Sachs, Paul J. (Paul Joseph), 1878-1965

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Harvard Professor of Museology.

From the description of Lecture notes and related manuscripts, 1926-1955. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80369439

Professor of fine arts.

From the description of Reminiscences of Paul Joseph Sachs : oral history, 1958. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309726511

Paul Joseph Sachs, the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University and a Harvard professor, was born in New York City on November 24, 1878. Sachs graduated from Harvard University in 1900 and entered the family firm Goldman,Sachs & Co., becoming a partner in 1904. In 1915, Sachs became the assistant director of the Fogg Art Museum. In 1923, Sachs became associate director, and he remained in this position until his retirement in 1948. Sachs was an avid collector of art and assembled a tremendous personal collection. He donated many objects to the Fogg Museum during his lifetime, as well as upon his death. Sachs' career also included teaching; he first lectured at Wellesley College in 1916 and then became an assistant professor of fine arts at Harvard in 1917. Ten years later he became an associate professor, and in 1933 he became chairman of the Harvard department of fine arts. Sachs was involved in a wide range of philanthropic endeavors throughout his life. He was actively involved in the American Red Cross during World War I and in aid to refugee scholars displaced by World War II. His philanthropy continued into the last years of his life. Paul J. Sachs died on February 18, 1965 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

From the description of Papers, 1900-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 234361564

Paul Joseph Sachs (1878-1965) was the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University and a Harvard professor. Bruce Rogers (1870-1957) was an American typographer.

From the description of Paul J. Sachs corresepondence with Bruce Rogers, 1916-1943. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612815440

Paul J. Sachs was a curator at the Fogg Art Museum.

From the description of Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1916-1952. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155899086

Harvard University professor of museology.

From the description of [Course notes] for Fine Arts 15a Museum work and museum problems / Paul J.Sachs. [1931-1939] (National Gallery of Art Library). WorldCat record id: 170972049

Sachs graduated from Harvard in 1900 and taught fine arts at Harvard.

From the description of Papers of Paul J. Sachs, 1922-1943 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973169

Professor of Museology.

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MoMA trustee (1929-1838).

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Sachs: professor of fine arts at Harvard University. Wick: curator; Boston, Mass; full name Peter Arms Wick.

From the description of Paul J. Sachs letter to Peter A. Wick, 1954 Nov. 11. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122552540

Paul Joseph Sachs, the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum, was born in New York City on November 24, 1878. Sachs graduated from Harvard University in 1900 and entered the family firm, Goldman, Sachs, & Co.; he became a partner in 1904. In 1915, Sachs left his career in finance to become assistant director of the Fogg Museum. In 1923, he became associate director, and he remained in this position until his retirement in 1944. Sachs married Meta Pollack in 1904, and they had three daughters. Paul and Meta Sachs were married until her death in 1960.

Sachs' career also included teaching. He first lectured at Wellesley College in 1916-1917 and was appointed assistant professor of Fine Arts at Harvard the following year. In 1922 Harvard named Sachs associate professor, and in 1927 he became full professor. Sachs became chairman of Harvard's division of Fine Arts in 1933, a position he held for many years. He began teaching his most well-known course, "Museum Work and Museum Problems," in 1921 and taught it almost every year until his retirement.

Sachs was involved in a wide range of philanthropic endeavors throughout his life. He was actively involved in the Red Cross during World War I and in aid to refugee scholars displaced during World War II. His philanthropy continued into the last years of his life. Sachs was an avid connoisseur and collector of art, particularly prints and drawings. Paul J. Sachs died on February 18, 1965 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

From the description of Papers, 1903-2005. (Harvard University Art Museum). WorldCat record id: 424592354

Paul Joseph Sachs was born in New York, New York in 1879 to Samuel Sachs and Louisa Goldman Sachs. Upon graduation from Harvard University in 1900, Sachs joined the family investment banking firm Goldman Sachs, becoming a partner in 1904, and retiring in 1914. In 1915 Edward W. Forbes, Director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University appointed him Assistant Director. He became Associate Director in 1923, retaining this title until his retirement in 1948. Concurrent to this appointment, Sachs also taught classes; first at Wellesley College (Lecturer, 1916) and later at Harvard (Assistant Professor of Art, 1917; full Professorship, 1927, Chairman of the Dept. of Fine Arts, 1933). Sachs is credited with training a generation of art and museum professionals. Among his protégés were A. Everett (Chick) Austin, Kirk Askew, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Lincoln Kirstein, Agnes Mongan and Agnes Rindge.

Sachs, one of the founding members of The Museum of Modern Art, served as Trustee from October 3, 1929 through November 10, 1938. When asked to recommend a Director for the new Museum, he suggested Alfred H. Barr, Jr., a young student of his from Harvard. Sachs later became an Honorary Trustee and the Paul J. Sachs Galleries for Drawings and Prints was named in his honor in 1964. Sachs was an avid collector of drawings and prints and gave the first drawing to enter the Museum's collection, Portrait of Anne Peter by George Grosz.

From the description of Paul J. Sachs papers, 1926-1952. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 670397366

Paul Joseph Sachs, the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum and a Harvard professor, was born in New York City on November 24, 1878. His parents were Samuel Sachs and Louisa Goldman Sachs; Samuel joined his father-in-law, Marcus Goldman, in the investment banking and management firm that would become Goldman Sachs. The oldest of four children, Paul Sachs had two brothers, Arthur and Walter, and a sister, Ella Sachs Plotz, who died at a young age. He attended the Sachs Collegiate Institution in Manhattan, founded by his uncle Julius Sachs, before attending Harvard University. He graduated from Harvard in 1900 and entered the firm of Goldman Sachs soon after, becoming a partner in 1904. Sachs married Meta Pollack in 1904, and they had three daughters: Elizabeth, Celia and Marjorie. Paul and Meta Sachs were married until her death in 1960.

Sachs retired from banking at the end of 1914, when he accepted Edward Forbes' offer to join the staff of the Fogg Museum as assistant director. He spent the first half of 1915 traveling abroad, primarily in Italy, learning and seeing as much as possible in preparation for his new position at the Fogg. He and his family moved to Shady Hill, the former home of Charles Eliot Norton in Cambridge, Massachusetts, before the fall term in 1915; they would live in this home until 1949. Sachs stayed at Harvard for the rest of his career, becoming associate director of the Fogg in 1923 and retaining that title until his retirement from the museum in 1944, when he became Honorary Curator of Drawings.Sachs' career also included teaching. He first lectured at Wellesley College in academic year 1916-1917 and was appointed assistant professor of Fine Arts at Harvard the following year. In 1922 Harvard named Sachs associate professor, and in 1927 he became full professor. He spent the academic year 1932-1933 as an exchange professor at the Sorbonne and as a lecturer in French provincial universities. Sachs became chairman of Harvard's division of Fine Arts in 1933, a position he held for many years.

He had begun teaching his most well-known course, "Museum Work and Museum Problems" (commonly known as simply "the Museum Course" ), in 1921 and taught it almost every year until his retirement. The course covered all aspects of museum work and practice, including the history, philosophy, organization and administration of museums; museum architecture, exhibition installation and display; collection development; donor relations; the cataloguing of objects; the detection of forgeries; and museum policies and ethics. It involved both theory and practice and provided training for directors, curators and connoisseurs. He took his students on winter and spring trips to visit museums and private collections in New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Hartford, Providence and New Haven. Many of Sachs' students in the course went on to become curators and directors at art museums and cultural institutions across the country, including the Metropolitan Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the National Gallery, the Wadsworth Athenaeum, and museums in Kansas City, St. Louis, Providence, San Francisco, Buffalo and Montréal.

His dual roles as museum administrator and member of the Department of Fine Arts allowed him not only to advise colleagues at other institutions about programs and aims, but also to recommend staff for open positions. He successfully placed hundreds of former students in positions and was once referred to as a "one-man employment agency." Sachs retired from teaching in 1948, becoming Professor Emeritus, but his interest and involvement with former students continued into the last years of his life.

Sachs was author or co-author of several publications. His first published work at the Fogg Museum was an exhibition catalog, A Loan Exhibition of Early Italian Engravings (Intaglio), printed in 1915. With Agnes Mongan, Sachs co-authored Drawings in the Fogg Museum of Art (3 vols.), first published in 1940. He also wrote The Pocket Book of Great Drawings, first published in 1951, and Modern Prints and Drawings, published in 1954. Sachs wrote the introduction to James Thrall Soby's book Modern Art and the New Past, first published in 1957. He began work on an autobiography with the working title Tales of an Epoch in 1947, but it was never published; the archives holds several drafts of this work and related correspondence. He was also an editor of Art Bulletin from 1919 to 1940.

Sachs served on the administrative committee of Dumbarton Oaks for many years and also on the Board of Syndics of the Harvard University Press. He was a founding member of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, where he served as a trustee from 1929-1938 and as honorary trustee in 1964. Sachs gave MoMA the first drawing to enter its collection and was honored with the naming of the Paul J. Sachs Galleries for Drawings and Prints in 1964. He also served as a trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and on the boards of Radcliffe, Smith and Wellesley Colleges. He served as president of the American Association of Museums and the American Federation of Art, and was a member of the Century Association, Phi Beta Kappa, the American Philosophical Society, the St. Botolph Club, the Club of Odd Volumes and the Grolier Club, among other scholarly and social organizations. He received numerous honorary degrees during his lifetime, including an honorary degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1928 and from Princeton in 1957, as well as honorary doctorates from Harvard in 1942, from Colby College in 1949 and from Yale University in 1953. He was also named an Officer of the French Legion of Honor.

Sachs was an avid connoisseur and collector of art who assembled an important personal collection. He was most known for his love of fine drawings, particularly those of Degas. He was a visionary collector, being one of first Americans to buy the work of Picasso and Matisse; Sachs was receptive to contemporary art at a time when many were definitively against it. He loaned and donated hundreds of objects to the Fogg Museum during his lifetime and bequeathed his own collection of prints and drawings to the museum. At his death, he had given or bequeathed some 2,700 works of art, 4,000 books and many thousands of photographs to the Fogg Museum and the Harvard College Library. Sachs also played a major role in the incorporation of both Dumbarton Oaks and Villa I Tatti into Harvard University; his friendships with Robert Woods Bliss and with Bernard Berenson, cultivated over many years, facilitated these alliances.

Sachs was involved in a range of philanthropic endeavors throughout his life. He was a speaker for the First Liberty Loan campaign and Chief of Staff in the License Division of the Massachusetts Food Administration before serving as a major with the Red Cross in Paris during World War I, and he assisted countless displaced scholars and other refugees in the years leading to the second World War. Sachs and Edward Forbes were nicknamed the "exuberant mendicants" for their efforts to raise funds and build an endowment for the Fogg Museum, and the construction of the new Fogg Museum on Quincy Street, which opened to the public in 1927, was largely the result of their fund-raising work. Over many years, Sachs also played a quiet but significant role in building the collections of Harvard College Library. Beyond these gifts to Harvard, he gave art objects and books to a wide range of cultural institutions and made financial contributions to many fellowships and funds. He lent books from his personal library; wrote countless letters of introduction for friends, students and colleagues; gave generously of his ideas and time to those who needed assistance; loaned works of art from his personal collection for exhibitions in the United States and abroad; and in many instances anonymously financed the travels and studies of others. Sachs and his family openly welcomed guests into their home on an almost daily basis, and Sachs' philanthropy continued into the last years of his life.

Paul J. Sachs died on February 17, 1965, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

From the guide to the Papers, 1903-2005, (Harvard Art Museum Archives, Harvard University)

Paul Joseph Sachs, the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University and a Harvard professor, was born in New York City on November 24, 1878. His parents were Samuel Sachs and Louisa (Goldman) Sachs. Samuel entered a partnership with his father-in-law in 1882, to form the M. Goldman, Sachs investment firm; it would eventually become Goldman, Sachs & Co. The oldest of four, Paul Sachs had two brothers, Arthur and Walter, and a sister, Ella (Sachs) Plotz, who died at a young age. He attended the Sachs Collegiate Institution in New York City, founded by his uncle, Julius Sachs. Sachs graduated from Harvard University in 1900 and entered the family firm soon after, becoming a partner in 1904. He married Meta Pollack in 1904, and they had three daughters: Elizabeth, Celia, and Marjorie.

Sachs retired from banking in 1914 and spent the next year traveling the country, visiting art museums. In 1915, Edward W. Forbes, director of the Fogg Art Museum, asked Sachs to join the staff as assistant director. In 1923, Sachs became associate director, and he remained in this position until his retirement in 1948. Sachs' career also included teaching; he first lectured at Wellesley College in 1916 and then became an assistant professor of fine arts at Harvard in 1917. Ten years later he became an associate professor, and in 1933 he became chairman of the Harvard department of fine arts. Sachs was an exchange professor at the Sorbonne in 1933; during this year abroad, he traveled frequently to lecture and to meet French colleagues. In 1921, Sachs had begun teaching his most well known course, "Museum Work and Museum Problems," known as "the Museum Course," which he taught until his retirement.

Many of Sachs' students went on to direct major art museums. His students included William Lieberman; A. Everett Austin, Jr.; Walter Path; Edward Warburg; Kirk Askew; Alfred H. Barr; Lincoln Kirstein, John Walker, III and Joseph Pulitzer, Jr., as well as Agnes Mongan and John Coolidge, who both served terms as director of the Fogg Art Museum. Sachs received numerous honorary degrees during his lifetime: honorary doctorates from Colby College in 1949, from Harvard in 1942, and from Yale in 1953, and honorary degrees from Princeton in 1957 and the University of Pittsburgh in 1928.

Through his work and travels, Sachs developed important contacts throughout Europe and North America in the fields of art collecting and dealing, book selling, art history and museum administration. He was an editor of Art Bulletin from 1919-1940. He was a founding member of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, serving as a trustee of the museum from 1929-1938 and as honorary trustee in 1964. He also served as a trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and on the boards of Smith, Wellesley and Radcliffe Colleges. Sachs co-authored Drawings in the Fogg Museum of Art with Agnes Mongan. He also wrote Modern Prints and Drawings, published by Alfred A. Knopf, and Pocket Book of Great Drawings. Sachs began writing his autobiography, Tales of an Epoch, in 1947, but it was never published. He was president of the American Association of Museums and the American Federation of Art, and a member of the Century Association, Phi Beta Kappa, the American Philosophical Society, and the Grolier Club. Sachs was an avid collector of art and assembled a tremendous personal collection. He donated many objects to the Fogg Museum during his lifetime, as well as upon his death.

Sachs was involved in a wide range of philanthropic endeavors throughout his life. He and Edward Forbes were nicknamed "the exuberant mendicants" for their fundraising efforts at the Fogg Art Museum, and Sachs' generosity extended beyond his gifts to Harvard. He gave gifts of art objects, books and money to museums and libraries, as well as countless cultural institutions, fellowships and funds. He was also actively involved in the American Red Cross during World War I and in aid to refugee scholars displaced by World War II. His philanthropy continued into the last years of his life.

Paul J. Sachs died on February 18, 1965 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

From the guide to the Papers, 1900-1994, (Harvard Art Museum Archives, Harvard University)

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