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Series II: Artwork and objects from Ashbery's Hudson, New York house, 1937-1995, undated

Call Number: YCAL MSS 1318, Series II

Scope and Contents

The artwork and objects from John Ashbery's Hudson, New York house are organized by room in sequence through the house. First floor rooms include the center hall, music room, downstairs library, dining room, butler's pantry, and kitchen. Second floor rooms include the second floor center hallway, art closet, second floor sitting room, second floor study, yellow room, and master bedroom. Other locations in the house represented in this series include the back staircase and the basement.


  • 1937-1995, undated


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

Materials in English and French.

Conditions Governing Access

From the Collection:

This collection is open for research.


53.91 Linear Feet ((44 boxes) + 2 broadside)

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