Lyonel Feininger papers, 1883-1960.


Lyonel Feininger papers, 1883-1960.

Correspondence between American born German artist Lyonel Feininger and his family and other correspondents, as well as musical compositions by him and his father Karl Feininger.

32 boxes and 5 volumes (16 linear ft.)




SNAC Resource ID: 6383955

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