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Photographic portraits of artists, writers, musicians, arts administrators and patrons of the arts, ca. 1904-1917, and photographic illustrations and accompanying tearsheets for magazine and newspaper advertisements, ca. 1917-1921

Author: Elizabeth Buehrmann
Publisher: 1904-1921.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : English
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Interior and exterior portraits of artists, writers, musicians, poets, arts patron and arts administrators and their families taken in Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Paris, France, ca. 1904-1917. Other prints consist of copy photographs and original photographs, ca. 1917-1921, some with accompanying tearsheets, of illustrations of various products for advertisements in magazines and newspapers. Tearsheets include  Read more...
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Named Person: John White Alexander; Martha S Baker; Harold Bauer; Karl Theodore Francis Bitter; Mrs Karl Theodore Francis Bitter; Mrs Walker Brewster; Marie Bruette; Emma Calvé; Bliss Carmen; Mrs Margaret French Cesson; Charles W Clark; Alfred Emerson; Edith Emerson; Mrs Gertrude Emerson; Williard I Emerson; C B Falls; Daniel Chester French; Margaret French; William M R French; Mrs William M R French; Fraulein Fuchs; Percy Grainger; Sydney Greenstreet; Sadakichi Hartmann; Paul Haviland; Alice Corbin Henderson; Leigh Mitchell Hodges; Julie Hudak; Mrs Charles L Hutchinson; Helen Hyde; George Illian; Mrs Bertha Jacques
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Buehrmann
OCLC Number: 28429231
Notes: Collection stamps, verso; Printer's typed paper labels providing title, locales, verso.
Photographer's monogram in pencil, recto; Alpha-numeric identifiers in black crayon, recto.
Titles, dates, locales inscribed in unknown hand in pencil, verso.
Description: 49 photographic prints : platinum ; 24.2 x 19 cm. or smaller. 83 photographic prints : silver gelatin, b&w ; 28.3 x 36 cm. or smaller.
Responsibility: Elizabeth Buehrmann.

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Interior and exterior portraits of artists, writers, musicians, poets, arts patron and arts administrators and their families taken in Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Paris, France, ca. 1904-1917. Other prints consist of copy photographs and original photographs, ca. 1917-1921, some with accompanying tearsheets, of illustrations of various products for advertisements in magazines and newspapers. Tearsheets include advertisements from The Saturday Evening Post, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, and Ladies Home Journal, among others. Most of the original advertising photographs with tearsheets are assembled in a contemporaneous scrapbook.

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