James Edward Kelly papers, 1880-1957.


Kelly, James Edward, 1855-1933. James Edward Kelly papers, 1880-1957.

James Edward Kelly papers, 1880-1957.

Business correspondence; correspondence between Robert Bruce and George Hope Ryder (Kelly's patron) concerning Ryder's collection of sculpture by Kelly; a typescript of Kelly's memoirs with descriptions of New York City from the Civil War period to the 1930s and impressions of HARPER'S and SCRIBNER'S magazines, the National Academy of Design, Theodore Dreiser, Thomas A. Edison, Winslow Homer. Abraham Lincoln, Edgar Allen Poe, Albert Pinkham Ryder, Napoleon Sarony, Oscar Wilde, Admiral John L. Worden and others; and photos and reproductions of works of art. Inventory of George H. Ryder's art and furniture collection; and lists of pictures and bronzes of Ryder.

1.4 linear ft. (on 2 microfilm reels)

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