert 1910 1 Folder(s)
Pullman Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Reber, Wendell 1910 1 Folder(s)
Reeves, Mary 1910 1 Folder(s)
Renault Freres Selling Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
Rhoads, J. Howard 1910 1 Folder(s)
Rodgers, R. T. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Rolin, William A. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club 1910 2 Folder(s)
Rust, Elmer P. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Salus, Joseph W. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Samuel T. Freeman & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Maurice Bower 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding an agreement with George M. Angier.
Schamberg, Jay Frank 1910 1 Folder(s)
Scott, John R. K. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Seeley, Morris E. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Shriver, Bartlett & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Broad Street Top Co.
Sports of the Times: The Journal of Outdoor America 1910 1 Folder(s)
Stephenson, Sydney 1910 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, James 1910 1 Folder(s)
Thomson & Wentz 1910 1 Folder(s)
Tucker, Russell E. 1910 1 Folder(s) Letter is addressed to W. Ellwood Locke of the Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club.
Tull, Samuel P. 1910 1 Folder(s) Regarding the "Murphy property" in Saint Davids (Pa.)
Vermont Marble Company 1910 1 Folder(s)
W.H. Steigerwalt 1910 1 Folder(s)
Wallace, D. L. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Waller, D. M. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Walter C. Stokes & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Ward, J. L. 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Ward to Sydney Stephenson.
Welch, Ben T. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Welker, William H. (William Henry) 1910 1 Folder(s)
Western Saving Fund Society 1910 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, W. C. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1910 1 Folder(s)
Wurts, Dulles & Co. 1910 1 Folder(s) Includes prospectus for River Improvement Bonds, Kaw Valley Drainage District, Kansas.



1911

A.B. Mathews & Co. 1911 2 Folder(s)
Adams, John W. 1911 1 Folder(s)
American Surety Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Atlantic Refining Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Auto Equipment Co. 1911 2 Folder(s)
Automobile Sales Corporation 1911 1 Folder(s)
Bala Hardware Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Robert G. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Bertron, Griscom & Jenks 1911 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Clement Restein Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Cooper & Holt 1911 1 Folder(s)
Coyle, Joseph H. Jr. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Diamond Rubber Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Dohan, Charles A. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Doriss and Swan 1911 1 Folder(s)
Drug & Chemical Club 1911 1 Folder(s)
Dunn, John 1911 1 Folder(s)
Edward B. Smith & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Empire Tire Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Employer's Indemnity Company of Philadelphia 1911 1 Folder(s) Includes description of auto accident and settlement of case, George Hatfield vs. A.C. Barnes.
Epple & Creed 1911 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1911 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1911 1 Folder(s) Regarding furniture purchases from Cooper & Holt.
Fetterolf, D. W. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Folds & Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
G. Walter Zahm & Bro. 1911 1 Folder(s)
General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Goodman's Sons and Company 1911 1 Folder(s) Regarding Watson's Annals History of Greater Philadelphia.
Gorham Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Graham & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hale & Kilburn Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hawkins, Alfred L. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Henry & West 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hipple, William P. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hirst, Barton Cooke 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hoffecker Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hollenbach, H. G. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Rev. John J. 1911 1 Folder(s)
International News Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
J.A. Patterson Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1911 1 Folder(s)
Kronfeld, Saunders & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Leary, Stuart & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Lyman Tire & Rubber Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Macy's (Firm) 1911 1 Folder(s)
Manning & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
McLaughlin, W. A. 1911 1 Folder(s)
McMenamin, George 1911 1 Folder(s)
Middleton and Blakeley 1911 1 Folder(s) Regarding legal issues with Diamond Rubber Company.
Mowrer Bros. 1911 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1911 4 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Peal & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Penn Auto Supply Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania State Highway Commissioner 1911 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia, Bala and Bryn Mawr Turnpike Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Pinkerton, Samuel 1911 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1911 1 Folder(s)
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1911 1 Folder(s)
Quinn, Chris 1911 1 Folder(s) Letter is stamped by Girard Trust Company.
R.M. Stinson & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Reichner, H. D. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Rhoads, J. Howard 1911 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1911 1 Folder(s)
Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club 1911 1 Folder(s)
Sabberton, E. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Stephenson, Sydney 1911 1 Folder(s)
Stupka, Walter 1911 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, Edith E. 1911 1 Folder(s) Refers to payments for foreign language translations.
Tiffany and Company 1911 1 Folder(s)
Trachsel, John C. F. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Tunis, Thomas R. 1911 1 Folder(s)
U.S. Motor Tire Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co. 1911 1 Folder(s) Includes printed brochure for the company.
West, W. Howard 1911 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from the Jockey Club to West.
William A. Craig & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Woodward, F. J. 1911 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1911 1 Folder(s) Written on A. C. Maucher's stationary.
Wurts, Dulles & Co. 1911 1 Folder(s)



1912

American Express Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
American Radiator Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Anderson Galleries, Inc. 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to a sketch by Jean-Baptist-Camille Corot.
Angier, George M. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Automobile Sales Corporation 1912 1 Folder(s)
Badger, William H., Jr. 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to purchase of five acres on Latch's Lane belonging to the John B. Townsend Estate.
Barber, John 1912 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Robert G. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Robert W. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Barnes, Charles W. 1912 1 Folder(s) Letter regarding estate of Lydia Schaffer Barnes.
Barnes, John J. 1912 1 Folder(s) Includes receipt from Barnes's father, John J. Barnes, and notice from Francis F. Eastlack, lawyer, in regard to the estate of Lydia Schaffer Barnes.
Bonnard, Pierre 1912 1 Folder(s) In French.
Boon & Sample 1912 1 Folder(s)
Boswell, Charles M. 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to a donation made to State College Church (State College, Pa.).
Boyd, David Knickerbacker 1912 1 Folder(s)
Broad Street Top Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Brooks, Edward 1912 1 Folder(s)
Carrigan, William S. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Charles Scribner's Sons 1912 1 Folder(s)
Chase, William M. 1912 1 Folder(s) Includes receipt from the American Art Galleries.
Chatman, A. C. 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding George W. Little.
Clement Restein Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Crane Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
D.H. Kyle & Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Davies, Turner & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Day & Meyer 1912 1 Folder(s)
Doriss and Swan 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to Lloyd's of London insurance policy on several paintings.
Drexel & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding Morgan, Harjes & Co. account.
Druckenmiller & Williams 1912 1 Folder(s)
Duhring and Howe 1912 1 Folder(s)
E---, Ben 1912 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Heddon 1912 1 Folder(s)
Eastlack, Francis F. 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding plans for the estate of John J. Barnes.
Eckfeldt, John W. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Eckstein, Herman 1912 1 Folder(s)
Edwd. F. Caldwell & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Epple & Creed 1912 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1912 1 Folder(s)
F.C. Dickey Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1912 1 Folder(s) Reference to sketches of furniture from Druce & Co. and Cooper & Holt. Includes letter in German.
Federal Appraisal Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Federal Gas Fixture Works 1912 1 Folder(s)
Fellery, Ernest P. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Ferdinand Keller 1912 1 Folder(s)
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Fitzgerald, Charles 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding the William M. Chase sale.
Folsom Galleries 1912 1 Folder(s)
Forward & Casaccio 1912 1 Folder(s)
Frick, Benjamin O. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Fritz & LaRue 1912 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Clovis Sagot 1912 2 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1912 9 Folder(s)
Galerie E. Druet 1912 3 Folder(s) Includes lengthy price list of works offered for sale, and note regarding the Rouart collection sale.
Galerie Eug. Blot 1912 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Kahnweiler 1912 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Vollard 1912 1 Folder(s)
Gilkeson & James 1912 1 Folder(s)
Gilmore, Mathew 1912 1 Folder(s)
Gimbel Brothers 1912 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Gulf Refining Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
H.J. Smith and Sons 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding leaded glass for a new house on Latch's Lane.
Hale & Kilburn Company 1912 3 Folder(s) Regarding wood paneling, leaded glass, decoration, and furniture for a new house on Latch's Lane.
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to the Latch Estate and Mrs. Marston's property.
Henri, Robert 1912 1 Folder(s)
Higgin Manufacturing Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Hoover and Smith Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Howard, George 1912 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Rev. John J. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Hunting, R. Russell 1912 1 Folder(s)
Hussa & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
J. & E. Bumpus 1912 1 Folder(s)
J.A. Patterson Co. 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to Albert L. Wilson property, Merion.
J.E. Caldwell Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1912 1 Folder(s) Includes list of artists in Barnes's collection. Refers to the University of Pennsylvania as Dr. Barnes's principal beneficiary, and to donating paintings to the Wilstach Gallery.
Kimbel & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Kimberly Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Kronfeld, Saunders & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Lawson, Ernest 1912 2 Folder(s)
Levesque & Co. 1912 2 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes third party correspondence from Henri Barbazanges to William Glackens and Barnes.
Levis, Samuel W. 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding an offer to sell a portion of Joseph Lapsley Wilson's property to Dr. Barnes.
Lovell McConnnell Manufacturing Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
M. Knoedler & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Macbeth Gallery 1912 1 Folder(s)
Macy's (Firm) 1912 1 Folder(s)
Main Line Electrician 1912 1 Folder(s)
Maltus & Ware 1912 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1912 1 Folder(s)
Marston, Henry W. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Martinelli, Cesare 1912 1 Folder(s)
Maucher, A. C. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Maurer, Alfred Henry 1912 9 Folder(s)
McClees Galleries 1912 1 Folder(s)
McFarren, ---- 1912 1 Folder(s)
McMenamin, George 1912 1 Folder(s)
Middletown (Bucks County, Pa. : Township) 1912 1 Folder(s)
Mowrer Bros. 1912 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1912 2 Folder(s)
Newburger, Henderson & Loeb 1912 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb-Macklin Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1912 2 Folder(s)
Off, Frank B. 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding the building of a sewer on Latch's Lane.
Paul, Morton Z. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Penn Auto Supply Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives and Granting Annuities 1912 1 Folder(s)
Phi Gamma Delta. Beta Chapter (University of Pennsylvania) 1912 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia, Bala and Bryn Mawr Turnpike Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1912 1 Folder(s)
Preston, James 1912 1 Folder(s)
Preston, May Wilson 1912 1 Folder(s)
Reilly, Michael 1912 1 Folder(s) Regarding cemetery stones for Barnes family members: John J. Barnes, Lydia Schaffer Barnes, George W. Barnes, and Charles Schaffer.
Robert M. Coyle & Co. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Rose Tree Fox Hunting Club 1912 1 Folder(s)
Ruggles, E. W. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Saturday Evening Post 1912 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Maurice Bower 1912 1 Folder(s)
Schaffer, Charles F. 1912 1 Folder(s) Refers to bank account held in trust by Barnes's mother, Lydia Schaffer Barnes, for Charles F. Schaffer.
Seeburger, Frank 1912 1 Folder(s)
Sellers, Horace Wells 1912 1 Folder(s)
Shannon's 1912 1 Folder(s)
Siegfried, F. P. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Kline & French 1912 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1912 1 Folder(s)
Sterling Bronze Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Storm, Maggie Peddle 1912 1 Folder(s)
Strawbridge & Clothier 1912 1 Folder(s)
Supplee, Norman P. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Thiercelin Aine & Boisse 1912 1 Folder(s) In French.
Thomas, Churchman & Molitor 1912 1 Folder(s)
Tiffany and Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Tiffany Studios (New York, N.Y.) 1912 1 Folder(s)
Townsend, Charles C. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Trachsel, John C. F. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Van Diver, John L. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Vaughan, C. H. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Vincent, F. P. 1912 1 Folder(s)
W.S. Budworth & Son 1912 1 Folder(s)
Walker & Kepler 1912 1 Folder(s)
Waring and Gillow Ltd. 1912 2 Folder(s)
Wells, Fargo & Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
Western Union Telegraph Company 1912 1 Folder(s)
White, J. M. 1912 1 Folder(s)
William Newell & Bro. 1912 1 Folder(s)
William Reith Stained Glass 1912 1 Folder(s)
Williamson, Jesse 1912 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, George B. 1912 1 Folder(s)
Zerfing, Wilson 1912 1 Folder(s)



1913

----, B--- 1913 1 Folder(s)
Adams Express Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the purchase of and plans to develop the Latch Estate.
Ardmore (Pa.). Secretary of Township Commissioners 1913 1 Folder(s)
Association of American Painters and Sculptors (New York, N.Y.) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Atkinson, E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Atlantic Refining Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Badger, William H., Jr. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the purchase of Joseph B. Townsend Estate.
Bailey, Walter A. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the sale or exchange of a town house on Master Street, Philadelphia.
Bala and Merion Electric Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Barnes & Lofland 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the purchase of the Lodge property on Latch's Lane, Nelle E. Mullen acting as agent.
Bean, Theodore Lane 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bjorkman, Olaf 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes photographs of a sculpture of Edgar Allen Poe.
Bobbink & Atkins (Nursery) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bongiovanni, Caspar 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bortel, Roland C. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Brentano's (Firm) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Bush Brothers 1913 1 Folder(s)
Caldwell, J. Elliott 1913 1 Folder(s)
Cirrito Bros. & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Clark, Clarence G. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Clement Restein Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Commercial Stamp Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Cornman, H. D. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to taxes on new Latch's Lane houses.
Croft, Frank 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Frank Croft to C. H. Williams.
Croft, Samuel 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from Frank Croft to Barnes.
Cross, Edgar G. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to sale of 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
Davis, S. Boyer 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding Hale & Kilburn Co.
DeArmond, Ashmead and Bickley 1913 1 Folder(s)
Dornan, William A. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to Irving Street property.
Dougherty, William R. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Druckenmiller & Williams 1913 2 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Druckenmiller & Williams to E. J. Hedden, F. J. Poth and John D. Emack Co., and from Thomas C. Trafford and E. J. Heddon to Druckenmiller & Williams.
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1913 1 Folder(s)
Duhring and Howe 1913 1 Folder(s)
Duret, Théodore 1913 1 Folder(s)
E. Laurance Foot & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Hedden 1913 2 Folder(s) Includes a pencil sketch of gate posts.
Eastern Brick and Tile Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Eastlack, Francis F. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the estate of Lydia Schaffer Barnes and her 1331 Tasker Street, Philadelphia, property.
Edmonds, Franklin Spencer 1913 1 Folder(s)
Ensminger Lumber Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Epple & Creed 1913 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1913 1 Folder(s)
Evans, F. Hopkinson 1913 1 Folder(s)
F. Weber & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Field, William T. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Fitzgerald, Charles 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to a court case in New York City involving the sale of drug substitutes including one for Argyrol.
Folsom Galleries 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to paintings by William James Glackens purchased by Dr. Barnes in the name of George Sykes.
Forward & Casaccio 1913 1 Folder(s)
France, James 1913 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Latch property.
Francis D. Kramer Co., Inc. 1913 1 Folder(s)
G.W. Koch & Son 1913 1 Folder(s)
Gagnon, J. E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1913 8 Folder(s)
Galerie E. Druet 1913 1 Folder(s) In French. Includes the translation of a letter from Theodore Druet discussing the Spanish influence on the work of Manet.
Galerie Kahnweiler 1913 1 Folder(s) In German.
Geo. B. Newton Coal Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Giffin, Nathan F. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1913 1 Folder(s)
Gregg, Frederick James 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding Kenyon Cox.
Gulf Refining Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hale & Kilburn Company 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Walter Biddle Saul to S. Boyer Davis.
Hanan & Son 1913 1 Folder(s)
Harbert, Claghorn & Hood 1913 1 Folder(s)
Harrigan, ---- 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hazlett & Moss 1913 1 Folder(s)
Heaton & Wood 1913 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1913 1 Folder(s)
Higgin Manufacturing Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hires Turner Glass Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hirst & McMullin 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Howe Addressing Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Rev. John J. 1913 2 Folder(s)
Hunt, Walter E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Hussa & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Independent Brick Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
J. Jacob Shannon & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
J.A. Patterson Co. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to property at 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
J.E. Caldwell & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
John D. Emack Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to insurance on Lauraston and a Lloyd's insurance policy on paintings.
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Jones, William J. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Kaufman, Henry G. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Kraushaar Galleries 1913 1 Folder(s)
Lawson, Ernest 1913 1 Folder(s)
Leary Stuart & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Levesque &Co 1913 1 Folder(s)
Long, S. E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Commissioners 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes a petition concerning sewers on Latch's Lane.
Macbeth Gallery 1913 1 Folder(s)
Macy's (Firm) 1913 1 Folder(s)
Manning, Frank 1913 1 Folder(s)
Marston, Henry W. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Mason & Edmonds 1913 1 Folder(s)
Maucher, A. C. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Maurer, Alfred Henry 1913 4 Folder(s) Includes enclosures pertaining to Maurer's exhibition at Folsom Galleries.
McCullagh, Alexander K. 1913 1 Folder(s)
McMenamin, George 1913 1 Folder(s)
Mears and Brown Real Estate 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to the purchase of property at 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, from William L. Supplee.
Meeley Rubber Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Methodist Episcopal Church. Board of Home Missions and Church Extension 1913 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1913 2 Folder(s) In French. Includes translation of Gauguin title, Haere Pape (Source de joie) (BF109), from Maori to French.
Mongomery, Clothier & Tyler 1913 1 Folder(s)
Moore, J. Clark Jr. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Morgan, Harjes & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Moss, Frank H. 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, from William L. Supplee.
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1913 2 Folder(s)
Neff, Joseph 1913 1 Folder(s)
Newburger, Henderson & Loeb 1913 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb - Macklin Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1913 1 Folder(s)
O'Connor, James 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from O'Connor to Druckenmiller & Williams.
Overbrook (Philadelphia, Pa.). Postmaster 1913 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Peiffer, Alfred Henri 1913 1 Folder(s)
Peters Byrne & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Electric Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia, Bala and Bryn Mawr Turnpike Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Plotnik, L. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Poole & Bigelow 1913 1 Folder(s)
Poth, F. J. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1913 1 Folder(s)
Prime, William A. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Public Ledger 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, from William L. Supplee.
Pullman Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Quaker City Rubber Co. 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding 1823 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
Rains, J. Lewis 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Advance Press Service Association.
Republic Rubber Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Reynolds, Henry D. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Richard Coogan Saddlery and Harness 1913 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1913 1 Folder(s)
Rodgers, Raymond W. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Samuel B. MacDowell & Son 1913 1 Folder(s)
Samuel C. Wagner, Jr. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Walter Biddle 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from S. Boyer Davis to Saul.
Scarsdale Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
Schamberg, Jay Frank 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding the 1823 Spruce Street and Marston properties.
Schneider, J. P. Jr. 1913 1 Folder(s) In German.
Schoeppe, Charles H. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Seascholtz & Son 1913 1 Folder(s)
Smedley, Horace W. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Snader, E. F. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1913 1 Folder(s)
Stewart, Francis T. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Supplee, William L. 1913 2 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of the 1823 Spruce Street property, the sale of the Marston property, and a petition for a sewer on Latch's Lane.
Sykes, Edith E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, Frank R. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Talley, James E. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Townsend, Joseph B. Jr. 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding Latch's Lane sewer petition.
Trachsel, John C. F. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Trego, F. C. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute 1913 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Booker T. Washington regarding contribution to scholarship fund.
United States Express Company 1913 1 Folder(s)
United States Tile Co. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Waring and Gillow Ltd. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Weigand, Karl 1913 1 Folder(s)
Western Savings Fund Society 1913 1 Folder(s) Regarding 1331 Tasker Street, Philadelphia.
White, J. William 1913 1 Folder(s)
William Newell & Bro. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, Joseph Lapsley 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to trees on Lodge and Latch properties.
Wm. H. Wilson & Co. 1913 1 Folder(s) Refers to sale of a Latch's Lane property to William L. Supplee, and efforts to purchase property from Joseph Lapsley Wilson.
Wm. H.W. Quick & Bro. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1913 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Hibberd 1913 1 Folder(s)



1914

A.C. Barnes Company 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes Barnes's resignation as President and General Manager.
Adams Express Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
American Express Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Andorra Nurseries 1914 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from the American Express Company to Barnes.
Artists Packing & Shipping Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Arts & Decoration 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to an article about Barnes' collection in the June issue.
Barckley, Katherine Schaffer 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bare, Rev. Theodore W. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bean, Theodore Lane 1914 1 Folder(s)
Beemer, Howard B. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania 1914 1 Folder(s)
Belmont, Louis A. 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding sidewalks on Latch's Lane.
Berry, W. H. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Board of Health (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bohler & Steinmeyer 1914 1 Folder(s)
Borie, Adolph 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bourgeois Galleries 1914 1 Folder(s)
Breckenridge, Hugh Henry 1914 1 Folder(s)
Bremer, Howard B. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Brentano's (Firm) 1914 1 Folder(s)
Brooke, William F. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Brown, Robert Carlton 1914 1 Folder(s)
C.H. Geist Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Charles J. Hood & Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Chicago Medical Recorder 1914 1 Folder(s)
Daniel, Charles 1914 1 Folder(s)
Davies, Arthur Bowen 1914 1 Folder(s)
Davies, Turner & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Dornan, William J. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Druckenmiller & Williams 1914 1 Folder(s)
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to an article and a book about William Glackens.
E.J. Hedden 1914 2 Folder(s)
Eakins, Thomas 1914 1 Folder(s)
Epple & Creed 1914 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1914 1 Folder(s)
Fasset and Johnson 1914 1 Folder(s)
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Forward & Casaccio 1914 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1914 10 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes customs papers.
Galligan Brothers 1914 1 Folder(s)
Gardiner, Charles A. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Geo. B. Newton Coal Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Gibney Motor Supply Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Girard Automobile Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to Glackens's need for an operation.
Glenn, William G. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Golz, Julius 1914 1 Folder(s)
Gordon, G. B. (George Byron) 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's visit to the University of Pennsylvania's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Graham, Bessie 1914 1 Folder(s)
Guiffrey, Jean 1914 1 Folder(s) In French.
Gynecean Hospital 1914 1 Folder(s)
Hale & Kilburn Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Hanan & Son 1914 1 Folder(s)
Hennerley, Mitchell 1914 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter to congratulate Dr. Barnes for purchasing a painting by Thomas Eakins.
Hires Turner Glass Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Howe Addressing Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Hughes, Henry D. 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Art Committee of the Manufacturer's Club.
Hunt, Rev. John J. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Imperial German Consulate 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to funds being sent to Gilbert Worrall in Germany.
James, Alfred 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from James to Druckenmiller, Stackhouse and Williams.
John D. Emack Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1914 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to reputable art dealers in Europe, Johnson's suggestion of a purchase of Spanish and Italian "primitives," and Barnes's description of Thomas Eakins's study for the Agnew Clinic.
Johnson, L. O. 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes comments on German Kaiser Wilhelm II.
Khayat, Azeez 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to purchases of glass and bronze.
Kimbel & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Kraushaar Galleries 1914 1 Folder(s)
Kuhn, Walt 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to a German collector, Dr. G. F. Reber.
Lawson, Ernest 1914 3 Folder(s) Refers to an exchange of paintings as security for a loan. Includes small pen sketches for paintings,Winter and Spring.
Leary, Stuart & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Levesque & Co. 1914 2 Folder(s)
Lewis, John Frederick 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to three paintings that Dr. Barnes donated from his collection to a charity exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts which were sold.
London & Lancashire Guarantee & Accident Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township) . Commissioners 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to sewers and sidewalks on Latch's Lane.
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township) . Treasurer 1914 1 Folder(s)
Macbeth Gallery 1914 1 Folder(s)
MacIntosh, Marian T. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Macy's (Firm) 1914 1 Folder(s)
Martinelli, Cesare 1914 1 Folder(s)
Mayer, August L. 1914 1 Folder(s) In English and German. Refers to the Wilstach collection.
McCrudden, James F. 1914 1 Folder(s)
McDermott, Charles J. 1914 1 Folder(s)
McPherson, R. A. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Mears and Brown Real Estate 1914 1 Folder(s)
Merion Civic Association 1914 1 Folder(s)
Milch, Albert 1914 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1914 1 Folder(s) In English and French.
Mongomery, Clothier & Tyler 1914 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1914 4 Folder(s)
New York Lubricating Oil Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb - Macklin Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1914 1 Folder(s)
O'Connor, James 1914 1 Folder(s)
Pach, Walter 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from The Century Magazine to Barnes. Discusses color reproductions.
Parker, Gilbert S. 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to the withdrawal of an offer to purchase the painting, The Agnew Clinic, by Thomas Eakins.
Partridge Fine Arts, Ltd. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Peiffer, Alfred Henri 1914 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1914 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia, Bala and Bryn Mawr Turnpike Company 1914 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1914 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1914 1 Folder(s)
Real Estate Title & Trust Co. 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to settlement of Marston property.
Reber, G. F. 1914 1 Folder(s) In German.
Reilly, Brock & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1914 1 Folder(s)
Sayen, H. Lyman 1914 1 Folder(s)
Scheibal, Otto 1914 1 Folder(s)
Scott, John R. K. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Sheeler, Charles 1914 1 Folder(s)
Shneck, Paul Charles 1914 1 Folder(s)
Short, William H. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Sloan, John 1914 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1914 1 Folder(s) Refers to Barnes's thoughts on Cézanne, Renoir, and his efforts to determine what constitutes a good painting.
Stein, Michael D. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Steinmeyer, Fritz 1914 1 Folder(s)
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Supplee, Wiliam L. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Talley, James E. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Trachsel, John C. F. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Trask, John E. D. 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Panama - Pacific International Exposition.
Turner, Percy Moore 1914 1 Folder(s) Includes views concerning the First World War.
Turner, William R. 1914 1 Folder(s)
United States. Internal Revenue Service 1914 1 Folder(s)
Washington Square Gallery (New York, N.Y.) 1914 1 Folder(s)
Watts, Harvey Maitland 1914 1 Folder(s)
Welker, William H. (William Henry) 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding possible contamination of Merion ponds and waterways.
Wm. H. Wilson & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H.W. Quick & Bro. 1914 2 Folder(s) Includes settlement papers for 2 Latch's Lane.
Worrall, Constance 1914 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1914 8 Folder(s) In English and German. Includes reports of Worrall's studies in Europe.
Yerkes, Milton R. 1914 1 Folder(s)



1915

Angier, Emma 1915 1 Folder(s)
Angier, George M. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Anna S. Pedersen 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding an exhibition of Ernest Lawson at the Daniels Gallery, and Barnes's opinions of Lawson, Maurice Prendergast, and William Glackens.
Archer, Pierce 1915 1 Folder(s)
Arts & Decoration 1915 2 Folder(s) Regarding a magazine article written by Dr. Barnes about his art collection.
Barclay, Moore & Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Bare, Rev. Theodore W. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Bean, Theodore Lane 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding property assessments on Latch's Lane.
Belmont, Louis A. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Bok, Edward William 1915 1 Folder(s)
Bolton, Frances 1915 1 Folder(s)
Brown, Joe. C. 1915 1 Folder(s) Refers to Argyrol being supplied to the Army and Navy.
Buermeyer, Laurence 1915 1 Folder(s)
Camffermann, Margaret 1915 1 Folder(s)
Campion & Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Carroll Galleries, Inc. 1915 2 Folder(s)
Chandler, Florence 1915 1 Folder(s)
Charles Scribner's Sons 1915 1 Folder(s)
Daniel, Charles 1915 1 Folder(s)
DeHaven, Wallace 1915 1 Folder(s)
Dimock, Edith 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's high opinion of William Glackens and Charles Fitzgerald.
Donaldson, James 1915 1 Folder(s)
Druckenmiller & Williams 1915 2 Folder(s)
Drysdale, W. A. 1915 1 Folder(s)
E----, Ben 1915 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Hedden 1915 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Holmes 1915 1 Folder(s)
Earl & Wilson 1915 1 Folder(s)
Epple & Creed 1915 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1915 1 Folder(s)
Everett, Clarke & Benedict 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Carroll Galleries.
Field, Hamilton Easter 1915 1 Folder(s)
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 1915 1 Folder(s)
Fitzgerald, Charles 1915 2 Folder(s) Includes Dr. Barnes's ideas regarding Sigmund Freud, Abraham Arden Brill, psychoanalysis, and various books written about art.
Flaccus, Louis W. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Frain, Milton 1915 1 Folder(s)
Fritz & La Rue 1915 1 Folder(s)
G.P. Putnam's Sons 1915 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1915 14 Folder(s) In English and French. Refers to an exchange of paintings. Includes information about Pierre Auguste Renoir arriving in Paris with his son, Claude, the death of his wife, and descriptions of the wounds his sons, Pierre and Jean, received in the First World War.
Garnett, Porter 1915 1 Folder(s)
Geo. B. Newton Coal Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Giffin, Nathan F. 1915 2 Folder(s) Regarding a letter from Pierre Dubied.
Girard Automobile Company 1915 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1915 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1915 1 Folder(s) Includes correspondence between Barnes and Harriet Bryant of the Carroll Galleries.
Gordon, G. B. (George Byron) 1915 1 Folder(s)
Greenwell & Dornan 1915 1 Folder(s)
Gregg, Frederick James 1915 1 Folder(s)
Guillou, ---- 1915 1 Folder(s)
Gulf Refining Company 1915 1 Folder(s)
Hale & Kilburn Company 1915 1 Folder(s)
Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer) 1915 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1915 2 Folder(s)
Hires Turner Glass Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Hughes, Henry D. 1914 1 Folder(s) Regarding a portrait of Mr. Burk to be painted by Robert Henri.
Hussa & Co. 1914 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1915 1 Folder(s)
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1915 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, John Graver 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's wish to leave his art collection to a "City or Municipal Gallery."
Kraushaar Galleries 1915 1 Folder(s)
Laurent, Robert 1915 1 Folder(s)
Lawson, Ernest 1915 1 Folder(s)
Leary, Stuart & Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Assessor 1915 1 Folder(s) Includes a list of properties Barnes owned, and tried to buy or sell.
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Commissioners 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding an accident involving Barnes's dog, and the construction of a sewer on Latch's Lane.
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Treasurer 1915 1 Folder(s)
Marshall, John 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding an imitation product similar to Argyrol.
Maucher, A.C. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Maurer, Alfred Henry 1915 1 Folder(s)
McCarter, Henry 1915 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from Arthur B. Frost, Jr., to McCarter.
McCarthy, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph) 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding a request by Barnes for suitable cases to test the theories of psychoanalysis, and the possibility of establishing a department at the University of Pennsylvania to study Freud's theories.
McIlwraith's Detective Agency 1915 1 Folder(s) Includes reports from a private investigation of the Carroll Galleries, Inc.
Merion Civic Association 1915 1 Folder(s)
Montross Gallery 1915 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1915 3 Folder(s)
New Republic (New York, N.Y.) 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Barnes on cubism (probably "Cubism: Requiescat in Pace").
New York Lubricating Oil Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb - Macklin Co. 1915 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1915 1 Folder(s)
Parker, Gilbert S. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Partridge Fine Arts, Ltd. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Patterson, Robert A. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Paul, Morton Z. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Phillies (Baseball team) 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding tickets for the 1915 World Series.
Poth, F. J. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1915 2 Folder(s) Regarding frames, a Charles Prendergast exhibition at the Montross Gallery, and a Maurice Prendergast exhibition.
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's dispute with the Carroll Galleries.
Rosengarten, Frederic 1915 1 Folder(s)
S---, ---- 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding a "blue Cézanne."
Saul, Maurice Bower 1915 1 Folder(s) Regarding a letter to Frederick James Gregg, and Barnes's opinion of John Quinn.
Schamberg, Jay Frank 1915 1 Folder(s)
Singer, Edgar Arthur 1915 1 Folder(s) Describes William Glackens teaching Dr. Barnes to see color, and and an article by Dr. Barnes for the magazine, Arts & Decoration.
Stein, Leo 1915 1 Folder(s)
Tenney, Anne R. 1915 1 Folder(s)
The Evening Post (New York, N.Y.) 1915 1 Folder(s)
Trego, S. C. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1915 1 Folder(s) Concerning the impact of the First World War in Europe.
University of Pennsylvania. Houston Club Supply store 1915 1 Folder(s)
Wach, Charles St. Clair 1915 1 Folder(s)
Washington Square Gallery (New York, N.Y.) 1915 1 Folder(s)
Watts, Harvey Maitland 1915 1 Folder(s)
Whiteman, Mrs. C. B. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H.W. Quick & Bro. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Woodward, L E. 1915 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1915 1 Folder(s) Includes correspondence between Girard Automobile and Peerless Motor Car Company.



1916

----, S--- 1916 1 Folder(s) In regard to an invitation to hear Jacques Thibaud.
A.G. Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Anchor Post Iron Works 1916 1 Folder(s)
Audendried, Charles 1916 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Katherine Schaffer 1916 1 Folder(s)
Bare, Rev. Theodore W. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Barry, John A. 1916 1 Folder(s) Contains correspondence between Barry and Charles E. Funk regarding the rent and sale of 223 Iona Avenue, Narberth, Pa.
Bean, Theodore Lane 1916 1 Folder(s)
Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania 1916 1 Folder(s)
Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1916 1 Folder(s)
Bezekirski, Vasilii Vasilévich 1916 1 Folder(s)
Bok, Edward William 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation and tickets to the Philadelphia Orchestra. Includes printed notice of a meeting of the Merion Civic Association.
Bourgeois Galleries 1916 1 Folder(s)
Buermeyer, Laurence 1916 1 Folder(s) Contains correspondence with Barnes's secretary, E. W. Kennedy.
Campion & Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Charles Scribner's Sons 1916 1 Folder(s)
Charlton, Loudon 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding the violinist Jacques Thibaud and pianist Guiomar Novaes.
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Cole, Mrs. E. C. 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding recitals by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii and Jacques Thibaud.
Daniel, Charles 1916 1 Folder(s)
De Armond Lindes & Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Deimel Linen-Mesh System Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Dimock, Edith 1916 1 Folder(s)
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1916 1 Folder(s)
E. J. Hedden 1916 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1916 1 Folder(s)
Evans, F. Hopkinson 1916 1 Folder(s)
Frederick Peirce & Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
G.P. Putnam's Sons 1916 1 Folder(s)
Gabrilowitsch, Ossip 1916 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1916 10 Folder(s) Refers to the 5,000 francs that Dr. Barnes gave to Dr. Joseph P. Hutchison at the American Ambulance Hospital in France. Contains letter to Durand-Ruel from Hutchinson.
Gallagher, Mary V. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Geo. B. Newton Coal Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Gibney Motor Supply Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Girard Automobile Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1916 1 Folder(s)
Globe Automatic Sprinkler Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Hainlen Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer) 1916 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1916 1 Folder(s)
Henry Apker's Sons 1916 1 Folder(s)
Hermance, W. Oakley 1916 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Hughes, Henry D. 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Robert Henri portrait commission.
Hutchinson, James P. 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation made by Barnes to the American Ambulance Hospital of Paris.
John W. Doriss 1916 1 Folder(s)
Judson, Arthur 1916 1 Folder(s)
Knight Tire Agency 1916 1 Folder(s)
L. Vigdor 1916 1 Folder(s)
Laurent, Robert 1916 1 Folder(s)
Leary, Stuart & Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Arthur M. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Edwin O. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Assessor 1916 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Treasurer 1916 1 Folder(s)
Luzerne County National Bank (Pa.) 1916 1 Folder(s)
Macbeth Gallery 1916 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1916 1 Folder(s)
Maucher, A. C. 1916 1 Folder(s) Includes note signed by R.E.G.
Maurer, Alfred Henry 1916 1 Folder(s)
McCarthy, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph) 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation by Barnes to the American Ambulance Hospital, and to psychiatric cases of potential interest to Barnes.
Mears and Brown Real Estate 1916 1 Folder(s)
Merion Civic Association 1916 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1916 1 Folder(s)
Montgomery County (Pa.). Commissioners 1916 1 Folder(s)
N. Stetson and Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
N.W. Halsey & Co. 1916 3 Folder(s)
National City Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
New Republic (New York, N.Y.) 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article on Cézanne by Leo Stein.
New York (N.Y.). District Attorney 1916 1 Folder(s)
New York Lubricating Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Peal & Co. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Peiffer, Alfred Henri 1916 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1916 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Electric Company 1916 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1916 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1916 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1916 1 Folder(s)
Rosedale Pharmacy 1916 1 Folder(s)
Salus, Joseph W. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Samaroff Stokowski, Olga 1916 1 Folder(s)
Sandby, Herman 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Sandby, Mrs. E.C. Cole, and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Sandby, Mrs. Herman 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Sandby, Mrs. E.C. Cole, and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Saul, Maurice Bower 1916 1 Folder(s)
Seeler, Katherine 1916 1 Folder(s)
Shallcross, Thomas C. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1916 2 Folder(s) Includes a description of Barnes's career in psychiatry.
Stephenson, Sydney 1916 1 Folder(s)
Supplee, William L. 1916 1 Folder(s)
Thomas, B. A. 1916 1 Folder(s) Regarding plans for a Philadelphia Urological Hospital.
Turner, Percy Moore 1916 1 Folder(s)
Watson, Forbes 1916 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H.W. Quick & Bro. 1916 1 Folder(s)



1917

A.G. Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Babies' Hospital of Philadelphia 1917 1 Folder(s)
Bean, Theodore Lane 1917 1 Folder(s)
Bezekirskii, Vasilii Vasilévich 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Francesco Ruggieri violin, and concerts by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii and Jean Verd.
Buckner, Thomas A. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding efforts to exempt Jean Verd from military service.
Buermeyer, Lawrence 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert at Princeton by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii and Jean Verd, and Barnes's interest in John Dewey's seminar at Columbia.
Camfferman, Margaret 1917 1 Folder(s)
Campion & Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Charlton, Loudon 1917 2 Folder(s) Regarding concerts by Guiomar Novaes, Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii, Jacques Thibaud, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, and Mrs. E. C. Cole.
Clark, William L. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Cole, Mrs. E. C. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Crawford, Andrew Wright 1917 1 Folder(s)
Daniel, Charles 1917 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1917 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1917 1 Folder(s)
Farmer's & Mechanics National Bank (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1917 1 Folder(s)
Fitzgerald, Charles 1917 1 Folder(s)
Fortune, William S. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Forward & Casaccio 1917 1 Folder(s)
Frederick Pierce & Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Funk, Charles E. 1917 1 Folder(s)
G.P. Putnam's Sons 1917 1 Folder(s)
Gabrilowitsch, Ossip 1917 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1917 3 Folder(s) Mentions a visit by Barnes to view the collection of Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer, and Jean Verd's exemption from military service.
Galligan Brothers 1917 1 Folder(s)
Geo. B. Newton Coal Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Girard Automobile Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, Mrs. Samuel 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Glackens, William James 1917 1 Folder(s)
Goodkind, Flora W. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Gorgas, William Crawford 1917 1 Folder(s)
Grand Central Terminal (New York, N.Y.). Ticket Office 1917 1 Folder(s)
Gulf Refining Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Hainlen Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Haly, George T. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding tickets to a concert by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Hammann, Ellis Clarke 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii at Dr. Barnes's home.
Harbert , Claghorn & Hood 1917 1 Folder(s)
Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer) 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding "Mauves," paintings left with Dr. Barnes to sell on Harned's behalf.
Harper & Turner 1917 1 Folder(s)
Harris, Forbes & Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
Harrison, Beatrice 1917 1 Folder(s)
Harvey P. Pierce Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Hutchinson, James P. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding Jean Verd's military service.
John W. Doriss 1917 1 Folder(s)
Judson, Arthur 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Aurelio Giorni, Axel Sjkerne and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Lewis, Arthur M. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Treasurer 1917 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Mason & Hamlin Co. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding the pianist Axel Sjkerne.
McCarthy, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph) 1917 1 Folder(s)
McVitty, Albert E. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Mears and Brown Real Estate 1917 1 Folder(s)
Merchants National Bank of Boston (Boston, Mass.) 1917 1 Folder(s)
Merion Civic Association 1917 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Barnes to a Mr. Phillips.
Methodist Episcopal Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1917 1 Folder(s)
N.P.W. Hill 1917 1 Folder(s)
National City Company 1917 1 Folder(s)
New Republic (New York, N.Y.) 1917 1 Folder(s)
New York (N.Y.). City Magistrate's Court Seventh District 1917 1 Folder(s)
Paderweski, Ignace Jan 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding an anonymous donation to the Polish Victims' Relief Fund.
Pease, Florence L. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a concert at Princeton by Jean Verd and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities 1917 1 Folder(s)
Pepper, George Wharton 1917 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1917 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1917 1 Folder(s)
Press, T. Channon 1917 1 Folder(s)
Preston, James 1917 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1917 Includes printed announcement of an exhibit at Ferargil Galleries.
Purdue Frederick Company 1917
Reilly, Brock & Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Reisman, David 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding the health of William Glackens, his child's illness, and a donation to the Babies' Hospital of Philadelphia.
Riddle, Alice 1917 1 Folder(s)
Rodgers, Raymond W. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's arrangement to purchase houses for his African American employees.
Rose, Herbert H. 1917 1 Folder(s) Refers to a concert by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. 1917 1 Folder(s) Includes a certificate of authenticity for a Ruggieri violin purchased for Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Saddler, ---- 1917 1 Folder(s) Mentions working on a war committee with George Wharton Pepper, and that the Barnes family settled in Abington, Pa., in 1690.
Sandby, Herman 1917 1 Folder(s) Includes a telegram from Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Saul, Maurice Bower 1917 1 Folder(s)
Schamberg, Jay Frank 1917 1 Folder(s)
Sinclair, John F. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Sloan, ---- 1917 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Ravil 1917 1 Folder(s)
Starr, Evelyn 1917 1 Folder(s)
Stokes, F. J. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1917 1 Folder(s) Refers to a concert in Dr. Barnes's home by Guiomar Novaes, and one by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii and Jean Verd.
Stratton, Gerald 1917 1 Folder(s)
Swartz, Aaron S. 1917 1 Folder(s) Mentions Dr. Barnes's work for the government during the First World War.
Thomas, B. A. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Thornton-Fuller Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Tucker, Anne C. 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Tucker, Samuel 1917 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1917 1 Folder(s) Mentions the disposition of the John G. Johnson collection. Includes a description of life during the First World War.
Verd, Jean 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding Verd's experience in France during the First World War, concerts at Dr. Barnes's home, and a new fox terrier pup named Jean Verd, Jr.
Von Moschzisker, Anne 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding a benefit concert for Polish relief featuring Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Von Moschzisker, Robert 1917 1 Folder(s) Regarding books by Sigmund Freud and Bertrand Russell, John Dewey's class at Columbia University, and Jean Verd's service in the First World War.
White, W. J. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Witherspoon Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1917 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H. Quick & Bro. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H. Wilson & Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Woll, MacMeekin & Co. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Woodward, L.A. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Worrall, Gilbert A. 1917 1 Folder(s)
Young, Hugh H. 1917 1 Folder(s)



1918

Alexander, F. Matthias (Frederick Matthias) 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding lessons in the Alexander Technique.
Alexander, Leon 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding Poland after the First World War, and an interview with Ignace Jan Paderewski.
American Protective League 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes biographical information about Barnes and his family.
America's Allies Co-operative Committee 1918 1 Folder(s)
Anderson, Margaret C. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Angell, Norman 1918 1 Folder(s)
B.W. Huebsch (Firm) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Bezekirskii, Vasilii Vasilévich 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding concerts by Bezekirskii and Axel Skjerne, and the sale of the Francesco Ruggieri violin that Bezekirskii played when performing in Merion.
Blanshard, Brand 1918 1 Folder(s)
Blanshard, Francis Margaret Bradshaw 1918 1 Folder(s)
Blanshard, Paul 1918 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Brandeis, Louis Dembitz 1918 1 Folder(s)
Brentano's (Firm) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Buermeyer, Laurence 1918 1 Folder(s)
Bullitt, William C. (William Christian) 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding a report made by John Dewey to the Military Intelligence Bureau.
Bureau of Municipal Research (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Campion & Co. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Chew, Ella 1918 1 Folder(s)
Clark, William L. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Cole, E. R. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Columbia University. Registrar 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding tuition for John Dewey's seminar at Columbia University.
Cook, George Cram 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Provincetown Players, and the need for a change in the educational system.
Council of National Defense. Medical Section 1918 1 Folder(s)
Courret, L. 1918 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding an outstanding account with Levesque & Co.
Croly, Herbert David 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding the First World War, John Dewey, Barnes and Croly's political efforts, and the founding of the New School for Social Research.
D---, ---- 1918 1 Folder(s)
Daniel, Charles 1918 1 Folder(s)
Degerberg, Alfred 1918 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Alice C. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Bradley 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding experiments with gas masks by Roy G. Pearce.
Dewey, Evelyn 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding experimental schools. Includes a description of Barnes and Dewey's Polish study.
Dewey, John 1918 13 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Irwin Edman and from an unidentified correspondent to Dewey, from Dewey to Edman and to Louis D. Brandeis. Includes descriptions of the Polish study project, Dewey's upcoming trip to Japan, Barnes's work on gas masks, the founding of the New School for Social Research, and F. Matthias Alexander's book, Man's Supreme Intelligence.
Dick, John 1918 1 Folder(s)
Dimock, Edith 1918 1 Folder(s)
Easley, Ralph M. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Eastman, ---- 1918 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1918 5 Folder(s) Includes telegrams between Edman and John Dewey. Regarding the Polish study, and the use of some of Barnes's letters to Leon Alexander.
Edmunds, ---- 1918 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1918 1 Folder(s)
F----, Edward 1918 1 Folder(s)
Feldman, Charles 1918 1 Folder(s)
Frankfurter, Felix 1918 1 Folder(s)
Frederick H. Woodhead 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of a house on Richmond Street, Philadelphia.
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1918 2 Folder(s) Refers to the Ruggieri violin purchased by Barnes for Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii, and to Barnes's financial support of Jean Verd in France.
Galligan Brothers 1918 1 Folder(s)
Gaskill, F. H. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Girard Automobile Company 1918 2 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1918 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1918 1 Folder(s)
Gulf Refining Company 1918 1 Folder(s)
H---, Theodore 1918 1 Folder(s)
Hackett, Francis 1918 1 Folder(s) In regard to an invitation to join Dr. Barnes and Leo Stein to see a play by the Provincetown Players.
Haley, ---- 1918 1 Folder(s)
Halow, E. J. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Hanan & Son 1918 1 Folder(s)
Hitchcock, Gilbert M. (Gilbert Monell) 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a summary of the purpose of Barnes and Dewey's Polish study.
Hitschler, William A. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Hodgson, Charles S. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Hoover, C. F. 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding experiments on gas masks, and Barnes's efforts to get Hoover an appointment at the University of Pennsylvania.
John W. Doriss 1918 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, Herbert 1918 1 Folder(s)
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1918 1 Folder(s)
K---, ---- 1918 1 Folder(s)
Kallen, Horace Meyer 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Judge Julian W. Mack to Kallen.
Kramer, F. Leighton 1918 1 Folder(s)
Kraus, Rev. G. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Kulakowski, Brenislaw D. 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a fragment of the Polish study by John Dewey.
Lamprecht, Sterling Power 1918 1 Folder(s)
Lawler, Mrs. M. 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding a house on Richmond Street, Philadelphia.
League for the Amnesty of Political Prisoners 1918 1 Folder(s)
League of Free Nations Association 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a draft plan for a Committee on American Policy in International Relations.
Leroyd, A. L. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Arthur M. 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes letter from Edwin O. Lewis to Barnes.
Lewis, Francis A. 1918 1 Folder(s)
London & Lancashire Indemnity Co. of America 1918 1 Folder(s)
Madeira, Clara N. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Magistrates' & Constables' Association 1918 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1918 1 Folder(s)
Mather, Samuel 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding C. F. Hoover.
McCarthy, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph) 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding Jack McGuigan.
Merrill, H. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Methodist Episcopal Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Murphy, J. I. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Mussey, Henry Raymond 1918 1 Folder(s)
Myers, Ethel 1918 1 Folder(s)
Naimska, Zofia 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a brochure for the Polish Children's Relief Fund.
National City Company 1918 3 Folder(s)
New Cochran Hotel (Washington, D.C.) 1918 1 Folder(s)
New Republic (New York, N.Y.) 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes manuscript for essay, "The Birth of a Patriot" by Dr. Barnes.
New York Lubricating Oil Co. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Norwood, Robert 1918 1 Folder(s)
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Limited 1918 1 Folder(s)
Off, Isabel 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Barnes to Frank B. Off.
Packard Motor Car Company 1918 3 Folder(s)
Paderewski, Ignace Jan 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding an anonymous donation by Barnes to the Polish Victims' Relief Fund.
Panfil, John B. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Pearce, R. G. (Roy Gentry) 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding the work of C. F. Hoover.
Pennsylvania. State Highway Department. Registrar of Motor Vehicles 1918 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Orchestra 1918 1 Folder(s)
Poiret, Ann Mary 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Barnes to Howard B. Bremer.
Polish Children's Relief Fund 1918 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1918 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes an invitation to an exhibit at the Neighborhood Art School of Greenwich House.
Prichard, Saul, Bayard & Evans 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes correspondence with Maurice Bower Saul and Benjamin O. Frick.
Provincetown Players 1918 1 Folder(s)
Psychoanalytic Review 1918 1 Folder(s)
Public: A Journal of Democracy 1918 1 Folder(s)
Putnam, Bertha Haven 1918 1 Folder(s)
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Riddle, Alice 1918 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1918 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, James Harvey 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes Barnes's opinion of the theories of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, and Alexander.
Rocap, William H. 1918 1 Folder(s) Refers to a donation by Barnes for Jack McGuigan.
Rudolph Wurlitzer Company 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Ruggieri violin used by Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Ryglewicz, Edward 1918 1 Folder(s)
Sheldon, H. P. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Skjerne, Axel 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding concerts by Skjerne and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Star Publishing House 1918 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's own psychological work on himself, and his use of the Alexander Technique.
Stengel, Alfred 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding C. F. Hoover.
The Dial 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Barnes on the Polish study.
Thornton, John A. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1918 1 Folder(s)
United States. Dept. of Justice 1918 1 Folder(s)
United States. Dept. of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General 1918 1 Folder(s)
United States. Fuel Administration 1918 1 Folder(s)
United States. War Dept. Military Intelligence Division 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's and John Dewey's Polish study, Barnes's work on gas masks for the government, and an investigation into Barnes's alleged "anti-Americanism." Includes a telegram from Barnes to James C. White, and letters from James P. Hutchinson and Ignace Jan Paderewski to Barnes.
Vanderbilt Hotel (New York, N.Y.) 1918 1 Folder(s)
Verd, Jean 1918 1 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's and Verd's thoughts on the First World War, and concerts at Barnes's house by Axel Skjerne and Vasilii Vasilévich Bezekirskii.
Von Moschzisker, Robert 1918 2 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes's opinions on settlement work and "internationalism." Includes a description of the Polish study.
Wanamaker Garage 1918 1 Folder(s)
Webster, E. Ambrose 1918 1 Folder(s)
Wells, Frederic Lyman 1918 1 Folder(s)
Western Saving Fund Society 1918 1 Folder(s)
Weyle, Walter E. (Walter Edward) 1918 1 Folder(s)
White, James C. 1918 1 Folder(s)
Woodard, Lee 1918 1 Folder(s)
Yezierska, Anzia 1918 1 Folder(s) Includes an interview with Dr. Stanislaw Lapowski.



1919

Alexander, F. Matthias (Frederick Matthias) 1919 1 Folder(s)
Anderson, Margaret C. 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding The Little Review journal.
Barney Nathan 1919 1 Folder(s)
Blanshard, Brand 1919 1 Folder(s)
Blaylock & Blynn 1919 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Braun, John F. 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding donations to the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Buermeyer, Laurence 1919 1 Folder(s)
Bush, Wendell T. 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding John Dewey's travels in China.
Charles Scribner's Sons 1919 1 Folder(s)
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Cochran, Alice Merritt 1919 1 Folder(s)
Connelly, John P. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Cook, George Cram 1919 1 Folder(s)
Cosmopolitan Club (New York, N.Y.) 1919 1 Folder(s)
Cranston, Joseph M. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Croly, Herbert David 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding articles written by Dr. Barnes and submitted to the New Republic, as well as Barnes's relationship with Leo Stein.
Curtis, Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar 1919 1 Folder(s)
De Bogory, Natalie 1919 1 Folder(s)
Degerberg, Alfred 1919 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Charles 1919 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Alice C. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Evelyn 1919 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1919 3 Folder(s) Includes descriptions by Dewey of his travels to China and Japan, and of the conduct of Japanese and American troops in Siberia. Mentions Barnes's association with Frederick Matthias Alexander.
Dial 1919 1 Folder(s)
Dorkins, M. 1919 1 Folder(s)
E. La Montagne's Sons 1919 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1919 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1919 1 Folder(s)
Fairmount Park Guard Pension Fund Association, Inc. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Fisher, William Murrell 1919 1 Folder(s)
Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor (Mary Eleanor) 1919 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Provincetown Players.
Fuller, Katherine M. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1919 4 Folder(s) States that the Renoir painting, La marchande de pommes, belonged to Sir William C. Van Horne before being purchased by Dr. Barnes.
Girard Automobile Company 1919 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1919 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1919 1 Folder(s)
Glaspell, Susan 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding her play "Bernice," and the Provincetown Players.
Greenwell & Dornan 1919 1 Folder(s)
Grove Park Inn (Ashville, N.C.) 1919 1 Folder(s)
Hackett, Francis 1919 2 Folder(s) Includes Barnes's opinions on Hackett's work, the New Republic, and discussions of philosophy and education. Mentions Renoir's death and his work's effect on Barnes. Includes a letter from Barnes to Evelyn Dewey. Includes an essay by Hackett on education in parochial schools.
Hainlen Company 1919 1 Folder(s)
Harcourt, Brace & Howe 1919 1 Folder(s)
Heap, Jane 1919 1 Folder(s)
Hemphill, Noyes & Co. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1919 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1919 1 Folder(s)
Jones, Frances D. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Kallen, Horace Meyer 1919 2 Folder(s) Regarding situations in Poland and Russia, the League of Free Nations, the New School for Social Research, F. Matthias Alexander and the Alexander Technique, and Leo Stein.
Keith, W. Edgar 1919 1 Folder(s)
Kroll, Leon 1919 1 Folder(s)
Kulakowski, Brenislaw D. 1919 1 Folder(s)
League of Free Nations Association 1919 1 Folder(s)
Lederer, Ephraim 1919 1 Folder(s)
Lenz, ---- 1919 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, Arthur M. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Longhurst, Maurice 1919 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1919 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1919 1 Folder(s)
Miller, Herbert Adolphus 1919 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1919 1 Folder(s) In French.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius 1919 1 Folder(s) Concerning a provision made for Mary Mullen from the pension fund.
Mussey, Henry Raymond 1919 1 Folder(s)
Naimska, Zofia 1919 1 Folder(s)
Nation 1919 1 Folder(s)
National City Company 1919 2 Folder(s)
Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, Limited 1919 1 Folder(s)
Oppenheim & Collins Co. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Packard Motor Car Company 1919 2 Folder(s)
Pearce, P. E. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Peerless Motor Car Co. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1919 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia (Pa.). Bureau of Police 1919 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Orchestra Association 1919 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1919 2 Folder(s)
Pressman Tire and Rubber Company 1919 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1919 1 Folder(s)
Provincetown Players 1919 1 Folder(s)
Psychoanalytic Review 1919 1 Folder(s)
Public: A Journal of Democracy 1919 1 Folder(s)
Rauh, Ida 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Provincetown Players.
Riesman, David 1919 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, James Harvey 1919 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, L. R. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Rosenblatt, William 1919 1 Folder(s)
Royal Indemnity Co. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Rudolph Wurlitzer Company 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of a Ruggieri violin.
Russell Sage Foundation. Dept. of Surveys and Exhibits 1919 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Maurice Bower 1919 1 Folder(s)
Schamberg, Jay Frank 1919 1 Folder(s)
Seyffert, Helen A. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Shallcross, Lily D. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Shallcross, Thomas C. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Skemp, Olive H. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Ismael 1919 1 Folder(s)
Spiller, William Gibson 1919 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1919 3 Folder(s)
Sterne, Maurice 1919 1 Folder(s)
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1919 1 Folder(s) Concerning the re-lining and varnishing of three Renoir paintings.
Stewart, William 1919 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of a Ruggieri violin.
Thayor, Mrs. John B. 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Ruggieri violin.
Theo. Photiades 1919 1 Folder(s)
Thomas, B. A. 1919 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1919 1 Folder(s)
United States Post Office (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1919 1 Folder(s)
Universal Motor Agency 1919 1 Folder(s)
Vanderbilt Hotel (New York, N.Y.) 1919 1 Folder(s)
Verd, Jean 1919 1 Folder(s) Includes a program for a music concert featuring Germaine Chevalet, with Jean Verd.
Voynich, Wilfred Michael 1919 1 Folder(s)
Watson, Forbes 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding Clive Bell.
Webster, E. Ambrose 1919 1 Folder(s)
Westing, Evans & Egmore 1919 1 Folder(s)
Whiteman, Mrs. C. B. 1919 1 Folder(s)
William H. Burr & Sons 1919 1 Folder(s)
World Tomorrow: A Journal Looking Toward a Christian World 1919 1 Folder(s)
Yarnall, Adele G. 1919 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Society of Ancient Instruments.
Yezierska, Anzia 1919 1 Folder(s)
Zerfing, Wilson 1919 1 Folder(s)



1920

American Railway Express Co. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Anderson Galleries, Inc. 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale by Anderson Galleries of several Renoir paintings which Dr. Barnes considered fakes.
Angier, George M. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Arts & Decoration 1920 1 Folder(s)
Atlantic Monthly 1920 1 Folder(s)
Barckley, Robert G. 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding relatives of Dr. Barnes.
Barnes, Djuna 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Little Review journal.
Berry, Rose V. S. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Blanshard, Brand 1920 1 Folder(s) Contains correspondence between Barnes and William McDougall.
Bockius, Morris R. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Bourgeois Galleries 1920 1 Folder(s)
Bradley, Susan H. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Buekner, Thomas A. 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding Jean Verd's musical career.
Buermeyer, Laurence 1920 2 Folder(s) Regarding John Dewey, and Buermeyer's own writings and publications.
Bush, Wendell T. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Charles Paist Company 1920 1 Folder(s) Contains a list of Polish Catholic Churches in Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania Supreme Court judges.
Charlton, Loudon 1920 1 Folder(s)
City Parks Association of Philadelphia 1920 1 Folder(s)
Coe, Ralph M. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Consumers' League of Eastern Pennsylvania 1920 1 Folder(s)
Cranston, Joseph M. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Crossman, L. H. 1920 1 Folder(s) Includes a recipe from Barnes for making hard cider.
Daniel, Charles 1920 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Charles 1920 1 Folder(s) Includes a printed reproduction of Demuth's watercolor, In Vaudeville: Two Acrobats - Jugglers (BF602).
Dewey, Alice C. 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Barnes on Renoir, the fate of Renoir's paintings following his death, Barnes's opinions of Renoir, Cézanne, Prendergast, Glackens, and John Dewey, the Deweys' trip to China, and Barnes's recollection of his upbringing and youth.
Dewey, Evelyn 1920 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1920 7 Folder(s) Regarding articles by Barnes on Renoir and Cézanne, the political and cultural situation in China, Barnes's purchase of thirteen Cézanne paintings from the Rijksmuseum, Barnes's trip to California, Chinese art, Bertrand Russell, and Laurence Buermeyer.
Dial 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Barnes on Renoir, published by The Dial.
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Barnes on Cézanne, and Barnes's purchase of thirteen Cézanne paintings from the Rijksmuseum.
Ewing, Alice 1920 1 Folder(s) Mentions William Glackens's role in Barnes's purchase of paintings.
Field, Hamilton Easter 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Renoir works sold at Anderson Galleries which Barnes considered to be fakes.
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1920 14 Folder(s) Regarding Renoir works sold at Anderson Galleries which were proven to be fakes. Includes provenance of the thirteen Cézannes Barnes purchased from the Rijksmuseum.
Gallatin, A. E. (Albert Eugene) 1920 1 Folder(s)
Galligan Brothers 1920 1 Folder(s) Includes note regarding financial support Dr. Barnes provided to a Mrs. Tufts.
Girard Automobile Company 1920 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1920 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1920 1 Folder(s) Includes Glackens's recipe for home-brewed ale.
Goldberg, Elias 1920 1 Folder(s)
Greenwell & Dornan 1920 1 Folder(s)
Grimm, William 1920 1 Folder(s)
Happersett, Elizabeth K. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Hartley, Marsden 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding Hartley's reaction to the Foundation's gallery.
Hitschler, William A. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Isaacs, Walter F. 1920 1 Folder(s)
J. W. Hampton, Jr. & Co. 1920 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1920 1 Folder(s)
Kennedy, Fannie W. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Kenworthy, Joseph W. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Kramer, F. Leighton 1920 1 Folder(s)
Kuehne, Max 1920 4 Folder(s) Includes sketches of frame designs, a photograph of the painting St. Francis and Brother Leo Meditating on Death (BF873) by El Greco, and photo post cards from Spain.
Lederer, Ephraim 1920 1 Folder(s)
Liberator 1920 1 Folder(s)
Light, James 1920 1 Folder(s)
Lucerne Fine Art Co., Ltd. 1920 1 Folder(s)
M. Knoedler & Co. 1920 1 Folder(s)
MacKellar, Herbert M. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1920 1 Folder(s)
McDougall, William 1920 1 Folder(s)
Miller, D. Roy 1920 1 Folder(s)
Mitchell, Stewart 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article about the thirteen Cézannes purchased from the Rijksmuseum by Dr. Barnes.
Naimska, Zophia 1920 1 Folder(s)
National City Company 1920 1 Folder(s)
Nell, William B. 1920 1 Folder(s)
New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) 1920 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1920 1 Folder(s)
Pach, Walter 1920 1 Folder(s)
Packard Motor Car Company 1920 2 Folder(s)
Peirce, Waldo 1920 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1920 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1920 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1920 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1920 1 Folder(s)
Richard Dudensing & Son 1920 1 Folder(s)
Rohland, Paul 1920 1 Folder(s)
Rosenfeld, Paul 1920 1 Folder(s)
Rosengarten, Frederic 1920 1 Folder(s)
Ryerson, Martin A. 1920 1 Folder(s) Refers to the John G. Johnson collection, the court decision declaring his house a "fire-trap," and the Mayor's decision to include the collection in the "new art gallery now under construction by the city."
Samuel C. Adams 1920 1 Folder(s)
Scott, Howard 1920 1 Folder(s)
Scott, Joseph 1920 1 Folder(s)
Shallcross, Thomas C. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Sheeler, Charles 1920 1 Folder(s)
Skemp, Olive H. 1920 3 Folder(s)
Slater, Edwin C. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Speicher, Eugene Edward 1920 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1920 2 Folder(s)
Steinmeyer, Fritz 1920 1 Folder(s)
Sterner, N. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Stewart, William 1920 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1920 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, Edith E. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, James 1920 1 Folder(s)
Talley, James E. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Thayer, Scofield 1920 1 Folder(s)
Theo. Photiades 1920 1 Folder(s)
Trafford, Thomas C. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Tucker, Anne C. 1920 1 Folder(s)
United States. Internal Revenue Service 1920 1 Folder(s) Regarding a tax dispute.
Weber, Max 1920 1 Folder(s)
Weir, Frank B. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Western Saving Fund Society 1920 1 Folder(s) Refers to a mortgage on the Tasker Street property.
Westing, Evans & Egmore 1920 1 Folder(s)
Whitall Tatum Company 1920 1 Folder(s)
Williams, William Carlos 1920 1 Folder(s) Includes discussion of Walter Arensberg, and Marcel Duchamp's Urinal.
World Tomorrow: A Journal Looking Toward a Christian World 1920 1 Folder(s)
Wright, E. C. 1920 1 Folder(s)
Yarrow & Van Pelt 1920 1 Folder(s)
Yezierska, Anzia 1920 1 Folder(s)



1921

Alexander, Leon 1921 1 Folder(s)
Archambault, Anna Margaretta 1921 1 Folder(s)
Benson and Hedges 1921 1 Folder(s)
Bezekirskii, Vasilii Vasilévich 1921 1 Folder(s)
Blandshard, Brand 1921 1 Folder(s)
Boni & Liveright 1921 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Bourgeois Galleries 1921 1 Folder(s)
Brown Brothers & Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
Brummer, Joseph 1921 1 Folder(s)
Buermeyer, Laurence 1921 1 Folder(s)
Bury, Edmund 1921 1 Folder(s)
Cambridge University Press 1921 1 Folder(s)
Campbell, Floy 1921 1 Folder(s)
Carles, Arthur B. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Charles Scribner's Sons 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's review and the publication of Percy Moore Turner's book, Appreciation of Painting.
City Parks Association of Philadelphia 1921 1 Folder(s)
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Conrey, ---- 1921 1 Folder(s)
Coss, John J. (John Jacob) 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding a teaching position for Laurence Buermeyer at Columbia, and the Dewey seminar that Dr. Barnes took at Columbia.
Cranmer, Clarence W. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Craven, Thomas 1921 1 Folder(s) In regard to Craven's article in The Dial magazine.
Daniel, Charles 1921 1 Folder(s)
Dasburg, Andrew Michael 1921 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Augusta 1921 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Charles 1921 5 Folder(s) Regarding renovations at Lauraston. Includes postcards from Demuth's Paris trip, and a recipe for hard cider.
Dewey, Alice C. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1921 4 Folder(s) Includes correspondence with Dewey in China.
Dial 1921 1 Folder(s)
Dimock, Edith 1921 1 Folder(s)
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1921 1 Folder(s)
Dubied, Pierre 1921 1 Folder(s)
Dudensing Galleries 1921 1 Folder(s)
Duncan, Hayes H. 1921 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Hedden 1921 1 Folder(s)
Edger, Benjamin J. Jr. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1921 1 Folder(s)
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States 1921 1 Folder(s)
Erck, Theodore A. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Estabrook & Eaton 1921 1 Folder(s)
Evans, Margaret 1921 1 Folder(s)
Fairmount Park. Office of Captain of Park Guard 1921 1 Folder(s)
Faris, ---- 1921 1 Folder(s)
Ferargil Galleries 1921 1 Folder(s)
Field, Hamilton Easter 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding comments made about the Exhibition of American Drawings and Paintings Showing the Later Tendencies in Art at the Academy.
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1921 8 Folder(s) Refers to porcelain painting by Pierre August Renoir's sons, Claude and Jean, and to purchases made from the Seligman sale. Includes letters requesting more pottery by Jean Renoir but asking that flaws in glazing be corrected before shipping.
Galligan Brothers 1921 1 Folder(s)
Girard Automobile Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1921 3 Folder(s) Regarding Dewey's book Reconstruction of Philosophy, and the renovation of Barnes's home, Lauraston. Includes correspondence between Glackens and one of the Mullen sisters about her purchase of paintings by Glackens.
Goldberg, Elias 1921 1 Folder(s)
Grafly, Dorothy 1921 1 Folder(s)
Grimm, William 1921 1 Folder(s)
Gussow, Bernard 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Modern Artists of America.
Hainlen Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer) 1921 1 Folder(s)
Hartley, Marsden 1921 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1921 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1921 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1921 1 Folder(s)
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1921 1 Folder(s)
Kelekian, Dikran G. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Kuehne, Max 1921 8 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Dr. Barnes describing his trip to Paris, a visit to Renoir's house in Cagnes, and to George Durand-Ruel's home overlooking the Dordogne River.
Kuo, Mrs. P. W. 1921 1 Folder(s)
La Revue de l' art ancien et moderne 1921 1 Folder(s) In French.
League for the Amnesty of Political Prisoners 1921 1 Folder(s)
Lederer, Ephraim 1921 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, John Frederick 1921 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to John F. Braun, and from Braun to Barnes.
Loeser, Charles 1921 1 Folder(s)
M---, E. W. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1921 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1921 1 Folder(s)
McCutcheon, Thomas P. 1921 1 Folder(s)
McDougall, William 1921 1 Folder(s)
McGrath, E. J. 1921 1 Folder(s)
McLanhlin, Sutley 1921 1 Folder(s)
Mitcheson, Robert S. J. 1921 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1921 1 Folder(s) In French.
Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith) 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding the John G. Johnson collection.
Museum of French Art 1921 1 Folder(s)
National City Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1921 1 Folder(s)
Ollsen, Olaf 1921 1 Folder(s)
Pach, Walter 1921 1 Folder(s)
Packard Motor Car Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
Pearce, R. G. (Roy Gentry) 1921 1 Folder(s) Includes a published paper by Pearce on heart disease.
Pedersen, Victor C. 1921 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Dr. Barnes's cousin regarding real estate on Long Island, NY.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding eight paintings purchased from the Exhibition of American Drawings and Paintings Showing the Later Tendencies in Art.
Pfeiffer, Ernst 1921 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Inquirer (Firm) 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding an exhibition of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City.
Prendergast, Charles 1921 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil 1921 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1921 1 Folder(s)
Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1921 1 Folder(s)
Public Ledger 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding the exhibition of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City.
Pyle, Walter L. (Walter Lytle) 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding Charles Demuth's health.
Rosenberg, Paul 1921 1 Folder(s)
Rosengarten, Frederic 1921 1 Folder(s)
S---, William E. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Scott, Charles 1921 1 Folder(s)
Seyffert, Helen A. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Sheeler, Charles 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding the painting, the Card Players (BF564) by Cézanne.
Skemp, Olive H. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Smullen & Barry 1921 1 Folder(s)
Speicher, Eugene Edward 1921 1 Folder(s) Includes two essays by Maurice J. Speiser.
Stein Bros. & Boyce 1921 1 Folder(s) In regard to investments made on behalf of Leo Stein.
Stein, Fred M. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1921 10 Folder(s) Includes lists of artwork from Stein's collection for sale, prices, and an indication of the gallery from which they were purchased. Refers to the thirteen Cézannes purchased by Dr. Barnes from the Rijksmuseum, and to a trip that Dr. Barnes made to Florence to visit Stein, the churches, and to see early Italian pictures.
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Stieglitz, Alfred 1921 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1921 1 Folder(s) Includes suggested speech written by Dr. Barnes for Stokowski.
Thayer, Scofield 1921 1 Folder(s)
Theo. Photiades 1921 1 Folder(s)
Thomas, B. A. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Thompson, Charles S. 1921 1 Folder(s)
Turnbull, Grace Hill 1921 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding a request for Dr. Barnes to write a review of Turner's book.
Unidentified correspondent 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding blackmail.
United States Casualty Company 1921 1 Folder(s)
United States. Internal Revenue Service 1921 1 Folder(s)
University of Chicago. Press 1921 1 Folder(s)
Verd, Jean 1921 1 Folder(s)
Weber, Max 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's article about Renoir in The Dial.
Weitzel, E. Boyd 1921 1 Folder(s)
Western Saving Fund Society 1921 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Tasker Street property.
Westing, Evans & Egmore 1921 1 Folder(s)
Widener, Joseph E. (Joseph Early) 1921 1 Folder(s)
Williams, William Carlos 1921 1 Folder(s)
Wright, E. C. 1921 1 Folder(s)



1922

A. Newman & Son 1922 1 Folder(s)
American Art Galleries 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the late Mrs. E. M. Anderson sale.
American Medical Association 1922 1 Folder(s)
Anchor Post Iron works 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes an estimate.
Arlando Marine 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the building stone for the Barnes Foundation's Gallery.
Arrott, William 1922 1 Folder(s)
Arthur Lenars & Cie 1922 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Arts & Decoration 1922 1 Folder(s)
Barnes, John J. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of the Tasker Street property.
Berea College 1922 1 Folder(s)
Bernstein, Theresa 1922 1 Folder(s)
Berry, Rose V. S. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Berry, Walter V. R. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Biltmore Industries 1922 1 Folder(s)
Blandshard, Brand 1922 1 Folder(s)
Blaylock & Blynn 1922 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Bourgeois Galleries 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Cézanne from the Pellerin collection.
Breckinridge, Hugh Henry 1922 1 Folder(s)
Brewster Publications 1922 1 Folder(s)
Broom: An International Magazine of the Arts 1922 1 Folder(s)
Brown, Lathrop 1922 1 Folder(s)
Browne, Sue W. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Buermeyer, Laurence 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to Dr. Barnes's plans for integrating various texts on visual art into an educational plan, and offering Buermeyer the opportunity to teach.
C. Albert Kuehnel Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Campbell, Floy 1922 1 Folder(s)
Carles, Arthur B. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the annual exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Casaccio Brothers 1922 1 Folder(s)
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique 1922 1 Folder(s)
Connelly, John P. 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes proposals by Dr. Barnes concerning properties on Latch's Lane.
Creed, Irving J. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Cret, Paul Philippe 1922 6 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding the plans and materials for the gallery and residence. Includes a description entitled, "The Building for the Barnes Foundation."
Culin, Stewart 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes photographs and clippings of African art.
Curry, William 1922 1 Folder(s)
Daly, John M. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of the 1331 Tasker Street, Philadelphia, property.
Degerberg, Alfred 1922 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Charles 1922 3 Folder(s)
Dewey, Alice C. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Evelyn 1922 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1922 3 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Laurence Buermeyer to Dr. Barnes.
Dewey, Lucy A. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Dial 1922 1 Folder(s)
Dillon, Reed & Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Druckenmiller & Williams 1922 1 Folder(s)
Duveen Brothers 1922 1 Folder(s)
E.J. Hedden 1922 1 Folder(s)
Earley, John J. (John Joseph) 1922 1 Folder(s)
Ehrich Galleries 1922 1 Folder(s)
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited 1922 1 Folder(s)
Episcopal Academy (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to resistance to a proposed road.
Episse, J. 1922 1 Folder(s) In French.
Evans, F. Hopkinson 1922 1 Folder(s)
Evans, High, Dettra & Swartz 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes the deed for the Wilson property. In regard to filing the Barnes Foundation's charter.
Eyre, Wilson 1922 1 Folder(s)
F. & E. Aubel 1922 1 Folder(s)
F.J. Lisman & Company 1922 1 Folder(s)
Ferargil Galleries 1922 1 Folder(s)
Fèvre & Cie. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the stone for the Foundation buildings.
Finletter, Edwin M. 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to a road extending from Latch's Lane to City Ave.
Fleetwood Metal Body Company 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to repainting Dr. Barnes's roadster "robin's egg blue."
Framerican Industrial Development Corporation 1922 1 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding the stone for the Foundation buildings.
Galerie Barbazanges 1922 1 Folder(s) In French.
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1922 4 Folder(s) Includes provenance of Cézanne's Four Peaches on a Plate (BF21) purchased from the Kelekian sale.
Galerie Vildrac 1922 1 Folder(s) In French.
Gibson, James E. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Company 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes order for checks imprinted with the words, Lydia A. Barnes Foundation.
Glackens, William James 1922 1 Folder(s)
Guillaume, Paul 1922 9 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding paintings, African sculpture, the design of the gallery building, and a trip taken by architect H. W. MacNeill to view French house styles. Mentions Stewart Culin's African art exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Includes letters from Galerie Vildrac, and pencil sketches.
Hainlen Company 1922 1 Folder(s)
Hall, H. U. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Hiver, Marcel 1922 1 Folder(s) In French. Includes oversized enclosure of a poster.
Hofman, Josef 1922 1 Folder(s)
Hotel Mirabeau 1922 1 Folder(s)
Hudson Forwarding and Shipping Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
J.E. Caldwell & Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
John W. Doriss 1922 1 Folder(s)
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1922 1 Folder(s)
Kraushaar Galleries 1922 1 Folder(s)
Kuehne, Max 1922 2 Folder(s) Includes an untitled photograph of a painting and letters from Spain. Refers to Kuehne's exhibition at Montross Galleries.
Kullmer, Charles J. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Laird, Warren Powers 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the College Art Association.
Loeser, Charles 1922 1 Folder(s)
MacNeill, H. W. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Mann & Dilks 1922 1 Folder(s)
Manufacturers' Club of Philadelphia 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's resignation from the club.
McClatchy, John H. 1922 6 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of the Allen property and the sale of a property on Glendale Road which was held in trust for John J. Barnes and Charles W. Barnes.
McMenamin, George 1922 1 Folder(s)
Meeker, Grace M. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Merion (Pa.). Postmaster 1922 1 Folder(s)
Missemer, David B. 1922 3 Folder(s)
Mon. le Tournir 1922 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding a car rental in France.
Moncure, Elise Vance 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding an exhibition at the Plastic Club.
National City Bank of New York 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of French francs.
National City Company 1922 2 Folder(s)
New Gallery 1922 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding freight charges for oil paintings and other works of art.
Owners' Auto Finance Co. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding an automobile purchased by John W. White.
Packard Motor Car Company 1922 1 Folder(s)
Pascin, Jules 1922 1 Folder(s)
Pearce, R. G. (Roy Gentry) 1922 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Indemnity Exchange 1922 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania State Highway Department. Registrar of Motor Vehicles 1922 1 Folder(s)
Powell, Edith Wood 1922 1 Folder(s)
Prince, John Walter 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Prince accepting the position of curator of the Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation.
Purves, Austin M. Jr. 1922 1 Folder(s)
R.F. Downing & Co. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding a shipment of paintings.
Renoir, Jean 1922 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Riddle, Alice 1922 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding a lecture on art.
Riis, P. P. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Ripley, H. Ernestine (Harriet Ernestine) 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding an appeal for financial assistance from an American scholar in France.
Ritter, Verus T. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Roberts, Montgomery & McKeehan 1922 2 Folder(s) Regarding the pension fund, the Lydia A. Barnes Memorial Fund, and the draft of the Indenture and Agreement of Gift to the Barnes Foundation.
Rosenberg, Paul 1922 1 Folder(s) In French.
Rudolphy, Jay Besson 1922 1 Folder(s)
Sabatini, Raphael 1922 1 Folder(s)
Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee 1922 1 Folder(s)
Saint-Gaudens, Homer 1922 1 Folder(s)
Saul, Ewing, Remick & Saul 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of a strip of land to Verus T. Ritter.
Seneca, Michael F. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the 1331 Tasker Street, Philadelphia, property.
Sheeler, Charles 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to photographs taken by Sheeler of artwork in the collection.
Shickshinny (Luzerne County, Pa.). Burger 1922 1 Folder(s)
Southern Surety Company 1922 1 Folder(s)
Speiser, Maurice J. (Maurice Joseph) 1922 1 Folder(s)
Springfield Consolidated Water Company 1922 1 Folder(s)
Sterne, Maurice 1922 1 Folder(s) Concerning an exhibition at Bourgeois Galleries.
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1922 1 Folder(s) In regard to relining and restretching canvases. Refers to Narberth properties and Lincoln Drive properties.
Stewart, Mrs. William 1922 1 Folder(s)
Story, Edward M. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Street, Linder & Propert 1922 1 Folder(s)
Tetzen-Lund, Christian 1922 1 Folder(s)
Theo. Photiades 1922 1 Folder(s)
Thomson, Anne 1922 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Marie Sterner to Thomson.
Turner, Percy Moore 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding photographs of art.
Unidentified correspondent 1922 1 Folder(s) In French. Concerning drawings and paintings.
Union Fire Association (Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.) 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation to purchase new fire fighting equipment.
United States. Internal Revenue Service 1922 1 Folder(s)
United States. Passport Services 1922 1 Folder(s)
Vermont Marble Company 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding marble for the Foundation buildings.
Von Moschzisker, Robert 1922 1 Folder(s)
Warner, Langdon 1922 1 Folder(s)
Watson, Forbes 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article about the Foundation and a review written by Dr. Barnes of Percy Moore Turner's book to appear in The Arts magazine.
Westing, Evans & Egmore 1922 1 Folder(s)
Wharton Green & Co. 1922 1 Folder(s)
White Star Line 1922 1 Folder(s)
Widner, Joseph E. (Joseph Early) 1922 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, Joseph Lapsley 1922 2 Folder(s) Includes mechanical drawings of property lines, a list of deed transfers, Dr. Barnes's hand-written proposal to Captain Wilson in which he refers to the arboretum as the Joseph Lapsley Wilson Arboretum, and a lease for the rental of the "Colonial house."
Wm H.W. Quick & Bro. 1922 1 Folder(s)
Wm. H. Wilson & Co. 1922 1 Folder(s) Regarding the purchase of the Off, Pancoast, and DeArmond properties.
York & Sawyer 1922 1 Folder(s) Concerning the stone selected for the Foundation buildings.
Zborowski, ---- 1922 1 Folder(s) In German. Possibly from Leopold Zborowski.
Zerfing, Wilson 1922 1 Folder(s)



1923

A. Kroch & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Abell, Marcelle A. 1923 1 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding a Swarthmore College catalog.
Abell, Walter H. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding criticism of An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen. Refers to the outlawing of war.
Albright and Mebus 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to plantings of small trees.
Aldrich, Amelia M. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to an Italian painting.
Allen E. Beals Corporation 1923 1 Folder(s)
Allen, Fred B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Alliance Française 1923 1 Folder(s)
American Classical League 1923 1 Folder(s)
American Express Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Anders, Howard S. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Andry-Farcy 1923 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding the Musée de Grenoble.
Appraisers Stores 1923 1 Folder(s)
Archipenko, Alexandre 1923 1 Folder(s) Enclosure.
Aronstamen, George C. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Art Metal Construction Co. 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes a brochure.
Arthur Lenars & Cie. 1923 8 Folder(s) In French. Regarding the shipping of paintings, stone and bronze sculptures, and African art.
Arts 1923 1 Folder(s)
Arts & Decoration 1923 1 Folder(s)
Atkins, Charles M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Automatic Signal & Sign Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bachstitz Gallery 1923 1 Folder(s)
Baker & Taylor Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bala and Merion Electric Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Barbour, H. J. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Barnes, John Laurenz 1923 1 Folder(s)
Barzun 1923 1 Folder(s)
Benedictine Academy 1923 1 Folder(s)
Benton, Thomas Hart 1923 10 Folder(s) Refers to Waldemar George. Includes a sketch by Benton explaining the imagined construction of a third dimension in a two dimensional composition.
Berry, I. S. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Berry, Walter 1923 1 Folder(s)
Betz, F. William 1923 1 Folder(s)
Biltmore Industries 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bjorkman, Olaf 1923 1 Folder(s)
Block, J. M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bonney, Thérèse 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Boston Evening Transcript 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article about the Barnes Foundation.
Bouché, G. Louis 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bourgeois Galleries 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bower, A. C. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Brandeis, Adele 1923 1 Folder(s)
Breckenridge, Hugh Henry 1923 1 Folder(s)
Brentano's (Firm) 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to books on African sculpture.
Brick Row Book Shop (New York, N.Y.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Brooklyn Museum 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to African art and the damaging effects of the local climate on the collection.
Broom: An International Magazine of the Arts 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bryn Mawr College 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes and Laurence Buermeyer to Rhys Carpenter and Georgiana Goddard King, and from King to Miss Mullen and Buermeyer.
Bryn Mawr College. Art Club 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Pamela Coyne to Dr. Barnes and Laurence Buermeyer, from Katharine A. Connor to Laurence Buermeyer, and from Buermeyer to Connor.
Buermeyer, Laurence 1923 15 Folder(s) Regarding the progress of Buermeyer's book, The Aesthetic Experience. Includes newspaper clippings and correspondence concerning the Catherine Rosier murder case. Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to John R. K. Scott, Evelyn Dewey, William T. Connor, and from John Dewey to Barnes.
Burlin, Paul 1923 1 Folder(s)
Burnshaw Motor Co., Inc. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Bush, Wendell T. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cahen, Fernand 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
Camfferman, Margaret 1923 1 Folder(s)
Campbell, Floy 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the loan of photographs and a gift of books to art students in Kansas.
Carles, Arthur B. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the exhibition of Dr. Barnes's collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Carlton College 1923 1 Folder(s)
Caro-Delvaille, Henry 1923 1 Folder(s)
Carr, John B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cary, Harold 1923 1 Folder(s)
Century Magazine 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a review for An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen. Includes an advertisement from John Wanamaker (firm) for the same book.
Chappel, W. Vivian 1923 1 Folder(s)
Chase, F. P. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Chenapa, M. S. Devi 1923 1 Folder(s)
Chicago Book Store 1923 1 Folder(s)
City and Country School (New York, N.Y.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
City Library Association (Springfield, Mass.) 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen.
City Parks Association of Philadelphia 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cleveland Museum of Art 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen.
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa 1923 1 Folder(s)
College Art Association of America 1923 1 Folder(s)
Collins, Anna L. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the purchase of two Prendergast beach scenes.
Commercial Stamp Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique 1923 1 Folder(s)
Comstock, A. B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Connelly & Boylan 1923 1 Folder(s)
Conrad, Joseph 1923 1 Folder(s)
Consignment Arts, Inc. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Consolidated Stone Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Coriat, Etta D. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Corporation Trust Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Coss, John J. (John Jacob) 1923 1 Folder(s)
County, ---- 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cournier, J. M. 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
Coyne, Pamela 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cranmer, Clarence W. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the collection of Mrs. Thomas Eakins.
Cranston, Joseph M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Craven, Thomas 1923 10 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes the cancellation of and continued dispute over a contract for a book about art by Craven, a review by Waldemar George of Craven's book, Progress in Painting, and third party correspondence from Thomas Hart Benton and from Dr. Barnes to the editor of The Dial. Refers to Dr. Barnes's appendicitis. Enclosures include a page from the journal The Freeman.
Crawford, Andrew Wright 1923 1 Folder(s)
Cret, Paul Philippe 1923 33 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes third party correspondence from Paul Philippe Cret to Jacques Lipchitz, John Hagan and Company, Framerican Industrial Development Company, Galligan Brothers, and Henry E. Baton, and from Geyelin and Company, F.L. Hoover and Sons, John Hagan and Company, Henry E. Baton, and Framerican Industrial Development Corporation to Cret. Includes lists of sub-contractors and estimated cost of Foundation buildings, a handwritten note from Dr. Barnes in which he expressed his desire to break with tradition and place a slate roof on the Foundation buildings, and the decision to move the planned location of the gallery building at the request of Mrs. Barnes.
Croly, Herbert David 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to an article in the New Republic about the Barnes Foundation.
Cummisky, ---- 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dafalco Art Gallery 1923 1 Folder(s)
D'Antonio, John 1923 1 Folder(s)
D'Aras, L. A. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to various portrait paintings.
Davis & Nahikian 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dean, Carrie L. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a request for lantern slides of the collection.
Dean, Mrs. H. M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Deasy, Thomas 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to Haida art.
Delaware County (Pa.). Assessor 1923 1 Folder(s)
DeLucia, R. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Charles 1923 2 Folder(s)
Denholm & McKay Co. (Worcester, Mass.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Charles Melville 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes a photograph of a painting offered for sale.
Dewey, Evelyn 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1923 11 Folder(s) In French and English. Refers to F. Matthias Alexander's methods. Includes correspondence in which Dewey declined Barnes's offer to lecture at the Foundation and Barnes's subsequent offer to find a "pinch-hitter" until Dewey was available, a list of proposed officers, trustees, and directors of the Foundation, and a marriage announcement for Dewey's daughter, Lucy Alice Chipman, in Peking, China.
DeWolfe, Fiske & Co. (Boston, Mass.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dial 1923 11 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to Scofield Thayer and from Thayer to Barnes, to The Dial and Scofield Thayer from Laurence Buermeyer and to Buermeyer from Thayer. Includes an article by Thomas Craven, "The Progress of Painting," along with Dr. Barnes's notations, and the purchase dates and prices for Picasso and Soutine paintings.
Dimock, Edith 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding Glackens's influence on and contribution to Dr. Barnes's collection.
Disciples Publication Society 1923 1 Folder(s)
Donaghy, Captain 1923 1 Folder(s)
Dornan, William J. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Du Bois, Guy Pène 1923 1 Folder(s)
Durchshlag, H. H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
E----, Ben 1923 1 Folder(s)
E.A. Eissing Co. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the shipment of paintings.
Eaton, Mary Irene 1923 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1923 1 Folder(s)
Elkins, Morris & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Episcopal Academy (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1923 2 Folder(s) In regard to the restoration of proper drainage to the Foundation grounds.
Epstein, Jacob 1923 1 Folder(s)
Eshelman & Craig Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Evans, High, Dettra & Swartz 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Foundation's tax-free status.
Evans, Mayetta J. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Exley, Emily 1923 1 Folder(s)
Eyre, Wilson 1923 1 Folder(s)
F. & E. Aubel 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the wrought iron fence surrounding the Barnes Foundation.
Farley, Robert P. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Fearon Galleries 1923 1 Folder(s)
Fels, Florent 1923 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Fèvre & Cie. 1923 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding the building stone for the Foundation buildings.
Fichter, William L. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Field, C. J. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Fleetwood Metal Body Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Flint, McGrath & Carlson 1923 1 Folder(s)
Foreign Affairs: An American Quarterly Review 1923 1 Folder(s)
Framerican Industrial Development Corporation 1923 6 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes shipping documents for building stone for the Foundation buildings.
Francis, J. P. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Franklin, Alice Darc 1923 1 Folder(s)
Freund, Frank E. Washburn 1923 1 Folder(s) In English and French. In regard to Nuit Etoilée by Vincent van Gogh.
Friedman, Israel 1923 1 Folder(s)
Friend, Albert M. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to attracting the interest of students and faculty at Princeton University in the Barnes Foundation.
Friesz, Othon 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
Galerie Barbazanges 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
Galerie Durand-Ruel 1923 1 Folder(s) In French. Contains business cards from George and Joseph Durand-Ruel.
Galerie Hansen 1923 1 Folder(s)
Galligan Brothers 1923 2 Folder(s) Includes mechanical drawing of a water drain pipe. In regard to irrigation and drainage.
Gibbons, William 1923 1 Folder(s)
Girard Trust Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to art and bad fishing.
Gordon, Alfred 1923 1 Folder(s)
Gordon, G. B. (George Byron) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Grahams, Parsons & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Greenman, Frances Cranmer 1923 1 Folder(s)
Greenwell & Dornan 1923 1 Folder(s)
Greir, Dennis 1923 1 Folder(s)
Grimm, William 1923 1 Folder(s)
Grogan, Lucy V. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Grove Park Inn (Ashville, N.C.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Guillaume, Paul 1923 35 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding purchases, reaction to Barnes's exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the "Renoir-Louvre affair" about Renoir's Baigneuses, African American spirituals, interactions with Waldemar George, Marius de Zayas, John Quinn, and Charles Sheeler, Stewart Culin's African art exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Lipchitz's bas reliefs on the gallery building. Includes newspaper clippings, an essay by Paul Guillaume about African art, a photograph of Cézanne's La forêt, a letter from Barnes to Jules Pascin, and an invitation to a Barnes Foundation exhibition at Galerie Paul Guillaume.
H unidentified 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hachelhauser, A. V. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hall, H. U. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hamersly, Edmund G. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of Japanese curios collected in the 1870s.
Hamilton Book Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Harper & Brothers 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to reproducing Charles Demuth's artwork in a book of essays.
Harper, William Warner 1923 1 Folder(s)
Harrisburg (Pa.). School District 1923 1 Folder(s)
Harvard Coöperative Society 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hastings, Katharine 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hatfield, Roy A. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Havemeyer, Louisine Waldron Elder 1923 1 Folder(s)
Haydock-Martin Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Helen Hughes Memorial Committee 1923 1 Folder(s)
Henniker-Heaton, Raymond 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a magazine article by Henniker-Heaton about the Barnes Foundation.
Henry E. Baton, Inc. 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from Paul Philippe Cret to Henry E. Baton.
Hersch, E. 1923 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding an offer to sell a sculpture of Diana, the Huntress.
Hill, Dennis Edward 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Holmes, F. H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Horn & Brannen Manufacturing Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hosken, William T. M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hotel Mirabeau 1923 1 Folder(s)
Howard, E. E. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding an offer to sell a Dutch painting.
Hoyt, Merrydelle 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hunkin-Conkey Construction 1923 1 Folder(s)
Hutchinson, James P. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation to the American Hospital near Paris, France.
I---, Hélène 1923 1 Folder(s)
Indemnity Exchange of America 1923 1 Folder(s)
Insurance Company of North America 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the demolition of Joseph Lapsley Wilson's house and buildings on the property purchased for the Barnes Foundation.
International Mercantile Marine Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
International Studio 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Paul Guillaume on African art.
J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the introduction written by Dr. Barnes and the photographs used for the catalog of the "Exhibition of Contemporary European Painting and Sculpture."
Jean---, Léon 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
John Hagan & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the stone construction of the Foundation buildings, changes in the stone used in the service building, and a strike by stone cutters in Philadelphia.
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1923 1 Folder(s)
John Wood, Jr. & Company 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the offer of a painting by Guido Rene for sale.
Jones, E. Milton 1923 1 Folder(s)
Jones, Thomas A. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Joseph W. Gross & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Kane, Mary V. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Keer, Maurer Co. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to shipping works of art and blocks of stone.
Kennedy, Clarence 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to Smith College.
Kisling, Moïse 1923 1 Folder(s) In French and German. In regard to Cubism.
Kohler, Lusanne 1923 1 Folder(s) In German.
Krebs, H. J. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Kuehne, Max 1923 1 Folder(s)
L unidentified 1923 1 Folder(s)
Laird, Warren P. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Land Title and Trust Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lawrence, Marion 1923 1 Folder(s)
Le Duc, Arthur Conrad 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lerolle, Guillaume 1923 2 Folder(s)
Lesch, Rudolf 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to color reproductions of art.
Levinson, Salmon Oliver 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the American Committee for the Outlawry of War.
Liber, Mrs. R. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lipchitz, Jacques 1923 1 Folder(s)
London, George 1923 1 Folder(s)
Louis Ralston & Son 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lovekin, Luther D. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Assessor 1923 1 Folder(s)
Lowery, Jacob H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Maene, ---- 1923 1 Folder(s)
Maker, T. J. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding paintings offered for sale.
Mann & Dilks 1923 1 Folder(s)
Market Street Title and Trust Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Mask: An Illustrated Journal of the Art of the Theatre 1923 1 Folder(s)
Matzkowsky, Lucy 1923 1 Folder(s)
Mayer, August L. 1923 1 Folder(s)
McClatchy, John H. 1923 2 Folder(s)
McIlhenny, John D. 1923 1 Folder(s)
McMillan, Emily D. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Memphis Steel Construction Company 1923 1 Folder(s) Contains third party correspondence from Paul Philippe Cret to W. McMillan & Sons.
Menorah Journal 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to a review of An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen.
Methodist Episcopal Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Miller, Arthur Hagen 1923 1 Folder(s)
Minnesota State Art Society 1923 1 Folder(s)
Missimer, David B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
MM. Bernheim Jeune & cie (Paris, France) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Munce, T. S. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Murphy, Hubert George 1923 1 Folder(s)
Murphy, John 1923 1 Folder(s)
Nagel, Hildegard 1923 1 Folder(s)
Narberth (Pa.). Fire Department 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a donation by Dr. Barnes for fire fighting apparatus.
Nation 1923 1 Folder(s)
National City Bank of New York 1923 3 Folder(s) Regarding a transfer of pounds sterling to Percy Moore Turner and Chas. A. Hodgkinson in London and opening a bank account in Paris for Jacques Lipchitz.
National City Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
New Gallery Art Club 1923 1 Folder(s)
Newark Evening News 1923 1 Folder(s)
Newark Museum Association 1923 1 Folder(s)
Otis Art Institute 1923 1 Folder(s)
Owl: A Literary and Comic Magazine 1923 1 Folder(s)
Packard Motor Car Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Parker, D. D. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Pascin, Jules 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to Jacques Lipchitz.
Pedersen, Victor C. 1923 1 Folder(s) Enclosures. Regarding a Social Service Ward for women and children.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1923 3 Folder(s) Regarding the exhibition, Contemporary European Painting, featuring artwork from Dr. Barnes's collection, and an offer to pay Thomas Hart Benton's salary if the Academy includes him as a faculty member. Includes an inventory of paintings and printer's instructions for the exhibition catalogue.
Pennsylvania Motors 1923 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Railroad 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the transportation of stone for the Foundation buildings.
Pentoney, A. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding an offer of paintings for sale.
Perls, Hugo 1923 1 Folder(s) In German.
Peterffy, Ernest 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding German Expressionist paintings.
Petronio, Albert M. J. 1923 1 Folder(s) In French. In regard to antiquities.
Philadelphia Art Alliance 1923 1 Folder(s) Enclosures. Regarding the organization of the Philadelphia Congress of Art.
Philadelphia Contributionship for the Insurance of Houses from Loss by Fire 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the demolition of the Joseph Lapsley Wilson house.
Philadelphia Electric Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Orchestra 1923 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Sketch Club 1923 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Trust Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Philler, Emily C. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Pinchot, Cornelia Bryce 1923 1 Folder(s)
Pleadwell, Amy 1923 1 Folder(s)
Powell, Edith W. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article for the Public Ledger.
Presbyterian Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding X-rays of Dr. Barnes's hand and his father's (John J. Barnes) shoulder and arm.
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's opinion of who are the best Modern women painters.
Princeton University Store 1923 1 Folder(s)
Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Public Ledger 1923 5 Folder(s) Regarding a negative review of the Contemporary European Painting exhibition at the Academy. Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to Dorothy Grafly and Edith Wood Powell.
Putman, J. L. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Ramoneda Bros. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to a "Raffael" painting offered for sale.
Rice, Mrs. Albert L. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1923 1 Folder(s)
Ritter, Verus T. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the sale of the Allen property to Episcopal Acdemy.
Ritterson, George H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Roberts, Montgomery & McKeehan 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the stream shared by the Foundation and Episcopal Academy.
Robinson, Ella B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Rolls, H. Montague 1923 1 Folder(s)
Ross, Howard Salter 1923 1 Folder(s)
Rout, C. B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Rudolphy, Jay Besson 1923 1 Folder(s)
Ruse, Sophia 1923 1 Folder(s)
Russell, Bertrand 1923 1 Folder(s)
Russian Tea Shop 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sajenni, Domenick 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to 17th century wood carvings offered for sale.
Saltonstall, Gladys 1923 1 Folder(s)
Salus, Joseph W. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding a Central High School class reunion.
Schaeffer, Lydia Barnes 1923 1 Folder(s)
Scott & Fowles (Firm) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Scott, J. E. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Seyes, Elinor M. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sheeler, Charles 1923 1 Folder(s)
Shrader, G. T. 1923 1 Folder(s) Enclosures include a promotional brochure and newsclippings.
Simons, Ella 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sinkler, Caroline 1923 1 Folder(s)
Skemp, Olive H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Smalley's 1923 1 Folder(s)
Smith, ---- Penn 1923 1 Folder(s)
Society of Arts and Letters 1923 1 Folder(s) Enclosures include a program and guest card.
Springfield Consolidated Water Company 1923 1 Folder(s) Water bill for residence of Dr. Barnes's father, John J. Barnes, and brother, Charles W. Barnes.
Stanton, Theodore 1923 1 Folder(s)
Steele, Fletcher 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sterner, Albert 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes a small catalogue for the Loan Exhibition of Portrait Drawings at Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park.
Stewart, William 1923 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to "un ballet negre." Includes an essay entitled, "Musical Afternoons with Leopold Stokowski."
Strawbridge & Clothier 1923 1 Folder(s)
Swarthmore College 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, Edith E. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, James 1923 1 Folder(s)
Taylor, Delk 1923 1 Folder(s)
Tessaro's 1923 1 Folder(s)
Tetzen-Lund, Christian 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale by Dr. Barnes of paintings by Picasso and Matisse.
Thannhauser, Heinrich 1923 1 Folder(s)
Thayer, Scofield 1923 1 Folder(s)
Thomasson, Pattie R. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Thurston, Carl H. P. (Carl Hammond Philander) 1923 1 Folder(s)
Tilyard, Katharyn Irene 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to the offer of a painting of George Washington for sale.
Tindel, Adam 1923 1 Folder(s)
Tischler, Frank 1923 1 Folder(s)
Trans-Continental Engineering Company 1923 1 Folder(s)
Trowbridge, Mme. Henry 1923 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1923 1 Folder(s)
U.S. Customs Service 1923 2 Folder(s) Includes a copy of the Foundation's charter. Regarding the exemption of French building stone from import duty.
Unidentified correspondent 1923 1 Folder(s)
Unidentified correspondent 1923 1 Folder(s)
United States Lines 1923 1 Folder(s)
Vallotton, Paul 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding Impressionist paintings offered for sale.
Van Baer, A. 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to Spanish art for sale.
Van Leer, L. E. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding paintings offered for sale.
Varney, Ruth 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of paintings by Edward Moran.
Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie 1923 1 Folder(s) In French.
Waldemar George 1923 5 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding the publication of a book including a list of plates. Includes an offer of a liaison with the Foundation and an agreement to write a series of monographs on the works of contemporary painters.
Walter Hyams & Company 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes newspaper article clipped from the Public Ledger about the opening of the Barnes Foundation.
Warwick Boy's Club 1923 1 Folder(s)
Watson, Forbes 1923 2 Folder(s) Concerning photographs of the Foundation's collection by Charles Sheeler and an article about African art by Paul Guillaume.
Wayne, Oscar T. 1923 1 Folder(s) Regarding the offer to sell a Swiss collection of paintings. Includes an inventory of artworks offered for sale.
West Philadelphia Art Glass Works 1923 1 Folder(s)
Westney, John 1923 1 Folder(s)
Weyhe, E. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Wharton Green & Co. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Wharton, James B. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Whitall, ---- 1923 1 Folder(s)
White Star Line 1923 1 Folder(s)
Wieker, Otho 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to paintings offered for sale. Includes a pamphlet about Abraham Lincoln written by Wieker.
Wilds, Sophie 1923 1 Folder(s)
Williams, Brown & Earle 1923 1 Folder(s) Includes a list of photographs of paintings to be made into lantern slides.
Wilson, Joseph Lapsley 1923 1 Folder(s) In regard to Laure House also known as the Arboretum House.
Wright, David H. 1923 1 Folder(s)
Yezierska, Anzia 1923 1 Folder(s)
Zadkine, Ossip 1923 1 Folder(s)



1924

A. Kroch & Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Abbott, A. C. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Abell, Marcelle A. 1924 1 Folder(s) In French.
Abell, Walter H. 1924 1 Folder(s) Includes an essay, "An Approach to Art," by Walter Abell.
Afroyim, Beys 1924 1 Folder(s)
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Psi Chapter (University of Pennsylvania) 1924 1 Folder(s)
American Federation of Arts 1924 1 Folder(s)
Anchor Post Iron Works 1924 1 Folder(s)
Apschum, Captain ---- 1924 1 Folder(s)
Archer, Pierce 1924 1 Folder(s)
Armstrong Association of Philadelphia 1924 1 Folder(s)
Armstrong Cork & Insulation Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Arthur Lenars & Cie. 1924 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's life membership in the Association. Includes a program for the Association's Spring Conference.
B. Ridgway & Son (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Baker & Taylor Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Bala & Merion Electric Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Bartine, W. M. 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding a painting offered for sale.
Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania 1924 1 Folder(s)
Berea College 1924 1 Folder(s)
Bibb, Eloise A. (Eloise Alberta) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Birth Control Clinical Research 1924 1 Folder(s)
Bortle & Co. 1924 4 Folder(s)
Brieskorn, Adolph 1924 1 Folder(s) In German.
Brooks, Alfred Mansfield 1924 1 Folder(s)
Bryn Mawr College 1924 6 Folder(s) Regarding Bryn Mawr students being barred from visiting the Foundation, and a summary of an A. C. Barnes Company factory discussion of the situation.
Buermeyer, Laurence 1924 4 Folder(s)
C.O. Struse & Sons 1924 1 Folder(s)
Cadwalader, John 1924 1 Folder(s)
Campbell, Floy 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to copies of An Approach to Art by Mary Mullen sent by Dr. Barnes as gifts to Campbell's art students.
Carson, Joseph 1924 1 Folder(s)
Cass, Eleanor Lansing 1924 1 Folder(s)
Century Magazine 1924 1 Folder(s)
City Library (Springfield, Mass.) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Clark, Arthur Bridgman 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Exhibition of Modern European Paintings at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1923.
Cleveland Museum of Art 1924 1 Folder(s)
Cobb, Bates and Yerxa Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
College of the City of New York 1924 1 Folder(s)
Collins, Anna L. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Columbia University. Press. Bookstore 1924 1 Folder(s)
Conlen, William J. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Coss, John J. (John Jacob) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Courtauld, Samuel 1924 1 Folder(s)
Cranston, Joseph M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Crawford, Andrew Wright 1924 1 Folder(s)
Creed, Irving J. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Cret, Paul Philippe 1924 38 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding the installation of the Lipchitz bas reliefs on the exterior of the Foundation's buildings, and the fabric covering the interior Gallery walls. Includes plans and drawings for the spring house (Tea House), a graphite and colored pencil drawing on tracing paper, diazotypes and photostats depicting revisions and alternative plans for stonework and changes to front portico of the gallery building, and a graphite and watercolor drawing depicting the design on the Gallery entrance (the Barnes Foundation logo). Includes third party correspondence from Paul Philippe Cret to Henry E. Baton, Inc., Joseph H. Dulles Allen, John Hagan and Company, C. H. Williams, Framerican Industrial Development Corporation, Enfield Tile and Pottery Works, Galligan Brothers, Edward F. Caldwell & Co., Robert Keown, and from John Hagan and Company, Framerican Industrial Development Corporation, Henry E. Baton, Inc., Edward F. Caldwell & Co., to Cret.
Croly, Herbert David 1924 1 Folder(s) Refers to the establishment of a Professorship of Modern Art at the University of Pennsylvania in association with the Barnes Foundation.
Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd. 1924 1 Folder(s)
D---, Alois Ferdinand 1924 1 Folder(s) In German.
D'Ascenzo, Nicola 1924 1 Folder(s)
Deeter, Paxson 1924 1 Folder(s)
Denholm & McKay Co. (Worcester, Pa.) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Detwiller, Frederick Knecht 1924 1 Folder(s)
Devlin, Thomas 1924 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Alice C. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1924 6 Folder(s) Regarding Salmon Oliver Levinson's plan for outlawing war.
Dial 1924 10 Folder(s) In regard to an essay by Laurence Buermeyer. Includes third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to Scofield Thayer, and from The Dial to Laurence Buermeyer.
Dimock, Edith 1924 1 Folder(s)
Dornan, William J. 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to the printing of Dr. Barnes's book, The Art in Painting.
Drummond, Charles H. 1924 1 Folder(s) Concerning a course to be offered at the University of Pennsylvania in conjunction with the Barnes Foundation.
Dubassoff, Dmitri T. 1924 1 Folder(s)
E.A. Havens Company 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of Lauraston.
Eberhardt Brothers 1924 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1924 1 Folder(s)
Edwd. F. Caldwell & Co. 1924 3 Folder(s)
Ellis, Havelock 1924 1 Folder(s)
Enfield Pottery and Tile Works 1924 4 Folder(s) In regard to tile for fireplaces, the porch floor, and the frieze of tile in the portico of the gallery building. Includes graphite and colored pencil drawing of blue tile border, and original plans for animals, "masques," and figures for the portico.
F. & E. Aubel 1924 1 Folder(s) Includes diazotype of proposed rearrangement of gates at rear approach to the Barnes Foundation.
F.B. Vandegrift & Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Faille, J.-B. (Jacob-Baart) de la 1924 1 Folder(s)
Far and Near Press Bureau 1924 1 Folder(s)
Farina, Pasquale 1924 1 Folder(s)
Farley, Charles 1924 1 Folder(s)
Fauset, Arthur Huff 1924 3 Folder(s) Includes the pamphlet, A New Plan for Negro Education.
Fichter, William L. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Fitzpatrick, Thomas 1924 1 Folder(s)
Framerican Industrial Development Corporation 1924 1 Folder(s)
Freeman 1924 1 Folder(s)
French, A. M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Froelicher, Hans 1924 1 Folder(s)
Galerie Barbazanges 1924 1 Folder(s) In French.
Galligan Brothers 1924 3 Folder(s)
Gardeners' Chronicle 1924 1 Folder(s)
Gardening Illustrated 1924 1 Folder(s)
Garrett Biblical Institute 1924 1 Folder(s)
Gilmore, W. E. Garrett 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of Lauraston.
Girard Trust Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Giraudon 1924 1 Folder(s) In French.
Glackens, William James 1924 3 Folder(s) Includes a letter telling of the death of Maurice Prendergast. Includes an essay about Glackens by Dr. Barnes.
Greer, Annie 1924 1 Folder(s)
Guardian: A Monthly Journal 1924 1 Folder(s)
Guild, Frank S. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Guillaume, Paul 1924 37 Folder(s) In French and English. Includes a postcard from Nice, France, noting the purchase of an "important collection of negro Art," and newspaper and magazine clippings. Refers to Thomas Munro as a new member of the Foundation's "educational force." Includes third party correspondence from the Barnes Foundation to Guaranty Trust Company of New York and from the Comité du Monument Daumier to Dr. Barnes.
Gulf Refining Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
H.B. Wiggin's Sons Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
H.W. Wilson Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hall, H. U. 1924 1 Folder(s) Includes a brochure and news clipping.
Hallowell, A. Irving (Alfred Irving) 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to dating statuettes obtained by Paul Guillaume from a chateau in France.
Halvorsen, M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hammond, William A. (William Alexander) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hardt, Carrie Jane 1924 1 Folder(s)
Harry, Bertha S. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Haynes, George Edmund 1924 1 Folder(s)
Heap, Jane 1924 1 Folder(s)
Henry E. Baton, Inc. 1924 6 Folder(s)
Higgin Manufacturing Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hinkson, DeHaven 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hocking, W. E. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Hodgkinson, Charles A. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Holroyd-Reece, J. (John) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Howard University 1924 1 Folder(s)
Howard Young Galleries 1924 1 Folder(s)
Indemnity Exchange of America 1924 1 Folder(s)
Ingersoll, Anna Warren 1924 1 Folder(s)
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) 1924 1 Folder(s)
International Mercantile Marine Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Isakovicsova, Marie 1924 1 Folder(s)
J. Cutler Fuller Incorporated 1924 1 Folder(s)
Jacques Seligmann & Co. 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding a painting by Goya offered for sale.
John Hagan & Co. 1924 3 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence between Hagan and Paul Philippe Cret.
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon 1924 21 Folder(s) In regard to a speech by Dr. Barnes to the Fleur de Lis Club in Philadelphia, and to the program, "New Plan for Negro Education," presented to the N.A.A.C.P. by Johnson. Includes a letter from Dr. Barnes discussing the influence of African art on the Modernists, third party correspondence between Nelle E. Mullen and Johnson, from H. L. Mencken and from H. A. Fauset to Johnson, and newspaper article about the Barnes Foundation course, Modern Art, at the University of Pennsylvania.
Johnson, Georgia Douglas Camp 1924 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, James Weldon 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding African American spirituals.
Johnston, W. Dawson 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding an article by Dr. Barnes for the French journal, Ex Libris, and Paul Guillaume's opinion that African art forms the basis for the Modern movement.
K----, M. E. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Kallen, Horace Meyer 1924 1 Folder(s)
Keer, Maurer Co. 1924 3 Folder(s)
Kind, Bessie 1924 1 Folder(s)
Kind, Mrs. Philip 1924 1 Folder(s)
Kinsley, Jessie C. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Kisling, Moïse 1924 1 Folder(s) In German. Includes newspaper clippings.
Kohn, Harry E. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Krupski, Rev. Br. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Kuehnle, Inc. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Leary's Book Store 1924 1 Folder(s)
L'Esprit Nouveau: Revue Internationale 1924 1 Folder(s) In French.
Levinson, Salmon Oliver 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the "Outlawry of War."
Lewis, Charles A. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Library Bureau 1924 1 Folder(s)
Lincoln University (Pa.) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Lipchitz, Jacques 1924 2 Folder(s) In French. Regarding an exchange of one large sculpture for two small sculptures, and the installation of the bas reliefs on the Foundation buildings.
Lit Brothers 1924 1 Folder(s)
Locke, Alain LeRoy 1924 7 Folder(s) Regarding African American artists and poets. Includes an analysis of Locke's "A Note on African Art," and African American poetry.
Loeb, Harold 1924 1 Folder(s)
McCall, Joseph B. 1924 1 Folder(s)
McClatchy, John H. 1924 1 Folder(s)
McClellan, Samuel 1924 1 Folder(s)
McVitty, Albert E. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Measy, William Maul 1924 1 Folder(s)
Mellor, Walter 1924 1 Folder(s)
Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Miller, Mrs. C. H. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Mitchell, Maggie M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Monist 1924 1 Folder(s)
Mount Holyoke College 1924 1 Folder(s)
Mulroney, William 1924 1 Folder(s)
Munn, Kathleen J. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Munro, Thomas 1924 4 Folder(s) In regard to teaching a course for the Foundation in "Modern Art" at the University of Pennsylvania and in "Applied Aesthetics" at Columbia University. Includes letters from Munro's European travels describing both the sights and the art, a letter of introduction for Munro from Dr. Barnes, and a course description for "Applied Aesthetics." Contains third party correspondence from Warren P. Laird to Munro.
Narberth (Pa.). Fire Department 1924 1 Folder(s) Includes a notification for lifetime membership in the Narberth Fire Company in appreciation of Dr. Barnes's $500.00 donation toward a new fire engine.
Narberth Coal & Building Material Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Nation 1924 1 Folder(s)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 1924 1 Folder(s)
National City Bank of New York 1924 1 Folder(s) In French and English. Regarding the purchase of French francs.
National City Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
National Urban League 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to an anonymous $1,000.00 donation to the Urban League to help further the journal, Opportunity. Refers to Eugene O'Neill's play, "All God's Chillun Got Wings."
Neff, H. May 1924 1 Folder(s)
Neumann, J. B. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Nevens Book & Gift Shop 1924 1 Folder(s)
New York Public Library 1924 1 Folder(s)
Newman Galleries 1924 1 Folder(s)
Niemen-Krupska, Anna D. 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding Polish children's ballet.
North American 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the Barnes Foundation course, "Modern Art," at the University of Pennsylvania. Includes newspaper clippings.
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1924 1 Folder(s)
Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life 1924 1 Folder(s)
Pach, Walter 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to a Corot painting offered for sale.
Packard Motor Car Company 1924 5 Folder(s)
Pagine: Rivista Mensile di Bologna 1924 1 Folder(s)
Painter, J. H. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Parchinger, Franz 1924 1 Folder(s) In German.
Pearce, R. G. (Roy Gentry) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Pedersen, Anna S. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Pedersen, James 1924 1 Folder(s)
Peery, John B. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the article in the North American written by Dorothy Grafley about Dr. Barnes.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Fellowship 1924 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Tribune 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to a speech made by Dr. Barnes to a meeting sponsored by the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
Playboy: A Portfolio of Art and Satire 1924 1 Folder(s)
Pond, Cordelia Sargent 1924 1 Folder(s)
Posey, William Campbell 1924 1 Folder(s)
Prendergast, Charles 1924 1 Folder(s) Contains a telegram expressing sympathy.
Reid, O. Richard 1924 1 Folder(s)
Revue du vrai et du beau 1924 1 Folder(s) In French.
Richardson, Abigail L. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1924 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, Eleanor Fleisher 1924 1 Folder(s)
Riggs and Brother 1924 1 Folder(s)
Roberts & Montgomery 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to Dr. Barnes's gardener, Dennis Greer, who was killed by a truck.
Roberts, Owen J. (Owen Josephus) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Rudolphy, Jay Besson 1924 1 Folder(s)
Russell, Bertrand 1924 3 Folder(s) Includes the essay, "Causes of Modern War," by Russell.
Russell Sage Foundation. Library 1924 1 Folder(s)
S. S. Pierce Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Saint-Gaudens, Homer 1924 1 Folder(s)
Saunders, Fred 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to building the pond on the Foundation's property.
Schneider, Gustave 1924 1 Folder(s)
Schütze, Eva Watson 1924 1 Folder(s)
Seyes, Elinor M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Seyfert, Leopold 1924 1 Folder(s)
Skarbek-Malczeski, Z. 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to the sale of a painting by Raphael.
Sloan, Anna M. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Smalley's 1924 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Hildegarde G. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Speiser, Maurice J. (Maurice Joseph) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Sprague, Edmund C. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Springfield Consolidated Water Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Stein, Leo 1924 6 Folder(s) Includes letters from Stein published in The Dial, a pen and ink sketch, and a review of Laurence Buermeyer's book, The Aesthetic Experience.
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to Stevenson's position as curator of paintings at the Barnes Foundation.
Steward & Romaine Mfg. Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Stinson, Sarah 1924 1 Folder(s)
Strachan, Robert D. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Stransky, Josef 1924 1 Folder(s)
Strawbridge & Clothier 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the curtains and shades for the Gallery.
Strong, Charles A. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Survey Graphic 1924 1 Folder(s) Includes a prospectus of the Harlem issue.
Sutor, Adele 1924 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, James 1924 1 Folder(s)
Ternowetz, Boris 1924 1 Folder(s) In French. In regard to photographs of Russian art exhibited in Venice.
Tetzen-Lund, Christian 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of paintings from the Stein Collection. Includes photographic reproductions.
Thompson, Mrs. E. F. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Thorpe, Russell W. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Turnbull, Grace Hill 1924 1 Folder(s)
Turner, Percy Moore 1924 1 Folder(s) Regarding a landscape study by Seurat offered for sale.
U.S. Customs Services 1924 1 Folder(s)
United Electric Construction Co. 1924 1 Folder(s)
United States Lines Company 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to travel aboard a steamship to France.
United States. Bureau of Animal Industry 1924 1 Folder(s)
United States. Internal Revenue Service 1924 1 Folder(s)
University of Pennsylvania 1924 6 Folder(s) Regarding a policy change concerning public access to the Barnes Foundation, to the University of Pennsylvania being named one of three entities to control the Foundation's resources after Dr. Barnes's death, and to Thomas Munro's course in Modern Art at the University. Includes third party correspondence from Warren P. Laird.
University of Pennsylvania. Houston Club Supply Store 1924 1 Folder(s)
Van Doren, Harold L. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Vermont Marble Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Waldemar George 1924 1 Folder(s) In English and French.
Walrond, Eric 1924 1 Folder(s)
Walter J. Johnson & Company 1924 1 Folder(s) In regard to upholstery of sofa and armchairs.
Walters, Emile 1924 1 Folder(s)
Wayne Iron Works 1924 1 Folder(s)
Wessels, Ellen Moore 1924 1 Folder(s)
Weyhe, E. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Whelan, Thomas J. 1924 1 Folder(s)
White Star Line 1924 1 Folder(s)
White, Walter F. 1924 2 Folder(s) Contains third party correspondence from Dr. Barnes to Charles S. Johnson.
Wilkinson, Albert S. 1924 1 Folder(s)
William C. Griffith & Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Williams Brown & Earle 1924 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, Joseph Lapsley 1924 1 Folder(s)
Wm. Adams Foundry Company 1924 1 Folder(s)
Wood, L. Hollingsworth (Levi Hollingsworth) 1924 1 Folder(s)
Woodbridge, L. D. 1924 1 Folder(s)
Yale Review 1924 1 Folder(s)
Zissernig, Albin Walter 1924 1 Folder(s)



1925

A.C. McClurg & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Abell, Marcelle A. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a photo postcard from Heidelberg.
Abell, Walter A. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a photo postcard.
Abramowitz, O. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Adams, Lucile 1925 1 Folder(s)
Adler, Blanche 1925 1 Folder(s)
Agelasto, M. S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Albert Britnell 1925 1 Folder(s)
Alderson, Victor O. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Alma College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Altman, A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
American Art Galleries 1925 1 Folder(s) Contains an inquiry by Dr. Barnes about selling two paintings by Robert Henri.
American Art Student and Commercial Artist 1925 1 Folder(s)
American Crayon Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
American News Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
American Travel & Transport Agency 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ames, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Anderson Galleries, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Anderson, V. Helen (Viola Helen) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Anepuky, B. 1925 1 Folder(s) Written in an unknown language.
Antioch College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Appelbaum, Edmund 1925 1 Folder(s)
Applied Arts School (Chicago, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Argoutinsky-Dolgoroudoff, W. 1925 1 Folder(s) In French.
Armstrong Cork & Insulation Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art Students League (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art and Life Magazine 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art Events 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art News 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art Students League (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art World Magazine (Chicago Evening Post) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Art, Book and Handicraft Foundation 1925 1 Folder(s)
Arthur Lenars & Cie. 1925 3 Folder(s) In French.
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Atkins, Margaret 1925 1 Folder(s)
Atwell, Julia Hill 1925 1 Folder(s)
Atwood, Mrs. Wallace W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Aurora (Ill.) Public Schools 1925 1 Folder(s)
Aurora College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Austin, William Liseter 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the dedication ceremony for the Barnes Foundation.
Austrian, Hari 1925 1 Folder(s)
Aydelotte, Frank 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to an extension course at Swarthmore College, and to the dedication ceremony of the Barnes Foundation.
B---, ---- 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to squirrel shooting.
Bacheler, Frances H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Baily, James E. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a letterhead design possibly for the Foundation.
Baker & Taylor Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Baker, Donald R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bala Cynwyd Woman's Club 1925 1 Folder(s)
Baldwin School 1925 1 Folder(s)
Baldwin-Wallace College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ballantine, E. J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Barber, Ruth M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Barney, Dorothea 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to chests by Max Kuehne.
Barr, Alfred H. (Alfred Henry) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Barrett, Edward 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes newsclipping and photographs.
Barter, Leonard 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a painting offered for sale. Includes a photograph.
Baton, H. E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bayan, Joseph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Beacon Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Beck, Minna McLeod 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bement, Alon 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bencowitz, Isaac 1925 1 Folder(s)
Benedict, Nina 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bennet, Georgia E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bennett, Berenice W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bennett, Jesse Lee 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bennett, R. O. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the John G. Johnson collection.
Bentley, Jerome H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bentley, Zilpha L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Berenson, Mary 1925 1 Folder(s)
Berry, Rose V. S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bielostoski, Nicolas 1925 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Bishop Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bishop, H. S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bishop's School (La Jolla, San Diego, Cal.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bjerken, F. O. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to chinchilla fur.
Blake, Edwin M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Blanchard, Frances Margaret Bland 1925 1 Folder(s)
Blanshard, Brand 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bloch, Albert 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a paper by Bloch, "Looking at Pictures."
Bloch, Julius T. (Julius Thiengen) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Blow, Richard 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bluemner, Oscar 1925 1 Folder(s)
Blythe, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes clippings about Blythe.
Bodleian Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Book Shop (Nashville, Tenn.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bookery (Seattle, Wash.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Booklovers Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Borie, Adolph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bortle, Rollin C. 1925 2 Folder(s)
Borton, Ethel E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Boshart, Edward W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Boston (Mass.). School Committee 1925 1 Folder(s)
Boston Evening Transcript 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes an advertising design for The Art in Painting and for The Aesthetic Experience.
Boston University 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bowdoin College. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brackett, Francis W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brawner, L. N. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Breckenridge, Hugh Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brégy, Edith M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brentano's (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brick Row Book Shop (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bridgeport (Conn.). Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bridgman & Lyman 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brilliant Manufacturing Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brison, Mary J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brittain, Mrs. R. C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brody, Heinrich 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brooks, Alfred Mansfield 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brown, Carroll T. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brownback, Henry M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Brownley, George 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bryant Teachers Bureau (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bryant, Maude D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Buchman, Carl 1925 1 Folder(s)
Budry, ---- 1925 1 Folder(s)
Buermeyer, Laurence 1925 7 Folder(s) Includes Buermeyer's article about the Foundation that was published in The Nation, and a copy of his essay, "Plastic Form."
Bulkley, F. Dorothy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bulley, Margaret H. (Margaret Hattersley) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to her book, Art and Counterfeit, which included a reproduction of a Renoir in the Foundation collection.
Burkhardt, Elly 1925 1 Folder(s) In German.
Burma, John H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Burrell, Angus 1925 1 Folder(s)
Burroughs, Alan 1925 1 Folder(s)
Burroughs, Clyde Huntley 1925 1 Folder(s)
Burt, Mildred L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Bushnell, Almon W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Butler, Edith 1925 1 Folder(s)
Butt, S. McC. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Byard, Dorothy Randolph 1925 1 Folder(s)
C.O. Struse & Sons 1925 1 Folder(s)
Calder, Alexander Stirling 1925 1 Folder(s)
Calder, Nanette Lederer 1925 1 Folder(s)
California School of Arts & Crafts (Oakland, Cal.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
California State Teachers College, San Jose 1925 1 Folder(s)
Campbell, Floy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Canter, Albert M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carles, Arthur B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carles, Sara 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding a class taught at the Foundation by Sara Carles.
Carlton Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carnegie Institute of Technology 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carrington, C. Glenn 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carrington, Fitz Roy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carritt, E. F. (Edgar Frederick) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carson, Joseph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carstairs, Carroll 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carstairs, Charles S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Carter, F. P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Castle, Mrs. H. C. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Centaur Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chadwick, Charles 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chambris, Christine 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chang, Chia-chu 1925 1 Folder(s)
Charles E. Lauriat Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Charles J. Cohen Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Charles Paist Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Charles Scribner's Sons 1925 1 Folder(s)
Charles Sessler (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cheyney, Edward Potts 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chicago (Ill.). Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chicago Daily News, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chicago Public School Art Society 1925 1 Folder(s)
Chicago Tribune (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to advertising.
Chotirs, André 1925 1 Folder(s)
Christensen, Erwin Ottomar 1925 3 Folder(s)
Christie, Agnes L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cincinnati Museum Association 1925 1 Folder(s)
Claflin, P. W. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Harvard students.
Clapp, Edwin R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Clark, Arthur Bridgman 1925 1 Folder(s)
Clayton, Frederick 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cleaves, Helen E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cleveland Museum of Art 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cleveland Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cleveland School of Art 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cleveland School of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cobb, Bates and Yerxa Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Codman, Florence 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cohen, Anna 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cohen, S. Solis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Colgate University. Libraries 1925 1 Folder(s)
College of City of New York 1925 1 Folder(s)
College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
College of William and Mary 1925 1 Folder(s)
Collins, Frank H. (Frank Henry) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Columbia University. Press. Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Columbia University. Teachers College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Comegys, Florence Scheetz 1925 1 Folder(s)
Comer, Belle 1925 1 Folder(s)
Commercial High School (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Connelly, John P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cooper, J. P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Coriat, Etta D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Cory, Herbert Ellsworth 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a copy of an article, "Interactions of Beauty and Truth," by Cory.
Coss, John J. (John Jacob) 1925 2 Folder(s) Regarding efforts to publicize the Foundation's theories, and the Foundation dedication ceremony. Includes correspondence between Coss and Levering Tyson, and a speech given by Coss at the dedication. Explains the origin of Laurence Buermeyer's nickname, Harold.
Cowling, Donald J. (Donald John) 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence between Thomas Munro and Cowling.
Cox, Edward Godfrey 1925 1 Folder(s)
Crandell, John Bradshaw 1925 1 Folder(s)
Crawford, Andrew Wright 1925 1 Folder(s)
Crawford, Blanche 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a course in aesthetics offered at the Sorbonne whose introduction was effected by Dr. Barnes.
Crawford, Nelson Antrim 1925 1 Folder(s)
Crawford, Samuel D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Creelman, Alice B. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a Gilbert Stuart landscape offered for sale.
Cremetti, Paul E. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a Degas painting offered for sale.
Cret, Paul Philippe 1925 15 Folder(s) Regarding a Lipchitz bas relief for the elliptical niche on the Administration Building. Includes third party correspondence between I. J. Creed and Cret and from Edw. F. Caldwell & Co. to Cret, a letter labeled "Exhibit A" in regard to the residences of European museum directors being located on the premises of their institutions, and Dr. Barnes's figures for the cost of the Foundation's paintings and building stone.
Crocker, Anna B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Current Thought: A Monthly Review 1925 1 Folder(s)
Curtis & Cameron 1925 1 Folder(s)
D.R. MacGregor Sons 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dabrowsky, John G. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Daily News (Chicago, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dallam, Elizabeth Forbes 1925 1 Folder(s)
Darby, George D. B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
D'Ascenzo Studios 1925 1 Folder(s)
David B. Missimer 1925 1 Folder(s)
Davis, Helen Maria 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dawson, Emily F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Day: The National Jewish Daily 1925 1 Folder(s)
De Cordova, Rudolph 1925 1 Folder(s)
De Liagre, Mrs. Alfred 1925 1 Folder(s)
Deeter, Paxson 1925 1 Folder(s)
Degerberg, Alfred 1925 1 Folder(s)
Demuth, Augusta 1925 1 Folder(s)
Denison University 1925 1 Folder(s)
Detroit (Mich.). Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Detroit Institute of Arts 1925 1 Folder(s)
Detroit Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Detroit Teachers College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dettra, John B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Detwiller, Frederick Knecht 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes an essay by Detwiller, "Art and Religion."
Devine, John 1925 1 Folder(s)
DeVinney, Laura 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Alice C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, Evelyn 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dewey, John 1925 12 Folder(s) Regarding the Foundation dedication ceremony, Barnes's efforts to cooperate with the University of Pennsylvania, Leo Stein's criticism of The Art in Painting, and Dewey's criticism of Barnes's attacks on the University, the Philadelphia Schools, and Bryn Mawr College. Includes correspondence between Dewey and Edwin C. Broome, superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia.
Dillon, Thomas Jos. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Doane College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Donaldson, Katherine R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Donnell, Hugh 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dornan, William J. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the printing of Dr. Barnes's book, The Art in Painting.
Dougherty, Harold T. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Douglas Company 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to picture tags.
Dow, Mary P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dreier, Katherine Sophie 1925 1 Folder(s)
Drew, D. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dudensing Galleries 1925 1 Folder(s)
Duhring, H. Louis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Duke University. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Dunn, Louise M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Durham (N.C.). Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
E.A. Havens Company 1925 1 Folder(s) Refers to the sale of Lauraston.
E.A. McClung Tree Surgery 1925 1 Folder(s)
E.P. Dutton (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Eastman, Dillon & Co. 1925 6 Folder(s)
Eastman, Shan C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ebner, Pearl V. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Eckhardt, George H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Edens, Annette 1925 1 Folder(s)
Editions Sélection: Société Coopérative 1925 1 Folder(s)
Edman, Irwin 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding Dr. Barnes's book, The Art in Painting.
Edson, Mira Burr 1925 1 Folder(s)
Edwd. F. Caldwell & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ehrich Galleries 1925 1 Folder(s)
Einstein, Carl 1925 1 Folder(s) In German.
Eisenhardt, E. M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Eldridge, William A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ellis, Florence E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Enfield Pottery and Tile Works 1925 1 Folder(s) Enclosures regarding the African figures in the gallery vestibule. Includes sketch for Mrs. Barnes of a vase for the exterior niche.
Erik Jansson & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Erwin, Thomas 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ethical Culture School 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ethical Culture Society (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Evans, High, Dettra & Swartz 1925 2 Folder(s) In regard to admitting public school children to view the Foundation's collection.
Ex Libris: An Illustrated Monthly Review 1925 1 Folder(s)
F. & E. Aubel 1925 1 Folder(s)
F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Company (Stamford, Conn.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
F.C. Stechert Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Faille, J.-B. (Jacob-Baart) de la 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fall River Public Schools (Mass.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Farley, Charles 1925 1 Folder(s)
Farley, Robert P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Farmer, Adalena R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fassett and Johnson 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding permission to reproduce paintings from the National Gallery, London, England.
Fawcett, Robert 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fay, Helen B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Federal Window and Office Cleaning Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Federation of Jewish Charities of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fichter, William L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ficke, Arthur Davidson 1925 1 Folder(s)
Findlay, J. J. (Joseph John) 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes an advertisement for Findalay's book, The Children of England.
Finigan, Joseph M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fisher, D. W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fite, Warner 1925 1 Folder(s)
Flaccus, Louis W. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a proposal by Flaccus for Foundation classes held at the University of Pennsylvania.
Flammarion (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fleisher, Walter A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fleming, D. U. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Flewelling, Ralph Tyler 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a review of The Aesthetic Experience by Laurence Buermeyer.
Fox, Walter H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Frain, H. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Framerican Industrial Development Corporation 1925 1 Folder(s)
Franklin Square Agency 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fraser, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Frederick, Frank Forrest 1925 1 Folder(s)
Free Library of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Frew, John 1925 1 Folder(s)
Friton, Edward 1925 1 Folder(s)
Fruchter, M. J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Furness, Fairman R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
G. E. Stechert & Co. 1925 2 Folder(s)
Galerie Barbazanges 1925 1 Folder(s) In French and English.
Gallatin, A. E. (Albert Eugene) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Galligan Brothers 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gamble, J. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Garber, Annie I. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Garrett Biblical Institute 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gemberling, Grace Thorp 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Oak Lane Day School.
Geo-Christ, Madame 1925 1 Folder(s)
George M. Chandler, Bookseller 1925 1 Folder(s)
George W. Jacobs & Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gilbert, Allan H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gilbert, Katharine Everett 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gilmore, W. E. Garrett 1925 1 Folder(s) Possibly regarding the sale of Lauraston.
Gipson, Jeanette Reed 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to group lectures.
Girard Trust Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Glackens, William James 1925 1 Folder(s)
Glanckoff, Jamie 1925 1 Folder(s)
Glassgold, Adolph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Goddard, Theodora 1925 1 Folder(s)
Goding, Florence L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Goldbaum, Nell V. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Goodstein, Juha E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gordon, Kate 1925 1 Folder(s)
Graham Book Stores 1925 1 Folder(s)
Graham, W. J. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to paintings offered for sale.
Graham, W. Norman 1925 1 Folder(s)
Greenburg, Morris 1925 1 Folder(s)
Greenville College (Greenville, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Gregory, Montgomery 1925 1 Folder(s)
Greisler, Nathan 1925 1 Folder(s)
Guaranty Trust Company of New York 1925 1 Folder(s)
Guardian: A Monthly Journal 1925 1 Folder(s)
Guichard, Henri 1925 1 Folder(s) In French. In regard to a painting offered for sale.
Guillaume, Paul 1925 24 Folder(s) In French and English. Refers to plans for a professorship at the University of Pennsylvania in "psychological aesthetics," to the purchase of two Indian sculptures from Paul Mallon, and to the first number of the Journal of the Barnes Foundation. Includes a description of the Foundation's dedication ceremony, an essay, "Les Baigneuses," by Dr. Barnes, financial notes for purchases of paintings from Guillaume, and a photograph of a painting of fish by Henri Matisse, and newspaper clippings.
Gulledge, Josephine 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a scholarship.
Gussow, Bernard 1925 1 Folder(s)
H.B. Wiggin's Sons Co. 1925 2 Folder(s) Includes promotional materials regarding wall coverings for the Gallery.
Haas, Eleanor 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hake, Gordon 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hall, James Husst 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hallowell, A. Irving (Alfred Irving) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to incorrectly dating the statuettes obtained by Paul Guillaume from a chateau in France as Pre-historic. Refers to Dr. Frank Speck and anthropology students from University of Pennsylvania.
Hall's Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hammond (Ind.). Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hansome, Marius 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harcourt, Brace & Company 1925 3 Folder(s) Includes sales list for The Art in Painting.
Harding, Anna M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harned, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to funding scientific studies in Physical Chemistry.
Harris, Elizabeth P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harrisburg (Pa.). School District 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harrison, Carter H. (Carter Henry) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hart, Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harting, G. W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harvard Coöperative Society 1925 1 Folder(s)
Harvard University. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hasselbusch, Louis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Haupers, Clement 1925 1 Folder(s)
Havemeyer, Louisine Waldron Elder 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hayes, Mary M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Heap, Jane 1925 1 Folder(s)
Heidelberg University (Tiffin, Ohio) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Heimary, Madeleine L. 1925 1 Folder(s) In French.
Heller, Mrs. Clyde A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Henderson, Hunt 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hendler, Helen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Henkora, Leo A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Henri, Robert 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the return and repurchase of three of Henri's paintings.
Henry E. Baton, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hergesheimer, E. Sophonisba 1925 1 Folder(s)
Herrick, Margaret A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hertz, Charles Jr. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Herz, Gustave L. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to English and French portrait paintings offered for sale.
Heydt, Eduard Von Der 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a collection of Asian sculpture.
Higgin Manufacturing Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Highland Park Society of Arts (Dallas, Tex.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hillsmith, E. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to paintings offered for sale.
Hinchman, Anne B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hinkson, DeHaven 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hiram College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hirschler, Rose 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the dedication ceremony of the Barnes Foundation.
Hirst & McMullin 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding the sale of Lauraston.
Hispanic Society of America 1925 1 Folder(s)
Historical Outlook 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hitschler, William A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hobart College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hochschild, Kohn & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Holland, Lilly E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hollins College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hollywood Magazine (Hollywood, Fla.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Holman, Abigail 1925 1 Folder(s)
Holt, L. Louise 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hooven, Emeline Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
Horch, Rosenthal & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Horn, John Louis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Horter, Earl 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hospital Buyer 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hotel Bedford (Paris, France) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hoyt, Merrydelle 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hulin, Chactas 1925 1 Folder(s) Enclosures regarding saliva and gum disease. In French.
Hultberg, Erik 1925 1 Folder(s)
Humfeld, Marion L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Dorothy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Elizabeth Hadley 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hunt, Leigh 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hunter College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hutchinson, C. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Hutzler, Flora 1925 1 Folder(s)
Illinois Woman's College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Imes, E. Pearl 1925 1 Folder(s)
Indiana Central College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Industrial Arts Magazine 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ingersoll, Anna Warren 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Institute of Social and Religious Research 1925 1 Folder(s)
International Book Review 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to advertising the Foundation's books.
International Studio 1925 1 Folder(s)
Irwin, Agnes M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Iwancino, John 1925 1 Folder(s)
J.B. McGee Bookseller 1925 1 Folder(s)
J.I. Williams Book Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jackman, Ernest 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jacques Seligmann & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jaffee, Sara J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
James Millikin University 1925 1 Folder(s)
James, William 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jamestown College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Janet, Pierre 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jarrett, B. Frank 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jastrow, Helen B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Jewish Forum 1925 1 Folder(s)
John Hagan & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
John Herron Art Institute. Art School 1925 1 Folder(s)
John Marshall High School (Chicago, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
John Wanamaker (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Johns Hopkins University. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Johnson Service Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon 1925 4 Folder(s) Regarding Johnson's reaction to The Art in Painting, and Opportunity's writers' awards. Includes a letter to Johnson from Ralph M. Pearson.
Jones, George I. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Journal of Philosophy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Judson, Eleanor 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kahler, F. Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kalebdjian Frères 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to furniture, art, and antiquities offered for sale.
Kaltenbach, G. E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kansas State Agricultural College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Karnagel, Anthony C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Keer, Maurer Co. 1925 3 Folder(s) In French and English.
Kelley, J. Herbert 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kelley, Robert Lincoln 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kelly, Joe Wallace 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kelso, Helen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Keown, Robert 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kerns, Maude I. (Maude Irvine) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kilmarnock Books 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kimball, Fiske 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kimber, Jean 1925 1 Folder(s)
King, Edward S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kingman, C. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kisling, Moïse 1925 1 Folder(s) In French.
Kjersmeier, Carl 1925 1 Folder(s) In French.
Klein, Jerome 1925 1 Folder(s)
Klein, Morris 1925 1 Folder(s)
Klinch, L. C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Knaths, Karl 1925 1 Folder(s)
Knight, Frederick C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kopman, Katherine 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kramer, Emily J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Krapps, Zelma 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kroch's International Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kroll, Leon 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kuehnle, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Kuhn, Carrie Teller 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lahey, Richard Francis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Laird, Warren Powers 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lamprecht, Sterling Power 1925 1 Folder(s)
L'Art Vivant: Revue Bi-Mensuelle des Amateurs et des Artistes 1925 1 Folder(s) In French.
Laughlin, Ruth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lay, Helen B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Le Gear, R. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Leary, Daniel B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Leddy, James 1925 1 Folder(s)
Legler, Lucille 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lehman, Alvin J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lehr, Marie C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lemon, Courtenay 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lenrow, Elbert 1925 1 Folder(s) Refers to Ambroise Vollard's book, Renoir.
Leopold, H. S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lesperance, W. J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lever Brothers Ltd. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Levi, Elsie 1925 1 Folder(s)
Levinson, Abraham Frater 1925 1 Folder(s)
Levy, Beatrice S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Levy, Florence N. (Florence Nightingale) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lewis, G. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Liber, R. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Library Bureau 1925 2 Folder(s)
Library Company of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lieberman, Alexander 1925 1 Folder(s)
Linfield College. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lingenfelder, Julius 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lipchitz, Jacques 1925 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding photographs of the Foundation, and the interior and south facade of the Foundation's Gallery building.
Literarische Wochenschrift 1925 1 Folder(s)
Little Brick House of Books 1925 1 Folder(s)
Liveright, Ada F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Locust Street Book Shop (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Loeb, Dorothy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Los Angeles Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lowe, A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Assessor 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Board of Education 1925 6 Folder(s) In regard to the tax exempt status of the Barnes Foundation.
Lower Merion (Pa. : Township). Treasurer 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lower, Mathilde D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ludlum, Mabel Stewart 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ludlum, Seymour De Witt 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lungerich, Hélène 1925 1 Folder(s)
Lyman, Mrs. W. W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mabel Ulrich's Book and Print Shop (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Macalester College 1925 1 Folder(s)
MacCurdy, Hattie R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
MacIver, Clara 1925 1 Folder(s)
MacLellan, Ralph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Maddison, Isabel 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mairs, Clara Gardner 1925 1 Folder(s)
Malden Public Library (Mass.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Manhattan College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marckwardt, Salome E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marique, P. J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marist College (Atlanta, Ga.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Markoe, Mrs. John 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marks, Ruth E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marshall Field & Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marshall, Mary 1925 1 Folder(s)
Marti, Fritz 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes three essays by Dr. Marti and third party correspondence from Thomas Munro to Dr. Marti.
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 1925 1 Folder(s)
Masley, Alexander 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mason, Daniel Gregory 1925 1 Folder(s)
Masters, A. Gertrude 1925 1 Folder(s)
Matthews Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mayer, August L. 1925 1 Folder(s) In German.
Mayer, Frederick E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mayer, Rebecca J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McCarter, Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
McCarthy, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph) 1925 1 Folder(s)
McClatchy, John H. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to house lot sizes on Lapsley and Latches Lane.
McClellan, Samuel 1925 1 Folder(s)
McClelland and Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McDaniel, Ada B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McDevitt, John J. Jr. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McDevitt-Wilson, Mrs. R. W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McDevitt-Wilson's, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McGill University. Library 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a gift of books to the McGill University Library.
McGuinness, Clifford J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McKissock, Dora 1925 1 Folder(s)
McLucas, John S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
McNess, Leora 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mellino, Gaetano 1925 1 Folder(s)
Menges, Claire S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mentzer Bush & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Merion (Pa.). Postmaster 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Foundation's admission policy.
Merion Civic Association 1925 1 Folder(s) Concerning a bronze house number for Lauraston at 394 Latch's Lane.
Metcalf, John T. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Metz, August C. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes enclosures, newsclippings, and a political cartoon about child labor.
Meyer, Ella H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Michigan State College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mierisch, Dorothea 1925 1 Folder(s)
Miller, Delle 1925 1 Folder(s)
Miller, John Faber 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the dedication ceremony of the Foundation.
Miller, Marion E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Milwaukee Public Schools 1925 1 Folder(s)
Minneapolis Public Schools. Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Minnesota State Art Society 1925 1 Folder(s)
Miss Aladdin's Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Missouri Valley College (Marshall, Mo.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mitchell, Joseph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Moncure, Elise Vance 1925 1 Folder(s)
Montgomery County (Pa.). Commissioners 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Foundation's tax exempt status.
Montgomery County (Pa.). County Superintendent of Schools 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Lower Merion Board of Education.
Morris County Free Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Morris, Charles W. (Charles William) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Morris, H. W. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes newsclippings about cultural events in Minneapolis.
Mosher, William E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mott, Marian 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mount Holyoke College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mount Union College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mrs. Leake's Shop (Albany, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Mueller, Margaret 1925 1 Folder(s)
Munro, Thomas 1925 14 Folder(s) Regarding classes taught by Munro for the Foundation at Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Lincoln University. Includes third party correspondence from Maxwell E. Perkins to Munro, an announcement of Munro's marriage to Lucile Nader, and several notes in shorthand.
Murphy, Edith H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Murray, Alec 1925 1 Folder(s)
Murray, Elsie 1925 1 Folder(s)
N.J. Bartlett & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Narberth (Pa.). Fire Department 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Dr. Barnes's anonymous donation of one thousand dollars towards the purchase of an American LaFrance Hook and Ladder Fire Machine.
Nation 1925 2 Folder(s) Includes a review by Irwin Edwin of Laurence Buermeyer's book, The Aesthetic Experience.
National Bibliophile Service 1925 1 Folder(s)
National City Bank 1925 2 Folder(s) In regard to the purchase of French francs.
National City Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
National Cyclopedia of American Biography 1925 1 Folder(s)
National Federation of Settlements 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to an article by Laurence Buermeyer.
National Industrial Conference Board 1925 1 Folder(s)
National Press Clipping Bureau 1925 1 Folder(s)
National Urban League 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the renewal of Dr. Barnes's anonymous one thousand dollar gift to the National Urban League in support of their publication, Opportunity.
Neeb, Arthur B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Neer, Imogene 1925 1 Folder(s)
Nelles, Walter 1925 1 Folder(s)
Neumann, J. B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
New Jersey College for Women 1925 1 Folder(s)
New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce 1925 1 Folder(s)
New Republic (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Leo Stein's review of Dr. Barnes's book, The Art in Painting.
New York (N.Y.). Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York Post 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York School of Design for Women 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York State Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York Times 1925 1 Folder(s)
New York Training School for Teachers/New York Model School 1925 1 Folder(s)
Newbook Library (Omaha, Neb.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
New-Church Review (Boston, Mass.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Newcomb, Florence A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Nicholson, Ralph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Nickerson, Dorothy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Niemen-Krupska, Anna D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Norris, Susan W. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to two Modigliani drawings offered for sale.
Norten, Elizabeth Howard 1925 1 Folder(s)
Noxon, Audrey 1925 1 Folder(s)
O.G. Hempstead & Son 1925 1 Folder(s)
Oak Lane Country Day School (Oak Lane, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Oakland (Calif.) Public Schools 1925 1 Folder(s)
O'Connor, Ellen F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Oerke, Marie 1925 1 Folder(s)
Off, Isabell 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to trimming the lilac hedge between Dr. Barnes's and Mrs. Off's properties.
Ohio State Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ohio University Student Pastorate 1925 1 Folder(s)
Oklahoma College for Women 1925 1 Folder(s)
Old Consignment Arts, Ltd. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Old Corner Book Store (Boston, Mass.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Olsen, Irene 1925 1 Folder(s)
Olsen, O. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Omaha Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Omaha Society of Fine Arts 1925 1 Folder(s)
O'Neill, Raymond E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Open Court Publishing Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Orchard School (Indianapolis, Ind.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Oroville Union High School (Oroville, Calif.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Osborne's Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Otis Art Institute 1925 1 Folder(s)
Otis, Amy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Outlook Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Packard Motor Car Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Paddock, Edward F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Page, Josephine 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pagine: Rivista Mensile di Bologna 1925 1 Folder(s)
Palette and Chisel Club (Chicago, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Palmer Advertising Service, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Park, Marion Edwards 1925 1 Folder(s)
Parker, DeWitt Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
Paul Elder and Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Peabody Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Peabody, George Foster 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to African American folk songs and spirituals, and fund-raising for Hampton College and Tuskegee Institute. Refers to Peabody's Southern birth, to his Civil War experience, and to Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Pearce, Arthur 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pearce, R. G. (Roy Gentry) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pearson, Harry S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pearson, Ralph M. 1925 2 Folder(s)
Peck, Helene Dresser 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pecker, Joseph S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Peery, John B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Peffer, Nathaniel 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes letter of introduction to Barnes from John Dewey.
Pelikan, Alfred George 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pendleton, Constance 1925 2 Folder(s)
Penniman, Josiah Harmar 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the dedication ceremony of the Barnes Foundation.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania College for Women. Library (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pennsylvania. Dept. of Public Instruction 1925 3 Folder(s) In regard to public education in Lower Merion.
Pennsylvania. State Board of Education 1925 1 Folder(s)
Penrose, Mary S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Perkins, Elizabeth Ward 1925 1 Folder(s)
Perky, Cheves West 1925 1 Folder(s)
Perot, Caryl 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pfeiffer, Justus 1925 1 Folder(s)
Phelps, Stowe 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Art Teachers' Association 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Grand Opera Association 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Museum of Art 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia National Bank 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Suburban Water Company (Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Traction Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philadelphia Trust Company 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to property on 102 Glendale Road in Upper Darby Township, Pa.
Phillips Memorial Gallery 1925 1 Folder(s)
Phillips, Bernard J. M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Philomusian Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pinchot, Cornelia Bryce 1925 5 Folder(s) In regard to the Philadelphia public schools. Includes third party correspondence from Morris E. Gregg, Pinchot's secretary, and from John Dewey to Pinchot.
Pinchot, Gifford 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes unsent letter to the Governor of Pennsylvania.
Piper, R. F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pittsburgh Public Scools 1925 1 Folder(s)
Plastic Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Platt, Evelyn 1925 1 Folder(s)
Police Pension Association (Lower Merion, Pa. : Township) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pollitzer, Margaret 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.). Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pond, Cordelia Sargent 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pond, Irving Kane 1925 1 Folder(s)
Pope, Arthur 1925 1 Folder(s)
Portland Art Association (Portland, Or.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Prang, Mrs. Louis 1925 1 Folder(s)
Prentiss Normal and Industrial Institute 1925 1 Folder(s)
Preston, May Wilson 1925 1 Folder(s)
Price, Mary Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Print Club (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Provincetown Painting Classes 1925 1 Folder(s)
Public Ledger 1925 1 Folder(s)
Public Schools (Greenwich, Conn.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Public Schools of the District of Columbia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Querschnitt (Berlin, Germany) 1925 1 Folder(s) In German and French.
Quill Book Shop 1925 1 Folder(s)
Radcliffe College. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ramsey, Charles F. (Charles Frederic) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Randolph-Macon Women's College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rankin, D. S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Raphael Weill & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rational Living 1925 1 Folder(s)
Record-Herald (Chicago, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rector, Lee 1925 1 Folder(s)
Reed College (Portland, Or.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Reed, Helen C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rees, Abigail B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Reiter, George E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Reviewer 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rice University 1925 1 Folder(s)
Richards, Carolina 1925 1 Folder(s)
Richt, Adrian 1925 1 Folder(s)
Riebe, Evalyn H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Riesman, David 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes "tribute" letter to Dr. Barnes.
Riesman, Eleanor Fleisher 1925 1 Folder(s)
Riggs and Brother 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ripon College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rivers, Mrs. William Walter 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roberts & Montgomery 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roberts, Edward F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roberts, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, Alice 1925 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, Boardman 1925 1 Folder(s)
Robinson, L. E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roché, Henri Pierre 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roche, Serge 1925 3 Folder(s)
Rockford College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rogers, George B. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rohner, Gehrig & Co., Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Romer, C. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a marble sculpture offered for sale.
Rosary College (River Forest, Ill.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rosborough, R. R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rosen, Charles 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ross, Bertha 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ross, John W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rossiter, Owen 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a Cellini sculpture.
Rothchild, Edward 1925 1 Folder(s)
Roussel, Renée 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rubinow, Laura 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rubins, H. W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Rupam: A Quarterly Journal of Oriental Art 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ryder, Worth 1925 1 Folder(s)
S.S Pierce 1925 1 Folder(s)
Saastamoinen, Gertrude 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sacks, Joseph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sacred Heart Church (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Salmony, Alfred 1925 1 Folder(s) In German.
Salom, Emma 1925 1 Folder(s)
Salter, William M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Salus, Joseph W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
San Francisco State Teachers College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sanford, Ruth D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Saturday Review of Literature (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Saunders, Lillian M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sawyer, Floramay 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sawyer, Helen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schafer, Algernon S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schauffler, Grace J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schell, William A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scheyer, E. E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schille, Alice 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schmid, Bertha M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schmitz, Elizabeth J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schnakenberg, Henry 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scholl, Beulah A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scholle, Hardinge 1925 1 Folder(s)
School City of Elkhart (Ind.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
School District of Philadelphia, Pa. 1925 4 Folder(s) Includes an article about the Foundation in the New Republic, and promotional fliers for several Foundation books. Includes third party correspondence between Edwin C. Broome and John Dewey, Broome and Laura V. Geiger, Theodore M. Dillaway and Thomas Munro, and Dillaway and Laurence Buermeyer.
School of American Sculpture 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schreiber, George L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Schütze, Eva Watson 1925 2 Folder(s)
Schwab, Arthur 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scott & Fowles (Firm) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scott, M. T. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Scranton's (Rochester, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Seattle Public Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Seattle Public Schools 1925 1 Folder(s)
Secker, Hans Friedrich 1925 1 Folder(s)
Seeley, Rosemary C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Seiff, Anna M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Seiler, A. G. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Service Book Store (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Settlement Music School 1925 2 Folder(s)
Sharpless, Amy C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shearer, Edna Aston 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shearman, Margaret H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shellhase, George 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shinn, Alice R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shipman, Mary P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shorter College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Shubin, Rita Isabel 1925 1 Folder(s)
Siegel, Fred 1925 1 Folder(s)
Singer, Aaron H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Singer, Edgar Arthur 1925 3 Folder(s) Includes an essay by Singer.
Singleton, Alexander 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sinkler, Caroline 1925 1 Folder(s)
Skemp, Olive H. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes Dr. Barnes's criticism of three paintings by Skemp.
Skinner, Dorothy 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sloss, Margaret F. 1925 1 Box(es)
Smith, C. Ross 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Charles H. Jr. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Everett L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Flora M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Franklin O. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Helen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, Hildegarde G. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, John C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smith, William E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Smyth, S. Gordon 1925 1 Folder(s)
Snyder, Alice Dorothea 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sobaje, Lucia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Society for Ethical Culture of New York 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sortwell, Helen D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Southwestern University (Georgetown, Tex.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sparkhawk-Jones, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Speck, Frank Gouldsmith 1925 1 Folder(s)
Springfield Consolidated Water Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
St. Agnes School (Albany, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
St. Sure, F. H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Staeger, Ferdinand 1925 1 Folder(s) In German.
Stalker, E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Starin, Frances A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
State College for Teachers (Albany, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
State College of Washington 1925 1 Folder(s)
State University of Iowa 1925 1 Folder(s)
Steele, Caroline L. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes third party correspondence from the Barnes Foundation to George M. Randle.
Stein, Leo 1925 6 Folder(s) In regard to Stein's review of The Aesthetic Experience, by Laurence Buermeyer. Includes third party correspondence between Leo Stein and John Dewey, and from Dr. Barnes to John Dewey regarding Leo Stein. Includes a copy of Stein's review of The Art in Painting and John Dewey's response to the same.
Steinmeyer, Fritz 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stern, Juliet 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stern, Oscar I. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sternheim, Emanuel 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stevenson, Thomas H. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes a list of billed restoration work dating back to July 1914.
Stewart, Caroline W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stewart, James 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stieglitz, Alfred 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stillson, Blanche 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stites, Fletcher W. 1925 1 Folder(s) Includes speech given by Stites at the dedication of the Barnes Foundation.
Stockwell, Emma C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stoehr, Lotte 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stokowski, Leopold 1925 2 Folder(s) Includes a copy of Stokowski's speech made at the dedication of the Barnes Foundation.
Storey, Dorothea 1925 1 Folder(s)
Storms, Emma L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Straight, Bertha K. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stratton, H. P. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Stratton, Jane 1925 1 Folder(s)
Strauss, Lillian 1925 1 Folder(s)
Strawbridge & Clothier 1925 2 Folder(s)
Sturges, C. Vesta 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sturtevant, Edith L. 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding lantern slides of artwork from the Foundation's collection.
Sullivan, Sara L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sundheim, Mrs. Harry G. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sunwise Turn 1925 1 Folder(s)
Surk, Thomas T. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Survey Graphic 1925 2 Folder(s) Regarding the publication of Dr. Barnes's article, "Negro Art in America," in this magazine.
Suter, Elmer 1925 1 Folder(s)
Swarthmore College. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Swedenborgian Book Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
Swengle, Fay 1925 1 Folder(s)
Swope, J. R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Sykes, George 1925 1 Folder(s)
Talley, James E. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the University of Pennsylvania Fund.
Taylor, Mary Starr 1925 1 Folder(s)
Taylor, Walter K. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Taylor's bankruptcy.
Ternowetz, Boris 1925 1 Folder(s) In Russian and French.
Tetzlaff, Loretta J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Texas State College for Women 1925 1 Folder(s)
Texas Women's College (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thayer, Ellen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thomas, B. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thompson, Bertha 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thompson, Frances 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thompson, Olive 1925 1 Folder(s)
Thomson, Anne 1925 1 Folder(s)
Tice & Lynch, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Ticken, Bessie C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Todd, John W. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Todd, Nell M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Toledo Museum of Art 1925 1 Folder(s)
Tracy, C. G. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Truitt, Grace M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Tynan, Jane 1925 1 Folder(s)
Tyson, Carroll S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Uhl, W. L. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Unidentified correspondent 1925 1 Folder(s) Anonymous crank mail.
United States Lines Company 1925 1 Folder(s)
United States Military Academy 1925 1 Folder(s)
United States Postal Service. Dead Letter Office 1925 1 Folder(s)
United States. Bureau of Education 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a handbook to be published by the Bureau of Education.
University Club of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
University Co-operative Store (Columbia, Mo.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of California, Los Angeles 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Chicago 1925 1 Folder(s) Request for photographs and lantern slides of artwork in the Foundation's collection.
University of Cincinnati 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Colorado, Boulder 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Denver 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Georgia. Libraries 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Michigan 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Minnesota 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Missouri 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Nebraska--Lincoln 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Pennsylvania 1925 3 Folder(s) Regarding Barnes Foundation courses to be taught at University of Pennsylvania, including a course description.
University of Pennsylvania. Houston Club Supply Store 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Pennsylvania. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Pennsylvania. Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Rochester. Memorial Art Gallery 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Saskatchewan 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Texas 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Vermont 1925 1 Folder(s)
University of Wisconsin 1925 1 Folder(s)
Vairan, Calthea 1925 1 Folder(s)
Van Doren, Harold L. 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to permission for photographic reproduction of several Renoirs in the collection to be included in Vollard's Renoir, published by Alfred A. Knopf, and in an article written by Harold Van Doren in the November 1925 issue of Arts and Decoration.
Van Kleeck, Mary 1925 1 Folder(s)
Vargish, A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Vassar College. Library 1925 1 Folder(s)
Venture Book Shop (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Viaud-Bruant Poitiers (Vienne, France) 1925 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding a painting by Ribera, Triomphe de Bacchus, offered for sale.
Victoria and Albert Museum 1925 1 Folder(s)
Villard, Oswald Garrison 1925 1 Folder(s)
Vogel, Emma C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Vollard, Ambroise 1925 1 Folder(s) In French. Regarding the purchase of Cézanne's Card Players (BF564).
Von Moschzisker, Robert 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the Foundation's dedication ceremony.
W. Heffer & Sons. 1925 1 Folder(s)
W.K. Hunt & Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
W.K. Stewart Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wagner Free Institute of Science 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wahr, George 1925 1 Folder(s)
Walden Book Shops, Inc. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Walker, C. Howard 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to the first issue of the Journal of the Barnes Foundation.
Wallerstein, Helen 1925 1 Folder(s)
Warner, Ralph 1925 1 Folder(s)
Warner, V. J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Warwick and York 1925 1 Folder(s)
Washington Book Co. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Washington High School (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Washington State Normal School (Ellensburg, Wash.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Waterford (N.Y.). Public Schools 1925 1 Folder(s)
Way, Edna M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weaver, Eleanor 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weaver, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weaver, Raymond M. (Raymond Melbourne) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to a review of Dr. Barnes's book, The Art in Painting.
Weed, Clarence M. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weeks, Ruth Mary 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weinrich, Agnes 1925 1 Folder(s)
Welsh, Herbert 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wentz, Helen C. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Werther, Clifford N. 1925 1 Folder(s)
West Virginia University 1925 1 Folder(s)
Westbrook, Lloyd 1925 1 Folder(s)
Western State Normal School (Kalamazoo, Mich.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Weyhe, E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Whelan, Thomas J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Whitford, Mary F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Whitman College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Whitmore, Charles E. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wieman, Henry Nelson 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wilber, Anna R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wilcox, Lois 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wildenstein & Co. (New York, N.Y.) 1925 1 Folder(s) In regard to Dr. Barmes's attempt to sell a small landscape by Louis Moreau.
Williams, Gardner 1925 1 Folder(s)
Willis, Harold E. D. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wilmington Institute Free Library (Wilmington, Del.) 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wilson, Cora McDevitt 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wimenitz, Rose R. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Winslow, Eleanor C. A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Witmer, Lightner 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wittenberg College 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wm. A. McCrea Suburban Real Estate 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wolle, Muriel Sibell 1925 1 Folder(s)
Women's City Club of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s) Regarding guidelines and fees for lectures by Thomas Munro.
Wood, Elizabeth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wood, L. H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Woodbury, Robert S. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Worcester Art Museum 1925 1 Folder(s)
Work, Monroe Nathan 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wright, David H. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wrigley, Mrs. Boy F. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Wyhi, Laura J. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Yale Divinity News 1925 1 Folder(s)
Yale University 1925 1 Folder(s)
Yeats, Jack Butler 1925 1 Folder(s)
Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Philadelphia 1925 1 Folder(s)
Young Women's Christian Asociation of the U.S.A. 1925 1 Folder(s)
Youth 1925 1 Folder(s)
Zadkine, Ossip 1925 1 Folder(s)



1926

A & B Art and Book Shop 1926 1 Folder(s)
A. Merchant & Co. Ltd. 1926 1 Folder(s) In regard to three French paintings, two by Chardin, offered for sale.
A. Pomerantz & Co. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Abbott, Edith R. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Abell, Walter H. 1926 1 Folder(s) Includes a letter from Walter Abell to W. Vivian Chappel.
Adler, Katherine 1926 1 Folder(s)
Aetna Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) 1926 1 Folder(s) In regard to insurance covering the stone cutting for the gallery building.
Aldrich, Edith M. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Alexandroff, Cherrie P. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Allen Book & Printing Company 1926 1 Folder(s)
Allen, Frank 1926 1 Folder(s)
Allen, Meyer M. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Altar of Good Will 1926 1 Folder(s)
American Association of Museums 1926 1 Folder(s)
American Association of University Women 1926 1 Folder(s)
American Mercury 1926 1 Folder(s)
American Red Cross 1926 1 Folder(s)
Ames, A. Jr. 1926 1 Folder(s)
Anderson, Elizabeth 1926 1 Folder(s)
Anderson, Lyda W. 1926 1 Folder(s