Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964
- Existence: June 17, 1880 - December 21, 1964
Carl Van Vechten was a writer, photographer, collector, and patron of the arts.
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Mary A. Bell Drawings
John Breon papers
The papers contain correspondence, diaries, writings, subject files, and personal papers of John Breon concerning his World War II experiences, correspondents include Pat Carroll, Charles Cerbone, Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, and Carl Van Vechten.
James Branch Cabell collection
Carl Van Vechten correspondence
Carl Van Vechten letter to Walter White
Clippings file of the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection
Correspondence from Bruce Kellner to Herbert Coburn with photographs by Carl Van Vechten
Correspondence with Robert E. Finley, 1958-1959, n.d.
Fifteen pieces of correspondence consisting of 13 TLS from Van Vechten to Finley, with envelopes, and two typescript carbon letters from Finely to Van Vechten, chiefly concerning Gertrude Stein. With four black-and-white photographs of Stein by Van Vechten and printed material.
Currier & Ives Darktown Prints
Mina Kirstein Curtiss papers
The papers consist of personal and professional correspondence.
Muriel Draper Papers
Max Ewing collection
Arthur Davison Ficke Papers
The Arthur Davison Ficke Papers document the personal lives and literary interests of Arthur Davison and Gladys Brown Ficke. Major correspondents include Witter Bynner, Floyd Dell, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Edgar Lee Masters, and John Cowper Powys. In addition to manuscripts of Ficke's own works, the papers contain manuscripts of poems by Witter Bynner, Edgar Lee Masters, and others.
Earl E. Fisk papers
Jared French papers
Donald Clifford Gallup papers
Lawrence Gilman papers
The papers consist of letters to Lawrence Gilman from various writers, poets, editors, and musicians, including Winifred Welles, Carl Van Vechten, Winston Churchill, John Farrar, Otto Klemperer, Marian MacDowell, H. L. Mencken, Ezra Pound, Bruno Walter, John Butler Yeats, and William Butler Yeats. A small amount of letters are from Gilman family members and an unidentified correspondent. Other papers include a draft of Gilman's "Bach the Great Modern," two notebooks, and clippings.