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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Any forms of addressed and written communication sent and received, including letters, postcards, memorandums, notes, telegrams, or cables.

Found in 1070 Collections and/or Records:

Dante Gabriel Rossetti letter to William Houghton Clabburn, 1865 May 3

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 10
Call Number: MSS 31
Scope and Contents: "My dear Clabburn,Thanks for the £70 completing payment in full for the Magdalene picture, which will be done by the time named if not sooner. I shall be very glad to see you when in town, & hope you may be accompanied by Mrs. Clabburn.The Academy lectures [?] are generally "much of a muchness" I fear. I suppose, as things go, the Athenaeum is likely to be as tolerable as any. I have not yet seen the Exhibition myself. Sandys's...
Dates: 1865 May 3

Dante Gabriel Rossetti letter to William Houghton Clabburn, 1864 December 9?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 7
Call Number: MSS 31
Scope and Contents: "My [letterhead and salutation removed] I have sent your cheque to Legros telling him to sign a receipt. I enclose his & forward it to you -- also telling him what you say. Excuse haste & believe me,

Very truly yours

DG Rossetti"
Dates: 1864 December 9?

Dante Gabriel Rossetti letter to William Houghton Clabburn, before 1864 April 23?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 5
Call Number: MSS 31
Scope and Contents: "My dear Mr. Clabburn, The peacocks have arrived safely and are gorgeous beyond expression -- real treasures! I have housed them for the moment in a large disused servants' hall in the basement, but am going to have other provision made for them immediately. Many and many thanks for them --[Text lacking, due to removal of letterhead]The cock seems very tame and tractable - the hen less so as yet. Your experience of her is a warning I will bear in mind and...
Dates: before 1864 April 23?

Dante Gabriel Rossetti letter to William Houghton Clabburn, 1863 June 23?

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 4
Call Number: MSS 31
Scope and Contents: "My dear Mr. Clabburn,

Many thanks for the £70 received on account of the picture of Mary Magdalene commenced for you. I will get you a photograph, but may not be able to do it immediately.

With kind remembrances to yourself & Mrs Clabburn.

I am yours very truly,

DG Rossetti

[in margin:] When you are in town again I may probably have the picture forward."
Dates: 1863 June 23?

Anthropology Division Archives

 Collection
Call Number: ANTAR.000009
Overview: The miscellaneous archives of the Division of Anthropology.
Dates: 1902-2014

Division of Botany Archives

 Collection
Call Number: BOTAR.000001
Overview: The archives of the Division of Botany, icluding those of the Connecticut Botanical Society.
Dates: 1864-2014

Associates Of The Department Of Entomology Archives

 Collection
Call Number: ENTAR.001722
Overview: Miscellaneous Archives from associated people with in the department of Entomology.
Dates: 1920-1986

Division of Invertebrate Zoology Archives

 Collection
Call Number: IZAR.000949
Overview: These are the miscellaneous archives associated with the Division of the Invertebrate Zoology.
Dates: 1864-2014

Division of Paleobotany Archives

 Collection
Call Number: PBAR.000001
Overview: The archives of the Division of Paleobotany, including those of the Princteton University paleobotanical collections.
Dates: 1838-2014

Division of Vertebrate Paleontology Archives

 Collection
Call Number: VPAR.000239
Overview: These are the miscellaneous archives associated with the Division of Vertebrate Paleontology.
Dates: 1866-2014

Wilbur G Downs Archives

 Collection
Call Number: ENTAR.001850
Overview: The Archives of Wilbur G Downs.
Dates: 1961-1990

Draft of letter to Lord Falmouth., 1806 September 22

 Item — 3-42
Call Number: MSS 10
Scope and Contents: About the monument to "the late Mrs. Boswin" (i.e. Frances Evelyn Boscawen). On the verso of a printed Royal Academy notice.
Dates: 1806 September 22

Duncan Grant letter to Jane and Kenneth Clark, 1956 December 7

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 64
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1956 December 7

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1937 July 21

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 32
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1937 July 21

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1937

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 34
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1937

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1942 June 4

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 46
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1942 June 4

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1942 June

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 47
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1942 June

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1948 December 19

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 61
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1948 December 19

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1949 July 28

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 62
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1949 July 28

Duncan Grant letter to Jane Clark, 1961 April 18

 Item — Box 1: [39002106128789], Folder: 70
Call Number: MSS 39
Scope and Contents: Grant says that two of his artist friends, Robert Lotiron and a "M. Clairin" [probably Pierre-Eugène Clairin], are looking for works to include in an exhibition of English pictures for their "Autumn Salon" [Salon d'Automne]. He says that they would like to talk to Clark about the matter and gives him their address in Queen's Gate.
Dates: 1961 April 18