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Julien Levy Gallery records

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Julien Levy (1906-1981) was a pioneering New York art dealer of the 1930s and 1940s. He was introduced to the art world in Paris by Marcel Duchamp, whom he had met in New York in 1926. In Paris he met photographers and artists, including Man Ray, Berenice Abbot, and Joella Haweis, daughter of Dadaist muse Mina Loy, who became his wife. Upon his return to the United States, Levy worked briefly at the Weyhe Gallery before opening the Julien Levy Gallery at 602 Madison Avenue. In 1932, Levy mounted “Surrealisme,” which introduced the Surrealist art movement to New York.

Levy was born in 1906 in New York. He attended Harvard University, where he studied museum administration as a student of Paul Sachs. He did not complete his course of study, however, deciding instead to travel to France in 1927. There he met and befriended artists Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp and others, and was introduced to the work of French photographer Eugene Atget. It Atget’s photographs, that inspired him to become an art dealer. While in France, he also met his wife, Joella Haweis, and her mother, Mina Loy, who would eventually serve as his gallery representative in Paris.

When Levy returned to New York, he worked briefly in the print room of the Weyhe Gallery, as Carl Zigrosser’s assistant. At this time, he also became partial owner of the Atget photograph archive, which had been rescued by photographer Berenice Abbott from Atget’s studio just after his death in 1927. Levy mounted an exhibition of Atget photographs at Weyhe, and it was after this he decided to open his own gallery. Using money he inherited from his mother, Levy open his gallery in 1931. In 1937, he moved the gallery to 15 East 57th Street, and in 1943 he relocated again to 42 East 57th, where the gallery remained until it closed in 1949.

In the beginning, Levy exhibited and sold the work of American and European photographers, including Atget, Stieglitz, Nadar and Henri Cartier-Bresson, promoting photography as an art form, as Alfred Stieglitz had done. In 1932, Levy held the first Surrealism show in New York, displaying works from a variety of mediums, including photography, painting, sculpture, collage and books. This show introduced major artists of the Surrealist movement, most notably Salvador Dali, whose painting “The Persistence of Memory” Levy had purchased the previous year. In addition to promoting Dali’s work, Levy was the first New York dealer to exhibit the works of many important Surrealist-influenced artists, including Joseph Cornell, Frida Kahlo and Arshile Gorky.

After closing his gallery in 1949, Levy turned to teaching. He held teaching positions at Sarah Lawrence College and SUNY Purchase. He also wrote several books: Surrealism, Eugene Berman, Arshile Gorky, and Memoir of an Art Gallery.

Bibliography:

Schaffner, Ingrid and Lisa Jacobs, editors. Julien Levy: Portrait of an Art Gallery. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1998.

Parker, Judith. “Art to me is almost religion.” Harvard Magazine, 1979.

PACSCL survey record.

This collection documents the career of prominent art gallery owner Julien Levy. The records date from 1857 to 1983 and include correspondence, exhibit announcements and invitations, scrapbooks, gallery financial ledgers, audio-visual materials, and personal papers such as letters, diaries, appointment books and calendars. The material in this collection reflects the course of Levy’s life, beginning with childhood letters and elementary school papers, and ending with Levy’s obituary and memorials. The records follow Levy, fresh from Paris, as he opens his gallery in New York and quickly becomes one of the most well-known and respected art dealers in the United States. This star-studded collection features correspondence with some of the most celebrated artists of the Surrealist and other art movements, including Salvador Dali, Arshile Gorky, Frida Kahlo, Man Ray, and Marcel Duchamp. The bulk of material dates from 1933 to 1949, and the 1970s. Researchers should note that the collection contains few records from the 1950s and early 1960s. The collection is divided into seven series: “I. Correspondence,” “II. Subject files,” “III. Exhibition announcements and ephemera,” “IV. Financial records,” “V. Scrapbooks,” “VI. Diaries and calendars,” and “VII. Audio/Visual Materials.”

The “I. Correspondence” series contains letters, postcards, and notes that document Julien Levy’s career as gallery owner and art dealer, as well as his relationships with business associates, patrons, artists, family, and friends. The series is further divided into two subseries: “a. General correspondence” and “b. Personal correspondence.” Researchers should note that personal correspondence can also be found interspersed with the general correspondence. Levy’s general and personal correspondence were initially organized by Marie Difilippantonio, Levy’s assistant (check). This order has been maintained, however, it is important for researchers to be aware that the order is not strictly alphabetical. Correspondents who are represented by a single letter are frequently filed under the first two letters of their last name. For example, Annie W. Allen is filed under “Al’s: Allen“ which is filed after “Alvarez.” Researchers should therefore perform a key word search in order to ensure that the correspondent for whom they are looking is located. Furthermore, as a result of Difilippantonio's excellent description, the content of these letters are described to a limited degree. A keyword search will provide access not only to letters written to and from the artist, but also to letters in which the artist was discussed.

Subseries “b. Personal correspondence,” contains correspondence between Julien Levy and various family members, including his parents, Isabelle Isaacs Levy and Edgar A. Levy, and his sons, Jerrold, Javan and Jonathan. The correspondence in this subseries documents the passionate and volatile relationships with each of Levy’s three wives: Joella Lloyd Levy, Muriel Streeter Levy, and Jean Farley Levy. The records related to Levy’s father, Edgar A. Levy, offer insight into Levy’s tumultuous early years, including his leaving Harvard University, his early travels to Paris, and his first two marriages (and subsequent divorces). The subseries also contains a substantial amount of correspondence with Joella Levy’s mother, artist and writer Mina Loy, with whom Levy developed a close professional and personal relationship. The material dates from 1857 to 1981 and is arranged alphabetically by correspondent’s last name. Researchers are advised to perform a key word search in order to ensure that the correspondent/artist for whom they are looking is located.

Series “IV. Financial records,” consists of ledger books maintained by Julien Levy, personally, as well as for the Julien Levy Gallery. These books contain information on artwork owned by Levy, and include the date of sale and sale price of the pieces. Some of the books also reflect the financial interaction between Levy and his artists. The ledger books date from circa 1925 to 1978 and are listed chronologically.

The “V. Scrapbooks” series includes scrapbooks containing memorabilia from Levy’s career as a gallery owner and art dealer. The books include newspaper articles about the Gallery and the artists Levy represented, as well as exhibit announcements and catalogs, similar to materials found in series “III. Exhibition announcements and ephemera.” The materials date from circa 1925 to 1941 and are arranged alphabetically by scrapbook type and then chronologically.

The “VI. Diaries and Calendars” series contains Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy’s appointment books and calendars. The bulk of materials dates from the 1970s, and continues beyond Julien’s death in 1981. There are a few diaries that date from the late 1940s and 1950s that were shared by Julien and Jean. It is likely, considering some of the personal notations inside, that Julien consulted these diaries as he wrote his memoirs. The appointment books and calendars provide insight into the later years of Levy’s life. The materials are arranged chronologically and date from 1948 to 1981.

Series “VII. Audio / visual materials” contains some undated VHS tapes, compact discs, and CD-ROMs of digitized materials related to Julien Levy, possibly including home video of Levy and his gallery events, interviews conducted about Levy and digital reproductions of exhibition announcements. Most of the digitization of the materials seems to have been done by the Julien Levy Foundation, before the records were transferred to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The processors of this collection did not review the materials; researchers should consult the Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives concerning accessibility of these materials.

Gift of the Jean and Julien Levy Foundation for the Arts, Inc., June 23, 2008

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Finding aid prepared by Christiana Dobrzynski Grippe and Jenna Marrone
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The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.
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Collection Inventory

Abbott, Berenice: Correspondence and documents relating to Atget-Abbott Collection, Julien Levy's involvement, and eventual sale to the Museum of Modern Art, 1929-1974, undated.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: To Julien Levy, ideas on photography, 1979 January.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: To Julien Levy, in French, 1979 February 2.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: To Julien Levy, photograph collection, Dali and "Accommodation of Desire", 1979 April 2.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: To Jean Farley Levy, showing Julien Levy photograph collection in France, 1979 June 8.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: To Jean Farley Levy, returning two photographs of Julien Levy with Dali, 1979 July 18.
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"Ab's": Abadie, Daniel: From Julien Levy, show of photograph collection, 1979 August 5.
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"Ab's": Aberbach Fine Art: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, dinner with Ljuba Popovic, 1974 September 5.
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"Ab's": Abrams, Harry N. (Milton S. Fox): To Julien Levy, "Gaucherie" in book found by Cleveland Museum, 1968 February 21.
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Action, Magazine for the Jewish Masses: Dahlberg, Edward, to Julien Levy, magazine against anti-Semitism, 1935 February 27.
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Action, Magazine for the Jewish Masses: Brook, Ethel, to Julien Levy, regarding publication of Action Magazine, undated.
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Action, Magazine for the Jewish Masses: Levy, Julien to Ethel Brook, regarding publication of Action Magazine, 1935 March 7.
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Adams, Ansel: To Julien Levy Gallery, regarding possibility of exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 May 4.
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Adams, Ansel: From Julien Levy Gallery, gallery closing for the summer, 1932 May 10.
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Addison Gallery of American Art: Hayes, Bartlett H., Jr.: To Julien Levy, Maud Morgan photographs, 1943 July 14.
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Addison Gallery of American Art: Hayes, Bartlett H., Jr.: To Julien Levy, Maud Morgan photographs, 1943 August 9.
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Addison Gallery of American Art: Sabersky, Jane: From Julien Levy regarding Francis "Still Life with Lobster", 1944 April 24.
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Advertising Arts: Fleischer, Ruth, Associate Editor: To Julien Levy, devoting two pages to photographers whose work is not known, 1933 March 28.
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Advertising Arts: Fleischer, Ruth: From Julien Levy, suggests Lee Miller, George Lynes, McRae, and Baasch, 1933 March 30.
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Agha, M.F.: From Julien Levy Gallery, three invoices for Camera Works, 1931 December 14.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, sending article and issues of Camera Works, 1931 December 23.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, returning loan of "La Revolution Surrealiste", 1932 January 18.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, returning C.W. Steichen issue, 1932 January 26.
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Agha, M. F.: From Julien Levy Gallery, payment received, 1932 January 28.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, G.P. Lynes photographs, 1932 February 11.
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Agha, M.F.: Julien Levy, photographs for Vogue, 1932 March 3.
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Agha, M.F.: From Julien Levy, possible exhibition of Agha beach photographs, 1932 October 8.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, Covarrubias and Ernst books, 1933 March 8.
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Agha, M. F.: To Julien Levy, Long Beach photographs with permission to show them, 1933 April 4.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon, Acting Director: To Julien Levy Gallery, enquiry for 1910 Buffalo International Photography Exhibition, 1931 October 14.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon, Acting Director: To Julien Levy, regarding Albright Art Gallery exhibition of photography assembled by Julien Levy, 1931 November 12.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon: From Julien Levy, exhibition in April, 1931 November 23.
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Albright Art Gallery: Christensen, N.L., Educational Director: To Julien Levy, exhibition of Modern Photography, 1932 January 5.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon, Acting Director: To Julien Levy, loan to Modern Photography exhibition, 1932 January 15.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon: From Julien Levy, letter and invoice of photographs to be shipped, 1932 January 20.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon, Acting Director: To Julien Levy, Strand New Mexican photographs, 1932 January 21.
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Albright Art Gallery: "Accession sheet" regarding purchase of Photo-eye and Malerei Fotografie Film, 1932 January 25.
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Albright Art Gallery: Christensen, N.L., Educational Director: To Julien Levy, first names of Lerski and Kertesz, 1932 January 29.
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Albright Art Gallery: Christensen, N. L.: From Julien Levy, biographies of photographers, 1932 February 2.
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Albright Art Gallery: Christensen, N.L., Educational Director: To Julien Levy, regarding Atget mistake and extending exhibition to College of Architecture in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1932 February 15.
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Albright Art Gallery: Christensen, N. L.: From Julien Levy, okay for Ann Arbor, 1932 February 18.
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Albright Art Gallery: List of photographs by D. O. Hill, undated.
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Albright Art Gallery: Washburn, Gordon, Director: To Julien Levy, will loan Julien Levy photographs by D. O. Hill, 1932 September 23.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice, Assistant to the Director: To Julien Levy, Hill photographs insurance coverage, 1932 October 1.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice: From Julien Levy, valuation of Hill photographs loaned to Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 October 4.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice, Assistant to the Director: To Julien Levy, bill for transit and valuation of Hill photographs, 1932 October 6.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice: From Julien Levy estimating the value of the Hill photographs, 1932 October 7.
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Albright Art Gallery: Acknowledging receipt of Hill photographs by Albright Gallery, 1932 November 9.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice, Assistant to the Director: To Julien Levy, have not received valuation of Hill photographs from Julien Levy, 1932 December 12.
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Albright Art Gallery: Howe, Beatrice: From Julien Levy, valuation of Hill photographs, 1932 December 15.
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Allan Frumkin Gallery: Letters in reference to Robert Barnes and Matta, receipt for consignment, letter of condolence to Jean Farley Levy, 1960-1981.
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Alvarez Bravo, Manuel: From Julien Levy, Exhibition of Mexican Photography in Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 February 26.
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Alvarez Bravo, Manuel: To Julien Levy Gallery, exhibition in Spanish, 1932 March 9.
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Alvarez Bravo, Manuel: From Julien Levy, photographs, 1932 March 18.
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Alvarez Bravo, Manuel: From Julien Levy, photographs for show of Mexican Photography, 1932 April 14.
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Alvarez Bravo, Manuel: To Jean Farley Levy, Rudolf Kicken Gallery, payment for four small Bravo prints sold to Kicken Gallery, 1981 January 8.
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"Al's": Allard, Harry: To Julien Levy, regarding doctoral research, 1965 October 11.
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"Al's": Allard, Harry: To Julien Levy, regarding doctoral research, 1965 December 13.
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"Al's": Allen, Annie W.: To Julien Levy, Julien's mother, 1924 September 11.
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"Al's": Allyn, Lyman Museum: From Julien Levy, Winslow Ames, drawing "Le Parapet" from exhibition, undated.
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American Chess Foundation: Wallach, Sidney: To Julien Levy, thanks for contribution, 1961 June 5.
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American Chess Foundation: Wallach, Sidney: To William Wise, handling sale of Dali chess sets, 1977 December 2.
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American Chess Foundation: Wise, William: To Julien Levy, asking to write something for flyer to market Dali chess set, 1978 April 3.
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American Chess Foundation: Invitation to benefit, 1961 May 9.
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American Federation of the Arts: To Julien Levy, Exhibition of American Photography, 1931 November 16.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O.: From Julien Levy, refusal of offer to lend to exhibition, 1931 November 17.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, possibility of lending only five prints, 1931 November 18.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, thanks for agreeing to loan and request for clippings, 1931 November 24.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O.: From Julien Levy about clippings, 1931 November 28.
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American Federation of the Arts: Park, Edwin Avery: From Julien Levy, list of fifteen photographs on consignment to the American Federation of the Arts, 1932 January 6.
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American Federation of the Arts: Whiting, Frederic Allen, President: To Julien Levy, requesting list of artists whose work is controlled by Julien Levy, 1932 January 29.
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American Federation of the Arts: To Julien Levy, American Art Annual, sold to Julien Levy, 1932 February 1.
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American Federation of the Arts: Whiting, Frederic Allen, President: To Julien Levy, list of artists and photographers, including Berman, Campigli, C. Howard, Bayer, Atget, Nadar, Evans, G.P. Lynes, 1932 February 1.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, Exhibition of Modern European Photography, 1932 February 23.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O.: From Julien Levy, requesting loan of photographs, 1932 March 3.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, exhibition photographs not needed until fall, 1932 March 8.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, extension of Modern Pictorial Photography Exhibition and list of photographs in exhibition, 1932 April 19.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O., Director: To Julien Levy, completion of "Modern Pictorial Photography" exhibition, 1933 May 17.
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American Federation of the Arts: Parker, Thomas, Director: To Julien Levy, including Atherton and Kelly paintings in Traveling Show from the Art Institute's Annual, 1947 December 22.
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American Federation of the Arts: Christensen, Erwin O.: From Julien Levy, please return all photographs as the Julien Levy Gallery is closing for summer, 1933 May 18.
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American Federation of the Arts: Pope, Mrs. John A., Assistant Director: To Julien Levy, "Abstract and Surrealist American Art" exhibition, itinerary, and receipt for loan of Atherton "Small Construction" and Kelly "The Hunter's Dream.", 1949 February 28.
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Amero, Emilio: From Julien Levy, Exhibition of Mexican Photography in Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 February 26.
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Amero, Emilio: To Julien Levy, exhibition, 1932 April 24.
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Amero, Emilio: From Julien Levy, regarding an exhibition or one man show, 1933 January 23.
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Amero, Emilio: To Julien Levy, sending seven photographs, 1933 January 30.
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Amero, Emilio: From Julien Levy, Receipt of the seven photographs, 1933 February 15.
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Amero, Emilio: From Julien Levy Gallery, receipt for photographs on consignment, 1935 February 6.
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Amero, Emilio: Three photographs of paintings by Amero.
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"Am's": Amateur Cinema League, Incorporated: Russell C. Holslag, Technical Consultant: To Julien Levy, thanks for filling out questionnaire, 1932 February 18.
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"Am's": American Committee for the Relief of Victimized German Children: Fannie Hurst, Director: To Julien Levy, request for donation, 1933 December 19.
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"Am's": American Dovecote & Shooting Gallery: Betsy Richebourg: To Julien Levy, writing something for exhibition catalog, 1978 March 18.
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"Am's": American Studio Books: Christopher E. Fremantle: To Julien Levy, Julien Levy's Berman book, 1946 September 13.
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"Am's": American Studio Books: Christopher E. Fremantle: To Julien Levy, Julien Levy's Berman book, 1947 May 23.
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"Am's": Amft, Robert: To Julien Levy, asking Julien Levy to look at his work, oils, watercolors, and drawings, 1945 October 24.
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Andrews, Wayne: To Julien Levy, Un Chien AnDaliou information, 1934 November 21.
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Andrews, Wayne: To Julien Levy, Julien Levy on Gorky, autobiography, 1965 November 18.
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Andrews, Wayne: To Julien Levy, archives, autobiography, 1965 December 16.
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Andrews, Wayne: To Julien Levy, Cornell's estate, 1973 March 25.
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Andrews, Wayne: To Julien Levy, book publishers and Cornell, 1974 May 4.
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"An's": Andoga, Mrs. Victor (by Borris M. Komar, her attorney): To Julien Levy, consignment of ballet sketches, 1945 October 26.
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"An's": Antheil, George: To Julien and Jean, How are things in New York City?, 1936 September.
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Apeda Studio: Goodfield, I. W.: To Julien Levy Gallery, receipt from Mr. Brattner, 1932 May 12.
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Apeda Studio: Goodfield, I. W.: To Julien Levy Gallery, receipt from Mr. Gerlach, 1932 May 21.
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Architectural Digest: Burchell, Sam, Senior Editor: To Julien Levy, article on the Julien Levy Collection, 1980 February 28.
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Architectural Digest: Burchell, Sam, Senior Editor: To Julien Levy, article on the Julien Levy Collection, 1980 April 17.
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Architectural Digest: Burchell, Sam, Senior Editor: To Jean Farley Levy, appointment in September, 1980 July 8.
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Architectural Digest: Mory, Lindsay, Editorial Production: To Jean Farley Levy, forms to complete story, 1981 February 13.
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Architectural Digest: Levy, Jean Farley: To Burchell, Sam, thoughts of Julien shortly after his death, 1981 March 6.
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Architectural Digest: Burchell, Sam, Senior Editor, to Jean Farley Levy, 1981 March 17.
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Architectural Digest: Tomkins, Calvin: To Jean Farley Levy, note and copy of article, 1981 March 25.
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Architectural Digest: Mory, Lindsay, Editorial Production: To Jean Farley Levy, returning photographs, 1981 May 18.
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Architectural Digest: Rense, Paige, Editor-in-Chief: To Jean Farley Levy, article to be published in August, 1981 issue, 1981 June 26.
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Architectural Digest: Clipperton, Donna, Manager Rights and Permissions: To Jean Farley Levy, article to be published in Italian edition, 1982 January 18.
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Architectural Digest: Clipperton, Donna, Manager Rights and Permissions: To Jean Farley Levy, regarding the possibility of using the article in other international editions of Architectural Digest, 1983 March 11.
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Architectural Digest: Several copies of tear sheets from the article on the Julien Levy Collection, 1981 March.
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Arp, Hans: From Julien Levy, in French about selling Arp's works, 1934 December 27.
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Arp, Hans: Comments on Arp by Benayoun, Arp, Breton, and Duchamp with handwritten note by Julien Levy, undated.
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Arp, Hans: Art of This Century Gallery, Arp exhibition catalog with essay by Ernst, 1944 February.
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Arp, Hans: Jaulet, Pierre, to Julien Levy, letter and five photographs of Arp's work, 1950 May 30.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Julien Levy Gallery, 1934-1948.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Julien Levy collection appraisal, David Travis appraisal of photograph collection, 1975.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Photographs on loan and list of photographs on extended loan, 1977.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Gift/Purchase Correspondence, regarding part of Julien Levy photograph collection, 1974-1987.
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Art Institute of Chicago: List of photographs, 1981.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Publications about Julien Levy photographs collection.
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Art Institute of Chicago: Jean Farley Levy art loan, 1982.
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Artists for Victory: Julien Levy, to "Gentlemen", blanks to enter pictures in their exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1942 September 24.
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Artists for Victory: Julien Levy, to "Sirs", enclosing cards for pictures for exhibition, 1942 October 5.
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Artists for Victory: Julien Levy, to Arthur Crisp, postponement of Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, requesting return of Atherton's "Freckles" and Berman's "Paludia", 1944 April 11.
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Artists for Victory: Julien Levy, to Arthur Crisp, second request to return pictures, 1944 April 27.
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Artists for Victory: Julien Levy, to Arthur Crisp, regarding substitution of two paintings by the same artists, 1944 May 9.
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Arts Club of Chicago: Roullier, Alice, Chairman of the Exhibition Committee, correspondence regarding various exhibitions of Rose, Giacometti, Tchelitchew, Cocteau, Berard, exhibition catalogs from Tchelitchew exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery and Cocteau, 1934-1935.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: Girard, Michel, to Julien Levy, invitation to Evans-Lynes opening, 1932 February 6.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: Julien Levy, to Michel Girard, Lynes and Evans, 1932 February 26.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: Julien Levy, to Peignot, check enclosed for twenty copies of "Photographie 1932", undated.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: To Julien Levy, "Photographie 1932", 1932 May 27.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: To Julien Levy, in French, 1933 January 7.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: From Julien Levy, "Paris de Nuit", 1933 February 7.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: To Julien Levy, in French, 1933 February 13.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: To Julien Levy, receipt for ten "Paris de Nuit", 1933 March 31.
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Arts et Métiers Graphiques: From Julien Levy, "Paris de Nuit", 1933 April 3.
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"Ar's": Art Students League of New York: Goodman, A. Bayar, to Julien Levy Gallery, show of sculptors' drawings, 1932 December 3.
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"Ar's": Art Students League: From Julien Levy Gallery, loan of Brancusi drawing, 1932 December 23.
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"Ar's": Art Students League: From Julien Levy Gallery, list of loaned photographs, 1933 January 7.
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"Ar's": Art Alliance: Julien Levy Gallery, to Claire Lee Spector, prices for drawings "Mosquito on Drapery" and "Mosquito", 1944 February 15.
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"Ar's": Arts Council of Great Britain: Director of Art, to Julien Levy, regarding introduction for Gorky exhibition catalog, 1965 February 16.
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"Ar's": Arquin, Florence: To Julien Levy, delivery of painting and letter from Frida Kahlo, 1943 October 1.
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"Ar's": Archives of American Art: Hooton, Bruce D., Head of New York Office, to Julien Levy, request for Julien Levy papers for the Archives of American Art, 1944 February 15.
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"Ar's": Arts Publishing Corp: Watson, Forbes, to Julien Levy, unpaid bill for Arts Weekly photographs, 1932 February 9.
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"Ar's": Arts Publishing Corp.: From Julien Levy, invoice for photographs, 1932 February 12.
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"Ar's": Art Association of Indianapolis, Indiana: Peat, Wilbur D., Director of the Museum, to Julien Levy Gallery, possible purchase of Degas painting, 1935 March 16.
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Ascrizzi, Joseph: Loan of Ascrizzi boxes, personal letters, biographical info, exhibition catalogs, 1971-1975.
Box 2 Folder 5
"As's": Ash, Isaac: To Julien Levy, regarding meeting with Duchamp in Philadelphia, 1979 February 15.
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"As's": Ashton, Dore: To Julien Levy, help with Cornell piece, 1973 August 25.
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"As's": Askew, Kirk: To Julien Levy, regarding operation, 1942 October 22.
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"As's": Askew, Kirk: To Julien Levy, Christmas card, undated.
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"As's": Askew, Kirk: To Julien Levy, sending Julien Levy half of check from Wright Ludington for the Berman, 1943 March 29.
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"As's": Askew, Kirk: To Julien Levy, regarding another check from Ludington, 1943 April.
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"As's": Assante, Angelo: From Julien Levy, 1932 January 13.
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Atget, Eugene: Copy of a letter written by Atget, Atget exhibition announcements from Weyhe Gallery, correspondence regarding Atget photographs owned by Julien Levy, newspaper articles on Atget.
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Atget, Eugene: List of plates from Atget Collection, undated.
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Atherton, John: Correspondence regarding Atherton's work and exhibitions at the Julien Levy Gallery, copy of exhibition press release and catalog with prices, 1942-1948.
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Atherton, John: Art photographs, undated.
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Austin, Everett (Chick): Four greeting cards, 1935-1940, undated.
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Avery, Milton: Postcard, greeting cards, exhibition catalog, 1958-1971, undated.
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B. Westermann Co. Incorporated: Letters regarding book order and loan of photographs to B. Westermann, 1932-1934.
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Balthus, Pierre: Matisse Gallery exhibition catalog, 1957 January 1.
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Balthus, Pierre: Matisse Gallery exhibition catalog, Foreword by Patrick Waldberg., 1967 March 28-April 22.
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Bandler, Bernard: Essay by Julien Levy on "The Decorative Arts", 1929 February 6.
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Bandler, Bernard: To Julien Levy, Regarding essay by Julien Levy on "The Decorative Arts", undated.
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Bandler, Bernard: To Julien Levy, Regarding essay by Julien Levy on "The Decorative Arts", 1929 April 5.
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Bandler, Bernard: Revision and publication of essay in "Hound and Horn", 1929 April 11.
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Bandler, Bernard: Revision of essay, 1929 April 16.
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Barnes, Robert: to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, letter of reference to Indiana University, undated.
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Barnes, Robert: From Julien Levy, reference for Barnes, undated.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, painting for Julien, 1962 December 11.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, regarding death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1963 November 25.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, Allan Frumkin, Chicago, 1966 December 29.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy, illustrating Julien Levy's short stories, 1968 July 21.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, paintings, 1970 September 7.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy, Move to Italy, illustrating "Jacob Again", 1972 November 29.
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Barnes, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, working again in United States, painting, two photographs enclosed, 1976 February 9.
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Barnes, Robert: To Jean Farley Levy, letter of condolence, 1981 February 24.
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Barnes, Robert: Invitations to three Barnes exhibitions at the Frumkin Gallery in Chicago and New York City, undated.
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Barnes, Robert: Photographs of Barnes art work.
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Barr, Alfred: to Kirk Askew, paintings by Olga Costa, 1942 October 23.
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Barr: Barr, Alfred, to Askew, Kirk, does not want to take paintings by Costa, and is returning the photographs, 1942 October 26.
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Barr: Barr, Alfred, to Stewart, Robert and Julien Levy, regarding Surrealist pamphlet "Insult", 1949 March 10.
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Barr: Barr, Stephen, to Julien Levy, "The Bluestone Quarterly", 1964 January 28.
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Barr: Barr, Stephen, to Julien Levy, submission to magazine of a play by Barr, 1964 February 20.
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Basse-Film: Basse, Wilfried, to Julien Levy, in German, 1932 February 14.
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Basse-Film: Julian Levy to Basse, Wilfried, films, 1932 March 20.
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Basse-Film: Basse, Wilfried, to Julien Levy, in German, 1934 December 27.
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Basse-Film: Julien Levy, to Basse, Wilfried, in German, 1935 February 23.
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Bauchant, Andre: Catalog for exhibition at John Becker Gallery, New York City, 1931 November.
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Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, enclosing photographs of paintings and life data, 1931 January 10.
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Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, exhibitions, undated.
Box 3 Folder 8
Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, typographic works taken from Berlin, 1931 November 21.
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Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, prices for exhibition works, 1931 November 21.
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Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, agreeing to prices, 1931 December 7.
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Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, awaiting samples of typographic works, 1931 December 14.
Box 3 Folder 8
Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, "Surrealiste" exhibition including Bayer paintings, 1931 December 28.
Box 3 Folder 8
Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, list for invitations to exhibition, 1932 January 14.
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Bayer, Herbert: Berthold, H., to Julien Levy, in German, A B C Kalender 1932, 1932 January 18.
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Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, success of Surrealist exhibition, 1932 February 12.
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Bayer, Herbert: Julien Levy, to Berthold, H., Kalendar, 1932 February 26.
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Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, photomontages, Chicago World's Fair, 1932 February 26.
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Bayer, Herbert: To Julien Levy, can keep pictures until April, 1932 March 1.
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Bayer, Herbert: From Julien Levy, future exhibitions, Chicago World's Fair, 1932 March 18.
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Bayer, Herbert: Invitation to opening of Bayer exhibition at the London Gallery.
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"Ba's": Baasch, Kurt: From Julien Levy, acknowledging receipt of photographs to be exhibited at the Staatliche Museen, Berlin, 1933 February 18.
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"Ba's": Bachrach, Inc: Faber, L.A., Manager, to Julien Levy, Bachrach will pay commission of fifteen percent on orders placed by patrons sent by Julien Levy, 1931 November 27.
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"Ba's": Baker, James Herbert, Jr.: To Julien Levy, sending drawings, 1935 February 28.
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"Ba's": Barnes, Mrs. Albert: From Julien Levy, books with photos of plants and flowers, in German, 1931 November 7.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, just back from Paris, 1973 January 1.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, recent publication, 1974 March 26.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, seeing them at Gotham Book Mart, 1977 April 6.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy, copy of letter from "The Print Collector's Newsletter" regarding Baum's review of Julien Levy's book, 1977 May 17.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy, copy of "Print Collector's Newsletter" with article on Julien Levy's book, 1977 June 30.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, article, 1977 August 22.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, "Happy 1978", 1977 December 1.
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"Ba's": Baum, Timothy: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, to say hello, 1979 August 2.
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"Ba's": Baumann, Karl: To Julien Levy Gallery, asking for a one-man show of paintings, 1940 August 3.
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"Ba's": Baumann, Karl: To Julien Levy Gallery, asking for answer to previous letter, 1940 September 11.
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Beal, Jack: Miscellaneous letters.
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Beal, Jack: Hurwitz, Sidney, Boston University Chairman, Division of Art, invitation to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy for opening of Beal Exhibition at Boston University, 1974 January 14.
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Beal, Jack: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, invitation to see mural paintings at U.S. Department of Labor Building, undated.
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Beal, Jack: Greeting cards, invitations to various Beal exhibitions.
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Beal, Jack: To Julien Levy, Frumkin Gallery newsletter with article about Beal murals, 1976 Spring.
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Beall, Joanna: Receipt for paintings, "Tenderfoot and Cottontail" and "Repent", 1973 November.
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Beall, Joanna: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, receipt for "Artificial Landscape", 1976 April 3.
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Beall, Joanna: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, Christmas card, 1977 December 15.
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Beall, Joanna: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, get well wishes for Julien Levy, 1979 April 16.
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Beaubourg: Articles written by Julien Levy and William Copely for the Inaugural Exhibition of the Centre Beaubourg catalog.
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Bellmer, Hans: To Julien Levy, in French, 1940 January 16.
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Bellmer, Hans: To Julien Levy, in French, 1941 January 31.
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Bellmer, Hans: Two photographs of Bellmer's work with Richard Feigen, Chicago, label on verso.
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Bellmer, Hans: Two Bulletin de Souscription for "Les Jeux de la Poupée".
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: To Julien Levy, pictures from Ecuador and exhibition, 1940 August 2.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: To Julien Levy, list of pictures for exhibition, 1940 August 20.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: To Julien Levy, check for votive pictures and publicity information, undated.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: From Julien Levy, financial setup for exhibition, 1940 November 14.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: From Julien Levy, opening new gallery upon return from war, 1943 March 5.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: To Julien Levy, cursed by bad luck this year, undated.
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Bemelmans, Ludwig: Photograph of artwork by Bemelmans with Julien Levy Gallery stamp on verso.
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Berard, Christian: To Julien Levy, letter written in French, undated.
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Berard, Christian: Provenance of "The Butcher's Children", undated.
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Berard, Christian: Galerie Lucie Weill, Paris, exhibition catalog, 1969 January 31-March 7.
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Berard, Christian: Photographs of works by Berard, undated.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, 1931-1932.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, 1933-1934.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, 1935-1943.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, 1944-1945.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, 1946-1969.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence, undated.
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Berman, Eugene: Correspondence written from Los Angeles and Villa Carlotta, undated.
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Berman, Eugene: Incomplete letters, 1933, undated.
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Berman, Eugene: Lists of artwork and biographical information, undated.
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Berman, Eugene: Photographs of Berman's work, circa 1930s-1940s.
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Berman, Eugene: Photographs of Berman's work, circa 1930s-1940s.
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Berman, Eugene: Exhibition catalogs and announcements, 1941-1963, undated.
Box 6 Folder 6
Berman, Leonid: Correspondence in French, including cover page for manuscript "Embarquement pour Cythère", pencil sketches, Julien Levy Gallery Leonid exhibitions catalogs, newspaper clippings, and photograph of Leonid by Georges Allie, 1934-1959, undated.
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Berman, Leonid: Photographs of artwork, 1934, undated.
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Berman, Leonid: Photographs of artwork, 1934, undated.
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Bernier, Georges: To Julien Levy, instructions for sending Ernst collages and gouache, 1965 February 26.
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Bernier, Georges: From Julien Levy, regarding Ernst, Chirico drawing, 1965 December 23.
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Bernier, Georges: To Julien Levy, sending check, 1966 January 14.
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Bernier, Georges: From Julien Levy, Ernst collages, 1969 June 23.
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Bernier, Georges: From Julien Levy, revision of previous, 1969 June 24.
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Bernier, Georges: To Julien Levy, regarding Ernst, 1969 June 28.
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Bernier, Georges: Sargent, Murray, to Julien Levy, letter regarding Georges Bernier, 1972 May 12.
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Bernier, Georges: Bernier, Peggi, to Julien Levy, thanks for use of Paris flat, undated.
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Bernier, Georges: Bernier, Peggi, to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, "chez Penrose", undated.
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Bernier, Georges: Bernier, Peggi, to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, thanks again for use of Paris flat, 1970 August 12.
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"Be's": Becker, John: Catalog with foreword by M.F. Agha for "Photographs by Three Americans" exhibition at John Becker Gallery, 1931 April 18-May 8.
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"Be's": Bel Geddes, Norman: To Julien Levy, invitation to preview of "Chien AnDaliou", 1932 November 29.
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"Be's": Bender, Frank: To Julien Levy Gallery, invoice for photographs, 1932 March 3.
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"Be's": Benzier Brothers: To Julien Levy Gallery, invoice for religious books or religious art, 1932 March 18.
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"Be's": Berg, Gretchen: To Julien Levy, list of photographers and interview with Julien Levy, 1977 March 4.
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"Be's": Berry-Hill Galleries: To Julien Levy, Bradford painting at Berry-Hill, 1978 November 20.
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Biala: To Jean Farley Levy, receipt from Galerie Jacob in Paris for Biala "Le Lapin a la cage", 1987 December 17.
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Biala: Exhibition catalog from Stable Gallery, New York City, with handwritten note on front, 1963 January 6-26.
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Bing, Ilse: van Loon, Hendrik Willem, to Julien Levy, regarding Ilse Bing's photographs, undated.
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Bing, Ilse: van Loon, Hendrik Willem, to Julien Levy, regarding Ilse Bing's photographs, undated.
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Bing, Ilse: van Loon, Hendrik Willem, to Julien Levy, "Blurb", undated.
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Bing, Ilse: van Loon, Hendrik Willem, to Julien Levy, Bing's address in Paris, undated.
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"Bi's": Biddle, Mrs. George: From Julien Levy, possibility of exhibiting her sculptures, 1933 May 3.
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"Bi's": Bin, Cesar A.: To Julien Levy, sending his book "Leurs Figures", 1932 October 17.
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Blume, Peter: Correspondence regarding work and exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery and photographs of "Eternal City" and "Lillies", 1937-1941.
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"Bl's": Blake, Patricia: Matrix Gallery exhibition catalog, 1954 April 11-May 15.
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"Bl's": Blesh, Rudi: To Julien Levy, regarding Brauner account, 1949 April 11.
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"Bl's": Blow, George: To Julien Levy, Christmas card, undated.
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"Bl's": Blue Moon Gallery: Saphire, Lawrence M., Director, to Julien Levy, check and ledger, 1978 February 6.
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"Bl's": Blue Moon Gallery: Saphire, Lawrence M., Director, to Julien Levy, ledger, 1978 March 18.
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"Bl's": Blue Moon Gallery: Saphire, Lawrence M., Director, to Julien Levy, Ernst etching, 1980 July 3.
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"Bl's": Blum, Herr: From Julien, Film and Moholy-Nagy, 1931 November 11.
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Bode, Allie: To Julien Levy, thanks for including her in list of portfolios, 1931 October 24.
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Bode, Allie: To Julien Levy, lists of prints sent to Julien Levy Gallery, 1931 May 13.
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Bode, Allie: From Julien Levy, receipt for photographs received, 1931 November 19.
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Bode, Alli: From Julien Levy, regarding her photos, 1932 October 19.
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Bode, Allie: To Julien Levy, permission to keep photos, 1932 November 1.
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Bodley Gallery: Mann, David, to Julien Levy, receipt for four works by Brauner, 1961 March 17.
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Bodley Gallery: Mann, David, to Julien Levy, Gorky drawing, 1961 December 19.
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Bodley Gallery: From Julien Levy, Gorky drawing, 1962 March 12.
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Bodley Gallery: Mann, David, to Jean Farley Levy, letter of condolence, undated.
Box 3 Folder 24
Bonjean, Jacques: Correspondence regarding Bonjean collection and sales by Julien Levy Gallery, 1933-1947.
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Bourke-White, Margaret: To Julien Levy, will let Julien Levy have photographs for exhibition, 1932 March 17.
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Bourke-White, Margaret: Fratkin, E. P., to Porter, Allen, regarding exhibition at the State Art Library in Berlin, 1933 February 1.
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Bourke-White, Margaret: New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, exhibition catalog, 1976 May 8-June5.
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"Bo's": Boiffard: Receipt for photos on consignment, 1932 April 14.
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"Bo's": Bonney, Thérèse: From Julien Levy, requesting her photographs for Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 January 28.
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"Bo's": Boucher, Madame: From Joella Levy, in French, 1932 November 2.
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"Bo's": Bowden, H.: To Julien Levy, Atget photographs, 1942 December 9.
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"Bo's": Bowden, H.: From Julien Levy, price and description of Atgets available for sale, 1942 December 16.
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Bradford, William: Childs, Charles, to Julien Levy, iceberg paintings, 1943 October 13.
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Brassai: To Julien Levy, Happy New Year, 1973 January 1.
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Brassai: To Julien Levy, Exhibition at Marlborough Gallery, New York City, 1976 September 9.
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Brassai: Invitation to reception for exhibition at Marlborough Gallery, 1976.
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Brauner, Victor: Correspondence regarding Brauner's work and exhibitions and exhibition catalogs, 1945-1968.
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Brauner, Victor: Photographs of Brauner art works.
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Brenwasser, Eugene: To Julien Levy Gallery, invoices for art photographs, 1942-1943.
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Breton, Andr: Preface to catalogue for Frida Kahlo exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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Breton, Andr: To Julien Levy, request for copy of "Surréalisme" exhibition catalog, 1932 January 28.
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Breton, Andr: From Julien Levy, regarding remaining catalogs, 1932 February 10.
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Breton, Andr: From Julien Levy, regarding Masson, Ernst, and Dali, 1934 April 4.
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Breton, Andr: From Julien Levy, regarding Elouard, 1935 February 19.
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Breton, Andr: To Julien Levy, La Révolution Surréaliste, Petite Anthologie, 1935 March 2.
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Breton, Andr: From Julien Levy, 1935 April 5.
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Breton, Andr: To Julien Levy, undated.
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Breton, Andr: Le Surréalisme conference, undated.
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Breton, Andr: Homage to Andr Breton exhibition, 1967.
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Breton, Andr: From Julien Levy, Postcard to Breton regarding "taskism of traduction", undated.
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Brigman, Anne: To Julien Levy, will be happy to send Julien Levy a group of her photographs, 1931 November 5.
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Brigman, Anne: From Julien Levy, photographs, 1931 November 21.
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Brigman, Anne: To Julien Levy, list of photographs sent to Julien Levy Gallery, 1931 November 24.
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Brigman, Anne: From Julien Levy, list of photographs received on consignment, 1931 November 30.
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Brigman, Anne: To Julien Levy, thoughts on photography, 1932 November 1.
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Brihat, Denis: To Julien Levy, in French, 1969 June 2.
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Brihat, Denis: To Julien Levy, in French, 1969 June 23.
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Brihat, Denis: To Julien Levy, Happy New Year, [1977].
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Brindle, Melbourne: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, regarding Julien Levy show in Boston, undated.
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Brindle, Melbourne: To Jean Farley Levy, letter of condolence, 1981 February 19.
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Brindle, Melbourne: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, Christmas cards with Brindle drawings, undated.
Box 4 Folder 9
Brindle, Melbourne: GE Gallery exhibition of paintings done for "Twenty Silver Ghosts", 1975 May-July.
Box 4 Folder 9
Brisset, Jean-Pierre: Manuscript for "The Science of God and the Creation of Man" sent to Julien Levy Gallery by Marcel Duchamp, 1939.
Box 4 Folder 10
Brisson, Jean: Exhibition catalogs, postcards and letters, 1971-1977.
Box 4 Folder 11
Brodie, Gandy: Correspondence and exhibition catalogs, 1964.
Box 4 Folder 12
Brodie, Grandy: Brodie, Jocelyn, to Julien Levy, letter regarding Brodie's death and organization of a museum retrospective, 1978 May 30.
Box 4 Folder 12
Bru, Georges: Exhibition catalogs and photographs of art work, undated.
Box 4 Folder 13
Brummer Gallery: Brummer, Joseph, to Julien Levy, regarding loan of Pierre Roy's "Musique No. 3", 1931 December 22.
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Brummer Gallery: Julien Levy, to Brummer, Joseph, requesting loan of Austin painting, 1932 January 7.
Box 4 Folder 14
Brummer Gallery: Brummer, Joseph, to Julien Levy, regarding loan of paintings by Roy and "Chick" Austin, 1932 January 8.
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Brummer Gallery: Julien Levy, to Brummer, Joseph, receipt of two paintings on consignment, 1932 January 11.
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Brummer Gallery: Julien Levy, to Brummer, Joseph, regarding loan for the Surréaliste Exhibition, 1932 February 1.
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"Br's": Braasch, Theodor: To Julien Levy, regarding Campendonk and Dali, 1942 April 14.
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"Br's": Bradley, W. A.: To Julien Levy, receipt of payment for Rouault illustrations Vollard, 1932 May 24.
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"Br's": Braggiotti, Mario: To Julien Levy, Christmas Card, undated.
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"Br's": Brinton, Dr. Christian: To Julien Levy, regarding Chagall's owned by Julien Levy, 1925 December 28.
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"Br's": Brooklyn Museum: Marvel, Josiah P., Director, to Julien Levy, list of photos loaned by Julien Levy Gallery to International Photographers exhibition, 1932 February 18.
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"Br's": Brooks, Stella: Invitation to opening, undated.
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"Br's": Brown, Harry: Season's Greetings, undated.
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"Br's": Brown, James V. Library: Shulenberger, Catharine T., to Julien Levy Gallery, request for catalogs, 1943 May 1.
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"Br's": Brown, Robert Delford: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, 1977.
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"Br's": Bruce Humphries, Incorporated: To John McAndrew, letter regarding order for "The Art of Cineplastics" by Élie Faure, 1931 October 16.
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"Br's": Bruehl, Anton: To Julien Levy, will be glad to let Julien Levy have some portraits, 1932 September 23.
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"Br's": Bruguiere, Francis: From Porter, Alan, receipt from Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 November 15.
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"Br's": Bryen, Louysette: To Jean Farley Levy, letter of condolence, 1981 March 4.
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Buuel, Luis: Correspondence regarding films, Un Chien AnDaliou and L'Âge D'or, 1932-1934.
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Butler & Baldwin: Correspondence regarding rent at 602 Madison Avenue, 1933 April.
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"Bu's": Bucovich, Baron Mario: Catalog of Exhibition of Photographic Art, undated.
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"Bu's": Bunce, William: From Julien Levy, authorizing charges for "L'Âge D'or" to the Film Society, 1933 March 22.
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"Bu's": Busche, Ernst: To Julien Levy, requesting assistance on catalogue raisonné of work by Roy Lichtenstein., 1977 May 19.
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Byrne & Bowman Real Estate: To Julien Levy, correspondence regarding rental of Apartment 4A, 853 Seventh Avenue, New York City, 1933 April.
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"By's": Byk, Paul M.: To Julien Levy, sending photo of "The Temptation of St. Anthony" by Jan de Mandin, 1943 March 15.
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"By's": Byron, Robert: To Julien Levy, enclosing catalog of an exhibition of his photos and drawings held in London, undated.
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Cornell, Joseph: Correspondence and greeting cards from Cornell, obituary and invitation to his memorial service, catalog from "Homage to JC" exhibition at Queens County Museum of Art, and articles on Cornell by Julien Levy, 1938-1973.
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Cornell, Joseph: Correspondence regarding Julien Levy's appraisal of Cornell works for the Cornell Estate, 1973-1977.
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Cadmus, Paul: two photos of his work, undated.
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Cage, Xenia and John: From the Julien Levy Gallery, statement of account for Matta drawing and Guggenheim and Campbell mobiles, 1944 April.
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Cage, Xenia and John: To Julien Levy and Muriel, regarding her visit to Paris, 1954 October 13.
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Cage, Xenia and John: To Muriel Streeter Levy, regarding visit to Paris, 1955 November 2.
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Cage, Xenia and John: To Julien Levy, regarding date for Matta exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1976 August 23.
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Cage, Xenia and John: To Julien Levy, cards, undated.
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Cage, Xenia and John: Photographs of artwork by Xenia Cage or Marcel Duchamp, undated.
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Cagli, Corrado: To Julien Levy, written from England during the war, 1944 January 3.
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Cagli, Corrado: National Bank of the City of New York, to Julien Levy, requesting a reference for Cagli to open a checking account, 1945 November 13.
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Cagli, Corrado: photographs of Cagli artwork, 1945, undated.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy, regarding revue subscription, 1931 July 29.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy, exhibition in spring of 1932, 1931 September 23.
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Calder, Alexander: From Julien Levy, possibility of exhibition, undated.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy, regarding works for exhibition, 1932 March 10.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy and Joella Levy, regarding trip to the United States, 1932 April 4.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, 1957 December 19.
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Calder, Alexander: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, 1975 May 2.
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Calder, Alexander: Perls Galleries exhibition catalog, 1968 October 15-November 9.
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Calder, Alexander: Program for memorial service at the Whitney Museum, 1976 December 6.
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Calder, Alexander: Newspaper clipping regarding Calder mobile displayed in the Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 May 21.
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California Palace of the Legion of Honor: MacAgy, Jernayne, Director, to Julien Levy, regarding Berman's "Andromeda", 1945 June 14.
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California Palace of the Legion of Honor: MacAgy, Jernayne, Director, to Julien Levy, sending entry blanks for First Annual Exhibition of Oil Painting, 1945 October 19.
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California Palace of the Legion of Honor: MacAgy, Jernayne, Director, to Miller, Peter, regarding a one-man show of his work, 1946 April 15.
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California Palace of the Legion of Honor: MacAgy, Jernayne, Director, to Julien Levy, Second Annual Exhibition of Oil Painting, requesting paintings by Berman, Tanning, Gorky, Ernst, and Atherton, 1947 May 8.
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Camera Work: Pierman, C. A., to Julien Levy, offering several issues for sale, 1933 March 27.
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Camera Work: Julien Levy to C. A. Pierman requesting five issues, 1933 March 30.
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Camera Work: E. Weyhe brochure offering Camera Work issues for sale, undated.
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Campendonc: Three photographs of Campendonc's work with Julien Levy Gallery stamp on verso, undated.
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Campigli, Massimo: Correspondence, biographical information, and two greeting cards by Campigli, 1931-1969.
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Campigli, Massimo: Photographs of artwork by Campigli, undated.
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Caniff, Milton: To Julien Levy, correspondence regarding Caniff's "Terry and the Pirates" exhibition, 1940-1941.
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Carnegie Institute: O'Conner, John, and Homer Saint-Gaudens, to Julien Levy, correspondence regarding loans by Julien Levy Gallery to exhibitions at Carnegie Institute, 1943-1949.
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Carnegie Institute: Photographs of "Painting in the U.S." exhibition, 1943-1948.
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Carrington, Leonora: To Julien Levy, 1973 July 4.
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Carrington, Leonora: Rockefeller Foundation to Julien Levy, correspondence requesting Julien Levy's comments regarding a proposed grant for Carrington, 1976.
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Carrington, Leonora: Catalog for Carrington exhibition at the Brewster Gallery, New York City, undated.
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Carrington, Leonora: Photographs of Carrington's work, undated.
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Cartier-Bresson, Henri: Correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1936-1983.
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Castro-Cid, Enrico: Photograph of "Robot," a motorized construction by Castro-Cid with Feigen NY stamp on verso, undated.
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"Ca's": "C., A. B.", Note signed with only initials, undated.
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"Ca's": Cahiers d'Art: To Julien Levy, letters regarding revue issues, undated.
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"Ca's": Caillet, Andr: "Photographe," to Julien Levy, in French, undated.
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"Ca's": Calas, Nicolas: Exhibition by Nicolas and Elena Calas at the Thibaut Gallery, New York, undated.
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"Ca's": Caldwell, Erskine: To Julien Levy, requesting donation to the National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights, 1940 February 26.
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"Ca's": California Arts Commission: Dibner, Martin, Executive Director, to Julien Levy, regarding Gorky, undated.
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"Ca's": Carlton Gallery: Willers, Carlton, to Julien Levy, regarding an essay written for Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition, 1974 December 18.
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"Ca's": Carlton Gallery: Willers, Carlton, to Julien Levy, catalog of Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition, 1975 February 18.
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"Ca's": Carlton Gallery: Invitation to Jonathan Bayer exhibition at Carlton Gallery, New York City, 1975 June.
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"Ca's": Carstairs Gallery: To Julien Levy, receipt for purchase of Dali's "Las Meninas", 1961 January 16.
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"Ca's": Carter, Ernestine and John: To Julien Levy, regarding war time in England, undated.
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"Ca's": Carter, Ernestine and John: To Julien Levy, Christmas card, 1938.
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"Ca's": Catalonia S.A.: To Julien Levy, regarding the magazine D'aci i D'alla, 1935 May 8.
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"Ca's": Catalonia, S.A.: From Julien Levy, found magazine very interesting, 1935 May 29.
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"Ca's": Cayen, Ron: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, 1981 January 12.
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CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System): Karshan, Howard, to Julien Levy, regarding use of Julien Levy's footage of "Four Saints in Three Acts" in "The Creative Thirties" scheduled for broadcast on the program "The Twentieth Century", 1962.
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Cezanne: Photograph of Cezanne work, undated.
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"Ce's": Cedar Rapids Art Association: Chadima, Mrs. Harry J., Exhibition Chairman, to Julien Levy Gallery, requesting prospectus of traveling exhibitions, 1947 March 3.
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"Ce's": Cercle de la Librairie: Series of letters regarding subscription to "Bibliographie de la France", 1931-1935.
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Chadourne, Paul: Telegram and letters regarding sales of two Bermans to Chadourne and a commission on a sale of a Picasso to Dr. Roos, undated.
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Charlot, Jean: To Carl Zigrosser at the Weyhe Gallery, regarding the person who made Charlot's frames, undated.
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Chicago Camera Club: High, George, Chairman, letters regarding loan of photographs to their 1933 Century of Progress exhibition, 1933.
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Child Study Association: Friess, Mrs. Ruth A., Staff Advisor, regarding loan of photographs, 1932.
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Childs, Charles H.: Regarding William Bradford painting of Boston Harbor, 1857, 1943-1944.
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Chodorov, Rachel and Stephen: Postcards, newspaper clipping, and letter from Stephen regarding Ernst footage, undated.
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Chrysler, Walter: Letters regarding possible purchase of a collection of Surrealist books by the Museum of Modern Art, requesting that Julien Levy negotiate with a friend who owns the collection, 1935.
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Chryssa: Exhibition catalogs from Pace, and Cordier and Ekstrom, 1962-1968, undated.
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"Ch's": Chelminski, Michael: Letter regarding purchase of Main House and 1975 exhibition announcement, undated.
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"Ch's": Chelminski, Rudolph: Regarding interview with Art Archives and "Memoir" manuscript, undated.
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"Ch's": Child, Paul: Regarding Avon Old Farms School exhibition, 1933.
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"Ch's": Childs, Bernard: Envelope containing Bernard Childs drawings, undated.
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Cincinnati Art Museum: Siple, Walter H., Director, letters regarding loan of the "Twenty-five Years of the Russian Ballet" exhibition, 1933-1935.
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City Art Museum of St. Louis: Nagel, Charles, Acting Director, letters regarding Julien Levy Gallery loans for exhibitions and the sale of some Berman works to the City Art Museum, 1943-1846.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Milliken, William M., Director, to Julien Levy, thanking him for the loan of two Tchelitchew's for exhibition, 1933 February 14.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Francis, Henry Sayles, Curator of Paintings, letters regarding loan of drawings by Tchelitchew and Berman, 1934-1935.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Prasse, Leona E., Associate Curator, to Julien Levy, regarding loan of original Dali etchings to illustrate "Les Chants de Maldoror" for exhibition of Dali's work, 1947 September 13.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Henning, Edward B., Curator of Contemporary Art, to Julien Levy, regarding loan of Ernst's "Blind Swimmer" for the exhibition "Fifty Years of Modern Art", 1965-1966.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Henning, Edward B., Curator of Contemporary Art, to Julien Levy, regarding loan of Gorky's "Pirate I" to the museum, 1972.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Henning, Edward B., Curator of Contemporary Art, letters regarding Julien Levy's offer of "Pirate I" and "Pirate II" for sale through the Feigen Gallery, as well as his loan of Dali's "Accommodations of Desire" and Ernst's "Blind Swimmer" to the "Spirit of Surrealism" exhibition in the fall of 1979, 1978-1979.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Weisberg, Gabriel P., Curator, to Julien Levy, letters regarding lecture by Julien Levy on the night of the preview of the exhibition, 1978-1979.
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Cleveland Museum of Art: Catalog for "The Persistence of Surrealism - a Festival", 1979 October 3-November 15.
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"Cl's": Clark, Phil: Newspaper article in Spanish with photograph of Clark work purchased by Jean Farley Levy at Carlos Lozano's gallery in Cadaques, undated.
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"Cl's": Clebert, Jean Paul: To Julien Levy, letters and an article about Julien Levy written in French by Clebert, undated.
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"Cl's": Clert, Iris: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, regarding Bill Copley exhibition, 1963 April 30.
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Coburn, A. Langdon: Letters regarding photographs sent to Julien Levy Gallery on consignment, including ten from the Montross Gallery, 1931-1933.
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Cocteau, Jean: To Eugene Berman, in French, undated.
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Cocteau, Jean: Signed program for Cocteau's "The Infernal Machine" at the Phoenix Theatre, undated.
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Colle, Pierre: Letters, mostly in French, regarding joint ownership of Leonid paintings, 1931-1947.
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Collections Vrille: de Rouvre, Evrard, to Julien Levy, letter written in French, 1945 December 1.
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College Art Association: Letters regarding exhibition loans by the Julien Levy Gallery, 1932-1935.
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Community Art Project: Downing, George, to Julien Levy Gallery, regarding loan of Walter Hege photographs for exhibition at Brown University, 1933 April 8.
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Community Art Project: Julien Levy to George E. Downing, unable to loan at this time, 1933 April 12.
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Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: Delarue, Allison, letters regarding Berman ballet drawings, 1944-1947.
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Copley, Noma: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, personal letters, 1965-1980.
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Copley, William: Letters and postcards, 1948-1985.
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Copley, William: Manuscript, "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Art Dealer" and screenplay, "Even if you're unhappy is no reason why you shouldn't behave yourself", undated.
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Corcoran Gallery of Art: Minnigerode, C. Powell, Director, to Julien Levy Gallery, regarding loan of Atherton's "Still Life with Squirrel" for Biennial Exhibition, 1945 April 9.
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Corcoran Gallery of Art: Williams, Hermann W., Director, to Julien Levy Gallery, regarding damage to Atherton painting "Vestiges", 1947.
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Cordier, Robert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, personal letters and postcards, 1978-1981, undated.
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Corot: Two photographs of paintings, undated.
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"Co's": Cohen, Arthur A.: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, regarding purchase of Black Sun edition of "Les Malheurs des Immortels" and Dali and Man Ray Julien Levy Gallery announcements, 1977 April 11.
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"Co's": Cohen, George: Poster for exhibition at Feigen Gallery, Chicago, undated.
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"Co's": Coleman, Helen: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, Julien Levy's interview on WBSI, undated.
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"Co's": College Book Exchange: Regarding Julien Levy's book, "Surrealism", undated.
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"Co's": Collins, Alexia: Receipt for return of two Ernst paintings and one Tanguy drawing, 1949 January 20.
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"Co's": Colten Photo: From Julien Levy, asking for return of all negatives, 1946 February 15.
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"Co's": Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts: To Julien Levy Gallery, requesting loan of paintings by Kay Sage and Atherton, 1947 December 1.
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"Co's": "Committee of 100": Davenport, Miriam, to Julien Levy, invitation to Jazz evening, 1944 March 14.
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"Co's": Committee on Art Education: To Julien Levy, request to visit Julien Levy Gallery and for Julien Levy to give a talk to group of progressive art educators, 1948 February 11.
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"Co's": Condé Nast Publications: Conde Nast, to Julien Levy, regarding introduction to Mr. Odlum, 1938 October 27.
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"Co's": Cone, Michele N. C.: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, containing summary of her article, 1976 January 23.
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"Co's": Conservatory of Music, Englewood, New Jersey: From Julien Levy, list of photographs loaned for exhibition and price list, 1933.
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"Co's": Cook, Howard: To Julien Levy, greetings, 1930.
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"Co's": Cooley, Paul: From Julien Levy, regarding Berman and Tchelitchew drawings on consignment, 1944 May 5.
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"Co's": Concord Book Shop: Cooper, Netta, to Julien Levy, regarding Delvaux, 1944 March 9.
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"Co's": Corkidi, Rafael: To Julien Levy, regarding film "Pafnucio Santo", 1977 April 17.
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"Co's": Corn, Joseph J. Jr.: To Julien Levy, letter of condolence on loss of Julien Levy's mother, 1924 September 9.
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"Co's": Cornell University: Leonard, KenDalil, to Julien Levy, requesting information on available art shows, 1946 February 18.
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"Co's": Council of National Defense: Abbott, John E., Director, to Julien Levy, regarding availability of gallery for exhibition purposes, referred to Abbott by Nelson Rockefeller, 1941 July 17.
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"Co's": Courvoisier Galleries: Guthrie Courvoisier, Berman water colors, 1942 November.
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"Co's": Cowles, Nancy and Russell: Christmas greeting, undated.
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Crillon Galleries: Davis, Richard and Johnson, Marguerite, show of Berman and Tchelitchew drawings, 1932-1933.
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Crosby, Caresse: Letters regarding "The Flower Game" and Julien Levy's book "Surrealism" and copy of her obituary, undated.
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"Cr's": Crane, Louise: To Julien Levy, received check for sale of Berman, 1945 March 3.
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"Cr's": Crawford, Ross: From Julien Levy, regarding group of pastels and possible date for show, 1944 September 22.
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"Cr's": Crowninshield, Frank: Letter to Kirk Askew regarding portrait of Mrs. Askew, and receipt for sale of Dali's "Remorse", 1932-1939.
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Cunningham, Imogene (Mrs. Partridge): From Julien Levy, request to see her photographs, 1932 January 11.
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Cunningham, Imogen: To Julien Levy, "will send photographs", 1932 January 20.
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Cunningham, Imogen: To Julien Levy Gallery, list of prints sent to the gallery, 1932 January 25.
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Cunningham, Imogen: From Julien Levy, receipt from Julien Levy Gallery for photographs, 1932 February 4.
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Cunningham, Imogen: To Julien Levy, photographs, 1932 December 19.
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Cunningham, Imogen: Catalog of original photographs offered by The Imogen Cunningham Trust, undated.
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Cunningham, Imogen: Featured in article in the August 1974 issue of "After Dark", undated.
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Dali, Salvador: Correspondence, letters from Anne Greer to Julien Levy regarding sale of Poupet's Dali, publicity releases, and art invoices, 1932-1960.
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Dali, Salvador: Clippings, 1933-1980.
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Dali, Salvador: Photographs, undated.
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Dali, Salvador: Photographs, undated.
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D'Acosta, Mercedes: To Julien Levy, receipt for Berman painting "Enfants Perdus Sur la Route" received from Julien Levy Gallery, 1942 October 29.
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Dalilas Museum of Fine Art: Rollins, Lloyd, Director, to Julien Levy, requesting loan of a Man Ray photograph, 1935 April 12.
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Dalilas Museum of Fine Art: Julien Levy Gallery to Rollins, Lloyd, regarding loan of Man Ray's "Swana", 1935 April 16.
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Dalilas Museum of Fine Art: Julien Levy to Kirsh, D., Director, regarding damage to Berman's "Dance on the Beach", 1945 May 3.
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Dante, Giglio: To Julien Levy, looking for a New York gallery to represent his work, 1942 October 1.
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Dante, Giglio: From Julien Levy, program full for the season, 1942 November 18.
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D'Arcy Galleries: Letters regarding works from Julien Levy collection sent to D'Arcy for exhibition and possible sale, as well as a 1962 announcement for Stanley Brandon Kearl sculpture exhibition, 1960-1961.
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Darnell, Carla: To Julien Levy, drawing, 1948 January.
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Dausse, C. D.: Letters regarding Dausse's Surrealist library and possible purchase of same by the Museum of Modern Art, in French, 1934-1935.
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Davie, Alan: Exhibition catalogue of "Recent Work" at Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Gallery, New York City, 1980.
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Davis: Davis, Emma, to Julien Levy, Noguchi suggested she contact Julien Levy about showing her work, 1934.
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Davis: Davis, Stuart, 1932 exhibition catalog from the Downtown Gallery, list of paintings delivered to Julien Levy Gallery, and letter regarding "Sharks" article, 1932-1940.
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Dayton Art Institute: Spaeth, Eloise, Director, and Raffel, Mildred, Secretary, letters regarding loan of Berman's "Flight into Egypt", 1944.
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de Berri, Corinna: Julien Levy Gallery press release for exhibition, letter from de Berri to Julien Levy, list of five paintings received, and photographs of six paintings, 1934, undated.
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de Chirico, Giorgio: Letters, mostly in French, including typed translation of de Chirico's "Hebdomeros" by Julien Levy, a handwritten copy of "Monsieur Dudron" by de Chirico, two copies of typed translations, "Der Traum der Venus von Milo" by de Chirico, and an exhibition catalog from Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1934-1949, 1967, undated.
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de Chirico, Giorgio: Photographs of works by de Chirico, undated.
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de Lempicka, Tamara (Baroness Kuffner de Dioszegh): Letters regarding exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, Paderewski Day at the Julien Levy Gallery with proceeds going to the Fund for Polish Relief, as well as photographs of works by de Lempicka and announcement and catalog from exhibition at Iolas Gallery 1961, and a Credit Bureau report on the Baron, 1940-1941, 1961, undated.
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de Menil, Mrs. John: Gorky drawing and Gorky's portrait of his mother, undated.
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de Young Memorial Museum: Rollins, Lloyd, Director, letters regarding loans of photographs, Atherton's "Self-Portrait" and loan of Dali artwork, 1931-1966.
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Dechar, Peter: Cordier and Ekstorm exhibition of recent paintings, 1969.
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Degas, Edgar: Three photographs of works by Degas, undated.
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Dehn, Adolf: To Lebrun, Rico, regarding new magazine on American art, 1946 May 16.
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Delvaux, Paul: Goris, Jan-Albert, Commissioner of Information, Belgian Government Information Center, letters regarding Delvaux exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, list of paintings for exhibition, letter from Sidney Janis regarding Delvaux exhibition, writing on Delvaux by Fierens, Kochnitzky, Gaffe, Micha, and Goemans, and several photographs of Delvaux works, undated.
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Denver Art Museum: Downs, Anne, to Julien Levy, Galvan show received safely, 1943 May 14.
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Denver Art Museum: Vanderlip, Dianne P., Curator of Contemporary Art, to Julien Levy, request for loan or gift of Bayers in Julien Levy collection and reply from Julien Levy refusing loan, 1980 April 29.
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Dewing, Thomas: Photograph of "Reclining Nude" by Dewing which was part of Julien Levy Collection, undated.
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"De's": de Besse, Miss J.: From Julien Levy, regarding Poissonnier paintings on consignment, 1945 September 25.
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"De's": de Biase, Ramon: From Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, regarding tenancy in apartment at 126 East 62nd Street, 2nd floor rear, 1965 May 20.
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"De's": de Diego, Julio: To Julien Levy, regarding contribution to "Imagery of Chess" exhibition, undated.
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"De's": de Kooning, William: From Julien Levy, regarding Julien Levy's translation of quote by de Kooning for a Surrealist exhibition held at D'Arcy Galleries, undated.
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"De's": de Liagre, Alfred: To Julien Levy Gallery, inquiry about typeface in "Photographs of the American Scene" exhibition invitation, 1933 January 27.
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"De's": de Massot, Robbie: From Julien Levy, regarding Cocteau's work, 1931 September 25.
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"De's": de Regil, S. C.: Handwritten biographical page and letter regarding obtaining a print of his "Old World" painting, undated.
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"De's": De Silver, Margaret: To Julien Levy, Christmas greeting, 1930.
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"De's": de Vaulchick, Simon: To Julien Levy and Joella, Christmas greeting, 1934.
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"De's": Decker, John: From Julien Levy, inquiring if he would be interested in an exhibition of Atherton work at his new gallery, 1944 May 1.
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"De's": Deeley, Robert E.: To Julien Levy, certificate of authenticity for a Gorky painting, 1968 March 4.
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"De's": Deitsch, Peter: To Julien Levy, list of works consigned to him by Julien Levy, 1967 February 14.
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"De's": Delarue, Allison: To Mrs. Dunham, regarding Berman "Giselles" and Dance Index, 1946 June 12.
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"De's": Delius Gallery: To Julien Levy, requesting Springer drawings, 1955 September 23.
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"De's": Detroit Institute of Arts: To Bean, Jacob of Julien Levy Gallery, regarding purchase of Berman water color, 1947 May 13.
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Dodge, Joseph J.: Letters regarding loans of paintings for exhibition in Glens Falls, 1943-1945.
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Dolnicoff, Misha: To Julien Levy, letter with small drawing of Julien Levy at top, 1942 January 10.
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Dominguez, Oscar: Three photographs of works by Dominguez, undated.
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Donadio, Claudia: Three letters regarding re-print of "Surrealism", 1967.
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Donati, Enrico: Preface to a Donati catalogue written by Andr Breton, 1944 January 15.
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Dos Passos, John: Two letters regarding the National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, undated.
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Drew-Bear, Lotte: Letters regarding gallery exhibitions, proposals to sell works from Julien Levy's collection, exhibition catalog from the Once Gallery for George Richmond, newspaper clippings, and obituary, 1964-1979.
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Drey, Paul: Letters regarding Hieronymous Bosch's "Vision of Tonalys" and offer from Drey to let Julien Levy have it on consignment, 1943.
Box 11 Folder 30
Duchamp, Marcel: Correspondence regarding his work, books, chess, and sales of his work by Julien Levy, 1926-1966.
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Duchamp, Marcel: Tablet of Julien Levy's translations from Duchamp's "Green Box," chess defenses, catalog from 1977 Washburn Gallery exhibition, and photos of some of Duchamp's work, 1937-1938, undated.
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Duckworth, Gerald: Julien Levy ordered two copies of "New York" by A. L. Coburn, 1932.
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"Du's": Ducas, Mademoiselle: From Julien Levy, enclosing invoice for Dali "l'Homme Invisible" and confirming understanding of arrangements for her portrait, 1935 January 15.
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"Du's": Dunbar, John Atkinson: To Julien Levy Gallery, enclosing check for purchase, undated.
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"Du's": Dunham: To Kirk Askew, enclosing check for purchase, undated.
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"Du's": Dupont, Jacques: Catalog for exhibition at Salon Peuser, Florida and Buenos Aires, 1945 September.
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"Du's": Duryea, Drix: Invoice for enlargements made from Whiting Salzman negatives, undated.
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Dyhrenfurth, Hettie: To Julien Levy, letter and literature on her lecture and film on the Himalayas, 1932 December 2.
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Eastman Kodak Stores: Receipts for film and projectors, 1931-1932.
Box 12 Folder 1
Ecce Photo: To Julien Levy, receipt of photograph (Moulage du musée ethnologique Umlauff), undated.
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Edmondson, William: Photographs and list of sculptures by Edmondson, undated.
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Eliasberg, Paul: Letters in French and several photographs of works by Eliasberg, 1932-1945.
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Enos, John: Biographical information, photographs, and letters regarding an Enos exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1940-1941.
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E. P. Dutton Publishers: Regarding orders for "When the Movies were Young" and "Martydom of Man", 1931.
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Ernst, Max: Correspondence from Ernst, Tanning, and others regarding Ernst's work, exhibitions at the Julien Levy Gallery, sales and loans of Ernst's works by Julien Levy, list of Ernst's works in the Julien Levy Gallery, exhibitions at Caresse Crosby's, and Ernst exhibition catalogs, 1932-1970.
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Ernst, Max: Photographs of Ernst's work, undated.
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Erro (Gudmundur Gudmundsson Ferro): Letters from Erro, several exhibition catalogs, and letters to Jean Farley Levy from Patricia Van Ingen regarding Erro painting purchased by Jean Farley Levy, as well as a small photo of a portrait of Julien Levy by Erro which brought a record price at the Tajan auction in 2004, 1965-1982.
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Erwin, Hobe: Series of Christmas cards from Erwin, who was an art director and set designer, undated.
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"E's": Eakin, Boyce: To Julien Levy, possible exhibition for Dorothy Brett in New York, 1941 February 12.
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"E's": Eaves: List of costume drawings, undated.
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"E's": Eberhardt, Walter: To Julien Levy, full length version of "Il Figaro", undated.
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"E's": Eluard, Paul: Poems and announcement of his marriage to Maria Benz, 1934.
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"E's": Epoch Gallery: Reviews of Atget exhibition at the Epoch Gallery in Cahiers d'Art and Variétés, 1928.
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"E's": European Picture Service: Haas, Max, to Julien Levy Gallery, regarding Haas' representing a number of famous European photographers, 1932 April 11.
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"E's": Ewing, Max: To Julien Levy, regarding "Carnival of Venice" exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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Farruggio, Remo: Photographs of his art work.
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"Fa's": Faber, L.A.: From Julien Levy, to acknowledge receipt of carbon and etching portraits, 1931 December 1.
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"Fa's": Farrar and Rinehart: Two receipts, 1931.
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Feininger, T. Lux: Two letters, list of paintings in 1940 Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, publicity release for Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, recounting of a dream by Feininger, several photos of Feininger's work, 1940, 1946.
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Fellowes, Caroline: One of Julien Levy's students at Lacoste School of the Arts, includes letters and announcement for exhibition at Galerie Cance Manguin in Ménerbes, 1976-1981, undated.
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Gustavo Fernandez: From Julien Levy, letters regarding Fernandez's invention of a "fotoescultura", 1932, 1933.
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"Fe's": Feitelson, Lorsar: Two photos of "Genesis" by Feitelson, undated.
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"Fe's": Felder, Pat: Bodley Gallery exhibition catalog, 1964 February.
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"Fe's": Fellows, Walter and Caroline: Greeting card with photograph, 1935.
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Film Society: Correspondence regarding Film Society of New York, Julien Levy's Film Society 1933 membership card, programs, and brochure invitation to join the Film Society, 1932-1933.
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"Film und Foto": Old German newspaper clippings.
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Fini, Leonor: Correspondence with Julien Levy written in French, as well as gallery exhibition catalogs, photographs of Fini's work, and one small photo of Fini, 1936-1939, 1970, undated.
Box 13 Folder 9
Fishburne, S. J.: Regarding Campigli's painting "Le Caf", 1966, 1967.
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Fitchburg Art Association: Jones, Ethel B., Director, letters regarding loan of photographs, mostly Atgets from Julien Levy Gallery for an exhibition, 1931.
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"Fi's": Finckes: Greeting card.
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"Fi's": Fisher, Ruth (Mrs. Thomas): Regarding show of Tchelitchew's drawings in Chicago, 1933.
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Fogg Art Museum: Letters regarding copies of "La Révolution Surréaliste," Julien Levy loans and gifts to the Fogg, exhibition of Julien Levy's photography collection at the Fogg, and Julien Levy's gallery lectures, 1932, 1963-1980.
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Formes: Orders for subscription for Julien Levy Gallery and for various single issues, 1932-1933.
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"Fo's": Ford, Charles Henri: Postcard to Julien Levy and Joella Levy, and announcements for exhibitions at Iolas and Cordier and Ekstrom, undated.
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"Fo's": Ford, Ford Madox: Invitation to see Mr. Ford's pictures, 1935.
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"Fo's": Ford, Gordon Onslow: To Julien Levy, one letter thanking Julien Levy for facilitating his departure from England and one letter regarding Delvaux's "The Women and the Lamps", 1948.
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"Fo's": Fox, Milton: To Julien Levy, letter enclosing payment for a book by Aragon and letter asking Julien Levy's opinion on a work by Laurencin, 1935, 1964.
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Franken, Ruth: Letter to Julien Levy, notes on work of Ruth Franken by Wolfgang Becker, exhibition catalog, and photos of Franken's work, 1977.
Box 13 Folder 16
Free, Karl: Photograph of "Repast with Visitor" by Free, undated.
Box 13 Folder 17
French, Jared: Letters regarding French's work, postcard regarding Leonid, letter from and essay by Glenway Wescott on French's murals, and photographs of murals and other works by French, 1939.
Box 13 Folder 18
Fruhauf, Aline: Tear sheet from Creative Art with caricature of Julien Levy by Fruhauf and a greeting card, 1933 March, undated.
Box 13 Folder 19
Francis, Robert, to Julien Levy, Re check for sale of picture, 1940 June 15.
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"Fr's": French Book Shop: Receipt, 1932 February 15.
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"Fr's": Freund, Gisele: To Julien Levy, regarding article she wrote on Julien Levy after seeing the photography collection at "AIC", 1977 March 16.
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"Fu's": Fuller, David: To Julien Levy, requesting permission to reproduce Ernst's "Blind Swimmer" in an art encyclopedia, 1964 October 8.
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"Fu's": Fuller, Edmund: To Julien Levy, regarding possibility of Julien Levy helping to arrange an exhibition in New York for Eileen Agar (Mrs. Joseph Bard), 1970 September 22.
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Gabo, Naum: Letter to Julien Levy regarding upcoming exhibition, 1937, 1967, 1975.
Box 14 Folder 1
Galerie Jeanne Bucher: Bucher, Jeanne, correspondence and receipts for works of art and books purchased by Julien Levy, 1929-1935.
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Gallery of Modern Art: Letters regarding Julien Levy's loan of "Accommodations of Desire" to their Dali exhibition, 1965-1966.
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"Galleries": Galeria de Arte Mexicano: Amor, Ines, to Julien Levy, letter regarding Galvan painting and exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, 1940 December 13.
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"Galleries": Galeria de Arte Mexicano: Amor, Carolina, to Julien Levy Gallery, letter stating she has recently opened an art gallery and asking Julien Levy to show Mexican artists and possibility that she would show American artists, 1935 April 27.
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"Galleries": Galleria del Milione: To Julien Levy Gallery, Campigli paintings, 1948 November 22.
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"Galleries": Galleria del Milioine: From Julien Levy, regarding Campigli exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1949 March 23.
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"Galleries": Galerie Anne Abels: To Julien Levy, in German, regarding Max Ernst, 1963 September 12.
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"Galleries": Galerie Andr Francois Petit: Exhibition catalog for group exhibition, 1965.
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"Galleries": Galerie d'Art Moderne: To Julien Levy, in German, regarding Max Ernst, 1965 September 7.
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"Galleries": Galerie de la Renaissance: To Julien Levy, letter regarding work of Pierre Roy, 1932 June 8.
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"Galleries": Galerie Maecht: From Julien Levy, regarding shipment of two Tanning paintings, 1947 August 10.
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"Galleries": Galerie Surréaliste: Le Cadavre exhibition announcement, 1927.
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"Galleries": Gallery of Contemporary Art of Chicago: Letter regarding formation of the Gallery of Contemporary Art in Chicago, 1964.
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Galvan: Two photos of Galvan's work, undated.
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Ganso, Emile: Greeting card and photo of Ganso drawing, undated.
Box 14 Folder 6
"Ga's": Gabrilowitsch, Ossip and Nina: To Julien Levy, letter regarding purchase of a Berman and a Leonid, 1935 May 1.
Box 14 Folder 7
"Ga's": Gallatin, A. E.: Director of Museum of Living Art, New York University, to Julien Levy, permission to publish Picasso's "Glass of Absinthe" in book, 1936 November 6.
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"Ga's": Gauthier, Eva: Invitation to recital.
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George Henne: Invoices for waste baskets, serving trays, cigarette boxes used for Julien Levy's project for the application of photography to the decorative arts, 1931-1932.
Box 14 Folder 8
Georges, Waldemar: Letters written in French, 1932-1935.
Box 14 Folder 9
Gershwin, George: Letters regarding Berman paintings and attending the preview of "Chien AnDaliou", 1932.
Box 14 Folder 10
"Ge's": Genthe, Arnold: To Julien Levy, letter regarding the submission of four of his portraits (Eleonora Duse, Greta Garbo, J. D. Rockefeller, Sr., and Paderewski) to the Julien Levy Gallery portrait photography exhibition, 1932 September 26.
Box 14 Folder 11
"Ge's": George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum: Reichert, Donald O., Curator, to Julien Levy, regarding Julien Levy's letter to the editor in Art News, January 1968, asserting that he submitted work for Julien Levy's inspection in the 1930's, 1968 May 14.
Box 14 Folder 11
"Ge's": George Washington University: Gauss, Charles E., to Julien Levy Gallery, requesting permission to quote from Dali's "Conquest of the Irrational", 1949 March 21.
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"Ge's": William G. Gerhard: From Julien Levy, letter offering two items related to ballooning, a Nadar photograph and "Paris-Photographe 1893", with a note at bottom says "Nadar was a pioneer European photographer who was the first to take aerial photographs", 1932 April 13.
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Giacometti, Alberto: Letters in French regarding exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, photographs of "On ne joue plus", and Feigen and Pierre Matisse Gallery exhibition catalogs, 1934-1935.
Box 14 Folder 12
Gilpin, Laura: Letters regarding consignment of fourteen photographs to the Julien Levy Gallery, 1931-1932.
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"Gi's": Gilbert, Geoffrey: To Julien Levy, possibility of holding an exhibition of his photographs at Julien Levy Gallery, 1933 March 20.
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"GI's": Glasier, Marshall: To Julien Levy, photograph of one of Glasier's works and letter regarding Glasier's artwork, undated.
Box 14 Folder 15
"GI's": Gluck, Nathan: To Julien Levy, letter regarding Gluck's pictures left at Julien Levy Gallery on consignment and two greeting cards, undated.
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Gonse-Colle Collections: Letters regarding consignments from these two collections, 1946-1969.
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Goodwin, John: Letters regarding wood carvings from New Mexico and Goodwin's work, includes photographs of wood carvings, 1934-1947.
Box 14 Folder 17
Goodyear, A.C.: Regarding Goodyear's loan of a Dali to the "Surréalisme" exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery and shipment of the work afterwards to the Harvard Society for Contemporary Art, 1931-1932.
Box 14 Folder 18
Gorky, Arshile: Correspondence regarding "Imagery of Chess", Julien Levy Gallery contract with Gorky, lists of Gorky works exhibited at Julien Levy Gallery, sales of Gorky works, insurance settlement on works destroyed in studio fire, Julien Levy on Gorky's accident and suicide, correspondence with Gorky's wife regarding Gorky's estate, correspondence with Sidney Janis Gallery regarding sales of Gorky works, correspondence with Harry N. Abrams regarding publication of Julien Levy's Gorky monograph, Julien Levy's notes on Gorky, Life magazine article on Gorky's home in Sherman, Connecticut, and foreword for Gorky exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art written by Julien Levy in Paris in 1962, 1944-1975.
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Gorky, Arshile: Photographs of Gorky's work, and a photograph taken of Gorky in by the Photographic Division Federal Art Project W.P.A., 1936, 1946, 1976, undated.
Box 14 Folder 20
Gottlieb, Adolph: Receipt for purchase of "Whirling Bird" from Gallery 67 and exhibition catalog from the Kootz Gallery, 1945 April 1.
Box 14 Folder 21
Gottscho, Samuel: Regarding consignment of architectural photographs to the Julien Levy Gallery, 1931-1932.
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"Go's": Godwin, Mrs.: Porter, Allen for Julien Levy Gallery, nude by Weller, 1932 October 21.
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"Go's": Goldowsky, Noah: To Julien Levy, with thanks for showing him a Gorky drawing, 1967 December 20.
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"Go's": Goldstein, Benjamin: From Julien Levy, granting permission for Goldstein to make a copy of V. A. Blum's "Sportfilm", 1934 December 27.
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"Go's": Gondrand Brothers Incorporated: To Julien Levy Gallery, regarding pick-up of de Chirico paintings, 1949 February 7.
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"Go's": Goodman, Violet: To Julien Levy, regarding Julien Levy's "Surrealism" book, 1939 April 6.
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"Go's": Goodwin, Henry Sage: To Julien Levy, regarding Julien Levy's introduction to a catalog for a Feigen exhibition in Chicago, 1965 December 4.
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"Go's": Goodwin, Philip: To Julien Levy, regarding Berman drawing, 1932 March 30.
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Granell: Draft of introduction for a catalog for a Granell exhibition at the Bodley Gallery, copy of the catalog, photographs of Granell's work, and greeting card, 1959, undated.
Box 14 Folder 24
Grierson, Samuel: Letters regarding the possibility of an exhibition of his photographs at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1931.
Box 14 Folder 25
Grosser, Maurice: Receipt for paintings returned by the Julien Levy Gallery, series of letters regarding Grosser's work and exhibitions at the Julien Levy Gallery, exhibition catalog from the Banfer Gallery, and several photographs of Grosser's work, 1942, 1964, undated.
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Group for Film Study: Several programs for presentations by the Group for Film Study, 1953-1954.
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"Gr's": Gracq: To Julien, Chateau d'Argol, undated.
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"Gr's": Grafton and Company: From Julien Levy, order from their catalog for Meteyard and Thornthwaite, 1933 April 5.
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"Gr's": Grand Central Art Gallery: To Julien Levy Gallery, with thanks for sending photographs of H. J. Dietrich paintings, 1948 March 10.
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"Gr's": Greenwald, Dorothy (Mrs. Hal): To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, postcard, personal letter, and list of photographs by Hal Greenwald, including one of a shed on Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy's farm, undated.
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"Gr's": Greenwald, Jonathan: Announcement of exhibition of his photographs at Kent Boys School, Connecticut, undated.
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"Gr's": Grosz, George: To Julien Levy, letter recommending Marshall Glasier from Wisconsin, business card, and announcement of Grosz exhibition at the Weyhe Gallery, 1938 July 24.
Box 14 Folder 28
Guggenheim Museum: Letters regarding loans by Julien Levy to exhibitions, and two condolence letters to Jean Farley Levy, 1955-1981.
Box 14 Folder 29
Guggenheim, Peggy: Letters regarding purchases of paintings from Julien Levy Gallery, and book titled "La Collezione Peggy Guggenheim", 1942-1962.
Box 14 Folder 30
"Gu's": Guernsey, Hortense: From Julien Levy, lapel pins for sale in Julien Levy Gallery, 1941 January 7.
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"Gu's": Guglielmi, Louis: Receipt for consignment of painting "Persistent Sea", 1935 February 18.
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"Gu's": Guiterman, Arthur: Signed note titled "Autobiographical", undated.
Box 14 Folder 31
"Gu's": Gurlitt, Dr. Hildebrand: To Julien Levy Gallery, in German. regarding photographs by Steiner, Schell and Rotan, 1933 October 16.
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Gysin, Brion: Letter to Julien Levy from Gysin and letter to the American Consul in Havana from Julien Levy regarding Gysin's work, 1941.
Box 14 Folder 32
Halasz, Gyula: Letters about exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, mostly in French, 1931-1932.
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Hall, Carl: Letters from Warren Hall acting as representative for his son, Carl, during the war and letters from Carl Hall about his one man exhibition at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1944-1949.
Box 15 Folder 2
Hall, Clifford: To Julien Levy, Letter about possibility of exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery and negative reply from Julien Levy, 1931 December 1.
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Hall, E. Boyd: To Julien Levy Gallery about shipment of a Dali oil painting which is the property of H. Cady Wells., 1948 February 17.
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Hall, Weeks: To Julien Levy about Marion Souchon showing with Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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Harbeson, John: Letters about Julien Levy Gallery "Imagery of Chess" exhibition and other chess related matters, 1945.
Box 15 Folder 4
Hare, David and Denise: Letter and drawing of sculpture possibly by Hare and condolence letters to Jean Farley Levy, 1975, 1981, undated.
Box 15 Folder 5
Harnly, Perkins: To Julien Levy, Letter expressing gratitude of showing for first time at Julien Levy Gallery, small drawing or etching, 1946 September 24.
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Harvard University: Letter from Harvard Magazine about article on Julien Levy and series of letters about Julien Levy's participation in the Learning From Performers program in 1978, 1977-1979.
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Harvard University Society for Contemporary Art: About loans from Julien Levy Gallery and sales, 1931-1932.
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Haviland, Paul: Photographs on consignment from Mr. Haviland, 1931-1932.
Box 15 Folder 9
Hayes, David: To Julien Levy, Letter asking if Julien Levy is interested in some works by Duchamp that he is selling, 1968 March 13.
Box 15 Folder 10
Hayter, Stanley: Letter from Hayter and photograph of work by Hayter with inscription to Julien Levy., undated.
Box 15 Folder 11
"Ha's": Hamill, Alfred, to Julien Levy, Inquiry about Berman sketch, 1947 May 30.
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"Ha's": Hare, Suzy, List of items in storage for Suzy Hare, undated.
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"Ha's": Harper and Brothers, Reporting sale of two copies of "Metropolis" and return of four unsold copies, 1934 December 19.
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"Ha's": Harper and Brothers: From Julien Levy to Mrs. Snow, Letter suggesting himself for George Davis' job at Harper's, undated.
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"Ha's": Harvey, Anne: Announcement for Galerie de Beaune exhibition in 1938, quote by Brancusi inside, 1938 November-December.
Box 15 Folder 12
Hege, Walter: From Julien Levy about ordering Hege photos from "Die Akropolis", 1932 October 25.
Box 15 Folder 13
Henle, Fritz: About portfolio of his pictures at Julien Levy Gallery which belongs to Mrs. Herbert Scoville and letter from Allen Porter to Mrs. Scoville asking if the portfolio does indeed belong to her, 1934.
Box 15 Folder 14
Henri, Florence: About consignment of 14 photographs to Julien Levy Gallery, 1931-1935.
Box 15 Folder 15
Henry, Maurice and Ruth: Correspondence, two sketches by Henry, catalog for exhibition at Studio Marconi in Milan in April 1973, 1969-1979.
Box 15 Folder 16
Herbert Palmer Gallery: Letters regarding payment for four Cornell miniatures sold to Sterling Holloway by Palmer Gallery, 1966-1977.
Box 15 Folder 17
Herold, Jacques: Greeting card and catalog for exhibition of Dessins & Gravures at Galerie du Haut-Bonnieux, undated.
Box 15 Folder 18
"He's": Heap, Jane: From Julien Levy, Letter regarding murals at Madame Champcommunal's and possibility of selling them at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1933 February 28.
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"He's": Heblen, Henry: From Julien Levy about Gorky owned by Mrs. Heblen, 1948 October 27.
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"He's": Helion, Jean: Letter about invitation to contribute to "The Imagery of Chess", 1945 announcement of exhibition at Paul Rosenberg, NY, note, 1944, 1945, 1966.
Box 15 Folder 19
"He's": Henry, Lucien: To Julien Levy about Georges Bru exhibition, 1976 November 15.
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"He's": Hepp, Ernst A.: To Julien Levy, Returning five pictures of the Velo-Torpille, 1932 April 27.
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"He's": Herder, Addie: Exhibition of collages at Davis and Long, 1980.
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"He's": Herzog, Leo and Harriet: Greeting card, undated.
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"He's": Hexter, Paul: Letters regarding developing method used by Hexter, 1932.
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Hinchman, Margaretta: Letters regarding purchase of Mina Loy's "Light", 1933.
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Hitchcock, Henry Russell: Greeting cards, 1936-1938.
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"Hi's": Hill, John William and John Henry: Catalog for exhibition at Washburn Gallery, undated.
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"Hi's": Hine, Lewis: Letters about Mr. Blossom going through Mr. Hine's prints, 1933.
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"Hi's": Hitler clipping, clipping from New York Evening Post, 1933 February 8.
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House and Garden: Letters about Julien Levy's project for the application of photography to the decorative arts and possibility of an article, 1931.
Box 15 Folder 23
Howard, Thomas: Receipt for Richard Oleze "Archaic Fragment," letters, 1940, 1965-1968, undated.
Box 15 Folder 24
"Ho's": Hodes, Barnet: To Julien Levy, check enclosed for Tonny drawing, 1958 April 8.
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"Ho's": Homans, Arthur: to Julien Levy, letters from lawyer about claim against estate of Nancy Reid Perrie, 1943, 1944.
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"Ho's": Hope, Henry R.: To Julien Levy & Jean Farley Levy, about review of "Memoirs" in Art Journal, 1978 March 30.
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"Ho's": Hosmer, Herbert H.: To Julien Levy, letters about three Berman costume sketches sent to Hosmer on approval, 1946-1947.
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"Ho's": Housatonic Valley Conference: Director Bradford Perin, Loan of self-portrait by Frida Kahlo for exhibition, 1941.
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"Ho's": Howard, Charles: Receipt for consignment of nine additional drawings to be sold at $50 each with 1/3 to Julien Levy Gallery as commission, undated.
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Hugnet, Georges: Letters written in French, 1933-1938.
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Hussey, Howard: Letters about Cornell, repair and conservation of art works, greeting card, 1973-1981.
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"Hu's": Hugo Gallery: Iolas, Alexander Iolas: To Julien Levy about sale of Berard "Portrait Imaginaire" by Hugo Gallery, 1946 January 6.
Box 15 Folder 28
"Hu's": Hugo, Valentine: To Julien Levy: Letter in French, mention of Man Ray, 1933 July 19.
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"Hu's": Huszagh, Lyman: Letters about Huszagh's purchase of "Three Horses" by Harold Sterner, 1944.
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Institute of Modern Art: Letters about Julien Levy Gallery loans for their exhibitions, 1943, 1946.
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Internal Revenue Service: Letters about tax matters, 1933, 1943-1944.
Box 15 Folder 30
International Center of Photography: Cornell Capa, Executive Director: Letters about exhibition of Julien Levy Collection of vintage prints on loan from AIC and invitation to opening, 1977.
Box 15 Folder 31
International News Photos: Erney C. Prince, Editor: To Julien Levy, enclosing contact prints of photographs taken at "Imagery of Chess" exhibition, 1944 December 29.
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Israel, Marvin: Postcard from Israel to Julien Levy, receipt from Feigen for purchase in 1972 of an untitled Israel drawing, two photographs of works by Israel, Cordier and Ekstrom exhibition catalog, 1972-1974.
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"I's": Indiana University: W. Eugene Kleinbauer, Chairman: To Julien Levy, Details of "Surrealism Is" lecture by Julien Levy scheduled, 1976.
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"I's": Internationale Ausstellung Koln: Kasper Koenig, Professor: To Julien Levy about loan of Gorky's for exhibition and thanks for information on whereabouts of paintings from the competition "The Temptation of St. Anthony.", 1980 April 8.
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"I's": Irbe, Paul: To Julien Levy in French, 1934 December 8.
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J. Frank's Buchhandlung: Correspondence about purchases of books, 1932.
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J. L. Hudson Gallery: Oscar Piagentini, Director: To Julien Levy, Letter about their purchase of Gorky drawing "Composition" for $4,500, 1968 April 15.
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James, Edward: Letters about art purchased from Julien Levy, various artists such as Dali, Carrington, Tchelitchew, 1938-1952.
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"Ja's": Jacobsen: To Julien and Joella Levy: Drawing inscribed to Mr. and Mrs. Julien Levy, 1931.
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"Ja's": James, Henry: Reproduction of letter to Violet Hunt, Typewritten copy on Julien Levy Gallery letterhead of letter written by Henry James, undated.
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"Ja's": James, Rebecca: To Julien Levy, Letter re length of possible exhibition., undated.
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"Je's": Jeffress, Arthur: To Julien Levy, Would Julien Levy be interested in Delvaux's "Le Jardin Nocturne", 1948 December 16.
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"Je's": Jennings, Mrs. Oliver B. about purchase of "The Young and Evil" by Ford-Tyler, 1934-1935.
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"Je's": Jewell, Edward Alden - NY Times Art Editor: About letter from Mrs. Witt asking about books on "surréalisme", letter to Mrs. Witt from Julien Levy, letters about photographs sent to Julien Levy by Jewell for April 1933 show, 1933, undated.
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Jimenez, Augustin: From Julien Levy after saw his work at the Delphic Studios and wondered if he would send group of new pictures for Julien Levy Gallery's exhibition of Mexican photography, 1932 March 14.
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Johnson, Ray: Notes and announcements for exhibitions at Feigen in Chicago and New York City, 1960's-1970's.
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"Jo's": Johns Hopkins University: Charles Stuckey, Assistant Professor: Letters about Julien Levy's participation in Dada/Surrealism symposium at Johns Hopkins in April 1977. Jean Farley Levy's notes on Calas and Julien Levy's talks there, 1977.
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"Jo's": Johnson, Buffie: Letters and postcards, mostly personal, 1977-1981.
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"Jo's": Johnson, Lt. J. R.: Receipt signed by Joella Levy for seven photographs to be sold by Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 April 23.
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"Jo's": Jones, Richard: Greeting card, undated.
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"Jo's": Jones, Ted Jr.: To Julien Levy asking for advice on Surrealism and expressing great admiration for Dali, 1952 July 9.
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"Jo's": Fischl Joseph: Photographer and framer, several receipts for mats and frames, undated.
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"Jo's": Josephson, Matthew: Julien Levy liked his article on Surrealisme in the February 1932 New Republic and wonders if he would be interested in writing an article on Ernst, 1932 October.
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"Ju's": Juillard Magazine, 1968 Winter.
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"Ju's": Jung, Theo: Note to the Witkin Gallery saying the Julien Levy Gallery was the first place he saw examples of fine original photographs, including Atget, whose work turned him in the direction of documentary photography, 1977 October 13.
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"Ju's": Justema, William: To Julien Levy, Letter offering Julien Levy first refusal on a show of pictures he would like to bring to New York, 1940 October 2.
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Kahlo, Frida: Letters about exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, personal letters, letter from Jacqueline Breton to Frida and handwritten preface for exhibition catalog written in French by Andr Breton, list of works in Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, 1938-1944.
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"Ka's": Kanner, Richard L.: Gorky, 1968.
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"Ka's": Karolik, Maxim, Letters regarding paying his bill, Kensett, Heade, 1944.
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"Ka's": Karoly, F.: From Julien Levy, Ernst sale and Berman Dido, 1944 May 1.
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"Ka's": Katz, Hilda: Wants to exhibit at Julien Levy Gallery, 1945 December 9.
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"Ka's": Kaufman, Edgar, Jr.: From his secretary to Julien Levy, inquiry about several of Kaufman's purchases at Julien Levy Gallery, 1945 April 7.
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"Ka's": Kaufman, Max: To Julien Levy, would like to show Julien Levy some of his drawings, has exhibited at Museum of Modern Art and Detroit Museum of Modern Art, 1946 March 5.
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Kelly, Leon: Correspondence, postcards, Zabriskie Gallery 1963 exhibition catalog, 1940-1979.
Box 16 Folder 3
Kelly, Leon: Undated correspondence, biographical information, lists of paintings and drawings, "book" put together by Kelly with biography, lists of exhibitions and collections, notes, gallery catalogs from exhibitions, letter to Julien Levy from Kelly's daughter, Paula, dated Aug. 19, 1975, 1961-1975, undated.
Box 16 Folder 4
Kelly, Leon: Photographs of work, undated.
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Kelly, Walter: Julien Levy's collection of "Pogo" clippings by cartoonist Walter Kelly, 1955-1959.
Box 16 Folder 6
"Ke's": Kent Art Association: Catalog listing showing of Julien Levy's film "Surrealism" on Sept. 1, 1973, 1973.
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"Ke's": Kertesz, Andre: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy in French, 1967 May.
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"Ke's": Kerstein, Lincoln: To Julien Levy, Letter written from army camp in Germany re Film Society and asking for news from New York, 1945 June 15.
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Kiesler, Frederick and Lillian: Letters regarding Leger's films, Chicago, exhibition at World House Gallery, photograph of Kiesler's sketch of Julien Levy, 1977 letter from Lillian Kiesler, 1931-1977.
Box 16 Folder 8
Killian, J. Rhyne, Jr.: Photographs by Schell and McRae sent to Killian by Harvard Society of Contemporary Art for possible reproduction, 1932.
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King, Muriel: Greeting cards and obituary, 1962-1977.
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"Ki's": Kilpatrick, Richard: From Julien Levy about Un Chien AnDaliou, 1932 January 11.
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"Ki's": Kissack, Mr.: Films, 1935 April 8.
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Klapheck, Konrad: Letters regarding Klapheck paintings, three exhibition catalogs, and two photographs of his work, 1963-1975.
Box 16 Folder 12
Klee, Paul: Catalog for exhibition at Buchholz Gallery, 1940 November.
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Knoedler: Letters regarding Daumier caricature of Nadar, consignments, Paalen, Gorky, Space and Dream exhibition, 1931-1968.
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Kolodny, Frank: Letters regarding photography and purchases by Kolodny from Julien Levy's collection, article by Jacqueline Brody in May-June 1976 Print Collector's Newsletter on the Kolodny's, 1971-1984.
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"Ko's": Koltanowski, George: To Julien Levy, postcard with chess players on front sent from Havana, 1946 March 10.
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"Ko's": Koons, Nell: To Julien Levy, Possibility of Julien Levy Gallery being an outlet for her photographs, 1933 January 4.
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"Ko's": Kootz, Samuel: Letter to Kirk Askew about handling his artists and reply from Julien Levy Gallery, 1942.
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"Ko's": Kosleck, Martin: Possible exhibition of Kosleck's work, 1944 May 17.
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"Kr's": Kraa, Kirsten: Sheets of stamps with Kraa artwork, undated.
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"Kr's": Kronhausen, Phyllis and Eberhard: To Julien Levy asking for help with their current project The Psychology of Erotic Art, writing at the suggestion of Lee Miller, 1962 March 7.
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L & H Printing: Invoice for 1000 announcement cards and envelopes to match, 1942 September 25.
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La Boutique: Strawinsky, Vera and Sokoloff, Lisa: Julien Levy Gallery loan for exhibition "The Fantastic in Modern Art", sales of Berman and Warshaw pictures, 1945-1974.
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La Quinta Gallery: Hougland, Willard, Director: Letters regarding loan of Galvan collection to Julien Levy Gallery for exhibition, 1943-1944.
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Lacoste School of the Arts & Sarah Lawrence College: Correspondence and catalogs for Sarah Lawrence's Studio Arts Session in Southern France (Lacoste). Synopsis of Julien Levy's course in Art History taught in the fall of 1975, handwritten notes for lectures, and lists of slides used during lectures, photograph and notes on Art History Film Project using Surrealist dream technique, 1973-1975.
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Laing, Gerald, Richard Feigen Gallery: To Julien Levy, invoice for purchase of "Starlet 1" by Laing for $275, 1964 September 8.
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Laing, Gerald: To Jean Farley Levy, note about meeting, 1985 May 23.
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Lamba, Jacqueline: Notice of her marriage to Andr Breton in 1934, 1944 exhibition catalog from Norlyst Art Gallery in NYC, receipt from Norlyst dated April 26, 1944 for purchase of Lamba drawing, 1967 postcard to Julien Levy, 1934-1967.
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Lanyon, Ellen: Personal notes and about her art, 1977-1985.
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Larsson, R.E.F.: Letter and notes to Julien Levy and several drawings by Larsson, 1939, 1948.
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Laughlin, Clarence John: Postcard and letters about exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, essay written by Julien Levy titled "Fantasy in Old New Orleans", 1935-1941.
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"La's": Lacouriere, Roger: Copies of Dali's "Les Chants de Maldoror", 1935.
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"La's": Landgren, Marchal: To Julien Levy about availability of exhibits of Lasar Segall, Eric Adamson, Gordon Craig, and Marc Chagall for the coming season, undated.
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"La's": Langsdorf: Greeting card, 1931.
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"La's": Lasker, Mary: To Eugene Berman enclosing check for $375 for half payment on a pair of pictures, 1944 November 3.
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"La's": Laughlin, John: Letters about exhibition of Surrealist writing in New Directions 1940 and publication of translation of Gide's "Theseus" with lithos of Campigli, 1940.
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Le Point Cardinal: Hugues, Jean in French, some about works by Ernst, 1965-1967.
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Lebrun, Rico: Letters about his work and exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, short biography, one photograph of his work, 1940-1946.
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Leger, Fernand: Permission for Julien Levy to make copies of his film "Ballet Mechanique," two letters in French, 1931 & 1933.
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Levy, Pierre: Orders for books, 1931-1932.
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Leyda, Jay: Letter recommending photographs by Howard Lester, letter dated 1935 from Moscow about photographers there, permission to publish two of his photographs in "Memoir", 1931-1976.
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"Le's": Lebel, Jean Jacques: To Patricia Van Ingen, enclosing in letter a piece for her collective show, undated.
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"Le's": Leggett Studio Gallery: To Julien Levy about consignment to Leggett Gallery of twenty photographs in portfolio by George Platt Lynes, 1932 March 4.
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"Le's": Lehman, Herbert: To Joella Levy, thanks for help with his campaign, 1934 November 18.
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"Le's": Lerner, Abram, Curator of Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection: To Harry N. Abrams, requesting three copies of Julien Levy's "Gorky", undated.
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"Le's": Lerski, Helmar: To Julien Levy in German, 1932 May 23.
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"Le's": Lester, Howard: Greeting card with photograph by Lester, undated.
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"Le's": Lewis, Doris: Letter from Julien Levy suggesting a price for her pictures and the possibility of including them in a group show at the Julien Levy Gallery, 1933.
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Little, Emma: To Julien Levy about Fiske negative collection of New York scenes and mural done by her with Joella Levy, 1932 August 20.
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Littlefield, William: To Julien Levy about possible show of his work in conjunction with John Becker, photograph of sketch of boxer by Littlefield inscribed "For Julien Levy, December 1931", 1932 September 30.
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"Li's": Librairie Jose Corti: Exhibition announcement and receipts for purchases, 1932-1935.
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"Li's": Library of Congress: Request for catalog for College Art Association exhibition and Ernst books from Richard Morse, letter about returning photos lent by Julien Levy from Sidney Kramer, letter inquiring about Atget's from Paul Vanderbilt, 1934, 1943, 1945.
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"Li's": Liebscher, Nicolau: To Julien Levy offering his "artistic etchings" for Julien Levy to sell, 1945 September 29.
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"Li's": Life Magazine: Muriel Trebay of the Picture Bureau to Julien Levy Gallery asking for a print of Dali's "The Enigma of Hitler", 1946 March 6.
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"Li's": Linthiecum, Howland: From Julien Levy, invoice for two works by Grosser, one by Lux, and one by Atherton, 1943 June 30.
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"Li's": Lion, Stephan: Consignment of two Berman paintings owned by Lion to Julien Levy, 1945 December 19.
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"Li's": Lipchitz, Jacques: Undated letter and one photo of work by Lipchitz, undated.
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Ljuba: To Julien Levy about visit to New York City and hope of meeting Julien Levy, Galerie Isy Brachot exhibition catalog, 1973.
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Loeb, Dorothy: To Mrs. Julien Levy (Joella) about leaving her paintings at Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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Loeb, Mary: Invoice for "Horse and Fragments" by Chirico, 1943 January 21.
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Loeb, Willard: From Julien Levy, 1942 November 25.
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Lohse, Remie: Three greeting cards with Lohse photographs.
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Longstreth, Joseph: Possibility of purchasing a painting by Leonor Fini, 1942.
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Lopez-Rey, Lucio: Letters about possibility of an exhibition of his paintings at the Julien Levy Gallery and photographs of his work, 1945.
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Maurice Tuchman, Curator of Modern Art: Letters regarding Julien Levy loan of Gorky's "Pirate I" and "Child's Companions" to exhibition, 1964-1965.
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Lotar, Eli: Postcard from Lotar to Eluard-Grindel, invoice for seven photos on consignment to Julien Levy Gallery, 1930, 1932.
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Lowy, Julius: About framing of artwork, 1944.
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"Lo's": Loew, David: From Julien Levy informing him of slight damage to two of the paintings in the exhibit "The Temptation of Saint Anthony" by Delvaux and Ernst, 1948 March 10.
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"Lo's": Lord, James: To Julien Levy about help with Giacometti's biography, 1971 February 3.
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"Lo's": Lowenfeld, Dr. Philip: From Julien Levy about delivery to Lowenfeld of paintings by Ernst, Cocteau, Dali, and Chirico, 1943 July 8.
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Ludington, Wright: Letters about purchases of paintings by Wright and sale of Dali "Accommodations of Desire" to Julien Levy by Wright in 1965, 1944-1965.
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"Lu's": Luca, Gherasim: In French, undated.
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"Lu's": Lucien Lefebvre-Foinet: T o Julien Levy Gallery about sending three works by Coutand per instructions of Mrs. Lloyd (Mina Loy), 1934 July 27.
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"Lu's": Lum, G. R.: From Julien Levy about Sheeler photographs taken in series form to tell a story for the Bell Laboratory, 1932.
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"Lu's": Lust, Herbert: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, enjoying Julien Levy's book, undated.
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Lynes, George Platt: Invoices about consignments of photos, letter about purchase of Tchelitchew, exhibition announcements, press release for Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, 1932-1946.
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"Ly's": Lyman Allyn Museum: Ames, Winslow: Purchase by Ames of Berman drawing "Le Parapet", 1932.
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"Ly's": Lynes, Russell: Greeting card and letter about party in honor of Virgil Thomson's 75th birthday, 1971.
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"Ly's": Lyon, Peter and Ninette: Sale of Man Ray sculpture and Berman painting by Lyon, 1971, 1978.
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Macomber and Company, Mr. Bunce: Letters from Julien Levy reporting his stock value, one letter about photographs shipped to Albright Art Gallery in 1932, 1932-1944.
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MacRae, Wendell: Invoice for twelve pictures to be sold at $10 each, greeting cards from 1934 and 1936 with photographs by MacRae, 1932 April 20, 1934, 1936.
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Magritte, Rene: Letters written in French, mock-up for Julien Levy Gallery catalog for Magritte exhibition and list of art works, other Magritte exhibition catalogs and announcements, photos of the artist's work, 1934-1936.
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Mahdavi, Rafael: Letters from Mahdavi, invoice for Julien Levy's purchase of three of his works from Feigen Gallery, exhibition catalogs, one photograph of his work, 1972-1980.
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Mailer, Norman: Personal notes and public relations excerpt for "Memoir", 1965-1977.
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Malkine, Georges: To Julien Levy in French, photograph of one of the artist's works, 1931 July 22.
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Man Ray: Harry F. Marks, Incorporated: To Julien Levy Gallery about purchase of eight copies of "Mr. Knife and Miss Fork" and invoice, receipt from Harry F. Marks showing return of books, 1931 January 15.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy about exhibition April 2-22, 1932 in conjunction with Lee Miller, hopes to show some of Man Ray's films also, 1932 February 9.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about biographical details, 1932 March 7.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, Clippings, Dr. Aga and album on electricity, Peignot and issue of "Photographie" devoted to Man Ray's work, 1932 April 2.
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Man Ray: To Joella Levy about criticism in Time magazine regarding Lee Miller photographs by Man Ray, 1932 April 30.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, Print of "Lewis" for Doubleday, 1932 July 25.
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Man Ray: From Joella Levy sending all but a few of the photos Man Ray gave Julien Levy Gallery on consignment with list enclosed, 1932 November 3.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about portrait photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Soby, also Man Ray has started color photography and Julien Levy should ask Elsa Schiaparelli to show him Man Ray's first print, 1933 February 10.
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Man Ray: From Porter, Allen for Julien Levy Gallery about request from client Vernon Grant for enlargement of his photograph "Hull in Drydock", 1933 September 25.
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Man Ray: To Allen Porter about Man Ray photograph "Hull in Drydock", 1933 October 17.
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Man Ray: From Allen Porter for Julien Levy Gallery: To Vernon Grant about Man Ray photograph "Hull in Drydock", 1933 October 26.
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Man Ray: From Allen Porter for Julien Levy Gallery to Vernon Grant about Man Ray photograph "Hull in Drydock" with hand-written reply from Vernon Grant, 1933 October 26.
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Man Ray: From Allen Porter for Julien Levy Gallery to Vernon Grant about Man Ray photograph "Hull in Drydock", 1933 November 2.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Benquet and new artwork, 1937 December 7.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Hollywood, Benquet, Dali, Lee Miller, 1940 December 28.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about sale of Benquet's, Charell's address, new studio, portrait of Sade, 1941 January 13.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Charell, Benquet, Leonor Fini needs a U.S. Visa, 1941 January 16.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about opening of Charell's gallery, Fanny Brice, Man Ray plans for exhibition at Perl's Gallery, Dali's, 1941 February 5.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy asking for books or magazines that have reference to Man Ray or reproductions of his work to be sent to California by return mail since they are for his show, 1941 February 14.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy Gallery, two invoices for publications sent to Man Ray, 1941 February.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy acknowledging receipt of literature, account with Julien Levy, received word that Roland Penrose and Lee Miller were well and living in shelters in London, 1941 March 19.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy about Heythum "nipple book", chess show, Man Ray Exhibition, 1944 September 22.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Chessmen, Pasadena show, Norlyst Gallery, Julien Levy Gallery exhibition arrangements, considers himself a parallelist, 1944 October 4.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, sent out chessmen today, "Isolated Pawn" object, silver chess set, will write about ideas for one-man show, 1944 November 14.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Chess Set, Julien Levy Gallery show in April 1945, 1944 December 1.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about objects for 1945 show, asking Duchamp to write catalogue introduction, 1944 December 29.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about objects for 1945 show, ad in View, 1945 January 23.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about layout for catalogue, wood chess sets, 1945 February 15.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about list of art shipped to Julien Levy for exhibition, metronome, 1945 February 28.
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Man Ray: Keystone Photo-Engraving Corporation to Julien Levy Gallery, invoice for line cut to be charged to Man Ray, 1945 March 22.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about trip to NYC, object of exhibition is to sell and not to justify Man Ray's activities, explanatory text for Revolving Doors, Duchamp's design for catalog, 1945 March 23.
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Man Ray, to Julien Levy, Not coming to opening, details for exhibition, Dorothy Liebes, 1945 April 4.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy about details of show, sending invite cards and will send clippings, prices for works, 1945 April 9.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about catalogues arrived, pricing, chess sets, "Femme et son Poisson" and Dali, 1945 April 11.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy Gallery about Man Ray account with Julien Levy Gallery, 1945 May.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about trip to NY, is copy of "Les Mains Libres" in Julien Levy's office for sale, Man Ray needs silver chess set back, 1945 June 1.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about what is final date for sending to "magic show", Heythums, Ted Kauffer, 1945 October 6.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about watercolors, chess sets, 1946 January 5.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about thanks for return of chessmen, preparing a special board for the new metal set, 1946 May 1.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about chess sets and prices, 1947 January 22.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy when he saw Man Ray's comments about Fitzsimmons' photographs and would like to see his work, 1947 May 20.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about Fitzimmons and his show at the De Young, Man Ray's travel plans for New York, 1947 May 25.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy, Lodging for Man Ray when he is in New York City, 1947 May 27.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about travel plans, paintings, 1905 April 30.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about transfer of paintings to Budworth's, purchase of a ring, possibly by trade, 1947 December 5.
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Man Ray: From Julien Levy who will swap the ring for Man Ray's "Ampor", 1947 December 15.
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Man Ray from Julien Levy, Juliet's ring was mailed today, 1947 December 30.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about arrival of ring for Juliet, advertising chess set, 1948 January 11.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, please hold one of Man Ray's metal chess sets for Heythum, 1948 March 27.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: Greeting card, 1955.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy about giving Julien Levy the name R. Rasmussen, Kay Sage's suicide, 1963 January 21.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy about Princeton/Cordier and Ekstrom show, 1963 April.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, postcard sent from Cadaques, 1963 July 29.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: Greeting card, 1964.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy has contacted Diego about sculpture, working on French translation of "Self Portrait", 1964 February 9.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, greetings for 1966, 1965.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, news about health and work, 1966 May 20.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, Juliet's operation was successful, 1966 July 27.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy about Paris studio, health, work, earrings, 1968 February 5.
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Man Ray and Juliet Man Ray: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy about Man Ray's death, 1977 January 25.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, new prints from Kodak, Man Ray films, undated.
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Man Ray: To Julien Levy, Dali print and "Hull in Drydock", undated.
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Man Ray: Three hand-written lists of art works by Man Ray, press release for Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, foreword by R. de Roussy de Sales, four photographs of works by Man Ray, list of music which accompanies "L'etoile de Mer," miscellaneous cards, gallery exhibition announcements and catalogs, undated.
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Marcoussis, Louis: Invoice for delivery to Marcoussis of 12 of his etchings of Serge Lifar, exhibition catalog from Galerie Kriegel in Paris, photographs of the artist's work, 1935 January 30.
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Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery: Cusie Pfeifer, letters regarding Julien Levy's consignment of photographs to the gallery, 1977-1982.
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Maria [Martins]: Foreword (?) written in French by Andr Breton, photograph of Maria with her dog, photographs of her sculptures, 1947, undated.
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Mark, G. W.: Three photos of art work, undated.
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Masurovsky, Gregory: Two letters regarding his work and a Copley Foundation award, two exhibition catalogs, 1963-1964.
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Matta and Malitte Matta: Handwritten letter from Matta to Julien Levy, list of works by Matta on consignment to Julien Levy Gallery by Pierre Matisse Gallery, correspondence with Malitte Matta in the 1970's re Beaubourg article written by Julien Levy, several exhibition catalogs, two photos of Matta's work, 1943.
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May, Pierre Oudre: Correspondence in French about Eugene and Leonid Berman, 1938-1936.
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"Ma's": Maas, Madeleine and Happy: Christmas greeting card, undated.
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"Ma's": MacDonald, Pirie: To Julien Levy, Will send Julien Levy three prints on Tuesday, 1932 September 29.
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"Ma's": MacPherson, Kenneth: From Julien Levy explaining that most of the missing items on loan to Putzel have been located, 1945 October 6.
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"Ma's": Mahony, Bernard: Christmas greeting, undated.
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"Ma's": Malone, David: Invitation to tea, undated.
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"Ma's": Mannes, Marya: Greeting card, undated.
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"Ma's": Mantova: Photograph of art work, undated.
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"Ma's": Mark, Eric: Christmas greeting, undated.
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"Ma's": Marks, Charles: To Julien Levy, letter to certify that he has 14 Brauner paintings in his possession to be returned to Brauner in France, undated.
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"Ma's": Martin, Keith: 1981 Exhibition catalog from C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore with note inside, postcard size reproduction of work by Martin, 1981, undated.
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"Ma's": Masson, Andre: Postcard, exhibition announcement and catalog, copy of foreword possibly written by Julien Levy, 1944, undated.
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"Ma's": Maurer, Alfred: Exhibition announcement of "Recent Paintings" at the Weyhe Gallery, 1931.
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"Ma's": Maury, Jean-Pierre: Exhibition catalog with letter inside, 1966.
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"Ma's": Mazoh, Stephen: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, letter about purchase of a work by Matta, inquiry about Julien Levy's Picasso prints, possible other art work for sale, 1967 February 25.
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McAlmon, Bob: Note about finding "the small bullfight set" for Julien Levy, letter praising Picaba's work, 1930, 1931.
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"Mc's": McAndrew, John: To Julien Levy, undated.
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"Mc's": McCormick, Robert: From Julien Levy regarding Atherton's "Land Breeze", 1944 March 20.
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"Mc's": McCray, James: Two photos of his work, undated.
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"Mc's": McGinnis, Patrick: To Julien Levy, business card and letter enclosing check of $1020 for purchase of "Biographie" by Mrs. McGinnis, 1946 December 12.
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"Mc's": McKinney, Donald: To Jean Farley Levy regarding Campigli photograph, 1980 November 26.
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"Mc's": McKiterick, Margaret: To Julien Levy, letter regarding Julien Levy's plans to be an agent for 16mm films, her films, recommending projectors to Julien Levy, 1931 September 22.
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Menotti, Gian Carlo: To Julien Levy, one greeting card and two personal notes, 1965.
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Merida, Carlos: 1944 exhibition catalog from the Nierendorf Gallery with handwritten note to Julien Levy from Merida, photographs of the artist's work, 1944.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art: Letters regarding the donation in 1944 of a Leonid painting "Scieurs dans un Chantier" by Briggs Buchanan, Gorky drawing, 1977 show at Washburn Gallery, 1944-1977.
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"Me's": Mead, Roderick: To Julien Levy regarding the possibility of an exhibition of his work at Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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"Me's": Metcalf: From Julien Levy about price of Tchilitchew's "Bathers" is $400 if paid in cash, 1943 March 29.
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"Me's": Meyer, Herbert: To Julien Levy Gallery about book by Balzac illustrated by Picasso, reply by Julien Levy, 1933 February 5.
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"Me's": Meyer, Ruth: To Julien Levy from "Your friend" describing a camping trip, 1919 August 8.
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Michaelson, Niels: To Julien Levy, letters and several small drawings, 1960's.
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Milena: From Richard Danielson of the Atlantic Monthly to Harry Bull of Town and Country about painting by Milena ("Anges a l'Aube") sent on approval, letter written in French to Julien Levy, letter about Julien Levy putting off giving terms and date for exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, reply by Julien Levy, photographs of Milena's work, 1940-1942.
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Miller, Lee: Letters about 1932 article in Time, invoice for five chromium braquettes at $1.25 each, letter about her exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, letter about Julien Levy's autobiography, 1932-1979.
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Miller, Peter: Biographical information, letters about exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, photographs of her work, including one with the artist beside a painting, 1945-1947.
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Minotaure: Editor Albert Skira, mostly invoices for subscriptions, 1933-1934.
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Miro, Joan: Letter written in French, business card, retrospective exhibition catalog from Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1936-1937.
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"Mi's": Middlebury College: Arthur K. D. Healy from Department of Fine Arts: To Julien Levy about paintings by Tchiletchew and Chagall, 1946 May 7.
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"Mi's": Midge: To Julien Levy when he was at Harvard, circa 1924.
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"Mi's": Miller, Ingeborg Morath: To Jean Farley Levy, thanks for invitation to opening of Julien Levy Collection at "ICP", 1977 April 25.
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"Mi's": Miller, Stephen: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy about research on Kay Sage, 1972, 1977.
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"Mi's": Mills, A. K.: To Julien Levy, attaching names of ship news reporters, 1934 November 7.
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"Mi's": Mills College Art Gallery: From Alfred Neumeyer about Lebrun drawings and exhibition at Crocker Gallery, 1944.
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"Mi's": Mitchell, Mrs. J. M.: To Julien Levy Gallery, telegram regarding Dali painting purchase (#21 in the catalog at $250) and confirmation letter, 1934 November 26.
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Moderna Musset Stockholm: From Director K. G. P. Hulten about loans by Julien Levy for retrospective exhibition of Max Ernst, 1969-1970.
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Moholy-Nagy, Lszl: Letters written in German and translated by Moholy-Nagy's daughter, Hattula, about photography, films, possible exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, Delphic Studios, exhibition catalog from Delphic Studios, 1931-1944.
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Momp, Manuel Hernndez: "H. Momp, 1958-59" by Jose M. Galvan, letter in French to Julien Levy written after they met at the Venice biennial in 1962, letter from Ruth Schaffner about Momp's work and 1973 exhibition catalog from her gallery, 1973, undated.
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Monroe, Keith: To Julien Levy and Marian Dunham at Julien Levy Gallery about selling his jewelry at Gallery, 1947-1948.
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Morgan, Maud: Exhibitions at Julien Levy Gallery and sales of paintings, photographs of the artist's work, 1942-1980.
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Morris, George L. K.: To Julien Levy, letter about purchase of a Picasso owned by Rosenberg and reply by Julien Levy accepting offer of $1500 in cash, undated.
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Morris, Maria: To Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, letter and postcards about Atget and Abbott-Levy collection, 1978.
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Morse, A. R.: About purchase of several works by Dali and some by Berman, 1943-1973.
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"Mo's": Morse, Richard Ely: About purchase of set of books by Max Ernst, 1935.
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"Mo's": Moses, Harry: To Allen Porter about photographs of "Four Saints in Three Acts", 1934 October 12.
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"Mo's": Moss and Kamin: From Julien Levy about securing two or three copies of "Pudovkin on Film Technique", 1933 February 16.
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"Mo's": Moyer Gallery: From Paul W. Cooley regarding Berman and Tchelitchew drawings, 1944.
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Murch, Walter: To Julien Levy about loaning painting by Murch owned by Julien Levy to Museum of Art in Providence, Rhode Island, 1966 August 5.
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Museum Boymans-van Beuningen: From R. Hammacher-Van den Brande of the Modern Art Department regarding loans by Julien Levy of works by Dali, Man Ray, and Delvaux, 1969-1978.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: From Philip Hendy and W. G. Constable regarding loan by Julien Levy of a Berman painting, Maud Morgan, letter referring to an early exhibition at the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum which drew heavily on loans from Julien Levy Gallery, 1932-1979.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield: Regarding loans by Julien Levy Gallery of works by Carl Hall, Atherton, Berman, and Grosser, 1944.
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Museum of Modern Art: Correspondence regarding mural exhibition, storage of Julien Levy's photographs during war, various loans and sales of art work to Museum by Julien Levy Gallery, Atget photographs, 1932-1982.
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Nadar: Correspondence and receipts for Nadar photographs purchased by Julien Levy, 1931-1933.
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Nassau County Museum of Fine Art: Correspondence regarding loan of several Gorky's to "The Abstract Expressionists and their Precursors," two letters of condolence to Jean Farley Levy on Julien Levy's death, 1980-1981.
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National Collection of Fine Arts: From Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Assistant Curator of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture, to Julien Levy about research on Joseph Cornell, 1976 April 21.
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National Collection of Fine Arts: From Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Assistant Curator of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture, to Julien Levy regarding sending transcript and tape of an interview with Julien Levy conducted by Hartigan and Walter Hopps in July 1976, 1977 November 15.
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National Collection of Fine Arts: From Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, Assistant Curator of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture, to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, letters regarding Joseph Cornell research and letter of condolence to Jean Farley Levy, 1980-1981.
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National Collection of Fine Arts: From Harry Rand, Chairman of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture, to Julien Levy, regarding seeing Julien at Washburn Gallery opening, Rand's book on Gorky, show on John Graham, 1979 January 26.
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Nelson, Jack: Postcard to Julien Levy, exhibition catalogs and letters from Art Directions Gallery, announcement of exhibition at Krasner Gallery, photographs of the artist's work, 1959-1965.
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Neuberger Museum at State University of New York at Purchase: Correspondence regarding Julien Levy's teaching, loan of Julien Levy Collection for exhibition at the Neuberger, water damage to loan material, conservation of damaged material, insurance claims, 1975-1981.
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Neuberger Museum at State University of New York at Purchase: List of works from the Julien Levy Collection on loan to the Neuberger Museum and condition reports, undated.
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Neuberger Museum at State University of New York at Purchase: Additional lists of art on loan from Julien Levy Collection, 1977-1979, undated.
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Neuberger Museum and Center for Surrealist Studies at State University of New York at Purchase: Proposal, newspaper articles, 1976-1977, undated.
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New Gallery of Contemporary Art: From Nancy Hall-Duncan, list of lenders and check-list for photograph exhibition held at same time as Surrealist show at the Cleveland Museum of Art, letter about Julien Levy interview and asking him to do introduction for catalog, 1979.
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"Ne's": Nesbit, Molly: To Julien Levy about her dissertation on Atget's photography, 1979 January 7.
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"Ne's": Neumann, J. B.: To Julien Levy, invoice for Rouault "head of a clown" and Bosch School "Proverb" taken by Julien Levy on approval, 1943 March 17.
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"Ne's": Neurath, Rudolf: About "Die Pubertat" published in Wien, undated.
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"Ne's": Nevelson, Louise: About "A Tribute to Louise Nevelson" at the Neuberger Museum, 1977 May 7.
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"Ne's": New York Cultural Center: From Director Mario Amaya to Julien Levy about loans of Ernst "Vox Angelica" and Man Ray's "Domesticated Egg" and "Table for Two", 1973, 1974.
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"Ne's": New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture: Harry Blumenthal, Harry, Chairman of Lecture Committee, to Julien Levy about program at the school where Julien Levy will lead a discussion and show his film on Surrealism, 1972 March 4.
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"Ne's": New York University: From Jim Jordan, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy, about Levy's lecture at SUNY Purchase and about including the newly re-discovered frieze-like Gorky painting in the Levy Collection in the Gorky catalog raisonne, 1976 May 11.
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"Ne's": New Yorker: From Barbara Blake to Julien Levy about putting the Cornell exhibition on the "Last Minute" list, 1932 November 18.
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"Ne's": Newman, James R.: Letters about purchase of Atget's from Julien Levy Gallery, 1931, 1932.
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Noguchi, Isamu: Two exhibition catalogs from Cordier and Ekstrom, 1967, 1969.
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Norman, Charles: To Julien Levy about work done since exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, two letters written to Jean Farley Levy about Julien Levy's death, 1940, 1981.
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Norman, Dorothy: To Julien Levy about insuring three Stieglitz photos she left with him and letter of condolence to Jean Farley Levy, 1932, 1981.
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"No's": Northwestern University: From Richard Ellmann to Julien Levy about information on James Joyce and Julien Levy's pun "Joycetification", 1955 July 6.
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"No's": Norton, John: To Jean Farley Levy, Letter of condolence on Julien Levy's death, mentions drawing Levy's portrait, 1981 April 18.
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"No's": Norton, W. W. and Company: About "New Style Architecture" publication, 1932.
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O'Gorman, Juan: Photographs of O'Gorman's works, "O'Gorman and Merida?" handwritten on envelope, undated.
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O'Keeffe, Georgia: Announcement and catalog for exhibition at The Intimate Gallery, letter thanking Julien Levy for flowers, provenance of "Lake George" by Julien Levy, 1927,1965.
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Olivet College: From Joseph Brewer to Julien Levy, about introduction to "William Dole", 1938 July 21.
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Olivet College: From Julien Levy Gallery, list of Dali etchings, Tchelitchew and Berman drawings, 1942 September 17.
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Olivet College: From Milton Horn about Julien Levy Gallery loan of Berman and Tchelitchew drawings and Dali etching for exhibition at Olivet School of Fine Arts, greeting card from "Mr. and Mrs. Horn", undated.
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Oppenheim, Meret: Personal letters, 1960's.
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"O's": Outerbridge, Paul: Receipts for photographs received on consignment, letter regarding photographs for Brooklyn Museum exhibition, 1931-1932.
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"O's": Oakes, Roland: To Julien Levy, wishes for recovery, undated.
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"O's": Oberlin College: To Julien Levy regarding Gorky's "The Liver is a Cock's Comb", 1957 February 15.
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"O's": The Old Print Shop: From Julien Levy to "Miss. Cowdrey" about provenance of the Francis "Still Life with Lobster", 1944 April 24.
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"O's": Olympia Galleries: From Joseph Seraphin to Julien Levy regarding photographs Gorky used for his paintings, 1978 January 13.
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"O's": Orswell, Mrs. Culver: To Julien Levy about Gorky drawings, 1963 May 8.
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"O's": Outlines Gallery: From Director Elizabeth Raphael to Julien Levy requesting to exhibit Xenia Cage works, 1947 April 18.
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"O's": Overhage, Paul: To Julien Levy Gallery, invoice for 1800 announcement cards and photography, 1932 February 13.
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Paalen, Wolfgang: To Julien Levy, in French, invitation to private view of Paalen exhibition at Guggenheim London with note to Julien Levy by Peggy Guggenheim and Marcel Duchamp on reverse, 1939-1941.
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Parry, Roger: Receipt for photographs purchased outright and on commission, 1932 April 14.
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Pasadena Art Institute: From Director Jarvis Barlow to Julien Levy asking for price list of Lebrun drawings in conjunction with Lebrun exhibition, 1944 November 22.
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Pasadena Art Museum: From Director Thomas Terbell to Julien Levy and Jean Farley Levy regarding loan of Gorky's "Child's Companions" to their "Painting in NY 1944-1969" exhibition, 1969.
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"Pa's": Pagano Incorporated: From William Fisher to Julien Levy Gallery regarding article in issue of Commercial Photographer, 1931 November 10.
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"Pa's": Pandolfini, Joseph: From Julien Levy Gallery, receipt for one painting to be sold at $450, 1935 February 13.
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"Pa's": Paresce, Eva or Ella: To Julien Levy, in French, undated.
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"Pa's": Parrish, Morris: From Julien Levy requesting to exhibit Mr. Parrish's collection of Carrol photographs, undated.
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"Pa's": Partisan Review: From Julien Levy Gallery confirming advertisement for Kay Sage exhibition, 1944 September 22.
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"Pa's": Patton, Mrs. William: From Julien Levy about prices and list of Carl Hall paintings, 1948 March 22.
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Penn State University: Travel arrangements, Julien Levy's lectures, list of Julien Levy loans and catalog, memorabilia for "Surrealism--A Celebration" held at PSU, proposal by Heinz Henisch for an International Conference on the history of photography, 1974.
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Penn State University: Transcripts of gallery talk about Surrealism and films, 1974 November.
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Penrose, Roland: To Julien Levy about Levy's suggestion of a Gorky for the Tate, 1963 June 6.
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Penrose, Roland: To Jean Farley Levy: Condolences on Julien Levy's death, Jean Farley Levy's proposal that Penrose write the introduction to the Sotheby's sale catalog of Levy's collection, 1981 April 24.
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Penrose, Roland: From Julian Levy about sending color photos of "Days Etc." and "Mojave Desert", undated.
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Peterdi, Gabor: Photographs of his work, letters to Julien Levy in French, undated.
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"Pe's": Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. James: Greeting card, undated.
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"Pe's": Penn, Tom: Julien and Jean Farley Levy, postcard, 1974 July.
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"Pe's": Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: From Julien Levy to Martha Schick about prices for works by Berman, Atherton, Kelly, and Lux, 1944 January 31.
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"Pe's": Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: From Secretary Joseph T. Fraser to Julien Levy regarding Rico Lebrun picture for exhibition, 1944 December 13.
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"Pe's": Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: From Secretary Joseph T. Fraser to Julien Levy regarding agreement to purchase Atherton's "Magic Forest", 1946 March 5.
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"Pe's": Peret, Benjamin: To Julien Levy in French, 1945 October 4.
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"Pe's": Perkins, Maxwell: From Julien Levy requesting help with article on Henry James, reply by Perkins regarding use of Alvin Langdon Coburn pictures for article in "Hound and Horn", 1932 March 1.
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"Pe's": Perkins, Maxwell: To Julien Levy, reply on Charles Scribner's Sons letterhead giving consent to use pictures in the article, 1932 March 23.
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"Pe's": Perkins, Frances, Secretary of Labor: To Julien Levy about paintings of Frederick Shaler owned by Villa Page, 1941 September 5.
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"Pe's": Perper, Marc: To Julien Levy, wants loan of two of his paintings for possible sale, undated.
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"Pe's": Peterhans: From Julien Levy about possible exhibition of photographs, 1932 March 24.
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"Pe's": Petit, Andre-Francois: To Julien Levy, 1936 de Chirico work authentication, 1977 December 24.
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Pfriem, Bernard: Letters regarding Pfriem's work at D'Arcy Galleries and Julien Levy teaching at Lacoste School of the Arts in France, 1961,1976.
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Philadelphia Art Alliance: Letters regarding exhibitions of LeBrun, Berman, and Kelly, 1945-1948.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Vanderbilt, Paul: From Julien Levy regarding photographers handled by Julien Levy Gallery, 1932 January 6.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Clifford, Henry: From Julien Levy about list of drawings loaned to exhibition, 1934 April 12.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Marceau, Henri: To Julien Levy Gallery regarding return of loans for "Modern Drawings", 1934 May 25.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Marceau, Henri: To Allen Porter regarding return of drawings, 1934 September 24.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Zigrosser, Carl: To Julien Levy regarding acquiring Leon Kelly etchings for Museum, 1941 July 24.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Henry, Clifford, Henry: From Julien Levy regarding Berman's new group of pictures, 1943 January 20.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Clifford, Henry: To Babbitt of Julien Levy Gallery, thank you for volumes of Van Marle and inquiry regarding Ferrara exhibition, 1943 February 9.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Clifford, Henry: From Sara Babbitt of Julien Levy Gallery regarding Ferrara exhibition catalog, 1943 February 11.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art: Clifford, Henry: To Julien Levy about difficult client and Kelly show, 1944 February 9.
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Phillips Memorial Gallery: From Duncan Phillips regarding loan of Berman's "Daylight" to Julien Levy Gallery exhibition, loans and sales of Bermans from Julien Levy Gallery to Phillips Gallery, 1932-1946.
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Phyllis Kind Gallery: To Julien Levy, receipt for "I'm Not Stopping" by Jim Nutt purchased for $200, 1978 February 24.
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Picabia, Francis: Catalog for exhibition at Galleria Schwarz in Milan, 1964 May-June.
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Picasso, Pablo: Kochnitzky, Leon: Letter [from Julien Levy?], photograph of Picasso work with handwritten note on verso, 1934 December 27.
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Picasso, Pablo: Kelly, Helen (Mrs. Leon): Letter offering Picasso's "Apples and Pear" to Julien Levy for $500, undated.
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Picasso, Pablo: Photographs of two artworks, undated.
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Picasso, Pablo: Subscription bulletin to Songe et Mensonge de Franco, undated.
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Pierre, Jose: Letters in French regarding Tanguy film, Gorky, and Breton, 1977.
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Planells, Angel: Letters regarding possible exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, 1937.
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Pollet, Joseph: Photographs of Pollet's work, letter to Julien Levy, 1940 March 18.
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Porter, Allan: Maria Delvaux, two greeting cards, undated.
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Porter, Bern: Regarding Julien Levy's interest in his Metamorphic Rhizomes and Surrealistic Constructions, 1942.
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Porter: David Porter Gallery: To Julien Levy regarding Berman, Ernst, undated.
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Porter, Caroline (Mrs. Nathan Todd Porter): Regarding "Musical Squash" painting by Maud Morgan selected by Alfred Barr for Museum of Modern Art, 1942.
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Portland Art Museum, Oregon: O'Brien, Peggy, Museum Assistant: Letters regarding possibility of sending LeBrun exhibition at Mills College to Portland, receipt for shipment of Atherton's "Self Portrait" to Julien Levy Gallery, 1944.
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Portocarrero, Rene: Letters, invoices regarding exhibitions and sales of Portocarrero's work, two letters from Grace Morley of San Francisco Museum of Art, biographical information, photographs of some of his works, catalog from "Portocarrero Exposicion de Pintura Religiosa" in Havana, 1945.
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"Po's": Poissonnier, Bernard: Two letters regarding sale of paintings by de Chirico and Ernst, 1945, 1952.
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"Po's": Pollak, Raphael: Greeting card.
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"Po's": Ponse, Genevieve: In French, undated.
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"Po's": Pool: Order and receipt for one year subscription to "Close-up", 1931 December.
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"Po's": Post House Hotel, Southampton, New York: Receipt for four paintings on loan and bill from hotel including $8.50 for repairs to furniture, 1943 September.
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"Po's": Pound, Ezra: Two calling cards introducing Julien Levy.
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"Po's": Powers Reproduction Corporation: To Allen Porter regarding photograph reproduction of painting at Julien Levy Gallery, 1935 March 26.
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Princeton University Library and Art Museum: Letters regarding exhibition of 50 Berman drawings, receipt for loan of Gorky "Pirate II" and "The Liver and the Cock's Comb", 1947,1952.
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"Pr's": Prampolini: Biographical information, undated.
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"Pr's": Prassinos, Gisele: To Julien Levy, in French regarding Julien Levy's "Surrealism" book, 1937 February 2.
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"Pr's": Pratt, Davis: To Julien Levy regarding visit to view Julien Levy's photographs and possible exhibition at the Fogg, undated.
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Pulham, Peter Rose: To Julien Levy about Pulham's latest painting and invitation to Julien Levy and wife to visit, 1947 June 26.
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Pulitzer, Joseph: Letters regarding purchases of Bermans and a Tchelitchew from the Julien Levy Gallery, 1942-1943.
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Putzel, Howard: Letters regarding loans for exhibitions at Putzel's various galleries and his loan of Gris exhibition to Julien Levy Gallery, 1934-1944.
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Quintanilla, Luis: To Julien Levy, invitation to preview of William Gropper exhibition, benefit for Spanish refugees, 1940 February 5.
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Rattner, Abraham: Two letters, postcard, Declaration of American Artists form, Stendahl Art Galleries exhibition catalog, photograph of Rattner painting, photographs of Rattner's work, 1940-1941.
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"Ra's": Rain, Charles: List of works with prices for Rain and Keith Martin, undated.
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"Ra's": Rand, Harry: To Julien Levy, request for assistance with Gorky research, 1977 February 11.
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"Ra's": Randolph-Macon Woman's College: From Beatrice von Keller, Head of Art Department, to Julien Levy requesting loan of Berman "Medusa" for American painting exhibition, 1946 March 27.
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"Ra's": Ransohoff, Doris: To Julien Levy, personal letter, 1973 January 2.
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"Ra's": Rauschenberg, Robert: Announcement of opening of exhibition at Castelli, 1969 April-May.
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"Ra's": Ray, Paul: To Julien Levy requesting permission to publish a section from Dali's "Conquest of the Irrational", 1966 November 24.
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Reis, Bernard: To Julien Levy, two letters regarding purchase of a Campigli painting, 1935.
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Resor, Stanley and Helen: Letters regarding purchases from Julien Levy Gallery, 1935, 1942.
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Reynal, Jeanne: Letter of condolence to Julien Levy on his father's death, two personal letters, two photos of her work, undated.
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Rhode Island School of Design: Loan of Walter Murch painting to exhibition, 1966, 1968.
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Richard Feigen Gallery: Correspondence, 1959-1967.
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Richard Feigen Gallery: Correspondence, two exhibition catalogs, 1968-1969.
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Richter, Hans: Personal cards and letters, several exhibition catalogs, 1956-1975.
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Richter, Hans: Material relating to Richter's films "8 x 8 and "Dreams That Money Can Buy," photographs of Julien Levy in the Max Ernst dream sequence, "An Index to the Creative Work of Hans Richter" by Herman Weinberg.
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Ringling Museum of Art: "Masterpieces of Modern Painting" exhibition catalog, Julien Levy Gallery loaned Ernst "Vox Angelica" and Leonid "Quatre Pecheurs de Nazare" to exhibition, 1948 April.
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Rittase, William: To Julien Levy, "Steel" mural panels, 1932 April 9.
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Rivera, Diego: To Julien Levy, two letters regarding not having enough paintings ready for an exhibition at Julien Levy Gallery, 1938, 1939.
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"Ri's": Ribicoff, Abe: To Julien Levy, reply to letter regarding effects of pending tax reform legislation on gifts of art works to museums, 1969 November 13.
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"Ri's": Richards, Walter: From Julien Levy regarding Carl Hall's "Moon Dance", 1948 March 17.
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"Ri's": Riley, Bridget: Order cards from Feigen Gallery for purchase of prints.
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"Ri's": Rindge, Anges: To Julien Levy regarding Berman panels and Julien Levy Gallery, undated.
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"Ri's": Ritter, G.: To Julien Levy regarding loan of Klapheck "Die Intrigantin" to the Exposition Universelle in Montreal, 1967 January 20.
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"Ri's": Ritter's Furniture Stores: From Henry M. Ritter with request for reproductions or low priced works of Max Ernst, Art of this Century stamp on bottom and handwritten note from "Peggy" asking Julien Levy to "see to this", 1947 January 6.
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"Ri's": Rixson: From Julien Levy enclosing announcements of exhibitions since the opening of the Julien Levy Gallery at the suggestion of "Mr. Erwin", 1932 February 1.
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Robert McBratney and Company: From Julien Levy, interested in photographic method of embellishing textile materials called "Phototone" developed by U.S. Finishing Company and distributed by Robert McBratney and Company, note referring Julien Levy to U. S. Finishing Company, 1931.
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Robinson, Edward G.: Letters regarding subscription to "VVV," Julien Levy request to use his gallery for a temporary Atherton exhibition, comments on the 1946-47 art season in New York, 1942-1947.
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Rogaway, Alfred: Letter regarding possible exhibition of Rogaway's oil paintings at Julien Levy Gallery, arranging exhibition of Gorky, Warshaw, and Sparks at Rogaway's 418 Art Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1946-1948.
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Roos, Allan: Letter regarding Picasso painting, condolence letter on death of Julien Levy's father, 1945, 1958.
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