Max Weber papers, 1904-1962.

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Weber, Max, 1881-1961. Max Weber papers, 1904-1962.

Max Weber papers, 1904-1962.

Correspondence; biographical notes; writings; photographs; scrapbooks; material relating to the American Artists Congress; exhibition catalogs and announcements; and clippings. Biographical material; manuscripts, essays and lectures; publicity clippings; exhibition catalogs, 1909-1958; correspondence, 1907-1958; and letters to Leonard and Adah van Noppen. Correspondence of Weber and of his family; files on the American Artists' Congress containing letters, statements by Weber, by-laws, and printed material; a file on the Downtown Gallery; photographs; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogs and announcements; and clippings. Correspondents include: Ben-Zion, George Biddle, Paul Burlin, Jean Charlot, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Arthur B. Davies, Stuart Davis, Harry Gottlieb, Abraham Harriton, Marsden Hartley, Zoltan Hecht, Milton Horn, Bernard Karfiol, Leon Kroll, J.B. Neumann, Barnett Newman, Mike Nevelson, George F. Of, Fred Reichman, William Sanger, Antoinette Schulte, John Sloan, Raphael Soyer, Joseph Stella, Alfred Stieglitz, James J. Sweeney, Nahum Tschacbasov, Charmion Von Wiegand, Forbes Watson, Lucia Wiley, Arthur H. Young, William Zorach, and others. Addresses, programs, announcements and texts of addresses from artists' political action groups, 1936-1947, including: the American Artists' Congress, 1936, the Young American Artists' Association, 1939; The Federation of Arts Unions, ca. 1937, protesting the abolition of the N.Y.C. Federal Arts Project; an untitled address about the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., April 2, 1941, criticizing the Graeco-Roman architecture of the building and commending a group of Italian and Dutch paintings in the collection; Artists' Front to Win the War, 1942; Workshop of Graphic Arts, ca. 1942; and Artists' League of America, 1947, criticizing a congressional investigation on the State Department art collection, formed and dissolved at that time.

13 microfilm reels.

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