RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 122530270 LA English A1 Lucien Goldschmidt, Inc., Goldschmidt, Lucien., Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri,, Schimmel, Herbert D.,, YR 1930 AB Business and some personal correspondence; ledgers and other business records. The collection includes correspondence of Pierre Berès (1948-1954), with personal letters regarding Berès' divorce from his wife Huguette, as well as bound and unbound catalogs and special lists issued by Berès in Paris and New York (1933-ca. 1955). The business correspondence of Lucien Goldschmidt includes letters from, among others: Jean Adheḿar, Louis Auchincloss, Gabriel Austin, Leonard Baskin, J. Rives Childs, Caresse Crosby, Marcel Duchamp, Peter Gay, Philip Hofer, Ada Louise Huxtable, Mary Hyde, William A. Jackson, and Andre ́Jammes. Also: Abe Lerner, A. Hyatt Mayor, Paul Mellon, Robert Nikirk, Howard M. Nixon, Charles Ryskamp, Lessing Rosenwald, Herbert Schimmel, Leo Steinberg, Francis Steegmuller, and Donald Wing. The correspondence files also include material about film director Michael Wilson's purchase of a collection of works by artist Felicien Rops. The unbound collection of catalogs issued by Lucien Goldschmidt, Inc. between 1957 and 1986 includes annotations regarding prices, purchasers, and dates catalogs were mailed to customers. There is also a visitors' book that documents visitors to Goldschmidt exhibitions from abot 1950 to 1968. Included also are galley proofs for the edition of the Unpublished Correspondence of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec edited by Lucien Goldschmidt and Herbert D. Schimmel. Miscellaneous material includes extensive collection of obituary and other articles on rare book and fine arts dealers; appraisals of the collections of Frank Altschul and Claus von Bülow; documents relating to William Smith (1727-1803), Provost of the College of Philadelphia; galley proofs for Unpublished Correspondence of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, edited by Lucien Goldschmidt and Herbert D. Schimmel (London: Phaidon, 1969); and several lists of materials prepared by Goldschmidt's wife, Marguerite Goldschmidt.