Cady Wells papers, 1913-1968.

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Wells, Cady, 1904-1954. Cady Wells papers, 1913-1968.

Cady Wells papers, 1913-1968.

Personal correspondence; diaries; business papers; personal documents; exhibition catalogs; clippings and a clipping scrapbook; photographs; watercolors; sketches and sketchbooks; printed material and notes and correspondence dealing with Wells' estate [REEL 1329 is exculsively photographs]. Correspondents include Merle Armitage, Craig Barton, Elizabeth Boyd, Myron Brinig, Andrew Dasburg, Martha Graham, Erick Hawkins, Una Jeffers, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Georgia O'Keeffe, Anne Parrish, Olive Rush, Alfred Stieglitz, Edith Warner, Mason Wells, and Edward Weston.

3.4 linear ft. (on 7 microfilm reels)

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