John Weichsel papers, 1905-1922.

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Weichsel, John, 1870-1946. John Weichsel papers, 1905-1922.

John Weichsel papers, 1905-1922.

Correspondence; lists; catalogs; publications; and material relating mainly to the People's Art Guild. Correspondence, lists, catalogs and publications. Correspondents include John H. Alger, Gifford Beal, George Bellows, Ben Benn, Thomas Hart Benton, Oscar Bluemner, Louis Bouche, Horace Brodzky, Glenn O. Coleman, Stuart Davis, Robert Delaunay, Henry Glintenkamp, Bernard Gussow, Samuel Halpert, Abraham Harriton, Robert Henri, Leon Kroll, Adelaide Lawson (Gaylor), Florence N. Levy, Stanton MacDonald-Wright, Gus Mager, Henry A. Mathes, William Meyerowitz, Kenneth H. Miller, Mary H. Mowbray-Clarke, Jerome Myers, Elie Nadelman, John F. Parker, Jules Pascin, Abraham Phillips (Tromka), Maurice Prendergast, Man Ray, Paul Rohland, John Sloan, Maurice Sterne, Alfred Stieglitz, Robert Vonnoh, Abraham Walkowitz, Max Weber, Willard H. Wright (S.S. Van Dine), Marguerite and William Zorach. Correspondence; form letters and announcements; statement on art and its relation to artists, the public, and art institutions; exhibition catalogs and announcements, including an announcement signed by John Sloan; various lists of artist's addresses and their works; and a circular from Paget Club Paper Exchange. Correspondents include Mrs. Maurice Sterne, John Sloan, and Willard H. Wright (aka S.S. Van Dine).

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