Clapp, Frederick Mortimer, 1879-1969
- Existence: 1879-07-26 - 1969-12-15
Frederick Mortimer Clapp (1879-1969), American art historian, educator, and poet, and first director of The Frick Collection
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: YCAL MSS 435
Overview: The Frederick Mortimer Clapp Papers consists of personal and professional correspondence, writings, research material, lecture notes, subject files, diaries, and other papers documenting Clapp's activities as an art historian, educator, and poet as well as his personal and professional relationships. Writings include drafts and proofs for Clapp's various collections of verse and other works such as A History of the 17th Aero Squadron (1920) and The Frick Collection : Paintings : Summary...
Dates: 1852-1969, bulk 1906-1969
Part of Collection — Box: 46, Folder: GROUP 918, F-1
Call Number: YCAL MSS MISC
Scope and Contents: One ALS discussing work and personal matters.
Dates: 1915 Nov 21
Call Number: YCAL MSS 45
Call Number: MS 415
Overview: The papers include correspondence, photographs, and writings which document the daily lives of the immediate family of John Rice and the activities of various members of the Blake and Seely families. Extensive correspondence concerns the construction and furnishing of the family home in Tarrytown, New York; of residences, travel, and schooling in California and Europe; and student life and teaching at the Sedgwick School, Yale University, Williams College, Acadia University, and Smith College.