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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins

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Throughout his long and distinguished career as a writer and museum administrator, LLOYD GOODRICH (1897-1987) remained a devoted advocate of American art and artists, working tirelessly to elevate both their historic and contemporary status. He published several important monographs, including works on Thomas Eakins, Edward Hopper, Albert Pinkham Ryder, Winslow Homer, and Reginald Marsh, and organized major exhibitions about these and many other artists during his 57-year association with the Whitney Museum of American Art. At the time of his death, Goodrich was considered a preeminent figure in the American art world, and one of the foremost authorities on Eakins, Ryder, and Homer, artists on which he kept extensive research files throughout his life.

Goodrich was born in Nutley, New Jersey on July 10, 1897, the youngest of Henry Wickes and Madeleine Lloyd Goodrich's five children. Goodrich's father was a lawyer with literary and artistic interests, and a liberal bent. His mother was an avid reader, particularly of Henry James. Goodrich's siblings, from oldest to youngest, were: Constance, Frances (who married Albert Hackett and, with him, wrote several famous screenplays including "It's a Wonderful Life" and "The Diary of Anne Frank"), William, and Caroline. Rather than following the family tradition of attending Amherst College, Goodrich opted to pursue a career as an artist. He enrolled in the Art Students League where he studied under Kenneth Hayes Miller from 1913-1915. Between late 1915 and Summer 1916, he studied under Douglas Volk at the more conservative National Academy of Design, and then under Hamilton Easter Field in Ogunquit, Maine. By the end of 1916, Goodrich returned to the Art Students League. Upon completion of his studies in 1918, Goodrich had a "loss of faith," deciding that while he had an innate sense of color, he lacked the draughtsmanship skills to sustain a successful career as an artist.

After spending five years in the business world, Goodrich took a job in the religious book department of Macmillian Company in 1923. The following year, he married Edith Havens, a teacher of costume illustration at the YWCA, and began writing about art. His first article, on Winslow Homer, was published that year by The Arts, a progressive magazine subsidized by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. The magazine's editor, Forbes Watson, soon hired Goodrich to serve as associate editor of the magazine, a post he held until 1929, with the exception of an eleven-month hiatus between November 1927 and October 1928, when he and his wife lived in Europe and he assumed the role of the magazine's European editor. In 1929, Goodrich became assistant art critic for the New York Times and contributing editor for The Arts. The following year, Goodrich was commissioned by The Arts to write a book on his former teacher, Kenneth Hayes Miller.

Around this same time, Goodrich became seriously interested in the art and life of Thomas Eakins, then a relatively under-appreciated artist. With the encouragement and initial financial backing of his boyhood friend, Reginald Marsh, Goodrich conceived the idea of writing the first monograph dedicated to Eakins. Marsh was married to Betty Burroughs, the daugther of Bryson Burroughs, the curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art responsible for organizing a memorial exhibition of Eakins's work in 1917. Burroughs's son, Alan, had by this point published the first checklist of works by Eakins, in The Arts in 1924. Goodrich's monograph may never have materialized if it were not for his association with this magazine, or more specifically, with its patroness and her close associate, Julianna Force.

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, a sculptor and one of the wealthiest women in early-20th-century America, played a major role in the progressive American art scene. In addition to underwriting The Arts, Whitney funded the Whitney Studio Club and its successor, the Whitney Studio Galleries, institutions dedicated to showing artists outside the established, academic circle. Julianna Force, Whitney's personal assistant and close friend, directed both these institutions. When Whitney committed to the founding of the first museum dedicated to American art in 1930, she appointed Force as its director. Force had met Goodrich through her involvement with The Arts on Whitney's behalf, and asked him to join the staff of the Whitney Museum of American Art as a writer even before it opened to the public. Goodrich initially declined, citing his commitment to finish the Eakins monograph, at which point Force offered him a salary to complete the book.

With the financial backing of the book secured, Goodrich was free to concentrate on his research. Between 1930 and 1933, he travelled to Philadelphia several times to visit Susan Eakins, the artist's widow. Susan still lived in the house where Thomas had grown up and owned many of his unsold paintings. During these visits, Goodrich took pains to copy all of the primary source material Susan Eakins made available to him, including the couple's correspondence, the notebook Thomas kept while studying in Europe, and two record books which Susan and Thomas made of his works. Some letters Susan Eakins transcribed for Goodrich, editing them somewhat as she deemed necessary. Goodrich also interviewed many of Eakins's friends, sitters, relatives, students and other associates. Years later, he recalled, "I used to stay in the old Rittenhouse Hotel, and I used to come back in the evening after interviewing two or three people who had Eakinses, and I would sit up until midnight writing everything out that they had told me, while it was fresh in my mind." For each work of art he examined and identified, Goodrich made an individual catalog entry with extensive information, including physcial data such as the size, medium, and support, the signature, and its provenance and exhibition history. Goodrich also made a detailed sketch of each work, because at the time he was not using a camera. Goodrich's research resulted in "Thomas Eakins: His Life and Work," published in 1933 and including an extensive biography and a catalogue raisonne with 515 entries, far more works than anyone had previously identified.

Following the book's publication, Goodrich took on progressively more important roles at the Whitney Museum of American Art, becoming Research Curator in 1935, Associate Curator in 1947, Associate Director in 1948, and then Director between 1958 and his retirement in 1968, at which point he became an Advisory Director and later, in 1971, Director Emeritus. Goodrich organized many important exhibitions for the Museum, including: "Winslow Homer: Centenary Exhibition" (1936); "Pioneers of Modern Art in America" (1946); "Albert P. Ryder: Centenary Exhibition" (1947); "Yasuo Kuniyoshi" (1948); "Max Weber" (1949); "Edward Hopper" (1949); "John Sloan" (1952); "Reginald Marsh" (1955); "Four American Expressionists: Doris Caesar, Chaim Gross, Karl Knaths, Abraham Rattner" with John I. H. Baur (1959); "Edward Hopper" (1964); "Edwin Dickinson" (1965); "Raphael Soyer" (1967); "Georgia O'Keeffe" with Doris Bry (1970); "Thomas Eakins" (1970); "Edward Hopper" (1971); and "Winslow Homer" (1973). During his tenure, the Whitney developed from a private collection into a major public cultural institution, moved to its present quarters designed by Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith in 1966, and built a major collection of work by living American artists.

Goodrich's influence in the art world during these years extended well beyond the Whitney. In addition to his work on Eakins and the many catalogs produced in conjunction with Whitney exhibitions, Goodrich published monographs on Winslow Homer (1944, 1959), Albert Pinkham Ryder (1959), Edward Hopper (1971), and Reginald Marsh (1972). He also served on the editorial board of several important art magazines, specifically The Magazine of Art, The Art Bulletin, Art in America, New Art in America, and American Art Journal, as well as on the board of a number of art advocacy groups and government commissions. Between 1933 and 1934, he was in charge of the New York Regional Committee, Public Works of Art Project, part of the Works Project Administration, which hired artists to create public murals and sculpture. Between 1954 and 1974, Goodrich served on the National Council on Arts and Government, and through it, played a major role in the founding of the National Endowment for the Arts in 1965. In addition to more government support for contemporary artists, Goodrich advocated paying artists for lending works to exhibitions as well as giving them part of the proceeds from such shows. Goodrich recognized artists as among the country's most "underprivileged citizens," explaining "It is a paradox, sad but true, that many artists live by teaching others a profession in which they themselves don't make a living--except by teaching" (Bridgeport Sunday Post, January 17, 1965).

Goodrich was also very concerned with the problem of forgeries in American art, presenting on this topic at the College Art Association of America in January 1942. Together with his wife Edith, Goodrich kept copious files on all known works not only by Eakins, but also by Ryder and Homer. In addition, he compiled material about dubious and fake works passed off as the work of these artists. In an attempt to remedy this troublesome problem for American artists in the future, he proposed and founded the American Art Research Council, a consortium of thirty museums and universities devoted to collecting written and visual records of works by contemporary American artists.

By the early 1960s, Goodrich began plans for a revised version of his 1933 book on Eakins. Through his compilation of extensive archives on the artist, he had unearthed approximately 85 works by Eakins not included in the original publication. In addition, he had published only a very small portion of the Eakins correspondence, record books, and notebooks he had copied in the 1930s. These copies had grown enormously in importance over the years as some of the originals were destroyed following the death of Susan Eakins in 1938. Other letters survived, but passed to Charles Bregler and his wife, who prevented scholars from seeing or using the material. Thus, Goodrich's archives had become the single most important source for primary material about Eakins, and he fielded frequent requests from scholars seeking use of the material. Goodrich wanted to publish this material before granting others the right to do so.

In 1965, Goodrich signed a contract with Harvard University Press and the National Gallery Art to produce the book. Initially, he hoped to publish the biography and catalogue raisonne at the same time. However, it became apparent from the amount of new research on Eakins since 1933, and the extensive additions to his own files and records, that more than one volume would be necessary. Time limitations and other commitments delayed the publication of the biographical portion, produced in two volumes, until 1982. Goodrich was still at work on the catalogue raisonne portion in 1987 when he died of cancer at the age of 89. The death of his wife, Edith, who had assisted him diligently in his research on Eakins and other artists for over fifty years, preceded his by three years. Prior to his death, Goodrich, in conjunction with representatives from the Whitney Museum of American Art, made plans for the disposition of his archival records related to Eakins, Homer, and Ryder. While the Philadelphia Museum of Art received his records related to Eakins, his Ryder material was given to the Department of Special Collections at the University of Delaware and his files on Winslow Homer were presented to the Graduate Center and the City University of New York.

According to Lloyd Goodrich's 1982 assessment, THOMAS COWPERTHRAIT EAKINS (1844-1916) is recognized today as America's "strongest purely realistic artist" of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Eakins is also the American artist most inextricably linked to the city of Philadelphia, the place in which he found both inspiration and despair throughout his career.

Born in Philadelphia on July 25, 1844, Eakins was the first of five children of Benjamin and Caroline Cowperthwait Eakins. In the fall of 1857, the young Eakins entered the city's elite Central High School, and throughout his four years there received high marks in mathematics, science, and languages, particularly French, as well as drawing. Upon graduation he assisted his father as a calligrapher and an instructor of penmanship. When he failed to receive a teaching position at his alma mater in the fall of 1862, Eakins registered for classes at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA), also in Philadelphia. His earliest studies there were classes in drawing from antique casts and lectures in anatomy. In February 1863, he was admitted to the life drawing classes and apparently continued at the Academy until 1866. In 1864 when he became eligible to be drafted for the Civil War, Eakins paid the $24 fee to exempt him from conscription. The year after the war, Eakins was accepted for study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and sailed for Paris during the fall of 1866. His only time living outside of Philadelphia, Eakins began his studies at the Ecole, drawing from nude models and working in the studio of Jean-Léon Gérôme. Later, on his own, he began to paint. Before returning permanently to the states in 1870, Eakins made several excursions to other countries, including Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Belgium. He also spent approximately six months in Spain, specifically at Seville and Madrid. In the latter city Eakins visited the Prado, filling a notebook with his observations of the paintings he studied there.

Upon his return to Philadelphia, Eakins set up a studio in his family's home and began painting, using family members as his subjects. During this time, specifically 1870 to 1874, Eakins painted a series of oils and watercolors epitomizing his ties to Philadelphia in his depictions of the sport of rowing on the Schuylkill River. As Darrel Sewell described in the catalog to a 1982 exhibition, through these works, Eakins brought "the memories, knowledge, and sentiment that he thought imperative for an artist to have. His motivation...was his enjoyment of the familiar landscape, his friendship and admiration for his skilled companions and his own personal enthusiasm for the sport." The paintings were Eakins's examination of the elements he considered most important for an artist to study--light, color and form.

In the spring of 1871 Eakins exhibited for the first time in public at the third art reception of the Union League of Philadelphia, and received mixed reviews. During the next five years, Eakins participated in approximately a half-dozen exhibitions, including a few in Paris and London. In the hopes of attracting public commissions, he began painting life-size portraits of prominent individuals. He also painted "Grouse," a portrait of the dog owned by the photographer Henry Schreiber. It is the first known work that Eakins based on a photograph, which underscores the artist's interest in and use of photography in his paintings, a theme recently revisited by current scholarship. Eakins also continued his anatomy studies through the Jefferson Medical College, where he registered to attend the surgical demonstrations of Dr. Samuel David Gross and anatomy lectures with Dr. Joseph Pancoast. A mixed culmination to all these experiences came in 1876 with the Centennial International Exhibition, hosted in Philadelphia. Eakins showed five paintings in the art exhibition. However, his ambitious painting entitled, "The Gross Clinic," was rejected for its graphic depiction of an operation and was ignominiously moved to the Army Hospital.

The fall of 1876 proved more fruitful for Eakins. He joined PAFA as a volunteer assistant to Christian Schussele, professor of drawing and painting, and as a dissection assistant to Dr. William W. Keen. He also met Susan Hannah Macdowell, a new student at the Academy who would become his wife in 1884. When Schussele died in 1879, Eakins was selected as his successor, and the following year he began his formal lectures. He also purchased his first camera, which as scholars today explain, he used like a sketchbook--making photographic records of what he saw. While the first half of the decade brought additional exhibitions and commissions for Eakins, including a portrait of the President of the United States for the Union League of Philadelphia, as well as his first commissioned sculpture for a Philadelphia merchant, the year 1886 began with disappointment and disgrace. In a class attended by female students, Eakins removed the loincloth of a nude male model. Several parents expressed outrage. In response, the chairman of the Committee on Instruction requested Eakins's resignation, which he submitted on February 9, 1886. In protest, 38 of Eakins students also resigned and established the Art Students' League of Philadelphia, so that Eakins could continue his life classes. This gesture of support, however, was unfortunately offset by the considerable coverage Eakins's dismissal received in the local press and national art publications. For more than a year, Eakins virtually stopped painting. To combat the acute depression, Eakins traveled to the Dakota Territory and for three months photographed and sketched cowboys. Upon his return, Eakins began lecturing in New York City, and again began to show in exhibitions, including PAFA's annual exhibition of 1891.

Continued success came with the new century. In addition to receiving commissions, several of Eakins's portraits earned awards. From 1901 to 1909, Eakins served as a juror to annual exhibitions for the Carnegie Institute and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In its annual exhibition of 1915, the latter institution featured the portrait of Mrs. Talcott Williams, which Eakins painted in the early 1890s. It was well-received by the press. By that time, failing eyesight had left the artist essentially housebound. Eakins died June 25, 1916. Not long after the artist's death, the Metropolitan Museum of Art held a memorial exhibition in November of 1917, with PAFA following suit a month later.

While the posthumous exhibitions devoted to Eakins, which have carried into the 21st century, continue to solidify his reputation as one of America's greatest artists, they also underscore the irony of the contemporary criticism Eakins endured through much of his career. The realism Goodrich singled out as Eakins's most unique characteristic was usually the point of contention. In 1881, Earl Shinn, an old acquaintance and early supporter of Eakins, associated the "brutal exactitude" of his works to a "...scientific mind that has made the mistake of taking up art..." By 1894 such comments led Eakins to conclude, "My honors are misunderstanding, persecution [and] neglect, enhanced because unsought."

Chronology

July 10, 1897 LLOYD GOODRICH is born to Henry Wickes and Madeleine Lloyd Goodrich in Nutley, New Jersey.

1913-1915 Studies painting under Kenneth Hayes Miller at the Art Students League.

Fall 1915-Spring 1916 Studies painting under Douglas Volk at the National Academy of Design.

Summer 1916 Studies painting under Hamilton Easter Field in Ogunquit, Maine.

Fall 1916-1918 Resumes sudies at the Art Student League.

1918-1923 Pursues a career in business. Four of these five years spent working in the steel industry.

1923-1925 Works at Macmillan Company in the religious book department.

January 12, 1924 Marries Edith Havens from Brooklyn, New York.

1925-1927 Associate Editor for "The Arts."

November 1927-October 1928 European Editor for "The Arts." With his wife Edith, Goodrich travels to France, Italy, England, Belgium, Holland, and Germany.

1928-1929 Associate Editor for "The Arts."

1929 Assistant Art Critic for "The New York Times."

1929-1931 Contributing Editor for "The Arts."

August 22, 1930 First child, David, born.

1930 Joins staff of the Whitney Museum of American Art as researcher and writer of monographs on American artists. The Museum officially opens to the public on November 18, 1931.

1930 Publishes "Kenneth Hayes Miller" (The Arts), about his former instructor.

1931 Publishes "H. E. Schnakenberg" as part of the Whitney Museum of American Art's American artists series.

September 28, 1933 Second child, Madeline, born in Fall River, Massachusetts.

1933 Publishes "Thomas Eakins: His life and work."

1933-1934 In charge of the New York Regional Committee, Public Works of Art Project, the part of the Works Project Administration which hired artists to create public murals and sculpture.

1935-1947 Serves as Research Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art.

1935-1986 Organizes several exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art and wrote the accompanying catalog, including: "American Genre: The Social Scene in Paintings and Prints (1800-1935)" (1935); "Winslow Homer: Centenary Exhibition" (1936); "A Century of American Landscape Painting 1800 to 1900" (1938); "Pioneers of Modern Art in America" (1946); "Ralph Albert Blakelock: Centenary Exhibition" (1947); "Albert P. Ryder: Centenary Exhibition" (1947); "Yasuo Kuniyoshi" (1948); "Max Weber" (1949); "Edward Hopper" (1949); "John Sloan" (1952); "Reginald Marsh" (1955); "Four American Expressionists: Doris Caesar, Chaim Gross, Karl Knaths, Abraham Rattner" with John I. H. Baur (1959); "Edward Hopper" (1964); "Edwin Dickinson" (1965); "Art of the United States, 1670-1966" (1966); "Raphael Soyer" (1967); "The Graphic Art of Winslow Homer" (1968); "John Heliker" with Patricia FitzGerald Mandel (1968); "Georgia O'Keeffe" with Doris Bry (1970); "Edward Hopper" (1971); "Winslow Homer" (1973); and "Winslow Homer in Monochrome" with Abigail Booth Gerdts (1986).

1941-1987 Life member of the Art Students League.

1942-1950 Chairman of the editorial board of "The Magazine of Art."

1942-1987 Founding member of the American Art Research Council, a consortium of museums devoted to collecting written and visual records about contemporary works of American art. During Goodrich's tenure as director of this organization, the Whitney Museum of American Art becomes a major center of scholarly research on mid-20th century American art.

1942-1987 Trustee, American Federation of Arts; from 1957-1962 he serves as chairman of this organization, and from 1962-1987 is the hononary vice president.

1943-1961 Member of the editorial board of "The Art Bulletin."

1944 Publishes the monograph, "Winslow Homer" (Whitney Museum of American Art).

1946-1970 Member of the editorial board of "Art in America" magazine.

1946-1983 Commissioner of the National Collection of Fine Arts (later the National Museum of American Art), Smithsonian Institution; Goodrich is Commissioner Emeritus from 1983 to 1987.

1947-1948 Associate Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art.

1948-1954 Chairman, Committee on Government and Art.

1948-1958 Associate Director, Whitney Museum of American Art.

1954 Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

1954-1974 Member of the National Council on Arts and Government. Through his involvement with this council, and as its vice-chairman from 1962 to 1974, Goodrich plays a major role in the founding of the National Endowment for the Arts.

1955 Publishes essay "Thomas Cowperthwait Eakins," in "The One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition" catalog published by the Pennsyvlania Academy of Fine Arts.

1956-1987 Vice president of the Sara Roby Foundation.

1957 Contributor to the magazine, "New Art in America"

1958-1968 Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

1959 Publishes monographs on Albert P. Ryder and Winslow Homer as part of the Great American Artists series published by G. Braziller.

1960-1963 Member of the Advisory Committee, Art for the White House.

1960-1987 Member of the Advisory Committee, Archives of American Art.

1961 Publishes catalog to the Whitney Museum of American Art collection in conjunction with associate director John I. H. Baur, "American Art of our Century."

1965-1972 Member of the Board of Directors, The Edward MacDowell Association.

1966 Oversees the completion of and move into the Whitney Museum of American Art's new quarters designed by Marcel Breuer and Hamilton Smith.

1968 Whitney Museum of American Art receives by bequest the Hopper collection from the artists's widow, due in part to Goodrich's reputation as the outstanding scholar of Edward Hopper at the time.

1968-1971 Advisory Director and Trustee of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

1970 Organizes major retrospective of works by Thomas Eakins. Goodrich also writes the accompanying catalog and delivers a series of lecture in conjunction with this show.

1970-1975 President of the Edith Gregor Halpert Foundation.

1971 Publishes monograph, "Edward Hopper" (H. N. Abrams).

1971-1987 Director Emeritus and Honorary Trustee, Whitney Museum of American Art.

1972 Publishes monograph,"Reginald Marsh" (H. N. Abrams), a close friend of his from boyhood.

1972-1987 Member of the editorial board of "The American Art Journal."

1973-1985 Chairman of the Board of Managers of the Wyeth Endowment for American Art.

1973-1987 Member of the Board of Directors of the Friends of American Art in Religion.

1982 Publishes "Thomas Eakins"

May 2, 1984 Edith Havens Goodrich dies.

March 27, 1987 Lloyd Goodrich dies in New York City.

    Works Consulted
  1. (Cambridge, Mass.: Published for the National Gallery of Art [by] Harvard University Press, 1982) Goodrich, Lloyd, 1897-Thomas Eakins.
  2. (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1982) Sewell, Darrel, 1939-Thomas Eakins: artist of Philadelphia.
  3. [. . . with essays by Kathleen A. Foster ... [et al.] ; chronology by Kathleen Brown. (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2001) Sewell, Darrel, 1939-Thomas Eakins.

With the 1933 publication of the first monograph of the American artist Thomas Eakins, Lloyd Goodrich became one of the earliest modern writers to study the artist, whose posthumous reputation was only beginning to be revitalized. As this collection makes evident, Goodrich never lost interest in Eakins. Comprised of correspondence, drafts, extensive notes and lists, photographs, a variety of published references, and numerous photocopies, the collection documents approximately half a century of the research and writing Goodrich devoted to the artist. While this material focuses primarily on Eakins's life and oeuvre, it in turn serves as working evidence of Goodrich's lifelong advocacy of American art and artists. The collection also illustrates Goodrich's evolving methodologies and resources, as a first-time author to seasoned writer and museum administrator.

The arrangement of the collection presents the material in two groups--the first is comprised of three series defined primarily by format, and consists of material Goodrich would have compiled for any or all of his studies. The second group consists of five series that document specific works by Goodrich that were published, presented, or, in the case of the catalog raisonné and dubious files, were ongoing projects, never completed.

The first group begins with the "Correspondence and related material" series, which consists primarily of Goodrich's correspondence with other scholars of Eakins as well as graduate students requesting information or access to Goodrich's records of the artist. The "Research" series is comprised of Goodrich's general reference files on people and subjects related to Thomas Eakins and his work. The "People" subseries contains primary source material related to Thomas Eakins, his wife Susan Macdowell Eakins, and other contemporaries, such as students, sitters, and friends. The "Subjects" subseries contains research material on a variety of topics, such as the art schools at which Eakins taught and pertinent art and archival collections. The "Reference" series consists primarily of newspaper clippings, periodical articles, and books about Thomas Eakins that Goodrich did not write. Much of the material contains his marginal notations.

The second group begins the "Dubious" series which underscores Goodrich's recognition as the preeminent authority on Thomas Eakins. Most of the material is correspondence with owners of possible works by Eakins who were referred to Goodrich or sought his advice in order to establish authenticity. Photographs, notes, and sketches by Goodrich are also included. The next four series document Goodrich's planned and executed publications and lectures. Records of Goodrich's first published study of the artist are in the "Thomas Eakins: his life and work (1933)." Material includes notes documenting Goodrich's earliest musings and outlines for this type of study, as well as research strategies and sources. Other material relates to the book's production and distribution, and some reviews are also included. Although there is some correspondence documenting Goodrich's attempts to locate works of art, he apparently transferred the more informative letters and related notes and sketches to the working files of a catalogue raisonné, which he began compiling approximately 30 years later. By the 1960s, Goodrich envisioned a two-volume publication that would revise his 1933 catalog. One volume would be devoted to a narrative of the artist's life, while the second would be a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné. His intention was realized only in part with the 1982 publication of "Thomas Eakins," a two-volume biographical study, and the subject of the next series. Most of the material consists of Goodrich's manuscript and typescript revisions, with copious research material mixed within the various drafts. The series also includes original and photocopied papers related to Goodrich's 1933 book, as well as material documenting the production and distribution of the catalog, including a complete proof of the book, and transparencies and negatives for the illustrations.

Encompassing Goodrich's first to last thoughts on Thomas Eakins, the "Catalogue raisonné" series comprises the largest portion of material. Its dates span a 50-year work in progress that was never completed, and remains unpublished. Most of the material consists of the catalog entry forms, correspondence, notes and assorted clippings and ephemera related to the approximately 600 works of art Goodrich intended to include in his revised study, and which he originally maintained in 20 binders. Photographs of most of the works, which he kept in an additional 12 binders, are also included. In addition to this material, which served as Goodrich's "master catalog," the series contains his working notes, partial writing drafts, and additional research material, which substantiated most of the observations Goodrich noted in his binders. The final series, "Other writings," refers to additional works by Goodrich, most of which were written between 1925 and 1970. The series contains manuscripts, typescripts, notes, and other material related to articles, exhibition catalog essays, encyclopedia entries, book reviews, and lectures related to Eakins, as well as audiotapes and an extensive collection of slides. Some of Goodrich's published material on Thomas Nash, George Luks, John Singleton Copley, David Morrison, Pierre Auguste Rodin, Auguste Renoir, landscape painting, and abstract art are also included.

Overall, much of the material comprising this collection shares certain characteristics that suggest Goodrich's working style. Based on certain annotations, Goodrich worked concurrently out of three "offices," and at each site he apparently kept a separate set of notes and other papers. Folders originally marked for "WMAA" designate papers Goodrich intended to use at the Whitney Museum of Art, while papers marked "1349" were for use at his New York City residence--1349 Lexington Avenue. Goodrich's home in Little Compton, located on the Sakonnet Point of Rhode Island, served as the third office space. Those papers are marked "Little Compton" or "Sakonnet." While some of these sets were exact duplicates and therefore removed, other seemingly similar sets have been retained because each contains different annotations, which at times vary only slightly. Which set he worked on first is not often obvious. The date Goodrich would note on many of his manuscript papers is also ambiguous. It could reflect the date he compiled, revised, or simply reviewed and "checked" the material. This collection also makes evident the assistance Goodrich received from his wife Edith, particularly in carrying out much of the library research. The amount and date span of papers obviously in her hand or marked "EHG," suggest her contribution was constant and significant.

DIGITAL COLLECTIONS

Two digital image collections have been created to accompany this finding aid: 1) Goodrich's interview notes from the 1930s; and 2) narrative excerpts from Goodrich's unpublished catalogue raisonné. Descriptions of these collections follow; digital images can be located within this finding aid by following the "camera" icon.

The first group of images is comprised of unpublished notes from interviews conducted by Goodrich in the early 1930s with friends, family, sitters, colleagues and students of Thomas Eakins. The information Goodrich gathered in his interviews played a major role in informing the narrative of his 1933 biography, and photocopies of the notes were used in preparation for the 1982 revision. Extensive notes from his interviews with Susan Macdowell Eakins can be found in the "Susan Macdowell Eakins" sub-subseries of the "People" subseries of the "Research" series. Digital images of notes from interviews with other people such as Charles Bregler, Frances Eakins Crowell, Samuel Murray and Francis Joseph Ziegler are all located in the "Others" sub-subseries of the "People" subseries of the "Research" series.

The second set of images, generated from two series, represents some of Goodrich's last thoughts on his never-completed catalogue raisonné. The image to be viewed first is in the "Correspondence" series, and is the letter written at the time Goodrich was transferring his Eakins records to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In the enclosure to that letter, Goodrich recaps the project, giving a historical briefing of his research, explaining his system of cataloging and discussing the additional works of art by Eakins that were not included in his 1933 publication or simply recorded as a verso study to an "unconnected" work painted on the recto. The remaining images pertain to these additions as represented in the "Writing drafts" subseries of the "Master catalog" series. Taken from the manuscript pages he worked on during the mid-1980s, these narratives appear to be written in a style Goodrich intended for publication, as opposed to the style of his working notes. Images were also made of several explanatory and working notes within the draft that pertain to the additions. The manuscript, however, is incomplete, and describes only one-half of the total number of entries Goodrich planned to include in the catalog.

Gift of Lloyd Goodrich and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1985.

A portion of the material, primarily material from the "Catalogue raisonné" series, was microfilmed by the Archives of American Art (AAA) in July 1967. Microfilm is available from the AAA.

These materials were arranged and described by Katherine Stefko, Bertha Adams, Adrianna Del Collo, and Courtney Smerz. Funded by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Collection Inventory

Scope and Content Note

This series contains Goodrich's general correspondence related to his studies of Thomas Eakins. The bulk of the material is correspondence with other scholars of Eakins, including Maria Chamberlin-Hellman, Gordon Hendricks, William Innis Homer, Elizabeth Johns, Margaret McHenry, and Elizabeth Milroy. Files with these individuals document the exchange of ideas and information regarding Eakins and his work, as well as the part Goodrich played in the production of publications and exhibitions by these individuals. The series also includes a significant amount of correspondence with graduate students working on Eakins, who wrote to Goodrich to request information and/or access to his research files.

Other files document Goodrich's relationship with institutions with significant holdings of Eakins's work, namely the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Representatives from these institutions, particularly Phyllis Rosenzweig from the Hirshhorn, correspondended frequently with Goodrich about questions of attribution and provenance. Henri Marceau from the Philadelphia Museum of Art published a checklist of works by Eakins in 1930, and corresponded frequently with Goodrich in the early 1930s.

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Ack-Art, 1957, 1966-1986.
Box 1 Folder 1
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1978-1981, undated.
Box 1 Folder 2
Adelman, Seymour. Incl. clipping and correspondence with Bryn Mawr College, 1971-1983.
Box 1 Folder 3
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / C. Working notes / f. Agenda re Philadelphia visits. Notes. Incl. correspondence re Mount Vernon Street house.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. [Various authors].

Art Institute of Chicago, 1933.
Box 1 Folder 4
Bar-Bur, 1970-1986.
Box 1 Folder 5
Babcock Galleries. Incl. correspondence from Carnegie Institute, 1929-1939.
Box 1 Folder 6
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / V. Thomas Eakins: His life and work (1933) / f. Correspondence. Horner, H. M.

Barker, George, 1936-1954, undated.
Box 1 Folder 7
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Barker Family (Joslyn Art Museum). Correspondence and photos.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photocopies from PMA Archives re correspondence of George Barker.

Barker, Virgil, 1930.
Box 1 Folder 8
Barr, Alfred Hamilton, 1930.
Box 1 Folder 9
Bloch, Julius T. Diary excerpts re visit with Susan Eakins, 1935-[1940], 1984.
Box 1 Folder 10
Boulton family. Including Cecilia (Mrs. Edward) Boulton, Agnes Boulton O'Neill, and Barbara Burton.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Boulton Family. Correspondence, clipping, photo and notes.

Brandywine River Museum, 1979-1980.
Box 1 Folder 11
Brooklyn Museum of Art.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. G483. Eakins (Thomas and Susan Macdowell) correspondence w/ Stewart Cullin, held by Brooklyn Musem of Art. Photocopies and cover memo.

Bryn Mawr College. Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Adelman, Seymour, 1906-. Incl. clipping and correspondence with Bryn Mawr College.
Burrelle's Press Clipping Service, 1933.
Box 1 Folder 12
Can-Cox, 1968, 1969, 1978-1986.
Box 1 Folder 13
Caldwell, M.D., 1933.
Box 1 Folder 14
Carnegie Institute. Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Babcock Galleries. Incl. correspondence from Carnegie Institute.
Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Incl. correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1973-1982.
Box 1 Folder 15
Clark, Stephen C., 1930-1931.
Box 1 Folder 16
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Clark, Stephen C. (Yale University Art Gallery and Metropolitan Museum of Art). Notes.

College Art Association (U.S.). Pamphlets, 1967-1983.
Box 1 Folder 17
Comstock, Frances Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Sai-Swa.
Davison, Kenneth E., 1969.
Box 1 Folder 18
Denver Art Association, 1969-1970.
Box 1 Folder 19
Ear-Erw, 1971-1975.
Box 1 Folder 20
Fin-Fri, 1963, 1969, 1970-1977, 1984.
Box 1 Folder 21
Frick Art Reference Library, 1935, 1939, 1944.
Box 1 Folder 22
Gal-How, 1958, 1966-1980, undated.
Box 2 Folder 1
Harvey, Marion (Mrs. Burlingame), 1977.
Box 2 Folder 2
Hendricks, Gordon, 1965-1977.
Box 2 Folder 3
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Viking Press.

Hills, Patricia, 1967-1975.
Box 2 Folder 4
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1974-1976.
Box 2 Folder 5
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Hirshhorn, Joseph H. Correspondence, transcriptions, notes and inventory.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Homer, William Innes.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1977-1983, undated.
Box 2 Folder 6
Homer, William Innes, 1961-1962, 1972-1979.
Box 2 Folder 7
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Homer, William Innes, 1980-1983, undated.
Box 2 Folder 8
Iam-Jos, 1969-1975, 1986.
Box 2 Folder 9
Jefferson Medical College, 1961.
Box 2 Folder 10
Johns, Elizabeth, 1983-1984.
Box 2 Folder 11
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Wyeth Endowment for American Art.

Kle-Los, 1965-1971.
Box 2 Folder 12
Katz, Leslie George, 1982.
Box 2 Folder 13
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VIII. Other writings / f. Foreword to Sculpture and photography of Thomas Eakins. (Proposed but never published by the Eakins Press). Correspondence and pamphlet.

Lanier, Henry Wysham, 1933-1936.
Box 2 Folder 14
Mac-Mit, 196-1971, 1983-1985.
Box 2 Folder 15
Maass, John, 1970, 1979-1983.
Box 2 Folder 16
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / C. Articles / f. Maass, John, 1918-. "Surgery and sex." Ts and poster for lecture at PMA.

Masterson, Harriet, 1930.
Box 2 Folder 17
McHenry, Margaret, 1941-1942.
Box 2 Folder 18
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), 1935, 1962, 1974, 1986.
Box 2 Folder 19
Milroy, Elizabeth, 1982-1985.
Box 2 Folder 20
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Ward Family. Biographical information. Correspondence, clippings, and photographs. 1:2. Includes correspondence with H. W. Janson.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Re transfer of the Goodrich archives.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Acquisition by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and general information. Correspondence, notes and clippings.

Moody, Susan, 1933.
Box 2 Folder 21
Moss, Mildred, 1932.
Box 2 Folder 22
Nat-Par, 1972-1987.
Box 3 Folder 1
The Nation, 1931.
Box 3 Folder 2
New York Public Library, 1933.
Box 3 Folder 3
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1959-1975, 1986.
Box 3 Folder 4
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Acquisition by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and general information. Correspondence, notes and clippings.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Milroy, Elizabeth, 1954-.

Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 1967.
Box 3 Folder 5
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1930-1933.
Box 3 Folder 6
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1961-1978.
Box 3 Folder 7
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Correspondence re various works and "lifetime" exhibitions.

Philadelphia Museum of Art. Re transfer of the Goodrich archives, 1985-1987.
Box 3 Folder 8
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Milroy, Elizabeth, 1954-.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / C. Working notes / f. Format. Various versions of catalog entry form and explanatory notes re catalog numbering system and criteria for bibliographic and exhibition references.

Rea-Ros. Includes caricature of Goodrich by Jack Rosen, 1968-1975, undated.
Box 3 Folder 9
Richardson, Edgar Preston. Re: Mrs. Bregler's will, 1973.
Box 3 Folder 10
Roberts, Jessie, 1944.
Box 3 Folder 11
Rockefeller, John D., 1969.
Box 3 Folder 12
Sai-Swa., 1969-1979, 1983-1987.
Box 3 Folder 13
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa.), 1968-1970.
Box 3 Folder 14
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa.). "Thomas Eakins." Brochure.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. [Various authors].

Schendler, Sylvan, 1964-1969, undated.
Box 3 Folder 15
Sellin, David, 1972-1986.
Box 3 Folder 16
Seraphin, Tony.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd.). Correspondence, notes, and ephemera. Includes information about sales of some works.

Stebbins, Theodore E. Jr., 1972-1974.
Box 3 Folder 17
Tol-Typ, 1970, 1971, 1978, 1979.
Box 3 Folder 18
Uni-Zor, 1957, 1970-1975, 1980-1984.
Box 3 Folder 19
United States. Internal Revenue Service, 1976.
Box 3 Folder 20
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence.

University of Pennsylvania, 1962, 1969.
Box 3 Folder 21
Viking Press, 1972.
Box 3 Folder 22
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Hendricks, Gordon.

Walker Galleries, 1937.
Box 3 Folder 23
White House. Curator, 1965.
Box 3 Folder 24
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1966-1970, 1985.
Box 3 Folder 25
Whitney Museum of American Art. Misc. memos, notes and photograph. Incl. condition and conservations reports of unidentified marine painting, 1965-1970, 1986, undated.
Box 3 Folder 26
Wilmerding, John, 1978-1979.
Box 3 Folder 27
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / C. Articles / f. Wilmerding, John. "Portrait of John N. Fort by Thomas Eakins." Ts. and correspondence.

Wohl, Stanley S.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Wohl, Stanley. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd.

Wyeth Endowment for American Art, 1979-1980.
Box 3 Folder 28
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Johns, Elizabeth, 1937-.

Wyeth, Betsy James, 1969.
Box 3 Folder 29
Unidentified, circa 1930, 1982.
Box 3 Folder 30
Students and other researchers working on Eakins, 1952-1986.
Box 3 Folder 31

Scope and Content Note

Contained here are Goodrich's general reference files on people and subjects related to Thomas Eakins and his work. Much of this material is directly related to Goodrich's two major biographies of Thomas Eakins (1933, 1982), having served as important background information for these publications. In fact, Goodrich copied many of the documents contained here and filed them with the records related to his published books and long-planned but unpublished catalogue raisonne.

The series is comprised of two subseries: "People" and "Subjects." The "People" subseries contains primary source material related to Thomas Eakins, his wife Susan Macdowell Eakins, and the artist's many students, sitters, relatives, friends, and other associates. Much of the material was compiled by Goodrich between 1930 and 1933 when he was working on his first biography of Eakins and making frequent research trips to Philadelphia. The subseries also contains a small amount of secondary source material, namely published obituaries.

The "Subjects" subseries contains research material on a variety of topics related to Eakins's life and works. Of particular note are the subject folders on art schools where Eakins taught; art and archival collections; and the exhibition and provenance history of Eakins's work. For research files on specific works of art, as well as Goodrich's to-do lists and notes, see the "Catalogue raisonne" series.

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Scope and Content Note

This subseries is comprised mainly of primary source material related to Thomas Eakins, his wife Susan Macdowell Eakins, and the artist's many students, sitters, relatives, friends, and other associates. Much of the material was compiled by Goodrich between 1930 and 1933 when Goodrich was working on his first biography of Eakins and making frequent research trips to Philadelphia. Of particular importance is Goodrich's correspondence and interview notes with Susan Eakins, Charles Bregler, Samuel Murray and other people personally acquainted with Eakins and his work. This information, combined with the painting registers, notebook, and many letters of Thomas Eakins which Susan Eakins permitted Goodrich to transcribe during these same years, formed the basis of his 1933 book.

Goodrich continued to add primary source material to these files over the next fifty years, diligenty tracking down Thomas Eakins's correspondence from a variety of people and institutions, and adding copies of these letters to his files. In addition, he clipped obituaries of various Eakins's acquaintances and added this, and other biographical information from secondary sources, to his files.

Scope and Content Note

This sub-subseries contains photocopies and transcripts of primary source material related to Thomas Eakins gathered from a variety of sources. The majority of the sub-subseries is comprised of photocopies and transcriptions of Eakins letters from 1863 to 1916. Many of these letters date from 1866 to 1869 when Eakins studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and from late 1869 to mid 1870 when Eakins lived in Spain for six months. During these years, Eakins wrote his father weekly, and corresponded regularly with his favorite sister, Frances, known as Fanny, and the siblings William and Emily Sartain. The sub-subseries also includes letters of a later date with Susan Macdowell Eakins, Earl Shinn, J. Laurie Wallace, and Harrison S. Morris of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, among others.

Of particular importance are Goodrich's transcriptions from the early 1930s of some of Thomas Eakins's letters then owned by his widow, Susan Eakins, as well as her transcriptions of a handful of Eakins's letters which she edited or redacted without Goodrich's knowledge. Following Susan Eakins's death in 1938, some of these letters were apparently destroyed, while others were rescued and saved by Charles Bregler. Bregler sold some of the letters around 1944; what he kept he guarded from scholars. Thus from 1944 until 1985, when the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts bought the Bregler Collection from his widow, Goodrich's transcriptions were the only copies available, albeit on a very limited basis, to other Eakins scholars. For those original letters which have not yet been located or which were destroyed, Goodrich's transcriptions remain the only record of their existence.

The sub-subseries also includes Goodrich's transcription of two painting registers kept by Thomas and Susan Eakins, as well as photographs of the first of the two volumes, now owned by the Philadelphia Museum of Art (the second volume is in the collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts); transcriptions of two account books; copies of some of Eakins's lecture notes; Goodrich's transcription of an inventory of Thomas Eakins's paintings compiled by Susan Eakins; and Goodrich's transcription of Eakins's notebook which he kept while in Europe, the original of which is now in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. The sub-subseries also includes a small amount of secondary source material, mainly biographical material published in encyclopedias and other reference sources.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by format of material. Original order has been retained as much as possible so long as it did not impede future access. For example, whereas Goodrich maintained two parallel files of Eakins's correspondence by date, presumably because he worked in more than one location, the current arrangement intergrates these into one series of files. However, Goodrich's separation of groups of letters by ownership have been maintained. Files of Eakins's letters by owner follow those by date. Neither set of files is comprehensive. Copies and transcriptions of letters in one set of files does not necessarily appear in the other set.

Account book (journal and expenses) kept by Thomas Eakins. 1883-1888. Transcription by Elizabeth Havard of original owned by Daniel Dietrich. 1:2.
Box 4 Folder 1
Account book (journal and expenses) kept by Thomas Eakins. 1883-1888. Transcription by Elizabeth Havard of original owned by Daniel Dietrich. 2:2, 1977, 1981.
Box 4 Folder 2
Artist file from the Whitney Museum of American Art. Includes clippings, correspondence, and typescripts of biographical entries for Eakins, Homer, and Goodrich, 1951-1977.
Box 4 Folder 3
Biographical Information. Clippings and notes. Some photocopies, [1930-1933], 1973, undated.
Box 4 Folder 4
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Exhibitions during Eakins's lifetime. Notes and correspondence. Incl. information on awards, honors etc.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Dodge family. Correspondence.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Crowell family. Notes and correspondence with the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego.

Biographical information. Obituaries and clippings, 1916-1927.
Box 4 Folder 5
Biographical information. Photocopies of encyclopedia and biographical dictionary entries, clippings, notes and articles, 1974-1978, undated.
Box 4 Folder 6
Correspondence. 1863-1866. Photocopies and transcripts from various sources, circa 1930, 1970-1978, undated.
Box 4 Folder 7
Correspondence. 1867. Photocopies and transcripts from various sources, circa 1930-1931, 1973, undated.
Box 4 Folder 8
Correspondence. 1868. Photocopies and transcripts from various sources, circa 1930-1931, undated.
Box 4 Folder 9
Correspondence 1869-1870. Photocopies and transcripts (incl. some by Susan Eakins), circa 1930-1931, 1973, undated.
Box 4 Folder 10
Correspondence 1871-1889. Photocopies and transcripts from various sources, circa 1930-1931, 1971, undated.
Box 5 Folder 1
Correspondence 1891-1900. Photocopies and transcripts from various sources, circa 1930-1931, 1969-1978, undated.
Box 5 Folder 2
Correspondence 1903-1916. Photocopies and transcripts (incl. some by Susan Eakins). Various sources, circa 1930-1931, 1968-1977, undated.
Box 5 Folder 3
Correspondence undated. Photocopies from unknown source (duplicates?), undated.
Box 5 Folder 4
Correspondence in the possession of the Crowell family. Photocopies and transcripts, 1973, undated.
Box 5 Folder 5
Correspondence in the possession of Daniel Dietrich. Photocopies, 1971, undated.
Box 5 Folder 6
Correspondence in the possession of Susan MacDowell Eakins? Transcripts and photocopies of transcripts, circa 1930-1931, undated.
Box 5 Folder 7
Correspondence in the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. G483. Eakins (Thomas and Susan Macdowell) correspondence w/ Stewart Cullin, held by Brooklyn Musem of Art. Photocopies and cover memo.

Correspondence in the Friends Historical Library. Swarthmore College. Photocopies, transcripts and clippings, 1969, 1971, undated.
Box 5 Folder 8
Correspondence. (1882-1894, 1924). In the National Academy of Design. Incl. one letter from Susan Eakins, 1985, undated.
Box 5 Folder 9
Correspondence in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Archives. Photocopies and transcripts. 1:2, 1969, 1975, 1981, undated.
Box 5 Folder 10
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts). Photocopies of correspondence (1866-1869, undated).

Correspondence in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Archives. Photocopies and transcripts. 2:2., 1969, 1975, 1981, undated.
Box 6 Folder 1
Correspondence to Emily Sartain in Italian. Translated by Mario Domandi, 1971.
Box 6 Folder 2
Inventories of Eakins' paintings. Made by Susan Eakins. Originals and photocopies, 1976, undated.
Box 6 Folder 3
Lecture manuscripts concerning construction of a camera. Photocopy from Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1978.
Box 6 Folder 4
Lectures and writings on perspective and other topics. Notes and correspondence, 1976, undated.
Box 6 Folder 5
Notebook kept by Thomas Eakins when he was in Spain. Lloyd Goodrich's transcription and photocopy, circa 1930, 1970-1973.
Box 6 Folder 6
Painting registers maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Lloyd Goodrich's original transcription, 1930.
Box 6 Folder 7
Painting register maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Photocopies of Lloyd Goodrich's transcription (redlined) and index, compiled by Edith Goodrich, 1972, 1977, undated.
Box 6 Folder 8
Painting register (book 1) maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Photographs received from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 1:4, March 1986.
Box 6 Folder 9
Painting register (book 1) maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Photographs received from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 2:4, March 1986.
Box 6 Folder 10
Painting register (book 1) maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Photographs received from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 3:4, March 1986.
Box 6 Folder 11
Painting register (book 1) maintained by Thomas and Susan Eakins. Photographs received from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 4:4, March 1986.
Box 6 Folder 12
Photographic portraits of Thomas and Susan Eakins. Correspondence, clippings and photographs, 1932, 1954, 1969-1981, undated.
Box 6 Folder 13
Photographic portraits of Thomas Eakins. Vintage prints received from Mrs. Shepherd Stevens and W.G. MacDowell, undated.
Box 6 Folder 14
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence.

Receipt and check. Received from Walter MacDowell.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

This sub-subseries is comprised primarily of original and photocopied versions of Susan Eakins correspondence with Lloyd Goodrich from 1930 to 1937 discussing her late husband and his work. Also includes photocopies and transcriptions done by Lloyd Goodrich in the early 1930s of Susan Eakins's letters with a number of correspondents, including Henry McBride and Walter Pach; Goodrich's original transcriptions of his various interviews with Susan Eakins between 1930 and 1933; and biographical information about Susan Eakins.

Much of the information Susan Eakins imparted to Goodrich through her letters and interviews was of seminal importance for the completion of his 1933 book about Thomas Eakins, a fact he acknowledged in the book's foreword. Susan responded to Goodrich's many requests for information about Eakins with detailed geneaological and biographical information. In addition, she also provided seminal attribution and provenance information used by Goodrich to compile the catalogue raisonne portion of the book. For research purposes, Goodrich separated his letters with Susan Eakins into two categories: copied and not copied. Letters of greatest importance, such as those mentioning specific paintings or subjects he covered in the 1933 book, were photocopied, often more than once, and interfiled with related folders. The current arrangements maintains this division imposed by Goodrich.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by format of material.

Address book. Received from Walter MacDowell, 1930s.
Box 7 Folder 1
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence.

Biographical information. Notes, ephemera, clippings, photos, 1938, 1961-1969, undated.
Box 7 Folder 2
Correspondence with various correspondents (1916-1930). Transcripts and photocopies of transcripts of letters owned by Susan Eakins, circa 1930 or 1931, undated.
Box 7 Folder 3
Correspondence to Castano, Mr. Original and cover letter from Steven Juvelis, 1931, 1961.
Box 7 Folder 4
Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals (copied), 1930-1931.
Box 7 Folder 5
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. [Various authors].

Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals (copied), 1932-1937, undated.
Box 7 Folder 6
Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. (1930-1933, undated). Photocopies, 1973, undated.
Box 7 Folder 7
Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals (not copied), 1930, undated.
Box 7 Folder 8
Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals (not copied), 1931-1932.
Box 7 Folder 9
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / A. Master catalog / f. Additional photographs. Reliefs G504, G509-G514. Some received from Mrs. Susan Eakins,

Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals (not copied), 1933-1936.
Box 7 Folder 10
Correspondence to Ireland, Leroy (1914) and receipt for painting (1970). Photostat copies, 1970.
Box 7 Folder 11
Correspondence to Marsh, Mr. Transcript, 1929.
Box 7 Folder 12
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Marsh, Reginald, 1898-1954. Correspondence with Susan Eakins and Charles Cranmer (1929-1930). Photocopies received from the Archives of American Art.

Correspondence to McBride, Henry. Photocopies and transcripts. (from Henry McBride Papers), 1972.
Box 7 Folder 13
Correspondence to Milkman, Jerome. Photocopy, 1977.
Box 7 Folder 14
Correspondence w/ Mitchell, Alfred R. Photocopy of transcript, undated.
Box 7 Folder 15
Correspondence to Pach, Walter. Original and cover letter, Walter Pach to Mrs. Farce, January 1931.
Box 7 Folder 16
Correspondence from Weir, Alfred. Transcript and photocopy of transcript, undated.
Box 7 Folder 17
Correspondence in the Whitney Museum of American Art. Photocopies and cover letter, 1982.
Box 7 Folder 18
Interviews by Goodrich, Lloyd. Ms and notes, [1930-1931, 1973-1974].
Box 7 Folder 19
Interviews by Goodrich, Lloyd. Original notebook, copied May 6, 1974, 1930-1931, 1974.
Box 7 Folder 20
Interviews by Goodrich, Lloyd. Photocopies, some annotated, [1974?].
Box 7 Folder 21
Photographic portraits.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Photographic portraits of Thomas and Susan Eakins. Correspondence, clippings and photographs.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries is comprised of information about Thomas Eakins's friends, students, sitters, relatives and other associates, including Charles Bregler, Clarence Cranmer, Mary Hallock Greenewalt, Elizabeth Macdowell Kenton, Samuel Murray, Mary Adeline Williams, and Lucy Langdon W. Wilson. The majority of the material was compiled in the early 1930s when Goodrich correspondended with and/or interviewed many of these people on his frequent research trips to Philadelphia. According to Goodrich, he did not take notes during or taperecord interviews, but rather returned to his hotel room at the end of a long day of research and then wrote down all that he could remember about the interviews he had conducted that day. Goodrich also took these visits as an opportunity to view Eakins's works owned by his interviewees.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by name of person, and then by format of material.

Addicks, Weda Cook. Interview notes and photocopy, May 20-21, 1931, 1973.
Box 8 Folder 1
Anschutz, Thomas P. correspondence to J. Laurie Wallace. Photocopies, 1975, 1981.
Box 8 Folder 2
Bare, Miss [daughter of Adam S.]. Interview notes and photocopy, May 20, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 3
Borie, Adolphe. Interview notes and photocopy, May 9, [1930 or 1931], 1973.
Box 8 Folder 4
Borie, C. Lewis. Biographical information. Obituary, 1964.
Box 8 Folder 5
Boulton, Edward. Biographical information.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Boulton Family. Correspondence, clipping, photo and notes.

Bregler, Charles. Correspondence with Lloyd Goodrich, 1929-1944, undated.
Box 8 Folder 6
Bregler, Charles. Interview notes, June 12, [1930].
Box 8 Folder 7
Bridge, William. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 8 Folder 8
Brinton, Ward. Interview notes and photocopy, May 10, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 9
Burroughs, Bryson. Interview notes, [1930 or 1931].
Box 8 Folder 10
Corlies, Elizabeth M. Interview notes and photocopy, May 21, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 11
Corrigan, Joseph Moran, Bp. Biographical info. Obituary, 1942.
Box 8 Folder 12
Cranmer, Clarence W. Correspondence to Force, Juliana.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Cranmer, Clarence W. Correspondence w/ Goodrich, Lloyd.

Cranmer, Clarence W. Correspondence w/ Goodrich, Lloyd, 1930-1936, undated.
Box 8 Folder 13
Cranmer, Clarence W. Correspondence with Marsh, Reginald.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Marsh, Reginald, 1898-1954. Correspondence with Susan Eakins and Charles Cranmer (1929-1930). Photocopies received from the Archives of American Art.

Cranmer, Clarence W. Correspondence to McBride, Henry. Photocopies, 1972.
Box 8 Folder 14
Cranmer, Clarence W. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 15
Crowell family. Biographical information.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Crowell family. Notes and correspondence with the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego.

Crowell, Frances Eakins. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd, 1930-1931.
Box 8 Folder 16
Crowell, Frances Eakins. Interview notes and photocopy, [1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 8 Folder 17
Cryer, Mrs. Matthew H. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], 1973, or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 18
Cushing, Frank Hamilton. Clipping, 1986.
Box 8 Folder 19
Daggy, A. Smith. Biographical information. Obituary, 1942.
Box 8 Folder 20
Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], 1937 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 21
Dooner (or Doomer). Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], 1937 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 22
Douty, Nicholas and Douty, Frieda [Mrs. Nicholas]. Interview notes and photocopy, June 10,[1930 or 1931], 1937 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 23
Eagan, Thomas J. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], 1937 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 24
Eakins family (extended?). Biographical information. Clippings and notes, 1970-1977.
Box 8 Folder 25
Eakins family. Correspondence (1868) in Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photographs received from Darrell Sewell, March 1986.
Box 8 Folder 26
Frost, Arthur B. and Frost, John. Correspondence (copies) with multiple recipients incl. Frost's fiance, 1977.
Box 8 Folder 27
Grafly, Charles. Notes, 1975.
Box 8 Folder 28
Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock. Biographical information. Clipping, 1957.
Box 8 Folder 29
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. Multiple entries. Various correspondents re Greenewalt portraits, G380, G381, and G381A. Incl. photocopy of museum catalog.

Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock. Biographical information. Obituary, 1950.
Box 8 Folder 30
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Linton, Frank B. A. Biographical information. Obituary.

Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock. Correspondence w/ Goodrich, Lloyd and general biographical information, 1930-1933, 1950, 1957, undated.
Box 8 Folder 31
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. Multiple entries. Various correspondents re Greenewalt portraits, G380, G381, and G381A. Incl. photocopy of museum catalog.

Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock. Interview notes and photocopy, May 19 or 20, [1930-1933], 1973 or 1974.
Box 8 Folder 32
Grubb, Violet Sopwith. Biographical information. Obituary, 1958.
Box 8 Folder 33
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Linton, Frank B. A. Biographical information. Obituary.

Hahs, Philip. Biographical information. Clippings and photograph, 1970, undated.
Box 9 Folder 1
Harmstad, Mrs. Harry. Interview notes and photocopy, June 13, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 9 Folder 2
Holland, Mrs. James W., and Holland, Miss [daughter of James W.]. Interview notes and photocopy, May 10, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 9 Folder 3
Ireland, Leroy. Interview notes and photocopy, May 10, 1931, 1973 or 1974.
Box 9 Folder 4
Jewell, Edwin Alden. Correspondence with Murray, Samuel.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Murray, Samuel. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd and general biographical information.

Jordan, David Wilson. Interview notes and photocopy, May 2, 1930, [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 5
Keen, William W. (William Williams),. Biographical information. Obituary, 1932.
Box 9 Folder 6
Kenton, Elizabeth Macdowell. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Originals and photocopies, 1933, 1939, undated.
Box 9 Folder 7
Kershaw, Jennie Dean (later Mrs. Samuel Morris). Notes, 1979.
Box 9 Folder 8
Lavell, Eleanor (Mrs. E. Farnum). Interview notes and photocopy, June 11, [1930 or 1931], 1973 or 1974.
Box 9 Folder 9
Lewis, Julia. Interview notes and photocopy, [1930-1931].
Box 9 Folder 10
Lindberg, Carl. Biographical information, 1938, 1939, 1960.
Box 9 Folder 11
Linton, Frank B. A. Biographical information. Obituary, 1943.
Box 9 Folder 12
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Grubb, Violet Sopwith. Biographical information. Obituary.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Greenewalt, Mary Elizabeth Hallock, 1871-1950. Biographical information. Obituary.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Wilson, Lucy Langdon Williams, 1864-1937. Biographical information. Obituary.

Linton, Frank B. A. Interview notes and photocopy, May 9, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 13
Marsh, Reginald. Correspondence with Susan Eakins and Charles Cranmer. Photocopies received from the Archives of American Art, undated.
Box 9 Folder 14
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 2. Susan Macdowell Eakins / f. Correspondence to Marsh, Mr. Transcript.

McIlhenney, Frances G. Bioraphical information. Obituary, 1943.
Box 9 Folder 15
Miller, Leslie William. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd. Photocopy, undated.
Box 9 Folder 16
Mongomery, Miss (daughter of Helen Mcknight). Interview notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 17
Morris, George. Notes, 1978.
Box 9 Folder 18
Murphy, J. Joseph. Correspondence with Murray, Samuel.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Murray, Samuel. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd and general biographical information.

Murray, Samuel. Biographical information. Clippings, 1930, 1941, 1978.
Box 9 Folder 19
Murray, Samuel. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd and general biographical information, 1930-1933, 1978, undated.
Box 9 Folder 20
Murray, Samuel. Interview notes and photocopy, July-August [1930], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 21
Parker, Ernest Lee. Interview notes and photocopy, July 14, 1931, [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 22
Paulus, Francis Pitnus. Correspondence w/ Burroughs, Boyson. Photocopy, [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 23
Pennell, Joseph. Biographical notes, undated.
Box 9 Folder 24
Provost, Charles Hope. Biographical information. Notes, after 1941.
Box 9 Folder 25
Pue, Eleanore S. F. Biographical information. Correspondence, 1980, 1981.
Box 9 Folder 26
Reid, G.S. Correspondence with Babcock Galleries, undated.
Box 9 Folder 27
Ritter, Henry. Correspondence with Margaret McHenry, 1942.
Box 9 Folder 28
Schussele, Christian. Biographical information. Notes and correspondence, 1974-1976, undated.
Box 9 Folder 29
Shaw, Horatio Shaw. Biogrphical information and correspondence with Susan Shaw, 1940, 1975.
Box 9 Folder 30
Stokes, Frank W. Biographical information. Obituary, 1955.
Box 9 Folder 31
Stokes, Frank Wilbert. Interview notes, April 23, 1930.
Box 9 Folder 32
Tanner, Henry Ossawa. Biographical information, 1869.
Box 9 Folder 33
Wallace, John Laurie. Correspondence with Thomas Eakins and Thomas Anshutz. Notes from interview with Lloyd Goodrich and research notes, 1971-1975, undated.
Box 9 Folder 34
Ward Family. Biographical information. Correspondence, clippings, and photographs. 1:2. Includes correspondence with H. W. Janson, 1966-1970, 1982, undated.
Box 9 Folder 35
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / D. Books / f. Norsen, Irene Ward. Ward Brothers, champions of the world (1958).

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Milroy, Elizabeth, 1954-.

Ward Family. Biographical information. Correspondence, clippings, and photographs. 2:2. [oversize], 1966-1970, 1982, undated.
Box 101 Folder 1
Ward, Mrs. Wiliam Shaw. Interview notes and photocopy, June 6, 1930, [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 36
Williams, Mary Adeline. Biographical information. Includes correspondence with Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and photographs, 1908, 1978, undated.
Box 9 Folder 37
Williams, Mary Adeline. Interview notes and photocopy, July 23, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 38
Wilson, Lucy Langdon Williams. Biographical information. Obituary, 1937.
Box 9 Folder 39
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Linton, Frank B. A. Biographical information. Obituary.

Wilson, Lucy Langdon Williams. Interview notes and photocopy, May 21, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 40
Wohl, Stanley. Correspondence with Goodrich, Lloyd, 1961.
Box 9 Folder 41
Wood, James L. Interview notes (Photocopy of 1930 or 1931 originals) and notes, [1973 or 1974], 1977.
Box 9 Folder 42
Wright, James. Notes and photocopy, [1930 or 1931?], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 43
Ziegler, Francis Joseph. Interview notes and photocopy, July 16, [1930 or 1931], [1973 or 1974].
Box 9 Folder 44
Various. Biographical information. Catalog sheets, circa 1969-1977.
Box 9 Folder 45
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Works. lists of, by date and subject matter.

Various. Biographical information. Notes, 1930, 1971.
Box 9 Folder 46
Various. Interviews. Notes. Some on Mutual Assurance Company, [1930 or 1931], 1974, undated.
Box 9 Folder 47
Various American artists incl. John Sloan, Homer Martin, and Thomas Nast. Notes on their life and work, 1961, undated.
Box 9 Folder 48
Various students. Notes and lists, 1973-1974.
Box 9 Folder 49
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Art schools. Various, where Thomas Eakins taught. Notes, correspondence, clippings. 1:2.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains research material on a variety of topics related to Thomas Eakins's life and work. There are files on the various art schools with which Eakins was associated, including the National Academy of Design, the Art Students' League in Philadelphia and the Pennslyvania Academy of Fine Arts. These files contain copies of archival documents, such as school constitutions, student rosters, and account books, as well as Goodrich's notes and correspondence. There are also several files on important collections and collectors of Eakins' works of art and archival material, including Daniel Dietrich, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bregler, Stephen C. Clark, Joseph Hirshhorn, the Macdowell family, and many others. Many of these files contain copies of archival documents and photographs of works of art. Folders on the MacDowell collection include some original archival material, including a receipt and check by Thomas Eakins. Researchers interested in collections of archival material are encouraged to also consult the files of Eakins's correspondence which Goodrich compiled by owner; these files are located in the "Research--People--Thomas Eakins" sub-subseries. Goodrich, with the assistance of his wife Edith, also compiled files on various aspects of Eakins's works, including their sale, gift, or other disposition, provenance, and exhibition history, also located in this subseries.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by subject.

Art Schools. Art Student League (Philadelphia, Pa.). Constitution, roster, account book (1886-1893), clippings. Photocopies, 1979.
Box 10 Folder 1
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd). Correspondence and photographs. 2:2.

Art Schools. National Academy of Design. Minutes (1888-1895) and register (1959-1861), 1985.
Box 10 Folder 2
Art Schools. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Philadelphia, Pa). Pamphlets, notes, clippings, circa 1930, 1971-1976, undated.
Box 10 Folder 3
Art schools. Various, where Thomas Eakins taught. Notes, correspondence, clippings. 1:2, 1974-1980, undated.
Box 10 Folder 4
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Various students. Notes and lists.

Art schools. Various, where Thomas Eakins taught. Notes, correspondence, clippings. 2:2, 1974-1980, undated.
Box 10 Folder 5
Books, magazines and other bibliographic material shipped to and stored at Goodrich's house in Sakonnet, Rhode Island. Notes, correspondence and lists, 1966-1969, undated.
Box 10 Folder 6
Collections. Adelman, Seymour (Bryn Mawr College).
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Adelman, Seymour, 1906-. Incl. clipping and correspondence with Bryn Mawr College.

Collections. Archives of American Art. Catalog excerpts and ephemera, undated.
Box 10 Folder 7
Collections. Barker Family (Joslyn Art Museum). Correspondence and photos, 1966.
Box 10 Folder 8
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. Multiple entries. Joslyn Art Museum. G206, G206A, and others. Incl. info re Wallace portrait underpainting.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photocopies from PMA Archives re correspondence of George Barker.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Barker, George.

Collections. Boulton Family. Correspondence, clipping, photo and notes, 1930-1931, 1971, 1977-1983-1985, undated.
Box 10 Folder 9
Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts). Inventories, 1976, 1983, circa 1986.
Box 10 Folder 10
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Works. Sales, dealers' records, correspondence, lists and notes.

Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Acquisition by the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and general information. Correspondence, notes and clippings, 1976-1986, undated.
Box 10 Folder 11
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Milroy, Elizabeth, 1954-.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. Multiple entries. Private collector. G117A[?] and G283. Purchase from Vose Galleries.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Unrecorded research. Verso of G135. Five oil studies at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Correspondence.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts). Photocopies of correspondence (1866-1869, undated), undated.
Box 10 Folder 12
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Correspondence in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Archives. Photocopies and transcripts. 1:2.

Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts). Photographs of paintings, sculpture and photos, 1986, undated.
Box 10 Folder 13
Collections. Clark, Stephen C. (Yale University Art Gallery and Metropolitan Museum of Art). Notes, 1961.
Box 11 Folder 1
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Felix, Harry. Primarily works by Susan Eakins. Correspondence and notes.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Clark, Stephen C.

Collections. Crowell family. Notes and correspondence with the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1969, 1980.
Box 11 Folder 2
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Biographical Information. Clippings and notes. Some photocopies.

Collections. Dietrich, Mr. And Mrs. Daniel. Correspondence and notes, 1969-1980, 1987, undated.
Box 11 Folder 3
Collections. Dodge family. Correspondence, 1970, 1974.
Box 11 Folder 4
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Biographical Information. Clippings and notes. Some photocopies.

Collections. Felix, Harry. Primarily works by Susan Eakins. Correspondence and notes, 1941, undated.
Box 11 Folder 5
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Clark, Stephen C. (Yale University Art Gallery and Metropolitan Museum of Art). Notes.

Collections. Felix, Harry. Primarily works by Susan Eakins. Correspondence, notes, photographs, and transparency, 1976-1982.
Box 11 Folder 6
Collections. Felix, Harry. Primarily works by Susan Eakins. Photographs, 1941, undated.
Box 11 Folder 7
Collections. Hirshhorn, Joseph H. Correspondence, transcriptions, notes and inventory, 1962-1969.
Box 11 Folder 8
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Collections. Hirshhorn, Joseph H. Inventories, notes and copies of correspondence, 1963-1977, undated.
Box 11 Folder 9
Collections. MacDowell Family. Clippings, photos, and notes, 1959-1979, undated.
Box 12 Folder 1
Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence, 1959-1964.
Box 12 Folder 2
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Photographic portraits of Thomas Eakins. Vintage prints received from Mrs. Shepherd Stevens and W.G. MacDowell.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Biographical Information. Clippings and notes. Some photocopies.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 2. Susan Macdowell Eakins / f. Address book. Received from Walter MacDowell.

Collections. MacDowell Family. Correspondence, 1966-1975, 1982, undated.
Box 12 Folder 3
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. United States. Internal Revenue Service.

Collections. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Archives and American Painting Department. Photocopies of correspondence with Thomas and Susan Eakins and other records related to the Eakins Exhibition.1:2, 1972-1975, undated.
Box 12 Folder 4
Collections. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Archives and American Painting Department. Photocopies of correspondence with Thomas and Susan Eakins and other records related to the Eakins Exhibition.2:2, 1972-1975, undated.
Box 12 Folder 5
Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd.). Correspondence, notes, and ephemera. Includes information about sales of some works, 1974-1981.
Box 12 Folder 6
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Works. Photographs.

Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd). Correspondence and photographs. 1:2, 1979.
Box 12 Folder 7
Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd). Correspondence and photographs. 2:2, 1979.
Box 12 Folder 8
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Art Schools. Art Student League (Philadelphia, Pa.). Constitution, roster, account book (1886-1893), clippings. Photocopies.

Exhibitions. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Notes, 1979.
Box 13 Folder 1
Exhibitions 1921-1969. Checklist. Ms. notes in Edith Goodrich's hand, undated.
Box 13 Folder 2
Exhibitions during Eakins's lifetime. Notes and correspondence. Incl. information on awards, honors etc., 1931, 1970, undated.
Box 13 Folder 3
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 1. Thomas Eakins / f. Biographical Information. Clippings and notes. Some photocopies.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / A. Master catalog / f. Exhibitions, lifetime. "Periodical." American Art Society of Philadelphia-Carnegie Institute.

Exhibitions during Eakins's lifetime. Notes, lists and clippings, 1971, undated.
Box 13 Folder 4
Exhibitions since 1917. Correspondence, notes and ephemera, 1930-1951, 1970, undated.
Box 13 Folder 5
Residences. 1729 Mt. Vernon Street. Correspondence, notes and clippings, 1985.
Box 13 Folder 6
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / C. Working notes / f. Agenda re Philadelphia visits. Notes. Incl. correspondence re Mount Vernon Street house.

Works. Auctions. Correspondence, notes, lists and clippings, 1937, 1968, 1986, undated.
Box 13 Folder 7
Works. Latin inscription on various paintings and their English translations. Clippings, correspondence and notes, 1965, 1975-1978, undated.
Box 13 Folder 8
Works. lists of, by date and subject matter, circa 1969-1977.
Box 13 Folder 9
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Various. Biographical information. Catalog sheets.

Works. Photographs, 1980-1986, undated.
Box 13 Folder 10
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd.). Correspondence, notes, and ephemera. Includes information about sales of some works.

Works. Provenance, notes, 1969-1982, undated.
Box 13 Folder 11
Works. Sales, commissions and gifts. Lists. Some incl. prices, notes, 1971-1977.
Box 13 Folder 12
Works. Sales, dealers' records, correspondence, lists and notes, 1954-1970.
Box 13 Folder 13
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Bregler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts). Inventories.

Works. Sales, of photographs by Eakins.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Seraphin, Tony (Olympia Galleries, Ltd.). Correspondence, notes, and ephemera. Includes information about sales of some works.

Scope and Content Note

The series consists primarily of newspaper clippings, periodical articles, and books about Thomas Eakins. None were written by Goodrich, but almost all are marked with his annotations. In most, Goodrich notes the referenced work of art, identifiying each with the number he assigned in his 1933 study of the artist. The documentation of these writings consists of original volumes and clippings as well as photocopied versions of complete writings or excerpts. There are also typescripts of lectures, disserations and other apparently unpublished studies. Some writings also include related correspondence, notes and ephemera. There are also a small number of x-rays of certain paintings by Eakins, which Goodrich collected in order to study the artist's techniques. The subseries related to specific writing formats generally reflect the bibliographic categories Goodrich followed in his 1982 study of Eakins as well as in the master notes to his catalogue raisonné. Those subseries are "Books," "Exhibition catalogs," and "Museum bulletins." Although the "Articles" subseries is similar in content to the writings Goodrich categlorizes as "periodicals," it also contains unpublished works, namely lectures and symposium papers. The files comprising the "Clippings" subseries, which Goodrich identified as such, cover various topics. While some relate to Eakins, particularly reviews of posthumous exhibitions of his work, other clippings are about Goodrich, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and other issues regarding the contemporary art community.

Arrangement

Arranged by format.

See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research

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Scope and Content Note

This subseries documents the many exhibitions dedicated to or including works by Thomas Eakins from 1917 to 1986. It includes primarily original, but also some photocopied extracts from, exhibition catalogs, checklists, and other ephemera, such as invitations to openings and previews. A small number of exhibitions featuring works inspired by Thomas Eakins, rather than by him, are also documented, as are a few exhibitions from World Fairs. Of particular note are the catalogs for exhibitions held at the Brummer Gallery in 1923 and at the Babcock Art Gallery in 1927, 1929, and 1930, which Susan Eakins played a hand in organizing. The series also includes the catalogs for the 1917 memorial exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the 1930 "Homer-Eakins-Ryder" exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Documentation of the 1930 and 1944 Eakins exhibitions held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is in the "Museum bulletins" subseries, as those exhibition catalogs were the March 1930 and May 1944 issues. Exhibition reviews are included in the "Clippings" subseries. Catalogs written by Goodrich are included in the "Other writings" series.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by sponsoring institution or, in a few instances, by individual author. Within each institution subgroup, alphabetical by exhibition title.

ACA Heritage Gallery. "20th century Americans." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 1
Albright Art Gallery. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. "Buffalo: Fifty paintings, 1905-1913." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 2
Albright Art Gallery. Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. [Exhibition of paintings and drawings by Eakins]. (April-May 1926). Handwritten copy of catalog, undated.
Box 14 Folder 3
American Academy of Arts and Letters. National Institute of Arts and Letters. "Thomas Eakins." (16 January-16 February 1958). Two copies, cover letter and exhibition invitation, January 1958.
Box 14 Folder 4
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at American Academy of Arts and Letters (January 1958).

Art Club of Philadelphia. "Exhibition presented by Mrs. Thomas Eakins." (17 October-15 November 1936). Photocopy, undated.
Box 14 Folder 5
Art Institute of Chicago. "Eakins." Invitations, November, undated.
Box 14 Folder 6
Art Institute of Chicago. "Treasures of Chicago collectors." (April-May 1961), 1961.
Box 14 Folder 7
Art Students League. "American masters." (Circulated by the American Federation of Arts, 1967-1968), 1967.
Box 2000
Art Students League. "The Kennedy Galleries are host to the hundredth anniversary exhibition of paintings and sculptures by 100 artists ..." (6-29 March 1975), 1975.
Box 2000
Babcock Galleries. "Thomas Eakins." Catalogs from various shows, 1927-1931, 1939.
Box 14 Folder 8
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions [simultaneous] at Babcock Galleries and Kleeman Gallery (October-November 1939). Joint reviews.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Babcock Galleries (November 1927, November 1929). Incl. photocopy.

Baltimore Museum of Art. "Master drawings and watercolors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries." (Held at various locations, 1979), 1979.
Box 2000
Baltimore Museum of Art. "Thomas Eakins, 1844-1916: A retrospective exhibition of his paintings." (1 December 1936-1 January 1937). Two copies, incl. annotated volume, 1936.
Box 14 Folder 9
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art (December 1936, October 1954). Incl. photocopy.

Barridoff Galleries. "American and European art." (Public auction 15 April 1982)., 1982.
Box 14 Folder 10
Barridoff Galleries. "American and European art." (Public auction 28 September 1985). Incl. flyer and price list, 1985.
Box 14 Folder 11
Birmingham Museum of Art. "The art of healing." (1981). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 12
Brandywine River Museum. "Eakins at Avondale and Thomas Eakins, a personal collection." (Cosponsored w/ Univ. of Delaware, held at Museum, 15 March-18 May 1980). Two copies, incl. one annotated, 1980.
Box 14 Folder 13
Brearley School. "Art in the United States." (January-March 1964). Checklist, 1964.
Box 14 Folder 14
Brooklyn Museum of Art. "The American Renaissance." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 15
Brooklyn Museum. "Face of America: the history of portraiture in the United States." (14 November 1957-26 January 1958), 1957.
Box 14 Folder 16
Brooklyn Museum of Art. "The Herbert A. Goldtone collection of American art." (June-September 1965). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 17
Brooklyn Museum of Art. "Triumph of realism." (1967). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 18
Brown University. Dept. of Art. "The Classical spirit in American portraiture." (February 1976). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 19
Brummer Gallery. "Exhibition of paintings and water colors by Thomas Eakins." (March-April 1923, 1926). Incl. checklist, 1923, 1926.
Box 14 Folder 20
Burr Gallery. "Early American art." (March-April 1960)., 1960.
Box 14 Folder 21
Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts. "Thomas Eakins centennial exhibition." Three copies, incl. one annotated, 1944.
Box 14 Folder 22
Chrysler Art Museum. "The controversial century, 1850-1950." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 23
Cincinnati Art Museum. "An American viewpoint: realism in twentieth century American painting." (Held at two locations, 12 October-29 December 1957), 1957.
Box 14 Folder 24
Colby College. Art Museum. "Art in the making." (July-September 1966). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 25
Corcoran Gallery of Art. "The sculpture of Thomas Eakins. [Catalog by] Moussa M. Domit." (3 May-10 June 1969). Two copies, both annotated, and invitation, 1969.
Box 14 Folder 26
Dallas Museum of Art. "Famous families." (8 October-20 November 1960), 1960.
Box 14 Folder 27
Davis, Ann. "A distant harmony: Comparisons in the painting of Canada and the United States of America" (Held at Winnipeg Art Gallery and Art Gallery of Hamilton, October 1982-March 1983). Incl. notes, 1982-1984.
Box 2000
Davis, Ann. "A distant harmony." Photocopied excerpt and note, 1982-1984.
Box 14 Folder 28
Davis Galleries. "A private collection II." (January-February, undated)., after 1917.
Box 14 Folder 29
Ferargil Galleries. "Thomas Eakins, George Bellows." (2 March 1921). Checklist, 1921.
Box 14 Folder 30
Fifty-sixth Street Galleries. "Paintings by Thomas Eakins, sculpture by Samuel Murray." (17 January 1931), 1931.
Box 14 Folder 31
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Fifty-sixth Street Galleries (17 January 1931).

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. "American art: An exhibition from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd." (1976). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 14 Folder 32
Fischbach Gallery. "Wynn Chamberlain - Collaboration with Lorenz Gude: An homage to Thomas Eakins." Flyer, 1966.
Box 14 Folder 33
Frank S. Schwarz Son. "American portraits: Exhibition in our Philadelphia gallery. Philadelphia collection 30." (Winter, 1985), 1985.
Box 15 Folder 1
Frank S. Schwarz Son. "Philadelphia portraiture: 1740-1910: Exhibition celebrating Philadelphia's tricentennial. Philadelphia collection 17." (November 1982), 1982.
Box 15 Folder 2
Grand Central Art Galleries. "Exhibition of paintings: Henry Ossawa Tanner." (16 November-2 December 1967), 1967.
Box 15 Folder 3
Hendricks, Gordon. Coe Kerr Gallery. "Thomas Eakins: A family album." (organized under G. Hendrick's direction, held at various locations, January-October 1976). Incl. cover letter and invitation, 1976.
Box 15 Folder 4
Hirschl Adler Galleries. "300 years of American painting." (11 September-6 October 1961). Checklist, 1961.
Box 15 Folder 5
Hirschl Adler Galleries. "American paintings from public and private collections." (December 1967-January 1968). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 6
Hirschl Adler Galleries. "The American scene: a survey of the life and landscape of the 19th century." (29 October-22 November 1969), 1969.
Box 15 Folder 7
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Hirschl & Adler Galleries (October-November 1969).

Hirschl Adler Galleries. "The art of collecting." (23 March-21 April 1984), 1984.
Box 15 Folder 8
Hirschl Adler Galleries. "Montclair in Manhattan." (November 1961). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 9
Hirschl Adler Galleries. "Retrospective of a gallery: Twenty years." (8 November-1 December 1973), 1973.
Box 15 Folder 10
IBM Gallery. "Realism in American heritage." (January-February 1963). Photocopy, undated.
Box 15 Folder 11
John Bernard Myers Gallery. "Eakins: recent painting." Announcement, October 1973.
Box 15 Folder 12
Kennedy Galleries. "American master paintings, 1953-1985.", November 1986.
Box 15 Folder 13
Kleeman Galleries. "Exhibition of paintings by Thomas Eakins." (31 October-25 November [1939]), [1939].
Box 15 Folder 14
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions [simultaneous] at Babcock Galleries and Kleeman Gallery (October-November 1939). Joint reviews.

Kleeman Galleries. "Important paintings by great American master Thomas Eakins.", March 1937.
Box 15 Folder 15
Krannert Art Museum. "Contemporary American painting and sculpture." (1969). Incl. work by Sante Graziani after Eakins. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 16
Long Island Arts Center. "A century of American art: 1864-1964.", 1-11 July 1964.
Box 15 Folder 17
M. Knoedler Co.[American paintings, drawings and water colors.] Clipping, 1965.
Box 15 Folder 18
M. Knoedler Co.. "Boxing.", April 1932.
Box 15 Folder 19
Mansfield State College. "Dora and Sol Wilson collection.", undated.
Box 15 Folder 20
Maynard Walker Gallery. Brochure, undated.
Box 15 Folder 21
Metropolitan Museum of Art . "19th century America, paintings and sculpture." (April-September 1970). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 22
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (June-September 1950, March-May 1951, April-September 1970). Photocopies.

Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Loan exhibition of the works of Thomas Eakins." (5 November-3 December 1917). Incl. annotated photocopy, 1917, undated.
Box 15 Folder 23
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Art Students League. "Metropolitan Museum of Art presents the 75th anniversary exhibition of painting sculpture by 75 artists associated with the Art Students League of New York.", 1951.
Box 2000
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (June-September 1950, March-May 1951, April-September 1970). Photocopies.

Milch Galleries. "Thomas Eakins.", January - February 1933.
Box 15 Folder 24
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Milch Galleries (circa February 1933, June 1938). Incl. photocopies.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. "Nature and focus." (1972). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 25
Museum of Modern Art . "Homer, Ryder, Eakins: Sixth loan exhibition." (May 1930). Incl. photocopied excerpts, 1930.
Box 15 Folder 26
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (May-June 1930). Incl. photocopy.

Museum of Modern Art. "Homer, Ryder, Eakins." Invitation and exhibition checklist[?], May 1930, undated.
Box 15 Folder 27
"Summer exhibition retrospective." (June-September 1930), 1930.
Box 15 Folder 28
National Gallery of Art. "American paintings from Armand Hammer collection." (1985). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 29
National Museum of American Art. "Treasures from the... Museum.../William Kloss." (Held at various locations, February 1986-March 1987), 1985.
Box 2000
New York Cultural Center. "Three centuries of the American nude." Invitation, 1975.
Box 15 Folder 30
New York World's Fair. Gallery at the Better Living Center. "Four Centuries of American Masterpieces." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 15 Folder 31
North Cross School. "Thomas Eakins, Susan Macdowell Eakins, Elizabeth Macdowell Kenton: an exhibition of paintings, photographs, and artifacts." (18 September-2 October 1977). Incl. correspondence and notes, 1977.
Box 15 Folder 32
Oklahoma City Art Museum. "Inaugural exhibition." (5 December 1958-31 Janunary 1959). Incl. clipping, 1958.
Box 15 Folder 33
Panhorst, Michael W. "Samuel Murray: the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden collection, Smithsonian Institution." (20 May-18 July 1982). Two copies and cover letter, 1982.
Box 15 Folder 34
Parke-Bernet Galleries. "18th, 19th and 20th century American paintings." (Public auction 21 May 1970), 1970.
Box 2000
Parke-Bernet Galleries. "XIX century genre and landscape paintings and works of the American school." (Public auction 25 October 1950), 1950.
Box 16 Folder 1
Parke-Bernet Galleries. "Modern French and American paintings and drawings." (Public auction 25 January 1956), 1956?.
Box 16 Folder 2
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. "Memorial exhibition of the works of the late Thomas Eakins." (December 1917-January 1918). Annotated catalog and photocopy, 1917-1918.
Box 16 Folder 3
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. "Memorial exhibition of the works of the late Thomas Eakins." (December 1917-January 1918). Hardcover volume., 1917?.
Box 2000
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. "Susan Macdowell Eakins." (1973). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 4
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. "Thomas P. Anshutz." (1973). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 5
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "The art of Philadelphia medicine." (15 September-7 December 1965), 1965.
Box 2000
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "The art of Philadelphia medicine." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 6
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Eakins in perspective: works by Eakins and his contemporaries, in addition to memorabilia." (1 February-18 March 1962). Incl. invitation, 1962.
Box 16 Folder 7
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "A loan exhibition of American painting from the collection of John F. Braun." (May-September 1930), 1930.
Box 16 Folder 8
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Philadelphia: Three centuries of American art." (1976). Photocopied excerpts, 1978, undated.
Box 16 Folder 9
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. "Thomas Eakins: Artist of Philadelphia." Brochure and invitations, 1982.
Box 16 Folder 10
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Sewell, Darrel, 1939-. "Thomas Eakins: Artist of Philadelphia." (Held at Philadelphia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 29 May-28 November 1982).

Phillips Collection. "A summary catalogue." (1985). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 11
Portraits, Inc. "Portraits of yesterday and today." (24 April-21 May 1968), 1968.
Box 16 Folder 12
Roosevelt Field Art Center, Inc. "Loan exhibition: Impressionists and post Impressionists.", April 13, 1957.
Box 16 Folder 13
Rosenthal, Gertrude. ed. "From El Greco to Pollock: early and late works by European and American artists." (Held at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 22 October-8 December 1968), 1968.
Box 2000
Rosenthal, Gertrude. ed. "From El Greco to Pollock: early and late works by European and American artists." Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 14
Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary. "Thomas Eakins." Brochure, April-May 1970.
Box 16 Folder 15
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa.).

Schneider-Gabriel Galleries. "Nineteenth century watercolors from Gericault to Sargent." (February-March 1942). Checklist, 1942.
Box 16 Folder 16
Seattle World's Fair. Fine Arts exhibition. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 17
Sewell, Darrel. "Thomas Eakins: Artist of Philadelphia." (Held at Philadelphia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 29 May-28 November 1982), 1982.
Box 2000
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Philadephia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (June-August and september-November 1982). Incl. photocopy.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Philadelphia Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. "Thomas Eakins: Artist of Philadelphia." Brochure and invitations.

Smith College. Museum of Art. "An exhibition of works of art collected by the faculty and staff of Smith College." (November-December 1963), 1963.
Box 16 Folder 18
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. University Galleries. "Mr. and Mrs. John Russell Mitchell Gallery." Pamphlet, undated.
Box 16 Folder 19
Sports illustrated. American Federation of Arts. "Sports in art: from American collections assembled for an Olympic year." (Held at various locations, November 1955-November 1956).
Box 16 Folder 20
Stanford University. Museum of Art. "Eadweard Muybridge: The Stanford years." (1972). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 21
State University of New York at Binghamton. University Art Museum. "Selections from the drawing collection of Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. Held." (Held at various locations, 5 January-6 December 1970), 1970?.
Box 2000
Stebbins, Theodore E. Jr."A new world: masterpieces of American painting 1760-1910." (Held at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and other locations, 7 September 1983-11 June 1984), 1983.
Box 2000
Tate Gallery. "The John Hay Whitney collection." (16 December 1960-29 January 1961). Incl. note, 1960?, 1969.
Box 2000
Tate Gallery. "The John Hay Whitney collection." (1960-1961). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 22
Terra Museum of American Art. "Solitude: Inner visions in American art." Photocopied excerpt, undated.
Box 16 Folder 23
Thomas Jefferson University. Dedication of Eakins Gallery. Invitation and pamphlet, 1982.
Box 16 Folder 24
Thomas Jefferson University. Eakins Benefit Committee. Thomas Eakins House Restoration Committee. "Eakins." Flyer, 1971.
Box 16 Folder 25
University of Michigan. Museum of Art. "Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Fleischman collection of American painting." (November-December 1953). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 26
University of Rochester. Memorial Art Gallery. "Treasures from Rochester." (1977). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 16 Folder 27
Whitney Museum of American Art. "18th- and 19th- century American art from private collections." (27 June-11 September 1972). Exhibition checklist[?], 1972.
Box 16 Folder 28
Whitney Museum of American Art. "Art of the United States, 1670-1960." Checklist, circa 1966.
Box 16 Folder 29
Whitney Museum of American Art. "Portrait of a young American: A selection of paintings from the collection of The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts." Press release and checklist, 1976.
Box 16 Folder 30
Wichita Art Museum. "Roland P. Murdock collection.", undated.
Box 16 Folder 31
Wildenstein and Company. "The American vision: paintings of three centuries." (Sponsored by Time for the American Federation of Arts, 23 October-16 November 1957), 1957.
Box 16 Folder 32
Wildenstein and Company. "Landmarks in American Art: 1670-1950." (Held for the American Federation of Arts, 26 February-28 March 1953), 1953.
Box 16 Folder 33
Yale University. Art Gallery. "Pictures collected by Yale alumni." (May-June 1956). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
Box 16 Folder 34
Unidentified catalog. Photocopied excerpt, undated.
Box 16 Folder 35
Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains original and photocopied extracts from museum bulletins featuring articles related to Thomas Eakins. Most of the articles are about recent acquisitions of a work by Eakins or special exhibitions that include his works. Several newsletters and annual reports of museums or related organizations are included in this subseries as well.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by institution.

Art Association of Indianapolis. Bulletin 27, no. 2 (1940), July 1940.
Box 17 Folder 1
Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin 21, no. 8 (1927), November 1927.
Box 17 Folder 2
Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin 34, no. 3 (1940), March 1940.
Box 17 Folder 3
Art Institute of Chicago. Quarterly (September 1961). Photocopy of page 49, undated.
Box 17 Folder 4
Associates in Fine Art at Yale University. Bulletin (February 1938). Photocopy, undated.
Box 17 Folder 5
Atwater Kent Museum. Bulletin 5, no. 1, [1964?].
Box 17 Folder 6
Baltimore Museum of Art. News 21, no. 5 (1958). Photocopy of "Frontier of fallacy.", undated.
Box 17 Folder 7
Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham, Alabama). Bulletin 6, no. 2 (1957), November 1957.
Box 17 Folder 8
Brooklyn Museum. Quarterly 14, no. 2 (1927) and cover letter, April 1927.
Box 17 Folder 9
California Palace of the Legion of Honor Museum. Bulletin 1, no. 6 (1943), September 1943.
Box 17 Folder 10
Carnegie Magazine 4, no. 9 (1931), February 1931.
Box 17 Folder 11
Carnegie Magazine 19, no. 2 (1945). Two copies, May 1945.
Box 17 Folder 12
Carnegie Magazine 26, no. 6 (1952). Incl. photocopy of pages 202-203, June 1952.
Box 17 Folder 13
Carnegie Magazine 31, no. 7 (1957), September 1957.
Box 17 Folder 14
Cincinnati Art Museum. Bulletin 4, no. 1 (1954). Photocopy of page 15, undated.
Box 17 Folder 15
Cleveland Museum of Art. Bulletin 15, no. 1 (1928), January 1928.
Box 17 Folder 16
Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens [was Cummer Gallery of Art]. "New acquisitions since November, 1961.", after 1961.
Box 17 Folder 17
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Newsletter (Summer 1957), 1957.
Box 17 Folder 18
Detroit Insititute of Arts of the City of Detroit. Bulletin 12, no. 2 (1930), 1930, undated.
Box 17 Folder 19
Detroit Insititute of Arts of the City of Detroit. Bulletin 16, no. 8 (1937), May 1937.
Box 17 Folder 20
Detroit Institute of Arts of the City of Detroit. Bulletins (various issues, 1935-1979). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 17 Folder 21
Fairmount Park Art Association. 101st annual report (1973). Photocopy, undated.
Box 17 Folder 22
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bulletin 5, no.1 (1946), 1946.
Box 17 Folder 23
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bulletin. Clippings and photocopies from various issues (1916-1980), 1968, undated.
Box 17 Folder 24
Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Bulletin 29, no. 5 (1940). Photocopy of cover and pages 22-25, undated.
Box 17 Folder 25
Montclair Art Museum. Bulletin (November 1965), 1965.
Box 17 Folder 26
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute. Bulletin (April 1957), 1957.
Box 17 Folder 27
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (December 1932 and February 1936). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
Box 17 Folder 28
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Bulletin 41, no. 246 (1943), December 1943.
Box 17 Folder 29
National Academy of Design. Bulletin 2, no. 3 (1983), 1983.
Box 17 Folder 30
National Gallery of Art (United States). 1983 annual report. Incl. note to Eakins reference, 1984.
Box 17 Folder 31
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton. "The Trenton Battle Monument: Eakins Bronzes." Bulletin 14 (1973). Incl. note, 1973.
Box 17 Folder 32
North Carolina Museum of Art. Bulletin 8, no. 2 (1968), December 1968.
Box 17 Folder 33
Pennsylvania Museum of Art. Bulletin 25, no. 133 (1930). Two "cut" copies, w/ pages removed, March 1930.
Box 17 Folder 34
Pennsylvania Museum of Art. Bulletin 25, no. 133 (1930). Three copies, incl. annotated "marked" copy, March 1930.
Box 17 Folder 35
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Philadephia Museum of Art (March 1930, April 1944). Incl. photocopy.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Bibliographic reference. "Catalogue of the works of Thomas Eakins." Bulletin (Pennsylvania Museum of Art) 25 (March 1930); 17-33. Annotated photocopy.

Pennsylvania Museum of Art. Bulletin 26, no. 138 (1931), January 1931.
Box 17 Folder 36
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bulletin 35, no. 184 (1940), January 1940.
Box 17 Folder 37
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Thomas Eakins Centennial Exhibition." Bulletin 39, no. 201 (1944). Four copies, incl. annotated volume, May 1944.
Box 18 Folder 1
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Philadephia Museum of Art (March 1930, April 1944). Incl. photocopy.

Philadelphia Museum of Art. 1955-1956 annual report. Bulletin 51, no. 250 (1956), Summer 1956.
Box 18 Folder 2
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bulletin 53, no. 257 (1958), Spring 1958.
Box 18 Folder 3
Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Sculpture Checklist." Bulletin 56, no. 269 (1961), Spring 1961.
Box 18 Folder 4
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bulletin 57, no. 272 (1962), Winter 1962.
Box 18 Folder 5
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bulletin 60, no. 285 (1965). Two copies, incl. annotated volume, Spring 1965.
Box 18 Folder 6
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bulletin 74, no. 321 (1978). Incl. photocopy of pages 18-23, June 1978, undated.
Box 18 Folder 7
Rhode Island School of Design. Bulletin 7 (January 1972). Photocopy of pages 18-19, undated.
Box 18 Folder 8
Toledo Museum of Art. Museum News 7, no. 3 (1964). Photocopy of pages 60-62, undated.
Box 18 Folder 9
Wadsworth Atheneum. Bulletin (Spring and Fall 1968). Photocopy of pages 41-44, undated.
Box 18 Folder 10
Wadsworth Atheneum News. Bulletin (December 1947). Photocopy of p. 1, undated.
Box 18 Folder 11
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts. Annual report, 1962-1963. Bulletin no. 86, 1963.
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Worcester Art Museum. Bulletin 20, no. 4 (1930). Two copies, January 1930.
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Yale University Art Gallery. Bulletin 28, no. 2 and 3 (1962), December 1962.
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Yale University Art Gallery. Bulletin. Various issues (1972-1980). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Various. Photocopied notes, incl. lists of multiple volumes per institution, undated.
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Scope and Content Note

Periodical writings about Thomas Eakins's life and work are the major elements of this subseries. In addition to Alan Burroughs's 1924 catalog for the Arts magazine, which Goodrich often referenced in his research of Eakins, there are several writings each by noted Eakins scholars, Gordon Hendricks and William Inness Homer. Another contributing writer to this subseries is a student of Eakins, Charles Bregler, who later compiled a major collection of his teacher's works.

Documentation consists of complete volumes, as well as actual clippings or photocopies of articles. There are also auction and gallery catalogs, and several periodicals that Goodrich apparently kept for general reference, such as the four issues of the Archives of American Art Journal. Other material includes photocopies of ads featuring works by Eakins offered at certain galleries, and transcripts of lectures, including several presented at the American art symposiums held at the Whitney Museum of Art in the early 1980s. A few additional transcripts, the purposes of which are unidentified, are also included.

Reviews of exhibitions published in periodicals are part of the "Eakins, Thomas" folders in "Clippings" subseries. Book reviews are in the "Books" subseries and filed by name of author rather than reviewer. Articles written by Goodrich are included in the "Other writings" series.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by author, or if no specified article, by publication. Within each author subgroup, alphabetical by title.

Ackerman, Gerald M. "Thomas Eakins and his Parisian masters Gérôme and Bonnat." Reprinted from Gazette des beaux arts (April 1969?), April 1969.
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American Art journal 15, no. 3 (1983), Summer 1983.
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Andrews, Wayne. "Realists and mystics." Art in America 53, no. 4 (1965), August-September 1965.
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"Anniversaries, happy and otherwise." Art journal 39, no. 2 (1979-1980). Photocopy, undated.
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Aponte, Gonzalo E., M.D. "Thomas Eakins." Jefferson Medical College Alumni bulletin 12, no. 5. (1961). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Aponte, Gonzalo E., M.D. "Thomas Eakins (1814-1916): painter, sculptor, teacher." Transactions and studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 32 (1966). Photocopy, undated.
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Archives of American art journal 8, no. 2 (1968), April 1968.
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Archives of American art journal 13, no. 4 (1973), 1973.
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Archives of American art journal 14, no. 4 (1974), 1974.
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Archives of American art journal 24, no. 1 (1984), 1984.
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Art in America 53, no. 6 (1965-1966). Photocopy of E. A. Silberman Galleries ad., undated.
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Art journal 21, no. 1 (1961). Re Hirschl Adler ad, p. 19. Incl. photocopy, Fall 1961.
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Art journal 26, no. 3 (1967). Photocopy of Kennedy Galleries ad, p. 293, undated.
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Art news 78 (December 1979). Photocopy of Samuel T. Freedman auction ad., undated.
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Art quarterly 26, no. 2 (1963). Photocopy of Hirschl Adler ad, inside cover, undated.
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Arts magazine 53, no. 9 (1979). Special issue: Thomas Eakins. Two copies, incl. one annotated hardcover, May 1979.
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Baldinger, Wallace S. "The art of Eakins, Homer and Ryder: A social revaluation." Art quarterly 9, no. 3 (1946). Incl. annotated photocopy, Summer 1946, 1984, undated.
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Barker, Virgil. "Imagination in Thomas Eakins." Parnassus 11, no. 7 (1939), November 1939.
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Barnshaw, Harold D., M.D. "The portrait of Dr. William Thomas by Thomas Eakins." Transactions and studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 38 (1970-1971). Photocopy, undated.
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Barry, Roxana. "Where are the lost American masterpieces?" Art news 79 (December 1980). Photocopy, undated.
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"Belated tribute to a troubled artist." Photo bulletin no. 89 (1971), June 1971.
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See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (February 1918, January-February 1970). Incl. photocopy.

Berman, Avis. "Thomas Eakins: Master of realist art." Saturday review (June 1982). Photocopy.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Philadephia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (June-August and september-November 1982). Incl. photocopy.

Berry-Hill Galleries. American paintings III: 1985. Catalog.
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Bowman, Ruth. "Nature, the photograph and Thomas Anshutz." Art journal 33 (Fall 1973). Photocopy, undated.
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Bregler, Charles. "Eakins permanent palette." Art digest (15 November 1940). Photocopy and clipping, 1940, undated.
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Bregler, Charles. "Photos by Eakins." Magazine of art 36, no. 1 (1943)., January 1943.
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Bregler, Charles. "Thomas Eakins as teacher: Part I." The arts 17, no. 6 (1931). Incl. photocopy, March 1931, undated.
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Bregler, Charles. "Thomas Eakins as Teacher: Part II." The arts 18, no. 1 (1931). Incl. Note and photocopy, October 1931, 1985, undated.
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Bregler, Charles. "Thomas Eakins, the man." The arts 4, no. 6 (1923), December 1923.
Brown, Gordon. "Notes on things American." Arts magazine (December 1967/January 1968). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Brown, Hilton. "Academic art education and studio practices." American artist 49, no. 511 (1985). Photocopy, undated.
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Burroughs, Alan. "Catalogue of works by Thomas Eakins (1869-1916)." The arts 5 (June 1924). Photocopy of pages 328-333, undated.
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Burroughs, Alan. "Thomas Eakins." The arts (March 1923). Clipping, March 1923.
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Burroughs, Alan. "Thomas Eakins, the man." The arts 4 (December 1923), undated.
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Burroughs, Alan. "Thomas Eakins, the man." The arts 4 (December 1923). Photocopy, undated.
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Burroughs, Bryson. "An estimate of Thomas Eakins." Magazine of art (July 1937). Ts, correspondence, and photocopy of printed version, 1937, undated.
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Byrd, Gibson. "The artist teacher in America" Art journal 23, no. 2 (1963-1964). Incl. photocopy, Winter 1963-1964.
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Canaday, John. "Thomas Eakins." Horizon 6, no. 4 (1964), Autumn 1964.
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Caterbs, [Steven]. "Mr. and Mrs. Eakins." Harper's magazine 255 (October 1977). Photocopy, undated.
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Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Untitled lecture re Thomas Eakins resignation from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Ts. and notes, 1977-1979.
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"The chess players by Thomas Eakins." The art world and arts and decoration (August 1918). Photocopy, undated.
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"La chronique des arts." Supplement. Gazette des beaux arts, no. 1201 (February 1969). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Coins (October 1971), 1971.
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College Art Association. 74th Annual Meeting. (13-15 February 1986). Abstracts for papers re Homer and Eakins. Photocopies, undated.
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"Coming auction: Patterson-Lanier collections of Americanna." Art news 35 (6 February 1937). Photocopy, undated.
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Connaissance des arts, Paris 254 (April 1973). Photocopied excerpt. [in french], undated.
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Creative arts (February 1933). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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"Crewing on the Schuylkill." M [magazine] 1 (January 1984). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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De Voto, Bernard Augustine. "The easy chair." Harper's magazine 199 (July 1949). Clipping, July 1949.
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"Eakins enters the Chicago Institute - twice." Art digest (1 September 1940). Clipping, September 1, 1940.
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"Eakins." Gentry, no. 2 (Fall 1956). Clipping, 1956.
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"Exhibition reviews." Magazine of art 32 (June 1939). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Fosburgh, James W. "Brooklyn's 'Home Scene' by Eakins." Art news 53 (April 1954). Photocopy, undated.
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Fosburgh, James W. "Music and meaning: Eakins' progress." Art news 56, no. 10 (1958), February 1958.
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Frankfurter, Alfred M. "Fifty five years of U.S. museums." Art news 56 (summer 1957). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Fried, Michael. "Realism, writing and disfiguration in Thomas Eakins's Gross Clinic." [Reprinted from?] Representations 9 (Winter 1985), 1985.
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Fuller, B. A. G. (Benjamin Apthorp Gould). "The Delaware ducker." WoodenBoat, no. 48 (September-October 1983). 2 Photocopies (one annotated), undated.
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Geske, Norman R. "Portrait of Mrs. Samuel Murray." Art quarterly 17 (Summer 1954). Photocopy, undated.
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Grafly, Dorothy. "Events and portents of fifty years." Art and archaeology 21 (April/May 1926). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Gray, Francine du Plessix.Gray, Cleve. "Thomas Gilcrease and Tulsa." Art in america 52, no. 3 (1964), June 1964.
Box 2000
Haughom, Synnøve. "Thomas Eakins: 'The Concert Singer.'" Ts., undated.
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Hellman, Geoffrey T. "Profiles. Some spendid and admirable people." New Yorker (23 February 1976). Printed version, 1976.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "The belle with the beautiful bones." Art in Virginia 9, no. 1 (1968). Incl. photocopy, Fall 1968, undated.
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[Hendricks, Gordon]. "The camera eye of Thomas Eakins." Life (23 July 1971). Two copies, 1971.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "The Eakins portrait of Rutherford B. Hayes." American art journal 1, no. 1 (1969), Spring 1969.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "Eakins slept here." Art news 72 (January 1973). Photocopy, undated.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "Eakins's William Rush carving his Allegorical Statue of the Schuylkill." Art quarterly 31, no. 4 (1968), 1968.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "Letters [to the editor]: Gross dereliction." Art in America 64 (May 1976). Photocopy, undated.
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Hendricks, Gordon. "Thomas Eakins's 'Gross Clinic'." Art bulletin 51, no. 1 (1969), March 1969.
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Hirschl Adler Galleries. Selections from the collection 5 (1963-1964). [Incl. Susan M. Eakins reference], 1946.
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[Hirshorn collection reference]. Art in America 57 (July-August 1969). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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"History in Portraits." Art review international 1, nos. 10-20 (1920). Photocopy, undated.
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Homer, William Innes. "Eakins, Muybridge and the motion picture process." Photocopy of proof for Art quarterly (Summer 1963), 1975.
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Homer, William Innes. "A group of photographs by Thomas Eakins." Offprint from J. Paul Getty Museum journal 13 (1985). Incl. note, 1984.
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Homer, William Innes. "Letters: concerning Muybridge, Marey and Seurat." Burlington magazine (September 1962). Clipping, 1962.
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Homer, William Innes. "Thomas Eakins and the Avondale experience." Arts magazine 54 (February 1980). Photocopy, undated.
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Homer, William Innes. "Who took Eakins photographs?" Art news 82, no. 5 (May 1983). Photocopy and cover letter, May 1983, undated.
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Howett, John. "The University of Notre Dame Art Gallery." Reprinted from Art quarterly 31, no. 4 (1962), Summer 1962.
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Hyman, Neil. "Eakins's 'Gross Clinic' again." Art quarterly 35, no. 2 (1972), Summer 1972.
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Hyman, Neil. "Eakins's Gross Clinic again." Art quarterly 35, no. 2 (1972). Photocopy, undated.
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"In the museums: major recent acquisitions." Arts magazine (December 1965). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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"In the museums: the photography of Thomas Eakins." Arts magazine 44 (February 1970). Photocopy, undated.
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Jackson, Joseph. "Notes and queries." The Pennsyvania magazine of history and biography 55, no. 2 (1931). Photocopy, undated.
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Johns, Elizabeth. "Drawing instruction at Central High School and its impact on Thomas Eakins." Winterthur portfolio 15, no. 2 (1980). Photocopied, undated.
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Johns, Elizabeth. "I, a painter: Thomas Eakins at the Academy of Natural Science." Frontiers 3 (1981-1982), 1981.
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Johns, Elizabeth. "Thomas Eakins and 'Pure Art' education." Archives of American art journal 23, no. 3 (1983). Incl. note, 1983.
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Kalonyme, Louis. "New Rok exhibitions..." Arts and decoration 24 (January 1926). Photocopy, undated.
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Kaplan, Sidney. "The negro in the art of Homer and Eakins." Massachusetts review 7, no. 1 (1966). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Katz, Leslie George. "Thomas Eakins now." Arts 30, no. 12 (1956). Incl. annotated photocopy, September 1956.
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Kennedy Galleries. "An American survey." Kennedy quarterly 7, no. 1 (1967). Incl. photocopied excerpts, March 1967, undated.
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Kennedy Galleries. "Past and present: Two hundreds years of American painting." Kennedy quarterly 6, no. 3 (1966). Incl. photocopied excerpts, October 1966, undated.
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Kennedy Galleries. "Reality, romanticism, realism." Kennedy quarterly 7, no. 4 (1967). Incl. photocopied excerpts, December 1967, undated.
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Kessler, Charles. "The realism of Thomas Eakins." Arts magazine 36 (January 1962). Photocopy, undated.
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Knowlton, Walter. "Around the galleries." Creative art 8, no. 2 (February 1931). Photocopy excerpts, undated.
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Kramer, Hilton. "Month in review." Arts magazine (April 1957). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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"Life takes liberty." Magazine of art 33 (January 1940). Photocopy., undated.
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Louchheim, Aline B. "The faces of U.S. fighting men." Art news 44 (1-14 December 1945). Photocopy, undated.
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"Louvre accepts Eakins portrait." Art news (5 March 1932). Photocopy, undated.
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Maass, John. "Surgery and sex." Ts and poster for lecture at PMA, 1983.
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See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Maass, John, 1918-.

Mather, Frank Jewett. "Thomas Eakins's art in retrospect." International studio 95 (January 1930). Printed version and duplicate printed version, 1930.
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McBride, Henry. "Four memoirs of the growth of art and taste..." Art news annual 37, no. 22 (1939). Photocopy, undated.
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McBride, Henry. "Modern art." The dial (February 1922). Photocopy, undated.
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McBride, Henry. "Modern art." The dial (May 1923). Photocopy, undated.
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McBride, Henry. "Modern art." The dial 80 (January 1976). Photocopy, undated.
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McCaughey, Patrick. "Thomas Eakins and the power of seeing." Art forum (December 1970). Photocopy, undated.
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McClelland, Donald. "Discoveries in American art." Studio international 197, no. 1005 (1984). Photocopy, undated.
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Mellow, James R. "In the American grain." New leader (7 November 1966). Incl. photocopy, 1966.
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Mendenhall, Thomas C. "The rowing art of Thomas Eakins." Rowing USA (April/May 1983). Photocopy and cover letter., 1983.
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Metzger, Catherine. "Preliminary research on Thomas Eakins' material and techniques." Ts., undated.
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Moynihan, Rodrigo. "The odd American." Art news 69 (January 1971). Photocopy, undated.
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Mumford, Lewis. "The brown decades: Art." Scribners magazine (October 1931). Clipping., October 1931.
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Museum news 66, no. 6 (1988), July-August 1988.
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"A visit to the metropolitan..." Art news 79 (November 1980). Photocopied., undated.
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Neumeyer, Alfred. "Art history without value judgements..." Art journal (summer 1970). Photocopy, undated.
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"New York: Sale of Eakins and Biddle." Art news 35 (8 May 1937). Photocopied, undated.
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Nickerson, Cynthia. "Artistic interpretations of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 'The song of Hiawatha,' 1855-1900." American art journal 16, no. 3 (1984). Photocopy, undated.
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"Our veritable old masters." The New Yorker (17 May 1930). Clipping, May 17, 1930.
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Pach, Walter. "American art in the Louvre." The fine arts 20 (May 1933). Photocopy (2 sets), undated.
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Pach, Walter. "First portfolio of American art." Art news 35 (3 October 1936), October 3, 1936.
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Pach, Walter. "Painting: a grand provincial." Letters to the editor. The freeman 7 (11 April 1923). Photocopy, undated.
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"Painters as sculptors." Art news 48 (September 1949). Photocopy, undated.
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Parry, Ellwood. "The 'exact, uncompromising' eye of Thomas Eakins." Art news (October 1982). Photocopy.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Philadephia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (June-August and september-November 1982). Incl. photocopy.

Parry, Ellwood. "Some distant relatives and American cousins of Thomas Eakins's children at play." Ts., undated.
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Parry, Ellwood. "Thomas Eakins and the everpresence of photography." Arts magazine 51, no. 10 (1977). Incl. annotated photocopy, June 1977.
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Parry, Ellwood. "Thomas Eakins and the Gross Clinic." Jefferson Medical College Alumni bulletin 16, no. 4 (1967), Summer 1967.
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Parry, Ellwood. Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. "Thomas Eakins as an illustrator, 1878-1881." American art journal 5, no. 1 (1973). Two copies, incl. one annotated, May 1973.
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Patterson, Jerry E. "The photography market." Art news (April 1978). Photocopy, undated.
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Petersen, Martin E. "To my friend...Thomas Eakins." Western art digest (July/August 1986). Photocopy, undated.
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"The photographs of Thomas Eakins." Arts magazine 44 (February 1970). Photocopy, undated.
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Pollack, Peter. "Positive and negative forms in and around the figure." Popular photography (May 1964). Clipping, 1964.
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Porter, Fairfield. "Class content in American abstract painting." Art news 61 (April 1962). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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[Portrait of Anna A. Kershaw]. Art news (1-14 April 1945). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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[Portrait of Ritter Fitzgerald]. Art news 66 (October 1967). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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[Portraiture article, incl. portrait of Walt Whitman]. Magazine of art 30 (November 1937). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Prown, Jules David. "Thomas Eakins's 'Baby at Play'." Studies in the history of art 18. (1985?). Photocopy, undated.
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"Psychological plasticity of Thomas Eakins." Art news (13 March 1937). Photocopy, undated.
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Ratcliff, Carter. "New York letter." Art international 14, no. 10 (1970). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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"Recent acquisitions: a painting by Thomas Eakins [from an article by Robert P. Griffing Jr.]." Art quarterly (Autumn 1947). Photocopy, undated.
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[Recent acquisition by the Wichita, Kansas Art Museum]. Magazine of art 33 (December 1940). Photocopy of page 696, undated.
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[Recent acquisition by the Wichita, Kansas Art Museum]. Magazine of art (July 1941). Photocopy of magazine cover, undated.
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[Recent acquisitions by various institutions]. Art news [various issues] (February 1930-September 1948). Photocopy, undated.
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Richardson, Edgar Preston. "Painting in America: the historians problem." Art quarterly 14, no. 4 (1951). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Richardson, Edgar Preston. "Watercolor: the American medium?" Art news 44 (15-30 April 1945). Photocopy, undated.
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Rothenstein, John. "A note on Thomas Eakins." Artwork 6, no. 23 (1930). Photocopy, undated.
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Rosenberg, Harold. "Parable for American painters." Art news 52 (January 1954). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Rothenstein, John. "Painting in America" Horizon 3 (June 1941). Photocopy, undated.
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Rule, Henry B. "Walt Whitman and Thomas Eakins." Texas quarterly 17 (Winter 1974). Photocopy, undated.
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Sadik, Marvin S. "The Negro in American art." [not marked, but incl. Eakins reference].
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / C. Articles / f. Gray, Francine du Plessix; Gray, Cleve. "Thomas Gilcrease and Tulsa." Art in america 52, no. 3 (1964).

Sartain, William. "Thomas Eakins." The art world 3 (January 1918). Photocopy, undated.
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Scanlon, Lawrence. "Eakins as functionalist." College art journal 14, no. 4 (1960). Incl. annotated photocopy, Summer 1960.
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"Sketches in oils by Thomas Eakins." Art in America 28, no. 2 (1940). Photocopy, undated.
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Smith, Carl. "The boxing paintings of Thomas Eakins." Prospects 4 (1979). Photocopy, undated.
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Smith, Jacob Getlar. "The Enigma of Thomas Eakins." American artist 20, no. 9 (1956), November 1956.
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[Soyer, Raphael. Artist's comment]. Art news (November 1977). Photocopy, undated.
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Steinberg, Leo. "Art/work." Art news 70 (February 1972). Photocopy (2 sets), undated.
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["Study for portrait of J. Laurie Wallace."] Art quarterly 29, no. 1 (1966). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Sweeney, James Johnson. "Art chronicle: the bottles were O'Donovan's." Partisan review 11, no. 3 (1944). Incl. annotated photocopy, Summer 1944.
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Taylor, Francis Henry. "Thomas Eakins--positivist." Parnassus 2, no. 3 (1930), March 1930.
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"Thirty-three materpieces in a modern collection." Art news annual 37 (25 February 1939). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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"Thomas Eakins: another neglected master." Current opinion 63 (December 1917). Photocopy, undated.
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"Thomas Eakins: The art of what is." WFMT perspective (December 1961), 1961.
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Tillim, Sidney. "Realism and 'the problem'." Arts magazine (September 1963). Photocopy, undated.
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Turner, Evan H. "The Earles' Galleries exhibition of 1896." [publication unidentified]. Photocopy, undated.
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Tyler, Parker. "Magic realism in American painting." American artist 16, no. 3 (1952). Clipping, March 1952.
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"The unidentified student in the Agnew painting." Old Penn weekly review (April 1931). Photocopy, undated.
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Walker, John. "Eakins in Washington." Art in America 49, no. 3 (1961), 1961.
Box 2000
Walker, John. "Eakins in Washington." Art in America 49, no. 3 (1961). Annotated photocopy, undated.
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Watkins, Franklin Chenault. "Eakins." Art news 43, no. 5 (1944). Incl. annotated photocopies, April 1944, undated.
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[Watson, Forbes, 1880-1960]. "Comment." The arts 3 (March 1923). Photocopy, undated.
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Watson, Forbes. "Gallery explorations." Parnassus 5 (February 1933). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Watson, Forbes. "In the Galleries." Arts magazine 16 (April 1930). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Wenger, Martin. "American realist Thomas Eakins." The American scene 2, no. 3 (1959), Fall 1959.
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Whitney Museum of American Art. Goodson Symposium (1980). Abstract, Ts., correspondence, syllabus and flyer, 1980.
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Whitney Museum of American Art. Symposium on American art (1984). Abstract, correspondence, and press release, 1984.
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Whitney Museum of American Art. Symposium on American art (1985). Newsletter, 1985.
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Wilmerding, John. "Portrait of John N. Fort by Thomas Eakins." Ts. and correspondence, 1978.
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See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Wilmerding, John.

Woollcott, Joan. "Search for a missing masterpiece." Pennsylvania gazette 62, no. 9 (1964). Incl. annotated photocopy, June 1964.
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"Yale Exhibits Clark bequest." Art journal 21, no. 2 (1961-1962), Winter 1961-1962.
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Young, Vernon. "The emergence of American painting." Art international 28, no. 7 (1974). Photocopy, undated.
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[Unidentified article]. Arts and decoration 6, no. 10 (1916). Photocopy of p. 477, undated.
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[Unidentified excerpt]. Art news 45 (August 1946). Photocopy, undated.
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Scope and Content Note

While many of the titles in this subseries represent works devoted to the life and works of Thomas Eakins, a significant number are the catalogs or handbooks published by museums with holdings that include works by Eakins. In regard to the former, Goodrich acquired several of Gordon Hendrick's studies. From the numerous annotations made to one of his copies of Hendrick's 1974 work, Goodrich considered it a significant resource for his own studies. Another book heavily annotated is that by Margaret McHenry, published in 1946. Museums closely associated with Eakins and represented here include the Hirschhorn, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and of course the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Goodrich's references also included general studies of American art, three of which were written by John Wilmerding, scholar and collector of mid- to late-19th century American art. Books referencing other topics related to Eakins are Irene Ward Norsen's biography of five brothers who became rowing champions, and a reprint of the 1893 history of Friend's Central School, at which the artist's father served as writing master for 51 years. The subseries also includes book reviews and transcripts of a master's thesis and doctoral disseration, both of which examine Eakins as well as a finding aid to the papers of the writer Sadakichi Hartmann, which include periodical references to Eakins.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by author.

Adams, J. Howe. History of the life of D. Hayes Agnew, M.D. (1892). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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The Arts in America: the nineteenth century (1969). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Baigell, Matthew. A history of American painting (1971). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Baskin, Leonard. Laus Pictorum: Portraits of nineteenth century artists. Prospectus, circa 1969.
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Baur, John I. H. (John Ireland Howe). American painting in the nineteenth century (1953). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Beaux, Celia. Background with figures: Autobiography of Cecilia Beaux (1930). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Benjamin, S. G. W. (Samuel Greene Wheeler). Art in America (1880). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Boswell, Peyton, Jr. Modern American painting (1939). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Burt, Nathaniel. The Perennial Philadelphians. Review by Carl Bridenbraugh in NYT book review (13 October 1963). Clipping, 1963.
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Butler Art Institute. Supplement to catalog of the permenant collection, 1946.
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Caffin, Charles Henry. The story of American painting (1907). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Cahill, Holger. ed. Art in America in modern times (1934), 1934.
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Canaday, John. The Lives of the painters. Review by Denys Sutton in New York Times book review (2 November 1969). Clipping, 1969.
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Canaday, John. Mainstreams of modern art (1959). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Thomas Eakins as a teacher. Ph.D. dissertation. Ts. 1:4, 1981.
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Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Thomas Eakins as a teacher. Ph.D. dissertation. Ts. 2:4, 1981.
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Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Thomas Eakins as a teacher. Ph.D. dissertation. Ts. 3:4, 1981.
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Chamberlin-Hellman, Maria. Thomas Eakins as a teacher. Ph.D. dissertation. Ts. 4:4, 1981.
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Clark, Eliot. History of the National Academy of Design (1954). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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The painter and the photograph: from Delacroix to Warhol. Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Cortissoz, Royal. American artists (1923). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Craven, Thomas. ed. A Treasury of art masterpieces... (1939). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Czestochowski, Joseph S. The American landscape tradition: a study and gallery of paintings (1982). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Davenport, William. Art treasures in the west (1966). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Davidson, Marshall B. The American heritage: history of the artist's America (1973). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Davidson, Marshall B. Life in America vol. 2 (1951). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Di Curcio, Robert A. "Art on Nantucket." (1986). Excerpts, undated.
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Dorra, Henri. The American muse. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Dunbar, Elizabeth. Talcott Williams: gentleman of the fourth estate (1936). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Flexner, James Thomas. The pocket history of American painting (1950). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Fort Worth Museum of Art. Catalog of paintings (1928), 1928.
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Gerdts, William H. The great American nude: a history in art (1974). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Gloekner, Andre. History of modern painting (1951). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Graebner, Norman A. Fite, Gilbert Courtland. White, Philip L. A history of American people (1970). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Guthorn, Peter J. "The sea bright skiff and other shore boats." (1982). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Haines, Joseph E. A History of Friends' Central School (1938). Reprinted from 1893, 1938.
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Hamilton, George Heard. 19th and 20th century art. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Hamilton, George Heard. Realism and idealism in late 19th century American art: Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Thomas Eakins (in an unidentified anthology undated). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Hartley, Marsden. On art. Edited by Gail R. Scott. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Hartmann, Sadakichi. A history of American art vol. 1 (1902). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Hendricks, Gordon. The life and work of Thomas Eakins (1974). Two copies, incl. one annotated volume, 1974.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Bibliographic reference. Hendricks, Gordon. "The life and works of Thomas Eakins" (1974). Annotated photocopy of bibliography and note.

Hendricks, Gordon. The life and work of Thomas Eakins. Reviews and announcement, 1974-1976.
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Hendricks, Gordon. The photographs of Thomas Eakins (1972). Annotated volume, incl. note, 1972, 1985.
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Hendricks, Gordon. The photographs of Thomas Eakins. Reviews and announcement, 1972, undated.
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Hendricks, Gordon. Various book reviews and obituary notice. Photocopies and clipping, 1972-1980, undated.
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Hills, Patricia. Portraits of Thomas Eakins: The elements of interpretation (December 19, 1968). M.A. thesis. Ts., 1968.
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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The Thomas Eakins collection of the Hirshhorn...: compiled by Phyllis D. Rosenzweig. Autographed volume, 1979.
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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Foreword by S. Dillon Ripley..."Inaugural publication" (1974). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Homer, William Innes. Robert Henri and his circle (1969). Photocopied excerpts and notes, 1976, undated.
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Ingersoll, R. Sturgis (Robert Sturgis). Henry McCarter. Autographed volume, 1944.
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The history of American paintings (1905). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Thomas Eakins: The Heroism of modern life. Review by Theo. Stebbins in New York Times book review (20 May 1984). Photocopies, undated.
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Kent, Rockwell. ed. World famous paintings (1939). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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La Follette, Suzanne. Art in America (1929). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Larkin, Oliver W. Art and life in America (1949). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Locke, Alain LeRoy. ed. The negro in art (1940). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Lubin, David M. Art of portrayal: Eakins, Sargent and James. Review by Jane Van Norman Turano in American art journal (Autumn 1985). Photocopy, undated.
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Marks, William Dennis. "The mechanism of instantaneous photography." In Animal locomotion: the Muybridge work at the University of Pennsylvania [c.1888] ]. Photocopy of annotated Ts., undated.
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Marlor, Clark S. A history of the Brooklyn Art Association with an index of exhibitions (1970). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Mather, Frank Jewett. Estimates in art series 2 (1931). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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McBride, Henry. The flow of art: essays and criticisms of Henry McBride. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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McCurdy, Charles. Modern art: a picture anthology (1958). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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McHenry, Margaret. Thomas Eakins who painted, 1946.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Bibliographic reference. McHenry, Margaret. "Thomas Eakins who painted" (1946). Annotated photocopy.

McKinney, Roland. Eakins, 1942.
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McKinney, Roland. Eakins. Review in Art news 42 (1-14 March 1943). Photocopy, undated.
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McLanathan, Richard B. K. The American tradition in the arts (circa 1968). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Mendelowitz, Daniel Marcus. A history of American art (1960). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art. Minatures: Thomas Eakins, 1944-1916: text by James T. Flexner (1956), 1956.
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Morgan, H. Wayne. Unity and culture: the United States, 1877-1900, Pelican history of the United States: vol 4 (1971). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith). Confessions in art (1930). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Mumford, Lewis. The brown decades (1931). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Mumford, Lewis. Interpretations and forecasts: 1922-1972. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Myron, Robert. Sundell, Abner. Art in America from colonial days through the nineteenth century (1969). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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National Gallery of Art. A pageant of painting...ed. by Huntington Cairns and John Walker. Vol. 2 (1966). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Newhall, Beaumont. The history of photography (1949). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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The Nineties [by the editors of "American Heritage"] (1967). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Norsen, Irene Ward. Ward Brothers, champions of the world, 1958.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / A. People / 3. Other / f. Ward Family. Biographical information. Correspondence, clippings, and photographs. 1:2. Includes correspondence with H. W. Janson.

Pach, Walter. Ananias; or the false artist (1928). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Pach, Walter. Queer thing, painting (1938). Photocopied excerpts, 1984.
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Parry, Ellwood. The image of the Indian and the Black man in American art (1974). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Pennell, Joseph. Adventures of an illustrator (1925). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Checklist. Photocopied excerpts, 1969.
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Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In this Academy [handbook] (1976). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Thomas Eakins: his photographic works (1969). Incl. notes., 1969-1974.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (February 1918, January-February 1970). Incl. photocopy.

Philadelphia Museum of Art. Check list of paintings... [prepared by Henry G. Gardiner], 1965.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art. Introduction to the...Museum...(1985). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Thomas Eakins Collection: by Theodor Siegl: introduction by Evan H. Turner (1978). Annotated hardcover, 1978.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Thomas Eakins Collection: by Theodor Siegl: introduction by Evan H. Turner (1978). Annotated paperback, 1978.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Thomas Eakins Collection: by Theodor Siegl. Note and annotated photocopy of chronology, 1978, undated.
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Phillips, Duncan. The artist sees differently. (1931). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Pollack, Peter. The picture histoy of photography (1969). Photocopied excerpts from chapter 18, 1969, undated.
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Porter, Fairfield. Thomas Eakins. Great American art series. (1959). Hardcover. Incl. notes, 1959, 1969.
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Porter, Fairfield. Thomas Eakins. Great American art series. (1959). Paperback, 1959.
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Porter, Fairfield. Thomas Eakins. Great American art series. Review by Allen Weller in College art journal 20 (Fall 1960). Photocopy, undated.
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Porter, Fairfield. Thomas Eakins. Great American art series. Review by Hilton Kramer in Arts (October 1959). Photocopy, undated.
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Portmann, Paul. Amerikanesche malerei; geometrisierendes Gestalten (1977). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Portmann, Paul. Amerikannesche malerei: Thomas Eakins (1977). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Price, Vincent. "Thomas Eakins." The Vincent Price treasury of American art (1972). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Protter, Eric. "Thomas Eakins." Painters on painting (1963). Photocopied excerpts., undated.
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Prown, Jules David. American painting from its beginning to the Armory Show (1970). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Refregier, Anton. "Government sponsorship of the arts." Reprint from Public Ownership in the U.S.A...a Symposium of Essays, 1961.
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Richardson, Edgar Preston. American Romantic painting (1944). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Richardson, Edgar Preston. "Classic and Romantic idealism" and "Objective realism and Impressionism." The way of Western art (1939). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Rourke, Constance. Charles Sheeler: Artist in the American tradition (1938). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Sarton, May. Journal of a solitude (1973). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Schendler, Sylvan. Eakins (1967). Autographed volume, 1968, undated.
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Schendler, Sylvan. Eakins (1968). Annotated photocopy of Chapter Notes and review in San Francisco Chronicle (7 April 1968), 1968, undated.
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Schendler, Sylvan. Eakins. Review in Journal of the Archives of American Art 8 (April 1968). Photocopy, undated.
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Shoolman, Regina. Slatkin, Charles E. (Charles Eli). The enjoyment of art in American: Philadelphia and New York (1942). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Stebbins, Theodore E. Jr. American master drawings and watercolor (1976). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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University of California, Riverside. Library. The Sadakichi Hartmann Papers, 1980.
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Wadsworth Atheneum. Handbook (1958). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Walker, John. and Macgill James. Great American paintings from Smibert to Bellows, 1729-1924 (1943). Autographed volume, 1943.
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Walker, John. MacGill, James. Great American paintings from Smibert to Bellows (1943). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Walker, John. Paintings from America (1951). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Williams, Hermann Warner. Mirror to the American past: A survey of American genre painting, 1750-1900. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Wilmerding, John. American Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art (1980). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Wilmerding, John. The genius of American painting. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Wilmerding, John. A history of American marine painting (1960). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Wilmerding, John. Peale, Quidor and Eakins: self portraiture as genre painting in Art studies: 25 essays in memory of Milton S. Fox (1975). Offprint and cover letter, circa 1975.
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Wilmerding, John. Psychological Realism. In American Art (1976). Photocopy, undated.
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Young, Mahonri Sharp. American Realists (1977). Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Various museum catalogs and handbooks (1928-1968). Photocopied excerpts, 1980, undated.
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Unidentified publication. Footnotes, undated.
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Unidentified publication. Photocopied excerpts on Gerome and Eakins, undated.
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Unidentified publication on the portrait gallery of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Photocopied excerpts, undated.
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Scope and Content Note

Contains newspaper and magazine clippings about Thomas Eakins, Lloyd Goodrich, the Whitney Museum of American Art and a variety of other topics. Clippings related to Eakins primarily concern exhibitions of his work. The subseries also includes the Whitney Museum of American Art's artist file on Eakins and a scrapbook with research notes that Goodrich received from the College Art Association. Clippings about Goodrich document his advocacy for contemporary American art among other professional activities.

Eakins, Thomas. (Photocopied by LG), 1932-1971, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. (Not photocopied by LG), 1930-1986, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at 460 Park Avenue Gallery (December 1945). Photocopy, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at American Academy of Arts and Letters (January 1958), 1958.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. American Academy of Arts and Letters; National Institute of Arts and Letters. "Thomas Eakins." (16 January-16 February 1958). Two copies, cover letter and exhibition invitation.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Babcock Galleries (November 1927, November 1929). Incl. photocopy, 1927-1929, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Babcock Galleries. "Thomas Eakins." Catalogs from various shows.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Babcock Galleries (December 1930, January-February 1931). Incl. photocopy, 1930. undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Babcock Galleries (June 1945, February 1954). Incl. photocopy, 1945, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions [simultaneous] at Babcock Galleries and Kleeman Gallery (October-November 1939). Joint reviews, 1939.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Kleeman Gallery (June 1936, March 1937, November 1939). Incl. photocopies.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Babcock Galleries. "Thomas Eakins." Catalogs from various shows.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Kleeman Galleries. "Exhibition of paintings by Thomas Eakins." (31 October-25 November [1939]).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art (December 1936, October 1954). Incl. photocopy, 1954, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Baltimore Museum of Art. "Thomas Eakins, 1844-1916: A retrospective exhibition of his paintings." (1 December 1936-1 January 1937). Two copies, incl. annotated volume.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art (February 1932). Incl. photocopy, 1932, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Corcoran Gallery of Art (circa March 1949). Photocopy, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Fifty-sixth Street Galleries (17 January 1931), 1930.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Fifty-sixth Street Galleries. "Paintings by Thomas Eakins, sculpture by Samuel Murray." (17 January 1931).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Grand Central Art Galleries (circa April 1932, November-December 1946). Incl. photocopies, circa 1946, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition [and one-day symposium] at the Hirschhorn Museum (June-September 1977), 1977.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Hirschl Adler Galleries (October-November 1969), 1969.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Hirschl & Adler Galleries. "The American scene: a survey of the life and landscape of the 19th century." (29 October-22 November 1969).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Kleeman Gallery (June 1936, March 1937, November 1939). Incl. photocopies, 1937, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / E. Clippings / f. Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions [simultaneous] at Babcock Galleries and Kleeman Gallery (October-November 1939). Joint reviews.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition [of Los Angeles County Fair Association?] (circa September 1951). Excerpt, 1951.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Dept. of Art (June 1951), 1951.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition (centenary) at M. Knoedler Co. (June-July 1944). Incl. photocopy, 1944, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VIII. Other writings / f. "Thomas Eakins centennial 1844-1944." M. Knoedler & Co. Exhibition catolog (1944). Printed version (2 copies).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at M. Knoedler Co. (December 1949). Photocopy, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at M. Knoedler Co. of works from Brooklyn Museum of Art (April 1954).
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / C. Articles / f. Fosburgh, James W."Brooklyn's 'Home Scene' by Eakins." Art news 53 (April 1954). Photocopy.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (June-September 1950, March-May 1951, April-September 1970). Photocopies, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). "19th century America, paintings and sculpture." (April-September 1970). Photocopied excerpts.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); Art Students League (New York, N.Y.). "Metropolitan Museum of Art presents the 75th anniversary exhibition of painting & sculpture by 75 artists associated with the Art Students League of New York." (1951).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Milch Galleries (circa February 1933, June 1938). Incl. photocopies, 1938, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Milch Galleries. "Thomas Eakins." (January-February 1933).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at the Modern Galleries (Philadelphia, Pa.) (circa January 1933). Photocopy, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (May-June 1930). Incl. photocopy, 1930, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). "Homer, Ryder, Eakins: Sixth loan exhibition." (May 1930). Incl. photocopied excerpts.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (Summer 1946). Photocopied excerpt, undated.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at National Gallery of Art, Art Insititute of Chicago and Philadelphia Museum of Art (October 1961-March 1962), 1961-1962.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VIII. Other writings / f. "Thomas Eakins." National Gallery of Art (1961-1962). Printed version (2 copies) and ephemera.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at New York Cultural Center (circa October 1970), 1970.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Olympia Galleries (circa February 1976). Photocopy.
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Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition (lifetime) at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (February 1915), 1915.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / A. Master catalog / f. Exhibitions, lifetime. "Periodical." Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art-Salons (Paris).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (February 1918, January-February 1970). Incl. photocopy., 1970, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / D. Books / f. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Thomas Eakins: his photographic works (1969). Incl. notes.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / C. Articles / f. "Belated tribute to a troubled artist." Photo bulletin no. 89 (1971).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibitions at Philadephia Museum of Art (March 1930, April 1944). Incl. photocopy, 1944, undated.
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Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / B. Museum bulletins / f. Pennsylvania Museum of Art. Bulletin 25, no. 133 (1930). Three copies, incl. annotated "marked" copy.

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / B. Museum bulletins / f. Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Thomas Eakins Centennial Exhibition." Bulletin 39, no. 201 (1944). Four copies, incl. annotated volume.

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Philadephia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (June-August and September-November 1982). Incl. photocopy, 1982, undated.
Box 25 Folder 32
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / III. Reference / A. Exhibition catalogs and ephemera / f. Sewell, Darrel, 1939-. "Thomas Eakins: Artist of Philadelphia." (Held at Philadelphia Museum of Art and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 29 May-28 November 1982).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition (lifetime) at Philadelphia Society of Artists (November-December 1880). Photocopy, undated.
Box 25 Folder 33
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / A. Master catalog / f. Exhibitions, lifetime. "Periodical." Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art-Salons (Paris).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art (22 September-22 November 1970), September-October 8, 1970.
Box 25 Folder 34
Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art (22 September-22 November 1970), October 9, 1970-January 1971, undated.
Box 25 Folder 35
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VIII. Other writings / f. "Thomas Eakins." Whitney Museum of American Art (1970). Printed version (2 copies).

Eakins, Thomas. Exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art (circa December 1975-February 1976), 1975.
Box 25 Folder 36
Eakins, Thomas. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Division of Education. "Newspaper.", 1975.
Box 26 Folder 1
Eakins, Thomas. Scrapbook regarding exhibitions received from the College Art Association. Includes some research notes, July 1946.
Box 26 Folder 2
Goodrich, Lloyd. Judge in Calloway Gardens Art Exhibition, Georgia, 1962, 1966-1967.
Box 26 Folder 3
Goodrich, Lloyd. New York's World's Fair Art Display, 1964.
Box 26 Folder 4
Goodrich, Lloyd. Support for artists, 1962-1967.
Box 26 Folder 5
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VIII. Other writings / f. Various lectures. (1965-1967). Clippings.

Goodrich, Lloyd. Miscellaneous, 1965-1967.
Box 26 Folder 6
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1962-1965, undated.
Box 26 Folder 7
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1966-1967, 1983, 1985.
Box 26 Folder 8
Miscellaneous, 1961-1962.
Box 26 Folder 9
Miscellaneous, 1963.
Box 26 Folder 10
Miscellaneous, 1964.
Box 26 Folder 11
Miscellaneous, 1965.
Box 26 Folder 12
Miscellaneous, 1966.
Box 26 Folder 13
Miscellaneous, 1967.
Box 26 Folder 14
Miscellaneous, 1968, 1970, 1983-1985.
Box 26 Folder 15
Miscellaneous, undated.
Box 26 Folder 16
Scope and Content Note

In the late 1960s, Goodrich contacted the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery, asking each for x-rays of their paintings by Eakins. According to those letters, Goodrich wanted this material for his current study of the artist's technical methods and to build a collection of such x-rays since there were so few to analyze Eakins's works. This subseries consists of the x-rays each institution supplied, documenting a total of 14 of Eakins paintings, as well as a few others Goodrich apparently collected earlier. His folder of related correspondence and notes is also included.

Most of the other oversized material is also photographic and consists of images of various works, as well as two portraits of the artist. The remaining folders have been processed as "Miscellaneous" because Goodrich's reason for keeping the few tabloid-size publications is unclear. The material varies, from a Civil War news journal to an exhibition catalog of a 1942 competition for U.S. servicemen.

Arrangement

Following correspondence folder, x-rays are alphabetical by title of work, as would be listed in an index. Photograph files precede Miscellaneous, and within each subset, alphabetical.

Correspondence and notes regarding x-rays, 1968-19639, undated.
Box 26 Folder 17
Bacon, Mrs. Letitia Wilson Jordan. (G222), undated.
Box 101 Folder 2
Biglin Brothers Racing, The. (G61), undated.
Box 101 Folder 3
Brinton, Dr. John H. (G101), undated.
Box 101 Folder 4
Chess Players, The. (G96), undated.
Box 101 Folder 5
D'Arza Signora Gomez. (G360), undated.
Box 101 Folder 6
[Head and torso details to] D'Arza Signora Gomez. (G360), undated.
Box 101 Folder 7
[Torso and lap details of] D'Arza Signora Gomez. (G360), undated.
Box 101 Folder 8
Douty, Mrs. Nicholas. (G348), undated.
Box 101 Folder 9
Falconio, Mgr. Diomede. (G425), undated.
Box 101 Folder 10
Home Scene. (G37), 1950.
Box 101 Folder 11
Home Scene. (G37), undated.
Box 101 Folder 12
Husson, Louis. (G328), undated.
Box 101 Folder 13
Husson, Mrs. Louis. (G430), undated.
Box 101 Folder 14
Lady with a Setter Dog. (G213), undated.
Box 101 Folder 15
Rush, William Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River (1908). (G445), 1939.
Box 101 Folder 16
Rush, William Carving His Allegorical Figure of the Schuylkill River (1908). (G445), undated.
Box 101 Folder 17
Schmitt, Max in a Single Scull. (G44), undated.
Box 101 Folder 18
Thinker, The. (G331), undated.
Box 101 Folder 19
Wood, Dr. Horatio C. (related to G239), 1965.
Box 101 Folder 20
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research / f. Multiple entries. Various correspondents re several works, incl. "destroyed" portrait of Dr. George B. Wood.

Writing Master, The. (G188), undated.
Box 101 Folder 21
Photographs. Portraits of Eakins (2). From collection of Seymour Adelman, 1980.
Box 101 Folder 22
Photographs. Various works by Eakins, undated.
Box 101 Folder 23
Miscellaneous. Exhibition catalog. Life magazine and National Gallery of Art "Art Exhibition by Men of the Armed Forces.", [June 1942].
Box 101 Folder 24
Miscellaneous. "Harpers Weekly.", 1861, 1862.
Box 101 Folder 25
Miscellaneous. Newspaper and Sunday Supplement, 1971, 1984.
Box 101 Folder 26

Scope and Content Note

As early as the 1930s, Goodrich was recognized by his peers as the preeminent authority on Thomas Eakins. Owners of possible works by Thomas Eakins were referred to him or sought out his expertise themselves in order to establish authenticity of the object. Up until the end of his life, Goodrich remained committed to examining works as they surfaced, taking the steps necessary to make a final decision. In some cases, a photograph or a visual description of the object and its provenance would be sufficient to make a determination, and in other cases he would visit the actual object and make notes and sketches. It is of interest to note that some of the objects reappeared in the hands of new owners again seeking advice on authenticity, thus attesting to the enduring importance of these files in preserving Eakins's true oeuvre.

The bulk of this series consists of correspondence with owners of possible works by Thomas Eakins's, often accompanied by photographic material. Also included are related notes and sketches by Goodrich.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by genre.

3 linear feet

Animals, 1964, 1984.
Box 27 Folder 1
Drawings, 1971-1986.
Box 27 Folder 2
Figure/genre, 1931-1941.
Box 27 Folder 3
Figure/genre, 1942-1945, undated.
Box 27 Folder 4
Figure/genre, 1951-1959.
Box 27 Folder 5
Figure/genre, 1961-June, 1968.
Box 27 Folder 6
Figure/genre, October 1968-1969.
Box 27 Folder 7
Figure/genre. [oversize], 1968.
Box 102 Folder 1
Figure/genre, 1971-1976.
Box 27 Folder 8
Figure/genre, 1977-1979.
Box 27 Folder 9
Figure/genre, 1980-1984.
Box 27 Folder 10
Landscapes/seascapes, 1936-1980, undated.
Box 28 Folder 1
Nudes, 1939-1958.
Box 28 Folder 2
Nudes, 1961-1965.
Box 28 Folder 3
Nudes, 1967-1969, 1979.
Box 28 Folder 4
Nudes, 1980-1982.
Box 28 Folder 5
Nudes, 1983-1984, 1987.
Box 28 Folder 6
Nude. [oversize]. From Arnold, Dan, undated.
Box 102 Folder 2
Nude. [oversize]. From Clark, Stephen C., undated.
Box 102 Folder 3
Photographs, 1981.
Box 28 Folder 7
Portraits, 1931-1937, undated.
Box 28 Folder 8
Portraits, 1940-1949.
Box 28 Folder 9
Portraits, 1953-1957.
Box 28 Folder 10
Portrait. [oversize], 1954-1963.
Box 102 Folder 4
Portraits, 1960-June, 1966.
Box 28 Folder 11
Portraits, October 1966-1969.
Box 29 Folder 1
Portraits, 1971-1972.
Box 29 Folder 2
Portrait. [oversize], January 1973.
Box 102 Folder 5
Portrait. [oversize]., September 1973.
Box 102 Folder 6
Portraits, 1974-1975.
Box 29 Folder 3
Portraits, 1976-1977.
Box 29 Folder 4
Portraits, 1978.
Box 29 Folder 5
Portraits, 1980-1981.
Box 29 Folder 6
Portraits, 1982-1983.
Box 29 Folder 7
Portraits, 1984-June, 1985.
Box 29 Folder 8
Portraits, July-December 3, 1985.
Box 29 Folder 9
Portraits, December 19, 1985-1986.
Box 29 Folder 10
Portraits, undated.
Box 29 Folder 11
Portrait and nude. [oversize], undated.
Box 102 Folder 7
Sporting scenes, 1931-1983.
Box 30 Folder 1
Still lifes, 1966, 1971.
Box 30 Folder 2
Still life (two flowers in a vase). Oil painting, undated.
Box 2000
Students of Eakins. Adolphe, Albert Jean. In regard to provenance and Adolphe as artist, 1941-1942.
Box 30 Folder 3
Students of Eakins. Adolphe, Albert Jean. In regard to provenance and Adolphe as artist, 1959-1962, 1969, 1979,2003.
Box 30 Folder 4
Students of Eakins. Barnitz, Harry W. In regard to provenance and Barnitz as artist, 1967-1981, undated.
Box 30 Folder 5
Students of Eakins. Barnitz, Harry W. In regard to provenance and Barnitz as artist, 1960-1966.
Box 30 Folder 6
No information, 1942-1967.
Box 30 Folder 7
Miscellaneous, 1962-1977, 1984-1985, undated.
Box 30 Folder 8

Scope and Content Note

This series is comprised of a portion of the material Lloyd Goodrich gathered while preparing "Thomas Eakins: His life and work" (1933), which was published by the Whitney Museum of American Art, where Goodrich was on staff as a researcher and writer of monographs. This biography and catalogue raisonné was the first definitive work on Thomas Eakins, as well as Goodrich's first major publication. It is important to note that the preparatory material for this book became a valuable resource for Goodrich's later publications and continued research on the artist. Thus, much material dated from circa 1930-1933 can be found in the "People" subseries of the "Research series," the "Preliminary notes" and "Drafts and related material" subseries of the "Thomas Eakins (1982)" series; and the "Catalogue raisonné" series.

The bulk of this series consists of correspondence documenting Goodrich's attempt to locate works of art. There is little conclusive content to these files, and it is apparent that Goodrich removed much of the fruitful correspondence to his working files for his later catalogue raisonné. This series also contains material regarding the book's format, methodology, illustrations, and production and distribution. Some reviews and a prospectus is also included.

Arrangement

According to stages of production.

See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / B. Research

1 linear foot

Prospectus, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 1
Format and methodology of catalogue raisonne section. Includes "trace" lists, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 2
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / VII. Catalogue raisonné / C. Working notes / f. Format. Various versions of catalog entry form and explanatory notes re catalog numbering system and criteria for bibliographic and exhibition references.

Works omitted. "Listed in error" in earlier publications, undated.
Box 31 Folder 3
Works omitted. "Listed in error" in earlier publications. Portrait of Benjamin Comegys. Correspondence, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 4
Provenance. Directory of owners. Includes notes regarding Susan Eakins and Philadelphia Museum of Art holdings, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 5
Provenance. Owner's questionnaire. Drafts, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 6
Provenance. Other notes, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 7
Research notes, circa 1930-1933.
Box 31 Folder 8
Research notes. Newspaper and magazine criticisms, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 9
Author's queries (published requests for information) and other requests for information and related notes, 1930-1931, undated.
Box 31 Folder 10
Correspondence. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1930, undated.
Box 31 Folder 11
Correspondence. Addison Gallery of American Art, 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 12
Correspondence. Art Institute of Chicago, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 13
Correspondence. The arts, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 14
Correspondence. Babbott, Frank Lusk, 1854-1933, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 15
Correspondence. Babcock Galleries.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Babcock Galleries. Incl. correspondence from Carnegie Institute.

Correspondence. Boulton, Cecilia (Mrs. Edward).
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / II. Research / B. Subjects / f. Collections. Boulton Family. Correspondence, clipping, photo and notes.

Correspondence. Bradley, William, 1930-1933.
Box 31 Folder 16
Correspondence. Brooklyn Museum. Includes correspondence with Henri Marceau, 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 17
Correspondence. Brown, W. Coulbourn, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 18
Correspondence. Brummer Gallery (New York, New York), 1930.
Box 31 Folder 19
Correspondence. Burroughs, Alan, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 20
Correspondence. Carnegie Institute, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 21
Correspondence. Chappel, W. Vivian, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 22
Correspondence. Cleveland Museum of Art, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 23
Correspondence. Clark, Stephen C.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Clark, Stephen C.

Correspondence. Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 24
Correspondence. Detwiler, Paul B. Includes correspondence with Russell W. Thorpe and Ernest Lee Parker, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 25
Correspondence. Gutenkunst Studio, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 26
Correspondence. Horner, H. M., 1931.
Box 31 Folder 27
See Also:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Babcock Galleries. Incl. correspondence from Carnegie Institute.

Correspondence. Lea, Arthur H., 1930.
Box 31 Folder 28
Correspondence. Marceau, Henri.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / V. Thomas Eakins: His life and work (1933) / f. Correspondence. Brooklyn Museum. Includes correspondence with Henri Marceau.

Correspondence. McBride, Henry, 1867-1962, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 29
Correspondence. McKillop, William, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 30
Correspondence. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 31
Correspondence. Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 32
Correspondence. Montross, N. E., 1930.
Box 31 Folder 33
Correspondence. Murray, Samuel, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 34
Correspondence. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1930-1932.
Box 31 Folder 35
Correspondence. National Gallery of Art (United States), 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 36
Correspondence. Pancoast, Mrs. Morris Hall, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 37
Correspondence. Parker, Ernest Lee.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / V. Thomas Eakins: His life and work (1933) / f. Correspondence. Detwiler, Paul B. Includes correspondence with Russell W. Thorpe and Ernest Lee Parker.

Correspondence. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Art, 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 38
Correspondence. Peter A. Juley and Son, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 39
Correspondence. Philadelphia Museum of Art.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / I. Correspondence and related material / f. Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Correspondence. Philadelphia Sketch Club, 1933.
Box 31 Folder 40
Correspondence. Printing house of William Edwin Rudge, New York City, 1931-1933, undated.
Box 31 Folder 41
Correspondence. Rhode Island School of Design, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 42
Correspondence. Snowden, H., 1931.
Box 31 Folder 43
Correspondence. Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 44
Correspondence. Thorpe, Russell W.
See:

Lloyd and Edith Havens Goodrich, Whitney Museum of American Art, Record of Works by Thomas Eakins / V. Thomas Eakins: His life and work (1933) / f. Correspondence. Detwiler, Paul B. Includes correspondence with Russell W. Thorpe and Ernest Lee Parker.

Correspondence. Trask, Alice N., 1930.
Box 31 Folder 45
Correspondence. University of Pennsylvania, 1930-1931.
Box 31 Folder 46
Correspondence. Utica Public Library, circa 1930.
Box 31 Folder 47
Correspondence. W. Coulbourn Brown, 1931.
Box 31 Folder 48
Correspondence. Weil, A. M., 1930.
Box 31 Folder 49
Correspondence. Whitney Museum of American Art, 1931-1933, undated.
Box 31 Folder 50
Correspondence. William Macbeth, Inc., 1931.
Box 31 Folder 51
Correspondence with printers and publishers, 1930.
Box 31 Folder 52
Photographs and illustrations. Notes, undated.
Box 31 Folder 53
Production and distribution of book. Notes and proof pages, circa 1933.
Box 31 Folder 54
Reviews. Correspondence and photocopied reviews (June 1933, April 1934, July 1939), 1932-1933, undated.
Box 31 Folder 55
"Thomas Eakins: His life and work" (1933). Personal signed copy, 1933.
Box 32 Folder 1
"Thomas Eakins: His life and work" (1933). Personal copy. Includes dedication "To my dearest Mother" in Goodrich's hand, 1933.
Box 32 Folder 2
"Thomas Eakins: His life and work" (1970) reprint of original 1933 edition, 1970.
Box 32 Folder 3

Scope and Content Note

This two-volume book is a revision of the biographical section of Goodrich's 1933 book, "Thomas Eakins: His life and work." Although Goodrich's original intention was to also revise his catalogue raisonné for, at first, simultaneous, and later, subsequent publication, this plan was never realized. Material related to this uncompleted project can be found in the "Catalogue raisonné" series.

In the summer of 1962, Lloyd Goodrich was approached by Thomas Wilson, Director of the Harvard University Press, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Art, to contribute to a series of books on the history of American art by revising his 1933 Eakins biography. Since 1933, Goodrich had continued to lecture, publish, and compile research material on Eakins's life and work, and was already planning a revision of his book. In June 1965, Goodrich entered into a contractual agreement with Harvard University Press and the National Gallery of Art, beginning work on the revision in earnest in the early 1970s.

Although the general structure and content of the biography would remain the same, Goodrich was eager to augment the work with more recent scholarship. His proposed revisions included added material on Eakins's resignation as director of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Eakins's photographic work, and a general rewriting of the "critical" section. In addition, he planned on updating the bibliography, adding an index, reworking the illustrations, and adding color plates.

The bulk of Goodrich's revisions appear in the manuscript version. Subsequent versions bear mostly minor editorial and limited structural fine-tuning made in collaboration with Harvard University Press, and the National Gallery in a lesser capacity. Although the drafts are organized roughly in chronological order, it is likely that Goodrich worked with more than one version of the typescript at any given time, sending sections to Harvard for revision, and refiling revised pages while removing outdated ones. Copious research material can be found mixed with various drafts in the "Preliminary notes" subseries and the largest subseries, "Drafts and related material," including original and photocopied material related to Goodrich's 1933 book. Material regarding the production and distribution of the catalog, including a complete proof of the book, and transparencies and negatives for the illustrations, is located in the "Production and distribution" subseries.

Arrangement

In order of production,"illustrations" and "production and distribution" last.

12.5 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

The bulk of this subseries consists of material originally used by Goodrich in the production of the 1933 book, which he then repurposed for the 1982 biography. The notes are in large part transcripts and photocopies of documents related to Thomas Eakins, including correspondence, ephemera, and interviews. This subseries also contains photocopied and original articles, most notably reprints of "The differential action of certain muscles passing more than one joint" by Thomas Eakins.

Arrangement

In chapter order, followed by subjects.

Chapter 1. Philadelphia. Corrected Ts, maps and notes, circa 1930, 1971, undated.
Box 33 Folder 1
Chapter 1. Boyhood and youth. Notes and transcriptions, circa 1930, 1973-1975, undated.
Box 33 Folder 2
Chapter 2. France and Spain. Notes, correspondence with Susan Eakins and transcriptions, circa 1930, 1976, undated.
Box 33 Folder 3
Chapter 3. Early manhood. Notes, transcriptions and publication, May, 1880, circa 1930, 1971-1973.
Box 33 Folder 4
Chapter 4. Teaching. 1:3, circa 1930, 1940, 1969, 1974, undated.
Box 33 Folder 5
Chapter 4. Teaching. 2:3, circa 1930, 1972-1974, undated.
Box 33 Folder 6
Chapter 4. Teaching. 3:3, circa 1930, 1969-1974, undated.
Box 33 Folder 7
Chapter 5. Middle life. 1:3, circa 1930, 1975, undated.
Box 33 Folder 8
Chapter 5. Middle life. 2:3, circa 1930, undated.
Box 33 Folder 9
Chapter 5. Middle life. 3:3, circa 1930, undated.
Box 33 Folder 10
Criticism, circa 1930, undated.
Box 33 Folder 11
Scientific work (chapter 5 [Ch 15, V]), 1894, circa 1930, 1974, undated.
Box 33 Folder 12
Checklist and outline, undated.
Box 33 Folder 13
Scope and Content Note

These files contain a variety of material including manuscript and typescript pages; notes; photocopied and original notes used in the production of the 1933 catalog; photocopied and original journal articles, clippings, and correspondence; and photocopies of publications by Gordon Hendricks and of Goodrich's 1933 catalog. Original correspondence is noted.

There are multiple files for chapters 1-22, with the exception of chapter 4. Files had originally been identified by chapter and section or by subject. The chapters and section numbers have been updated to match the published version and applied to all the files, except for three general subject folders found at the end of the subseries. Most files also are identified by subject.

Arrangement

In chapter and section order, general subjects last.

Chapter 1. Childhood and youth, circa 1930, 1937-1938, 1970-1976, undated.
Box 34 Folder 1
Chapter 1-2. The Sartain family, circa 1930, 1969-1973, undated.
Box 34 Folder 2
Chapter 2. 1:3, 1971-1978, undated.
Box 34 Folder 3
Chapter 2. 2:3, 1971-1978, undated.
Box 34 Folder 4
Chapter 2. 3:3, 1971-1973, undated.
Box 34 Folder 5
Chapter 3. 1:4, 1969-1979, undated.
Box 34 Folder 6
Chapter 3. 2:4, 1969-1977, undated.
Box 34 Folder 7
Chapter 3. 3:4, 1970-1977, undated.
Box 34 Folder 8
Chapter 3. 4:4, 1969-1974, undated.
Box 34 Folder 9
Chapter 5. Gross Clinic. 1:2, 1930-1974, undated.
Box 35 Folder 1
Chapter 5. Gross Clinic. 2:2, circa 1930, 1974, undated.
Box 35 Folder 2
Chapter 5, III. Hayes, Rutherford B. Also includes Brinton and Archbishop Wood, circa 1930, 1974, undated.
Box 35 Folder 3
Chapter 5, IV. Rush, William and Nannie Williams, 1971-1974, undated.
Box 35 Folder 4
Chapter 5, IV. Rush, William. "Nymph". 1:2, 1936, 1971, undated.
Box 35 Folder 5
Chapter 5, IV. Rush, William. "Nymph". 2:2, 1974-1977, undated.
Box 35 Folder 6
Chapter 5, IV. Rush, William. Painting. Also includes Chapter 3, XII. Old fashioned subjects, 1971-1976, undated.
Box 35 Folder 7
Chapter 6. Bregler, Charles, circa 1930, 1974, 1977, undated.
Box 35 Folder 8
Chapter 6. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1876-1886), 1974, 1977, undated.
Box 35 Folder 9
Chapter 6. Teaching, 1879, 1973-1977, undated.
Box 35 Folder 10
Chapter 6. Teaching. Includes outline of chapters, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 36 Folder 1
Chapter 6. Teaching. Also includes Chapter 7, III and VI. Illustrations and reliefs of spinning and knitting, 1974.
Box 36 Folder 2
Chapter 7, I and III. Crucifixion and illustrations. Also includes Arcadian subjects, 1974-1976, undated.
Box 36 Folder 3
Chapter 7, IV-V. The pathetic song and shad fishing. Includes General George Cadwalader, 1975, undated.
Box 36 Folder 4
Chapter 7, VI. Reliefs of spinning and knitting, 1974, undated.
Box 36 Folder 5
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 1:2, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 36 Folder 6
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 2:2, 1972-1979, undated.
Box 36 Folder 7
Chapter 8, I-II. Death of Margaret and marriage to Susan McDowell. 1:2, 1971-1976, undated.
Box 36 Folder 8
Chapter 8, I-II. Death of Margaret and marriage to Susan McDowell. 2:2, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 36 Folder 9
Chapter 8, III. The Crowell family. Avondale, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 37 Folder 1
Chapter 8, III and chapter 11, IV. The Crowell family. Avondale, 1979, 1980, undated.
Box 37 Folder 2
Chapter 8, IV. Arcadian subjects, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 37 Folder 3
Chapter 8, V. Swimming hole, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 37 Folder 4
Chapter 9, I-II. Still photography. 1:3, 1974-1975.
Box 37 Folder 5
Chapter 9, I-II. Still photography. 2:3, 1976-1977, undated.
Box 37 Folder 6
Chapter 9, I-II. Still photography. 3:3, 1970-1975, undated.
Box 37 Folder 7
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 1:5, 1963, 1979-1980, undated.
Box 37 Folder 8
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 2:5, 1973-1979, undated.
Box 37 Folder 9
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 3:5, circa 1930, 1965-1967, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 37 Folder 10
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 4:5, 1931, 1937, 1966, 1970-1972, undated.
Box 37 Folder 11
Chapter 9, III-V. Motion photography. 5:5, 1975.
Box 38 Folder 1
Chapter 10, I. Status, 1880s, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 38 Folder 2
Chapter 10, III. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. (1886). 1:2, 1974-1977, undated.
Box 38 Folder 3
Chapter 10, III. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. (1886). 2:2, 1974-1977, undated.
Box 38 Folder 4
Chapter 10, VI. Art Students' League of Philadelphia, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 38 Folder 5
Chapter 10, VII. Lectures at other schools. 1:2, circa 1930, 1970-1974, undated.
Box 38 Folder 6
Chapter 10, VII. Lectures at other schools. 2:2, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 38 Folder 7
Chapters 6-10. General, 1974-1975, undated.
Box 38 Folder 8
Chapters 8-10. General, 1975-1979, undated.
Box 38 Folder 9
Chapter 11, I. Personal. 1:2, 1975-1976, undated.
Box 38 Folder 10
Chapter 11, I. Personal. 2:2, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 38 Folder 11
Chapter 11, III. Dakota. 1:2, 1975-1978, undated.
Box 39 Folder 1
Chapter 11, III. Dakota. 2:2, 1975-1977, undated.
Box 39 Folder 2
Chapter 12, I. Whitman, Walt. 1:2, 1975-1976, undated.
Box 39 Folder 3
Chapter 12, I. Whitman, Walt. 2:2, 1976-1977, undated.
Box 39 Folder 4
Chapter 13. Agnew clinic. 1:3, 1973, undated.
Box 39 Folder 5
Chapter 13. Agnew clinic. 2:3, 1974-1976, undated.
Box 39 Folder 6
Chapter 13. Agnew clinic. 3:3, 1976-1977, undated.
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Chapter 14, III. Portraiture, 1973-1977, undated.
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Chapter 14, III. Portraits used, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 14, III. Portraiture. Women, 1973-1977, undated.
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Chapter 14, IV. Portraiture, undated.
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Chapter 14, VI. Musicians, 1974-1977, undated.
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Chapter 14, VII-VIII. The nude and sex, 1977.
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Chapter 14, VIII. The nude and sex, 1975-1977, undated.
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Chapter 15. Sculpture, circa 1930, 1968-1969, undated.
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Chapter 15, I. Murray, Samuel A. 1:3, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 15, I. Murray, Samuel A. 2:3, 1975-1977, undated.
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Chapter 15, I. Murray, Samuel A. 3:3, 1976-1979, undated.
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Chapter 15, III. Brooklyn Arch. 1:2, 1977, undated.
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Chapter 15, III. Brooklyn Arch. 2:2, 1977, undated.
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Chapter 15, III. Trenton reliefs. 1:2, 1969, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 15, III. Trenton reliefs. 2:2, 1977-1978, undated.
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Chapter 15, IV. Sculpture; summary and critque, 1978, undated.
Chapter 15, V. "Differential Action...", 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 16, II. Ella Crowell, 1977, undated.
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Chapter 16, IV. Prizefights. 1:2, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 16, IV. Prizefights. 2:2, 1978.
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Chapter 16, V. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, undated.
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Chapter 16, V. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1975-1977, undated.
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Chapters 11-16. General. 1:5, 1969, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapters 11-16. General. 2:5, circa 1930, 1940, 1956, 1961, 1974-1975, undated.
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Chapters 11-16. General. 3:5, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapters 11-16. General. 4:5, 1973-1978, undated.
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Chapters 11-16. General. 5:5, 1975, undated.
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Chapter 17, I-II. Death of father. Addie Williams, 1970, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 17, III-VI. Frishmuth. Drexel. "The Thinker". Miller. Catholic clergy, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 17, VI. Catholic clergy, 1969, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, I. Growing recognition. 1:2, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, I. Growing recognition. 2:2, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, II. Portraits, 1903-1908, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, III. Head and Bust Portraits, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, IV. Chase, William Merritt. Sargent, 1970-1971, 1978, undated.
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Chapter 18, V, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 19, I. Ogden, Robert C. and Frank Wilber Stokes, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapter 19, II. Businessmen, 1976-1978.
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Chapter 19, III. Pue, Eleanor S. F. and Helen Montanverde Parker, 1961, 1976-1978, undated.
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Chapter 20, I. Rush, William, 1975-1978, undated.
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Chapter 20, II, 1976-1979, undated.
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Chapter 20, III, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapter 20, IV, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapter 20, V, 1977-1978, undated.
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Chapter 21. Posthumous fame. 1:2, 1979, undated.
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Chapter 21. Posthumous fame. 2:2, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapter 22. The artist and his art. 1:2, 1979.
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Chapter 22. The artist and his art. 2:2, 1974-1979, undated.
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Chapters 11-22. General, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapters 17-22. General. 1:5, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapters 17-22. General. 2:5, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapters 17-22. General. 3:5, 1939, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapters 17-22. General. 4:5, 1978-1979, undated.
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Chapters 17-22. General. 5:5, 1977-1979, undated.
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Portraiture. 1:2, 1976-1979, undated.
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Portraiture. 2:2, 1969, 1976-1978, undated.
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Technical methods, 1976-1978, undated.
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Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains the manuscript of Thomas Eakins (1982), chapters 1-22, originally referred to as "manuscript, original" by Goodrich. The manuscript has been corrected by Goodrich. Related material such as photocopied clippings and typescript pages occasionally are interfiled. This subseries also includes separate files of revised and discarded pages; a corrected photocopy of the manuscript version of the bibliography; and an edited and unedited photocopy of the manuscript of chapter 5.

Folders were originally filed according to the 1933 chapter divisions. These titles have been retained, with the updated chapter numbers appearing in brackets.

Arrangement

In chapter order (revision of manuscript rearranged the order some material, as seen in chapter 5) revised and discarded pages follow the corresponding chapter folder.

Chapter 1, 1973-1979.
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Chapter 2 [2], 1971-1976.
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Chapter 2 [3], 1971-1977.
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Chapter 2 [2-3]. Revised and discarded pages, 1971-1973, 1979.