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Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Joseph Pennell, 1832-1934, bulk 1854-1926,

Elizabeth R. Pennell, 1884-1951, bulk 1884-1935,

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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Joseph and Elizabeth R. Pennell:

An Inventory of Their Papers at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Pennell, Joseph (1857-1926) and Elizabeth R. (1855-1936)
Title: Joseph and Elizabeth R. Pennell Papers
Dates: 1832-1951
Abstract: The collection contains correspondence, diaries, appointment books, documents, photographs, notebooks, clippings, and some artwork (not by Joseph Pennell). Nothing of signficance relating to the published works of the Pennells is present, nor are there any examples of Joseph Pennell's graphic art.
RLIN Record #: TXRC97-A16
Extent: 24 boxes
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Joseph Pennell (1857-1926), one of America's premier etchers and illustrators, was born on July 4, 1857, to Larkin and Rebecca Barton Pennell of Philadelphia. Growing up in a quiet Quaker household as a doted-upon only child, young Joseph developed an early independence of mind and an artistic bent. By his late teens Pennell risked his parents' disapproval to pursue a career in art, and before he was 25 his energy and skill had made him a commercially successful magazine illustrator, turning out well-received renderings of American and, later, European scenes.

Elizabeth Robins (1855-1936) collaborated with Pennell on an article on Philadelphia for the Century Magazine in 1882, after her uncle Charles Godfrey Leland had suggested her in his stead. Following work with George Washington Cable and William Dean Howells in (respectively) New Orleans and Italy, Joseph Pennell returned to Philadelphia and wed Elizabeth Robins in June 1884. The young couple soon moved to London to be near the historic architecture Pennell's increasingly sought-after commissions depended upon.

Until 1917 the Pennells lived in London, Joseph etching and drawing and Elizabeth writing. Elizabeth's text often accompanied her husband's work, but she also wrote independently, including art criticism. Joseph's colorful outspokenness and Elizabeth's quiet charm won them entry into London's artistic and intellectual life, where the Pennells were part of a circle that included Edmund Gosse, James McNeill Whistler, and George Bernard Shaw.

After the Pennells returned to the United States, Joseph continued his chosen path of art, teaching, and controversy, while Elizabeth elaborated her own less-flamboyant career in letters. Following Joseph's death in the spring of 1926 Elizabeth devoted most of her energies to memorializing her late husband's life and accomplishment. The Life and Letters of Joseph Pennell was published in 1929, and, largely with her sponsorship, Louis A. Wuerth's two bibliographies of Joseph's etchings and lithographs appeared in 1928 and 1931. Elizabeth Pennell died in New York City in February 1936.

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Scope and Contents

The Joseph and Elizabeth R. Pennell papers, 1832-1951, comprise correspondence, diaries, appointment books, documents, photographs, notebooks, clippings, and some artwork (not by Joseph Pennell). The collection is grouped as it was foldered by Elizabeth Pennell in the 1920s, with additions made from items removed in 1936 from her apartment and separately arranged.

Series I contains the papers of Joseph Pennell, subdivided into a large subseries of correspondence and a much smaller group of personal papers. The second series--Elizabeth Pennell's papers--comprises some business and personal correspondence and a larger personal papers subseries containing (most significantly) her diaries. Within the overall collection the correspondence is most extensive for the period from the late 1870s to about 1887 and from 1918 until 1936, with Elizabeth's diaries covering the years between 1884 and 1917. Additionally there is a group of Barton-Pennell family correspondence covering the period 1854 to 1898.

The majority of the correspondence deals with the art and literary careers of Joseph and Elizabeth Pennell, focusing on Joseph's exhibitions, teaching, and commission work and Elizabeth's post-1926 writing career. Among the significant correspondents are George Washington Cable; the Century Company; Edmund Gosse; Philip G. Hamerton; Harper and Brothers; the Library of Congress; Little, Brown and Company; Longmans, Green and Co.; the Modern Library; Harrison S. Morris; Mariana Van Rensselaer; the William Edwin Rudge firm; and Louis A. Wuerth. A list of all correspondents in the Pennell papers is located at the end of this inventory.

The chronological and topical span of the Pennell papers presently in the Ransom Center are largely dependent upon three factors: (a.) the flooding of stored personal belongings at a London warehouse in 1917 that damaged or destroyed much of that material, (b.) the Pennells' gift of portions of their library, art, and correspondence (especially that relating to James McNeill Whistler) to the Library of Congress in the 1920s, and (c.) Elizabeth's apparent discarding of much of her own personal correspondence (both received and that sent to Joseph), keeping primarily those materials which were of use in writing her life of Joseph Pennell.

The material presently in the papers is that inherited by Edward and Frances Tinker upon Elizabeth Pennell's death and which subsequently came to the Humanities Research Center as part of the Tinker Collection. Nothing of signficance relating to the published works of the Pennells--drafts, outlines, proofs, or similar material--is present in the collection, nor, apart from a few sketches on the margins of letters, are there any examples of Joseph Pennell's graphic art. However the Ransom Center's Art Collection holds 268 Joseph Pennell drawings, lithographs, and prints. Many of these are part of the Tinker Collection.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Bertin, Germaine
Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925
Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928
Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, 1834-1894
Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912
Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935
Morris, Harrison S., (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936
Repplier, Agnes, 1855-1950
Robinson, A. Mary F., (Agnes Mary Frances), 1857-1944
Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912
Van Rensselaer, Schuyler, Mrs., 1851-1934
Wuerth, Louis A., (Louis August), 1871-
Organizations
Century Company
Library of Congress
Little, Brown and Company
Modern Library Inc.
Seeley and Co.
Subject
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936
Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926
Artists, United States, 20th century
Authors, American, 20th century
Document Types
Cartoons
Christmas cards
Diaries
Drawings
Juvenilia
Legal documents
Photographs
Postcards
Prints

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 1961

Processed by:

Bob Taylor, 1997

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Series Descriptions

 

Joseph Pennell, 1832-1934, bulk 1854-1926,
12 boxes

This series is arranged in two subseries: A. Correspondence, 1854-1926 (11 boxes) and B. Personal Papers, 1832-1934 (1 box).
The correspondence received by Joseph Pennell is largely professional, although much of it from the years 1878 to 1883 is personal. Most of this correspondence predates 1888 or comes from the period 1917 to 1926. Topics covered include exhibitions, commissions, and travel to New Orleans, England, France, and Italy.
Pennell's correspondence from Richard W. Gilder, W. Lewis Fraser, and A. W. Drake of the Century Company in the 1880s gives a remarkable look into the role illustration played in a major American periodical of the day. Similarly, Pennell's pivotal role in the London Daily Chronicle's 1895 experiment to bring illustration to its pages is captured in the letters he received from other illustrators taking part in that project.
Letters written by Joseph Pennell were collected by Elizabeth after his death for use in her Life and Letters of Joseph Pennell. Most of these date from about 1900 to his death, though those sent to T. Fisher Unwin are as early as 1890. Many of these letters are present as photostats or as typescript copies. Most of this correspondence deals with Pennell's professional life but much of its is laced with his own colorful asides and acerbic observations.
The Barton-Pennell family correspondence comprises groups of letters from Joseph's aunt Martha C. Barton and his great aunt Beulah Barton, together with a substantial number of letters from his father Larkin Pennell. These are mostly addressed to a youthful Joseph, but there are also courtship letters of Larkin Pennell to Rebecca A. Barton.
Joseph Pennell's personal papers preserved at the Ransom Center are fragmentary and represent only the period 1913 to 1926, apart from one childhood coloring book. The bulk of these papers deals with the loss of personal possessions to water damage in 1917, together with Pennell's involvement in the Panama-Pacific Exposition of 1915. Also present are a group of passports and identity cards, together with legal documents generated in settling his estate in the years between 1926 and 1933.
A. Correspondence
Incoming
Box Folder
1 1 A
2 The Art Journal and The Magazine of Art, 1881-1887
3 B
4 On Charles M. Burns pamphlet, 1922
5 C
6 Cable, George Washington
Century Company
Box Folder
1 7 1881-1882
8 1883-1884
Box Folder
2 1 1885
2 1886-1887
3 On Howells and Hamerton projects, and miscellaneous, 1881-1896
4 D
On Daily Chronicle project, 1895
5 B-N
6 P-W and unidentified
7 E
8 F
Box Folder
3 1 Ga-Ge
2 Gi-Gr
3 H-Henry, Charles
4 Henry, John-Hu
5 Hamerton, Philip G.
6 Harper & Brothers
7 I and J
8 K
Box Folder
4 1 L
2 Longmans, Green
3 M
4 Manley, Thomas R.
5 N
6 O
7 P
8 Q and R
Box Folder
5 1 S
Seeley and Co.
Box Folder
5 2 To Joseph Pennell
3 To Elizabeth Pennell
4 T, U, and V
5 Van Rensselaer, Mariana
6 W and Z and unidentified
Outgoing
Box Folder
6 1 A-G
2 Butler, Mary
3 Century Company, 1881-1912
4 Grasberger, George J. C., 1917-1926
5 H-L
6 Hamilton, John McLure
Jackson, Joseph
Box Folder
6 7 1911-1913
Box Folder
7 1 1915-1926 and undated
2 Leinroth, Robert G.
3 M-R
Morris, Harrison S.
Box Folder
7 4 1902-1908 and undated
5 (photostats) 1909
6 (photostats) 1910-1924
Pennell, Elizabeth R.
Box Folder
8 1 1882-1884 and early undated
2 1885-1886
3 (postcards) 1885 and 1887
4 later 1880s (undated)
5 1918
6 1919-1922 and later undated
Box Folder
9 1 S-W and unidentified
2 Singer, Hans W. (copies)
3 Thomson, David Croal (copies)
Unwin, T. F. (from both Pennells)
Box Folder
9 4 1890-1893
5 1894-1896
6 1897 and undated
Box Folder
10 1 1898-1899
Unwin, T. F. (from Joseph only)
Box Folder
10 2 1901-1909 and 1913-1926
3 (copies) 1899-1926
4 Van Dyke, John C. (copies)
5 Welsh, H. D., (photostats) 1917-1926
Barton-Pennell Family Correspondence
Box Folder
11 1 Barton, Beulah to the Larkin Pennells; Pennell miscellany
2 Barton, Martha C. to the Larkin Pennells and others
3 Pennell, Larkin to Rebecca A. Barton and to "dear Sister"
Pennell, Larkin to Joseph and Elizabeth Pennell
Box Folder
11 4 1878-1884
5 1885-1887
6 Albert C. Myers and James Shields on Pennell family history; 1832 Joseph Pennell deed
B. Personal Papers
Box Folder
11 7 Passports, identity cards, security passes, 1883-1923
8 ABC book, hand-colored, mid-1860s
Box Folder
12 1 Correspondence on Whiteley's warehouse flooding, 1922-1923
2 List of materials damaged at Whiteley's
3 List of property stored at Whiteley's, 1917
4 London 1917 utility and insurance materials
5-6 Panama-Pacific Exposition documents
7 Galleys, drafts, form letters (from Joseph Jackson)
8 Manuscript fragments
Box Folder
13 1 Estate materials, 1926-1933

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Elizabeth R. Pennell, 1884-1951, bulk 1884-1935,
12 boxes

The second series comprises two subseries: A. Correspondence, 1912-1936 (5 boxes) and Personal Papers, 1884-1951 (7 boxes).
Letters received by Elizabeth Pennell in the collection--apart from an early group from Seeley & Co. filed with her husband's papers--date from the mid-1920s to 1936. The majority of this correspondence was arranged by Elizabeth Pennell by correspondent and generally deals with business--bequests to the Library of Congress, writing Life and Letters and Whistler, the Friend, as well as exhibitions of Joseph's work and royalty issues.
The Modern Library correspondence of 1926-29 captures the business style of that publisher in its earliest period, just as the Little, Brown letters of 1927-32 demonstrate all too clearly the difficulty of publishing expensive art books at the bottom of the Depression.
The correspondence collected from her apartment in 1936 had not been weeded by Elizabeth Pennell and includes more personal and avocational interests, including correspondence from Germaine Bertin, the Gypsy Lore Society, and from her half-siblings.
Elizabeth Pennell's own letters are scantily represented--one folder of letters to Joseph Jackson are present, as well as one or two to her husband. Her letters to Unwin are interfiled with her husband's in Series I. Several letters are represented in the form of drafts scattered among the papers.
The personal papers of Elizabeth Pennell are nearly as fragmentary as those of Joseph, comprising most importantly her diaries from 1884 to 1917, together with her appointment books covering the years 1904 to 1935. The diaries (which are essentially complete save for the period May 1891 to September 1898) contain extensive observations on the people and activities the Pennells were involved with in the art and literary communities of London during those years.
Drafts of articles by William M. Ivins (on Joseph Pennell) and by Sarah Shaw (on Whistler) are present, as are etchings and prints by Amelia Bauerle, Bessie M. Brewer, R. Bryden, Charles Z. Klauder, E. H. Suydam, H. Devitt Welsh, and Mason W. Zimmerman. Several notebooks, 1934-35 household bills, and her estate materials are also found in her personal papers, together with photographs of Joseph Pennell and the Bertin family. Several of the appointment books and diaries in boxes 18 through 22 have had materials withdrawn for separate housing; these are starred in the Folder List.
A. Correspondence
Incoming
Library of Congress
Box Folder
13 2 Through Mar. 1927
3 Apr. 1927-Dec. 1928
4 1929-1931
5 1932-1934
Box Folder
14 1-2 On exhibition of Joseph Pennell's works and on publication projects, 1926-1930
Little, Brown and Co.
Box Folder
14 3 June 1927-Sept. 1929
4 Oct. 1929-Aug. 1932
5 Modern Library, 1926-1929
6 William E. Rudge, 1926-1929
Box Folder
15 1 Wuerth, Louis A., 1926-1933
2 On permissions and copyrights, 1927-1929
On Life and Letters
Box Folder
15 3 A-K
4 L-R
5 S-Z and unidentified
Box Folder
16 1 On Whistler, the Friend
Correspondence received, 1934-1936
Box Folder
16 2 A-C
3 D-G
4 H-M
5 N-R
Box Folder
17 1 S
2 T-Z
3 unidentified
Outgoing
Box Folder
17 4 Jackson, Joseph
B. Personal Papers
Appointment books
Box Folder
18 1 1904
2 1905
3 1906
4 1907
5 1908
6 1909
7 1910
8 1911
9 1912
10 1913
11 1914
12 1915
13 1916
14 1917*
15 1918
16 1919
17 1920
18 1921*
19 1922
20 1923
21 1924
22-23 1925
24 1926*
25 1927
26 1928
27-28 1929*
29 1930
30 1931
31 1932
32 1933
33 1934*
34 1935
Diaries
Box Folder
19 1 1884 July 2-1885 Mar. 8*
2 1885 Mar. 9-1885 Nov. 9*
3 1885 Nov. 10-1886 Mar. 6
4 1886 Mar. 7-1886 July 22
5 1886 July 23-1886 Nov. 14*
6 1886 Nov. 15-1887 July 25*
7 1887 Sept. 1-1888 Mar. 19*
8 1888 Mar. 20-1889 Jan. 17*
9 1889 Jan. 18-1890 Feb. 13
Box Folder
20 1 1890 Feb. 14-1891 May 13
2 1898 Sept. 25-1898 Dec. 5*
3 1901 Dec. 19-1903 Nov. 16
4 1903 Nov. 17-1906 Sept. 27
5 1904 Feb. 9-1904 Feb. 11
Box Folder
21 1 1906 Sept. 28-1907 May 9
2 1907 May 9-1909 Feb. 1
3 1909 May 11-1911 Oct. 26
4 1910 May 7 and 1914 Aug. 26-1914 Sept. 1*
5 1911 Nov. 1-1914 Oct. 15*
6 1914 Sept. 2-1915 Jan. 3*
Box Folder
22 1 1915 Jan. 4-1915 Aug. 10*
2 1915 Aug. 12-1916 Feb. 23*
3 1916 Feb. 24-1916 Aug. 7*
4 1916 Aug. 8-1917 Feb. 3*
5 1917 Feb. 4-1917 Mar. 2*
Box Folder
23 1 Articles by Elizabeth Pennell, early 1920s
2 Household bills, 1935
3-4 Estate materials, 1936-1951
5 Notebook on cookery library, etc.
6 Notebook on 17th and 18th century literature
7 Notebook ( Life and Letters, etc.)
Box Folder
24 1 Photographs
2 Publisher's dummy of Whistler, the Friend
Miscellaneous material
Box Folder
24 3 Financial notes, clippings, draft articles by others
4 Labels and prospecti
5 Membership cards and printed forms
6 Etchings and prints (none by Joseph Pennell)

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 Joseph and Elizabeth R. Pennell Papers--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Unidentified--5.6, 15.5, 17.3
  • A. & W. Dawson --1.1
  • Academy Art Club (Philadelphia, Penn.)--1.1
  • Adams, Margaret Graham Boroughs--20.1
  • Adams, Robert, 1849-1906--1.1
  • Adams, Wayman, 1883-1959--1.4, 16.2
  • Addams, Clifford, 1876- --15.3, 16.2
  • Adsit, C. D., Mrs.--1.1
  • Ady, Julia Mary Cartwright, d. 1924--1.1
  • Albemarle, William Coutts Keppel, Earl of, 1832-1894--1.1
  • Albert Roullier Art Galleries--14.1
  • Alexander, Francesca, 1837-1917--1.1
  • Alfred J. Silberstein, Inc. (Alec Stone)--16.2
  • Alkins, G. E. (Bines & Sheaff; G.E. Alkins & Co.)--1.1
  • Amadori, Alessandro--1.1
  • American Academy of Arts and Letters (Frank P. Crasto, Jr., P. O. Mulrow, Grace D. Vanamee)--14.2, 15.2
  • American Architect and Building News (A. V. S. Anthony, William Rotch Hare)--1.1
  • American Art Review--see Koehler, S. R. (Sylvester Rosa)
  • American Express Company. Foreign Dept. (R. Kimpton)--4.1, 12.5
  • American Federation of Arts (F. A. Whiting)--13.5
  • American Water Color Society--see Farrer, Henry
  • Anderson, Charles, Jr.--1.1
  • The Art Age (Arthur B. Turnure)--1.1
  • The Art Interchange (E. Knauffer)--1.1
  • The Art Journal--1.2, see also Huish, Marcus Bourne
  • Ash, John M., Jr. (William Simpson, Sons & Co.)--1.1
  • Ash, Rachael Morgan--1.1
  • Ashhurst, John, 1865-1932 (Free Library of Philadelphia)--1.4
  • The Atlantic Monthly (Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Horace E. Scudder)--1.1
  • Attwood, Gladys H.--16.2
  • Baker, Gladys--15.3
  • Bakker, Kathleen--15.3
  • Ballard, Ellis Ames, 1861-1938 (Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll)--15.2
  • Ballin, Auguste, 1842- --1.3
  • Baltimore Museum of Art (Henry H. Wiegand, Meyric R. Rogers)--14.2
  • Bangs, L. H.--1.3
  • Barnes, S. G.--1.3
  • Barstow, Nina--1.3
  • Bartlett, Paul, Mrs.--15.2
  • Barton, Beulah--11.1
  • Barton, Martha C., d. 1898--11.2
  • Barton, Mary--11.2
  • Batchelder, Charles--16.2
  • Bay, Wilfrid--1.3
  • Beatty, Helen M.--16.2
  • Beekman, William--15.3
  • Benson, John Howard, 1901-1956--6.1
  • Bernard Quaritch (Firm) (F. Kisbee)--12.1
  • Berry, Riley Maria Fletcher--16.2
  • Bertin, Germaine--15.3, 16.2
  • Besant, Walter, Sir, 1836-1901--1.3
  • Bevis, J. L.--1.3
  • Biennale di Venezia (11th: 1910) (Giulio Fradeletto)--1.3
  • Bier, Robert L.--13.5, 16.2
  • Bigelow, Frederick Southgate, 1871- --16.2
  • Bigelow, Poultney, 1855- --1.3
  • Bines, Samuel Mason--1.3
  • Blackman Company (George L. Welp)--14.1
  • Blanchard, Albert Gallatin, 1810-1891--1.3
  • Blind, Mathilde, 1841-1896--1.3
  • Bloodgood, Lida Fleitmann, 1894- --15.3
  • Blyth, Alexander Wynter, 1844-1921--1.3
  • Boericke, Gideon--16.2
  • Borie, C. L.--6.1
  • Borough Polytechnic (London, England) (W. M. Richardson)--2.5
  • Borton, C. Walter (Provident Trust Company of Philadelphia)--16.2
  • Boswell, [?]--1.4
  • Boteler, Alexander Robinson, 1815-1892--see Shenandoah Valley Railroad
  • Boteler, Helen M.--1.3
  • Bradley, A. G. (Arthur Granville), 1850-1943--6.3
  • Bradley, J. H.--1.3
  • Branford, Violet--16.2
  • Braun, John Frederick, d. 1939--14.2, 15.3
  • Brewer, Bessie Marsh--15.3
  • Brewster, Kate Lancaster--15.2
  • Brinton, Daniel Garrison, 1837-1899--1.3
  • British Empire Exhibition (1924-1925: Wembley, London, England)--15.2
  • Brookes, Warwick--1.3
  • Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.). President (Peter A. McArdle, Charles J. Minsterer) --6.1
  • Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce (John E. Veasey)--6.1
  • Brooklyn Heights Association (Otis S. Carroll, William B. Hill)--6.1
  • Broomall, John Martin, 1816-1894--11.5
  • Brown, Betty--16.2
  • Brown, C. H.--1.3
  • Brown, H. Latimer--1.3
  • Brown, Horatio F. (Horatio Forbes), 1854-1926--1.3
  • Brown, Irving--16.2
  • Brown, Mary--16.2
  • Brown, Ridgely--1.3
  • Brunner, Emma Beatrice--6.1
  • Buchanan, Donald W. (National Gallery of Canada)--16.2
  • Buckler, Helen--15.3
  • Buffum, Joanna S.--6.1, 15.3
  • Burditt & North (Firm)--1.3
  • Burgess, Ruth Payne--15.3
  • Burke, R. M. (Asylum for the Insane)--1.3
  • Burnett, Swan M. (Swan Moses), 1847-1906--1.3
  • Burns, Charles Marquedant, Jr.--1.3
  • Burr, Nannie--15.3
  • Butler, Lina W.--15.3
  • Butler, Mary--6.2, 15.3
  • Buttrick, Ernest G.--15.3
  • C. T. Bowring & Company, Ltd.--12.5
  • Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925--1.6
  • Cadmus, Marie Latasa--6.1
  • Campbell, Mary--15.3
  • Canby, Anna E.--1.5
  • Canby, John--11.1
  • Carey, Clive--16.2
  • Carl Hentschel & Co.--2.5
  • Carr, J. Comyns (Joseph Comyns), 1849-1916--see The English Illustrated Magazine
  • Carr, Riley (J. & Riley Carr)--1.5
  • Carrington, Fitz Roy, 1869-1954--16.1
  • Carroll, Otis S.--6.1
  • Cassell and Company, Ltd. (Edwin Bale, O. M. Dunham, S. H. Lewer)--1.5
  • Century Company (A. V. S. Anthony, C. C. Buel, Charles F. Chichester, William Carey, A. W. Drake, William W. Ellsworth, W. Lewis Fraser, Richard W. Gilder, A. M. Gleason, R. U. Johnson, J. R. Osgood, C. Parsons, Frank H. Scott, Roswell Smith)--1.7-8, 2.1-3, 16.2
  • The Century Magazine (A. W. Drake, W. Lewis Fraser, Richard W. Gilder)--3.5, 5.5
  • Champneys, Basil, 1842-1935--1.5, 2.2
  • Chandler, Theophilus P. (Theophilus Parsons), 1845-1928--1.5
  • Charles Scribner's Sons--1.5
  • Charles Sessler (Firm) (Mabel Zahn)--16.2
  • Charles Sessler (Firm)--see also Sessler, Charles
  • Charlton, John, 1849-1917--2.5
  • Chase, J. Eastman--1.5
  • Chefdeville, L.--1.5
  • Christ's Hospital (London, England) (Mempriere)--1.8
  • Church, Frederick S. (Frederick Stuart), 1842-1924--1.5
  • Claghorn, James L.--1.5
  • Clark, James Edmund--1.5
  • Clark, William J., 1840-1889 (The Evening Telegraph)--1.5, 1.8
  • Clarke, A. T.--2.5
  • Cleveland Museum of Art (Helen S. Foote, W. M. Milliken, Eleanor R. Sackett)--14.2
  • Cobden-Sanderson, Anne, 1852-1944--12.5
  • Cobden-Sanderson, Richard--16.2
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Library (W. B. McDaniel, 2nd)--16.2
  • Comfort, Edith A.--1.5
  • Cook, Arthur Kemball, 1851-1928--1.5
  • Coolidge, Grace Goodhue, 1879-1957 (The White House)--13.2
  • Cooper, Colin Campbell, Jr.--1.5
  • Cooper, Emily--1.5
  • Cope, Walter, d. 1902--1.5
  • Copley, Ethel Leontine Gabain--15.3
  • Copley, John, 1875-1950--12.1, 15.3, 16.2
  • Corse, F. W.--1.5
  • Cortissoz, Royal, 1869-1948--15.3, 16.2
  • Cosmopolitan Club (New York, N. Y.) (Mrs. George A. Plimpton, Margaret Richardson)--16.2
  • Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia (Margaret Vogleson)--16.2
  • Coulter, W. T.--1.5
  • Crane, Walter, 1845-1915--1.5
  • Crawford, Clotilde F.--15.3
  • Credit Monthly--13.4
  • Crowther, T. S. C.--2.5
  • Cudlip, Charles S.--1.5
  • Cullen, Charlotte--15.3
  • Cupiss, Herbert--1.8
  • D. Appleton-Century Company--16.3
  • D. Lothrop and Company (Charles S. Pratt, Ella F. Pratt)--2.4
  • Daily Chronicle (London, England) (A. E. Fletcher, Frank Lloyd, H. W. Massingham, Vaughan Nash, Henry Norman, N. Turner)--2.5
  • Dass, P. Keshavanandajee--15.3
  • Davies, Thomas F.--2.4
  • Davis, G. P.--2.4
  • Davis, William Stearns, 1877-1930--16.3
  • Dawson, A. G.--2.4, see also A. & W. Dawson
  • DeFord & Co.--2.4
  • DeVinne, Theodore Low, 1828-1914--1.8
  • Dickson, Beitler & McCouch (Henry S. Drinker, Jr., Roland C. Heisler, William M. Kitzmiller, Leslie M. Swope, J. L. Warrell)-- 13.1, 24.3
  • Di Negro, Abbot of San Giovanni d'Osso--2.4
  • Dixon, Joseph--2.4
  • Dodd, Jessie H.--2.4
  • Dodd, Katherine S.--2.4
  • Dohan, Joseph M.--13.1
  • Doron, Charles B.--2.4
  • Douglas, Bessie Tabitha Pettit, 1870-1955--6.1, 15.3, 16.3
  • Douglas, David, 1823-1916--2.4
  • Drexel, Anthony J. (Anthony Joseph), 1826- 1893--2.4
  • Drinker, Biddle & Reath (Firm) (William M. Kitzmiller)--13.1
  • Dunning, George A.--2.4
  • Dunthorne, Robert--2.4, see also Walker, Emery, Sir, 1851-1933
  • Du Pont Magazine (E. R. Manchester)--13.3
  • Duveneck, Frank, 1848-1919--2.4
  • Earle, Genevieve B.--15.3
  • Eaton, Esther--16.3
  • Ede, Hubert R.--15.2
  • Elliott, Huger--16.3
  • Elliott and Fry (Firm) (Edward Fry)--2.7, 15.2
  • Ellis, William Shewell--15.2
  • Elwyn, Richard, d. 1897--2.2
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica (Marie B. Bauer, Dorothy Carson, Warren E. Cox, L. P. Dudley, F. H. Hooper, Mary M. Morgan, Janet L. Powers)--14.1
  • The English Illustrated Magazine (J. Comyns Carr)--2.7
  • Ernest Benn Ltd. (Ernest Benn)--15.2
  • Eton College (Edmund Vane)--2.7
  • Eustis, W. G.--16.3
  • Evans, Hannah--11.1
  • F. C. Mathews & Co. (F. C. Mathews)--12.5
  • Faber, Hermann, 1832-1913--2.8
  • Falconer, John Mackie, 1820- --2.8
  • Farley, James Aloysius, 1888- --see United States. Postmaster General
  • Farrer, Henry, 1843-1903--2.8
  • Fernie, Robert W.--2.8
  • Ferris, Warren W.--2.8
  • Field, Richard (New York Herald Tribune)--17.2
  • Finn, Kathleen--16.3
  • Flanagan, John--15.3, 16.3
  • Fletcher, Frank Morley, 1866- --6.1, 15.3
  • Fletcher, Maud Morley--16.3
  • Foote, Emily K.--2.8, 4.3
  • Ford & Wall (Firm)--2.8
  • Forstall, Louise--2.8
  • Fowler, E. H.--2.8
  • Fox, Edward B. (James W. Queen & Company)--2.8
  • Fraley, Joseph Cresson, 1849-1921--22.3
  • Fraley & Paul (Firm) (Joseph C. Fraley)--16.3
  • Frankford Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends) (William Henry Brown)--2.8
  • Frankland, L.--16.3
  • Fraser, W. Lewis--1.8, see also Century Company, The Century Magazine, Scribner & Co.
  • Fratelli Treves (Firm)--2.8
  • Frederick Keppel & Co. (William E. Hartung, Frederick Keppel, E. F. Nicholas)--2.8, 11.5, 13.3, 24.3
  • Frederick Warne (Firm)--2.8
  • Frick, Benjamin Otis--16.1
  • Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910--2.8
  • Furnivall, Percy, 1868- --2.8
  • G. E. Stechert & Co.--13.4
  • G. P. Putnam's Sons (John Bishop Putnam)--3.1, 15.2
  • Gallatin, A. E. (Albert Eugene), 1881-1952--6.1
  • Galleria d'arte moderna (Florence, Italy)--13.5
  • Garnett, Richard, 1835-1906--3.1
  • Garrett, Philip C. (Philip Cresson), 1834-1905--3.1
  • Garside, Charles (City of New York Municipal Court)--16.3
  • Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1943 (B. C. Hazelton)--15.2
  • Germantown Academy (William Kershaw)--3.1, 9.1
  • Germantown Monthly Meeting of Friends (John E. Carter, Thomas P. Cope, Jabez Jenkins)--3.1
  • Giardino di Boboli (Florence, Italy)--3.1
  • Giardino Torrigiani--3.2
  • Gideon, G. Dinsmore (Eldredge & Brother)--3.2
  • Gifford, W. B.--3.2
  • Gilchrist, Anne Burrows, 1828-1885--3.2
  • Gilchrist, Grace--3.2
  • Gilchrist, Herbert Harlakenden, 1857- --3.2
  • Gilder, Richard Watson, 1844-1909--see Century Company, The Century Magazine
  • Gill, William L.--3.2
  • Gilliat, Edward, 1841-1915--3.2
  • Glazebrook, Hugh de--3.2
  • Gleaves, Reginald--2.5
  • Glidden, Jessie Pennell--15.3
  • Goadby, Edwin--3.2
  • Godfrey, Julian (Paymaster General's Office)--3.2
  • Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928 (Board of Trade)--3.2
  • Gosse, Ellen, Lady--3.2
  • Gould, F. Carruthers (Francis Carruthers), Sir, 1844-1925--3.2
  • Goulding, Frederick, 1842-1909--3.2
  • Goulding, William C.--3.2
  • Goupil & Cie.--12.6
  • Grand Central Art Galleries (Belle Harvey, Isabelle Hoggatt)--13.5, 16.3
  • Granniss, Ruth S. (Ruth Shepard), 1872-1954--15.3
  • Grant, F.--3.2
  • Grasberger, George J. C. (George J. C. Grasberger, Inc.)--13.3
  • Great Britain. Special Commissioners of Income Tax (E. R. Harrison, F. R. Tabor)--12.4
  • Greene, John Gardner--16.3
  • Greene, William M.--15.3
  • Greiffenhagen, Maurice--2.5
  • Grolier Club (Henry W. Kent, George L. McKay)--3.2, 14.2
  • Guaranty Trust Company of New York--12.4, 13.1
  • Guggenheimer & Untermyer (Firm) (Clifford R. Schuman)--24.3-4
  • Gypsy Lore Society (H. J. Francis, Dora E. Yates)--16.3
  • Haden, Francis Seymour, Sir, 1818-1910--3.3
  • Haines, E. E.--3.3
  • Haines, N. R.--3.3
  • Haines, Paul (New York University Washington Square College)--16.4
  • Haines, Rob B., Jr.--3.3
  • Haines, Stacy--11.1
  • Hall, A. Brames--3.3
  • Halsey, Alice D. Shipley--6.5
  • Hamerton, Eugenie--3.5
  • Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, 1834-1894--3.5
  • Hamilton, Edward, 1824-1899--3.3
  • Hamilton, John McLure, 1853-1936--15.3, 16.4
  • Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (Va.) (George L. Curtis)--3.3
  • Hance, Anthony M.--3.3
  • Hancock, Carl--16.4
  • Hankey, Emma--15.3
  • Hanna, Alfred Jackson, 1893- --16.4
  • Hanson, H. A.--3.3
  • Hare, Kathleen--16.4
  • Harper & Brothers (H. M. Alden, S. S. Conant, W. M. Laffan, James R. Osgood, Charles Parsons, J. F. Phayre)--3.6, 17.1
  • Harper's Magazine (W. M. Laffan, J. F. Phayre, F. W. Slater)--3.3
  • Harris, Frank S. (George S. Harris & Sons)--3.3
  • Harrison, Burton, Mrs., 1843-1920--3.3
  • Hart, Charles Henry, 1847-1918--3.3
  • Hartley, Harold, 1851-1943--16.4
  • Hartley, Harold, Mrs.--17.2
  • Hartrick, Archibald Standish, 1864-1950--2.5, 15.3, 16.4
  • Harvey, Margaret Boyle--3.3
  • Haseltine, Charles F.--3.3
  • Hausmann, Max--3.3
  • Haverford College--see Scull, Edward Lawrence
  • Hayllar, Benjamin--3.3
  • Heinemann, William, 1863-1920--3.3
  • Hendrick, Burton Jesse, 1870-1949--7.3
  • Henley, W. E. (William Ernest), 1849-1903--see The Magazine of Art
  • Hennessy, William John, 1839-1917--3.3
  • Henry, Charles W.--3.3
  • Henry, John J.--3.4
  • Herkomer, Hubert von, Sir, 1849-1914--3.4
  • Hibbert, Frederick J. (Norfolk Art Galleries)--3.4
  • High Falls Hotel (Dingmans Ferry, Pa.)--3.4
  • Hills, Gertrude--16.4
  • Hills & Saunders (Firm)--3.4
  • Hilton, Mrs., of Beauvoir, Miss.--3.4
  • Historical Society of Pennsylvania (F. D. Stone)--3.4, 7.3
  • Hodgkins, John--16.4
  • Hogarth Club (H. M. Cundall)--3.4
  • Hogle, Virginia E.--4.3
  • Holland, Leicester Bodine, 1882-1952--16.4, see also Library of Congress
  • Holmes, Kate C.--3.4
  • Holmes, William Henry, 1846-1933--3.4
  • Hornor, Louisa Stockton--3.4
  • Hornor, William Macpherson--3.4
  • Houghton, Mifflin and Company (J. B. Millet)--2.3, 3.4, 24.4
  • Hovenden, Thomas, 1840-1895--3.4
  • Hoverman, A.--3.4
  • Howells, Elinor Mead, 1837-1910--2.3
  • Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920--2.3, 3.4
  • Hudston, James R.--3.4
  • Huish, Marcus Bourne, 1845-1921--2.5
  • Hunt, Violet, 1862-1942--16.4
  • Hunt, William Holman, 1827-1910--3.4
  • Huson, Thomas, 1844-1920--3.4
  • Huston, Mary W.--3.4
  • Huth, Edward, 1847- --12.5
  • Ingersoll, Ernest, 1852-1946--3.7
  • Internationale Ausstellung fur Buchgewerbe und Graphik (1914: Leipzig, Germany) (Carl Wagner)--6.7
  • Isherwood, Kathleen Machell Smith, 1868-1960--16.4
  • Italy. Soprintendenza all'arte medioevale e moderna della Toscana (Odoardo H. Giglioli)--13.4, 15.3
  • J. B. Lippincott Company (M. Harvey, E. S. Holloway, J. Jefferson Jones, Joseph W. Lippincott)--3.7, 14.1-.2, 16.1
  • J. E. Kingsley & Co. (H. S. Brown)--3.7
  • J. S. Morgan & Co.--3.7
  • Jackson, F. E.--6.5
  • Jackson, Joseph, 1867-1946--12.7, 15.2
  • Jacomb-Hood, G. P. (George Percy), 1857-1929--2.5
  • James Bourlet & Sons Ltd.--12.6
  • James Hartley, Cooper & Co.--4.1
  • James R. Osgood and Company--2.3, see also American Architect and Building News
  • Joachim, Maud--16.4
  • John C. Yorston & Co.--3.7
  • John H. Vanderpoel Art Association--16.4
  • Johnson, Llewellyn H.--3.7
  • Johnson, William S. (T. & J. W. Johnson & Co.)--3.7
  • Jordan, David Wilson--3.7
  • Journalists' Club (Philadelphia, Pa.)--3.7
  • Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932 (Ambassade de France a Londres)--3.7
  • Keen, William W. (William Williams), 1837- --3.8
  • Kelly, Herbert P.--3.8
  • Kemp, Percy--2.5
  • Kennedy & Co. (Otto M. Torrington)--15.2
  • Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950 (Anderson Galleries)--6.3
  • Keppel, David, 1877- --14.1
  • Kerr, William McMurtrie--3.8
  • Ketterlinus Lithographic Manufacturing Co. (Robert G. Leinroth)--16.4, see also Leinroth, Robert G.
  • Kimmel & Voigt (Firm)--3.8
  • Kingsley, Rose Georgina, 1845- --3.8
  • Kinney, William S.--6.5, 14.2, 15.3
  • Kirby, Gustavus Town, 1874- --6.5
  • Kirk, J.--3.8
  • Kite, Susanna S.--6.5
  • Klackner, C.--3.8
  • Klauder, Charles Zeller, 1872- --16.4
  • Knerr, Harry O.--6.5
  • Koehler, S. R. (Sylvester Rosa), 1837-1900--3.8
  • Kotz, Daniel, 1848- --3.8
  • Kuhler, Otto, 1894- --15.3
  • Kyllmann, Otto--3.8, 15.3, 16.1
  • Laidlaw & Co.--4.1
  • Lambeth Palace (C. Spencer Smith, Montague Fowler)--4.1
  • Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912--4.1
  • Lang, Mrs.--4.1
  • Langley, S. P. (Samuel Pierpont), 1834-1906--4.1
  • Lansing, Eleanor--13.2
  • Lauber, Joseph, 1855- --4.1
  • Laughlin, Sceva Bright, 1881-1947--15.4
  • Law Union and Rock Insurance Company Ltd. (Frank Henderson, H. P. Cremonger)--12.1, 12.4
  • Lawson, Ernest, 1873-1939--16.4
  • Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935--4.1
  • Leighton, Clare, 1899-1989--16.4
  • Leinroth, Robert G.--7.2, 15.4, 16.1, see also Ketterlinus Lithographic Manufacturing Co.
  • Leland, Charles Godfrey, 1824-1903--4.1
  • Lent, Frank T. (Frank Townsend), 1855- --4.1
  • Leonetti, Carlo--15.2
  • Lesley, Margaret W.--4.1
  • Levetus, Amelia Sarah--4.1
  • Levis, Howard Coppuck--13.3, 15.4, 16.4
  • Lewinson, Leah--6.5
  • Library of Congress (Frederick W. Ashley, Linn R. Blanchard, Allen R. Boyd, William L. Brown, Jessica L. Farnum, Leicester B. Holland, Anna C. Koerper, Herbert Putnam, Wade H. Rabbitt, David E. Roberts, M. A. Roberts, Helen Wright)--12.1, 13.1-5, 15.2, 16.1, 24.3-4, see also Holland, Leicester Bodine, 1882-1952; Roberts, David E.; Wright, Helen
  • Library of Congress. Copyright Office--19.4
  • Life (John Ames Mitchell)--4.1
  • Lindsay, Robert M.--4.1
  • Little, Brown and Company (Lewis H. Bailey, Charles B. Blanchard, H. M. Douglas, H. G. Halladay, Herbert F. Jenkins, Alfred R. McIntyre, H. G. McIntyre, J. A. Reed, G. G. Ross, J. F. Smith, A. W. Stevens, Arthur F. Williams)--14.3-4, 16.4
  • Locke, Charles--16.4
  • Lomas, Sidney C. (Philadelphia Sketch Club)--7.3, see also Philadelphia Sketch Club
  • Longmans, Green and Co. (C. J. Longman, T. Norton)--4.2
  • Lowengrund, Margaret--15.4
  • Lowndes, Belloc, 1868-1947--15.4
  • Macbeth, Donald--15.2
  • McDiarmid, Kate R.--13.3
  • McGarigle, John--16.4
  • McGirr, Newman F., 1877-1952--15.2
  • McKim, Mead & White (Sidney V. Stratton)--1.8
  • McLaughlin, D. S.--7.3
  • Macmillan & Co. (Frederick Macmillan)--2.3
  • Macmillan Company (Harold S. Latham)--14.2
  • MacMullan & Co.--4.3
  • Magazine of American History (John Austin Stevens)--4.3
  • The Magazine of Art (Edwin Bale, W. E. Henley)--1.2, 4.3, see also Koehler, S. R. (Sylvester Rosa), 1837-1900
  • Magill, Edward H. (Edward Hicks), 1825-1907--4.3
  • Mallows, Charles Edward--4.3
  • The Manhattan (J. E. Fryalt)--4.3
  • Manley, Thomas R., 1853- --4.4
  • Mannington, J. S.--4.3
  • Manuel, J. Wright T., d. 1899--2.5
  • Marsh, John B. (The Standard)--4.3
  • Marshall, Herbert Menzies, 1841-1913--2.5
  • Martin, Benjamin Ellis, d. 1909--4.3
  • Mather, Frank Jewett, 1868-1953--13.3
  • Maury, Cornelia F.--4.3
  • Maxwell, Anne--16.1
  • May, Phil, 1864-1903--2.5
  • Mead, Larkin G.--1.2
  • Mechlin, Leila, 1874-(American Federation of Arts)--15.4
  • Memphis Academy of Arts (Florence M. McIntyre)--16.4
  • Mercer, A. M.--15.4
  • Merchant, Walter--24.1
  • Messenger, E. W.--16.4
  • Metcalf, Jesse Houghton, 1860-1942--15.4
  • Metcalf, Louisa D. Sharpe--13.2, 15.4
  • Methodist Episcopal Church. Church School Publications (Anne M. Buntain)--16.4
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art (Henry F. Davidson; W. E. Howe; William M. Ivins, Jr.; H. W. Kent; B. M. Koudelka; Alice Newlin; Olivia Paine)--13.2, 14.1
  • Meyer, Herbert M.--15.4
  • Milesy, Carlo--4.3
  • Millard, J.--4.3
  • Millard, Walter J. N.--4.3
  • Miller, L. W.--4.3
  • Mills, W. F.--4.3
  • Mitchell, J. O.--4.3
  • Modern Library Inc. (Bennett A. Cerf, G. Cerf, Donald S. Klopfer, P. Kreiswirth)--14.5
  • Montelius, W. E.--4.3
  • Moore, Charles Herbert, 1840-1930--4.3
  • Moore, Norman, 1847-1922--4.3
  • Moran, John P.--4.3
  • Moran, Peter, 1842-1914--4.3
  • Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--1.4, 7.6, 13.3, 15.4, 16.1, 16.4
  • Moser, Albert C.--15.2
  • Mullin, Charles (William Sellers & Co.)--4.3
  • Munro, Cyril A.--16.4
  • Murphy, John H.--4.3
  • Museum Book Store (London, England) (L. Kashnor)--1.3
  • Myers, Albert Cook, 1874-1960 (Valley Forge Park Commission)--11.6
  • Nairn, C. W.--4.5
  • National Academy of Design (U.S.) (Charles C. Curran, George H. Galt)--4.5, 15.2
  • Neely, J., Jr. (Lippincott, Mitchell & Co., Lippincott, Oglevee & Co.)--4.5
  • New, E. H. (Edmund Hort), 1871-1931--2.5
  • New Jersey. Adjustant-General's Office (William S. Stryker)--4.5
  • New Jersey. State Museum (Kathryn B. Greywacz)--14.2
  • New York (State). State Tax Dept. (W. E. Stephens)--13.1
  • New York (State). Surrogate's Court (New York County)--19.3
  • New York Etching Club (J. C. Nicoll)--4.5
  • New York Public Library (Frank Weitenkampf)--16.5, see also Weitenkampf, Frank, 1866-1962
  • Newcomb College (Ellsworth Woodward)--14.2
  • Newell, Bertha Stafford--15.4
  • Newhoff, Morton--15.4
  • Nilsen, Aage B.--15.4
  • Niven, William--4.5
  • Noble, Eugene A. (Eugene Allen), 1865-(Julliard Musical Foundation)--15.4
  • Norcross, Grenville Howland--6.5
  • The North American Review--15.4
  • Northwestern Literary and Historical Society (Sioux City, Iowa) (Ben W. Austin)--4.5
  • Northwestern University. Library (Theodore W. Koch)--16.5
  • Oakley, Thornton, 1881-1953--16.5
  • Ohl, Annulet Andrews--16.5
  • Oliver, Leslie Allen, d. 1942--16.5
  • Oliver, Minna Galt Bisbee--16.5
  • Oppenheim, Amy Schwartz, 1878-1955--7.3, 16.5
  • Orteig, Raymond--16.5
  • Oujevolk, George B.--16.5
  • Our Continent (D. G. Brinton, H. L. Brown, H. W. B. Howard, Emily Sartain)--4.6
  • Outing (Charles R. Dodge, Charles E. Pratt)--4.6
  • Owen, Juliette--16.5
  • P. & D. Colnaghi & Co. (L. Bell, H. Wright)--12.1-2
  • P. & D. Colnaghi & Obach (Firm)--4.7
  • Paddington Depositories (Firm)--12.4
  • Page, Arthur Wilson, 1883- --7.3
  • Page, Walter Hines, 1855-1918--7.3
  • Palmer, Lillian MacNeill--16.5
  • Panama-Pacific International Exposition--12.6
  • Parmelee, Alice Maury, 1863-1940--16.5
  • Parrish, Stephen, 1846-1938--4.7
  • Parsons, Alfred, 1847-1920--2.6
  • Pattison, Robert Emory, 1850-1904--4.7
  • Pegram, Fred--2.6
  • Penn Club (Charles Chauncey)--4.7
  • Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936--2.2, 4.2, 4.7, 6.3, 10.1, 11.6, 12.1, 12.4, 13.1, 13.3-4, 14.1-2, 15.2, 16.2, 17.2, 17.4, 24.3-4
  • Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926--1.8, 4.3, 4.7, 5.5, 6.2-4, 6.7, 7.1, 7.3-6, 10.5, 12.1, 12.4-8
  • Pennell, Larkin--11.3-5
  • Pennsylvania. Orphans' Court (Philadelphia County)--24.3-4
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (J. Corliss, John Andrew Myers)-- 4.7, 16.5
  • Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art (Dolton Dorr)--4.7
  • Pepper, William Platte--4.7
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art (Henry P. McIlhenny, Carl Zigrosser)--24.4
  • Philadelphia Sketch Club (Edwin N. Fetterolf, Sidney C. Lomas, George D. McCreary, George Wright)--1.4, 4.7, 15.4, see also Lomas, Sidney C.
  • Philadelphia Society of Artists--4.7
  • Philadelphia Society of Etchers (W. Corcoran, S. J. Ferris, J. Neely, Jr., Stephen Parrish)--4.7
  • Pica, Vittorio, 1866-1930--4.7
  • Pike, Mary E.--7.3, 15.4, 16.5
  • Pim, Forwood & Co.--1.7
  • Plass, Margaret Caskie--16.5
  • Platt, John C.--4.7
  • Polytechnic Young Men's Christian Institute--2.6
  • Pond, James B. (James Burton), 1838-1903--4.7
  • Poore, Harry Rankin, 1859-1940--4.7
  • Porter & Coates--4.7
  • The Portfolio (R. Seeley)--3.5
  • Pratt, Charles Stuart, 1854- --see D. Lothrop and Company
  • Pratt, Ella Farman, 1837-1907--see D. Lothrop and Company
  • Preston, H. W. (Harriet Waters), 1836-1911--4.7
  • Prim, Mary Elizabeth (Boston Evening Transcript)--15.4
  • Prince of Wales's Theatre ([illegible] Suffolk)--4.7
  • Prothero, Mary Frances Butcher--12.1
  • Provident Trust Company of Philadelphia (Robert D. Geiger, S. Francis Nicholson, Thomas V. Zug)--24.3-4, see also Borton, C. Walter
  • Provisional Committee for Securing a Suffrage in the National Exhibition of the Arts (J. Havard Thomas)--4.7
  • Public Utilities Fortnightly (Lee Morrison)--16.5
  • Putnam, Carolyn R. R.--15.4
  • Pynson Printers (Elmer Adler)--14.5, 16.5
  • Questant (Organization)--4.8
  • Radford, Caroline--4.8
  • Radford, Ernest--4.8
  • Radford & Frankland (Firm) (James Frankland)--12.1, 12.4, 13.1
  • Railton, Herbert, 1857-1910--2.6
  • Raven-Hill, L. (Leonard), 1867-1942--2.6
  • Rea, Clara--15.4
  • Reed, Charles H.--4.8
  • Repplier, Agnes, 1855-1950--4.8, 15.4, 16.5
  • Rex, M. Raleigh (Convent of the Sacred Heart)--16.5
  • Rhode Island School of Design (L. Earle Rowe)--14.1
  • Rhys, Ernest, 1859-1946--15.4
  • Richards, William Trost, 1833-1905--4.8
  • Richardson, Bertram--4.8
  • Richmond, W. B. (William Blake), Sir, 1842-1921--2.6
  • Rimmer, Alfred, 1829-1893--4.8
  • Ritchie, G. W. H. (George W. H.)--4.8
  • Robb, Ellis D.--16.1, 16.5
  • Roberts, David E.--13.4-5, 14.2, 15.4, see also Library of Congress
  • Roberts Brothers (Boston, Mass.) (Thomas Niles)--4.8
  • Robertson, David Allan, 1880-(American Council on Education)--7.3
  • Robey, Andrew Alexander--15.4
  • Robins, Anne Bronson--6.5, 15.4
  • Robins, Blanche--16.5
  • Robins, Edward, 1862-1943--15.4
  • Robins, Emily Jewell--13.3, 15.4, 24.3-4
  • Robins, Helen Josephine, 1871- --13.3-5, 15.4, 16.5
  • Robinson, A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances), 1857-1944--4.8
  • Robinson, Joseph (Mercer University College of Arts and Science)--15.4
  • Rogers, H. D.--4.8
  • Romm, Charles (Romm's Book Service, Inc.)--15.4
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945--see United States. President (1933-1945: Roosevelt)
  • Roosevelt House Library and Museum (Robert W. G. Vail)--14.2
  • Ropes, Joseph, 1812-1885--4.8
  • Roppert, Felix--11.6
  • Roth, Ernest David, 1879-1964--16.5
  • Rowland, Henry J.--4.8
  • Royal Society of Arts (G. K. Menzies)--13.3
  • Royal Society of Painter-Etchers (W. R. Drake, Edward Hamilton, [illegible] McNair)--4.8
  • Russell, Henry Harrison--20.1
  • Russell, Walter Westley, 1867-1949--2.6
  • Sabin, Joseph F., 1846-1926 (J. Sabin's Son)--5.1
  • St. Nicholas (W. F. Clarke)--1.8, 2.1-2
  • St. Paul's Cathedral (London, England)--5.1
  • Salmon, S. H. R.--5.1
  • Sambourne, Linley--2.6
  • Samuels, Bernard, 1879- --17.1
  • Sartain, Emily, 1841-1927--5.1, see also Our Continent
  • Sauer, A. J. (St. Johns Rectory, Carrollton, Ill.)--5.1
  • Saunders, Henry Scholey, 1864-1951--9.1
  • Sauter, Georg, 1866- --9.1, 15.5, 17.1
  • Sauter, Rudolf (Bury House, Bury, Sussex)--15.5
  • Sauter, Viola--17.1
  • Schell, Francis H., 1834-1909--5.1
  • Schneider, Theophile (Belch, Price & Co.)--14.1
  • Schoettle, Edwin J.--9.1
  • Scott, Martha L.--11.1
  • Scribner & Co. (A. W. Drake, W. Lewis Fraser)--1.7
  • Scull, Edward Lawrence, 1846-1884--1.7
  • Seeley and Co. (M. G. Seeley, R. Seeley, Walter S. Seeley)--3.5, 5.2-3
  • Selden, Elizabeth P.--1.7
  • Sesqui-centennial International Exposition. Dept. of Fine Arts (Alexander Bower, John E. D. Trask)--9.1
  • Sessler, Charles--9.1, see also Charles Sessler (Firm)
  • Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist (New York, N.Y.) (Lora A. Bond)--15.5
  • Severn, Walter, 1830-1904--5.2
  • Sharp, Elizabeth A. (Elizabeth Amelia), 1856-1932--5.1
  • Sharp, H. Pruett--5.1
  • Sharp, Leedom--5.1
  • Sharp, William, 1855-1905--5.1
  • Shaw, C. A.--5.1
  • Sheldon, Charles Monroe, 1857-1946--2.6
  • Shenandoah Valley Railroad (William G. MacDowell)--5.1
  • Shepherd, James Affleck--2.6
  • Sherman, Philip D. (Philip Darrell), 1881-1957 (Oberlin College)--15.5
  • Shields, James (District Attorney's Office, Philadelphia)--11.6, 15.5, 17.1
  • Shingle, William H.--9.1
  • Shinn, Earl, 1838-1886--5.1
  • Shipley, Walter Penn, 1860- --5.1, 15.2
  • Shoemaker, S. B.--5.1
  • Sickert, Walter, 1860-1942--2.6
  • Singer, Hans Wolfgang, 1867- --9.2, 15.5, 17.1
  • Sizer, Theodore, 1892-1967--14.2
  • Smillie, James David, 1833-1909--5.1
  • Smith, Albert N.--5.1
  • Snow, Emma G.--5.1
  • Snowdon, Joseph D.--5.1
  • Social Art Club (Philadelphia, Pa.)--5.1
  • Southern Art Union (W. S. Mitchell)--5.1
  • Spiers, Harry--13.3
  • Sprague, Harriet Chapman Jones--17.1
  • Stephens, Frank, 1859-1935 (Ardencraft)--1.4, 5.1
  • Stephenson, Elizabeth--17.1
  • Stern, Juliet L.--17.1
  • Stillman, William James, 1828-1901--5.1
  • Stojowska, Luisa--17.1
  • Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912--5.1
  • Stone, Harlan Fiske, 1872-1946--15.5
  • Storm van 's-Gravesande, Carel Nicolaas, 1841-1924--5.1
  • Strandenes, Bryn--17.1
  • Strange, Edward Fairbrother, 1862-1929--13.2
  • Strange, Margaret--17.1
  • Strange, Myers, Hinds & Wight (Firm) (Roger Hinds, Robert Strange)--24.3-4
  • Stratton, Howard Fremont--5.1, 15.5, 17.1
  • Street, W. W.--5.1
  • Sullivan, Edmund J. (Edmund Joseph), 1869-1933--2.6
  • Sullivan, F. W.--9.1
  • Sullivan, Francis L.--17.1
  • Suydam, E. H. (Edward Howard), 1885-1940--15.5, 17.1
  • Symons, A. J. A. (Alphonse James Albert), 1900-1941--17.1
  • Tatum, H. W.--5.4
  • Taylor, Anne Lingelbach--15.5
  • Taylor, Charles Maus, 1849- --5.4
  • Taylor, Tom--15.5
  • Teubner, H.--5.4
  • Thomas, Harriet--5.4
  • Thomas, Helen--17.2
  • Thomson, David Croal, 1855-1930--9.3, 15.5, see also Wallis & Son
  • Thomson, Lockett--15.5
  • Thornycroft, William Hamo, Sir, 1850-1925--5.4
  • Times (London, England)--5.4, 17.2
  • Tinker, Edward Laroque, 1881-1968--13.2, 15.2, 24.3-4
  • Tinker Realty Corporation--24.3
  • Tolerton, H. H.--12.6
  • Tompkins, Daniel F.--5.4
  • Town Hall, Inc. (Henry W. Taft)--17.2
  • Townsend, Elinor Sylvia--17.2
  • Townsend, F. H. (Frederick Henry), 1868-1920--2.6
  • Townsend, Horace, 1855-1925--2.6
  • Trumble, Alfred--5.4
  • Tyson, James, 1841-1919--5.4
  • Ukers, William H. (William Harrison), 1873-1945--17.2
  • United States. Postmaster General (James A. Farley)--17.2
  • United States. President (1933-1945: Roosevelt)--17.2
  • University College, London (W. J. Pearce)--5.4
  • University of Pennsylvania. Library--15.5
  • Unwin, Jane Cobden--15.5, 17.2
  • Unwin, Thomas Fisher, 1848-1935--5.4, 10.1, 10.3, 15.5
  • Van Brunt, Catherine S.--9.1
  • Van Dyke, John Charles, 1856-1932 (Gardner A. Sage Library)--10.4, 15.5
  • Van Rensselaer, Schuyler, Mrs., 1851-1934--5.5
  • Villard, Leonie--13.5, 17.2
  • Villars, Victoria--17.2
  • Villiers-Stuart, Maud--17.2
  • Vogel, Jetty--5.4
  • Voorhees, Charles H. (Cammann & Voorhees)--15.2
  • Voorhees, Jennie D.--5.4
  • W. S. Budworth & Son (Firm)--14.1-2
  • Walker, Emery, Sir, 1851-1933--5.6, see also A. & W. Dawson; Dunthorne, Robert; Walker & Boutall (Firm)
  • Walker, Mary Grace--5.6
  • Walker & Boutall (Firm)--5.6, see also Walker, Emery, Sir, 1851-1933
  • Waller, Frank, 1842- --5.6
  • Wallis & Son (D. Croal Thomson)--12.6, see also Thomson, David Croal, 1855-1930
  • Walton, George--5.6
  • Walthen, A. W.--5.6
  • Walthen, G. H., Mrs.--5.6
  • Watts, Diana (AWA Clubhouse)--17.2
  • Watts, Harvey Maitland, 1864-1939 (University Club, Philadelphia)--15.5, 17.2
  • Way, James R.--5.6
  • Way, W. Irving (Washington Irving), 1853-1931 (Railway-Time Publishing Co.)--5.6
  • Webb, Sidney, 1859-1947 (London County Council)--2.6
  • Weitenkampf, Frank, 1866-1962 (New York Public Library)--15.5, 17.2, see also New York Public Library
  • Welsh, Herbert, 1851-1941--5.6
  • Welsh, Horace Devitt, 1888-1942--15.5, 17.2
  • Welsh, William Lowber--5.6
  • Wheatley, Richard, 1838-1917--5.6
  • Whipple, H. C.--1.2
  • White, Stokes, & Allen (Firm)--5.6
  • Whiting, William L.--5.6
  • Whitney, John H.--5.6
  • William Edwin Rudge (Firm) (Marcelle D. Hull, Adele Jenny, M. Loos, Walter M. Patterson, Bruce Rogers, William E. Rudge, Caroline Schaefer, Douglas H. Smith)--14.6
  • William Whiteley Ltd.--12.1, 12.4
  • Williams, Francis Howard, 1844-1922--5.6
  • Williams, George P.--5.6
  • Williams, J. Francis--5.6
  • Williams, Jesse--5.6
  • Williams & Guion (Firm)--1.7
  • Willing, Sims and Talbutt--17.2
  • Wilson, Emilie R. "Pete"--17.2
  • Winckley, Alfred Reginald Thorold, 1866- --5.6
  • Wirgman, Minna--2.6
  • Wirgman, Theodore Blake, 1848-1925--2.6, 5.6
  • Wister, Charles Jones, 1822-1910--5.6
  • Withers, Alfred, 1856-1932--9.1, 13.3, 15.5
  • Withers, Isabelle--17.2
  • Wollen, William Barnes--2.6
  • Wood, Butler, 1854- --15.5
  • Wood, May M.--5.6
  • Wood, Walter--5.6
  • Wood, William E.--11.2
  • Woodhouse, F. W.--5.6
  • Woods, G. B.--5.6
  • Woodward, Alice B.--2.6
  • Worsnoss, C. Arthur--5.6
  • Wright, Catherine Morris, 1899- --9.1, 17.2
  • Wright, Charles Gould (T. B. Wright)--5.6
  • Wright, Harold J. L. (P. & D. Colnaghi & Co.)--15.2
  • Wright, Helen--9.1, 15.5, 16.1, 17.2, see also Library of Congress
  • Wright, Richardson Little, 1887-1961 (House & Garden)--17.2
  • Wuerth, Louis A. (Louis August), 1891- (Frederick Keppel & Co.)--6.5, 15.1, 17.2, 24.3
  • Wyllie, W. L. (William Lionel), 1851-1931--2.6
  • Yale University Press--15.2
  • Young, Mahonri Mackintosh, 1877-1957--17.2
  • Ziegler, Henry--17.2
  • Zimmerman, Mason W.--15.5, 17.2
  • Zimmern, Helen, 1846-1934--5.6
  • Unidentified correspondents:
  • Abby (cousin [of Rebecca Barton Pennell?])--11.1
  • Adrienne (of London, 1934)--17.3
  • Amy (aunt of Rebecca Barton Pennell)--11.2
  • Gertrude (1879)--3.1
  • Harriet (of London, 1935)--17.3
  • May (1884)--4.3
  • W., E. P. (a Friend, 1885)--11.1
  • W., M. A. (of Philadelphia, 1881)--11.1

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