Letters received, 1896-1918.


Letters received, 1896-1918.

The letters contain discussions of sale prices and commissions; exhibitions at the Clausen galleries; the packing, transport, and delivery of art works (many of them portraits); and the design and manufacture of frames, as Clausen apparently made frames as well.

ca. 293 items.

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