Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1912-1943.

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Keppel, Frederick P. (Frederick Paul), 1875-1943. Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1912-1943.

Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1912-1943.

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Frederick Keppel & Co.

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Art gallery at 4 East 39th St., New York, N.Y. From the description of Frederick Keppel & Co exhibition catalogs, [undated] and 1916-1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122648223 ...

Eby, Kerr, 1890-1946

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Based on a trip Eby made to England and France in 1924-1925. From the description of Rye marshes [graphic] / Eby. 1929. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 45266651 Artist and illustrator, Westport, Conn., born in Japan to Methodist missionaries. He moved to the U.S. at 18 to pursue a career in art. His illustrations appeared in the magazines "Life" and "The Century." From the description of Letter : Westport, Conn., to Mrs. [Evelyn] Frichter, [Providence, R....

Keppel, Frederick P. (Frederick Paul), 1875-1943

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Frederick Keppel was Carl Zigrosser's dean at Columbia University. Keppel took a personal interest in Zigrosser, and their letters cover Zigrosser's employment at Keppel & Co., Zigrosser's stand on conscientious objection during World War I (Keppel was with the War Department at the time), print purchases made by Keppel while he was with the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and Zigrosser's books. Included is a 1924 etching by Kerr Eby for Keppel & Co. From the description of...

Carnegie corporation of New York

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The World Center for Women's Archives was created by Mary Ritter Beard in 1936 to collect material on women in the United States and abroad on the grounds that without documents women would continue to be excluded from written history. A secondary purpose was to encourage research an teaching on women's history. The WCWA was disolved in 1941 due to financial problems, and the outbreak of World War II; collections were distributed to Radcliffe and Smith Colleges, and other universities and librar...