RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 505720055 LA English T1 Stanford White correspondence and architectural drawings, A1 White, Stanford,, Boring, William A., Hunt, Richard Morris,, Saint-Gaudens, Augustus,, Tiffany, Louis Comfort,, La Farge, John,, McKim, Charles Follen,, Olmsted, Frederick Law,, Warren, Whitney,, Bardini, Stefano., White, Bessie Spring Smith., Chase, William Merritt,, Ware, William R., Cox, Kenyon,, Vanderbilt, Cornelius,, Baker, Percy., Gilbert, Cass,, Hassam, Childe,, Sargent, John Singer,, Wanamaker, John,, Dewing, Thomas Wilmer,, Whistler, James McNeill,, White, Richard., White, Lawrence Grant,, Carrère & Hastings., McKim, Mead & White., YR 1887 AB Collection consists primarily of White's letterpress books and correspondence, with some related bills, receipts, and other ephemera, 1887-1906, relating to his professional and personal matters. Correspondence, 1907, relates to his estate. Correspondents of note include William A. Boring, Richard Morris Hunt, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Louis C. Tiffany, John La Farge, Charles McKim, Frederick Law Olmsted, Whitney Warren, Stefano Bardini, Bessie White, William Merritt Chase, William Robert Ware, Kenyon Cox, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Percy Baker, Cass Gilbert, Childe Hassam, John Singer Sargent, John Wanamaker, Carrère & Hastings, Thomas Dewing, James McNeill Whistler, Lawrence White, Richard White, and other architects, artists, contractors, suppliers, clients, friends, and family members. One letter book contains letters, 1922, by White's son Lawrence Grant White. Also included are White's architectural drawings for houses he built for himself at St. James, Long Island, 1892-1904, and 121 East 21st Street, New York, undated; miscellaneous drawings; and a few architectural drawings by Lawrence Grant White, and drafts of his translation of Dante's DIVINE COMEDY.