Henry Gurdon Marquand Papers, 1852-1903 (bulk, 1868-1903).

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Marquand, Henry Gurdon, 1819-1902. Henry Gurdon Marquand Papers, 1852-1903 (bulk, 1868-1903).

Henry Gurdon Marquand Papers, 1852-1903 (bulk, 1868-1903).

The Henry Gurdon Marquand Papers contain correspondence with artists and dealers, receipts, inventories, and notes that document his activity as an art collector and patron of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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