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Florine Stettheimer papers, 1920-1940

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Series VII: Printed Material

Some notices, catalogues and articles have multiple copies and might be found in more than one location


Subseries VII.1: Exhibition/performance notices and invitations



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Exhibition of Paintings by Miss Florine Stettheimer", Mssrs. M. Knoedler & Co., October 16-28, 1916



Box 3 Folder 4 "Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings Showing the Later Tendencies in Art", Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, April 16-May 15, 1921



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Retrospective Exhibition of American Art", Junior Art Patrons of America, May 6-21, 1921



Box 3 Folder 5 "Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, Modern Artists of America, Inc.", Galleries of Joseph Brummer, April 1-30, 1922



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, Modern Artists of America, Inc.", Galleries of Joseph Brummer, April 1-30, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Annual American Exhibition at the Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Arts", Wanamaker Gallery, Belmaison, January 22-February 17, 1923



Box 3 Folder 6 Sarah Newmeyer "Museum of Modern Art Opens Large Exhibition of Paintings by Florine Stettheimer" (MOMA press release), Museum of Modern Art, [c.1946]


Box 3 Folder 7 "Invitation from the Arts Club of Chicago for two exhibitions: Andre Derain and Florine Stettheimer", Arts Club, Chicago, January 3, 1947


Box 3 Folder 8 "Invitation for opening of the Alfred Stieglitz Collection of Modern Art for Fisk University and the Florine Stettheimer Memorial Collection of Books about the Fine Arts", Fisk University, November 4, 1949


Box 3 Folder 9 Playbill for Four Saints in Three Acts, The Broadway Theatre, 1952


Box 3 Folder 10 "Circulating Exhibitions at the MOMA, 1953-4", [New York], 1953


Box 3 Folder 11 "Exhibition at Mrs. Brumback's 12th Street Gallery", Mrs. Brumback's 12th Street Gallery, February 18-March 5,[n.d.]


Box 3 Folder 12 "Second Annual Decorative Exhibition in Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Art", Wanamaker Gallery, Belmaison, March 1-21,[n.d.]



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Second Annual Decorative Exhibition in Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Art", Wanamaker Gallery, Belmaison, March 1-21,[n.d.]


Subseries VII.2: Catalogues


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 First Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, April 10-May 6, 1917, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Second Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, April 20-May 12, 1918, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Third Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, March 28-April 14, 1919, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, March 11-April 1, 1920, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Exhibition of Modern Art by Contemporary Artists", Worcester Art Museum, April 25-May 16, 1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Suggestions for the Decoration of the Fireplace", The Arts Guild Galleries, April 11-23, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, February 26-March 24, 1921, Imcomplete


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 The First Retrospective Exhibition of American Art, Junior Art Patron's of America, May 6-21, 1921, Incomplete


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Paintings and Drawings by American Artists showing the Later Tendencies in Art", Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1921?


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Decorative Paintings at the Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Arts, Wanamaker Gallery, Belmaison, February 4-28, 1922, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, March 11-April 2, 1922, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Modern Sculpture, Water Colors and Drawings at the Colony Club, New York, April 2-13, 1922, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Salon D'Automne, 15eme Exposition, November 1-December 20, 1922, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Annual American Exhibition at the Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Art, Wanamaker Gallery, Belmaison, January 22-February 17, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, February 24-March 18, 1923, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Eighth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, March 7-30, 1924, partial


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Twenty-Third International Exhibition of Paintings at the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, April 24-June 15, 1924, partial



Box 3 Folder 13 Twenty-Third Annual Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at the Art Institute of Chicago, Art Institute, Chicago, December 23, 1924-January 25, 1925



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Society of Independent Artists, 1925, partial



Box 3 Folder 14 "One Hundred Important Paintings by Living American Artists", organized by the Arts Council of the City of New York, Architectural and Allied Arts Exposition, April 15-27, 1929


Box 3 Folder 15 Exhibition of The American Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers, Whitney Museum of American Art, February 6-28, 1932


Box 3 Folder 16 First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art, November 22, 1932-January 5, 1933


Box 3 Folder 22 Henry McBride "Florine Stettheimer", Museum of Modern Art, 1946, 3

[two hardcover; one paperback]


Box 3 Folder 17 "Exhibition of Paintings by Florine Stettheimer", The Arts Club of Chicago, January 3-25, 1947


Box 3 Folder 18 Auction Catalogue, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., March 22, 1947


Box 3 Folder 19 "The Flowers of Florine Stettheimer", Durlacher Bros., New York, February 2-28, 1948


Box 3 Folder 20 The Alfred Stieglitz Collection for Fisk University, The Carl Van Vechten Gallery of Fine Arts, Fisk University, 1949


Box 3 Folder 21 "Fruits and Flowers in Painting: an exhibition spanning five centuries of art in the Western World", The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, August 12-September 14, 1958


Box 3 Folder 23 "Florine Stettheimer: an Exhibition of Paintings, Watercolors, Drawings", Columbia University, February 8-March 8, 1973


Box 3 Folder 23 Elizabeth Sussman and Barbara Bloemink "Florine Stettheimer, Manhattan Fantastica", The Whitney Museum of Art, 1995



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "American Paintings and Sculpture Pertaining to the War", M. Knoedler & Co., April 29-May 15 [n.d.]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Second Annual Decorative Exhibition in the Wanamaker Gallery of Modern Decorative Art, Belmaison, March 1-21


Subseries VII.3: Magazines and books



Box 4 Folder 1 Marsden Hartley "The Paintings of Florine Stettheimer", Creative Art: a magazine of fine and applied art, 1931, pp.19-23


Box 4 Folder 2 Stettheimer's "West Point", Town & Country, May 1945, 1 cover


Box 4 Folder 4 Parker Tyler "Stettheimer, Frances, Leonid, Tanguy", View: surrealism in Belgium, December 1946, pp. 36-40


Box 4 Folder 5 Henry McBride "Artists in the Drawing-Room" on the Stettheimer sisters, Town & Country, December 1946, pp. 74-77


Box 4 Folder 6 The Stettheimer Doll's House presented to the Museum of the City of New York, Museum of the City of New York, June 12, 1947

[included with "The Laying of the Corner Stone of the Museum of the City of New York and the Building Fund list", April 30, 1929]


Box 4 Folder 7 Carl Van Vechten "How I Remember Joseph Hergesheimer", Yale University Library Gazette, vol. 22, no. 3, January 1948, pp. 87-93


Box 4 Folder 8 Gifts to the University, University of California, January 1-December 31, 1951

[gift from Ettie Stettheimer]


Box 4 Folder 9 The Avery Hopwood and Jule Hopwood Awards in Creative Writing, University of Michigan, August 29, 1958

[Including reproduction of Stettheimer portrait of Avery Hopwood]


Box 4 Folder 10 A. Everett Austin Issue dedicated to A. Everett Austin, Jr., John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Wadsworth Atheneum, 1958

[Produced 4 Saints in 3 Acts in 1934]


Box 4 Folder 11 The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, June 1960, Calendar

[Including mention of acquisition of Stettheimer's "Portrait of our Nurse, Mary Burgess"]


Box 4 Folder 12 Clifford Wright Helten I den nye verden: 12 kapitler om amerikansk kunst-fra en kunsters synspunkt, 1963, book


Subseries VII.4: Clippings and articles



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Miss Stettheimer's Oils", American Art News, October 21, 1916


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 W.G. Bowdoin "Miss Florine Stettheimer at Knoedler's", the Brooklyn Evening World, October 21, 1916


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, New York Evening Mail, October 21, 1916



Box 4 Folder 13 Article, New York Evening Post, October 21, 1916



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, New York Evening Post, October 21, 1916


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, Brooklyn Eagle, October 22, 1916


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Frederick W. Eddy "Panel Painting, Suggestive of a Fresco of Period of Louis XVI", The World, Sunday, October 22, 1916



Box 4 Folder 13 "Paintings and Prints Open", New York Times Magazine, October 22, 1916



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, New York Tribune, October 24, 1916


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Henry McBride Article, New York Sun, April 28, 1918


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, New York Herald Tribune, May 5, 1918



Box 4 Folder 13 "Paintings and Sculptures of War one of Several Interesting Arts Shows" , New York Herald, May 5, 1918



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Portraits of Men in Service", the Brooklyn Eagle, May 5, 1918


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Notes on Current Art", New York Times, 1919


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Hamilton Easter Field "Society of Independent Artists at the Waldorf" , The Brooklyn Daily Eagle?, 1919


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Mrs. Whitney's Art Gift" , New York Herald Sun, March 30, 1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, Brooklyn Eagle, March 28, 1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 James Gibbons Huneker "Too Proud to Paint, Independent Idea" , New York World, March 20, 1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Article, New York American, March 14, 1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 S. Jay Kaufman "Round the Town", The Globe, March 20,1920


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Hamilton Easter Field "The Arts", April, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Henry McBride "Independent Art Show Teaches a Moral Lesson", New York Sun's Herald, [n.d.]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Independents' Art Show Voluminous" , New York Evening Post, February ?, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Art Independents Hang Cubists High", New York[?], [n.d.]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Henry McBride "Bronze Shows How Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney Had Cubism Thrust Upon Her" , New York Herald, March 6, 1921



Box 4 Folder 14 Matthew Lorden "Why One Artist Became a Modernist", New York Evening World, March 20, 1921



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 David Lloyd "Radical Artists Show Their Work" , New York Evening Post, April 16, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Bushnell Dimond "Boredom Banished by the Modernists" , The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 17, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Henry McBride "Old Academy Housing Exhibition of Many Phases of Modern Art" , The New York Herald, April 17, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "Mantels and Over Mantels on View", New York Herald, April 17, 1921


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 H. Field? "At the Pennsylvania Academy", Brooklyn Eagle, 1921

[partial]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "World of Art":Later Tendencies at the Philadelphia Exhibition" , New York Times Book Review and Magazine, April 24, 1921



Box 4 Folder 14 Article, New York Evening Post, April 30, 1921


Box 4 Folder 14 Paul Rosenfeld "The Academy Opens Its Doors", New Republic, May 4, 1921


Box 4 Folder 14 "American Society Opens Art Display at Whitney Gallery" , New York Herald, October 23, 1921


Box 4 Folder 14 "Arts Building Stops Dance, So 500 Go to Lewisohn's" , New York Herald, May 7, 1921


Box 4 Folder 14 Stanley Olmstead "'Junior Patrons' to Develop New Army of Art Buyers", New York Evening Mail, May 14, 1921



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Decorators at Wanamaker's", American Art News, February 18, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Illustration of decorative panel by Florine Stettheimer, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, February 19, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Hamilton Easter Field "At Wanamaker's", [n.p.], [n.d.]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 David Lloyd "Wanamaker's", New York Evening Post, February 25, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "'Scrambled Art' Exhibited in Tempermental Riot", Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, March 11, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Independent Show Has Grown Serious", American Art News, March 11, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Art Review", [n.p.], [n.d.]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 David Lloyd "Independents Like Public's Ridicule", New York Evening Post, March 13, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Studio and Gallery", New York Sun, March 18, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Public Finds Some Art of Independents Quite Worth While", [n.p.], [n.d.]



Box 4 Folder 14 "Independent Artists as Amusing as Ever" , New York Herald, March 19, 1922

[complete in Journal no. 6]



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Independent Artists as Amusing as Ever" , New York Herald, March 19, 1922

[complete in Journal no. 6]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Modernists Form New Artist Society", American Art News, March 25, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 Penelope Redd "Daily Life Incidents are Taken for Stettheimer Decorations; Skill, Pity, Mockery Combined", Pittsburgh Post, April 2, 1922

[See also: Journal. No. 6. Partial in scrapbook no. 1 and complete in Journal no. 6]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Review", New York Times, April 9, 1922



Box 4 Folder 14 Henry Tyrrell "Significant Form, Line, Color in Recent Shows of Modern Art", April 16,1922



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry Tyrrell "Significant Form, Line, Color in Recent Shows of Modern Art", April 16,1922



Box 4 Folder 14 Henry McBride "Notable Display of Contemporary French works in the Sculptors' Gallery and the Colony Club Houses Pictures by Some of the Liveliest Americans", April 22, 1922



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Notable Display of Contemporary French works in the Sculptors' Gallery and the Colony Club Houses Pictures by Some of the Liveliest Americans", April 22, 1922


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 1 "The Fine Arts: Modern Arts in Worcester", The Boston Evening Transcript, April 30, 1922



Box 4 Folder 14 Baron de Meyer Silhouettes and coiffure notes, Harper's Bazaar, August, 1922



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Art News and Reviews", New York Herald, February 25, 1923

[missing article]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Studio and Gallery" , New York Sun, March 3, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Striking Exhibition of the Independents: Usual Giddy Throng Attends Annual Show at Waldorf", New York Herald, March 4, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Where Two Thousand Artists Strive for Recognition", Arts & Decoration, March 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Alexander Brook Blurb, 1923?


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Margaret Breuning "Pleasing Exhibit by Independent Artists", 1923?


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Independents Artists' Exhibition", Christian Science Monitor, March 7, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Fanny Butcher Blurb, Chicago Daily Tribune, March 10, 1923?


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Decorative Art", New York Evening Post, March 10, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Article, New York Sun, March 10, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 "Decorative Art Exhibit at Wanamaker Galleries", New York Herald, March 11, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Burton Rascoe "Book News and Reviews" , New York Tribune, March 11, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 R.F. "Decorative Art in New York", Christian Science Monitor, March 12, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "City of New York As Seen by the Artists" , New York Herald, May 27, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "The New Gallery on Madison Avenue arranges an exhibition" , New York Herald, May 13, 1923


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Steichen, photographer "Callot and Paquin Creations for the Evening Mode", Vogue, September 1923

[Screen behind model by Florine Stettheimer]


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Barrau's Spanish Sunlight Pictures Attract Attention" , New York Herald, November 18, 1923



Box 4 Folder 14 Burton Rascoe "A Bookman's Day Book" , New York Tribune, November 25, 1923



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Independent Art Has Vivid Opening: Nudes Seem in Style Again, Says Visitor at Exhibition", New York Herald, Sunday, Nov ?, 1923?



Box 4 Folder 14 "Mr. and Mrs. Rodolph Valentino"(draped over Stettheimer painting), Vanity Fair, November 1923

[Reverse of Callot and Paquin photo]


Box 4 Folder 14 Steichen, photographer Models posed in front of Stettheimer works, [n.p.], [1923?], 3



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Guy Pene Du Bois "A Notable Exhibition by Modern Decorative Artists", Vogue, 1923?



Box 4 Folder 14 "Independent Show Taking Shape", The Sun, [n.d.] (1924?)



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Peyton Boswell "Independent Art Exhibit Opens to Throngs" , New York American, March 8, 1924


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Forbes Watson "Art News of the Week: the Pittsburgh International", The World, April 27, 1924


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Kenelm Digby (Rose Benet?) "The Literary Lobby" , The Literary Review, May 3, 1924


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Nina Carey? "The World of Art: the Pittsburgh International Exhibition", New York Times Magazine, May 4, 1924


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Penelope Redd "Paintings from International Selected for Tour", Pittsburgh Sunday Post, May 11, 1924


Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "American Artists Make Poor Showing in Pittsburgh Exhibit", New York Sun?, 1924?



Box 4 Folder 14 "Old and New Pictures of Flowers Make Fine Effect at Belmaison" , New York World, January, 1925

[partial]


Box 4 Folder 14 Henry McBride "Art Show Hope of 'Unknowns'", New York Sun, March 21, 1925



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Henry McBride "Art Show Hope of 'Unknowns'", New York Sun, March 21, 1925



Box 4 Folder 14 Elinor Wylie "Profiles in Black Paint, With a Very Sparing Use of Whitewash" , New Yorker, March 19, 1927

[Illustration by Peter Arno]


Box 4 Folder 14 Henry McBride? "Independents Take on Years: tenth annual display finds them still rescuing unknowns from oblivion" , New York Sun, March 13, 1926



Flat Box 212 Folder No. 6 Illustration of 'Heat' by Florine Stettheimer (Allied Arts Exposition) , New York Evening Post, March 30, 1929



Box 4 Folder 14 "Women Artists Occupy Important Place in Exposition of Architectural League" , NY Telegram, April 15, 1929


Box 4 Folder 14 "Announce '100 Significant Paintings' for New York Show", Chicago Post, April 16, 1929


Box 4 Folder 14 Henry McBride "All Arts of Present Day Are Represented in Vast Display", New York Sun, April 20(?)1929


Box 4 Folder 14 "Two Large Exhibitions" , New York Times, April 21, 1929


Box 4 Folder 14 "100 Important Paintings at Grand Central Palace; Shown by Arts Council", Brooklyn Eagle, April 21, 1929


Box 4 Folder 14 "Art in Des Moines", Des Moines, Iowa Register, May 19, 1929


Box 4 Folder 14 Henry McBride "Modern Art"(concerning 100 Important Paintings), [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 15 Ralph Flint "Whitney Museum Host to Lively Group Exhibition", The Art News, February 13, 1932


Box 4 Folder 15 Edward Alden Jewell "In the Realm of Art: Important Current Shows" , New York Times, Sunday, February 14, 1932


Box 4 Folder 15 "In Lighter Vein" , The Art News, February 27, 1932


Box 4 Folder 15 Paul Rosenfeld "The World of Florine Stettheimer" , The Nation, May 4, 1932


Box 4 Folder 15 Henry McBride "$20,000 Purchase Fun Leads to Gay and Vivacious Display" , New York Sun, Saturday, November 26, 1932

[partial]


Box 4 Folder 15 "Attractions in Other Galleries"(Whitney Show), 1932?


Box 4 Folder 15 Henry McBride "Chicago's Art Emphasizes Good Taste rather than any Special Virility", New York Sun, Saturday, March 4, 1933


Box 4 Folder 15 Article, Herald (Whitestone, NY), January 10, 1935


Box 4 Folder 15 "Avery Exhibition of American Art Opens January 29" , Hartford (CT) Courant, January 22, 1935


Box 4 Folder 15 "American Art Showing Will Feature at Avery" , Hartford (CT) Times, January 25, 1935


Box 4 Folder 16 Henry McBride "The Museums Reopen", May 27, 1944


Box 4 Folder 16 Carlyle Burrows "The Week in Art" , New York Tribune, November 11, 1945


Box 4 Folder 16 Paul Rosenfeld "Florine Stettheimer", Accent, Winter, 1945


Box 4 Folder 16 "Vogue Spotlight", Vogue, September 15, 1946


Box 4 Folder 16 Carl Van Vechten "The World of Florine Stettheimer" , Harper's Bazaar, October, 1946


Box 4 Folder 16 "Florine" , New Yorker, October 1, 1946

[partial]


Box 4 Folder 16 "A Stranger Here Herself", Newsweek, October 14, 1946


Box 4 Folder 16 "Something to Talk About", Newsweek, October 1946


Box 4 Folder 16 MOMA Exhibition, New York, 1946, Fragment


Box 4 Folder 16 Henry McBride "Artists in the Drawing Room" , Town & Country, December, 1946


Box 4 Folder 16 Thalia "Chicagoans Enjoy Exhibit at Arts Club" , Chicago Sunday Tribune, January 12, 1947


Box 4 Folder 16 Eleanor Jewett "Art Exhibits for January Entertaining" , Chicago Sunday Tribune, January 12, 1947


Box 4 Folder 16 Emily Genauer, editor "Flower Paintings Gay" , NY World- Telegram, February 10, 1948


Box 4 Folder 16 Henry McBride "Water Colors Preferred, etc. Attractions in the Galleries" , New York Sun, February 6, 1948


Box 4 Folder 16 Carlyle Burrows "Art Exhibition Opens as Tribute to Henry McBride", 1949


Box 4 Folder 17 Monroe Wheeler "Soutine" , Harper's Bazaar, November 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 Cholly Knickerbocker "Wanger's Pot-Shots Queered His Chances of Inheriting Millions as His Aunt Already Had Frowned on His Marriage to Joan Bennett" , New York Journal-American, December 20, 1951


Box 4 Folder 17 Four Saints in Three Acts at the Broadway Theatre, [New York], 1952, Newspaper advertisement


Box 4 Folder 17 Sam Zolotow "'Four Saints in Three Acts' will open tonight", April 16, 1952?


Box 4 Folder 17 Brooks Atkinson "'Four Saints in Three Acts" restaged by ANTA at the Broadway Theatre" , New York Times, April 17, 1952


Box 4 Folder 17 Robert Sylvester "'Four Saints in Three Acts' Again: musical, mystical and very funny", 1952?


Box 4 Folder 17 William Hawkins "'Four Saints in Three Acts' Takes Curtain Call", 1952?


Box 4 Folder 17 "Doll Houses" , Newsweek, March 16, 1953


Box 4 Folder 17 Edouard Roditi "The Fate of Otto Freundlich, painter 'maudit'" , Commentary, September 1955


Box 4 Folder 17 Art Students League News, vol. 10, no. 4, April 1957


Box 4 Folder 18 Notice of acquisition of Stettheimer's "Portrait of our Nurse, Mary Burgess" , Minneapolis Institute of Arts, June 1960


Box 4 Folder 18 Edward M. Potoker "Eccentrics in a Mirage" , New York Times Book Review, June 2, 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 "People are Talking About" , Vogue, November 1, 1963?


Box 4 Folder 18 "The Galleries-a Critical Guide" , New York Herald Tribune, November 2, 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 Stuart Preston "Major Art Events by Renaissance Masters: Some Contemporaries" , New York Times, November 3, 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 "Florine Stettheimer" , Arts Magazine, December 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 "Florine Stettheimer" , Art News, December 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 John Gruen "Golden Stage, Silver Screen", November 10, 1963


Box 4 Folder 18 Paul Picknel "Harper's New Books", January 1964


Box 4 Folder 18 St.-Clair McKelway "Up on the Flying Trapeze; Snow and Slush; Is Hopkins Outmoded? $215, 600 for a Monet" , New Yorker, April 4, 1964


Box 4 Folder 18 Allen Hughes "In Virgil Thomson's Rooms, Style Reigns" , New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972


Box 4 Folder 19 Frank Merkling "Witty '20s, '30s portraits in Katonah", News-Times (Danbury, CT), September 12, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 Two New Shows at the Katonah (NY) Museum, "Friends and Family: Portraiture in the World of Florine Stettheimer" , Weekend Magazine, September 15-16, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 "Katonah, Neuberger museums to mount major exhibitions" , The Scarsdale Inquirer, Friday August 20, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 "KMA Exhibit Examines the Portrait", Trader Weekend, September 16, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 Jeannette Ross "Faces Take Their Places at Museum" , The Lewisboro Ledger, Thursday, September 23, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 "Florine Stettheimer has her day" , Hudson Valley, September, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 "Stettheimer Exhibition" , New York Times, Sunday, September 19, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 Stettheimer exhibition at Katonah , NewYork Magazine, September 13, 1993, Notice


Box 4 Folder 19 Roberta Smith "The Very Rich Hours of Florine Stettheimer", New York Times, Sunday, October 10, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 Vivien Raynor "A Rogues' Gallery of Artists and Esthetes" , New York Times, Sunday, October 24, 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 Ingrid Schaffner "The World of Florine Stettheimer", Art & Antiques, December 1993


Box 4 Folder 19 "Salute to Katonah Museum of Art", 1994?


Box 4 Folder 20 Stettheimer painting (the Picnic?) from a magazine, [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 "Mrs. John Lavern als Bild von Botticelli", [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 "Two Gifts to Museum Attract Attention" (Portland Art Museum), [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 Howard Devree "Modern Masters" , New York Times, Sunday, [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 Palle Klaer Stephensen "Kunstpause hos Elsa Gress", [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 "The Grand Old Man Creates a Stir" (Elsa Gress and Clifford Wright), [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 James Thrall Soby "The Fine Arts: the Karolik Collection at Boston", [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 "Wadsworth Atheneum Given Florine Stettheimer Painting, [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 4 Folder 20 14 article fragments, 1920s?


Subseries VII.5: Printed Score


Box 4 Folder 21 Virgil Thomson "Portrait of Florine Stettheimer", 1943