Papers of Robert Woods Bliss and Mildred Barnes Bliss, ca. 1860-1969 (inclusive)


Papers of Robert Woods Bliss and Mildred Barnes Bliss, ca. 1860-1969 (inclusive)

Robert Woods Bliss (1875-1962) and his wife, Mildred Barnes Bliss (1875-1969) were prominent art collectors and the founders of Dumbarton Oaks, an estate which they developed and conveyed in 1940 to Harvard University as the Center for Byzantine Studies. Contains personal, philanthropic and United States Foreign Service-related papers.

58.22 cubic feet (174 containers)


SNAC Resource ID: 6385589

Harvard University Archives.

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Journalist, editor, and social reformer. Full name: Arthur Huntington Gleason. From the description of Arthur Gleason papers, 1863-1931 (bulk 1900-1923). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979904 Biographical Note 1878, Dec. 14 Born, Newark, N.J. 1901 B.A., Yale University, New Haven, Conn. ...

Atterbury, Grosvenor (person)

Grosvenor Atterbury (1869-1956) was an architect who developed a prefabrication system to provide adequate housing for the poor. From the description of Grosvenor Atterbury papers, 1925-1951. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 74897746 Grosvenor Atterbury (1869-1956) was a New York City architect, urban planner and writer. A graduate of Columbia University's School of Architecture, he worked in the office of McKim, Mead & White before opening his own pract...

Roederer, Julia (person)

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Scott, Charles (person)

Epithet: MD, army surgeon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000410.0x000293 Charles Scott was a merchant based in Glade Spring Depot, VA. Charles Scott and Company traded in basic goods and ran a salt mill outside of Saltville, Virginia. Saltville, Virginia was known as the Salt Capital of the Confederacy and Charles Scott and Company sold salt to the Virginia Government along with Stuart, Buchanan, and Company i...

Freund, Doda Conrad (person)

Greenough, Margaret (Mrs. Carroll) (person)

Schelling, Julia (person)

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 1857-1935 (person)

Paleontologist, professor of biology at Columbia University, President of Trustees 1908-1933, American Museum of Natural History vertebrate paleontologist. From the description of Henry Fairfield Osborn letter to W. Orton Tewson [manuscript], 1925 April 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 213468939 Henry Fairfield Osborn was a member of the Princeton class of 1877, one of the earliest graduates of the School of Science. He returned to Princeton in 1883 after gr...

Hoblitzelle, Clarence (person)

Lucie (person)

Leyssac, Paul (person)

Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939 (person)

Harvey Williams Cushing was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 8, 1869. He graduated from Yale College in 1891 and in 1895 received his M.D. and A.M. degrees from the Harvard Medical School. He served on the staff of the Johns Hopkins University Hospital from 1901 to 1912, where he devoted himself to neurological surgery. In 1912 he was appointed professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and in 1913 surgeon-in-chief of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, posts which he held until 1932. During W...

Magee, Florence (Mrs. John) (person)

May, Madeleine (person)

Ghyka, Matila C. (Matila Costiescu), 1881-1965 (person)

Rummel, Walter (person)

Deyo, Ruth (Mrs. Charles Dalton) (person)

Estelle (person)

Walter, Flora (person)

Whiting, Arthur (person)

Lambton, Ralph (person)

Ekstrand, Eric Einar (person)

Barrientos, Maria (person)

Johnson, Walter, 1952-.... (person)

Epithet: of the Spalding Society British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000356.0x00027d ...

Quentin, Inger (person)

Brimont, Renee (person)

Nils (person)

Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969 (person)

Epithet: American orientalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001072.0x00028e Arthur Upham Pope (1881-1969) was an American authority on Persian art and antiquities. During the 1920s and 1930s, he organized international exhibitions of Persian art; advised museums, dealers and purchasers of Iranian art objects; edited the multi-volume Survey of Persian Art (published in 1938); and conducted archaeological exped...

Curzon-Howe, Rita (person)

Woods, Helen (person)

Berlin, Isiah (person)

Mott, Thomas Bentley, 1865-1952 (person)

Col. T. Bentley Mott was Liaison Officer between Marshal Foch and Gen. Pershing. From the description of TLS, 1918 September 12 : Ligny-en-Barois to Colonel Boyd / Mott. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 28083815 Lieutenant colonel, United States Army. From the description of Thomas Bentley Mott report, 1918. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867723 Biographical/Historical Note Lieutena...

Colasanti, Arduino (person)

Marbury, Elizabeth. (person)

Gay, Walter (person)

Derwent, Peter (person)

Cambon, Jules, 1845-1935 (person)

Letulle, Maurice (person)

Bapst, Germain, 1853-1921 (person)

Van Slyke, Ruth (Mrs. Warren C.) (person)

Waterman, Thomas (person)

de Beaumont, Comtesse Etienne (person)

Malcolm, Lady Jeanne (person)

Cavan, Joan (person)

Matthews, Frederick (person)

Lorey, Eustace (person)

Bioy Casares, Adolfo (person)

Argentine author; also wrote under pseudonym B. Suárez Lynch and with Jorge Luis Borges under joint pseudonym H. Bustos Domecq; b. 1914; d. 1999. From the description of Adolfo Bioy-Casares collection, 1947-1985. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971123 ...

Weiller, L. (person)

Dill, Nancy (person)

Juta, Jan (person)

Hudson, Elizabeth (person)

Edith Anna Oenone Somerville was born on 2 May 1858 in Corfu, Greece, where her father, a British army lieutenant colonel, was stationed. He retired to Ireland a year later, and Somerville grew up at Drishane House in County Cork. She attended Alexandra College and studied painting in London, Dusseldorf and Paris, but soon returned to Ireland. In January of 1886, Somerville first met her younger cousin Violet Martin (almost always referred to as Martin Ross). The two beg...

Dudley, Genevive (Mrs. Lyman) (person)

Simonds, ... (person)

Hespa (person)

Kellogg, Frank B. (Frank Billings), 1856-1937 (person)

Lawyer and politician Frank Billings Kellogg was born in New York, and raised in Minnesota. He studied law, was admitted to the bar, and began a long career in public service as city attorney of Rochester, Minnesota. He served as president of the American Bar Association, and as United States Senator from Minnesota and Ambassador to Great Britain. While serving as Calvin Coolidge's Secretary of State, he co-authored the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact, also known as the Pact of Paris, outlawing war an...

Aberconway, Lady (Christabel) (person)

Blanche. (person)

Maurois, Andre (person)

Siegfried, Andre (person)

Brainina, Balbina (person)

Alice Roosevelt's (person)

de Ligne, La Princesse (Phillipine) (person)

Reutersvard, Stina (person)

Street, Julian (person)

Cox, Allyn, 1896-1982 (person)

Painter and muralist; New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C. From the description of Allyn Cox papers relating to U.S. Capitol murals, 1970-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122394133 Painter and muralist; New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C. Cox's father Kenyon was a painter, illustrator, writer and teacher in New York City. From the description of Allyn Cox papers, 1870-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79939099 ...

Keyes, Edward L. (Edward Loughborough), 1873-1949 (person)

Monaco, Prince Pierre of (person)

Mambles, Vizconde (person)

Prendergast, Dorothy (Rothie) (person)

Lake, Kirsopp, 1872-1946 (person)

Lake taught early Christian literature and history at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Kirsopp Lake, 1913. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973087 Kirsopp Lake (1872-1946) was a British biblical and patristic scholar and textual critic. He was born in Southampton, England, and died in South Pasadena, California. He was ordained into the Church of England and was curate of St. Mary the Virgin (Oxford, England) from 1897 to 1904, and was then a professor o...

Recouly, Raymond (person)

Hermann, ... (person)

Leeds, Louise (Mrs. Warner) (person)

Barlow, Samuel (person)

American composer, concert impresario, and writer. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, Sept. 5, 1978 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861671 ...

Thayer, Julia (person)

Clara (person)

Epithet: Sister, of Ascot Priory British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001476.0x000034 ...

Princeton University. Institute for Advanced Study (corporateBody)

Hutchinson, Robert, 1948-.... (person)

Epithet: of Clonmel British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001127.0x0000d2 ...

Basilioles(?) (person)

Simson, Theodore Spicer (person)

Warren, Alice (person)

Ausstellung Chinesischer Kunst (Berlin) (person)

Truxton (person)

Laura, Sister (person)

White, William Henry, 1845-1913 (person)

Epithet: KCB British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000298.0x0001b9 Epithet: KCB formerly Director of Naval Construction British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001152.0x0000f2 Epithet: KCB; President, Institution of Civil Engineers British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_1000000...

Anderson, Mary, 1921- (person)

This manuscript is a close hand-written transcript of the Lewis and Clark journals. The transcript (“an exact copy, word for word, letter for letter, and point for point”) was begun around December 1892 by “expert copyist” Mary Anderson at the request of Elliott Coues (Cutright, History 89), and was completed in 1893. Elliott Coues had been hired by Francis Harper to annotate the 1814 Biddle/Allen narrative of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. During his research, Coues became aware o...

Meyer, Eugene, 1938- (person)

Smithsonian Institution (corporateBody)

The Smithsonian Institution was established on August 10, 1846, is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government. The institution is named after its founding donor, British scientist James Smithson. Originally organized as the United States National Museum.James Smithson (1765-1829), a British scientist, left his estate to the United States to found “at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusio...

Auslander, Joseph, 1897-1965 (person)

Author, editor, and Library of Congress official. From the description of Letters, 1943. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34149452 Joseph Auslander was an American poet, anthologist and novelist, known particularly for editions of a poetry anthology, The winged horse, first published in 1929. He served as poetry consultant to the Library of Congress in the years immediately preceding the United States' entry into World War II. His poetry appeared over the decades in many poetr...

Brambilla, Julia (person)

Tyler, Eve (Mrs. Kenneth Thompson) (person)

Elizalde, German (person)

Tiger, Marthe (person)

Chadwick, Dorothy (Mrs. Gerry) (person)

Laurin, K. (person)

Monod, Noel (person)

Wadsworth, Duenna (Mrs. Herbert) (person)

Finley, John (person)

Dodge, Geoffrey (person)

F. H. Brooke. (person)

Chanler, Margaret (Daisy) (person)

Stein, Eugene (person)

Warren, Charlotte (person)

Korzybski, Alfred, 1879-1950 (person)

Korzybski was born in Poland and later emigrated to the United States. He was the founder of the theory of general semantics, the study of the relations between language, thought, and behavior. From the description of Essays, 1923 and undated. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612750797 Polish-American philosopher and scientist. Alfred Habdank Korzybski is widely known for his system of "general semantics." From the description of...

Heaton, Clement (person)

Carrel, Alexis, 1873-1944 (person)

Lippmann, Walter, 1899-1974 (person)

Epithet: American political commentator British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x000062 ...

Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt, 1861-1933 (person)

Corinne Roosevelt Robinson was the sister of Theodore Roosevelt. From the description of Corinne Roosevelt Robinson photograph album, not before 1898. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612794212 Corinne (Roosevelt) Robinson, younger sister of American president Theodore Roosevelt and wife of Douglas Robinson, was a published poet and active member of the Republican Party. From the description of Papers, 1847-1933. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id:...

Lathrop, Helen (Mrs. Bryan) (person)

Heinrich, Max (person)

Epithet: singer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000429.0x000024 ...

Frazer, Elizabeth van Rensalaer (Mrs. James) (person)

Brewster, Mabel (person)

Norway, Olav of (person)

Lee, Caroline King (person)

Lee, Ruth (person)

Ruth Lee was a teacher at Dundee High School and Pacific University before becoming a missionary. From the guide to the Ruth Lee papers, 1913-1939, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) ...

White, Lawrence Grant. (person)

Architect. From the description of Reminiscences of Lawrence Grant White : oral history, 1956. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309727811 ...

Cameron, Elizabeth (Mrs. Donald) (person)

Story, Emma Eames (person)

Dimock, Sue (Mrs. Henry) (person)

Vernon (person)

Epithet: of Evreux British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001084.0x0001ce Epithet: Lady in Waiting to the Princess of Wales British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000628.0x0000ec Epithet: of Add MS 4320 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/v...

Milles, Carl, 1875-1955 (person)

Milles was born in Sweden and later taught at Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Henry Booth was the son of George G. Booth, a founder of Cranbrook. From the description of Carl Milles letter to Henry Booth, 1943 September 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220146114 Fitch graduated from the Pratt Institute of Art and worked as a professional artist before coming to CMU in 1933. She retired as Assoc. Prof. Emeritus in 1957. Fitch also designed her own house and was...

Kellogg, Jean (person)

Jean Kellogg was born December 28, 1916 in Chicago, Ill. She became an editor at the Henry Regnery Co. in Chicago, and later a professor of English and literature at Mundelein College and Rosary College, both in the Chicago area. As a writer she adapted several of L. Frank Baum's Oz books for juveniles, and wrote several of her own under the pseudonyms Sally Jackson and Gene Kellogg. Biographical Source: Something About the Author, vol. 10 From the guide to t...

Cross, Charles R. (Charles Robert), 1848-1921 (person)

Morey, Charles Rufus, 1877-1955 (person)

Morey was an American art historian and chairman of the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University (1924-1945). From the description of Charles Rufus Morey papers, 1900-1954 (bulk 1924-1945) (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 177441878 ...

Frumusan, Dr. I. (person)

Bonney, Mrs. John (Jack) (person)

Scudder, Janet (person)

Phillips, Caroline (person)

Einstein, Lewis, 1877-1967 (person)

Einstein, a diplomat, historian, and art critic, began his foreign service career in 1903 as the third secretary of the American Embassy in Paris. He was subsequently posted to positions in Britain, Turkey, China, and Costa Rica, and during World War I served as the American diplomatic representative in charge of British interests in Bulgaria. Einstein completed his diplomatic career as the U.S. Minister to Czechoslovakia from 1921-1930. He continued to live abroad in London and later Paris, whe...

Harriman, Daisy (Mrs. Borden) (person)

Gilbert, Wendell (person)

Schelling, Ernest (person)

Composed originally for string quartet and published by Carl Fischer. This arrangement 1936. First performance Philadelphia, 26 February 1936, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and Composers' Laboratory, Isadore Freed conductor.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Tarantella : for chamber orchestra / Ernest Schelling. [1943?] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 54616029 American pianist, conductor, and composer. From the descripti...

Julie (person)

Gould, Josephine (person)

Ford, Maria Reynolds (person)

Kellogg, Charlotte. (person)

Biographical/Historical Note American author; relief worker in Europe during World Wars I and II; wife of Vernon Lyman Kellogg. From the guide to the Charlotte Hoffman Kellogg papers, 1916-1948, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Stahl, Elsa (person)

Hobbes, John Oliver, 1867-1906 (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Anglo-American novelist and dramatist. Pearl Craigie wrote under the pseudonym John Oliver Hobbes. From the guide to the Pearl Mary Teresa Craigie Papers, 1896-1904, (Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Pearl Mary Teresa Richards Craigie was an Anglo-American novelist, dramatist and lecturer. She wrote under the pseudonym John Oliver Hobbes. From the description of Pearl Mary Teresa Richards Craigie collection of papers, 187...

Watts, Diana (person)

Epithet: dancer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000498.0x000255 ...

Rateau, Armand (person)

Buckler, W. H. (person)

Heitz-Boyer, Dr. (person)

Henry-Haye, G. (person)

Anna Blaksley Bliss (person)

Riou, Gaston (person)

Alsop, Joseph W. (person)

Elwood, Frederick (person)

Pinchot, Gifford (person)

Delavaud, Louis, 1860-1924 (person)

Figaro, Pedro (person)

Leger, Alexis (Saint-John Perse) (person)

Haseltine, Herbert, 1877-1962 (person)

American sculptor; lived mostly in Paris. Primarily sculpted animals, and is well-known for his sculpture of Man o'war. He is the son of painter William Stanely Haseltine (1835-1900). From the description of Herbert Haseltine papers, 1938-1962. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86118462 ...

Keep, Florence (person)

Craven, Bessie (person)

Warren, Mrs. Fiske (Gretchen) (person)

Austria, Felix of (person)

Denison, John H. (person)

Aldrich, Chester (person)

Webster, Beveridge (person)

Ravensdale (person)

Laboulaye, Marie (Mme. Andre) (person)

Quincy (person)

Brinton, Nanon (person)

Tone, Aileen (person)

Victoria and Albert Museum (corporateBody)

Lemarie, Suzanne (person)

Mac Millan Company (corporateBody)

de Sayve, Aileen (person)

McKay, Virginia Osborn (person)

Laughlin, Irwin (person)

Bustabo, Guila (person)

Dutreil, Natalie (Mrs. Claude) (person)

Pershing, John (person)

Taylor, Anabel (Mrs. Myron) (person)

Smith, Laura Hyde (person)

Johnstone, Lady Alan (Nettie) (person)

Mallet, Victor (person)

Hale, Kathleen Burke (Mrs. Girard) (person)

Gunther, Frank (person)

Hunt, William H. (person)

Whitredge, Arnold (person)

Gilbert, Rudolph (person)

Chambrun, Rohan Chabot (person)

Arrhenius, Svante (person)

de Forest, Robert (person)

Cochin, Denys (person)

Warden, Helen (Mrs. Clarence) (person)

Roberts, Mrs. Osborne (person)

Gleichen, Lady Helena (person)

Hunter, Alymar (person)

Stewart, Vicky (person)

Noailles (person)

Price, Woods (person)

Leslie, Seymour (person)

Weldon, Mary Elwood (Mrs. William T.) (person)

Chaptal, Marie Leonie (person)

Moltke, Leon (person)

Tobin, Richard, Fr. (person)

Ladd, Anna Coleman, 1878-1939 (person)

Portrait and architectural sculptor; Boston, Mass. Born Anna Coleman Watts in Philiadelphia, Pa. Raised in Paris and lived and studied in Rome for twelve years. Founded the Studio for Portrait Masks in the American Red Cross in Paris during WWI, where she collaborated with surgeons to fit disfigured soldiers with sculpted faces. From the description of Anna Coleman Ladd papers, ca. 1881-1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84401699 Born ...

Mac Veagh, Fanny (person)

Widor, Charles-Marie (person)

Libretto by M. Léna, after F. Mistral; first performed at the Paris Opéra, 27 October 1924. Cf. New Grove online. From the description of Nerto : manuscript, [1924?] / Ch. M. Widor. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 778968808 French organist and composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed : 6 Hamilton Place, Piccadilly, W., [London], to Arthur Sullivan, 1888 04 20. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270126256 French organist, composer...

Craigie, Pearl M. T. (John Oliver Hobbes) (person)

Lindsay, Elizabeth (person)

Epithet: Miss of Broughty Ferry British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000543.0x00006a Epithet: wife of Sir R C Lindsay British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x000154 ...

Getty, Alice (person)

Sterner, Albert, 1863-1946 (person)

Albert E. Sterner (1863-1946) was an American painter, etcher and lithographer. He opened a studio in New York City in 1885, was one of the founders of Painter-Gravers of America, and taught at the Art Students League. His paintings were purchased by and exhibited at museums in Europe and the U.S. From the guide to the Albert E. Sterner correspondence, 1899-1945, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Illustrator and painter; New York City. Sterner...

Granados, Enrique, 1867-1916 (person)

Inspired by paintings of Goya.--Cf. Fleisher Collection From the description of Goyescas. IIa. parte : los major enamerados, no. VI : epilogo (serenata del espectra) / E. Granados. c1916. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 229890705 Spanish composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Barcelona, 22 October 1911, to [Georges Jean-Aubry?], 1911 Oct. 22. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270578196 Spanish composer and ...

Bottinger, John (person)

Townley, Susan (person)

Newton, F. Maurice (person)

Crane, Josephine (Mrs. Murray) (person)

Nabokoff, Constantine (person)

Reid, Robert, 1850-1922 (person)

Epithet: Solicitor-General of Dominica British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001033.0x0001a3 Epithet: MD, of Edinburgh British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001033.0x0001a1 ...

Stone, Harlan (person)

Bingham, Hiram (person)

Humphreys, Marie (death of) (person)

Archbold, Anne (person)

Morrow, William (person)

Moore, Benjamin Burgess (person)

Scott, Marian (person)

Herford, Oliver, 1863-1935 (person)

American author, illustrator, wit. From the description of Papers of Oliver Herford, 1899-1904. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32135326 American author. From the description of Letter, n.d., N.Y. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80850053 Artist and author. From the description of Papers of Oliver Herford, 1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79452089 ...

Noyes, Alfred, 1880-1958 (person)

Poet. From the description of Papers of Alfred Noyes, 1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79454022 Author Alfred Noyes was born in England and attended Oxford, although he left without earning a degree. He published his first book of poems at the age of twenty-one, and within ten years had become the most commercially successful poet of his day. Popular and prolific, Noyes wrote disarming, skillful verse in traditional metre, and actively opposed the Modernist movement. He ...

Cameron, Marie (person)

Sachs, Paul (person)

Ackerman, Phyllis, 1893-1977 (person)

Steed, Wickham (person)

de Bach, Henry (person)

Origo, Iris, 1902-1988 (person)

Elisina (person)

Bakhmetev, B. A. (Boris Aleksandrovich) (person)

Biddle, Katherine (person)

Richards, Laura (person)

Harriet (person)

January, Josephine Poe (Mrs. Harry) (person)

..., Gertrud (person)

Brent, Charles Henry, 1862-1929 (person)

Episcopal bishop, missionary, author; chief of chaplain services, Amer. Exped. Forces during WWI. From the description of Letter to Mrs. J. Malcolm Forbes [manuscript], 1927 May 6. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647953607 Clergyman and missionary. From the description of Papers of Charles Henry Brent, 1860-1991 (bulk 1901-1929). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79449272 Biographical Note ...

Manuela (person)

Mather, Winifred Holt (person)

Center for Byzantine Studies. (corporateBody)

Scott, Lady Maxwell (person)

Holt, Winifred, 1870-1945 (person)

Farrand, Beatrix (Mrs. Max) (person)

Taufflieb, Julia (person)

Greenwood, Margaret. (person)

William Church (person)

Fay, Bernard (person)

Rabinius, O. (person)

Megane, Lelia (person)

Curtis, James, 1953- (person)

Cutting, Olivia (Mrs. Bayard) (person)

Randolph, Mary (Polly) (person)

Howard, Jennie (person)

Hinchinbrooke, Rosemary (person)

Norton, Robert (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 32724 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000269.0x000127 Epithet: of Add MS 37999 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000269.0x000128 Epithet: Secretary American Round Table on India British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/8...

Rockefeller, Mrs. John D. (person)

Robbins, Irene (person)

Clark, Jane (person)

Modjeska, Mrs. Ralph (person)

Marguerite (person)

Balzan, Consuelo (Mrs. Jacques) (person)

Duane, William North (person)

Barnes, Cora (person)

Hammond, John Hays, 1855-1936 (person)

Engineer. From the description of Letter of John Hays Hammond, 1900. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450745 John Hays Hammond, Sr., (1855 March 31-1936 June 8) was a mining expert and superintendent of mines in California and Mexico, 1881-1893; worked for Cecil Rhodes and others in South Africa, 1893-1899; consultant in England, 1896-1900, and in Mexico, 1900; general manager and consulting engineer for Guggenheim Exploration Co., 1903-1907; chairman Engineers, Exploration ...

Curtis, Ralph Hiram (person)

Hopkins, Charlotte (Mrs. Archibald) (person)

Ashton, Leigh (person)

Root, Elihu, 1845-1937 (person)

Elihu Root, born in Clinton, NY, attended Hamilton College (A.B., 1864, A.M. in course, 1867) and University Law School of New York. He served as member Alaskan Boundary Tribunal; United States District Attorney, Southern New York, 1883 - 85; Secretary of War, 1899 - 1904; Secretary of State, 1905 - 09; U.S. Senator from New York, 1909 - 15; Senior Counsel for the U.S., North Atlantic Fisheries Arbitration, The Hague, 1910; Ambassador at Head of Special Diplomatic Mission to Russia, 1...

William H. Bliss (person)

Capshaw, Mary (Mrs. Coran) (person)

Chase, Ethel (person)

Pott, Mary (person)

Caetani, Prince Don Gelasio (person)

Pochon, Alfred, 1878-1959 (person)

Swiss violinist. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [n.p., New York?], 14 February 1925, to Mr. [Harry Harkness] Flagler, 1925 Feb. 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270675064 ...

Jaccaci, August F... (person)

Duane, Arthur (person)

Wickersham, George (person)

Burton, Rt. Rev. Spence (person)

Henrietta (person)

Bellinger, Louisa (person)

Ebba (person)

Crowder, General E. H. (person)

Annie Louise Bliss Warren (person)

Fletcher, Ruth Emerson (person)

Dalton, Mrs. Charles (person)

General Pershing's (person)

Forbes, Edward W. (Edward Waldo), 1873-1969 (person)

Relation of Alexander Forbes (1882-1965). From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1959. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 176629718 Forbes graduated from Harvard in 1895. From the description of Notes in Zoology 1, 1893. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77073959 From the description of Notes and midyear thesis in Philosophy 9, 1894-1895. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074017 From t...

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 1857-1935 (person)

Paleontologist, professor of biology at Columbia University, President of Trustees 1908-1933, American Museum of Natural History vertebrate paleontologist. From the description of Henry Fairfield Osborn letter to W. Orton Tewson [manuscript], 1925 April 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 213468939 Henry Fairfield Osborn was a member of the Princeton class of 1877, one of the earliest graduates of the School of Science. He returned to Princeton in 1883 after gr...

Lapiana, Georges (person)

Jones, Robert Edmond (person)

Robert Edmond Jones studied painting and drawing at Harvard University. In 1913, Jones went to Europe and began to experiment in scene design. He returned to the United States in 1915 and designed scenes and costumes for performances in New York and in 1934 he designed the first color motion picture for Pioneer Pictures, La Cucaracha . From the guide to the Robert Edmond Jones collection, 1910s-1954?, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Performing Arts Archives, Manuscripts Division ...

Bernadotte, Marianne (person)

Congreve, Celia (person)

Fell, Mrs. Nelson (person)

Gyldenstolpe, Greta (person)

Antoinette (person)

Louise, Queen (person)

White, J. Campbell (John Campbell), 1870- (person)

Sedgewick, Francis M. (person)

Cantacuzene, Julia (person)

Garrett, Ethel (person)

Thorpe, Frances (person)

Marli, Anatole de la (person)

Field, Isobel (Teuila) (person)

Guedalla, Nellie (person)

Halsey, W. F. (person)

Coolidge, Lawrence (death of) (person)

Munn, George F. (person)

Loraine, Sir Perry (person)

Lapsley, Gaillard (person)

Quartet, Flonzaly (person)

Fullerton, Morton (person)

Olga Samaroff Stokowski (person)

Jones, Alice, 1853-1933 (person)

La Shaum, Ralph (person)

Chilton, Kitty (person)

Wendel, Francois (person)

Howard, Isabelle (person)

Jewett, Rutger B. (person)

Trudeau, E. L. (person)

Garrett, Alice (person)

Kline, Eliza (person)

Edgerly-Korzbyski, Lady (person)

Rutherford, Althea (person)

Atwood, J. W. (person)

Eduoard (person)

Anastos, Milton (person)

Fels, Marthe (person)

Smith, Joseph Lindon, 1863-1950 (person)

Joseph Lindon Smith (1863-1950) is a painter and lecturer, Dublin, N.H. From the description of Joseph Lindon Smith papers, 1647-1965, bulk 1873-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 613314146 American painter. From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to Dr. Baldwin, 1903 May 28. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270860359 Painter, lecturer, Dublin, N.H. Born 1863. Died 1950. Born in Pawtucket, R.I., Smith studied ar...

Colomna, Elly (person)

Ferrari, Carlo (person)

Tytus, Mildred (person)

Osborn, Perry, Josephine, Marie (person)

Lassiter, (General) William (person)

Berry, Walter (person)

Roche, Jules, 1841-1923 (person)

Ridgely, Frank (person)

Hinness(?), Howard (person)

Focillon, Henri, 1881-1943 (person)

A French art historian who taught in Europe and the United States, Focillon was an authority on the art of the Middle Ages, particularly the Romanesque period. From the description of Henri Focillon letter, 1923 Jan. 4. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 70831318 ...

Boyle, Irene (person)

House, Ed. M. (person)

Griswold, Ralph E. (person)

Ralph E. Griswold began his career as a landscape architect in 1916 after graduating from Cornell University, where he received both his bachelor's and master's degrees in landscape architecture. Following his graduation, Griswold served in World War I as a camouflage officer stationed in France. In 1919, Griswold was a part of Bryant F. Fleming landscape architecture firm in Buffalo, New York. Subsequently, Griswold won the Prix de Rome, a competitive scholarship organized by the Royal Academy ...

O'Brien, Robert Lincoln, 1865-1955 (person)

A correspondent for the Boston Transcript who was a colleague of Wiley's. O'Brien later became editor of the Boston Herald. From the description of Correspondence to Franklin Baldwin Wiley, 1899-1919. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 756036376 Publisher and presidential secretary. From the description of Robert Lincoln O'Brien address, 1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980316 Publisher. From the description of Re...

D'Indy, Vincent (person)

Paul, J. G. D. (person)

Lupre, Sally (person)

Bryce, E. Marion (person)

Von Ufford, Gabriella (person)

Lippincott, Camilla (Mrs. Hare) (person)

Herkomer, Herman (person)

Whitehouse, Mary (Mrs. Sheldon) (person)

Ingles, Nanette (person)

Smith, Charles R. (Charles Robinson), 1956- (person)

Arsene-Henry, Yolande (person)

Warren, Charles (person)

Epithet: KC British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000816.0x00024b ...

Levi, Doro, 1898-1991 (person)

Barlow, Ernesta (person)

Phillips, Duncan (person)

Marjorie Phillips (1895-1985) was a painter and collector from Washington D.C. Died June 16, 1985. Wife of Duncan Phillips. Social Security Death Index and the Phillips Collection website site her birth date as 1894. From the description of Oral history interview with Marjorie Phillips, 1974 June 27 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 495596706 Marjorie Grant Acker (later Phillips) was born in Indiana on October 25, 1894 or...

Mediaeval academy of America (corporateBody)


Salter, Arthur, 1881-1975 (person)

Epithet: Baron Salter British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001296.0x0002f9 University of Virginia professor. From the description of Baron Salter letter to Herbert Emmerich [manuscript], 1962 March 13. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647972936 ...

Herrick, Parmeley (person)

Stanley, Anne (Lady Victor) (person)

Imperiali, Genevieve (person)

Derby, Eloise (person)

Swift, Eliza (person)

James, Henry (person)

Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x00012f Epithet: Baron James of Hereford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001219.0x000331 Epithet: Subject of Mss Eur F234 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001244.0x000361 Epithet: Capta...

Wadsworth, Nancy (person)

Coolidge, Edith Lawrence (person)

Welch, William (person)

Epithet: Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001028.0x00012f ...

Murphy, Bessie (person)

Maritain, Jacques (person)

Jacques Maritain, a French philosopher and man of letters, was French Ambassador to the Vatican from 1945 to 1948, professor of philosophyat Princeton University from 1948 to 1952 and continued to make his home in Princeton until 1960. His works include TRUE HUMANISM (1936, tr. 1938); ART AND SCHOLASTICISM (1920, tr. 1929); ON THE USE OF PHILOSOPHY (1961). From the description of The responsibility of the artist : typescript, ca. 1960 / by Jacques Maritain. (Peking University Library...

Atherton, Maude (person)

Dushkin, Samuel (person)

Balfour, Arthur James (person)

Arthur James Balfour was born on 25 July 1848 at Whittingehame, East Lothian. He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge. He began his political career in 1874 when he was elected Conservative Member of Parliament for Hertford, and between 1878 and 1880, acted as private secretary to his uncle, the Marquis of Salisbury, who was then secretary of state for foreign affairs. In 1885, Balfour was elected Member of Parliament for the eastern division of Manchester, a ...

Cravath, Paul, 1944- (person)

Cornelia (person)

Brockdorff, Hildegarde (person)

Wright, Butler (person)

Beale, Marie (person)

Pope, Arthur Upham, 1881-1969 (person)

Epithet: American orientalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001072.0x00028e Arthur Upham Pope (1881-1969) was an American authority on Persian art and antiquities. During the 1920s and 1930s, he organized international exhibitions of Persian art; advised museums, dealers and purchasers of Iranian art objects; edited the multi-volume Survey of Persian Art (published in 1938); and conducted archaeological exped...

Bliss, Robert Woods, 1875-1962 (person)

Robert Woods Bliss (1875-1962, Harvard AB 1900) and his wife, Mildred Barnes Bliss (1875-1969) were prominent art collectors and the founders of Dumbarton Oaks, an estate which they developed and conveyed in 1940 to Harvard University as the Center for Byzantine Studies, a research center and museum. Robert Woods Bliss served in the U.S. Foreign Service from 1903-1933. He was Minister to Sweden from 1923-1927 and Ambassador to Argentina from 1927-1933. From t...

Noyes, Frank, Newbold (person)

Stimson, Henry (person)

Bemis, Albert Farwell, 1870-1936 (person)

Leslie, Shane, 1885-1971 (person)

Irish poet, novelist, travel writer, biographer, and Catholic apologist; born John Randolph Shane Leslie. From the description of Poems : AMsS : [Glaslough, Ireland?], [ca. 1920]. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122690113 Author and statesman Sir Shane Leslie was born John Randolph Leslie in London, raised in Ireland, and educated at Oxford, where he converted to Roman Catholicism and adopted the Irish form of his name, Shane, when he became interested ...

Philander (person)

Curle, Richard, 1883-1968 (person)

In his early career Richard Curle, 1883-1968, wrote leaders for such newspapers as the Pretoria News (South Africa), The Rangoon Times (Burma), and The Daily Mail (London). He also wrote articles for other newspapers and magazines, short stories, and books of fiction and non-fiction. In 1912 Curle was introduced to Joseph Conrad and, as a consequence of their long-standing friendship, much of Curle's writings and correspondence with colleagues and friends reflects his considerable knowledge of C...

Straight, Willard (person)

McClean, Edward (person)

Gibson, Hugh (person)

Choate, Joseph (person)

Riddle, Dewey (person)

Manship, Paul (person)

Coogan, Josephine (Mrs. Jay) (person)

Tarbell, Ida (person)

Grellou, R. H. (person)

Kingsford, Dorothy (person)

Bispham, David Scull, 1857-1921 (person)

American baritone. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [London], to [Alfred?] Mapleson, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270501603 From the description of Letter signed, dated : London, [21 September 1898], to Mary Millais, 1898 Sept. 21. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270672758 From the description of Autograph letters signed (3), dated : New York, 1901, 1917, and 1918, to Mrs. Harry Harkness Flagler (one is to Mr. Flagler), 1901 Jan. 6. (Unknow...

Söderblom, Nathan, 1866-1931 (person)

Lars Olof Jonathan Söderblom was born Jan.15, 1866 in Trönö, Sweden. He was educated at the University of Uppsala and while a student attended an American Christian Student Federation meeting in Northfield, Massachusetts in 1890. He was ordained as a minister of the Church of Sweden in 1893 and served as pastor of the Swedish church in Paris and as seaman's pastor at Calais and Dunkerque from 1894 to 1901. While he was in France he received the degree of doctor of Theology from t...

Mayer, Carlos (person)

Stabler, Jordan Herbert, 1885-1938 (person)

Sutherland, Graham Vivian, 1903-1980 (person)

Graham Vivian Sutherland (1903-1980) was a British printmaker and Surrealist painter. From the guide to the Graham Sutherland Papers, 1943-1964, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Graham Vivian Sutherland (1903-1980), artist. From the description of Graham Sutherland letters to Felix Hans Man, 1946-1977 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702131626 Graham Sutherland was a British artist and teacher. He was an eng...

Colebrook, Leonard (person)

Erroll (person)

de Lecanda, Juan Jose (person)

Carter, J. R. (John Ripley), 1908-1993 (person)

Pope, John, 1770-1845 (person)

Epithet: sherman, of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000491.0x00016d Epithet: of Cauldon, county Staffordshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000491.0x00016c John Pope was born in Prince William County, Virginia, in 1770. After studying law, he moved to Springfield, Kentucky, and was admitted to the bar. Pope served in...

Vail, Anna Murray (person)

Yarnall, Adele (person)

Corcoran, Rosamund (Mrs. George E.) (person)

Wendel, Maurice (person)

Ernest Schelling (person)

Walpole Society (Great Britain) (corporateBody)

The Walpole Society was founded in April, 1911. The objects of the Society are a) to provide for the collection of materials for the study of the history of British art and b) to publish, so far as practicable, an annual volume containing original documents and results of research in the history of British art. From the description of Editorial papers [manuscript]. 1917-1956. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225843014 The Walpole Society is an organiza...

Roberti, Mary (person)

Masters, Polly (person)

Farrand, Beatrix, 1872-1959 (person)

Beatrix Jones Farrand opened her landscape design office in New York in 1895. In 1899 she achieved the distinction of being the only female founding member of the American Society of Landscape Architecture. Farrand's career spanned the next five decades and included notable projects such as Dumbarton Oaks in Washington D.C., Dartington Hall in Devonshire, England, and Princeton University. In addition, Farrand wrote numerous articles for publication and gave talks on landscape architecture. Thro...

Brown, John Nicholas (person)

John Nicholas Brown (1861-1900) was born on December 17, 1861, at the family homestead in Providence, Rhode Island. He was the eldest son of John Carter Brown and Sophia Augusta (Brown) Brown. John Nicholas Brown was a member of one of the most prominent and distinguished families in Rhode Island, and an eighth generation descendant of Chad Brown, one of the original settlers of Providence Plantations. The family was active during the American Revolution and a supporter of the Feder...

Geer, Gerard (person)

Dunn, Mary (Mrs. James) (person)

Amboul, Mary (person)

Niblack, Mary (person)

Poincare, Henriette (person)

Sedgwick, Ellery, 1872-1960 (person)

Ellery Sedgwick was editor of The Atlantic Monthly. From the description of Letter to Horace Howard Furness, Jr., 1920. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155884345 ...

Hamlin, John, 1880-1951 (person)

Kast, Ludwig (person)

de Navarro, Antonia (person)

Galarza, Mme. (person)

Howland, Charles P. (Charles Prentice), 1869-1932 (person)

Alfred Cornelius Howland (1838-1909) was a painter. He studied in Boston, New York, Düsseldorf, and Paris. He maintained a winter studio in New York City and was a member of the National Academy of Design. Charles Prentice Howland (1869-1932) practiced law in New York City until 1925. He served as chairman of the Greek Refugees Settlement Commission of the League of Nations from 1925 to 1926 and, from 1927 until his death, studied and wrote on foreign relations as a res...

Pabst, Gustave, Jr. (person)

Bougle, N. (person)

Belleuse, Pierre Carrier (person)

Weddell, Alexander (person)

Cortissoz, Royal, 1869-1948 (person)

American art critic. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2), dated : [New York], 10 Apirl 1940 and 22 March 1942, to Harry [Harkness Flagler], 1940 Apr. 10 and 22 March 1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270564650 Royal Cortissoz (1869-1968), respected American art critic, was born in Brooklyn, NY. He trained as an architect, spending six years working at the firm of McKim, Mead, and White before embarking on his journalism career. Cortissoz served as the art...

Boberg, Ferdinand, 1860-1946 (person)

Oaks, Dumbarton (person)

Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926 (person)

Eliot served as president of Harvard University (1869-1909). From the description of Correspondence of Charles W. Eliot, 1870-1920. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234339031 Charles William Eliot (1834-1926) was President of Harvard University from March 12, 1869 to May 19, 1909. He also taught mathematics and chemistry at Harvard University (1858-1863) and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1865-1869). Eliot was one of the most influential educa...

Vacaresco, Helene (person)

Hoover, Herbert Charles, 1903-1969 (person)

Epithet: President of the USA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000789.0x0000d4 ...

Young, Hugh (person)

Bell, Marian (Mrs. Gordon Knox) (person)

Carles, Manuel (person)

Malye, Therese (person)

Martin-Franklin, Nina (person)

Wilson, Orme (person)

Ezekiel, Moses Jacob, 1844-1917 (person)

American sculptor. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Villa d'Este, Tivoli, to Mr. and Mrs. [John W. Field], 1886 Jan. 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270530720 Sculptor, Rome, Italy. Born in Richmond, Va., of a Sephardic Jewish family, Ezekiel was educated at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. Fought with the Confederates in the Civil War. In 1869, he went to Berlin to study at the Royal Art Academy, and he met with great...

Conover, Anna (person)

Sanger, Virginia (Mrs. Ralph) (person)

Herbert, May Amboul (person)

Herter, Albert (person)

Maklakoff, Marie (person)

Sylvia (person)

Eames, Emma (Mrs. Julian Story) (person)

Ede, H. S. (Jim) (person)

Engel, Jane Bathori (person)

Haight, Katherine (person)

Jennings, Mary Caturia (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 36053 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001197.0x00002b ...

Hopkins, Ellen (person)

Greville, Maggie (Mrs. Ronald) (person)

Edoardo (person)

Camasatra (person)

Chlapouska, Helene Modjeska (person)

Rosenauer, Michael (person)

Chevrillon, Andre (person)

McKay, Alexandra Moore (person)

Tremoille, Helene (person)

Bradley, Omar (person)

Coolidge, Helen (Mrs. John) (person)

Bacon, Virginia (Mrs. Robert) (person)

Elwes, Lady Winifred Cary (person)

Derby, Ethel (Mrs. Richard) (person)

Harding, Florence Kling, 1860-1924 (person)

Known as “The Duchess,” Florence Mabel Kling Harding served as First Lady from 1921 to 1923 as the wife of President Warren G. Harding. Daughter of the richest man in a small town–Amos Kling, a successful businessman–Florence Mabel Kling was born in Marion, Ohio, in 1860, to grow up in a setting of wealth, position, and privilege. Much like her strong-willed father in temperament, she developed a self-reliance rare in girls of that era. A music course at the Cincinnati Conservatory complet...

Granville, Mimi (person)

Parsons, Anna (Mrs. Barclay) (person)

Potocki, Georges (person)

Betty (person)

Luck, Mrs. A. Cortland (Rothie) (person)

Berckheim, Emily (person)

Moore, Faith (person)

Rand, Edward Kennard (person)

Ray (person)

Laurence, Sheila (person)

Smith, Melville (person)

Goodwin, Maud (person)

Uninsky, Alexandre (person)

Campion, Mrs. Edward (person)

Conrad, Doda (person)

Townsend, Natalie (person)

Conference on the Limitation of Armament (corporateBody)

Nettleton, George (person)

Sparre, Louis, 1863-1964 (person)

Twite, Delia (person)

Metman (person)

Means, Philip Ainsworth, 1892-1944 (person)

Truelle, Jacques (person)

American Field Service (corporateBody)

The American Field Service (AFS) was founded in 1914 as a volunteer ambulance corps. It served with the French Armies in World War I. In 1939 the American Field Service volunteer ambulance service was reactivated. It served first with French forces in France, then with British forces in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and India/Burma. From the description of World War II records, [ca. 1939-1945] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155490917 The American Field ...

Brummer Gallery (corporateBody)

Freeman, John, 1945- (person)

Epithet: Treasurer to the Levant Company at Smyrna British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000215.0x0003e5 Epithet: of Batsford; of Add MS 36648 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000215.0x0003e0 Epithet: of Egerton MS 3329 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000215...

Waldo, Fullerton (person)

Stokes, Carol Anson Phelps (person)

Thompson, Robert M. (person)

Frazier, Hugo (person)

Hill, Coline (person)

Huss, Henry Holden (person)

Epithet: pianist and composer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000562.0x0000f0 ...

Sparrow, John (person)

Satie, Erik, 1866-1925 (person)

Satie arr. the Piège de Méduse to accompany the play in 1921; Sauguet met Satie ca. 1920. Cf. New Grove online. From the description of 7 dances du Piège de Méduse : piano : Erik Satie : manuscript, [after 1921] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 671537756 Charles Gounod's opéra-comique Le médecin malgré lui, with a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré, based on Molière's play, was first performed in 1858. For a revival at the Festival Français in Mont...

Mason, Emily (person)

Anglesey, M. (person)

Dumaine, Jacques, 1897- (person)

Richards, John Morgan, 1841-1918 (person)

Dillingham, Louise (Mrs. Walter) (person)

Brent, Helen C. C. (person)