Ernest Haskell papers, 1892-1976.

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Haskell, Ernest, 1876-1925. Ernest Haskell papers, 1892-1976.

Ernest Haskell papers, 1892-1976.

Correspondence, photographs, writings, sketches, sketchbooks, scrapbook, and printed materials. Biographical information; correspondence, including 5 letters from John Marin; correspondence of Haskell's son, Ernest about his father; a lecture; a typed account of a canoe trip through the Everglades; writings on Haskell; sketches; a scrapbook; clippings and printed miscellany; and photographs. Family correspondence, principally between Ernest and his wife Emma; a biographical narrative about Ernest which was written by his daughter Hildegarde; five sketchbooks and nine printed items. 34 photographs of Haskell and his family. Correspondence, clippings, priced lists of his works, bills for their sale, catalogs and miscellaneous papers. Included are letters from the Print Club, Philadelphia, from R.F. Randolph, and 15 letters from John Taylor Arms to Ernest Haskell, Jr., 1946-1950, concerning his father.

ca. 419 items (on 4 microfilm reels)

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Haskell, Ernest, 1876-1925

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Painter, etcher, lithographer, illustrator, writer. Born in Connecticut; worked in art department of NEW YORK AMERICAN. Studied in Paris, returned to New York, created caricatures and posters. Famous for portrait of Joan and Jock Whitney. Settled in Maine. From the description of Ernest Haskell papers, 1892-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79271705 ...

Hartt, Hildegarde Haskell, 1910-

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