Charles Dana Gibson papers, 1902-1965.


Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944. Charles Dana Gibson papers, 1902-1965.

Charles Dana Gibson papers, 1902-1965.

Correspondence, exhibition announcements, and photographs. One letter, undated, to "Miss Bell" from Gibson. Typed copies of 11 letters from Gibson to his brother Langdon Gibson written during a Mediterranean cruise in 1902. He describes the yacht on which he and his wife sailed and port towns visited in Italy, Greece, Turkey, North Africa, Spain and Gibraltar. Letters from Everitt Shinn, Anthony Henry Young, Poultney Bigelow, Gifford Beal, Charles L. Naegle, Royal Cortissoz, museums and organizations; exhibition announcements from the Berry Hill Galleries; and 16 photographs of Gibson and his work.

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