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|Named Person:||Dorothy Canning Miller; Holger Cahill; Increase Robinson|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Jay Wolff; Alexander Calder; Serge Chermayeff; M D C Crawford; Jimmy Ernst; S Giedion; Walter Gropius; Carl Holty; Harry Holtzman; Stephen R Hustvedt; Katharine Kuh; László Moholy-Nagy; Sibyl Moholy-Nagy; Robert Chesley Osborn; Philip Pearlstein; Hilla Rebay; Ad Reinhardt; Kurt Seligmann; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
|Description:||0.4 linear ft. (on 4 microfilm reels)|
Correspondence, 1929-1968 with Alexander Calder, Serge Chermayeff, Jimmy Ernst, Sigfried Giedion, Walter Gropius, Guggenheim Museum, Carl Holty, Katharine Kuh, L. and Sybil Moholy-Nagy, Museum of Non-Objective Painting and Hilla Rebay, Harry Holtzman, Stephen R. Hustvedt, Bob Osborn, Philip Pearlstein, Ad Reinhardt, and Kurt Seligmann; exhibition catalogs; price lists; clippings; articles; talks and notes; photographs of paintings and sculpture, 1929-1958; notebooks, 1929-1965; and a scrapbook, 1934-1938.
Nine letters from Morris D. C. Crawford and his wife, 1926-1932, and a carbon copy of a letter to Dorothy Miller Cahill, May 27, 1969, in which Wolff mentions his efforts, as president of the Artists' Union of Chicago, ca. 1936, to unseat Increase Robinson. Wolff also explains how he became Holger Cahill's "bitter enemy."