Joseph Ternbach papers, 1915-1985.

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Ternbach, Joseph, d. 1982. Joseph Ternbach papers, 1915-1985.

Joseph Ternbach papers, 1915-1985.

Biographical material; correspondence with colleagues and customers including Mrs. Marcel Duchamp, John Woodman Higgins, Joseph Hirshhorn, Thomas T. Hoopes, Abram Lerner, Henry Moore, E.P. Richardson, and Homer Saint-Gaudens; letters from Alfred Barr concerning the restoration of Brancusi's BIRD IN FLIGHT; gold and silversmiths' association dues records, 1920-1935; invoices for restoration work, 1940-1980; by-laws for the gold and silversmiths' association, Vienna, 1919; printed articles by and about Ternbach, 1952-1974; announcements and catalogs for exhibitions of artifacts from Ternbach's collection, 1984-1985; and booklets about antiques.

1.0 linear ft.

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