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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: B, 1917-1929

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Bache, Jules S. Baker, George F. Baldwin, Charles Barnard, George Grey Barney Estate Company Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Bayer, Laura Becker, Margaret Berenson, Bernard Biddle, Antony J. Drexel, Jr. Bigelow, Henry Forbes Blair, C. Ledyard Bliss, Susan Dwight Blum, Albert Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs. George Boswell, Peyton Bosworth, W. W. Boulanger, Marcel Bouy, Jules Bradley, Edson Breck, Joseph Buckingham, Kate S.

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: C, 1917-1927

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Calder, Sen. William M. Caro, Juan Cass-Gilbert Chambers, W. B. Chase, Henry H. Chatain, Alfred Chenue, J. Cincinnati Art Museum Clark, Charles W. Clark, Stephen C. Codman, Ogden Coe, W. R. Cohen, William Coleman, Mary Louise Conley, John E. Coolidge, J. T. Cram, Ralph A. Cret, Paul Phillippe

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: D, 1917-1929

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Dalton, Henry G. Davison, H. P. Dearth, Mrs. H. Golden De Canson De Forest, Robert De Lamar, Alice de Montet, Dr. Charles Demotte, G. J. De Vasselot, Marquet de Wolfe, Elsie Dickerman, Watson B. Dillon, Clarence Dorr, Charles H. Dreicer & Co. Dreycer, Michael Duke, B. N.

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: E-F. 1914-1928

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Ehrman, Sidney M. Einstein, Mr. Farr, Daniel Fearon Galleries, Inc. Feulner, Dr. Fiorentini, S. Fletcher, Isaac D. Frank, Stuart H. Frick, Helen Clay Frick, Henry Clay Friedley, Mr. Friedsam, M.

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: G, 1918-1924

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Gerry, Mrs. Peter Glaenzer, Eugene Greenebaum, Fred H. Greene, Belle da Costa Guaranty Trust Company of New York

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: H-K, 1917-1924

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Haardt, Georges Harriman, Mrs. E. H. Helleu, Paul Hewitt, Erskine Higham, Neville Hofer, Martin Horowitz, L. J. Huegate, Wilson Huntington, Archer Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Jackson, Jr., Edwin E. James, Mrs. Arthur Curtiss Kahn, Otto H. Kent, H. W. Kessler, George Kieffer, H., Jr. King, Frederic Rhinelander Kleinberger, François Knoedler, Roland

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: L, 1919-1929

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Lachlan, Jane Law Lalor, John Charles Laurvik, J. Nilson Lazard Frères Lehman, Allan Lehman, Henri Lehman, Philip Levy, Julien (Julian Levi?) Lewisohn, Adolph Libbey, Edward Drummond Liébert Lowenstein, Alfred Luckenbach, Mrs. Edgar F.

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: M, 1917-1924

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Maass, Herbert H. Macy, Valentine E. Martin, Ella S. Mather, Samuel May, Pierre Mayer, B. W. McFadden, George McIlhenny, John D. McKinney, Mrs. Price Mellon, Andrew W. Meredith, Sir Vincent Merle & Cie. Metropolitan Museum of Art Milliken, Henry O. Morgan, Anne Morgan Harjes & Cie. Morgan, J. Pierpont (John Pierpont) Morgan Livermore & Co. Mortimer, Stanley Muchnic, Charles M.

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: N-R, 1917-1925

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents: Nathanson, Mrs. H. Nielsen, Schick Oakman, Mrs. J. Ochs, Adolph S. P. W. French & Co., Inc. Pam, Max Phipps, John S. [illegible] Pitcairn, Raymond Pope, John Russell Réau, Louis Reid, D. G. Rey, Anna Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton (Eleanor E.) Robinson, Edward G. Rockefeller, John D., Jr. Rogers, Henry H. Rosenbach, A. D. Rosenbach, A. W. Rowe, L. Earle (Rhode Island School of Design)

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Jacques Seligmann & Co. records, Paris Office Correspondence: S, 1917-1924

Jacques Seligmann & Co. Records are one of the richest resources for provenance research at the Archives of American Art. Jacques Seligmann & Co. were international art galleries established in 1880 in Paris, France, and had a second location in New York which opened in 1904. The Paris Office correspondence, dated 1914 to 1930, the bulk of which dates from 1921 to 1924, primarily documents the time in which the Paris Office was the main headquarters of Jacques Seligmann & Co. It includes letters written by Jacques Seligmann from the Paris office to United States clients, collectors and business associates; and letters concerning possible and realized sales and purchases. This project contains letters from the following correspondents Sachs, Arthur Sachs, Harry Sachs, Paul J. Salomon, William Samuels, Mitchell Satinover, Joseph Schiff, Mortimer L. Schiffer, Jack W. Schiffer, Sam Schinasi, Leon Schuster, Dick Scott & Fowles Severance, John L. Sieben, J. Stern, Mrs. Benjamin Stern, Kenneth Gibson Sterner, Albert Stettenheim, I. M. Steyne, Alan Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T. Stransky, Josef Straus, Jesse I. Straus, Lionel F. [illegible] Straus, Mrs. S. W. Strauss, Lewis L.

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