Viewing page 11 of 22
It looks like you're using a mobile device. We recommend using a physical keyboard for transcription entry.
[[underlined]] SALTONSTALL [[/underlined]], Mrs. R. M. 8 - Millet "Sheepshearer" 121- Sargent "Trees & Pond" [[underlined]] BUNDY [[/underlined]], Mrs. Harvey H. res: 133 Beacon St. - he is partner, Choate, Hall & Stewart 94 - Pissarro - Brouillard - Matin [[underlined]] THOMAS [[/underlined]], Mrs. Washington B., Boston - there are two in tel. book (NOT IN POORS): 177 Orchard St. 55 Woodbine, Newton, Mass. 96 - Raeburn "Sir Walter Scott" [[underlined]] COOLIDGE [[/underlined]], Wm. A. 97 - Ramsay "Portrait of a Man" [[underlined]] HERMAN [[/underlined]], Mrs. William - wife of a doctor - 52 Pickney St., Boston 110 - de Ribera "St. Francis de Paula [[underlined]] PEABODY [[/underlined]], Miss Amelia Studio: 30 Ipswich, Boston Res: 120 Commonwealth Ave., Boston 111- Rigaud "Jean Van Loo" [[underlined]] WHITRIDGE [[/underlined]], Mr. & Mrs. Arnold, 116 College St., New Haven NOT IN POORS 113 Hubert Robert "The Fountain" 124 Sisley "Bord de Riviere" - Hampton Court Sept. 1943 she was living at 151 East 79th St., NYC, and her husband was overseas - did NOT want to sell. [[underlined]] SHARPE [[/underlined]], Mrs. Henry D. Providence 116 - Henri Rousseau "L'Ombrelle Rose" [[underlined]] SOBY [[/underlined]], James T., Farmington, Conn. 117 - Henri Rousseau "The Goatherd" [[underlined]] STEELE [[/underlined]], Fletcher NOT IN POORS - landscape architect, res: 48 Beacon St. 119 - Russian 15-16th Century "St. George & the Dragon" [[underlined]] LYMAN [[/underlined]], Mrs. Henry NOT IN POORS - Elm St., Canton 128 - Stuart "Robert Gould Shaw" 129 - Stuart "Mrs. Robert Gould Shaw [[underlined]] NORTON [[/underlined]], The Misses (too vague to identify) Boston Tintoretto "Adoration of Shepherds" Tintoretto "Man" attributed to Veronese "Lady of the Contarini family"
Please note that the language and terminology used in this collection reflects the context and culture of the time of its creation, and may include culturally sensitive information. As an historical document, its contents may be at odds with contemporary views and terminology. The information within this collection does not reflect the views of the Smithsonian Institution, but is available in its original form to facilitate research. For questions or comments regarding sensitive content, access, and use related to this collection, please contact email@example.com.