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Sloan, Helen Farr, 1911-2005.

Helen Farr Sloan Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks

1886–1896


Descriptive Summary

Identification: MSS 562


Creator: Sloan, Helen Farr, 1911-2005.


Title: Helen Farr Sloan Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks


Inclusive Dates: 1886–1896


Extent: 5.3 linear feet (14 volumes in 5 record center boxes and 1 manuscript box)


Abstract: The Helen Farr Sloan Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks consist of fourteen binders of Philadelphia-area news clippings broadly related to the subject of art, encompassing the early years of John Sloan’s career in Philadelphia, and include a separately-organized group of materials from the same period about the Drexel family and publisher George W. Childs.


Language: Materials entirely in English.



Citation

MSS 562, Helen Farr Sloan Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.

Shelving Summary

Boxes 1-5: Shelved in SPEC MSS record center cartons

Box 6: Shelved in SPEC MSS manuscript boxes

Location

Special Collections Department, University of Delaware Library / Newark, Delaware 19717–5267 / Phone: 302-831-2229 / Fax: 302-831-6003 / URL: http://www.lib.udel.edu/ud/spec/

Source

Transfer from University of Delaware Department of Art History, 1999.

Processing

Processed by Marina Dobronovskaya, Evan Echols, and Teresa K. Nevins, 2007–2008. Encoded by Teresa K. Nevins and Lora J. Davis, 2008.


The collection is open for research.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

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Biographical Note

Helen Farr Sloan (1911–2005) was the widow of celebrated American artist John Sloan (1871–1951), one of the original members of The Eight and later the Ashcan School of realist painters. Mrs. Sloan was herself an accomplished artist, educator, art patron, and philanthropist who dedicated herself to preserving her husband’s legacy after his death in 1951. For many years, she maintained his archives while collecting information and sponsoring research projects related to her husband’s life and artistic career. She provided documentary sources to many authors working on book projects about Sloan’s life and artistic works, while writing prefaces for a number of publications and even editing some works. Mrs. Sloan funded the Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks project (which comprises this collection) to document the artistic context for the early stages of her husband’s career.

John Sloan was born in Philadelphia in 1871, and attended Philadelphia Central High School. In 1887, Sloan started working for a dealer of books and fine arts, where he soon earned extra income by selling pen-and-ink drawings and gift cards. In 1892, Sloan joined the art department of The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he worked until 1895, mostly illustrating the Sunday edition of the paper. He continued to provide occasional illustrations for The Inquirer Sunday Magazine even after moving to another newspaper, Philadelphia Press, and his illustrations also appeared in several magazines, including Moods: A Journal Intime, where he became art editor in 1895. From 1892 to 1895, Sloan attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where he encountered American artist Robert Henri, who would inspire him to abandon illustration work to pursue painting as a career.

Sources:

Bruce St. John. John Sloan. New York, Washington, London: Praeger Publisher, 1971.

John Loughery. John Sloan, Painter and Rebel. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1995.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1805-2005: 200 Years of Excellence. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2005.

"Finding aid to the John Sloan Collection." Delaware Museum of Art. http://www.delart.org (accessed September 26, 2008).


Scope and Content Note

The Helen Farr Sloan Philadelphia Inquirer notebooks consists of fourteen binders of Philadelphia-area news clippings broadly related to the subject of art. Materials date from 1886 to 1896, encompassing the early years of John Sloan’s work in Philadelphia, and suggest that Mrs. Sloan supported this project to collect biographical and historical context for this period of her husband’s career. The collection includes photocopies of art-related materials published in the following Philadelphia newspapers: The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Evening Call, The Evening Telegraph, The Evening Bulletin, North American, The Philadelphia Press, The Philadelphia Record, Public Ledger, and The Times. The bulk of the articles are from The Philadelphia Inquirer. The collection is organized in chronological order and is divided into three series.

Series I. The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1886–1896, contains the bulk of the collection, including articles, notices, editorials, and advertisements about art. Beginning in 1892, the year that John Sloan joined the art department of The Philadelphia Inquirer, newspaper illustrations by John Sloan and Everett Shinn were actively collected, and by 1895 the illustrations had become the primary focus of the series, outnumbering actual articles and notices.

The majority of the materials in this series cover the activities of museums, schools, clubs, and societies in and around Philadelphia. The leading institution in terms of newspaper coverage is the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, or PAFA. In many ways, PAFA was the hub of artistic culture in Philadelphia, as many of the individuals featured in the articles of this series have, or had, ties to PAFA. In particular, news about PAFA faculty, including such notable American artists as Thomas Eakins, Thomas Hovenden, Thomas Anshutz, William Merritt Chase, Charles Grafly, and Cecilia Beaux appeared frequently. For example, the controversy over employing nude models in mixed gender art classes at PAFA that forced Thomas Eakins to resign in 1886 generated numerous articles and editorials.

Exhibition coverage is another major component of the materials in this series. Exhibitions at PAFA, especially the Academy’s annual exhibition, were treated as major events. PAFA also hosted a number of significant exhibitions sponsored by other organizations, such as the photography exhibitions of the Photographic Society of Philadelphia, which began exhibiting at PAFA as early as 1886. Private exhibitions received extensive coverage as well. Several important Philadelphia galleries, including James S. Earle & Sons, Davis & Harvey, Haseltine Galleries, and J. E. Caldwell, exhibited and sold works that ranged from those by well-known Philadelphia artists to paintings direct from the Paris Salons. Reports on the sale, donation, or bequest of private art collections appeared regularly, such as the bequest to PAFA in 1892 of the important art collection of PAFA board member Henry C. Gibson.

Educational activities, including curriculum, and student exhibitions were also reported for a variety of art and design schools, including Franklin Industrial Drawing School, the School of Industrial Arts, the Philadelphia School of Design for Women, and the Drexel Institute. News about meetings, exhibitions, social activities, and travels of a broad range of art-related clubs and societies also appeared frequently. Among these are the Philadelphia Society of Artists, the Sketch Club, the Art Club, the Quintet Club (extended coverage of the members’ European travels), and the Philobiblon Club. Several organizations with a more specific focus include the T Square Club (architecture), American Water Color Society (watercolor painting), the Illustrators Club (illustration), and the Decorative Arts League.

The activities and money-raising efforts of Philadelphia public monument committees like Fairmount Park Art Association and the Barnes Statue Association for monuments ranging from Beethoven to Joan of Arc were followed closely in the papers. Military monuments evoked special interest, particularly the numerous sculptural commissions to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg in 1888, as did Gettysburg’s Cyclorama, the panoramic painting of the Battle at Missionary Ridge.

Architecture received relatively little coverage, except for a few notices about building projects, like the University of Pennsylvania’s library and the new PAFA building, both designed by Frank Furness. Also, coverage of international art, artists and art events was sparse, except for expatriate American artists like James McNeill Whistler, and major events like the construction and dedication of the Statue of Liberty in 1889 and the building of the Eiffel Tower for the Paris Exposition of 1893.

Series II. Other newspapers, 1886–1887, gathers materials from other sources, before most of these papers became defunct or were absorbed by The Philadelphia Inquirer. One newspaper, The Evening Call, offered significantly more regional (eastern United States) and international art coverage than The Philadelphia Inquirer, which was primarily Philadelphia-centered. However, this lasted only briefly, and articles in the other newspapers in this series conformed to the coverage presented in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Series III. Drexel family, 1886–1892, is a small, separately organized group of articles and notices that trace the social and philanthropic activities of the Drexels, a prominent Philadelphia banking family, and Philadelphia Public Ledger publisher George Childs, close friend of Anthony J. Drexel. Most of these clippings are devoted to the philanthropic efforts of these two men, who together and individually supported numerous charitable, cultural, and educational projects, like the creation of the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry (later Drexel University) in 1891, and the founding of a home for retired union printers in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1892. The social life of the three Drexel brothers (Francis, Anthony, and Joseph) and their spouses and children, was avidly followed in the papers through short notices about dinners, parties, and trips abroad, and long articles detailing weddings, deaths, funerals, bequests, and other notable events, like the decision of Francis Drexel’s middle daughter Katharine Mary (later Saint Katharine Drexel) to become a nun in 1889. The list of articles for this series featured in the finding aid is not complete and additional articles related to the Drexel family can be found among the Series III. materials.


Selected Search Terms

Personal Names
Anshutz, Thomas Pollock, 1851-1912.
Beaux, Cecilia, 1855-1942.
Chase, William Merritt, 1849-1916.
Childs, George William, 1829-1894.
Drexel, Anthony J. (Anthony Joseph), 1826-1893.
Drexel, Katharine Mary, Saint, 1858-1955.
Eakins, Thomas, 1844-1916.
Furness, Frank, 1839-1912.
Grafly, Charles, 1862-1929.
Hovenden, Thomas, 1840-1895.
Shinn, Everett, 1876-1953.
Sloan, John, 1871-1951.
Corporate Names
Art Club of Philadelphia.
Davis & Harvey.
Drexel Home and Philadelphia Motherhouse of Deaconesses.
Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry.
Fairmount Park Art Association.
Haseltine Galleries (Philadelphia, Pa.)
J. E. Caldwell & Co.
James S. Earle & Sons.
Philadelphia Inquirer (Firm)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Photographic Society of Philadelphia.
T Square Club (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Additional Titles
The Evening Call (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Evening Telegraph (Philadelphia, Pa.)
North American (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Philadelphia Times (Philadelphia, Pa.)
The Press (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Public Ledger (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Topical Terms
Art--Societies, etc.--19th century--Sources.
Art--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Art auctions--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Art galleries, commercial--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Art museums--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Exhibitions--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Newspapers--Illustrations--19th century--Sources.
Outdoor sculpture--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Public art--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Public sculpture, American--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia--19th century--Sources.
Geographic Names
Philadelphia (Pa.)--History--19th century--Sources.
Form/Genre Terms
Clippings (information artifacts)
Occupation
Illustrators.

  • Series I. Philadelphia Inquirer, 1886–1896
  • Series II. Other newspapers, 1886–1887
  • Series III. Drexel family, 1886–1892

Detailed Contents List

Series I. Philadelphia Inquirer, 1886–1896
Part 1 , 1886 January 5–1886 December 29

Sketch club elects officers , 1886 January 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Beautiful paintings , 1886 January 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Photo Society of Phil. Exhibition at PAFA , 1886 January 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Photo Society of Phil. Exhibition at PAFA , 1886 January 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 January 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art Note: Philadelphia Painters and Sculptors at Salmagundi Exhibition , 1886 January 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 January 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Movement to form art club , 1886 January 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ad for Franklin Institute Drawing School , 1886 January 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

F. Gutekunst loses most of 15000 negatives in fire , 1886 January 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Grant Monument , 1886 January 28   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Announcement for English Water Color exhibit , 1886 February 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 February 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

The Fine Arts– Annual meeting and election of officers at PAFA , 1886 February 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

F. Gutekunst –announcement stating business will be continued same as usual , 1886 February 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

The Art Journal , 1886 February 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Unitarian Church – Furness , 1886 February 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

M. Russell's water colors, completed and in progress , 1886 February 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

T. Eakins' resignation , 1886 February 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Eakin's resignation sparks student action , 1886 February 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Grant memorial fund , 1886 February 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 February 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Magazine of Art , 1886 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

McClellan Memorial Fund , 1886 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art Notes – English watercolor exhibition, F.K.M. Rehn's work at Earles, Life Classes at PAFA , 1886 February 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Gutekunst just issued portrait of W.S. Hancock , 1886 February 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 February 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

The Art Journal , 1886 March 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

The Morgan Collection – Lists paintings , 1886 March 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Memorial to Beethoven , 1886 March 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Statue to Hancock , 1886 March 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art Sale – Morgan Collection , 1886 March 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Morgan Art Collection , 1886 March 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Seventeenth reception of Philadelphia Society of Artists; McClellan Monument , 1886 March 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Morgan Art Collection , 1886 March 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

The Fine Arts' – PAFA – paintings added to collection, N.H. Trotters 'The Terror of the Desert', Emily Sartein's Portrait , 1886 March 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

C.F. Haseltine collection sold , 1886 March 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Hilliard commissioned to paint burial place of J.H. Payne , 1886 March 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Morgan Collection , 1886 March 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Artist's reception , 1886 March 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art Notes' – pictures contributed for artist's reception on display at PAFA , 1886 March 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 March 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

F. DeBoney Richards opens special exhibition , 1886 March 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Magazine of Art , 1886 March 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Private Art Collections , 1886 March 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Park Improvement– Fairmount Art Association annual meeting – report on permanent fund , 1886 March 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

McCullough Monument; McClellan Memorial , 1886 March 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Horticultural Hall, Japanese Village , 1886 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Beethoven Memorial Association , 1886 March 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Presentation of portrait to Professor Pancoast (Jefferson Medical College) , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

London– Representation of Indian Jungle , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Mother of Anne Whitney, sculptor, at Watertown , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Aztec Remain – painted pottery , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

A.E. Borie's window deceased , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Illustrations by Joseph Pennell (Century Magazine) , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Inquiry concerning Grant Memorial; Lippincott Sketches by A.W. Rollins , 1886 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Portrait Presentation – Professor Pancoast at Jefferson Medical College , 1886 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

The Barye Bronzes – Caldwell and Co. imported proofs of original models , 1886 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Cyclorama of Battle of Gettysburg; Panorama of Battle at Missionary Ridge , 1886 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Committee on Medals and Plans for memorial to Pastorius expects models from artists , 1886 April 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ornamental Iron Works advertisement , 1886 April 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Art Notes: Ad for James S. Earle & sons; proposed project for technical school in printing; PAFA– probability of being lighted by electricity , 1886 April 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for J.E. Caldwell , 1886 April 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Ad for Japanese Village; Ad for Egyptian Musee , 1886 April 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

F. Scribner in town , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Committee aided members, invite Fairmount Park Association , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ladies Decorative Arts reception announced, Metalwork–student work shown , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art for All' – first issue announced , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Lecture at Philadelphia Photo Society given by Xanthus Smith – use of photo w/ landscape sketching , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Fire – PAFA – Northwest gallery, known damage to 'Bord De Mer' , 1886 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

PAFA fire – list of artwork destroyed , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Architects protest ordinance authorizing erection of bay windows , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

M.E. Hoopes – owns hammered plaque from German nobility mines , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Jacob Reed's Son – installs pane glass; exhibition of church interior at Antwerp , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Rumor concerning Mr. Whistler's art arrangement , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

PAFA – painting lost to fire to be replaced; Cyclorama of Gettysburg, Panorama of Missionary Ridge , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

The Art Age' – illustrations, designs , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Library bill passed by congress , 1886 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Possible repeal of ordinance restricting placement of bay window , 1886 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

No theatrical events to aid in McCullogh Memorial Fund , 1886 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Adolph E. Borie's estate , 1886 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Proposal for Hancock and McClellan memorial sites , 1886 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Washington Library – protect Congressional Library Committee against fine art brigade , 1886 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 April 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Artists of Madagascar represent Old Time as Black , 1886 April 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

McClellan Memorial – executive committee decides on City Hall as site , 1886 April 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Description of Birney Monument , 1886 April 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

The Art Journal , 1886 April 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Prang's Easter Cards , 1886 April 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

The Nude in Art , 1886 April 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Memorial Window to Shakespeare; Drawing exhibited at Earle's Gallery; Janifor at PAFA (fire) , 1886 April 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Bakers California Regiment to erect monument; Satsuma pottery at Japanese Village , 1886 April 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

John Walsh Memorial Fund , 1886 April 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Van Tramp and Levis to Europe, will have sale of work at Am. Art Parlor; Alexander M. Calder near completion of Meade , 1886 April 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Sale of work by Philadelphia Artists , 1886 April 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Magazine of Art , 1886 April 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Philadelphia artists exhibit to sell without intervention of dealers , 1886 April 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Franklin Institute plans for new building , 1886 April 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Sale of paintings by Philadelphia artists , 1886 April 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

J. Welsh memorial to be arch or entrance to Park , 1886 April 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Benjamin Linfoot– architect for clubhouse , 1886 April 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Levis and Van Trumps' paintings on sale , 1886 April 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

New York wants $15,000 more for Statue of Liberty Pedestal , 1886 April 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Model to be chosen for Pastorius memorial statue , 1886 April 28   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

PAFA – Society of Artists propose exhibition of sale of American artworks , 1886 April 30   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Popular Aestheticism reflected in state of the industries , 1886 May 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Hovenden appointed director of Academy , 1886 May 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Unveiling of Hill statue , 1886 May 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Expert amateur photographers – Tatham, Kirkbridge , 1886 May 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ornamental metalwork , 1886 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Gutekunst photo of John Welsh Industrial Art School exhibition 'Education of the Artist'– art in its decadence , 1886 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Thomas B. Craig exhibits at American Art Parlor; (PAFA) appeal made for pictures by Philadelphia Society of Artists to be sold for benefit for Academy , 1886 May 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Prosper L. Senal's etchings received by public , 1886 May 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Art Notes – American artists continue to produce pictures in lower walks of art, Dobson's Invocation of Moses , 1886 May 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

McClellan monument site chosen, fundraising committee appointed , 1886 May 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for exhibition of Thomas B. Craig's painting , 1886 May 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Hovenden assumed duties of principal at Academy; Fairmount Art Association , 1886 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Hancock Fund , 1886 May 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for Centennial Exhibition in aid of Philadelphia Museum , 1886 May 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Battle of Gettysburg – public reaction , 1886 May 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 May 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Appeal to decorate graves of Hancock and McClellan , 1886 May 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Memorial Tea in aid of Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial Arts , 1886 May 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Franklin Institute drawing school closing exercises held , 1886 May 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Franklin Institute drawing school , 1886 May 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Gettysburg memorial bill vetoed , 1886 May 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Franklin Institute Drawing School , 1886 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Panorama Board of Directors adopt proposal to open on Sunday , 1886 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Another monument for Gettysburg , 1886 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Eiffel submits plans for tower – Exhibition in Paris , 1886 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

John Welsh memorial fund , 1886 May 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

James S. Earle & Sons – New Raphael engraving , 1886 May 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Woman expresses intention to give art to Philadelphia Museum , 1886 May 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Granite fountain at intersection of Rittenhouse street and Wissahickon , 1886 May 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

A manual of Greek Archaeology; 'Art for All' , 1886 May 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Graduates of Penn. – Bachelor of Art , 1886 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Second memorial tea at Memorial Hall for museum debt , 1886 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Cincinnati Art Museum opens , 1886 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Sheffield Opera House burns; Russian painter, Colquiet, murdered , 1886 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Davis and Harvey to sell paintings , 1886 May 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Magazine for Art – frontispiece is a drawing for Constable's Hay – Wain , 1886 May 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Monument to be erected for War Minister, Stanton , 1886 May 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Philadelphia Peace Society opposes erection of Hancock and McClellan monuments , 1886 May 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Philadelphia Tower in Virginia , 1886 May 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

McClellan Memorial Association plan lecture , 1886 May 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Painting at PAFA , 1886 May 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Boehm comments on Gladstone , 1886 May 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Hampton Institute's new memorial chapel , 1886 May 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Hampton Institute's new memorial chapel , 1886 May 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

New building for Early and Sons , 1886 May 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Annual exhibition of Spring Garden Institute, Pa. Museum , 1886 May 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

John Welsh Memorial fund, $25,000 in subscriptions received , 1886 May 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Closing exercises of Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial Arts; James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 May 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Artist's Summer Wanderings: Cecilia Beaux, Ida Waugh, Senat, Sword, C. Weber. Herzog , 1886 May 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

The Artist's Manual of Pigments , 1886 May 28   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Catholic sculpture sends bust of Pope to Bismark , 1886 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Tribute to McClellan , 1886 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Clifford Grayson in Europe; Appointments at Penn Charter School , 1886 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Closing exercises for School of Industrial Arts , 1886 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Closing exercises of Spring Garden Institute; School of Industrial Art , 1886 June 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Peace Society protest against military statues at City Hall , 1886 June 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Movement against Panorama of the Battle of Missionary Ridge , 1886 June 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Monument to Massachusetts Fifteenth dedicated , 1886 June 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Panorama – judge fines manager for Sunday opening , 1886 June 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Church of Villa Nova modeled after St. Monica's , 1886 June 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

American Art to be part of American Exhibition in London , 1886 June 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Gustavas Remak elected president of Fairmount Park , 1886 June 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Gustavas Remak oldest member of Park Commission , 1886 June 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Two Monuments dedicated (First and Second Delaware Regiments) , 1886 June 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

The Welsh Concourse , 1886 June 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

University of Penn – examination results , 1886 June 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

A Ruskin Anthology published , 1886 June 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Degrees conferred at Penn. , 1886 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Clarence Moore, amateur photographer; Clifford Grayson returns from Europe , 1886 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Welsh Memorial Fund – Park Commission discusses form , 1886 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Joseph E. Temple's condition critical (art patron) , 1886 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 5

Debate on By–Laws , 1886 June 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

McClellan criticized , 1886 June 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

School of Industrial arts assign scholarships , 1886 June 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Bronze statue of Daniel Webster dedicated , 1886 June 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 8

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Photographer's Convention , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

New art club meets to discuss by–laws , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Commencement of College of N.J. at Princeton – Bachelor of Art conferred , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Franklin Institute reorganizing committee on Art and Sciences , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

American Journal of Photography , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Photographer's Convention , 1886 June 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Last session of Photo's convention , 1886 June 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 4

Recompenses awarded at Paris Salon, Boyle receives Mentione Honorable; Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

The Decay of Art' in New Princeton Review , 1886 June 29   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Park concourse not to be named in honor of J. Welsh , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Calder's model on display; Commencement at Haverford , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

New Amateur camera , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Magazine of Art; Excavations around Sphinx , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Photographer's Convention , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

New art club meets to discuss by–laws , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Commencement at Princeton – Bachelor of Arts conferred , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Franklin Institute reorganizing committee on Art and Sciences , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 2

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 3

American Journal of Photography , 1886 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 7

Photographer's Convention , 1886 June 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p. 1

Last session of Photo's convention , 1886 June 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 114: p.

Two monuments dedicated to Mass. Regiment; The Reynolds Monument , 1886 July 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

William Randell, amateur photo., doing instantaneous views in surgery , 1886 July 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Art Notes: American Exhibition in London; Government report on progress of art education; Rev. Dr. Furness , 1886 July 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Calder's model to be cast in N.Y. , 1886 July 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

The Art Journal , 1886 July 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 6

Professor's appointed at PAFA, Spring Garden Institute , 1886 July 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Stephens Monument Association , 1886 July 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Artistic Photos on display (J.F. Ryder) , 1886 July 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Clifford Grayson to paint American subjects at home , 1886 July 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Franklin Institute Committee on Arts and Sciences defended , 1886 July 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Phoenixville Pottery , 1886 July 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 July 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Grant Memorial fund reaches 14,941.04 , 1886 July 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Henry Kirke Brown, sculptor, dead , 1886 July 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Green Glass Blowers , 1886 July 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

The National Capitol (city plans) , 1886 July 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Bronze Panther erected at Sea Isle , 1886 July 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 July 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Fine Business Structures , 1886 July 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 July 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Fire at N.Y. Architectural Terracotta Co. , 1886 July 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Distribution of medals at Salon , 1886 July 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Magazine of Art – 'Current Art', The Art Journal , 1886 July 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Exhibition building of Franklin Institute rapidly demolished , 1886 July 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

American Exhibition in London , 1886 July 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 July 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Regard for Age is Act , 1886 July 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Portrait of General Oral , 1886 July 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Portraits of G. Washington, Benjamin Moran given to Philadelphia , 1886 July 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Blenheim paintings auctioned , 1886 July 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

Prof. Wilson charged with stealing paintings , 1886 July 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 July 28   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Next Winter's Lecturers – Persian Art , 1886 July 30   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Memorial Window in Church of Centurion , 1886 July 30   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Enlarging Strawbridges & Clothier , 1886 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Mayor receives portraits of Washington and B. Moran , 1886 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Monument to be created by 69th Pa. Regiment , 1886 August 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Monument to be placed over grave of George Lippard , 1886 August 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Artist's lingo– humorous , 1886 August 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Council of Administration of Ass. Of the 71 Penn. Regiment considering designs for monument , 1886 August 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Unveiling monument to Birney Zouaves at Culp's Hill (Gettysburg Pa.) , 1886 August 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Painting of Samuel J. Tilden by Matthew Wilson , 1886 August 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

New Cemetery of the Most Holy Redeemer , 1886 August 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Mrs. Cleveland's photo's on sale , 1886 August 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

McClellan Memorial Association to raise funds w/ lecture , 1886 August 10   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Uptown theatre to be built , 1886 August 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

National Theatre being beautified (10 and Callowhill) , 1886 August 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Nature and Art , 1886 August 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

The Israelites Gathering Manna' by Ercole di Roberto Grandi, hung in the National Gallery in London , 1886 August 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Joseph E. Temple bestows $25,000 gift of PAFA , 1886 August 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Granite columns to replace posts at Church of Annunciation , 1886 August 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Garfield statue to be reduced in height (design altered) , 1886 August 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Ad for Franklin Institute drawing classes , 1886 August 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

George Lippard monument to be unveiled , 1886 August 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

The Magazine for Art , 1886 August 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Death of Joseph E. Temple , 1886 August 30   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

Joseph E. Temple's funeral , 1886 August 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Ad for Philadelphia School of Design for Women , 1886 August 31   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

Minnie Russell moves her studio , 1886 September 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

The Connoisseur (magazine) , 1886 September 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Monument to Senator Anthony , 1886 September 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

One more monument , 1886 September 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Franklin Institute drawing school to open , 1886 September 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Ad for Spring Garden Institute drawing classes; Ad for Philadelphia School of Design for Women , 1886 September 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

American Exhibition in London , 1886 September 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

William Penn's Statue – Alexander Calder comments on how it will appear , 1886 September 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

John Sartain in charge of Art dept. at 1877 American Exhibition in London , 1886 September 17   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Isaac Porter returns from honeymoon , 1886 September 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Sale of art objects , 1886 September 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Sale of art objects imported by Viti brothers , 1886 September 20   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Industrial Art School opens , 1886 September 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

In Memoriam – Gustavus Remak , 1886 September 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Gustavus Remak's Funeral , 1886 September 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Bartholdi: Statue Committee looking for poet to commemorate dedication , 1886 September 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 September 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

American Committee decides on October 28 for inauguration of Liberty , 1886 September 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Connoisseur – article on American art; comments on Joseph Pennell's illustration in magazine – critical , 1886 September 29   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Magazine – The Art Journal , 1886 October 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 October 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

John LaFarge – court gives judgement against him , 1886 October 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Boker succeeds Remak as President of Board of FPA , 1886 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Periodical – The Journal of the Franklin Institute– reports on isochromatic photo , 1886 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Cornerstone of G. Lippard to be laid , 1886 October 5   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

The Art Age , 1886 October 7   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

E.H. Chase, scenic artists, almost shot while riding train , 1886 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

James McNeill Whistler to lecture in states (Philadelphia) , 1886 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Hart Drawing School labor men propose Foster monument , 1886 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

M. Anatole De LaForge refuses to attend dedication of Bartholdi statue , 1886 October 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Grant Monument fund awards premium to three models , 1886 October 11   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Unveiling of G. Lippard Monument , 1886 October 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Garfield monument near completion , 1886 October 14   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

James Earle & Sons , 1886 October 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

The Art Club meets in Colonnade Hotel, discusses by–laws; Oden Horstmann, quoted art critic , 1886 October 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Foster Memorial – arrangements for organization made , 1886 October 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 5

The Magazine for Art , 1886 October 19   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

The Grant Fund , 1886 October 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Bartholdi statue – 200 policemen selected for ceremonies; Schiller statue to be placed in Fairmount Park , 1886 October 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Bartholdi's Liberty , 1886 October 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Schiller monument placed upon pedestal in Park , 1886 October 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Copy of 'Group of the Sabines' , 1886 October 23   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Unveiling of Schiller monument , 1886 October 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Penn and Art Clubs Bartholdi's Liberty– comments by artist , 1886 October 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p.

Reception at New York Academy of Music for French delegation (Liberty's unveiling) , 1886 October 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Liberty , 1886 October 28   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Lectures on Roman Antiquity at Penn , 1886 October 29   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Commentary on Liberty , 1886 October 29   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Liberty's Torch Lighted , 1886 November 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

American Art , 1886 November 3   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Miniature of Asher Marx donated to PAFA , 1886 November 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 November 6   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Treasury Department and Liberty , 1886 November 9   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Collection of antiquities on exhibition at Davis & Harvey , 1886 November 12   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Bartholdi returns to France , 1886 November 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Liberty's Light , 1886 November 16   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 1

Liberty's Torch to be lighted , 1886 November 18   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

American Art , 1886 November 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 November 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 7

School of Design for Young working girls , 1886 November 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

National Museum , 1886 November 26   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

Sharples Portraits on exhibition at PAFA , 1886 December 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Grant monument fund (N.Y.) , 1886 December 1   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Sale of D'Huyvetter Collection – list pictures sold , 1886 December 2   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Munkacsy held an audience with president , 1886 December 4   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 4

Washington Monument , 1886 December 13   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Fairmount Park Art Association – monuments to Meade, Grant, Beethoven , 1886 December 15   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

McClellan Monument – J. Welsh offers $500.00 , 1886 December 21   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

McClellan Monument – J. Welsh offers $500.00 , 1886 December 22   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

Painting by 'Murville' on display on Chestnut, to be sold , 1886 December 24   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

American Exhibition of Arts, Manufacturers, Inventions, Products and Industries , 1886 December 25   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 8

PAFA may provide gallery for works by Phili artists to be exhibited in London , 1886 December 27   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 2

American Art , 1886 December 29   [Box 1 Notebook 1]

Vol. 115: p. 3

Part 2 , 1887 January 1–1887 December 30

PAFA Fifty–seventh annual exhibition , 1887 January 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

New Art Club to make debut before the public, plans for purchasing house , 1887 January 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Munkasy dined by Albert Bierstadt , 1887 January 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Romance of the Academy , 1887 January 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

New Art Club elects officers , 1887 January 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

McClellan Memorial; Space in the American Exhibition , 1887 January 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

PAFA's endowment fund , 1887 January 12   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Industrial Art School , 1887 January 18   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

American Exhibition , 1887 January 18   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Industrial Art School , 1887 January 20   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

The Art Journal , 1887 January 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Michael Munkasy gives dinner in Paris , 1887 January 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Fairmount Park Art Association; painting by David Bechtel on display , 1887 January 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Sharples portrait of Washington on display at Earle's gallery , 1887 February 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Art Club's first reception (PAFA) , 1887 February 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Pennsylvania Museum School – Ladies Associate Committee's reception; PAFA , 1887 February 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Fifty–seventh annual exhibition of PAFA, March 10th; Art Publications , 1887 February 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Christ before Pilate' by Munkacsy , 1887 February 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Christ before Pilate' by Munkacsy , 1887 February 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

F.E. Lummis' picture in Harper's Weekly , 1887 February 12   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

George S. Pepper elected member of PAFA Board of Trustees , 1887 February 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Gettysburg Monument , 1887 February 18   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Lecture at Princeton about art and sculpture excavated , 1887 February 18   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Art Notes'– Spring exhibition at academy, 'sunset' by Thomas B. Craig, C.H. Shearer , 1887 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Clifford Grayson leaves for 18 months stay in Paris , 1887 February 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Garfield Statue , 1887 February 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Gettysburg monument , 1887 February 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

American Art' , 1887 February 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Shearer's Pictures on exhibition at Davis & Harvey; Am. Exhibition in London , 1887 March 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Longfellow Statue Association in Portland , 1887 March 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Photographic Society , 1887 March 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Private showing of paintings to be exhibited at PAFA , 1887 March 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Photographs by George B. Woods exhibited at Earle's gallery , 1887 March 9   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

PAFA Fifty–seventh annual exhibition opens, landscapes and portraits10 March 1887 , 1887 March 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

PAFA Fifty–seventh annual exhibition opens, unveiling of Calhoun monument , 1887 March 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

American Exhibition in London , 1887 March 12   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Award of prizes at PAFA annual exhibition , 1887 March 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

PAFA annual exhibition , 1887 March 15   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

School of Industrial Art Reception , 1887 March 17   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Members of amateur photographer organization , 1887 March 21   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

George Lambdin's Pictures , 1887 March 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Portrait of Dolly Madison by Andrews; Gagliardi engaged to paint portrait of Cardinal Gibbons , 1887 March 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Sale of paintings from three collections (Demas Barnes, h. Brace, G. Waldon Hyatt) , 1887 March 25   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

"Zeisberger preaching to the Indians" to be part of American Exhibition in London , 1887 March 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Princeton's Art Museum , 1887 March 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Amateur Photographers exhibitions , 1887 March 28   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Liberty's light to be improved , 1887 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

G. Lambdin's Pictures , 1887 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Sale of seventy–five paintings of Charles F. Haseltine , 1887 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Sale of Charles F. Haseltine's paintings , 1887 March 31   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Longfellow Memorial; Grant Memorial , 1887 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

The Stewart Collection at American Art Association , 1887 April 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 5

Chair of Drawing , 1887 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1887 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

George Lambdin's pictures to be sold at Davis & Harvey , 1887 April 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Sale of paintings by Lambdin and from estate of F.H. Woodruff , 1887 April 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Art Journal , 1887 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Education in Art (Public Schools) , 1887 April 13   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Ad for Panorama , 1887 April 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 8

Unveiling of Calhoun Monument , 1887 April 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Calhoun in Bronze , 1887 April 27   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Site for statue of Meade , 1887 April 27   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Florentine lions given to Fairmount Park Art Association , 1887 April 28   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Metropolitan Museum of Art , 1887 April 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Paintings presented to Metropolitan , 1887 May 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Metropolitan Museum of Art , 1887 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1887 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Work claimed to be Raphael's put on trial , 1887 May 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Gallery to be built for use by C.F. Haseltine , 1887 May 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Garfield Statue , 1887 May 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 1

Artists' Exhibition – landscape, animal and figure painters exhibit at Davis & Harvey , 1887 May 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Proceeds from play performance to go to Industrial Art School of Penn Museum , 1887 May 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Sedgwick Monument , 1887 May 12   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

American Exhibition compared to side show; Gettysburg Monument Association , 1887 May 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

American Exhibition – At the Art Show , 1887 May 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

The Art Journal , 1887 May 27   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Metropolitan Museum– comments on its importance , 1887 May 31   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Art School Honors – Industrial School at Memorial Hall , 1887 June 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Actor's Monument Memorial Service , 1887 June 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Grant Monument , 1887 June 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 8

Art at La Salle , 1887 June 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Gov. Heister's Portrait , 1887 June 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

John Welsh Memorial , 1887 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Connoisseur , 1887 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 7

Annual reception of Phil. School of Design for Women , 1887 June 17   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

John Welsh Memorial completed , 1887 June 20   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

Monument to McCullough , 1887 June 21   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Day fixed for dedication of Meade Memorial statue , 1887 June 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 3

School of Design for Women , 1887 June 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

John Welsh Memorial , 1887 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

Art in Fairmount Park , 1887 June 23   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Welsh Memorial; School of Design Art Exhibition , 1887 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 2

J. Walsh Memorial , 1887 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

Equestrian Statue of Lee , 1887 June 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 116: p. 4

The Art Journal , 1887 July 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Oil portrait of R.E. Lee by S.T. Shuman , 1887 July 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Rembrandt's etching of Christ healing the sick bought by British Museum , 1887 July 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 8

Meade Memorial , 1887 July 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Fire at Haseltine Art Gallery , 1887 July 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Monuments to Reynolds, Hancock and other heroes , 1887 July 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

1887 July 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p.

Bennington Battle Monuments , 1887 July 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Lee Monument sculptor chosen; Paris accepts copy of Liberty; sculpture for California , 1887 July 20   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Meade Memorial , 1887 July 21   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Washington Monument , 1887 July 23   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Exhibition of historic portraits planned (PAFA) , 1887 August 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Monument to Fritz Reuter to be erected at Jena , 1887 August 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

An American Exhibit in London– Phil. Artists represented , 1887 August 5   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Monumental Fifth Connecticut Regiment; Photographers' Convention in Chicago , 1887 August 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

Meade Statue unveiling , 1887 August 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Monument of Armand Carrel , 1887 August 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Another monument to Gettysburg , 1887 August 13   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Julius Nane receives honorary degree; Philipp Schmitz dies , 1887 August 16   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

John J. Boyle returns from two yr. stay in Europe , 1887 August 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Eighty–Eight's Monument , 1887 August 20   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Portrait of Galileo by Murillo , 1887 August 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Liberty for San Francisco harbor , 1887 August 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

American picture buyers in Europe , 1887 August 27   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Monument to Flemish patriots , 1887 September 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Monument movement , 1887 September 17   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

The National Monument , 1887 September 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Beecher Monument , 1887 September 21   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Gettysburg Monument , 1887 September 23   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

John Welsh Memorial , 1887 September 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 9

Gettysburg Monument , 1887 September 27   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Meade Memorial , 1887 September 28   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Seventy–Seconds monument , 1887 September 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Bartholdi invited to build companion monument for Isthmus of Panama , 1887 October 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

New Art Room at Barley, Banks & Biddle , 1887 October 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

New Art Room at Barley, Banks & Biddle , 1887 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Notes from the Art world– Phil. Artist well represented at expositions in Kansas, Mass., Atlantic City , 1887 October 5   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Photographers Meeting , 1887 October 6   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Gen. Meade Memorial– plans for reception , 1887 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

To dedicate a monument– survivors of fifty–first regiment , 1887 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Meade Monument , 1887 October 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Washington Statue , 1887 October 11   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 5

Equestrian Statue of Washington to be stored , 1887 October 12   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Meade Memorial Dedication , 1887 October 13   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Industrial Art School , 1887 October 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Unveiling of Meade Statue (Oct. 18) , 1887 October 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Art Notes– Sale of Wharton E. Harris' collection , 1887 October 15   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Meade Monument– Unveiling , 1887 October 18   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Meade Unveiling , 1887 October 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

Meade Unveiling , 1887 October 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Meade Memorial , 1887 October 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

The Art Age , 1887 October 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Statue of Lincoln , 1887 October 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Thomas Nast– biographical , 1887 October 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Statue erected by Ninety–seventh regiment , 1887 October 25   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

Statue erected by Ninety–seventh regiment , 1887 October 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

Statue erected by Ninety–seventh regiment , 1887 October 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

The Stone Age by sculptor J. Boyle , 1887 October 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 9

Art and Artists– Stuart portrait donated to PAFA, sculpture class at Penn. Museum , 1887 October 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 12

Notes about Notables: Meissonier shows paralysis in thumb , 1887 November 2   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Sale of modern paintings at Birch's gallery– G. Lantes, Edmund Boker, F.D. Briscoe , 1887 November 3   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Ad of James S. Earle & Sons , 1887 November 5   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Modern School of Art; Art Age , 1887 November 5   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 11

Proposed Monument to Goethe; Another Gettysburg Monument , 1887 November 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Tillie Smith Monument , 1887 November 14   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Statue to Goethe , 1887 November 15   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Thomas Nast comments on N.Y. election , 1887 November 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

The Fine Arts – 56th Annual exhibition (PAFA) , 1887 November 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 9

Erection of Lincoln monument by Backs , 1887 November 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

American Art Exhibition , 1887 November 26   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 4

Gettysburg Monument , 1887 November 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 8

Historic Portraiture exhibition at PAFA– Stuart Washington, Thomas Sully, R. Peale , 1887 December 1   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Phillippe Rosseau dies , 1887 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 1

Miffin Monument , 1887 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Art and Artists'– Boyles 'Stone Age' criticized, Trotter's Above the Timber Line , 1887 December 10   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 12

Art Club and Academy , 1887 December 19   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 3

Paul Philippoteaux visits country for Yorktown centennial , 1887 December 22   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Harper's Weekly , 1887 December 24   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 5

Art Club reception– lists artists whose work hang in new quarters , 1887 December 28   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

Gettysburg Memorial , 1887 December 29   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 2

The Art Age , 1887 December 30   [Box 1 Notebook 2]

Vol. 117: p. 7

Part 3 , 1888 January 1–1889 January 4

Two pictures by Champagne perish in fire at Laval University , 1888 January 1   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 1

Photographic Society– annual exhibition of lantern slides , 1888 January 6   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Annual meeting of Sketch Club– officers elected; The Art Club–lay membership , 1888 January 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Photographic society exhibit works by S. Sartain, G. Vaux, George B. Wood, J.B. Burroughs , 1888 January 12   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

St. Anthony's Temptation , 1888 January 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Fifty–eighth annual exhibition living artists at PAFA , 1888 January 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Metropolitan retains collection of lare , 1888 February 6   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

PAFA annual stockholders meeting– acquisitions (Peale collection), school attendance, deficit , 1888 February 7   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

One–hundred and twenty–first reg. locates site for monument , 1888 February 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 8

Collection imported by Charles Rode on display at Davis & Harvey , 1888 February 13   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Sixty–eight regiment locates site for monument , 1888 February 13   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Alleged Larceny of Etchings , 1888 February 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Fifty–eight annual exhibition of PAFA represents largest collection brought together since centennial , 1888 February 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Dinner at the Art Club , 1888 February 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 8

Thomas Hovenden's 'Their Pride' on display , 1888 February 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Mary Smith prize awarded to Elizabeth F. Bonsall (PAFA) , 1888 February 20   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Fifty–eighth annual exhibition– Philadelphia artists and their works , 1888 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

A gallery for the Art Club , 1888 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

The Art Club , 1888 February 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Academy Exhibition– public attendance , 1888 February 24   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Interior at Etaples' by F.W. Stokes shown at PAFA exhibition , 1888 February 25   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Art Association of Union League holds annual meeting , 1888 February 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Two pictures by G.B. Wood at Earles gallery , 1888 February 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Art lectures at PAFA under auspices of Pennsylvania Museum , 1888 February 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Albert Spencer's collection sold at Chikering Hall , 1888 February 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 8

Painting of Robert Emmet by T. Henry Smith , 1888 March 5   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Monument Commission , 1888 March 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Auction of two estates at Davis & Harvey– paintings by P. Moran, H. Herzog, Lambdin etc. , 1888 March 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 7

Auction of two estates at Davis & Harvey– paintings by P. Moran, H. Herzog, Lambdin etc. , 1888 March 20   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 7

Closing of PAFA spring exhibition announced , 1888 March 21   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Felix O.C. Darley dies– biographical , 1888 March 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Art of Etching– lecture given by Prof J. Mac Alister , 1888 March 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Sale of paintings at Haseltine gallery– K. Daubigny, Boulanger, Weber, etc. , 1888 March 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Sale of paintings at Haseltine gallery– K. Daubigny, Boulanger, Weber, etc. , 1888 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Art sale of work by F. de B Richards, N.H. Trotter, and J.B. Sword at Davis & Harvey , 1888 April 2   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 5

Art Club to break ground for gallery , 1888 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Exhibition of paintings and Sevres on display at Haseltine gallery , 1888 April 12   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Spring exhibition of School of Design for Women , 1888 April 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Sale of paintings from Signor Spirden and from estate of Mrs. H.M. Watts , 1888 April 20   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Soldiers' Monument at Tarr Station, Pa. unveiled , 1888 April 27   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 1

American Water Color Society annual dinner , 1888 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 1

One–hundred and forty–first regiment determines site for monument , 1888 May 5   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 1

Royal Society of British Artists; Artists Duel , 1888 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 1

Art Club reception– guest viewed new paintings , 1888 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Cyclorama of Jerusalem , 1888 May 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Exhibition of paintings by Richards at Earle's Gallery , 1888 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Statue of Robert Burnes cast in Philadelphia , 1888 May 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 3

Confederate Monument's cornerstone laid , 1888 May 26   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Artists and Art school'– PAFA no closing ceremony; Harry R. Poore to show at National Academy; Phil. Artists' new works , 1888 May 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

A statue of his hands– 'Washington Crossing the Delaware' owned by C.W. Huntington , 1888 May 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 7

Unveiling of Statue to Gen Garibaldi in Washington Square , 1888 May 30   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Commencement of Museum and School of Industrial Art held , 1888 June 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Monument Commission approves designs and sites , 1888 June 6   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 4

Philadelphia School of Design for Women hold exhibition– prizes awarded , 1888 June 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

The Amateur Photographer , 1888 June 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 7

John Boyle honored by Century Club , 1888 June 16   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Society of Cincinnati ask court of permission to draw $25,000 to pay for Washington's statue , 1888 June 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Gettysburg Monument of 28th and 147th Regiments , 1888 June 19   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 2

Vanderbilt's Art Purchases , 1888 June 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 118: p. 5

Fairmont Park Art Association given charter to adorn city , 1888 July 2   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Dedication of Monuments at Gettysburg , 1888 July 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

Dedication of Monuments at Gettysburg , 1888 July 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

(Articles from Boston Journal, Art Journal) Statue Free America completed in clay; young American artist, Leslie–Giffin Caudwell , 1888 July 5   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 6

Plans by architect Frank M. Day accepted for new Art Club gallery , 1888 July 11   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Monument to Haymarket victims in Chicago , 1888 July 19   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

Death of Carl Brenner , 1888 July 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Monument to sixty–first Pennsylvania , 1888 July 25   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

Site of monument in question , 1888 July 26   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Paris Exposition– Eiffel Tower , 1888 July 27   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Art Review' , 1888 July 30   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Frank Holl's death– biographical , 1888 August 2   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

Paris Exposition– Eiffel Tower , 1888 August 2   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Amateur Photography– innovations due to amateur photography , 1888 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Costly paintings , 1888 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

Eiffel Tower , 1888 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Alberty Bobbett dead , 1888 August   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

Art Notes , 1888 August 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Statue of Robert Burns– receiving finished touches , 1888 August 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Emily Sartain elected to fill vacancy on school board , 1888 August 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

Free photographic exhibition , 1888 August 30   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Nineteenth Regiment dedicates two monuments , 1888 September 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

Grant Monument (St. Louis) , 1888 September 8   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Ad for Franklin Institute Drawing School , 1888 September 11   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

Ten prize scholarship in the School of Design , 1888 September 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

F.B. Schell's painting of Australian coast , 1888 September 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Lecture of Christ in Art , 1888 September 21   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Bailey, Banks & Biddle Art Room , 1888 September 22   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

Trymby, Hunt & Co.– importation of Art Statuary, Term Cotta , 1888 September 26   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Prof. Hovenden tenders resignation at PAFA , 1888 September 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

PAFA opens tree course , 1888 October 2   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Three regiments dedicate monuments at Gettysburg , 1888 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

Caldwell & Co. create new art galleries , 1888 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Bailey, Banks & Biddle– artistic improvement , 1888 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Harrison portrait versus Cleveland portraits , 1888 October 5   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

27th and 75th regiments dedicate monument at Gettysburg , 1888 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 1

The Art Club– rumor of trouble between House Committee and steward , 1888 October 13   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

French tapestries at Darlington Runk & Co. , 1888 October 13   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

Exhibition of pottery and porcelain at Memorial Hall , 1888 October 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

University Library (Frank Furness) , 1888 October 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Building up the town– plans for fall , 1888 October 16   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Pottery exhibition at memorial hall , 1888 October 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Conrad Weiser's Monument , 1888 October 26   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Portrait of John Thompson by Jessie S. Wilson; Portrait of Frederick Fraley by Ms. Hart Darragh , 1888 October 27   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1888 October 27   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

V. Verestchagin to exhibit in N.Y. , 1888 November 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

V. Verestchagin at American Art Galleries , 1888 November 9   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1888 November 10   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Gettysburg Monument (114th Regiment) , 1888 November 12   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

American pottery exhibition at Memorial Hall viewed by 30,000 , 1888 November 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

R.J. Allen, Son & Co. , 1888 November 15   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Statue of Steward unveiled at Auburn, N.Y. , 1888 November 16   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

Academy of Design's autumn exhibition , 1888 November 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Beecher's statue , 1888 November 22   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

John McCullogh's Monument , 1888 November 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

E.F. de Crano holding studio reception , 1888 November 23   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Dye Painting , 1888 November 24   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 4

McCullough Monument , 1888 November 28   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Meeting of Art Club , 1888 November 29   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Fine Arts'– Art Club exhibition of works by Phil. Artists , 1888 December 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Sale of decorative art M. Thomas & Sons– enameling on porcelain by M. Deforge , 1888 December 5   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Art Association of Masonic Temples , 1888 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

Art Age , 1888 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Hope Presbyterian Church , 1888 December 10   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Bronze group of lioness and cubs to be moved from Fairmont park after frightening horses , 1888 December 10   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 3

McClellan Monument , 1888 December 12   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Ceramic Art , 1888 December 14   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Death of Art Collector , 1888 December 17   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

School of Industrial Art , 1888 December 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1888 December 18   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

Metropolitan Art Museum , 1888 December 19   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1888 December 24   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 5

New building of German Society , 1888 December 27   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 119: p. 8

Artistic Masonry , 1889 January 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 120: p. 2

The Grant Monument , 1889 January 3   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Masonic Art Association , 1889 January 4   [Box 1 Notebook 3]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Part 4 , 1889 January 5–1889 December 31

Art Club meeting , 1889 January 5   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

A Michigan Monument , 1889 January 5   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Statue to Washington– Talleyrand recommended statue to Washington , 1889 January 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 January 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

Whistler– humorous , 1889 January 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Location monument to Bloody Angle , 1889 January 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Statue to B. Franklin; McClellan monument , 1889 January 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons, J.E. Millais' 'Over the Hills and Far Away , 1889 January 21   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

Memorial Window at St. Peter's Church , 1889 January 23   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

Haseltine's Art galleries– formal opening of new galleries consisted of painting shown at Salon , 1889 January 23   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

59th Annual exhibition of PAFA– American Artists , 1889 January 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Gettysburg Monument , 1889 January 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

New Medic– Chirurgical College Building , 1889 January 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Paintings by Hermann Herzog on display at Davis & Harvey , 1889 February 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

James R. Lambdin dead , 1889 February 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Proposed statue to Daniel Thomas in question , 1889 February 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Haseltine's Art Galleries , 1889 February 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

High Art– Sale of James H. Stebbins collection, Meissonier, Jean L. Gerome , 1889 February 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Industrial Art School , 1889 February 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Annual entertainment in behalf of Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art , 1889 February 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Portrait of Dr. George N. Eckert , 1889 March 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Picture by Rosa Bonheur in Stebbins collection is actually a photograph , 1889 March 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Inquirer's new home , 1889 March 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Meade Post to decorate Lincoln monument and Meade statue , 1889 March 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Art club's New House; PAFA free admission due to Joseph E. Temple's endowment presents problem , 1889 March 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

Ad for James S. Earle and Sons , 1889 March 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Designs for Grant Monument (N.Y.) , 1889 March 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Philadelphia Artists participating in Paris Exposition , 1889 March 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Priestley Monument , 1889 March 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 6

New Park Theatre , 1889 March 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Henry Chapin dead , 1889 March 11   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

McClellan Monument , 1889 March 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Sloan? , 1889 March 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Tablet to Priestly (Monument dedication) , 1889 March 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle a& Sons , 1889 March 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Thomas Nast becomes regular cartoonist on San Francisco Examiner , 1889 March 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Animated pictures of Greek life at School of Industrial Art , 1889 March 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Art Students Univ. formed , 1889 March 21   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Chat about the Fine Arts'– PAFA 59th exhibition disappointing, Charles Linford, Nat. Academy's Spring Exhibition , 1889 March 22   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

J. Wanamaker loans Manckazy's 'Christ Before Pilate' to Paris Exposition , 1889 March 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons– Water colors by P. Toft on display , 1889 March 27   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Paintings thought to be by the old masters , 1889 March 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Amateur Photographers– Third Annual joint exhibition of photo (PAFA) Alfred Stiglitz , 1889 March 30   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Art Industry Exhibit , 1889 April 4   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Committee of Arrangements of the Joint Exhibition of Photographs , 1889 April 5   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

Sargent's portrait of Ellen Terry , 1889 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

National Academy Notes and Illustrated Catalogue , 1889 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

Third Annual exhibition of photographers opens , 1889 April 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

School of Industrial Art reception , 1889 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Third Annual exhibition of photographers– lists artists and works , 1889 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

Lectures of Greek Art , 1889 April 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Designs for monument to Grant (N.Y.); Photos of W. Pepper, Pancoast, Leidy, Agnew , 1889 April 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Opening of new club house on Walnut , 1889 April 11   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

S. Jerome Uhl at work on portrait of Cleveland , 1889 April 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Ann O'Deilia, spook picture artist, missing , 1889 April 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Exhibition of Loan portraits and relics part of Washington Centennial celebration , 1889 April 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Drawing in the Public School , 1889 April 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 April 22   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Talk of changing interior style of second Pres. Church, Germantown , 1889 April 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

Gettysburg Monument , 1889 April 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Verestchagin Exhibition , 1889 April 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Franklin Institute of Drawing , 1889 April 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Personal Notes'– J. Eicheltz touches up portrait of Washington , 1889 May 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Exhibition of Works by Verestchagin at National Academy of Design (Paintings listed) , 1889 May 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Albany monument to President Arthur approaching completion , 1889 May 4   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

John Bright to have bronze monument at Rochedale , 1889 May 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Centennial exposition opens in Paris; Women discuss the nude in art , 1889 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Centennial exposition in Paris (continued from 1) , 1889 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Use of photographs growing due to the fashion , 1889 May 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Paris Exposition , 1889 May 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 1

Bronzes displayed at J.E. Caldwell , 1889 May 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 May 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

What the Paris Expo. Shows , 1889 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Gen. McClellan's Monument , 1889 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 6

Washington Monument , 1889 May 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

Contract to Alexander Doyle for sculpture of Horace Greeley , 1889 May 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Monument to H. Greeley; Monuments to German soldiers dedicated in Charleston , 1889 May 17   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Newmann's Art store , 1889 May 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Monument to McCandless , 1889 May 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 7

Artists of Centennial; Mosaic window at Yale Library , 1889 May 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

H.R. Poore takes sketching trip to N.Y. , 1889 May 27   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

The School of Industrial Art of great interest to manufacturing world , 1889 June 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 3

Mrs. Wanamaker's life in Paris– mentions Baron Adolphe de Rothschild, art collector , 1889 June 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Personal Notes'– Emily Sartain sails for Paris to study French industrial art , 1889 June 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Women in Art– School of Design for women closing , 1889 June 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Monument to President Arthur unveiled in Albany , 1889 June 17   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Monument Commission's work , 1889 June 22   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 2

Thomas Nast on Pacific coast , 1889 June 22   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Eiffel Tower Dinner , 1889 June 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

School of Design elects for directors , 1889 June 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 5

James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 June 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Statue of Gallaudet unveiled , 1889 June 27   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 June 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 120: p. 8

Sculptor, Chauncey B. Ives praised by London critics , 1889 July 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Millet's 'Angelus' , 1889 July 5   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

John Mulvaney's painting in Irish American Club , 1889 July 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 6

Eiffel Tower , 1889 July 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Building for Columbia Club (Broad and Oxford) , 1889 July 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Monument to Roscoe Conkling , 1889 July 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Art Gallery for White House , 1889 July 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Historic structure doomed , 1889 July 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Gettysburg Memorial Association makes appeal for Memorial Hall , 1889 July 30   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Monument inspection , 1889 July 31   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Monument at Plymouth to be dedicated , 1889 August 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

National Monument dedicated at Plymouth , 1889 August 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Meissonier's 'The Angelus' , 1889 August 3   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Portrait of John Gilbert by William Edgar Marshall , 1889 August 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Eighty–Eight's Monument , 1889 August 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Monument to John Brown , 1889 August 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Gutekunst applies for wallspace at the exposition of '92 in New York , 1889 August 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

New convent attached to St. Edward's Parrish Monument of survivors of German Regiments , 1889 August 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 8

Monument to soldiers and sailors of Indiana , 1889 August 23   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Fourth Reformed Pres. Church to be erected at 19th and Katharine , 1889 August 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Monument to Roscoe Conkling has mistake , 1889 August 27   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Gettysburg Monument (106th reg.) , 1889 August 30   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Nineteenth Reg. to dedicate two monuments at Gettysburg , 1889 August 30   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Seventy–second regiment protests site at Gettysburg , 1889 September 3   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Cornerstone of Evang. Lutheran Church of the Trinity , 1889 September 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

New Art Club building , 1889 September 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Gettysburg Monuments shown , 1889 September 11   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 9, 10, 11

Painting by Benjamin Lingle , 1889 September 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Transferring Monuments to Battlefield Association (Gettysburg) , 1889 September 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Humorous sketch about sculpture , 1889 September 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Memorial Hall at Gettysburg , 1889 September 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Board of Ed. Sends names for scholarship to School of Design for Women , 1889 September 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Contest over a Monument (72nd Reg.) , 1889 September 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Statue of Grant unveiled (Fort Levenworth) , 1889 September 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Cifford Grayson to return from Europe , 1889 September 17   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Monument to M.R. McClellan to be unveiled , 1889 September 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Four Monuments Dedicated at Gettysburg , 1889 September 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Monument to McClellan , 1889 September 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Equestrial statue of Lee , 1889 September 21   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Industrial Art Work , 1889 September 23   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 7

Seventy–second's monument , 1889 September 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Personal Notes' statue of Louisa M. Alcott at Concord; Ezekial , 1889 September 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

School on design opens , 1889 September 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Bronze statue of Gen. George J. Stannard , 1889 September 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

New Calvary Church (Conshohocken); Henry Inman's portrait of Bishop White , 1889 September 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Monument to Carl Ross advocated in London , 1889 September 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

St. James Protestant Episcopal Church Guild house , 1889 September 27   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Catholic home for the aged; New Fire Hose House to be erected at Glouchester , 1889 September 28   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Dedication of Columbia Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church , 1889 September 30   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Statues displayed at Bailey Banks & Biddle and J.E. Caldwells , 1889 October 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Grant Memorial Design (commentary) , 1889 October 3   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Maine celebrates Gettysburg monuments , 1889 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Beethoven Memorial Association , 1889 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Henry R. Poore back from sketching trip , 1889 October 4   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Statue of Wilkie Collins (Westminster Abbey); Portrait of George Eliot , 1889 October 5   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

N.Y. Reg. dedicates monuments at Gettysburg , 1889 October 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Exhibition of American artwork (glass and pottery) at Memorial Hall , 1889 October 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Designs for Grant Monument (N.Y.) , 1889 October 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Seventy–second's monument , 1889 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Art Exhibition (glass and pottery) , 1889 October 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Art Exhibition (glass and pottery) (opening) , 1889 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Grant Monument Committee lacks funds , 1889 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Vermonter's monuments at Gettysburg , 1889 October 9   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Armory Building to be built for Keystone Battery A of National Guard , 1889 October 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Vermonter's monuments to be dedicated , 1889 October 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

New hotel planned for 22nd and Chestnut , 1889 October 10   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Pottery Exhibit at Memorial Hall taking shape , 1889 October 11   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

New York Reg (121st) dedicate monument , 1889 October 11   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Unveiling of Lee's Statue (Richmond) , 1889 October 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Bingham House to be enlarged , 1889 October 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Roman Catholic Church of St. John at Manayunk , 1889 October 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 10

Statue of La Salle (Chicago) , 1889 October 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Gen. Collins commenting on Grant Monument , 1889 October 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

J.F. Millet's Angelus arrives in N.Y., purchased by Am. Art Assoc. , 1889 October 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Seventy–seventh reg. to dedicate monument at Gettysburg , 1889 October 17   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Two Connecticut Monuments at Gettysburg , 1889 October 23   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Bust of Chief Justice Waits by McDonald , 1889 October 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Award of prises at Memorial Hall exhibition of pottery and glass , 1889 October 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Hartrant's Monument , 1889 October 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Statue of newsboy in N.Y.; Ad. For James S. Earle & Sons , 1889 October 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 9

Monument to Caesar Rodney , 1889 October 31   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle and Sons , 1889 October 31   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 8

Popularity of Japanese Art , 1889 November 2   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

St Lucas German Reformed Church , 1889 November 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

St. Marlins at Oak Lake , 1889 November 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Gustav Freytag's Picture of Emperor Frederick , 1889 November 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Art Student's Union – Opens class rooms to inspections , 1889 November 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Prizes for Exhibition at Memorial Hall (glass and Pottery) , 1889 November 13   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 6

Protestant Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd , 1889 November 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Symbolic Painting at Capital at Stand–still , 1889 November 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 9

Photograph and True Art ( Washington Post) , 1889 November 18   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Millet Vs. Rembrandt (Angelus overpriced according to Stephen Bourgeois) , 1889 November 18    [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 8

American Exhibition of Industrial Art Ends (Final Prizes Awarded) , 1889 November 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 6

J. Harry Beard Dies , 1889 November 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Inspection of Gettysburg Monument , 1889 November 21   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Holland Memorial Presbyterian Church (Broad and Federal) , 1889 November 21   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

T Square Club Wins Hinkle Award (Architectural Club) , 1889 November 28   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

European Paintings on Display for Sale , 1889 November 28   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

Drawing by H.R. Poore , 1889 November 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Gettysburg Monuments Accepted (28th, 99th, 142nd Regs) , 1889 December 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Interviews with B. Constant and A. Barthold , 1889 December 1   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 12

Monongahela House Destroyed by Fire (Pittsburgh Hotel) , 1889 December 6   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

American Artists, J Sargent, A. Harrison, R. Knight appointed Chevaliers of the Legion of Honor , 1889 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Apartment House on Eleventh and Pine , 1889 December 7   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 9

Opening of Art Club's New House , 1889 December 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Art Club in Philadelphia , 1889 December 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Life of a Model – Those who pass for Philadelphia artists , 1889 December 8   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 12

National Monument for Fairmont Park; Lecture on Art in Egypt , 1889 December 12   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Monument to Davis discussed by Southern Press Monuments Association , 1889 December 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Xylographic Club Exhibits at Sketch Club , 1889 December 14   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Designs for Titles for Sketch Club Fireplace , 1889 December 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Barye Exhibit in New York too Crowded , 1889 December 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Architecture in America , 1889 December 15   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 11

Soldier' Monument at Williamsport , 1889 December 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Wood Engravers of Philadelphia Not Fully Appreciated , 1889 December 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Charles F. Haseltine Taken to Court , 1889 December 16   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

High Art in Pottery , 1889 December 17   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

New Art Club Galleries; Great Monument , 1889 December 19   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Art Dealers in N.Y. complain to Sec. Windom about Collectors at Port of N.Y. , 1889 December 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Bad Statue of Beecher , 1889 December 20   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Successful Art Club Exhibition Reflects Phil. Appreciation of Artists , 1889 December 22   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Bartholdi's Studio Visited (Models of Library and Lafayette Described) , 1889 December 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 2

Centennial Monument for Fairmount Park , 1889 December 24   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

The Popularity of Angelus Sparks Interest in Origin of Name , 1889 December 25   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Atlanta Raises Funds for Monuments to H.W. Grady , 1889 December 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 1

Robert Purvis Tells History of " Singue, The Hero of the Amistad" by Nathanial Joclyn , 1889 December 26   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 3

Vanderbilts Gift to J.P. Morgan , 1889 December 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 5

St. Pauls Reformed Episcopal Church , 1889 December 29   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 6

Artists are in Favor of Abolishing Tariff; Salon Dispute over Exposition , 1889 December 31   [Box 1 Notebook 4]

Vol. 121: p. 4

Part 5 , 1890 January 1–1890 December 31

Art Club Dinner , 1890 January 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

St. Thomas Protestant Episcopal Church , 1890 January 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Organization of the American Fine Arts Society , 1890 January 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Lawyer William M. Landsdale honored by Sketch Club , 1890 January 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Scene painting , 1890 January 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Boston Merchant's Association contribute $3000 to Grady Monument fund , 1890 January 7   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Guiseppe Cerreat found dead in studio , 1890 January 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

13 original states endorse erection of national memorial , 1890 January 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Princeton receives Trumball collection , 1890 January 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Illustrations by Howard Pyle; PAFA prepares for 60th annual exhibition (Jan. 30) , 1890 January 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

N.Y. Ledger first appears January 9, 1890

Tribute to J. MacArthur, architect , 1890 January 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

House committee's efforts to secure site for world's fair; Statue of Columbus , 1890 January 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Military Parks (Chattanooga, Chicamauga) , 1890 January 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Art Club elects officers , 1890 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

C. Vanderbilt's purchase (Turner's on the great canal, Venice) , 1890 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Contest for place of World's fair , 1890 January 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Garfield Statue – marble statue to enter N.Y. free of tariff , 1890 January 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Lee Monument in need of funds , 1890 January 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Art Club to sponsor lectures on 'Art Influences and Education' , 1890 January 18   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Dolph offers resolution on Memorial Hall for capitol , 1890 January 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Angelus arrives in Chicago; Academy's Annual exhibition , 1890 January 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Hartranft Monument Committee , 1890 January 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Edward H. Coates lectures on PAFA for Art Club lecture series , 1890 January 25   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Two salons in Paris to open exhibit , 1890 January 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Gen. H. Knox Monument– House Committee on Library authorizes favorable report on bill providing for Gen. H. Knox monument , 1890 January 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Tammany Aids Grady Monument , 1890 January 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Assyrians in Art , 1890 January 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

PAFA's sixtieth Annual Exhibition to open , 1890 January 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Proposal for Lincoln Monument at Gettysburg; PAFA sixtieth exhibition – comments on show , 1890 January 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Opening day of PAFA exhibit– large audience , 1890 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Model of Centennial Building , 1890 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Angelus in Chicago , 1890 February 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Lincoln Monument at Gettysburg , 1890 February 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Professor Fetter's Portrait , 1890 February 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Monument to Victor Noir , 1890 February 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

PAFA elects officers, accepts bust of J. Sartain , 1890 February 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Centennial Memorial Edifice , 1890 February 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Twenty–sixth Penn. Emergency makes plea for monument , 1890 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Appropriation made for erection of monuments aid tablets at Gettysburg , 1890 February 18   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

New Bank Building at Broad and Ridge Avenue , 1890 February 18   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Picture belonging to W. Collins sold at Christies' , 1890 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Portrait of James Belger , 1890 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Models for Hartranft Statue submitted , 1890 February 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Grant Memorial Fund– premiums awarded to those whose designs were selected , 1890 February 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Emily Sartain lectures at Art Club , 1890 February 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Emily Sartain lectures at Art Club , 1890 February 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Hartraft monument – committee's task to select design , 1890 February 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Centennial Monument– editorial , 1890 February 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

National Memorial proposal receives support , 1890 February 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Works by native and foreign artists on display at Davis & Harvey (Paris Salon 1889) , 1890 February 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Furness, Evans & Co. send sarcastic letter to Master Builder's Exchange , 1890 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Humorous– M. Millack's 'The Angleworms' , 1890 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Furness, Evans & Co. (Williamson School Bid) , 1890 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Washington Monument– Park Commission gives permission for erection of monument, planned appearance , 1890 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Trouble over nude picture'– McComb divorce case , 1890 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Hartranft Memorial– commission selects design , 1890 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Gossip of London Wedgewood of Cox collection to be sold at Christies , 1890 March 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Auction of Charles Rude Collection (Davis & Harvey's) , 1890 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Philip H. Welch Memorial Fund , 1890 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Crayon portraits of Sen. Quay , 1890 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Grant Memorial Fund , 1890 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Old Penn Monument , 1890 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Art in the Park– Lecture on Fairmount Park Art Association , 1890 March 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Edwin A. Abbey, J. Sartain honored by Art Club (lists of those present) , 1890 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Monument to Ann D. Carter , 1890 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Willie Rushton's collection of etchings and art work sold (cousins, Laguillermie) , 1890 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Fairmount Park Art Association– listing of members of F.P.A.A. city branch , 1890 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

The Photo. Society of Philadelphia– exhibit of lantern slides , 1890 March 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Harry R. Poore invited to exhibit at Am. Art Galleries along w/ Clever others , 1890 March 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Centennial Model , 1890 March 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Under Bartholdi's Statue– Bedloe Island , 1890 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Plaster Model of Equestrian statue 'the Lion Fighter' to be displayed at Mem. Hall , 1890 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Sale of Good Imported for Exhibition'– free importation questioned , 1890 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

William M. Chase's works exhibited at Earle's gallery– principally portraits , 1890 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

To Preserve Jeff Davis Mansion' , 1890 March 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 10

Sigfried's Church; Goethe Statue , 1890 March 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Davis & Harvey exhibit of furniture and articles of decoration , 1890 March 17   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Search for suitable place for Model of Centennial Building , 1890 March 18   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Ad for J. S. Earle & Sons , 1890 March 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Why American Art Languishes'; 'Women Artists in France'; 'An Artist in his way' , 1890 March 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Art Club said to have many visitors , 1890 March 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Art Club displays architectural drawings, interior decorations , 1890 March 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Works to be shown in Detroit , 1890 March 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Tariff on Works of Art , 1890 March 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

The Picturesque in America , 1890 March 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Pres Harrison recommends discrim. Tariff be removed , 1890 April 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Sketches by Abbey and Parsons on display , 1890 April 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

New School at Doylestown , 1890 April 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Penn. Museum and School of Industrial Art reception , 1890 April 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1890 April 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Wattin– Eiffel Tower , 1890 April 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Third Pennsylvania Calvary Monument , 1890 April 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Monument to Girard (Stephen Girard) , 1890 April 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Victoria Hotel , 1890 April 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Humorous , 1890 April 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Hotels in Atlantic City– Waverly, The Florida , 1890 April 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 12

Ad for Earle's gallery , 1890 April 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Davis & Harvey exhibit of modern paintings (Am. And Eu.) , 1890 April 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Amateur photographer , 1890 April 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Meade portrait by H. Smith and West Point , 1890 April 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Gilbert's Photographs Ad , 1890 April 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Portrait of Angelina Van Buren , 1890 April 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Hotels in Atlantic City , 1890 April 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 12

American Art Schools– exhibit of student works in Minneapolis (Phila. Represented) , 1890 April 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Univ. Church of the Messiah , 1890 April 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Academy of Natural Sciences (bldg.) , 1890 April 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Earle's gallery ad for painting restoration , 1890 April 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Lee Monument dedication , 1890 April 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Walsh's store , 1890 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Patronize local Art– commentary; Art Club– exhibition of works of local artists Balsh, DeCrano, Trotter, Ferris, M. Ramsey , 1890 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Fine Arts Exhibition– Royal Academy exhibits what critics call mediocre , 1890 May 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Water–color exhibition at JE Caldwell , 1890 May 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

The Nude in Art– St. Gaudens presents nude model to mixed class (commentary) , 1890 May 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

The Grant Monument– design competition , 1890 May 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Whistler etchings destroyed in fire (residence) , 1890 May 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Carnegie's Art Galley– $50,000 towards work of Am. Art /yr , 1890 May 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Auction of 120 works to be held– Constant, Corot, Turner, DeBeaumont etc. , 1890 May 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Bertha von Hillern and Emma Howard Wright building college in VA , 1890 May 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

City's Architects meet with builders , 1890 May 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Jottings About the City – George B. Wood to give lantern exhibition , 1890 May 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Exhibition of student work (Public Industrial School) , 1890 May 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

Hotel Metropole , 1890 May 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

Lee Equestrian Statue unveiled (Va.) , 1890 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Exhibition at Ogontz Seminary , 1890 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Garfield Memorial dedicated , 1890 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Grant's Monument Missing , 1890 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Now YMCA Hall , 1890 June 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

School of Industrial Art closing ceremonies , 1890 June 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 6

Peace Society asked that McClellan Monument not be erected at City Hall site , 1890 June 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2

John B. Moran, scenic painter , 1890 June 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Sale of paintings by R. Peale, Stuart, and others , 1890 June 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 7

Ad for James S. Earle exhibition , 1890 June 7   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 8

Monument to William Denning – design agreed upon , 1890 June 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Hotels at Cape May Point , 1890 June 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 2, 3, 4

Quarrel over location of 111th NY regiment's monument , 1890 June 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Camera Craze , 1890 June 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 4

Mansion house (Atlantic City hotel) , 1890 June 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 11, 12

Photographs of Lightning , 1890 June 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

H.R. Poore to participate in census (sketching) , 1890 June 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 3

PAFA to issue pamphlet on admission , 1890 June 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 5

Chicago's Masonic Temple , 1890 June 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 11

Bedford's monument , 1890 June 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 122: p. 1

Dedication of Hendricks Monument (Indianapolis) , 1890 July 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

John Warton, painter, drowned , 1890 July 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Portrait of R. Vaux by Root , 1890 July 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Monument to lifeboat at South Shields , 1890 July 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Portrait of Washington by G. Stuart owned by Lord Roseberry (Landsdowne Portrait) , 1890 July 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 11

Royalist Dukes Pictures – Chromo lithographs of Duc D'Orleans , 1890 July 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Our New Architecture'– Revival of the Roman Arch Phil. Architecture , 1890 July 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1890 July 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Model of J. MacArthur memorial described , 1890 July 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1890 August 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Bat loose in Art Club , 1890 August 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Photographers' Association of America meets, building proposed , 1890 August 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Gen. Logan, Gen. Sheridan, Gen. Grant monuments , 1890 August 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Photo. Ass. Of America to investigate price cuts , 1890 August 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Emily Sartain travels to Italy w/ J. Sartain to study , 1890 August 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

John Ruskin attempts suicide , 1890 August 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Monument to Charles Evans (Reading) , 1890 August 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Henry Smith tells anecdote of H. Greeley , 1890 August 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Corner–stone Laying First Cong. Church in Germantown , 1890 August 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Illustration of newspapers– processes described , 1890 August 25   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Smith Granite Co. contracted for Penn. Reserve Monuments , 1890 August 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Builders are busy , 1890 August 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 7

Art loss during shipment , 1890 August 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Minerva Parker, Phil. Architect, designs Queen Isabella Pavilion , 1890 August 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

French Art and American Pork – duty on art , 1890 August 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Use of Feminine Photographs , 1890 August 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 11

Monument to Joel Parker , 1890 September 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Third Cavalry Monument , 1890 September 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Corner–stone laid (Cath. Church at St. Easton) , 1890 September 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Grant Monument Designs , 1890 September 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Picture Gallery of A. Dumas , 1890 September 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 11

NY's Paper Monument' – Grant , 1890 September 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Philadelphia Monument – Charter for Phil. Monument Ass. , 1890 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Mr. Childs and the Shakespeare Memorial , 1890 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Park Improvements– Mem. Hall, Centennial Building , 1890 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Bronze Memorial to Horace Greeley unveiled , 1890 September 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

H. Greeley's statue (commentary) , 1890 September 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Venus of Milo– Speculations on arm companion piece , 1890 September 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

Birds and the Bartholdi Statue , 1890 September 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

"Gossip of the Day" Sculptors Work Commented on (Humorous) , 1890 September 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

"Elks Unveil a Monument" , 1890 September 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

W.A. Shades Dies – Brief Bio. Frederick Villiers, War Artist , to Tour Town , 1890 October 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Art Club Exhibition , 1890 October 5   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Seventy– Second's Monument Case , 1890 October 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

Roman Catholic Church of our Lady Dedicated , 1890 October 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Polish Catholic Church in Wilmington (Cornerstone Laid) , 1890 October 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Applicants for Free Night School for Artisans , 1890 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

Art Club Exhibits Philadelphia Artists , 1890 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Art Club Exhibits Philadelphia Artists– Sketches by J. Waugh from Trip to Europe–Bougereau , 1890 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

New Theater to Loe Built on Girard Ave. , 1890 October 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 7

Three Philadelphia Artists– Portraits of American Patriots , 1890 October 11   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

John F. Betz Building at S. Penn Square and Broad Street; Cornerstone of Parish Laid , 1890 October 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Design for Chester's New Public Building , 1890 October 17   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Nicoli's "Whats the truth in Berlin" , 1890 October 20   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Hahnemann Opened , 1890 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Disappearance of Painting by M. Prim Explained , 1890 October 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

"An Artist's Ill Luck" , 1890 October 23   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Duties on Art: Robert Garett's "Duchess of Cruye" By Reubens Taken Out of Customs House , 1890 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Architects on Their Dignity , 1890 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Kodak and Camera , 1890 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 9

"Music an Art" Sculpture Exhibition at Art Club , 1890 October 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Auditorium Hall to be erected at Penn. , 1890 October 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Appeal Made Regarding Daily Paid On Reubens " Duchess of Cruye" , 1890 October 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Photo's by H.P. Robinson on Display at Phot. From Boston C. Club , 1890 October 28   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Instantaneous Photography , 1890 October 29   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Art Sale at Paris Harvey's (Paintings) , 1890 October 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Monument to Temperance to be Erected in Chicago (French Gothic) , 1890 November 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture at Art Club– St. Gaudens, Wm. Chase, J.L. Sargent, J. Carol Beck with, F.J. Wang and Other , 1890 November 2   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 7

Bethany M.E. Church – Thomas Lonsdal, Architect, , 1890 November 3   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Hornace Vernet on Train with Admirers (Humorous) , 1890 November 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Water–Color Artists (N.Y. W–C Society Exhibition) , 1890 November 8   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Lack of Art Patronage in Philadelphia (Commentary) , 1890 November 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

N.Y. Water–Color Club Opens Exhibit a American Art Gallery (Works Illustrated) , 1890 November 9   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 12

Water Colored Illustrated , 1890 November 10   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Lecture on Hegel (Philosopher) of Art Club , 1890 November 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Library at City Hall (Architect Ord) , 1890 November 13   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

M.E. Church at Wayne , 1890 November 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Unveiling of Jeanne D'Arc Statue of Fairmount Park , 1890 November 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Model for Group at Feet of W. Penn Posing for Calder , 1890 November 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Death of John Lewis Brown , 1890 November 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Monument to T.H. Burrowers– Penn. Does Not Recognize Her Own (Commentary) , 1890 November 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Jeanne D'Arc Statue Unveiling , 1890 November 16   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

French and German Paintings Exhibited– Beauguesnes, Hodzierskys, Brissot, Kraus , 1890 November 19   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 5

Sketch Club Celebrates 30th Anniversary– H.R. Poore–Pres. , 1890 November 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Military Order of Loyal Legion Discuss Meade Memorial at Gettysburg , 1890 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Monument to Higbee , 1890 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

Commentary on Monument to Meade and Eight Corps Commanders (Gettysburg) , 1890 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Meade Statue (Gettysburg) , 1890 November 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

J. Sartain's Birthday Honored– Brief Bio , 1890 November 27   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

"The Angelus" By Millet on Display at Earle's , 1890 November 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

European Paintings on Exhibit at Ellis & Shaw: Anethen, S. Frangiamori, Milne Ramsey, Gabrin , 1890 November 30   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Christmas Book by Artist Fund Society – Reproductions By Phil Artists , 1890 December 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

The Angelus , 1890 December 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Ad for Angelus , 1890 December 1   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Sculptor, Lant Thompson, Commited–Brief Bio , 1890 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Angelus to be Shipped to Paris After Percentory Order , 1890 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 8

Student Work Exhibited (Pupils of Boilean) , 1890 December 6   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

H. Kelley Donates $500,000 for National Gallery , 1890 December 12   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 1

Bronze of William Penn Being Cast at Tacony works , 1890 December 14   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 12

Sale of Spanish Artwork at Davis and Harvey , 1890 December 15   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

FPAA's Annual Meeting , Plaster Casts of "Lion Fighter", "Amazon", "Lion Stung By Serpent" , 1890 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 6

Something About Ancient Art and the art of Bookmaking , 1890 December 21   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 10

Methodist Memorial Hospital in First Step of Completion , 1890 December 24   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 3

The Horniman Museum ( Deluich, South London ) , 1890 December 25   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Reception at Art Club , 1890 December 25   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 4

Monument to H Cortez Unveiled in Spain , 1890 December 26   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Sophomore Dance at Art Club , 1890 December 31   [Box 2 Notebook 5]

Vol. 123: p. 2

Part 6 , 1891 January 1–1891 December 31

Art Quarrel between Bougereau, Meissonier's Grant Tomb design , 1891 January 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

John Cranch, portrait painter, dies , 1891 January 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Art Club's development over four years , 1891 January 11   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Women's monument to Gen. F.E. Spinner , 1891 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

New Surgical wards for Pres. Hospital, 39th and Powelton , 1891 January 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Photographing from a Kite , 1891 January 18   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Angelus 'safe at home'; Alfred D. Rothschild purchases portrait , 1891 January 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Design of 'Liberty Raising the World' , 1891 January 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 3

M. Eiffel attempts to become legislator , 1891 January 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Decorative Arts Exhibition , 1891 January 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Sheppard Memorial Bldg. dedicated , 1891 January 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Meissonier seriously ill , 1891 January 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Art Club's Annual Exhibition , 1891 January 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Five Bldgs in Chicago in connection w/ World's Fair , 1891 January 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

PAFA American Art Exhibition; Art Club's exhibition, William Rush , 1891 January 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Ad for PAFA Exhibition , 1891 January 28   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

PAFA Exhibition , 1891 January 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Bougereau's 'The Return of Spring' ruined when Art bldg. collapsed , 1891 January 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Calder completes bust of John McArthur , 1891 January 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Meissonier's Death– Commentary Meissonier's Death– Bio , 1891 February 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

PAFA Annual meeting of stockholders , 1891 February 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 3

Meissonier's Funeral , 1891 February 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Industrial Art Classes , 1891 February 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

PAFA Exhibition– Commentary expresses need for distinctive art , 1891 February 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1891 February 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Bill introduced to complete Hancock statue , 1891 February 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

PAFA exhibition credit to Phil. , 1891 February 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Univ. of Pennsylvania Library Opens , 1891 February 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Bartholdi's Maid Gets Mad– image used in advertisement , 1891 February 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Art Club's loan exhibition at foreign works from Phil. Private collection , 1891 February 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Thayer's Winged Figure at PAFA– illustrated , 1891 February 11   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Art Club's exhibit of foreign works Exhibition of paintings at PAFA , 1891 February 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Classes in clay modeling and drawing resumed at Ind. Art School , 1891 February 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Lecture on Christian Architecture by Barr Ferree , 1891 February 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Marat's statue moved from Pare Montsouvi's , 1891 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Art Club exhibition of paintings , 1891 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

PAFA Exhibition– Five Viewers discuss art appreciation , 1891 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Art Club exhibition of paintings from Phil. Private collections , 1891 February 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Sale of French, German, Spanish paintings at M. Thomas & Sons , 1891 February 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 10

Photography in Color , 1891 February 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Movement to Purchase and present T. Hovenden painting to PAFA , 1891 February 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Aaron Healy's paintings sold at Chickering Hall , 1891 February 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Hovenden Sale; The Quintet Club , 1891 February 18   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Paintings sold at Academy– C. Grayson , 1891 February 18   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Works by Fr. Artist to be sent to Berlin exhibition… , 1891 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Parisian Art Chat– Meissonier– Exhibitions at Volney Club… , 1891 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Aiding Architectural Studies , 1891 February 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Paris Art Chat – exhibitions sponsored by clubs, deaths at Meissonier , 1891 February 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 21

Living tableaux by Kit Kat Club in NY, live scenes painted , 1891 February 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Empress Frederick visits Munkacsy , 1891 February 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

PAFA purchases Charles H. Davis "The Brook" , 1891 February 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Paintings to be auctioned at Davis S. Harvey– Alphonge De Neuville , 1891 February 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Lecture on composition in photography at scenographic association.. , 1891 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Russian press supports French in refusal to show in Berlin exhibition , 1891 March 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

PAFA exhibition– sum for paintings exceeds that of any in last 10 yrs , 1891 March 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

John R. Baker's collection auctioned , 1891 March 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Monument for Sixth United States Calvary , 1891 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Gutekunst photo of G.C. Childs , 1891 March 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on proposed location to R. Huerhouse Statue , 1891 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

French artists (commentary on refusal to show in Berlin) , 1891 March 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Subscription to Sherman's Statue , 1891 March 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Hanging Committee (PAFA) responds to protest of the nude in art , 1891 March 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Quintet Club– Discussion at Uses and Aluouses of Nude in Art , 1891 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Verestchagin sailed to NY to supervise exhibition of his paintings , 1891 March 10   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on those who protest nude in art , 1891 March 11   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Nude in art to be topic of sermon George Herzog engaged , 1891 March 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on opposition to appropriation for Meade statue… , 1891 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Lecture on Meissonier at Sketch Club , 1891 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Private showing of first annual water–color and pastel exhibition , 1891 March 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Thomas Ball working on bronze of Washington; Quintet club visits , 1891 March 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Ind. Art School Exhibit , 1891 March 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Academy's Exhibition's success due to Art Club, Coates , 1891 March 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Editorial on Meade statue at Gettysburg , 1891 March 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Viewers of Nude in art illustrated , 1891 March 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Saving Memorial Hall root and dome damaged by rain… , 1891 March 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Oil Painting on board found at ancient mission near Santa Fe, NM , 1891 March 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Omaha man destroys artwork–commentary on those protesting nude , 1891 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Proposed monument to D. Ritterhouse , 1891 April 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Bronze statue of Goethe erected west of Hort. Hall , 1891 April 10   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

The Sketch Club searches for permanent house , 1891 April 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Barnum's statue in storage in Hoboken , 1891 April 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

The Art Club to vite on new members, interior to be remodeled , 1891 April 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Humorous– Art in Café , 1891 April 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Collection of paintings to be sold at Davis & Harvey , 1891 April 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Thirty–one graduate from Franklin Institute of drawing school , 1891 April 24   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

New Market Bourse to be built at 20th and Susquehanna , 1891 April 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Brewery (illustrated) , 1891 April 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Church at Trappe (erected 1743) , 1891 April 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

The Quintet Club'– visit National Academy in N.Y. (architecture) , 1891 April 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Verestchagin rumored insane; Exhibition at Public Industrial art sch , 1891 April 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Public Ind. Art School Exhibition , 1891 May 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

An Artist's suit against a church , 1891 May 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Factory and workshop on 9th and Filbert , 1891 May 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

G. Pepper bequest for free library may go to Ph. City Institute , 1891 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Monument to Dr. Joseph Leify, commentary on proposed site , 1891 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

1891 May 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

For the proposed bourse , 1891 May 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Quintet Club'– Admission of Women to Art Club , 1891 May 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Grayson leaves for Paris, L. Senat's work on display at Art Club , 1891 May 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

The Champ de Mars– Artists exhibiting at Champ de Mars , 1891 May 10   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Antoine Chapin's bust of Carnot , 1891 May 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Exhibition of Watercolors at Messr. Caldwell & Co. , 1891 May 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

The Sun Building , 1891 May 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 10

Comment on monuments in Washington , 1891 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Nude in Art (illustration– humorous) , 1891 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Baroness Salrador talks about three French Salons (American exhib) , 1891 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Ad for Sale of paintings at Davis & Harvey (Philadelphia Artists) , 1891 May 18   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Painting of St. Joseph by Charles Halbeisen unveiled , 1891 May 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Art and History at Trenton Monument to Washington , 1891 May 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Industrial Art School Exhibit– watercolors, china, mental and wood , 1891 May 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Bougereau testifies to interesting achievements of Am. Artists , 1891 May 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Large portrait of Cleveland by E. Johnson received at White House , 1891 May 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Ogontz Art Exhibit , 1891 May 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Masonic Portrait of Peter Fritz unveiled , 1891 May 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

An Artist as a Master – John Brett accused of annoying woman , 1891 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Pennsylvania Museum and School of Ind. Art closing classes , 1891 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Monument to Goethe unveiled (W. of Hurt. Hall) , 1891 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Woman at the Photographers , 1891 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

Portrait of G. Cleveland by Eastman Johnson hung pres. Home , 1891 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 10

An Art exhibition at Rue Lafitte (Bridgeman, Dana, Gay, Bartlett, etc) , 1891 June 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Hartranft's Monument to be dedicated (Norristown) , 1891 June 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Metropolitan Museum of Art opens on Sunday , 1891 June 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Monument to Confederate dead (Miss); Monument to Grant (Ills.) , 1891 June 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on N.Y.'s efforts to raise funds for Grant monument , 1891 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Diplomas conferred at School of Design for Women, prizes awarded , 1891 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 8

Monument to Gen. Hartranft (commentary); unveiling , 1891 June 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Hartranft's monument dedication , 1891 June 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Painter versus Sculptor humorous illustration… , 1891 June 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

The Quintet Club in Westminster Abbey' , 1891 June 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Statue of Washington (Commentary on Site) City Hall's Big Tower , 1891 June 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

The New Century Club Building , 1891 June 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Commentary on site for Seventy–Second Reg. Monument , 1891 June 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on objections to proposed site for Washington's monu. , 1891 June 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Hotels depicted , 1891 June 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Architectural drawings by High School Students , 1891 June 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

The New Salon in Champs De Mars'– explanation as to why erected , 1891 June 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

The Quintet Club – visits National Gallery and Discusses British Art , 1891 June 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Site for Washington Monument (Ind. Sq.) , 1891 June 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Washington Monument– another ex. of Phila. delaying progress , 1891 June 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Am. Artist exhibit at gallery Durand–Ruel Wm. Chase, Kenyan Cox.. , 1891 June 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Quintet Club at Canterbury– sketch by club's artist , 1891 June 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

The Washington Monument– Commentary , 1891 June 24   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

America Awakening her Sons to fight for Liberty , 1891 June 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Wayne's New Methodist Episcopal Church , 1891 June 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Meissonier's portrait of Mrs. Mackay criticized , 1891 June 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Quintet Club in the Louvre , 1891 June 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Am. Dealers purchase paintings– R. Bonheur, Roybet, Gerome, etc , 1891 July 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Quintet Club visits Musee de Luzembourg' , 1891 July 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Dr. Higbee's Monument , 1891 July 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Plaster Cast of Palazzo Vecchio (Penn M.) placed in Memorial Hall , 1891 July 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Statue of Nathan Hale to be cast in bronze , 1891 July 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Portrait of J. Bardsley's removed from Council Chamber , 1891 July 10   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Am. Artist exhibit in Paris; Monument dedicated at Fort Stevens , 1891 July 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

To counteract the Museum , 1891 July 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

The Quintet Club Union Leagues Clock (astronomical) , 1891 July 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Oberlin Smith's proposed building for Worlds Fair (Eiffel–like) , 1891 July 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

The 72nd Regiment's Monument , 1891 July 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Ballier's Men erect a monument , 1891 July 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Photo Ass. Of America Exhibit being arranged , 1891 July 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

New Church at Elm for Baptist , 1891 July 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Quintet Club visits Como– Canova's 'Cupid and Psyche' , 1891 July 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

M. Cabanel comments on daughter of Oregon Senator , 1891 July 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Josiah W. Briean in Jail , 1891 July 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Unveiling for monument of Stonewall Jackson, Lexington, VA , 1891 July 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Architect and Manager' , 1891 July 24   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Old Mother Webtoes' by K. Pyle from Harper's Young People , 1891 July 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

McClellan Statue clay model to be completed , 1891 August 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Portrait of H. Clay by David A. Woodward on view , 1891 August 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

The Quintet Club in Rome , 1891 August 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Monument Tombstone for grave of John Thompson , 1891 August 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Portrait of Ellen Terry by Louise Jopling , 1891 August 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

Quintet Club in Rome , 1891 August 10   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

A poor Portrait of Wisdom , 1891 August 12   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

The Quintet Club visits Naples , 1891 August 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Bennington Monument dedication (VT) , 1891 August 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Design for Fourth Presbyterian Church in W. Philadelphia , 1891 August 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Painting by W.M. Harnett; Quintet Club visits Venice , 1891 August 24   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Inquirer's Portrait Gallery (John Field) , 1891 August 28   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

PAFA opens after undergoing cleaning , 1891 September 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

PAFA exhibits portrait group by J.S. Sargent , 1891 September 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Frank W. Stokes returns from 6 yrs study in Europe , 1891 September 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Moro's portrait of Columbus , 1891 September 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Method of making plaster cast , 1891 September 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Quintet club in Germany, Belgium, Holland… , 1891 September 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Begging for the Grant Monument– commentary on New York , 1891 September 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Mary, Queen of Scots Statue , 1891 September 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

World's Fair Electrical Bldg. to be decorated with artistic medallions , 1891 September 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

The Washington Monument– Site , 1891 September 11   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

European artist to contribute to W. Fair , 1891 September 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

W.W. Story's son marries Am. Singer; Artistic furniture exhibited , 1891 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Tower for World's Fair , 1891 September 18   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Anna Bilinska, portrait painter , 1891 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

Portrait of Sarah Bernhardt by W. Spindler hangs in Salon , 1891 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 11

Tammany Brave's Monument , 1891 September 23   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Tammany's Monument , 1891 September 24   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Tammany Monument dedicated , 1891 September 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Byzantine Art and Rugs , 1891 September 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

To Build the Grant Monument , 1891 September 26   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Quintet Club returns to states , 1891 September 28   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Statue of Pope Leo XIII unveiled at Catholic U , 1891 September 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Chicago's monument to Grant , 1891 October 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Unveiling of Soldier's monument in Garfield Square , 1891 October 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

1891 October 2   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

"The New Bourse" , 1891 October 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Am. Artists in Paris , 1891 October 4   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

T.J. Clarke's collection at PAFA , 1891 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Unveiling of Grant Statue (Chicago) , 1891 October 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Superstitions connected to portrait of Jefferson Davis , 1891 October 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Artistic work by blacks , 1891 October 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Design for Normal School , 1891 October 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

St. Matthew's Lutheran Church; Haddington's M.E. Church… , 1891 October 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

City Hall Tower , 1891 October 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 3

Commentary on proposed site for Washington Statue (Phila) , 1891 October 19   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Commentary on monument to Grady and South , 1891 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

1891 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Hotel Metropole , 1891 October 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Goethe monument fund , 1891 October 25   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 10

PAFA 62nd exhibition announced , 1891 October 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Monument for J. Paris , 1891 October 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Williamson's Monument , 1891 November 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Paying for Goethe's State – concert to raise funds , 1891 November 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Portrait of Reed , 1891 November 5   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Third Exhibition of the Art Club , 1891 November 9   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Monument to first movement by steam on N.J. Railroad , 1891 November 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Move to include artistic painting in education of journeyman… , 1891 November 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Opening of 3rd Annual Art Club Exhibition; Sale of Italian Paintings , 1891 November 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Washington Library , 1891 November 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

Art Club meeting– discussion 'What is an Artist", members dined , 1891 November 15   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 10

Reading Terminal , 1891 November 16   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Art Club exhibition, Verestchagin's Paintings sold in N.Y. , 1891 November 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Art Club exhibition– reviewing works by J. Sargent, Lucas, Grayson , 1891 November 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 9

Lady in Pink' by Wm. Chase , 1891 November 22   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 12

France buys Whistler's Portraits , 1891 November 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

W. Partridge memorial bust of J.R. Lowell , 1891 November 27   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Phil. Lithographic Artists and Engravers meet , 1891 November 29   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 7

Statue of Shakespeare proposed (Soc. of the sons of St. George) , 1891 November 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Magazine of Art , 1891 November 30   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Prosper L. Senal's collection of paintings , 1891 December 1   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

Cal. Prof. Episcopal Church in Germantown , 1891 December 3   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Specimens of Oriental Art , 1891 December 6   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 3

Bust of Shubert Presented to Fairmount Park by members , 1891 December 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 2

World's Fair – Penn. Bldg design for fair under consideration , 1891 December 8   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Death of Emile Bayard, woman artist , 1891 December 11   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 6

Gabriel Mays, German painter, talks to reporter about his art , 1891 December 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 16

Rembrandt's 'The Pilgrims of Emmaus' damaged , 1891 December 13   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 16

Bartholdi loses his home , 1891 December 14   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 1

Plans for exposition Bldg in Phila. Pittsburgh's Permanent Exposition , 1891 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Chicago's planned skyscraper , 1891 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Perey Moran, Phila. Artist, marries Virginia Crosby , 1891 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Joseph Pennell's Sketch of Russian peasants illustrated , 1891 December 20   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 14

Photo colors; proposed Hartranft Statue , 1891 December 21   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

Monument to E. Whitnet to be erected by Southern states , 1891 December 28   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 4

F.F. Decrano display works at Bank Bldg , 1891 December 31   [Box 2 Notebook 6]

Vol. 124: p. 5

Part 7 , 1892 January 2–1892 December 18

Open House at All the Clubs– the Art Club , 1892 January 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

The Sale of the "Angelus" , 1892 January 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Upcoming Art Club ex. Committee elections , 1892 January 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Tower at Chicago Exposition , 1892 January 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Walt Whitman's Tomb , 1892 January 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Art Club's elections hold , 1892 January 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Advise on Picture hanging , 1892 January 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 13

Quintet Club's itineraries during European travel , 1892 January 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 17

The Union League (Interior Illustrated) , 1892 January 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Bill to include artists in Alien Contract Labor Act , 1892 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Figure of Diana on Madison Sq Garden Tower , 1892 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Statue of B. Franklin to be placed on Dome of World's Fair Exhibit , 1892 January 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Rode's latest importation of paintings displayed at Davis & Harvey's , 1892 January 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

The Sketch Club– annual social held, members' work displayed , 1892 January 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Itineraries of Quintet Club in Europe , 1892 January 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 16

Art Gems from Japan , 1892 January 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Monument to Am. Soldiers killed at Valparaiso, Chile , 1892 January 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Portraits of Samuel J. Randall and Galusha A. Glow by J. Graves , 1892 January 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Ceremonies held for portraits of S.J. Randall and Galusha placement , 1892 January 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Sixty–Second Exhibition at Academy of Works by Impressionists , 1892 January 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Queen Victoria's collection of Photographs , 1892 January 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Art Club's Loan Exhibition paintings owed by Phila. Private citizens , 1892 January 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

List present at PAFA's 62nd Exhibition , 1892 January 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

C. Beaux receives J. Smith award for portraits in PAFA 62nd exhibit. , 1892 January 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

J. McNeill Whistler made officer of Legion of Honor , 1892 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

E.A. Stewardson, sculptor, to teach modeling at Penn. , 1892 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Commentary on Impressionism (PAFA 62nd exhibition) , 1892 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

New Theatre in W. Philadelphia , 1892 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

PAFA Exhibition ad , 1892 January 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

The New Bourse (arch. Plans) , 1892 February 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

In Memory of Meissonier French watercolor exhibit opens in Paris , 1892 February 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Philadelphia's Idea of Art– illustration from N.Y. Press , 1892 February 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Ad. Dahlgreg's statue proposed, committee appointed , 1892 February 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Advances in Photography , 1892 February 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

drawing by Hokusal shown , 1892 February 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

The Stranger at the Art Show – opinions of Art Club, PAFA exhibits , 1892 February 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 16

Pittsburgh's Free Library , 1892 February 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Photo. Society met, discussed "The Fading of Silver Prints"… , 1892 February 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Oil painting of Crucifix presented to convent at Chesnut Hill , 1892 February 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Photography Today– Aid to all Ads , 1892 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 15

A Monument for Glassworkers , 1892 February 15   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Bartholdi to show at World's Fair; Sloan; Architectural Exhibit , 1892 February 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

John F. Sloan (illustration) , 1892 February 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Photo. Society of Phila.– three illustrated lectures at Association Hall , 1892 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

Progress on the Great monument , 1892 February 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Academy Picture Sold– Chase's 'Still Life' Art Club to decide… , 1892 February 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Monument to Cap. J. Drew , 1892 February 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Am. Art Association held banquet for Washington's birthday , 1892 February 23   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Photo. Society of Phil. Exhibition by G. Vaux , 1892 February 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

The Washington Statue– Ledger endorses site , 1892 February 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Watercolor at PAFA exhibition by W. Robinson , 1892 February 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Mercie's statue of Meissonier completed , 1892 February 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Industrial Drawings of Aetison's Night School on exhibit , 1892 February 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

The Washington Statue (site) , 1892 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

J. Sloan illustration (Theatre); paintings on exhibit at academy , 1892 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

Am. Archaeological School discovers foundation at Temple of Hera , 1892 February 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Paintings at PAFA exhibit (Alice Stephens, Frederick J. Waugh) , 1892 February 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Misstatements about the Washington Monument Paintings at PAFA , 1892 March 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Illustrations by J.F. Sloan , 1892 March 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Independence Hall chosen for Washington Monument , 1892 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Impression– Commentary; Wash. Monument Commentary , 1892 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Painting and PAFA exhibit (G. Weil) , 1892 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Illus. by John F. Sloan , 1892 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Univ. Museum– Column from Ramses Temple; Statue of Pharaoh , 1892 March 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Monument Site Approved , 1892 March 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Ill. By J.F. Sloan (W.Richards) , 1892 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Illustration by J. F. Sloan (Maude Gonne) , 1892 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Washington Monument– protest of planned site threatens monument , 1892 March 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Oil painting by G.W. Nicholson put on display… , 1892 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

The Washington Monument (commentary) , 1892 March 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

Painting by E.S. Holloway illustrated, an exhibit at PAFA , 1892 March 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Efforts to stop the placing of Wash. Monument in Indep. Square , 1892 March 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Washington Monument– site J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Ohio Movement , 1892 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Loan Exhibition at Un. Archaeological Museum of religious objects , 1892 March 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Independence Square's history , 1892 March 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Monument to J.R. Lowell , 1892 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Statue of Shakespeare (committee appointed) , 1892 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

J.R. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 15   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

J.R. Sloan Illustrations , 1892 March 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

J. Sloan Illustrations , 1892 March 18   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Watercolor Exhibition at Art Club , 1892 March 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

"La Escapade" by E. Gardner , 1892 March 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Sale of Rodes Collection , 1892 March 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Exhibition of Architectural Drawings at Builder's Exchange , 1892 March 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

J. Sloan Ill. Lecture on French Art by W.C. Brownell at U Penn , 1892 March 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

"Old Spanish Gypsy" by C.C. Cooper at Art Club , 1892 March 23   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Lecture on French Art , 1892 March 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Illustration by J. Sloan , 1892 March 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

1892 March 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

J. Sloan Illustration , 1892 March 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

W. Brownell's Lecture on French Art , 1892 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Statue "The Republic" at World's Fair , 1892 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Yale's Mem. To Woolsey, Arches for Machinery Hall, etc , 1892 March 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

"A Study" by S.H. Bradley at Art Club , 1892 April 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Sale of paintings at Davis & Harvey , 1892 April 2   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

J. Sloan illustrations , 1892 April 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

J. Sloan illustrations , 1892 April 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

Sale of paintings at Davis & Harvey , 1892 April 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

"The Kings Messenger" by J.L.G. Ferris at Art Club, J.Sloan illustra. , 1892 April 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Art Scholarship at Penn , 1892 April 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

J. Sloan illustrations , 1892 April 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

A. Schreyer's "Russian Landscape" purchased in N.Y. for $4,000 , 1892 April 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Proposal to erect monument to Lindley Murray , 1892 April 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Prince Colonna sells pictures team private gallery breaking law , 1892 April 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Howard L. Pyle married , 1892 April 15   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Penn's Loan Exhibition of Rel. Objects opens , 1892 April 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Sculptor Gaefano Russe's Memorial (Columbus) , 1892 April 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Philadelphia Artists exhibiting at Salons , 1892 April 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

J. Sloan illustration , 1892 April 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

William Wetmore Story "Rosa Bonheur at Home" , 1892 April 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 16

Illus. by J. Sloan, illus. by R.C. Swayze, illus. by S ? , 1892 April 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Grant Monument– cornerstone laid (N.Y.) , 1892 April 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

1892 April 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Monu. To Columbus at Madrid , 1892 April 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

J. Sloan illus. , 1892 May 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 16

Art Worker's Guild reception to W. Crane at Art Club , 1892 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Watercolors at J.E. Caldwell & Co. , 1892 May 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Champ de Mars Salon– Alex. Harrison "Bathers" , 1892 May 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

J. Sloan Illust. , 1892 May 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Un. Of Penn to give architectural scholarship , 1892 May 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Alex Dumas art collection sold , 1892 May 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

"Architects Plans" , 1892 May 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Cornerstone of Betz Building laid , 1892 May 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

J. Sloan illustration , 1892 May 15   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

Annual Exhibition of Hollingsworth Public Industrial Art School , 1892 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Arch. Drawings at PAFA, purpose to promote arch. Scholarship , 1892 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Nat. Art Association meets result of protest of tariff on art , 1892 May 18   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

J. Sloan illustration , 1892 May 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Women photographers "Plea for Free Art" , 1892 May 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Unity Art Club (1401 Reed St) Exhibition, M.J. Glackens, J. Maene , 1892 May 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Possible J. Sloan illustration , 1892 May 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 10

PAFA erects new gallery for student works , 1892 May 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Photo society of Phila. Shows stereoptician slides , 1892 May 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Un. Of Penn School of Arch. to issue pamphlet , 1892 May 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Bohemian Soldier's Monument , 1892 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Fresco Painters on Strike , 1892 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Dedication of monument to soldiers of Monroe County , 1892 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Industrial Art School , 1892 June 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Exhibit at Ogontz; High water mark Monument , 1892 June 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Wilstach bequest of pictures to Memorial Hall , 1892 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

The Graves of Great Heroes– Monuments , 1892 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Sculptor Carl Bitter at World's Fair Administration Building , 1892 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

The Washington Monument , 1892 June 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

The Washington Monument– issue of site to be discussed , 1892 June 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Washington Monument site , 1892 June 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Biddle and the Washington Monument site , 1892 June 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Paintings from Salon (illust) , 1892 June 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

Art Club establishes school for study abroad 'Paris Prize' , 1892 June 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Lasalle's art Exhibition , 1892 June 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Trials of the Artists , 1892 June 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Study of a Head – illust. , 1892 June 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

Society at Lady Artist's Ball, Berlin , 1892 June 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 15

The Week in Art , 1892 June 26   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Statue of McClellan , 1892 June 26   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 11

Washington Monument Site– Biddle's decision of amending decree , 1892 June 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

School of Design for women contributors elect officers , 1892 June 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Lafayette's statue by Bartholdi , 1892 July 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Cincinnati and the Monument , 1892 July 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

"Italo American Exhibition" monuments to Garibaldi, Columbus, etc , 1892 July 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Memorial Window in second Presb. Church in Germantown , 1892 July 18   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Presbyterian Church at Bridgeport N.J. celebrates centennial anniver. , 1892 July 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Portrait by Charles Wilson Peale discovered hanging in Am. Philo. , 1892 July 28   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Statue of John R. Hale unveiled , 1892 August 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Mosaic Work , 1892 August 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Twenty–Sixth's Monument (Gettysburg) , 1892 August 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Illust. By J. Sloan , 1892 August 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Architect Evans designs the Bourse , 1892 August 19   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Bourse (editorial) , 1892 August 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Elihu Vedder (studio in Rome) , 1892 August 21   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Design for Columbus Memorial Arch (N.Y.) , 1892 September 3   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

"Famous Foreign Women" Kate Greenaway , 1892 September 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

New mech. Engineering building at Penn , 1892 September 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

PAFA changes made in leadership , 1892 September 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Cornerstone of Columbus Monument laid (N.Y.) , 1892 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Harry R. Poore accepts teaching position at PAFA , 1892 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Harris Cavalry Monument , 1892 September 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Clothing Statue at World's Fair (editorial) , 1892 September 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Statue of Penn completed by Tacony Metal Works , 1892 September 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

"Scene Painters at Work" , 1892 September 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Artists in Wax's Waz Models of plants and insects at World's Fair , 1892 September 25   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 16

Scholarship award by Indust. Nat. School and Phil. School of Design , 1892 September 27   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Statue W. Penn viewed , 1892 October 1   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Sale of Paintings at Davis & Harvey , 1892 October 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Smuggled paintings seized by custom officials , 1892 October 6   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Soldiers and Sailors Monument at Montgomery , 1892 October 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Lucila Varney and Adelaide Johnson in their studios in Rome , 1892 October 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Art Club– alterations completed , 1892 October 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Penn Railroad station depicted , 1892 October 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Art Classes at PAFA announced , 1892 October 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Coatesville's New Church , 1892 October 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Love versus Art– illustration , 1892 October 16   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 12

Painting on exhibit at J.E. Caldwell (European Artists) , 1892 October 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Last day of Columbian exhibition , 1892 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Church spires of Philadelphia , 1892 October 23   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Portrait of Mrs. Harrison , 1892 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Emily Sartain approves of bldgs. Of Chicago exhibition , 1892 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Art objects and jewelry at George Eakins & Sons , 1892 October 26   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

N. Penn Statue– change in proposed position to facing south , 1892 October 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Four Famous Women , 1892 October 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 13

Student works exhibit at PAFA , 1892 October 30   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Art Club Prize (Paris Scholarship) awarded to George Bladen Fox , 1892 November 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

Statue of W. Penn shown , 1892 November 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

illust. By J. Sloan , 1892 November 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Model for Montana Silver Statue , 1892 November 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

H.W. Beecher statue, City Hall Park, Brooklyn , 1892 November 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

The McClellan Statue , 1892 November 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Mercantile Club's New Bldg , 1892 November 12   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Art Club's fourth annual exhibition , 1892 November 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Art in Florence, Italy , 1892 November 13   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

The New Godey's , 1892 November 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 5

illust. By J. Sloan , 1892 November 17   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Pre–Raphaelite paintings at PAFA from Am. Collections , 1892 November 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

(Art Club) Fourth Annual Exhibition , 1892 November 20   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Illust. By J. Sloan , 1892 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

New Reading Terminal , 1892 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Auction of paintings at Bloomfield Moore Mansion , 1892 November 29   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Pre–Raph Exhibition editorial , 1892 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Monument Committee to discuss plans for Meade, Reynolds.. , 1892 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 14

Carrara Marble statuary at J.E. Caldwell & Co. , 1892 December 5   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 3

Gen. Sherman's monument , 1892 December 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Lecture on proposed National Gallery of Art , 1892 December 7   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Pre--Raphaelite exhibition at PAFA– explanation of style , 1892 December 8   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Hancock monument contract awarded to sculptor, Elwell , 1892 December 9   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Portrait of Clifford P. MacCalia , 1892 December 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Progress of the Bourse; Meade; Hancock; and Reynold statue , 1892 December 10   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Pre–Raphaelite exhibition at PAFA , 1892 December 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Art Club– Committee meeting for consideration of membership app , 1892 December 11   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 7

Water Color Exhibition– C. Stratton Howe , 1892 December 14   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 4

Design by Franklin Simmons chosen for Logan's statue , 1892 December 15   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Cathedral of St. John the Divine , 1892 December 18   [Box 2 Notebook 7]

Vol. 126: p. 9

Part 8 , 1893 January 2–1893 December 31

Restoration of portraits in the State House Museum criticized , 1893 January 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Collection of paintings of Meade estate at Haseltine galleries , 1893 January 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Enid Yarnelli, Rideout, Ella Wheeler Wilcox and other female artists , 1893 January 8   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 13

Corcoran Art Gallery to be enlarged , 1893 January 11   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Rode's collection at Davis & Harvey , 1893 January 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Phil. Artists works to be shown at World's fair exhibited at PAFA , 1893 January 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

1893 January 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Burne–Jones complains of weariness while working , 1893 January 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

New York Fine Arts Committee for the World's Fair , 1893 January 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Art Worker's Guild Meeting , 1893 January 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 3

Benvenuto Cellini's Dog , 1893 January 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 11

Blaine Monument , 1893 February 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Ross Turner's Water Colors starts series of art exhibitions at Ogontz , 1893 February 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Fairmount Art Association– Two works being readied for Assocation , 1893 February 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Art Photography– Gilbert Studios , 1893 February 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 126: p. 6

Statue in Edison's Library illustrated , 1893 February 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

PAFA– directors elected by stockholders , 1893 February 7   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Japanese Art Objects at Davis & Harvey , 1893 February 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

M. Eiffel sentenced to two years imprisonment , 1893 February 10   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Pen and Pencil Club , 1893 February 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Industrial Art School , 1893 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Loan Exhibition of miniatures at Drexel University , 1893 February 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Illust. By J. Sloan , 1893 February 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Dore collection of engravings released on a bond , 1893 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Art Club , 1893 February 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Cornerstone of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church laid , 1893 February 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Art Club– illumination , 1893 February 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

"Botticelli Gown" , 1893 February 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Fairmount Art Assoc. has twenty–first annual session , 1893 March 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Penn Museum and School of Indust Art receives subscription to buy , 1893 March 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 3

The Camera Club– illustration , 1893 March 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 19

Art Club exhibition of watercolors: W.M. Chase, Bonsall, Pana, etc , 1893 March 8   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 3

Historic portraits in old state house to be restored , 1893 March 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

The Grant Mon. Fund , 1893 March 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 12

Aid for PAFA supported (commentary) Monument to MD line , 1893 March 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Art Guild to discuss magazine cover designs , 1893 March 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Craig & Evans collection of paintings , 1893 March 18   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

1893 March 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Art Club's exibition of watercolors , 1893 March 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Public Art in Philadelphia , 1893 March 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 9

Monument to Soldiers at Ephrata , 1893 March 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Am Fine Arts Society exhibition of works by great painters of all ages , 1893 March 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Charcoal Club– picture receiving first honors illust. , 1893 March 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Art Club Exhibition of watercolors concluded , 1893 March 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 15

PAFA– joint exhibition of student works (editorial) , 1893 March 27   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

The Associated Art Workers , 1893 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Exhibit of student works from Phila institutions at PAFA (editorial) , 1893 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

1893 March 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

PAFA student exhibit , 1893 March 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

PAFA exhibit– works of Penn Museum school , 1893 April 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Sketch by Davis at Charcoal Club , 1893 April 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Drexel Institute Exhibit– drawing, clay modeling, dressmaking, etc , 1893 April 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Model of Warden Cassidy penitentiary to be sent to World's Fair , 1893 April 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Harry R. Poore lecture "Artist Life in Paris" , 1893 April 8   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Sketch by J. Horace Rudy shown at Charcoal Club , 1893 April 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 10

Art Club– Membership of Artists , 1893 April 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 15

Houses in Suburbs illust. , 1893 April 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 17

Japanese Artist carves eagle for World Fair , 1893 April 11   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Collection by Topakyan of Oriental rugs at Davis & Harvey , 1893 April 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Portrait of W. Brockie by Leavitt , 1893 April 21   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Exhibition of miniatures at PAFA , 1893 April 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Esthetic Photography– posing in artistic fashion popular , 1893 April 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 15

Chicago Exposition– Memorial Art Palace , 1893 April 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 18

Salon of Champs Elysee exhibit , 1893 April 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Monument to Audobon unveiled at Trinity Cemetary , 1893 April 27   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 7

Sunday's Art Supplement– color illustrations ornaments for the room , 1893 April 30   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

The Wonders of the World's Fair , 1893 April 30   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 17

World's Fair Art Departmetn , 1893 May 1   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

The Nude in Art , 1893 May 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Monument to Seventy–Second Regiment , 1893 May 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

The World's Fair , 1893 May 7   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 18

Exhibit at Union League of paintings owned by Phil. Citizens , 1893 May 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Two Mosiac's in Penn Building at World's Fair , 1893 May 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 5

Berlin's Art Exposition , 1893 May 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Art Supplement of Inquira , 1893 May 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Supreme Court of Penn rules to allow Soc. Of Cincinnati , 1893 May 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Discussion of picture galleries at Art Worker Guild , 1893 May 21   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Pen and Pencil Club to sponsor Bohemian party; Union League exhi. , 1893 May 21   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Paintings at the Union League' , 1893 May 21   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 15

Monument to Alexander Steras unveiled in Georgia , 1893 May 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Monument dedicated to Walbert's Station, Lehigh County , 1893 May 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Waynebs New Pres. Church , 1893 May 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Memorial at Balmoral , 1893 May 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 23

Modest viewers at World's Fair Art Building , 1893 May 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 24

Washington Monument to be placed in Independence Square , 1893 May 30   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Prizes awarded at PAFA , 1893 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Memorial Day– Dec. of Monuments , 1893 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

PAFA – successful yr, awards foreign scholarship , 1893 May 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Washington Statue– editorial , 1893 June 1   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Phil. School of Design confers awards , 1893 June 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Washington Statue editorial on opposition , 1893 June 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Site for location of U.S. Mint , 1893 June 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 6

Meade statue site at Gettysburg , 1893 June 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 15

Opposition to Washington Monument site to be heard , 1893 June 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Bill to revoke ordinance permitting Society of Cincinnati to choose site for Wash. Mon. , 1893 June 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 6

Washington Statue site editorial , 1893 June 7   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

Exhibition of Drexel students , 1893 June 8   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Art criticism in Phil. , 1893 June 11   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 14

Spitzer Art Sale; Washington Monument site , 1893 June 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Art at World's Fair , 1893 June 18   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 18

Seventy–Second's Gettysburg Lot– right of way refused to trolley line through lot , 1893 June 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 4

The Wonders of Photography , 1893 June 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 9

Statue of William Gladstone unveilded at World's Fair , 1893 June 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Anarchists' monument unveiled in Chicago– A. Parsons, Albert Fischer, Louis Langg, G. Engie , 1893 June 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 3

Bronze statue of Victory (N.Y.) , 1893 June 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 128: p. 2

Fine Arts Exhibition in Munich , 1893 July 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Wilstach Collection of Paintings in Memorial Hall (donation) , 1893 July 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 8

Art and Industry at the World's Fair , 1893 July 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

James Kelly, sculptor (biographical) , 1893 July 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 24

N.Y. Monument at Gettysburg , 1893 July 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

N.Y. Monument editorial , 1893 July 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Wilstach Collection; Painting of Bismarch and W.W. Phelps , 1893 July 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Society of Cincinnati meeting concerning repeal of ordinance permitting monument location at Ind. Sq. , 1893 July 5   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 8

Bronze statues of William L. Garrision and P.T. Barnum on fourth (Yewburyport, Bridgeport) , 1893 July 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Cornerstone of ext. building to Methododist Episcopal Church at Haddington , 1893 July 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Art galleries at World's Fair , 1893 July 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

Monument to Betsey Ross by W. Dreydoppel (carved from soap) , 1893 July 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 15

Barnum's statue vandalized (Bridgeport) , 1893 July 11   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

The New York Monument at Gettysburg (editorial) , 1893 July 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Color negatives produced by Messer. Lumiere , 1893 July 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

Views of City Hall , 1893 July 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 17

James Beard (biographical) , 1893 July 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 23

Corenerstone of New Odd Fellow's Hall laid at Broad and Cherry , 1893 July 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

J. Sloan illustrations of Art at the World's Fair , 1893 July 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 17

J. Sloan illustrations of Art at the World's Fair , 1893 July 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

Statuary in M. Tissandier's study , 1893 July 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 24

John Sartain's "Irae" at Society of Sons of St. George , 1893 July 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

J. Sloan illustration , 1893 August 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 11

Sketches by W. Pollack, Indian, at World's Fair , 1893 August 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

Carl Marr on jury of awards at World's Fair Art Department , 1893 August 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 19

J. Sloan illustration , 1893 August 13   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

Monuments and Indpendence Square' , 1893 August 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Awards to artists conferred by Nat. Committee on Awards (World's Fair) , 1893 August 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

Awards to artists conferred by Nat. Committee on Awards (World's Fair) , 1893 August 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

Artist for punch assualted due to caricature of M.P. , 1893 August 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Artist for punch assualted due to caricature of M.P. , 1893 August 27   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

J. Sloan illustration , 1893 August 27   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

J. Sloan illustration , 1893 August 27   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

M. Bartholdi to visit World's Fair , 1893 August 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Sidney H. Morse, sculptor, models head of W. Whitman , 1893 September 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

M. Bartholdi wants to see modern pantheon at foot of Liberty , 1893 September 6   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

J.P. Twaddell shoe store (colonial style) , 1893 Spetember 9   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Bartholdi's fountain , 1893 September 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

PAFA offers scholarships to other institutes , 1893 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 8

The Wilstach Collection , 1893 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

Works of Philadelphia Artists at World's Fair (and other US Art Schools) , 1893 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 18

Wood Engravers , 1893 September 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 20

Phil School of Design for Women offers scholarships, examines public school students , 1893 September 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

"The Lion Slayer" placed on the Post Office , 1893 September 21   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Placement of Statues in Fairmount Park , 1893 Septmeber 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Art Club listed , 1893 September 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 14

Greek Porches in Philadelphia , 1893 September 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 17

Pastel portrait of A.J. Drexel , 1893 September 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Sixty–third annual exhibition (PAFA)– works shown at World's Fair , 1893 October 1   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Trenton Battle Monument dedication , 1893 October 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Drawing in the Public Schools , 1893 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Rosa Bonheur , 1893 October 7   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Japanese Art– lecture at PAFA , 1893 October 14   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Statue of Washinton at Trenton , 1893 October 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

Art Notes– Charles Grafliy's newest work, Art Club exhibition, Robert Henri , 1893 October 15   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 12

Art Club's Third Annual Exhibitions of Architectural Designs , 1893 October 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

FPAA receives furns for casting of "Lion Fighter" and "Amazon" , 1893 October 19   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Dedication of Trenton Monument , 1893 October 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

FPAA subscriptions; Art Club architectural design exhibition , 1893 October 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Dedication of Trenton Monument , 1893 October 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

Rembrant stolen from Van Time & Co. , 1893 October 20   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Paintings by W.H. Crane of World's Fair Midway Plaisance reproduced in Inquirer , 1893 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Normal School at Thirteeth and Spring Garden; Art Notes , 1893 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Casts of intaglios , 1893 October 22   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 23

Course of instruction in drawing in public schools , 1893 October 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Penn Treaty Monument , 1893 October 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Julia Margeret Cameron, photographer , 1893 October 29   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 21

McClellan statue , 1893 October 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

McClellan statue , 1893 November 1   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

National Academy proposed by Commissioners of World's Fair , 1893 November 2   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

McClellan's statue , 1893 November 11   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

"The Wilstach Art Fund" , 1893 November 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

The Statues of Venus' (Health) , 1893 November 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Art Notes'– 'Lion Fighter' criticized as work of art, Art Students League, E. Stewardson's 'The Bathan' , 1893 November 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 13

Satolli in Marble , 1893 November 13   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Letters pertaining to value of Washington portraits , 1893 November 16   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Request that clay modeling be dropped from elementary school study , 1893 November 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Engravings of Philobiblon Club , 1893 November 23   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

Art Club's exhibition– sculpture and paintings (W. Scott Hartley, Grafly, S.C. Murray, Beaux, J.B. Sword, Curran, Moran) , 1893 November 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 21

Statue of Nathan Hale's unveiling , 1893 November 25   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

Art Notes– Art Club exhibition (J. Sargent), H.H. Gilchrist's "Cleopatra" , 1893 November 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Prehistoric drawings , 1893 November 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 13

Café for Union League (illustration) , 1893 November 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 14

Women and the Camera Sarony's 'Reminiscences of Brilliant Sitters' , 1893 November 26   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 17

Art Notes – Charles Grafly's 'Tisiphone'; PAFA's J. Kelly, model for Reynolds monument , 1893 December 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

New Pictures at the Art Club , 1893 December 3   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 21

Conkling's Statue in Position , 1893 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Bas–reliefs and window dedicated at Church of St. Asaph , 1893 December 4   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 2

Altgeld's Picture Was Not Wanted , 1893 December 10   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Art Notes– PAFA exhibition medals awarded at Art Club (Calder) , 1893 December 10   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Unveiling of Winfield Scott Hancock statue , 1893 December 12   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Art Notes – portraits from Hellenic period at PAFA; Sartain at School of Design, bust of Gen. Meade , 1893 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 5

PAFA exhibition opening – works illustrated , 1893 December 17   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 17

Theodore Grats collection of Greek portraits, bronzes at PAFA , 1893 December 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 9

St. Gaudens portrait of Mr. R.L. Stevenson (low relief) , 1893 December 24   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 22

Exhibition at PAFA (editorial) , 1893 December 28   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 4

12th Annual Exhibition at National Academy– loan exh. Of tapestry, Rags, inlaid bronze , 1893 December 31   [Box 2 Notebook 8]

Vol. 129: p. 6

Part 9 , 1894 January 1–1894 December 30

Sculptor, Geiger, to make four bronze panels , 1894 January 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Barnes Statue Association organized to place art in park , 1894 January 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Lecture on Graeco–Egyptian art to explain Grat Collection , 1894 January 9   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Fire on Worlds' Fair Grounds , 1894 January 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Fair Fire Losses' , 1894 January 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Art Notes– Anders Zorn, William Sargeant Kendall receives Lippincott prize, James R. Sword, PAFA , 1894 January 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 6

Sketch Club meets – contributions to life class, recent lectures , 1894 January 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 14

Rosa Bonheur , 1894 January 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 23

A City Art Society Needed , 1894 January 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

The Economic Museum , 1894 January 20   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Sketch Club annual reception, 'Art and Music' – New location of Penn. Museum and Sch. Of Ind. Art , 1894 January 21   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 8

Memorial To Apia – stainglass window exhibited at World's Fair , 1894 Jaunary 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 3

St. Gaudens modeling statue of Garfield , 1894 January 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Art Supplements in Inquirer promised to be of highest artistic quality , 1894 January 28   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Art Notes – Woman's school of Design study archit., St. Gaudens medal commissioned for World's Fair, Boston Art Club exhibition , 1894 January 28   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 12

Marion Foster, portrait painter of presidents (bio) , 1894 January 28   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 22

Reception at Art Club hosted by C. Beaux and Anna Lea Merritt , 1894 February 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Beautiful Statues , 1894 February 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

PAFA exhibit – works illustrated by J.M. Whistler, John M. Hamilton, Walter McEwen and others , 1894 February 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 9

Art Notes– Phil. Studio Society shows works of Phil artists (sketches), W. Chase views PAFA exhibit , 1894 February 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 16

St. Gaudens will not alter design of nude male figure on World's Fair medal , 1894 February 5   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Art Club – Mrs. Hart speaks on running economy (textile industry) by teaching use of dyes , 1894 February 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

PAFA– eighty–seventh annual meeting , 1894 February 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 8

Lion Fighter , 1894 February 9   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Childs–Drexel Monument , 1894 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

The Childs–Drexel Monument , 1894 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Lecture on Wood–engraving , 1894 February 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Childs–Drexel Monument , 1894 February 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

Art Notes – St. Gaudens decides to change World's Fair design, PAFA secures portrait of B. Franklin (Duplessis) , 1894 February 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 8

A Famous Medal– medal presented to Captain Ingraham for bravery , 1894 February 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 9

Leonardo da Vinci poisoned by mistress , 1894 February 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Childs–Drexel Monument , 1894 February 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Lecture "The Art of Illustration" by W. Lewis Frazer at PAFA , 1894 February 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Art Notes– Japanese Loan Exhibition (PAFA); Art Club's fourth annual watercolor exhibition , 1894 February 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Portraits of Mrs. Harrison, wife of ex–pres., by Huntington , 1894 February 19   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Medallion of King George II. Resurrected and restored to place on Christ Church , 1894 February 23   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Art Notes – Sixteenth Annual exhibition of Society of Am. Artists, statue of D. Rittenhouse, sale of works (PAFA) , 1894 February 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Harrison L. Plummer, portrait painter, dead; Charles Ramusen, fresco painter, died , 1894 February 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Statue of Liberty showing damage from corrosives , 1894 February 28   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

Condition of Statue of Liberty , 1894 March 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Exhibition of student caricature (Drawings) of great works (PAFA) , 1894 March 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 9

Paintings belonging to Richard S. Foster on display at Davis & Harvey (sale) , 1894 March 7   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Designs for Arcade by James M. Hoston , 1894 March 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Exhibition at Art Club (editorial) , 1894 March 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

PAFA– Caricature Exhibition – John F. Sloan; Art Notes– J. McClure Hamilton's portrait of Gladstone; Soc. Of Am. Artists exhibition , 1894 March 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 8

Photo seen in Inquirer; Photograph– Photograph of search light at World's Fair – Ad for photo reproduction , 1894 March 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 18

Fairmount Park Art Gallery' – proposed gallery with Wilstach collection as foundation , 1894 March 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

John F. Sloan, W.F. Glackens and others; Newspaper Artists– Pen and Pencil Club observe 'Ladies Day' at newspaper art exhibition , 1894 March 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

Art Notes– Fannie D. Sweeny's stainglass windows and Nicola D'Ascenzo drawings at Penn Museum and Sch. Of Ind. Art , 1894 March 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 11

Pen and Pencil newspaper art exhibit – listing artist and newspaper, Grafly bust of Rev. Griffith , 1894 March 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 11

Photo of Eskimo , 1894 March 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 21

Art Club– Lecture 'Picturesque New Zealand' , 1894 March 20   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

G. Childs Memorial Room – art objects in office to be placed in room (portrait of S. Berhardt) , 1894 March 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Art Notes– Watercolor exhibit at Art Club – watercolor said to be serious medium, Alex Harrison (Am. Art Association exhibition) , 1894 March 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Photo of statue at World's Fair , 1894 March 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 18

St. John's Church in Manayunk dedicated – Gothic description and cost of interior , 1894 April 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

Art Notes– Japanese education exhibit brought to Phila.; Eakins panels for Trenton monument, sells photos. , 1894 April 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 10

Art Notes– Industrial Art School course of training, R.W. Vonn exhibition (Chicago) Solia photos, Decorative Art League of Phila., W. M. Chase's School , 1894 April 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 10

American Artists and the Public – government jobs for artist , 1894 April 9   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Bitter's terra cotta groups at Fifteenth Street arch , 1894 April 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Evolution of the Artist – cartoon , 1894 April 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 14

Art Notes– Boston Art Club– most liberal art prize offered in country, PAFA students exhibition– Toppan pirze competition, Drexel Art exhibition , 1894 April 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 16

Art Notes– Penn Museum and School of Ind. Art exhibition of African articles and tools (decorative), exhibit of Soc. Of Wash. Artist , 1894 April 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Posing as a Fine Art , 1894 April 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 22

Collection of works by European artists at J.E. Caldwell , 1894 April 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Art supplements in Sunday's Inquirer , 1894 April 26   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Photographic Society pays honor to F.E. Ives for solution of problem of producing natural colors , 1894 April 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Art Notes – Am. Representation at Paris salon , 1894 April 29   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 11

Pennsylvania and her Monuments (editorial) , 1894 May 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Phil. Artists contribute nearly one–half of Am pictures at Paris Salon exhibition , 1894 May 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Coupons offered for pictures from the Art Students Series of Multichromes , 1894 May 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Plans for establishing Educational Museum with objects from World's Fair as foundation , 1894 May 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Art Notes– Decorative Art (panels for windows, designs) at Art Club , 1894 May 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Chicago Architecture , 1894 May 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 16

Art in the Park– FPAA holds 22nd annual meeting – cast of 'The Amazon' received, funds discussed , 1894 May 11   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

PAFA asks for $10,000 for running of school , 1894 May 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Sketch Club Reception – reception in honor of J. McClure Hamilton, just returned from 8 yrs abroad , 1894 May 13   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Art Notes – competition for decoration of court of Oyer and Terminer held in N.Y., Charles Grafly's studio, Fred Maxwell Parrish , 1894 May 13   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 11

Adolf H. Pfeil, instructor of drawing at Northeast Manual Training School , 1894 May 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Lilliputian Houses , 1894 May 20   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 17

Chester Avenue Baptist Church , 1894 May 21   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 9

Wall decorations (murals) in Phil (editorial) , 1894 May 24   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Working exhibition at School of Industrial Art , 1894 May 26   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Collection of John H. Rensen on sale at M. Thomas & Sons (Le Brun, Meissonier, C. Wilson Peale others) , 1894 May 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

Art Notes – PAFA annual exhibit concourse work for traveling scholarship, student competition for Toppan prize– W.J. Glackey's, modeling class under C. Grafly , 1894 May 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Public Industrial Art School Exhibition , 1894 May 29   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

PAFA Art prizes awarded– Traveling Scholar to young Georgie York, Charles Topper prizes to Francis Schaefer , 1894 May 30   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

An Academy School to W.J. Glackens, prizes in each class awarded , 1894 May 30   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 2

Monument to McAllister , 1894 May 31   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

The School of Design for Women closing exercises– fellowships awarded– lists students , 1894 June 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Give Philadelphia Artists a Chance editorial on murals in public buildings , 1894 June 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Giant Bldgs in Philadelphia , 1894 June 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 9

Designs submitted for mural for Court of Oyers and Terminer in N.Y., Ogontz School exhibition , 1894 June 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 16

Franklin Statue at the University– unveiling , 1894 June 7   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

La Salle's exhibition , 1894 June 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 7

John Sloan illustration (reappearance of signed works) , 1894 June 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 12

Art Notes– Garfield monument– sketch of statue by St. Gaudens , 1894 June 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 13

Proposed Monument at Antietam , 1894 June 10   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 15

J. Sloan illustration (on the count at Wissahickon Heights) , 1894 June 13   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 3

Phil. Brigade monument , 1894 June 13   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 4

Spring Garden Institute exhibit , 1894 June 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 June 17   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 12

Elwell's statue of Gen. Hancock and Meade , 1894 June 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 1

Phil. Brigade proposed granite shaft at Antietam , 1894 June 24   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 12

St. Gaudens second design for World's Fair medal rejected , 1894 June 28   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

Antietam Monument , 1894 July 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 5

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 10

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 1   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 130: p. 11

World's Fair medal design (story) , 1894 July 3   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 11

Three J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 18

Historic Mansions (Germantown) , 1894 July 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 22

J. Sloan illustrations (two) , 1894 July 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 July 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustrations (three) , 1894 July 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 18

McClellan statue fund , 1894 July 19   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

McClellan statue fund , 1894 July 20   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 1

Art Notes – PAFA circular of committee on instruction , 1894 July 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 8

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illust. , 1894 July 22   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 18

McClellan statue fund , 1894 July 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 2

Help American Art– editorial encouraging the purchase of Am. Art , 1894 July 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

The Wilstach Trust – securities to support and extend art gallery (FPC) , 1894 July 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 July 29   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 July 29   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 July 29   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 17

George Inness death , 1894 August 5   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 August 5   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 5   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 5   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 11

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 11

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 12   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 18

McClellan's Statue , 1894 August 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 3

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 19   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 19   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 11

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 26   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

J. Sloan illustrations , 1894 August 26   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

McClellan Statue Fund , 1894 August 30   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 1

Advance in Art – public taste , 1894 November 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Art Notes – Park commission purchase six paintings with Wilstach Fund (G. Cowbet, Bastien, LePage, others) , 1894 November 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 5

New Statue of Grant , 1894 November 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

Republican Clubs in Philadelphia – interiors illustrated , 1894 November 4   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 21

The proposed new Horticultural Hall– illustrated , 1894 November 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 5

New home of fare park (illustrated); Powelton Club (illust.) , 1894 November 15   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 7

Industrial Institute (Paris) to be established to show progress made in ind. Art works , 1894 November 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Art Club sixth annual exhibition– Eakins, Moran, Beaux, H.R. Poore, Twaddell , 1894 November 18   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 5

All Saint's Evangelical Lutheran Church , 1894 November 19   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 3

Public Buildings – discolored stones , 1894 November 21   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 3

William T. Walker, art collectior, dead , 1894 November 23   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 1

Statue of Penn unveiling (editorial) , 1894 November 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

Art Notes– exhibit of sculpture at PAFA, medals awarded at Art Club , 1894 November 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p.

Philadelphia Art Patron , 1894 November 27   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

Art Notes– PAFA student exhib, J. Sloan's illust. , 1894 December 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 7

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 December 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 19

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 December 2   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 20

Penn statue , 1894 December 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

Statue of Ada Rehah , 1894 December 6   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Utilizing the statue' – suggestion on how to use Penn's statue (clock) , 1894 December 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 6

Penn's Statue– decision on direction statue will face , 1894 December 8   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

Art Notes– lectures by J. LaFarge (PAFA), sixty–fourth annual exhibition at PAFA , 1894 December 9   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 10

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 December 9   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 19

Penn's Head – statue of W. Penn , 1894 December 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 3

Ladies of the Decorative Art League , 1894 December 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Phil Museum to house objects exhibited at World's Fair , 1894 December 14   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 9

The Inquirer in its New Home , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 1

PAFA annual exhibition– W.M. Chase, C. Newman, E. Lawson, Fred Parrish, A. Harrison etc. , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 5

Art Notes– PAFA exhibit display of works from every branch of art, Wilstach collection , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 7

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 20

Phil. Inquirer (interior of studio) photos , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p.

Famous Collective of Ceramic Art , 1894 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 46

Monuments Defaced (Gettysburg) , 1894 December 24   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 13

Artists' Association– releases new set of water colors , 1894 December 24   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 1

J. Sloan illustration , 1894 December 25   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 3

PAFA Annual Exhibition– review of exhibit critical of paintings , 1894 December 30   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 13

American book plates , 1894 December 30   [Box 3 Notebook 9]

Vol. 131: p. 21

Part 10 , 1894 September 3–1894 October 29

The model wasn't tired , 1894 September 3   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 3

Novelties in architecture , 1894 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 9

Our Pioneer Sculptor– Edward Kemeys , 1894 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 21

Poor Molly– J. Sloan Illust. , 1894 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 21

Independence Hall– restoration , 1894 September 16   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 9

Art Notes– 1894 session of PAFA school beginning– Grafly, Anschutz, etc. teachers; winged victory to PAFA; McClellan statue base , 1894 September 16   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 13

Diana's Tribulations– J. Sloan illust , 1894 September 16   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 17

Napoleon prints– portraits , 1894 September 17   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 3

Industrial art school , 1894 September 18   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 1

McClellan statue , 1894 September 18   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Art Notes– Art Club exhibit, etc. , 1894 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 12

An Animal Painter at His Work– Gerome , 1894 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 18

A Handsome Carpet– State House of Representatives , 1894 September 27   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 7

Gen. Thomas S. Cummings and the Nat'l Academy of Design , 1894 September 28   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Sweet Marie– announcement of picture in Sunday Art Supplement (with Gen. Cummings) , 1894 September 28   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Return of the Society Girl, J. Sloan Illust. , 1894 September 30   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 12

Art Notes– Charles Grafly , 1894 September 30   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 13

A Dream of Fair Women, Portraits of Famous Belles , 1894 September 30   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 17

The Anarchists– J. Sloan Illust. , 1894 September 30   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 18

Monument to Shelley , 1894 October 1   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 1

Disinherited– lithograph in color to be given away in Sunday Art Supplement , 1894 October 4   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

The Advent of Society, J. Sloan illust. , 1894 October 7   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 12

Art Notes– Blanche Dillaye in French Studio; Art Club, Spring Garden Institute; Sketch Club; PAFA; Howard Pyle to teach illustration at Drexel , 1894 October 7   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 13

Doings in Darding Circle; J. Sloan illustration , 1894 October 7   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 15

The Victor Who Did Not Vanquish; J .Sloan illust. , 1894 October 7   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 16

Munificent gifts made to the city; Smith memorial , 1894 October 13   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 1

The proposed Smith Memorial Monument in Fairmount Park (illust) , 1894 October 14   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 5

The Memorial Arch for Fairmount Park , 1894 October 15   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Art Notes– Industrial Art Society; T Square Club; School of Industrial Art , 1894 October 21   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 14

University Museum Lectures , 1894 October 21   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 14

Cowboy & Artist– Frederic Remington , 1894 October 21   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 14

Art Education– Ad , 1894 October 21   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 15

The Professor's Weakness; J. Sloan illust , 1894 October 21   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 18

President Cleveland & Art; The Nude , 1894 October 22   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 1

The Applause , 1894 October 22   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 5

1st painting of Napoleon , 1894 October 22   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 5

The price of a picture; Artist John G. Borghum portraits of General Grubb's Mother , 1894 October 23   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 3

McClellan's Statue , 1894 October 25   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 1

The Monument , 1894 October 25   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 2

Statue About City Hall , 1894 October 26   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 4

Penn's Statue , 1894 October 26   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 8

New Museum at the University , 1894 October 28   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 11

Comment upon new publications, illustrations; literary notes; Portraits in Plaster– Death Masks , 1894 October 29   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 8

An incomparable work of art; Ad for magnificent oil; color reproduction of the Burgomaster by A.M. Boos , 1894 October 29   [Box 3 Notebook 10]

Vol. 131: p. 10

Part 11 , 1895 January 5–1895 August 30

F.E. Ives lecture on natural color photography at Academy of Natural Sci. , 1895 January 5   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Benjamin Constant's 'Return to America' , 1895 January 6   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 January 6   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 20

PAFA Exhibition– E.C. Tarbell's 'Arrangements in Pink and Gray'; Bessie Scott's sculptures , 1895 January 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Art Club election of officers , 1895 January 13   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Art Notes– Nat. Sculp Soc. Meeting, Fourth Annual Ex. Of Cosmopolitan Club of Chicago (Phila. Aartists showing works); T. Earkins portrait of J. McClure Hamilton , 1895 January 13   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 12

J. Sloan illust , 1895 January 15   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

John La Farge lectures at PAFA– style method , 1895 January 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Monument to PA command at Antietam and Chickamanga , 1895 January 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

Lectures by John La Farge at PAFA on principles of art , 1895 January 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Bank at Middletown , 1895 January 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Art Sale at Haseltine gallery– Meissonier, Millet, Huas, Galofre, De. Franceshi and others , 1895 January 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

J. Sloan illust , 1895 January 22   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

J. La Farge lectures at PAFA , 1895 January 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Sketch Club– Bohemia evening of entertainment , 1895 January 27   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 22

J. La Farge lecture at PAFA , 1895 January 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 7

J. Sloan illust , 1895 January 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Models shown at Am. Fire Arts Soceity for Samuel Hahnemann competition , 1895 February 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

PAFA stockholders meeting– review of all works purchased that yr. , 1895 February 5   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

T. Hovenden lectures on art at PAFA , 1895 February 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

T. Hovenden lectures on art at PAFA , 1895 February 9   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

B. Constant's visit Washington stay (portraits painted); Carl Guther , 1895 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

Art Club– Sidney Picken lectures at Art Club on treasures of the Czar; W.M. Chase to lectures at contemporary club , 1895 Feburary 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

J. Sloan illustration , 1895 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 20

J. Sloan illustration , 1895 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 22

Art Notes– Blanche Dillaye, teacher at Ogontz school, responsible for watercolor exhibit of three former students , 1895 February 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 26

Art Club– Water Color exhibition of works by J.B. Sword and F. De B. Richards , 1895 February 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

J. Sloan illust , 1895 February 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 19

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 February 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 20

N.Y.'s statues (editorial) , 1895 February 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Art Club– fifth annual exhibit , 1895 February 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 February 26   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Porter Monument , 1895 March 1   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Grant Mon. Assoc. , 1895 March 1   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 9

Design by E.A. Abbey for Boston Library , 1895 March 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Nss Annual Exhibition; Art Notes– Second Annual Caricature exhibition (PAFA student exhib.); Al Calder to Paris, W. Startain , 1895 March 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 18

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 22

Compte du Mericean collection of ceramics at Davis & Harvey , 1895 March 9   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Planning for Art building by Memorial Hall Committee , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 16

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 19

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 23

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 25

Scholarships in Architecture at College Hall Un. , 1895 March 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 10

Thomas Eakins at Drexel– nude model in mixed class , 1895 March 15   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Art Club's fifth annual watercolor exhibit , 1895 March 15   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

School of Ind. Art visited by MA Legislators , 1895 March 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Fifth annual water color exhibition (Art Club) review of works , 1895 March 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

Art Notes – PAFA exhibition of drawings by M. Raffaeli, C. Grafly's portrait bust of Prof. Gorgden at Drexel , 1895 March 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 16

J. Sloan illust , 1895 March 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 25

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 March 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 28

Sale of Oriental Art at M. Thomas & Sons , 1895 March 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

Art Notes– PAFA exhibition of drawings; Statue of Washington awaiting removal to final site , 1895 March 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 17

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 March 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 23

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 March 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 24

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 March 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 26

Living bronze statues (N.Y.) , 1895 March 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

W.M. Chase testifies on behalf of living bronze statues , 1895 March 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 March 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

Art Notes–Blanche Dillaye works on display at Art Student's Club (MA); Art exhibition at Drexel , 1895 March 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 15

Julia Margaret Cameron, photographer , 1895 March 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 21

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 March 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 23

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 March 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 26

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 April 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Live statue issue in court , 1895 April 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Attempt to blow up Hentz monument (Budapest) , 1895 April 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Lecture on Impressionism by Jean Francois Raffaeli , 1895 April 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Lecture on history of art by Jean Francois Raffaeli , 1895 April 6   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Art Notes– Art Club watercolor exhibit– C.P. Grayson, J. Lauber, C. Mente, Eugene Castello and others– review of works , 1895 April 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 16

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 26

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 10   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 11   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Japanese Art Exhibit at Davis & Harvey (Denkin's collection) , 1895 April 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 13   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Soldier's monument plans adopted by Grant Army of the Republic (Hammonton) , 1895 April 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

PAFA annual report shows deficiency , 1895 April 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

Illust by Everett Shinn– full name appears in signature , 1895 April 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 22

Illust by Everett Shinn– full name appears in signature , 1895 April 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 24

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 April 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 28

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 20   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

Art Club– 'Twilight' , 1895 April 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 19

Proposed Franklin Institute Bldg. , 1895 April 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 9

Monument to Admiral Porter fundraising , 1895 April 27   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 7

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Salon exhibition– Vanishing Day at the Palais de l'Industrie , 1895 April 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 April 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

Salon exhibition– M. Yriarte, Inspector General of the Ministry of Fine Arts , 1895 April 29   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Art Advances– FPAA meets to discuss Daniel Chester French and E. C. Potter, Garfield, McClellan statue funds , 1895 April 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Paris Salon exhibit , 1895 April 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Paris Picture Sale Here– copies of salon paintings distributed by Inquirer , 1895 April 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Paris Picture Sale Here– copies of salon paintings distributed by Inquirer , 1895 Apirl 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 10

Paris Picture Sale Here– copies of salon paintings distributed by Inquirer , 1895 May 1   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 10

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

A City Art Commission Needed' editorial , 1895 May 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Chinese art from Xen period on exhibit at PAFA , 1895 May 3   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Memorial Hall Pofley Collection , 1895 May 5   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 5   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 15

St. James Literary Institute , 1895 May 6   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

H.R. Poore moving to N.Y.– history of life in Phila. , 1895 May 11   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 2

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 May 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

Prominent Women Artists in their cozy studios'– Alice Barber Stevens, Blanche Dillaye, E. Sartain, Ida Waugh , 1895 May 12   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 21

Meade statue illust , 1895 May 13   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Paris Salon reproduction advertised , 1895 May 14   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 9

Movement to Founders of the Republic endorsed , 1895 May 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Photography by Phosphorescence , 1895 May 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 5

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 13

J. Sloan illust , 1895 May 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 14

Fine Arts Society sculpture exhibition– J.Q. Award, C. Bitter, J.S. Hartley, Bessie Potter, Paulding Fenham, F. Macmonnies , 1895 May 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 21

Water colors by Prosper L. Senat , 1895 May 20   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 6

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 22   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

PAFA student art exhibition , 1895 May 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 7

PAFA student exhibition– prizes awarded to H.H. Russell, M. Frantz, WHC Sheppard, other class prizes awarded , 1895 May 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Students Masque Ball at PAFA , 1895 May 26   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 7

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 May 29   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Dedication of Confederate Monument; Everett Shinn Illust. , 1895 May 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

Garfield monument unveiled (Del.) , 1895 May 31   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 7

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 1

World's Columbian Exhibition Medal , 1895 June 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

James Price collection sold at Christies– list paintings , 1895 June 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

J. Sloan illust , 1895 June 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 21

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 20   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 22   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 18

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 23   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 19

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Carl Bitter's 'Transportation' , 1895 June 26   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 3

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 June 26   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 132: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 26   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 27   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 27   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 14

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 15

J. Sloan , 1895 July 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 22

J. Sloan , 1895 July 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 30

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 July 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 August 1   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

John J. Johnson's funeral , 1895 August 2   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 5

Thomas Nast to paint Stratford bust of Shakespeare , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 15

E Shinn illust , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 15

E Shinn illust , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 21

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 4   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 23

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 6   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 7   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 8   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Bas–relief at Church of Incarnation (N.Y.) , 1895 August 8   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 7

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 11   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 15

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 11   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 21

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 11   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 27

Thomas Hovenden Killed , 1895 August 15   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Thomas Hovenden Killed , 1895 August 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Thomas Hovenden Killed , 1895 August 16   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 17   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Hovenden's Funeral , 1895 August 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 15

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 16

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 18   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 22

Everett Shinn illust; Artist's suicide (Evelyn McCormack) , 1895 August 19   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust; Artist's suicide (Evelyn McCormack) , 1895 August 20   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 21   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 22   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 24   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

St. Gauden's statue of Franklin (plaster) , 1895 August 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Everett Shinn (pg. is really 18, misnumbered on newspaper) , 1895 August 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 8

Everett Shinn illust. , 1895 August 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 19

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 25

J. Sloan illust , 1895 August 25   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 27

PAFA– memorial exhibition to T. Hovenden announced , 1895 August 27   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Annie Lawa Morgan, painter , 1895 August 28   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 29   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

P.F. Rothermels, will to be admitted , 1895 August 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Everett Shinn illust , 1895 August 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Art in the Home'– Philadelphia Inquirer Art Supplement , 1895 August 30   [Box 3 Notebook 11]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Part 12 , 1895 September 1–1895 December 31

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 1   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 14

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 1   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 15

J. Sloan illust , 1895 September 1   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 22

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 2   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E. Shinn illust; S.S. Cox monument , 1895 September 4   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

S.S. Cox monument , 1895 September 5   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

PAFA's new faculty (C. Beaux, Joseph DeCamp, Thomas P. Anshutz, and others) , 1895 September 6   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E. Shinn illust. , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E. Shinn illust. , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 20

J. Sloan , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

Sculptor William R. O. Donovan; E. Shinn , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 22

J. Sloan illust , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 24

J. Sloan illust , 1895 September 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 25

Brandywine Battlefield Monument , 1895 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

An Art Comment on Military Parks , 1895 September 10   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 11   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 11   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 12   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 10

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

Some Quaint Old Churches' (illustrations by W.J. Rice) , 1895 September 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

J. Sloan illust , 1895 September 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 23

J. Sloan illust , 1895 September 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 25

Panel of Penn. Veterans during Battle by F. Monyhan , 1895 September 16   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 16   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 18   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Monument of the Ninth Ohio , 1895 September 19   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 19   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Dedication of Battlefield of Chickamauga; E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Dedication of Battlefield of Chickamauga , 1895 September 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Money left for statue of Lafayette to be erected in Prospect Park , 1895 September 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 11

Unveiling of statue of Giribaldi in Rome (sculptor, Gallor) , 1895 September 21   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 21   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

PAFA receives sculpture, new facing on gallery walls , 1895 September 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

Philadelphia Library , 1895 September 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 23

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E. Shinn illust , 1895 September 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 26   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Cornerstone of Methodist Episcopal Church at Fox Chase laid , 1895 September 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 11

Brigade monument design subject of meeting , 1895 September 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 September 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

Firehouse illustrated (architecture) , 1895 September 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Art Club's exhibition of black and white drawings , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

E Shinn illust; 'Art Notes'– PAFA series of exhibitions , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E. Shinn illust. , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 11

J. Sloan illust. , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

Tallest Tower in the world , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 27

Monument to Gwilym Gwent , 1895 October 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 30

E. Shinn illust , 1895 October 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

E Shinn illust , 1895 October 30   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E Shinn illust , 1895 October 31   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 2   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 2   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Nude in Art in Pittsburg , 1895 November 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

Coronation of Virgin of Guadalupe (painting) , 1895 November 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 23

Portrait Show at Met. Museum of famous subjects (G. Stuart, Copley, B. West, etc.) , 1895 November 4   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

E. Shinn illust , 1895 November 5   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Art Association of the Union League purchased in Napoleon's Cuirassiers at Waterloo , 1895 November 5   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Cornerstone of U. of Penn dorms laid , 1895 November 6   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Oriental Splendor at Masonic Temple , 1895 November 10   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 8

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 10   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 11

Excavation of house at Pompei , 1895 November 10   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 28

Portrait exhibit at Metropolitan Museum of Art (400 portraits) , 1895 November 10   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 29

Sculptor Boyle; Swedish exhibition at PAFA links six important art institutes , 1895 November 12   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E. Shinn illust , 1895 November 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 17   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Christ's Church , 1895 November 17   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 18   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 19   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 21   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

(Berlin Art Exhibition Represented, Paris Salon etc.); Exhibition at J.E. Caldwell and Co. (Felix Zelam, Martin Rico, Albert Goesslin, and others.) , 1895 November 21   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Readings Art Exhibition , 1895 November 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

J. Sloan illust , 1895 November 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

Calvert Vaux's death , 1895 November 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

E Shinn illust , 1895 November 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Portrait of Richard Vauv , 1895 November 27   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Swedish exhibit at PAFA (Zorn, Ziljefar's, H. Mosler, Narons, and Van Gilden); E. Shinn , 1895 November 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E. Shinn illust , 1895 November 30   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

J.G. Wilkinson's restored portrait of William Penn , 1895 November 30   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 1   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Plans for Art Museum to be built on Lemon Hill picked out , 1895 December 3   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Prizes awarded for four designs for Art Museums , 1895 December 4   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 6   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Architects angry over award for Art Museum design , 1895 December 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 17

Art Club exhibition– medals awarded to E.J. Tarbell and, F. Macmonnies , 1895 December 8   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 29

Dedication of St. Marks English Lutheran Church , 1895 December 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Statues of Grant and Lincoln in bas–relief unveiled, models were horses of A.J. Cassatt and T. Eakins; BAFA mem. Window , 1895 December 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Design for Art Museum (editorial) , 1895 December 9   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

Design for Art Museum (editorial); E. Shinn illust , 1895 December 11   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

Exposition medals , 1895 December 11   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 12   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 12   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 13   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

U.S. invited to send art entries to exhibition of Fine Arts in Drexel , 1895 December 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Art Gallery Plans (editorial) , 1895 December 14   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 10

Art Museum designs , 1895 December 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

PAFA Sixty–fifth annual exhibition– opening night reception , 1895 December 15   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 17

The Plans for the Park Art Gallery , 1895 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 6

PAFA exhibit– committees who selected works, William L. Elkins prize, Abbey drawings , 1895 December 16   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 18   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 20   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 21   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Statue of Gen. Grant , 1895 December 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

PAFA Sixty–fifth annual exhibiton– C. Beaux, Charles Thajen, Hovenden, Melcher, Pincknell, M.F. Macmonnies; Art Notes– competitions , 1895 December 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 22   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 9

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 23   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 4

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 24   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 25   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

Costly monument wrecked , 1895 December 26   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Fourteenth autumn exhibition at the National Academy , 1895 December 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 3

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

E Shinn illust , 1895 December 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 5

Washington monument depicted , 1895 December 28   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 7

PAFA Exhibition– speculation on awards , 1895 December 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 12

PAFA exhibition entries depicted , 1895 December 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 21

Photographic telescope , 1895 December 29   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 22

Opening of Bourse; E Shinn illust , 1895 December 31   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 1

Bourse (continues from pg. 1) , 1895 December 31   [Box 3 Notebook 12]

Vol. 133: p. 2

Part 13 , 1896 January 1–1896 December 29

E Shinn illust; The Bourse opening , 1896 January 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

E Shinn illust , 1896 January 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Bourse , 1896 January 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 8

E Shinn illust , 1896 January 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Chase's studio to be dismantled , 1896 January 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Art Notes– first foreign scholarship awarded to H.A. MacNeil, J.J. Boyle's Bacon, Art Commission proposed , 1896 January 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 17

E Shinn illust , 1896 January 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Walter Lippincott Prize awarded to W. Picknell , 1896 January 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Matters Artistic– H.A. MacNeil's relief picked for Marquette building in Chicago, MacNeil and A.P. Proctor awarded Rinehart award , 1896 January 12   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Art Club– Daniel Baugh , 1896 January 12   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 29

(PAFA sixty–fifth annual); Art News– Temple medals awarded to Carl Melchers, Humphrey Johnstone, other award winners listed , 1896 January 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 17

Bacon Statue by John J. Boyle viewed by members of Fairmount Art Association , 1896 January 25   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Statue of Sir Isaac Newton by C.E. Pallin (for Congressional Library) , 1896 January 25   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

PAFA prize paintings illust , 1896 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 10

Congressional Library of Congress– character statues , 1896 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 10

An Artist Hero and His Troubles' , 1896 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 24

Tioga Presb. Church; Add for art sale by French Artists at Davis & Harvey's , 1896 January 27   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

George C. Lambdin; Hartranft's Statue , 1896 January 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Watercolors by Paul de Longre , 1896 February 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Haseltine Building Fire– artworks destroyed; Bouguereau, Statuary, H.C. Selons , 1896 February 3   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Hartranft Statue design , 1896 February 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Haseltine Bldg. fire set artist to thinking about insurance , 1896 February 9   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Valentine designs– Mrs. Cleveland's design illust , 1896 February 9   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 30

Art in Gotham– Water Color Society's twenty–ninth annual exhibition (Poster image) , 1896 February 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Roentonen Rays; Max Eglan, art instructor, murdered , 1896 February 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

X–Rays may send pictures by wire , 1896 February 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

The New Photography , 1896 February 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Queen Memory Library , 1896 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Franklin Statue– editorial , 1896 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Dallin I. Newton statue , 1896 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Alma Tadema and his Beautiful Home , 1896 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 29

Bust of Admiral Porter by Leonard Hide Fernelmont , 1896 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Glass collection by artists of Vienna and Venice donated to Penn Museum by citizen– pieces described , 1896 February 20   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Art Club watercolor exhibition, Charles E. Pona exibit. Caricature exhibit, E. Sartain in New England , 1896 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 17

Forgotten Monuments in this City , 1896 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

The Witty and Eccentric Whistler , 1896 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 26

Will H. Low (designs currency) , 1896 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 28

A student of Paris Beaux–Arts , 1896 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 30

Crayon of Washington presented to John S. Hart School , 1896 February 27   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Charles Dana's watercolors of mosque (Art Club), Prosper Senat watercolors, PAFA Glasgow exhibition , 1896 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Sale of William Schaus collection at Am. Art Galleries , 1896 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Poster craze in Philadelphia , 1896 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Municipal Museum , 1896 March 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Trinity Evangelical Church dedicated , 1896 March 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Quay's Medal of honor depicted , 1896 March 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

(decorative); Artist's sketches fro public building, work by artists througout U.S., University Traveling Arch. Scholarship , 1896 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 5

The Shades of Peter Moran, Ch. Grafly, Charles E. Dana, G. Wright, Carl Weber, J. Ferris, S.L. Ferris depicted , 1896 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Ketcham collection (sent from east) , 1896 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 26

Casting of Grant statue at Bureau Brothers , 1896 March 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Proposed Hotel and Arcade for the Girard Estate , 1896 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Proposed Hotel and Arcade for the Girard Estate , 1896 March 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Glasgow pictures at PAFA , 1896 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 17

Glasgow pictures at PAFA; Claude Monet's new series of impressionist works on the Rouen Cathedral; E.A. Abbey , 1896 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 17

Political campaigning succumbs to poster craze , 1896 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 29

Photographic thoughts , 1896 March 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Glasgow pictures (PAFA) , 1896 March 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Architecture as Art , 1896 March 20   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

National photo convention to be held in Jamestown N.Y. , 1896 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Flight from Pompei; Benzon; Statue of Stephen Girard Story's Cleopatra , 1896 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 33

Poster Exhibition– J. Sloan , 1896 March 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Poster exhibition (PAFA); Howard Pyle at Drexel; National Academy exhibition , 1896 March 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 21

Studio and Gallery, [varied topics]; Henry C. Gibson collection to PAFA–Corot, Daubigny, Rousseau, Cowbet, Gerome, others , 1896 April 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 21

Grand Bazaar for Sch. of Ind. Art; Art Club's gold medal; Poster Exhibit (PAFA); E xhibition of the Society of Am. Artists , 1896 April 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 21

Latest in photography , 1896 April 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Linton's "Christ Previous to the Crucifixion" , 1896 April 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 32

Ernest Ange Duez Dead , 1896 April 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

New Mint (architecture); Statue of Winfield Scott Hancock , 1896 April 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Final lecture on French Painters (PAFA) by Kingsley , 1896 April 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Photographic society officers , 1896 April 9   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Grand Bazaar held for Sch. of Industrial Art– Poster Exhibit , 1896 April 9   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Columbia Photo Society , 1896 April 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Louis J. Rhead lectures of Poster Art "The Moral Effects of Artistic Posters" , 1896 April 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Monument to Gen John M. Case (Iowa) , 1896 April 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Art in Furnishing , 1896 April 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

In Art Circles; The Glasgow Exhibition; Competition for decoration of Common Council Chamber; Theo Robinson's death (PAFA) , 1896 April 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Cyrus E. Dallin (sculptor) at Drexel , 1896 April 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Butler monument (Boston) , 1896 April 14   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Mural decoration designs in hands of W.B. Powell (deadline for completion) , 1896 April 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Mural paintings in City Hall– Editorial , 1896 April 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Hancock's statue , 1896 April 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

The Great Paris Salon– behind the scenes proceedings , 1896 April 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Ethel Reed, poster artists , 1896 April 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 31

Grant in Bronze– unveiling of W. Ordway Partidge's statue in Boston , 1896 April 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 18

Among the Artists'– Salon, Champs de Mars , 1896 April 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 24

Art in the Park , 1896 April 30   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Gen. Hancock's Statue , 1896 May 3   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 10

Design for City Hall , 1896 May 3   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 18

Statues unveiled at Roman Catholic Church (Our Lady of Lourdes) , 1896 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Disston Mausoleum , 1896 May 5   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

A. Beardsley near death , 1896 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Opening of the Centennial 20 years ago , 1896 May 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

The Arnold Mansion , 1896 May 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 9

Hancock statue unveiling , 1896 May 12   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Hancock statue unveiling , 1896 May 14   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Water Color and oil painting exhibition at Drexel Institute , 1896 May 14   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Portrait of E.S. Houston , 1896 May 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Save City Hall , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Set design from 'Miss Philadelphia' , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 20

Mural painting in Philadelphia (city hall) , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 21

Proposed Plaza for City Hall , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Fire and Fire Insurance signs , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 26

Illustrators Club (illustrated) , 1896 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 27

Presbyterian Church of Chester , 1896 May 18   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Garfield Monument, plans for unveiling , 1896 May 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Choosing of model for statue of Stephen Girard , 1896 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Designs submitted for mural in City Hall (editorial) , 1896 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Philadelphia– landmarks, growth , 1896 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 13

The Barnes Memorial (cornerstone laid) , 1896 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Art and Artists; FPAA views models of Girard , 1896 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 19

T. Edison's vitascope– pictures thrown on screen , 1896 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 24

Our Fountains and their histories' , 1896 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Meade Statue (unveiling) , 1896 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 37

Exhibition of student works at Drexel , 1896 May 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Garfield Monument , 1896 May 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Exhibition of student works (Public Industrial Art School) , 1896 May 26   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 11

City Hall mural design– Joseph De Camp's design choosen by committee , 1896 May 27   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 11

FPAA views mural designs for City Hall , 1896 May 28   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

PAFA awards student prizes (Toppan, Traveling scholarship) , 1896 May 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Women's School of Design closing exercises , 1896 May 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 11

Public Industrial Art School closing exercises , 1896 May 30   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 2

Garfield's Statue , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Garfield's Statue; continued , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 11

Statue of Washington in Front of State house; Memorial Window to Gen. Lewis Merrill; Goodman Bust , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 3

In the Realm of Art – De Camp mural, Gibson collection (PAFA), school exhibits , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 20

Monument of the Red Bark battlefield , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 20

Art in the Park , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 27

Traveling Scholarship at Penn. (designs submitted by students) , 1896 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 134: p. 36

In Studio and Gallery– T–Square club, Anna Lea Merritt, sculptor at Ch. Art. Institute; Chanier Paris Scholarship , 1896 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 24

Farewell to the Cigar Store Indian'– use of images in advertisments , 1896 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 30

Millets' Model for the Angelus , 1896 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 34

F. Gutekust photo of Major McLainley , 1896 November 2   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 5

The Fine Art– first annual exhibition in Carnegie Ad Galleries; Samuel Murray, sculptor, Cyrus E. Dallin at Drexel , 1896 November 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 37

Monuments damaged in Northwood Cemetery , 1896 November 10   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Art in Needlework– Convent of Notre Dame , 1896 November 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Marlborough Churchill Collection at Thomas Galleries (Chestnut Street) , 1896 November 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 5

PAFA student exhibition , 1896 November 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Studio and Gallery'; Geroge Gray Bernhard, sculptor, makes debut in N.Y. , 1896 November 15   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 19

Alcohol in the Arts , 1896 November 19   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 1

Model of bronze statue of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin completed (fivestone) , 1896 November 20   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Exhibit of French, Dutch, and Spanish paintings at J.E. Caldwell , 1896 November 21   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

PAFA– free exhibition, courtesy of Civic Club , 1896 November 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 2

(Review of works and exhibition as whole); Art Club's exhibit– C. Beaux, Robert Vonnoh, H.H. Breckinridge, DeCamp, J.J. Boyle , 1896 November 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 22

MacMonnies "Bacchante" outdoor statue placed outside (Boston Art Commission) , 1896 November 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 22

Art Calendar by Youth Publishing Co; Davis and Harvey auction of oriental art , 1896 November 28   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Art in Western Pennsylvania'– Exhibition of Current art at Carnegie Library building; New York Art; 'Art News' , 1896 November 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 23

Art News'– Sloan and Glackens mural for PAFA; 'New York Art'– National Academy autumn exhibit , 1896 November 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 23

City Hall in Camden– tower in danger , 1896 December 3   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Art Club– Gold Medal awarded to Edward W. Redfield , 1896 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 10

Art Club Nominations' , 1896 December 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 10

Christ Protestant Episcopal Church cornerstone laying (Yeranngo and Sixth, Phila) , 1896 December 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 11

News of the studio , 1896 December 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 22

Remarkable Idol at Germantown , 1896 December 6   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 25

Doyestowns New Bank , 1896 December 7   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 5

Bacharte of Boston Library rejected by Baptist Ministry , 1896 December 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 1

Bacharte of Boston Library rejected by Baptist Ministry , 1896 December 8   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Amateur photographic exhibition, prizes to be awarded , 1896 December 11   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Memorial Surgical building to Dr. Hayes Agnew , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 2

W. Chase answers questions related to views on art (PAFA) , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Congressional Library depicted (D.C.) , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 10

Exhibitions in review, prizes awarded at Carnegie Art Galleries, Quartier Latin , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 24

Club established for women artists in Catskills, M.A. Stirrling Calder's 'Dr. Gross' , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 24

Female Taste in Pictures' , 1896 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 35

Barnes Memorial dedicated , 1896 December 14   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 7

E.T. Snow approinted Phila. Art Commissioner for Tennessee Centennial Exposition , 1896 December 16   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 2

PAFA's sixty–sixth annual exhibition (works depicted) , 1896 December 20   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 18

Strange Relics unearthed' , 1896 December 20   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Artists fined for nude photo of Rose Blumefield , 1896 December 22   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 1

Portrait of Dr. J.C. Gilbert presented to School , 1896 December 23   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Among the Artists– T–Square Club, Art Club exhibit at Bourse, PAFA student ball , 1896 December 27   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 18

Florence Fishblate's work at Earle's gallery , 1896 December 29   [Box 4 Notebook 13]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Part 14 , 1896 June 1–1896 October 29

A precious relic– 1st house ever built in Minneapolis given a place of honor , 1896 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Special Notice– Fairmount Park Art Ass'n , 1896 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 8

Caught on the Fly– Statue of Joan of Arc , 1896 June 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Reception to Mr. Baiegh– Art Club , 1896 June 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Answers to correspondents– Miriam– Bas Relief on wall of lobby of Broad Street Station [n.b. now located in 30th street station] , 1896 June 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

On to Gettysburg– unveiling of Meade and Hancock status , 1896 June 3   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

To inspect the museums , 1896 June 3   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

A fine playground– Dickinson Square resolution to keep museum in Independence Hall open until 10 pm vetored , 1896 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Germantown's New Church; 1st Methodist Episcopal–style perpendicular gothic , 1896 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Feathered Aristocrats– Ad for Beautiful picture for framing in next Sunday's Inquirer , 1896 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 11

Commercial Museum , 1896 June 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 11

A State's Tribute; Equestrian statues of Meade and Hancock unveiled at Gettysburg– on 2 , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 1

A State's tribute [continued] , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Industrial Art School; graduation exercises of PA Museum and School of Industrial Art , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

A few suggestions– curriculum in public school– drawing , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

The Gettysburg Statues (editorial) , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Special Notices– Drexel Institute Examinations for Admission , 1896 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 9

She is a favorite– Charles D. Gibson's 'Debutante' , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Old Church Edifices; Old Swedes Church , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

A Winning design; Peace monument at Appomatox , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

AA in the Orient– Daniel Baugh grapically describes his visit to Japan and China , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Drawing and Painting– Temple graduates , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 7

In the World of Art– Closing of the Schools [for the summer]; grads of Drexel , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 11

Julia Stevenson; from a photograph by Miss Frances B. Johnston , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 20

Here is a decided novelty; A photo frame in next Sunday's Inquirer (ad) , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 22

Methods [of exhibition] at the Wistan institute , 1896 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 28

Public interest aroused by unveiling of Meade and Hancock statues , 1896 June 8   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Prize drawings submitted to Pennsylvania museum– judges Alice Barber Stephenson, Thomas Anschutz, and Howard Stratton , 1896 June 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Work of Students; Eccentric and Hauseatic published at Drexel , 1896 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

The Library and the Museum [commercial museum] , 1896 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

New River Drive– suggestion made by Garfield Monument Committee , 1896 June 11   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Battle Monuments; The Great Rebellion reprinted from the Inquirer of 31 years ago , 1896 June 11   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Building Plans; Phila. Museum; Penn's University Museum , 1896 June 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 10

Drexel alumni , 1896 June 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 11

Commencement Day– Drexel Institute; Prize Winners– Result of the Art Contest under the patronage of the Museum , 1896 June 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

The Sherman Statue and the sculptors; Last Sat. a statue of Ben. Franklin unveiled in Chicago , 1896 June 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Portrait Presentation– James Rhodes , 1896 June 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Alumni at odds– Drexel , 1896 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 7

Famous Historical Chairs– ill. , 1896 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 25

Precious stones in collections , 1896 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 29

The Birth of the Flag by Weisgerber 1st shown in Phil. Today; ad for Wanamakers , 1896 June 15   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Confederate Monument unveiled , 1896 June 16   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 12

The Phila. Designs in N.Y.– City Hall murals; Sherman Statue , 1896 June 20   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Exhibition at Northeast Manual Training School , 1896 June 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 6

Beauty Poses on a Couch fad for being photographed lying down , 1896 June 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 26

Greatest of Museums– Phila. , 1896 June 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 27

The New Fashions in Wall Papers (ill.) , 1896 June 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 28

Noted artists owed Bouguereau and Gardner , 1896 June 22   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 1

Photographers to meet , 1896 June 22   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Independence Hall as it will appear after Restoration , 1896 June 27   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Girard's Statue , 1896 June 29   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Drexel's Big Celebration; Monument to Jefferson Davis , 1896 July 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

Monument to General Warren unveiled in Brooklyn , 1896 July 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Washington's statues , 1896 July 11   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

An Exhibition of Art– Lithography , 1896 July 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 5

Judge's Room at City Hall , 1896 July 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Cecilia Beaux does first ill. for Scribner's , 1896 July 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 9

Their 1st Century– Lithographers , 1896 July 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Neille Kuck wins bronze medal of Royal Drawing Society of London for "Young Saint Cecelia"– ill , 1896 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 27

Monument to the late Victor Emmanuel– Milan , 1896 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 34

Flooded with Light Market and Chestnut Streets to be beautified in the evening , 1896 July 30   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

A Splendid Reredos– St. Timothy's Church, Roxborough , 1896 July 30   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

Beautiful Wissahickon– It's Old Time Blgs; David Rittenhouse birthplace, Old Fish House ill. , 1896 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 12

On Antietam's Field monument erection ill. , 1896 August 3   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 5

News of State; Exhibition of Art at Mt. Gretna; Pennsylvania Chautaqua [festival] , 1896 August 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Hidden for Centuries– Antique Silver Coin found– archaeology , 1896 August 8   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 2

Discoveries in Egypt– archaeology– papyri, pottery, coins excavations in Fayum , 1896 August 8   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

Pansies ad Art supplement for next Sunday's Inquirer , 1896 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 5

Personal– Advertisement for nude pictures , 1896 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 14

Women art students in paris , 1896 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Fan painting , 1896 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Leaf painting , 1896 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Cultivating color personality (for women in fashion and portraits) , 1896 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

The Nude in Boston [editorial]; new silver certificate w/ St. Gauden's nude boy, nude statue of Baccus by Mac Monnies for McKim's , 1896 August 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Death of Sir John Millais Obit. , 1896 August 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 1

Art Schools of Paris ill.; Ecole de Beaux arts, Julians, Colarossi, Vitto , 1896 August 16   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 32

Wm. M. Chase to come teach at PAFA; Cecelia Beaux, Anshutz, Grafly and other instructors mentioned , 1896 August 19   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Millais laid to rest , 1896 August 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 9

Monument to the private soldier (ill.) by Frank Gaul , 1896 August 23   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 33

Wm. M. Chase and PAFA (editorial) , 1896 August 24   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Practical joke on the Carnegie Museum , 1896 August 26   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Raising money for a monument to Hahnemann; Charles B. Niehaus, NY– sculptor ill. , 1896 August 27   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

An Ancient City; archaeological researchers in Nineveh, Babylon (editorial) , 1896 August 31   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Costly Tower [City Hall?] , 1896 September 2   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Drexel Institute Ad; Howard Pyle (ill.) , 1896 September 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 10

School of Industrial Art of the Pa. Museum ad. (ill.) , 1896 September 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Places of learning around Phila.; Drexel Institute; School of Illustration– H. Pyle , 1896 September 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 12

Ninth and Arch Museum opening curiosities/freak show , 1896 September 6   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 18

Artist's Queen Suit Peter Toretti's paintings of Christ rejected by St. Jeronomes Hungarian Church, Hazelton , 1896 September 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Smithsonian Institution; Celebration of semi–centennial , 1896 September 8   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Academy Art Notes– Wm. M. Chase; cast of Venus of Milo, etc. , 1896 September 10   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Monument to Francis Daniel Pastorious, one of the founders of Germantown , 1896 September 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

She paints anatomical charts– Minnie Allegne , 1896 September 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Veterans ready for Antietam Monument dedication (on 2), ill. , 1896 September 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

Death of an Architect– T. Roney Williamson , 1896 September 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Restoring Independence Hall (ill.) , 1896 September 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 35

Natural Sciences Museum opening , 1896 September 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

A memorial stone unveiled in Merion commemorates encampment of Washington's army, Sept. 1777 , 1896 September 15   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Palatial rooms for Mr. Warwick; Mayor's new quarters for City Hall (ill.) , 1896 September 16   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Fresco Painters Appear , 1896 September 16   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Ground broken for Paris Exposition of 1900 , 1896 September 25   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

A new public hall– Horticultural Hall , 1896 September 27   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Exhibition of Beauty and Art– ad , 1896 September 27   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 4

Fair woman's form, past and present– Venus de Milo– Am. Girl of today (ill.) , 1896 September 27   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 30

The Magazines– discusses ill.– sculpture, Godey's Scribner's , 1896 September 28   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Magnificent home for horticulture (ill.) , 1896 October 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Death of William Morris (editorial) , 1896 October 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Proxy for Mrs. Astor–ill.; minature show at National Academy of Design, posing for minatures , 1896 October 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 26

Aquarelle Portraits– tinting photos , 1896 October 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 36

The Artist World Astir– opening of the schools PAFA Wm. M. Chase' Cecelia Beaux, Charles Grafly; School of Design; Drexel institute; Howard Pyle and others; Glackens; Henry , 1896 October 4   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 37

Comment upon new publications, discusses ill. , 1896 October 5   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Delegates Chosen– The Paint Club , 1896 October 7   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Du Maurier dead, ill. , 1896 October 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 1

The Death of G. du Maurier (editorial) , 1896 October 9   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Pictures for the Park– Carlo Crevelli for memorial hall hondecoeter , 1896 October 10   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Paint Men will have their turn (on 2); Nat'l Paint, Oil and Varnish Assn. Convention , 1896 October 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Comment upon new publications– A.J. Drexel Biddel's new book 'The Madeira Islands, The Froggy Fairy Book' , 1896 October 12   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Eng. Newspaper notices of death of Du Maurier , 1896 October 13   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 6

Art Innovation– School of Industrial Art students to work together on partially draped models , 1896 October 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

German relics on Display– Hist. Society of PA. , 1896 October 14   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 5

Painters and Paintings– 66th annual exhib. At PAFA, etc.; Drexel Institute–130 students in art , 1896 October 18   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 39

Literary notes (comments on New Pub.), discusses ill. , 1896 October 19   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Academens(?) Museum Formally opened– Natural Sciences, ill. , 1896 October 21   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 3

Art and Artists– Mural ptg, Am. Academy in Rome; Women sculptors– Cecelia Beaux, etc , 1896 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

Fans Thousands of years old, ill. , 1896 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 27

The Making of Campaign Banners, ill. , 1896 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 32

Literary notes (comments on New Pub.), discusses ill.; Howard Pyle , 1896 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 11

New Mint Bldg. for Phila., ill. , 1896 October 29   [Box 4 Notebook 14]

Vol. 135: p. 7

Series II. Other newspapers , 1886–1892
Subseries II.1. Philadelphia Evening Call, 1886–1887
Part 1 , 1886 January 5–1886 December 31

Sketch Club Officers , 1886 January 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 1: p. 1

Photo Society of Philadelphia , 1886 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 2: p. 1

The Camera , 1886 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 3: p. 7

Cecelia Beaux moves her studio , 1886 January 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 4: p. 1

The Art Photographic , 1886 January 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 5: p. 7

Photographic Lectures at PAFA; McClellan Memorial Association , 1886 January 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 6: p. 1

Philadelphia Artists at Amer. Watercolor Society, PAFA photo lec… , 1886 January 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 7: p. 1

Photographic Prizes , 1886 January 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 8: p. 7

Torrie portrait of Judge Hanna , 1886 January 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 9: p. 1

Phila Society of Artist Reception , 1886 January 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 10: p. 1

Phoebe Nott exhibited at Salmagundi Club , 1886 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 11: p. 1

Frank Moss ptgs; Amer. Art Exhibit; Salmagundi Exhibit , 1886 January 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 12: p. 1

School of Industrial Art , 1886 January 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 13: p. 7

Statues & Fairmount Park Association , 1886 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 14: p. 1

One of Our Phila. Artists-- D.R. Knight & Else Etchings , 1886 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 15: p. 5

A New Art Club , 1886 January 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 16: p. 7

English Watercolors at P.A.F.A. , 1886 February 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 17: p. 7

Panorama of Battle of Missionary Ridge , 1886 February 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 18: p. 7

Pictures at Hazeltine's Gallery & Art Classes , 1886 February 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 19: p. 5

In Crowded Quarters…An Art Collection Which the Public Never sees , 1886 February 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 20: p. 8

Interior Decorations , 1886 February 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 21: p. 8

Grand Army Men to Boycott a Panorama , 1886 February 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 22: p. 1

Great Art related to clear diction , 1886 February 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 23: p. 4

Ad for sale of paintings , 1886 February 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 24: p. 5

Sale of D'Huyvetter Collection , 1886 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 25: p. 7

Literature & Art , 1886 February 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 26: p. 5

Art Students to Organize a League , 1886 February 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 27: p. 7

Statue of Washington at Independence Hall is Dirty , 1886 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 28: p. 1

Art Notes: Amer. Art Assoc, NY; Studio Dec. Departure of Phil Artist , 1886 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 29: p. 5

The New Art Students League , 1886 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 30: p. 7

A Monument for McClellan , 1886 February 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 31 : p. 7

"The Artist's Love" a short story , 1886 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 32: p. 1

Frank Moss leaves for New York & Oil Portrait at Earle's Gallery , 1886 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 33: p. 1

Art Faiths-- How the Old ideals are Beginning to Lose their charm , 1886 February 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 34: p. 1

PAFA receives Gilbert Stewart portait of Elizabeth Bordley , 1886 February 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 35: p. 1

McClellan Monument Committee & Hancock Memorial Fund , 1886 February 27   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 36: p. 7

Art Notes: Illus. A Frost, Morgan Collection, New Art Magazine… , 1886 March 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 37: p. 5

Beethoven Statue Association , 1886 March 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 38: p. 1

Art Sale--Framed Engravings, Colored Photographs, etchings, etc , 1886 March 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 39: p. 7

Emily Sartain completes portrait of late Mrs. Beech on view at Earle's , 1886 March 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 40: p. 1

Statue of Dumar to Paris Blackened , 1886 March 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 41: p. 5

17th Reception of Phila. Soc. Of Artists to be held at PAFA , 1886 March 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 42: p. 1

Filthy state of Washington statue in front of State House , 1886 March 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 43: p. 1

Germania Orchestra to Perform at Reception of Phila. Soc. of Artists , 1886 March 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 44: p. 1

George C. Lambdin paintings at Earle's Gallery , 1886 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 45: p. 1

Society of Artists exhibition at PAFA to run several days , 1886 March 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 46: p. 1

Richard Belt Convicted Fashionable London sculptor sent to prison , 1886 March 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 47: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Meeting , 1886 March 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 48: p. 7

Gift to Union League , 1886 March 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 49: p. 7

Literary & Art Notes: Artists; Philadelphia Studios , 1886 March 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 50: p. 5

Art Notes: Humor , 1886 March 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 51: p. 1

Fairmount Park Art Association Meeting , 1886 March 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 52: p. 1

Exhibition of private collection of watercolors belonging to Richards , 1886 March 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 53: p. 7

Committee to errect monument to John McCullough , 1886 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 54: p. 3

Editorial comment on proposed monument to John Gough , 1886 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 55: p. 4

Lectures on Art Subjects J. Liberty Tadd's Saturday Evening Course , 1886 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 56: p. 7

Sale of Antique Furniture, Statuary, etc. , 1886 March 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 57: p. 7

Memorial Statues in Fairmount Park , 1886 March 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 58: p. 4

Thomas Nast , 1886 March 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 59: p. 4

Art in the Park [Fairmount] , 1886 March 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 60: p. 7

Anecdote about mother of Sculptor Anne Whitney , 1886 March 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 61: p. 4

New Memorial Window in Tabernacle Presbyterian Church , 1886 March 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 62: p. 1

Funds come in slowly for McClellan Memorial in Fairmount Park , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 63: p. 1

Ex–Attorney General's Portraits , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 64: p. 3

Anne Whitney's Statue of "Leif the Horseman" to be exhibited , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 65: p. 4

Sir John Millais picture "Ruddier than a Cherry" Completed , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 66: p. 4

Movement begun in Chicago for Monument to War , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 67: p. 6

Beethoven Memorial Association Meeting , 1886 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 68: p. 7

Competition for Statue of Queen Anne in London , 1886 April 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 69: p. 4

McClellan Mon. Committee Meeting , 1886 April 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 70: p. 7

Exhibition of Ladies' Decorative Art Club , 1886 April 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 71: p. 1

Statue dedication: ex–Senator Ben Hill in Atlanta , 1886 April 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 72: p. 4

Fairmount Park Affairs: Crayon portrait of Eli K. Price accepted , 1886 April 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 73: p. 7

A Great Man: Leonardo Da Vinci , 1886 April 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 74: p. 8

Fundraising in South for Stonewall Jackson Memorial , 1886 April 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 75: p. 4

Oil Portait of Col. Robt. P Dechert placed in 2nd Regiment Armory , 1886 April 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 76: p. 1

Penn. Museum & School oF Industrial Arts Collection , 1886 April 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 77: p. 1

"Art for All"– new monthly Newspaper issued , 1886 April 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 78: p. 7

Philadelphians have pictures in National Academy Exhibition in NY , 1886 April 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 79: p. 1

5 models for Pastorious Memorial on view at G.A.R. in Germantown , 1886 April 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 80: p. 1

Fire at PAFA w/ List of Pictures Damaged , 1886 April 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 81: p. 7

Decline of Art of Fan Painting , 1886 April 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 82: p. 5

No Further Appeal for a Monument to McCullough , 1886 April 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 83: p. 7

Childs presents casts of Lincoln mask and hands to His. Soc. Of PA , 1886 April 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 84: p. 1

Art Notes: Wm Richards, Phoebe Natt, Frank Stevens, etc , 1886 April 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 85: p. 5

Drawings for Kent's "Larmia" on view at Earle's , 1886 April 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 86: p. 1

Ad for George C. Newman– Art Dealer , 1886 April 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 87: p. 5

Crusade against nude in art in Montreal , 1886 April 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 88: p. 3

Notice on Sale of Hrace Vernet is "Judith w/ Head of Holofernes" , 1886 April 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 89: p. 4

Private Viewing of Cecelia Beaux's latest picture, critique , 1886 April 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 90: p. 7

Vereshagin's Picture Exhibition in Berlin , 1886 April 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 91: p. 2

George Lambdin sent "Reverie" to NY for exhibition , 1886 April 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 92: p. 1

Miss Van Trump & Lewis close studios for the season , 1886 April 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 93: p. 1

Comment on Crusade against nude art in Montreal , 1886 April 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 94: p. 4

The Nude in Art , 1886 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 95: p. 4

The Peachblow Vase re: Walters' Collection in Baltimore , 1886 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 96: p. 5

Art & Artists , 1886 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 97: p. 7

Berlin Art Exhibition , 1886 April 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 98: p. 2

Literature & Art , 1886 April 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 99: p. 8

The Bartholdi Pedestal to Receive its Cap , 1886 April 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 100: p. 2

Brush & Pallette, Exhibition of work of Philadelphians , 1886 April 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 101: p. 7

The New Art Club , 1886 April 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 102: p. 7

Pedestal for Bartholdi Statue in NY Harbor , 1886 April 24   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 103: p. 4

Picture of U.S. Grant given to GAR post by George W. Childs , 1886 April 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 104: p. 1

Exhibition of Pictures– of Frank Moss & C. Phillipp Weber , 1886 April 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 105: p. 7

E. Tillingham painting of Falls of Schuykill , 1886 April 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 106: p. 1

Phil Soc. Artists to sell paintings at auction to contribute to PAFA , 1886 April 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 107: p. 7

A fine work of Art– Dodson's – exhibited at Earle's Gallery , 1886 April 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 108: p. 5

The French Salon– 93 American Artists among exhibitors , 1886 May 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 109: p. 3

Bostonian Albert Munsell admitted to Ecole des Beaux Arts , 1886 May 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 110: p. 4

Bartholdi has 2 pictures on view at Paris Salon , 1886 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 111: p. 4

Henry Bacon– American Artist in Paris , 1886 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 112: p. 4

Art & Artists: Notes on Philadelphia Artists , 1886 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 113: p. 5

The Garfield Monuments in Cleveland , 1886 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 114: p. 3

Ezekial the Sculptor--the Great American Artist in Rome , 1886 May 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 115: p. 1

Bust of Rhode Island Senator Anthony by J.F. Brines , 1886 May 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 116: p. 5

About Magazine "Art for All" , 1886 May 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 117: p. 8

Bierstadt's Pictures Stolen, not lost in fire at artist's Tarrytown home , 1886 May 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 118: p. 2

Keyser's statue of De Kalb to be unveiled at Annapolis , 1886 May 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 119: p. 4

"The Ivory Crucifix" , 1886 May 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 120: p. 1

Models strike at Pittburgh's School of Design , 1886 May 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 121: p. 2

Millais' painting "Bubbles" sold , 1886 May 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 122: p. 4

Note on Whistler , 1886 May 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 123: p. 4

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Moss move their studios to N.Y. , 1886 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 124: p. 1

Dedication of New Art Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio , 1886 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 125: p. 2

Ad for N. Swellenburg & Co. , 1886 May 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 126: p. 8

Death of Artist Arthur Quarterly in New York , 1886 May 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 127: p. 1

McClellan Memorial Association , 1886 May 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 128: p. 1

Anne Whitney Statue of Harriet Mautineau to be placed at Wellesley , 1886 May 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 129: p. 2

Among the Artists-- Geromo Ferris, Ida Waugh, Emily Sartain… , 1886 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 130: p. 5

Statue of Confederate Soldier unveiled at New Orleans , 1886 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 131: p. 7

Monument to J.E.B. Stuart to be erected on Yellow Tavern battlefield , 1886 May 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 132: p. 4

Artist George E. Essig presents painting to Mayor Smith , 1886 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 133: p. 1

Work for George Chambdin and Ida Waugh at Earle's Gallery , 1886 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 134: p. 1

A Pig Feet Man's Venture in Art , 1886 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 135: p. 2

Ballis Statue of Daniel Webster to be viewed in Concord, N.H. , 1886 May 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 136: p. 5

Paintings & Drawings of M. De Nevville auctioned in Paris , 1886 May 27   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 137: p. 4

Movement in Lexington VA for Stonewall Jackson Monument , 1886 May 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 138: p. 4

School of Industrial Art Exhibition at Memorial Hall , 1886 May 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 139: p. 1

American Paintings Exhibited at R.A. in London– Sargent & Morritt , 1886 May 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 140: p. 1

Statues to Military Heroes , 1886 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 141: p. 7

D.C. French making marble bust of Senator Sherman , 1886 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 142: p. 4

Bronze Statue of Garfield for Cincinnati , 1886 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 143: p. 4

Statue of Gen. Chanzy at Paris Salon , 1886 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 144: p. 4

Moses Ezekiel bust of Liszt , 1886 June 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 145: p. 4

Boehm's Memorial of Gordon for St. Paul's in London , 1886 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 146: p. 4

Literature & Art , 1886 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 147: p. 5

John Wanamaker to publish weekly children's magazine , 1886 June 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 148: p. 1

Missionary Ridge Cyclorama fined for being open on Sunday , 1886 June 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 149: p. 7

Boston Soc. Of Architects trying to raise $5,000 for Memorial , 1886 June 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 150: p. 4

Obituary of E.Smith, founder & president of Daughters of Aesthetics , 1886 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 151: p. 1

Improved photography-- with an airbrush , 1886 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 152: p. 1

Memorial Statue to St. Herbert correspondent– London Mem. Post , 1886 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 153: p. 4

Pictures for the Clubs , 1886 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 154: p. 7

Art & Artists– W.T. Richards, Prosper l. Senat, W.H. Wilson , 1886 June 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 155: p. 7

Pictures of Prominent Philadelphians to be shown at Oak Hall , 1886 June 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 156: p. 7

Oil portrait of Prof. Proctor placed in Dartmouth College Art Gallery , 1886 June 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 157: p. 4

Missionary Ridge Panorama to close on Sundays , 1886 June 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 158: p. 7

The Welsh Memorial in Fairmount Park , 1886 June 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 159: p. 7

Re: Fire at PAFA , 1886 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 160: p. 1

Portrait of Late Mass .Governor Talbot placed in State House , 1886 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 161: p. 4

A Unique Photograph Gallery , 1886 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 162: p. 6

Military Statues , 1886 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 163: p. 7

The Military Statue Controversy– editorial , 1886 June 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 164: p. 4

Protest of McClellan Statue by Pastor Clubb , 1886 June 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 165: p. 1

The Welsh Memorial , 1886 June 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 166: p. 3

Literary & Art Notes-- Fred Waugh, Eliz. R. Pennell , 1886 June 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 167: p. 7

Bartholdi to create monument to Vereingetoria , 1886 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 168: p. 4

The Paris Salon , 1886 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 169: p. 5

Graduation Exercises for Women's School of Design at LaSalle , 1886 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 170: p. 7

The New Art Club– Membership Roll , 1886 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 171: p. 7

AA & Artists: Cecilia Beaux, Pheobe Natt, Stephen Parrish , 1886 June 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 172: p. 5

Whistler painting portrait of Lady Colin Campbell , 1886 June 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 173: p. 5

Mercie Monument at Paris Salon for grave of Louis Philippe , 1886 June 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 174: p. 5

Franz von Laubach to paint portrait of Queen Marguerite of Italy , 1886 June 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 175: p. 4

W.H. Howe gets honorable mention at Paris Salon , 1886 June 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 176: p. 4

Low–Priced Pictures-- How they are made and how people are swindled , 1886 July 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 177: p. 5

Fine Photographic Work , 1886 July 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 178: p. 7

Artist Alexander F. Oakey found , 1886 July 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 179: p. 8

Lincoln's Portait , 1886 July 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 180: p. 5

Fashionable Wine Rooms overrun with women to see the paintings , 1886 July 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 181: p. 1

A German Novelists Portrait– Gustav Fraytag , 1886 July 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 182: p. 2

Fairmount Park Art Assoc. hopes to close Grant Memorial Fund 23rd , 1886 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 183: p. 1

Catholic Fountain in Fairmount Park in disrepair , 1886 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 184: p. 4

Bismarck sends photo–portrait to Pres. Cleveland , 1886 July 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 185: p. 5

Girl Photographers-- in Chicago , 1886 July 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 186: p. 8

The Grant Memorial Fund; A.J. Drexel– Treas. Of Citizen's Fund , 1886 July 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 187: p. 7

Gertrude Garrigues--philosophical studies on art , 1886 July 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 188: p. 8

Note on W.W. Story , 1886 July 24   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 189: p. 5

Portraits of G. Washington and B. Moran presented to Philadelphia , 1886 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 190: p. 1

Editorial comment on preponderance of Amateur photographers , 1886 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 191: p. 4

Movement in Austria to erect monument to Radeteky , 1886 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 192: p. 5

Unveiling of Genoa's movement to Victor Emmanuel , 1886 July 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 193: p. 5

J. Allen Schaadt, artist of the Daily News , 1886 July 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 194: p. 1

W.J. Campbell's collection of Jefferson Portaits , 1886 July 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 195: p. 1

Franz von Leubach's portraits of Italy's King and Queen , 1886 July 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 196: p. 8

Monument to Bismark at Lippechne, Germany , 1886 July 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 197: p. 8

Re: Monument funds in New York , 1886 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 198: p. 4

Sidney H. Morse, sculptor, to portray Forrest & Cushman in Boston , 1886 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 199: p. 5

Dr. J.S.A. Fogg's collection of autographs , 1886 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 200: p. 5

Biographical Sketch of Sculptor Henry Kirke Brown– died July 1886 , 1886 August 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 201: p. 1

Bust of poet Freytag commissioned for Royal National Gallery , 1886 August 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 202: p. 5

Plans for monument to 71st Penn Reg at Gettysburg , 1886 August 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 203: p. 1

What is Culture , 1886 August 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 204: p. 4

Boys & Girls as Models. Mites of Humanity… , 1886 August 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 205: p. 8

Monument to De Kalb at Annapolis to be unveiled August 16 , 1886 August 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 206: p. 5

Grant Memorial Window erected in Library Hall by G.W. Childs , 1886 August 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 207: p. 5

Franz von Lehnbach completing portrait of Bismarck , 1886 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 208: p. 5

Munich dealer purchases exclusive rights to photographs of castles , 1886 August 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 209: p. 5

Crayon portait of Gen Ord by Stokes given to Penn Reserve Post , 1886 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 210: p. 1

Tableaux at Catskill Grand Hotel , 1886 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 211: p. 1

Funds being raised for monument to Gen.– former TX senator , 1886 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 212: p. 5

Colored Men to Erect a Monument , 1886 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 213: p. 7

Bartholdi's statue of "Liberty Enlightening the World" , 1886 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 214: p. 8

Boston Committee to erect memorial to H.H. Richardson , 1886 August 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 215: p. 5

Excavations at Pompeii , 1886 August 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 216: p. 8

The Grant Memorial , 1886 August 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 217: p. 4

Joseph Temple's Gift for art (to PAFA) , 1886 August 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 218: p. 7

The Monument to Garfield , 1886 August 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 219: p. 2

Advertisement for Geo. C. Newman , 1886 August 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 220: p. 5

Artist Waldo Guest of Baltimore commits suicide , 1886 August 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 221: p. 2

Literature & Art , 1886 August 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 222: p. 8

Photography from a Balloon , 1886 August 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 223: p. 3

About Monuments– a poem by Wm. Lyle , 1886 August 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 224: p. 4

Artist Charles C. Perkins of Boston killed , 1886 August 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 225: p. 2

Education in Art– Additional facilities for students at the PAFA , 1886 August 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 226: p. 7

John Sartain Fine Arts Director for American Exhibition in London , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 227: p. 1

Asbury Park Memorial Window-- dedicated to U.S. Grant , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 228: p. 2

Death of an Art patron Joseph E. Temple , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 229: p. 4

"What New York really wants" Re: Grant Monument , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 230: p. 4

"Better than Marble Statues" monument mov't among colored people , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 231: p. 4

Literature and Art , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 232: p. 5

Death of Joseph Temple-- Sketch of his life , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 233: p. 7

The Goddess on the Dome [of U.S. Capitol] , 1886 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 234: p. 8

Joseph Temple's Funeral , 1886 August 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 235: p. 7

Colored photos at Brownings' on Chestnut Street , 1886 September 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 236: p. 1

Funeral of Joseph Temple , 1886 September 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 237: p. 7

Bronze Statues-- a visit to the workshops in which they are made , 1886 September 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 238: p. 8

Statue of Liberty to be inaugurated without light , 1886 September 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 239: p. 4

George C. Newman Advertisement , 1886 September 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 240: p. 5

Joseph E. Temple's Will , 1886 September 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 241: p. 7

Comment on Temple's bequest for art , 1886 September 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 242: p. 4

The Bartholdi Statue , 1886 September 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 243: p. 3

De Munkacsy's painting "Christ before Pilate" to be exhibited in US , 1886 September 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 244: p. 5

New Art Magazine to be issued by Baily, Banks & Biddle , 1886 September 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 245: p. 7

Portrait of Secretary Manning by Mr. Huntington in Albany bank , 1886 September 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 246: p. 5

Bust of German poet Victor Von Schoeffel by Arnold erected , 1886 September 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 247: p. 5

Spring Garden Institute to open evening drawing classes , 1886 September 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 248: p. 1

Monument to Dr. Whitman proposed in Portland, Oregon , 1886 September 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 249: p. 5

Literature & Art , 1886 September 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 250: p. 8

Advertisement for A.C. Yates' clothing store , 1886 September 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 251: p. 4

Advertisement for Geo. Kelly & Co. , 1886 September 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 252: p. 5

Advertisement for Geo. C. Newman , 1886 September 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 253: p. 8

Stilson Hutchins, owner of Washington Post proposes a resort , 1886 September 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 254: p. 5

Sale at Thos. Birch's Sons, Auctioneers, Advertisement , 1886 September 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 255: p. 7

Death of Asher B. Durand noted , 1886 September 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 256: p. 8

Greenough's statue of Franklin in Boston , 1886 September 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 257: p. 5

Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1886 September 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 258: p. 8

A Bullet Through a Mayor's Picture , 1886 September 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 259: p. 7

note on Joseph Milmore, late sculptor , 1886 September 24   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 260: p. 5

United States Senate Photographed , 1886 September 27   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 261: p. 8

D.C. French's Gallaudet statue for Washington D.C. , 1886 September 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 262: p. 5

Art Collection of M. Gavet in Paris , 1886 October 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 263: p. 5

Cyclorama of Gettysburg Battle , 1886 October 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 264: p. 8

The Statue of Liberty , 1886 October 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 265: p. 1

Whistler to visit America , 1886 October 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 266: p. 5

Literature & Art: Statue of Hercules found; Int. Expo of Graphic Art , 1886 October 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 267: p. 5

A Picture's Big Profits: Panorama of Minneapolis , 1886 October 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 268: p. 5

Liberty's Head in Place-- The Great Statue nearing completion , 1886 October 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 269: p. 2

Bartholdi Statue Dedication , 1886 October 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 270: p. 2

Elks unveil monument at Mount Moriah Cemetary , 1886 October 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 271: p. 7

The Lippard Monument unveiled , 1886 October 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 272: p. 7

G.P.A. Healy painting large boating party picture at Paris , 1886 October 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 273: p. 5

Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1886 October 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 274: p. 8

Monument to Joseph Brandt erected , 1886 October 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 275: p. 4

Note on Mr. Belt, the sculptor in prison , 1886 October 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 276: p. 5

Adventures of a Picture: Stolen Claude Lorraine , 1886 October 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 277: p. 1

Rosa Bonheur to paint a picture of a mustang , 1886 October 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 278: p. 5

Scenic artist Henry Hoyt in the city for a brief visit , 1886 October 19   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 279: p. 1

Bartoldi Statue Dedication , 1886 October 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 280: p. 3

Literature & Art: Yale Art School, Healy Portait of Longfellow , 1886 October 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 281: p. 8

Statue of Theirs erected at Marseilles , 1886 October 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 282: p. 5

Arrival of Bartholdi , 1886 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 283: p. 2

Art Club & Penn Club plan merger , 1886 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 284: p. 3

Unveiling of Schiller Monument for Fairmount Park , 1886 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 285: p. 3

Granite statue of Gen. Hallack erected in San Francisco , 1886 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 286: p. 5

Art & Artists: George L. Brown, G.W. Maynard, Waud, Gaul , 1886 October 25   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 287: p. 8

President's Trip to N.Y. for Bartholdi Statue dedication ceremony , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 288: p. 3

Comment on Bartholdi statue dedication , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 289: p. 4

Statue of Liberty , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 290: p. 7

Drilling for the Bartholdi Celebration , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 291: p. 7

Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 292: p. 8

Advertisement– Round trip passage to unveiling & Bartholdi Statue , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 293: p. 8

Advertisement for Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1886 October 26   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 294: p. 8

Notice of oration at Schiller Monument dedication , 1886 October 27   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 295: p. 1

Statue of Liberty Dedication Ceremony , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 296: p. 3

The Statue of Liberty– editorial , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 297: p. 4

The Statue of Liberty [poem written for the Call] , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 298: p. 4

The Statue of Liberty [from the New York Tribune] , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 299: p. 4

The Bartholdi Statue [Ad for St. Nicholas Magazine] , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 300: p. 4

Off to New York Police Battalion which participates in the Celebration , 1886 October 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 301: p. 7

After the Dedication [Statue of Liberty] & French Visitors , 1886 October 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 302: p. 2

Lecture on Remains of Ancient Rome at U. Penn , 1886 October 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 303: p. 7

Painting of "The Curse of Rain" , 1886 October 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 304: p. 8

Penn Club to meet and discuss merger with Art Club , 1886 October 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 305: p. 1

Illumination of Liberty Statue , 1886 October 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 306: p. 2

Costly Curios: French and African articles of Modern and Barbaric art , 1886 October 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 307: p. 3

Our French Guests Prolong Their Stay , 1886 October 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 308: p. 3

Committee appointed by Penn Club to study merger proposal , 1886 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 309: p. 1

Note on Artist David Neal in Boston , 1886 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 310: p. 5

Munzig of Boston is in Phil to complete portait of Mrs. Brown– Potter , 1886 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 311: p. 7

How natural gas has given impetus to household decoration , 1886 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 312: p. 8

Art & Artists– Bronze Columbus at St. Louis, Sale to benefit PAFA , 1886 November 1   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 313: p. 8

Portrait of Henry Wilson– U.S. Vice Pres by Edgar Parker , 1886 November 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 314: p. 5

Chauncey M. comment after Bartholdi dedication , 1886 November 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 315: p. 5

Pine Picture Frames , 1886 November 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 316: p. 6

Bartholdi in Washington , 1886 November 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 317: p. 2

Death of Earl Shinn , 1886 November 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 318: p. 3

Holman Hunt , 1886 November 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 319: p. 5

Tablet in Memory of General Grant , 1886 November 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 320: p. 7

Art & Artists: Mlle Beaury–Sairel, Exhib of Graphic Art in Vienna, etc , 1886 November 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 321: p. 8

Liberty's Dark Aspect-- Light in Statue's torch to be extinguished , 1886 November 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 322: p. 1

The McClellan Memorial , 1886 November 5   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 323: p. 3

The Head of Liszt by Moses Ezekiel , 1886 November 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 324: p. 1

Maurice Bernhardt fought a duel with M. Langlois– painter , 1886 November 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 325: p. 5

For Home Decoration-- sale of Artistic furniture and Bric–a–Brac , 1886 November 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 326: p. 7

Advertisement for Thomas & Sons , 1886 November 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 327: p. 8

Art & Artists-- Johannes Dietmann, Holman Hunt, Rosa Bonheur , 1886 November 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 328: p. 5

Rosa Bonheur , 1886 November 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 329: p. 5

Bartholdi expected in Washington , 1886 November 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 330: p. 5

Portrait of Senator John Sherman , 1886 November 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 331: p. 5

The Dark Goddess , 1886 November 12   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 332: p. 5

Life Studies of Annie Whitby , 1886 November 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 333: p. 1

M. Bartholdi Sails for Home , 1886 November 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 334: p. 3

Joseph E. Temple's Estate , 1886 November 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 335: p. 7

Bronze Statue of Frederick the Great in Berlin , 1886 November 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 336: p. 5

Cincinnati Statue of Washington , 1886 November 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 337: p. 7

Luke Sharp's Movement , 1886 November 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 338: p. 8

National Haddock Movement Association formed , 1886 November 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 339: p. 2

The Picture Frames of Commerce , 1886 November 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 340: p. 8

Statue of Liberty will never be a good lighthouse , 1886 November 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 341: p. 8

Advertisement for Geo. C. Newman , 1886 November 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 342: p. 8

The Ready "Fotographer"-- advertisement for Walmsley & Co. , 1886 November 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 343: p. 8

Cost of Lighting the Statue of Liberty , 1886 November 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 344: p. 1

Liberty Lighted , 1886 November 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 345: p. 2

Munkacsy's "Christ before Pilate" Painting by Joseph Jefferson , 1886 November 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 346: p. 4

Marble bust of Gen. Daumesnil to be placed at Versailles , 1886 November 24   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 347: p. 4

Memorial Window to wife of late president C.A. Arthur in Washington , 1886 November 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 348: p. 4

Notice on Connoisseur , 1886 November 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 349: p. 5

Painting Sale at T. Birch's Sons– advertisement , 1886 November 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 350: p. 5

High Class Art Sale , 1886 November 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 351: p. 7

Collection of Superb Paintings M. Thomas & Sons– advertisement , 1886 November 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 352: p. 8

Lafayette Statue models arrive in Washington, D.C. , 1886 December 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 353: p. 3

Subscription begun for monument over grave of Chester Arthur , 1886 December 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 354: p. 4

Celluloid– Its uses in the arts and industries , 1886 December 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 355: p. 6

How to take the curt out of Art Prints , 1886 December 2   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 356: p. 6

Portrait of Thaddeus Stevens given to Dartmouth , 1886 December 3   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 357: p. 4

Mr. Randall heads Paul Hayne Monument Committee , 1886 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 358: p. 4

Advertisement for Geo. C. Newaman , 1886 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 359: p. 6

Art & Artists: Chicago Art Institute, J.Q.A. Ward, etc , 1886 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 360: p. 9

England's Obelisk & Aberdeen Art Gallery– Scotland , 1886 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 361: p. 11

The Monster Tower [Eiffel] , 1886 December 4   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 362: p. 12

Free Exhibition of Art Needlework , 1886 December 6   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 363: p. 7

Art Work of Pupils of Mrs. Boileau to be shown , 1886 December 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 364: p. 1

Note on Rembrandt's "The Guilder" , 1886 December 7   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 365: p. 6

G.P.A. Healy has finished portrait of minister McLane , 1886 December 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 366: p. 4

Providence, R.I. site chosen for Bunside monument , 1886 December 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 367: p. 4

No Union between Penn and Art Clubs , 1886 December 8   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 368: p. 8

Body of Caricaturist Wales of Puck to be taken to Clyde, Ohio , 1886 December 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 369: p. 2

St. Gardens to carve bust of Chester A. Arthur for Senate Chamber , 1886 December 9   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 370: p. 4

Art & Artists , 1886 December 10   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 371: p. 4

Childs contributes to Hayne & Wilde monuments to be erected in GA , 1886 December 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 372: p. 1

Mrs. Boileau's Private art reception , 1886 December 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 373: p. 1

Relics of the Holy City Found , 1886 December 11   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 374: p. 9

Monument to Father Kars to be erected by St. Mary's R.C. Church , 1886 December 13   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 375: p. 1

Riding school adjoining PAFA bought by John Wanamaker for stable , 1886 December 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 376: p. 1

Grave of John B. Gough, temperance lecturer marked by monument , 1886 December 14   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 377: p. 4

Note on Thomas Nast , 1886 December 15   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 378: p. 8

Dr. McClellan giving course of lectures on anatomy and art , 1886 December 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 379: p. 1

Screens and their painting , 1886 December 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 380: p. 3

Art & Artists , 1886 December 16   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 381: p. 8

Miss Ransom, of Cleveland, painted a portrait of Garfield , 1886 December 17   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 382: p. 4

Ladies Silk Culture Ass. & 4th Ann. distribution of the Art Union... , 1886 December 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 383: p. 1

Grant Monument Fund , 1886 December 18   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 384: p. 2

Artist Painting portrait of Pasteur , 1886 December 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 385: p. 4

Anecdote about Whistler & Oscar Wilde , 1886 December 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 386: p. 4

PAFA receives painting by Joseph Wright , 1886 December 20   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 387: p. 7

Vermont to erect monuments at Gettysburg , 1886 December 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 388: p. 2

New monument to Mozart in Vienna , 1886 December 21   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 389: p. 4

Note on painting of current Magazine of Art and January Art Journal , 1886 December 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 390: p. 9

New Finds at Pompeii , 1886 December 22   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 391: p. 10

The Proposed Haddock Memorial in Sioux City, Iowa , 1886 December 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 392: p. 2

Status of Wm. Penn Statue , 1886 December 23   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 393: p. 4

Wax figures on view at European Museum , 1886 December 24   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 394: p. 8

Van Dyck & His Follies , 1886 December 27   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 395: p. 2

An Art Dealer's loss by Fire in Portland, Maine , 1886 December 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 396: p. 2

PAFA annual exhibition March 10–April 21 , 1886 December 28   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 397: p. 7

A monument for Peter Cooper in New York , 1886 December 29   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 398: p. 2

Site for burial and monument to John Logan in Chicago , 1886 December 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 399: p. 3

Emily Bartol portrait of Frederick Douglass , 1886 December 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 400: p. 4

Advertisements for Crème uses David Portrait , 1886 December 30   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 401: p. 8

The Liberty Statue , 1886 December 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 402: p. 2

Art & Artists: Alma Tadema, Lamberty,Royal Academy Anecdote , 1886 December 31   [Box 4 Notebook 15]

No. 403: p. 4

Part 2 , 1887 January 1–1887 September 8

Bartholdi Promotion , 1887 January 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 1: p. 2

Professor of Drawing at Central High School to be selected , 1887 January 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 2: p. 3

Art Club Meets , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 3: p. 1

Applicants for Central High School Drawing position , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 4: p. 4

The New Art Club , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 5: p. 4

Wax figures survive theater fire , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 6: p. 6

A fuss about a picture , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 7: p. 7

Scribners article on Likeness of Julius Caesar w/18 portraits , 1887 January 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 8: p. 8

Mr. Fox, scene painter , 1887 January 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 9: p. 1

Art & Artists , 1887 January 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 10: p. 8

Monument to James Watt at Greenock , 1887 January 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 11: p. 4

Greenough's Washington vandalized , 1887 January 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 12: p. 4

Long Lost portrait of Byron by Natale Schiavoni found in Hungary , 1887 January 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 13: p. 4

Portrait of Professor Simon Newcombe , 1887 January 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 14: p. 4

Morocco as a destination for artists , 1887 January 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 15: p. 8

Mrs. Grant's Gift to Monument Fund , 1887 January 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 16: p. 2

New additions to Mme. Tussaud's in London , 1887 January 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 17: p. 8

Fieldings Tomb at Lisbon , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 18: p. 1

Two memorial windows at Church of St. John the Baptist , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 19: p. 1

Painting in Silver , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 20: p. 3

Statue of Queen Victoria by Mr. Boehme , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 21: p. 4

An Ancient Statue , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 22: p. 6

Penn Museum and School of Industrial Art , 1887 January 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 23: p. 7

Notice on Art & Life a Ruskin anthology , 1887 January 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 24: p. 5

Coins– Their Historical Significance , 1887 January 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 25: p. 1

Items of Interest– Vedder, Baribaldi, Ward, Thompson Statue , 1887 January 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 26: p. 8

Frank Briscoe painting of the Death of General Reynolds , 1887 January 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 27: p. 1

Money, not Monuments , 1887 January 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 28: p. 4

Value of Millet's "Angelus" , 1887 January 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 29: p. 6

Maud Howe to marry English artist John Eliot , 1887 January 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 30: p. 4

Advertisement for Sale of Oriental Art M. Thomas & Sons auctioneers , 1887 January 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 31: p. 8

Tablet to Morris Patterson to West Sprucestreet Presby. Church , 1887 January 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 32: p. 7

Tableauxs to be presented , 1887 January 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 33: p. 1

Mr. De Crano has just finished a large picture , 1887 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 34: p. 1

Leslie W. Miller declined position of drawing instructor at H.S. , 1887 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 35: p. 1

Gold Medal presented to Grant-- in National Museum-- fraudulent , 1887 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 36: p. 4

February's Magazine of Art , 1887 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 37: p. 5

Art Association of the Union League , 1887 January 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 38: p. 6

Hanging of Paintings , 1887 January 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 39: p. 1

Statue of Burnside for Providence, R.I. completed , 1887 January 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 40: p. 5

Queen Victoria give volume on Raphael at Windsor to library in Milan , 1887 January 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 41: p. 5

Park Art Association's Officers elected– A.J. Drexel, President , 1887 January 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 42: p. 7

Window of St. Cuthbert being restored , 1887 January 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 43: p. 2

Portrait of Lord Iddesleigh by Lili Stackpode , 1887 January 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 44: p. 5

Wannamaker's Guide, "A Dictionary of Philadelphia and Its Vicinity" , 1887 January 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 45: p. 5

Note on Artists George Herzog , 1887 February 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 46: p. 1

Nast's Tribute--Great Cartoonist sends a Pen Picture to Mr. Childs , 1887 February 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 47: p. 7

Note on John Sartain , 1887 February 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 48: p. 1

Art Club to hold reception , 1887 February 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 49: p. 1

Indiana fund for Hendrick's Memorial , 1887 February 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 50: p. 4

Painter Frederick Amerling's bequest to Vienna , 1887 February 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 51: p. 4

Story finishes monument to Francis Scott Key for San Francisco , 1887 February 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 52: p. 4

Appointment to Chair of Drawing of Central High School , 1887 February 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 53: p. 7

George Kelly & Co. Advertisemtn , 1887 February 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 54: p. 8

New Art Club , 1887 February 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 55: p. 1

Death of French artist Claude Ferdinand Gaillard , 1887 February 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 56: p. 4

Bassano exhibiting portrait of the Queen at London , 1887 February 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 57: p. 4

Artist Oakey's case , 1887 February 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 58: p. 1

F.W. Stokes, Philadelphia artist who studied w/ Gerome in Paris , 1887 February 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 59: p. 1

Wanamaker buys Munkacsy's painting of Christ , 1887 February 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 60: p. 7

Wax figures on view at Temple Hall , 1887 February 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 61: p. 8

The Art Club inaugurates itself with reception at PAFA , 1887 February 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 62: p. 3

Low Art at the Capital , 1887 February 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 63: p. 4

Lighting the Bartholdi Statue , 1887 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 64: p. 3

In Our Library– The Art Journal , 1887 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 65: p. 5

The Art Club Reception , 1887 February 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 66: p. 7

Artists at Luncheon– Thomas Nast , 1887 February 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 67: p. 1

Death of Artist William Currie , 1887 February 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 68: p. 2

Indiana Soldier's Monument , 1887 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 69: p. 2

Self–Portrait by ex–President Hill of Harvard , 1887 February 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 70: p. 4

Sculptor Herman Kirn completes plaster model of a rose… , 1887 February 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 71: p. 3

Queen Victoria approves monument to Marquis of Montrose , 1887 February 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 72: p. 4

English Artists' Models , 1887 February 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 73: p. 2

Advertisement for Gettysburg Cyclorama , 1887 February 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 74: p. 8

Dead at the Easel– The Sudden Demise of a Danish Artist – Hanson , 1887 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 75: p. 1

Artist A.G. Heaton's Home , 1887 February 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 76: p. 2

Lecture at PAFA– first in series directed by Friend's Institute , 1887 February 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 77: p. 1

Photo–engravers strike , 1887 February 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 78: p. 3

"The Magazine of Art" under In Our Library of American Art , 1887 February 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 79: p. 8

Notes on Whistler , 1887 February 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 80: p. 4

Crayon portrait of Jay Du Barnes displayed in hatter's window , 1887 February 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 81: p. 1

Nina Van Zandt's Wax Image , 1887 February 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 82: p. 2

Occassional Models , 1887 February 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 83: p. 8

Importing Pictures in Wine Cases , 1887 February 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 84: p. 2

Rare Works of Art– Collection of Antiquities to be sold , 1887 February 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 85: p. 7

Monument to Garibaldi in Italy , 1887 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 86: p. 5

Statue of Robert Burns for Albany , 1887 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 87: p. 5

Union League Art Association , 1887 March 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 88: p. 7

Munkacsy to decorate ceiling of new Court Museum in Vienna , 1887 March 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 89: p. 4

In Our Library– The Art Journal for March , 1887 March 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 90: p. 8

Nina Van Zandt in Wax , 1887 March 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 91: p. 2

Celebrities at Home-- W.W. Corcoran, Banker and Philanthropist , 1887 March 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 92: p. 5

Battle of Gettysburg [Cyclorama] soon to be removed to Cincinnati , 1887 March 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 93: p. 8

France to dig up the Delphic Temple , 1887 March 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 94: p. 1

Fairmount Park Affairs: Rothermel Picture to be loaned , 1887 March 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 95: p. 7

View of Philadelphia– "Art for our Citizens" , 1887 March 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 96: p. 1

The Emperor's Portrait , 1887 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 97: p. 1

Mrs. Jess Noa– English pastel artist of Boston is in Philadelphia , 1887 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 98: p. 1

Fairmount Park Affiars– Washington Gray's Monument , 1887 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 99: p. 3

Movement in Providence for monument in Central Park , 1887 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 100: p. 4

Mr. B.S. Marles portrait of Lord Rothschild , 1887 March 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 101: p. 4

Sculptor Herr Hofer Dead in Berlin , 1887 March 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 102: p. 2

The "Connoisseur"– Spring Issue , 1887 March 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 103: p. 7

An Art Display-- Preparation for the Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition , 1887 March 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 104: p. 7

Comment on Academy Exhibition , 1887 March 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 105: p. 4

Milwaukee to have replica of Whitney's Boston Statue– Leif Ericsson , 1887 March 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 106: p. 4

In our library– Scribner's Cyclopaedia of Painters and Paintings , 1887 March 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 107: p. 8

Philip G. Lang lectured on wood engraving , 1887 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 108: p. 1

The Hendricks Monument , 1887 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 109: p. 3

To be examined-- applicants for vacant chair of drawing at Central HS , 1887 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 110: p. 7

The Washington Grays' Monument , 1887 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 111: p. 7

Philadelphia School of Design for Women , 1887 March 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 112: p. 7

Bronze tablet in memory of Dr. Ambler shown at Corcoran , 1887 March 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 113: p. 4

Babies Photographs , 1887 March 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 114: p. 6

Splendid Specimens of Art The D' Huyvetter Collection , 1887 March 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 115: p. 7

Site in the Park for Meade Monument , 1887 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 116: p. 1

Busts for the U.S. Capitol , 1887 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 117: p. 4

Advertisemtn for the D'Huyvetter Collection Sale– Davis & Harvey's , 1887 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 118: p. 5

Academy of Fine Arts Awards , 1887 March 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 119: p. 7

The Garfield Statue in Washington Arrangements for Unveiling , 1887 March 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 120: p. 2

The New Art Club's Purchases– property on Broad Street , 1887 March 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 121: p. 7

Lawyer John Johnson has fine collection of pictures , 1887 March 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 122: p. 1

Niehaus' statue of ex–governor of Ohio Allen for Washington , 1887 March 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 123: p. 4

Memorial Statue of G.Sidney Johnston to be unveiled in New Orleans , 1887 March 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 124: p. 4

Bronze monument by Mr. Boehn to Gordon for Westminster Abby , 1887 March 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 125: p. 4

Advertisement for M. Thomas & Sons AA Auctioneers , 1887 March 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 126: p. 8

Young Artists had a chance , 1887 March 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 127: p. 1

W.W. Story's Key Monument for San Francisco , 1887 March 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 128: p. 4

Sale of Henry Ward Beecher's estate , 1887 March 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 129: p. 2

It couldn't happen in Boston note on Berlin sculptor Albert Wolff , 1887 March 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 130: p. 1

Ancient Architecture: The Influence which Environment exerts , 1887 March 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 131: p. 6

Childs having Grant portrait painted by Mrs. Darragh for West Point , 1887 March 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 132: p. 1

Jefferson Davis had a life–sized portrait pained by Major John Elder , 1887 March 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 133: p. 4

George Keller– architect of Garfield Monument and Soldiers' Arch , 1887 March 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 134: p. 4

"Magazine for AA" for April , 1887 March 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 135: p. 5

William Row– photo club member taking views in the east , 1887 March 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 136: p. 1

Sale of ceramics in Stewart's collection at the American Art Gallery , 1887 March 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 137: p. 1

Note on Artist Samuel Bennington , 1887 March 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 138: p. 1

Sale of Oriental Art Objects at M. Thomas & Sons , 1887 March 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 139: p. 7

Huge Cycloramic Paintings , 1887 March 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 140: p. 1

Statue of Dr. Wells at Hartford to get new pedestal , 1887 April 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 141: p. 4

Foundation work on Burnside Statue for Providence, RI begun , 1887 April 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 142: p. 4

Maine Memorials at Gettysburg , 1887 April 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 143: p. 2

The Hendricks Monument , 1887 April 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 144: p. 2

Work begun on pedestal of Garfield statue in Washington , 1887 April 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 145: p. 3

Queen Victoria has photo taken using new process , 1887 April 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 146: p. 4

Beautiful Art Objects for Sale , 1887 April 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 147: p. 7

The Garfield & Greene Statues , 1887 April 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 148: p. 3

Industrial Art School Exhibition , 1887 April 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 149: p. 3

He admires his picture , 1887 April 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 150: p. 1

Vermont's Monument at Gettysburg , 1887 April 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 151: p. 2

Prof. Daniel G. Brinton to deliver series of lectures at Penn. , 1887 April 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 152: p. 1

Ohio: mother of Artists , 1887 April 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 153: p. 4

W.W. Corcoran to go to Charleston for unveiling Calhoun monument , 1887 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 154: p. 2

Trouble at the High School re: Art departments at Penn , 1887 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 155: p. 3

Franklin's grave– lack of statue , 1887 April 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 156: p. 8

Lizzie Mills, landscape painter & Emily Waterman, art student– notes , 1887 April 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 157: p. 1

John Sartain-- Commissioner in charge of american Exposition , 1887 April 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 158: p. 1

In Our Library– Magazine of Art , 1887 April 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 159: p. 5

Leif Ericson's statue in Boston , 1887 April 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 160: p. 2

The Calhoun Statue in Charleston , 1887 April 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 161: p. 3

Fairmont Park Affairs sites for statues selected , 1887 April 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 162: p. 3

The Garfield Statue– placed in position in Washington , 1887 April 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 163: p. 3

Antique treasures discovered near Beirut , 1887 April 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 164: p. 3

Cavalier's Cross "For Merit" given to Sir Moses Ezekiel , 1887 April 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 165: p. 5

Mediaeval Art , 1887 April 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 166: p. 8

Beautiful Work in Ivory , 1887 April 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 167: p. 8

The New Art Club , 1887 April 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 168: p. 7

A Bogus Painting– Four Chicago Artists attempt to imitate Munkacsy , 1887 April 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 169: p. 2

Projected monuments for Paris to A. Mosset and at Tour's to Balzae , 1887 April 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 170: p. 3

M. Bartholdi's visits to London , 1887 April 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 171: p. 3

Prospects for Burnside unveiling is Providence, RI , 1887 April 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 172: p. 3

Note on artist Frank Vizelly , 1887 May 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 173: p. 4

The Picture Killed Her , 1887 May 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 174: p. 8

They are not antiquities , 1887 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 175: p. 2

Mr. Seney's latest Art Order , 1887 May 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 176: p. 2

Monuments to Soldiers and Sailors , 1887 May 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 177: p. 3

Note on artist Milne Ramsey , 1887 May 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 178: p. 1

Statue of Capo d'Istria unveiled on Corfu, Greece , 1887 May 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 179: p. 5

"It was painted with pure oil" anecdote from N.Y. Evening Sun , 1887 May 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 180: p. 6

Handsome Pictures re: Ivory Soap Advertisements , 1887 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 181: p. 7

A Statue of [Chester A.] Arthur , 1887 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 182: p. 2

The Lafayette Monument in Washington , 1887 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 183: p. 3

Proceedings of the Park Commission , 1887 May 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 184: p. 3

Closing the Washington Monument , 1887 May 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 185: p. 3

The Trenton Battle Monument , 1887 May 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 186: p. 5

Closing the Monuments , 1887 May 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 187: p. 3

Garfield's Statue-- Unveiling today , 1887 May 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 188: p. 3

Franklin Institute's Drawing School , 1887 May 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 189: p. 7

Garfield Monument at Cleveland , 1887 May 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 190: p. 6

Statue of Nathan Hale will soon be finished at Chicopea foundry , 1887 May 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 191: p. 4

The Colfax Monument by Lorado Taft , 1887 May 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 192: p. 2

Fitz John Porter's Statue , 1887 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 193: p. 2

Mr. Boehm's Statue of the Queen to be unveiled , 1887 May 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 194: p. 5

Moses Ezekiel sends bronze bust of Abbe Liszt to Baltimore , 1887 May 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 195: p. 5

An Artist's Suicide: German Artist Charles Merck , 1887 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 196: p. 2

Site for Soc. of the Cincinnati Monument in Fairmount Park , 1887 May 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 197: p. 3

Underwater Photography , 1887 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 198: p. 1

The Monument to Ganerd Steidman unveiled in Toledo , 1887 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 199: p. 2

Magazine of Art for June , 1887 May 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 200: p. 8

An Artists' Love , 1887 May 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 201: p. 2

Crayon portrait of Rev. Robert Graham, Hebron Church , 1887 May 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 202: p. 1

Charles H. Bleezard studying art under Carl Weber , 1887 May 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 203: p. 1

The Grant Monument in N.Y. , 1887 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 204: p. 2

Sculptor Ward's Strange Coincidence , 1887 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 205: p. 3

Lithographs at PAFA , 1887 May 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 206: p. 6

Statue to Garibaldi in New York , 1887 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 207: p. 3

Walt Whitman on his Birthday [mentions Moore sculpting him] , 1887 June 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 208: p. 3

Re: Monument to Grant in N.Y. , 1887 June 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 209: p. 6

The Grant Monument in N.Y. , 1887 June 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 210: p. 4

The Welsh Memorial for Fairmount Park , 1887 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 211: p. 3

Bust of Hon. Andrew D. White presented to Cornell University , 1887 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 212: p. 4

Lord Salisbury comment on statues , 1887 June 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 213: p. 4

Park Commission– New Officers elected , 1887 June 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 214: p. 3

Boston's Love of Art– Arrest of Fashionable photographer , 1887 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 215: p. 1

Barnum in Bronze– Thomas Ball statue , 1887 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 216: p. 1

The Gettysburg Monument , 1887 June 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 217: p. 4

Mess Hall at West Point– renamed Grant Hall contains portrait , 1887 June 9   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 218: p. 4

Sensation in Bostons Back Bay– Photographer checkering held , 1887 June 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 219: p. 1

Advertisement for Geo. Kelly & Co. showing hung pictures , 1887 June 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 220: p. 8

Movement in Salt Lake City for a monument to General Lytle , 1887 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 221: p. 4

Note on art collector Henry Probasco , 1887 June 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 222: p. 4

Childs to donate portraits of Sherman & Sheridan to Grant Hall– W.P. , 1887 June 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 223: p. 4

What Childs is doing for West Point , 1887 June 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 224: p. 1

Note on artist Dewey Bates , 1887 June 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 225: p. 1

Unveiling of New Haven Soldiers' Monument , 1887 June 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 226: p. 2

Photography in Colors , 1887 June 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 227: p. 5

Monument Location in the Park , 1887 June 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 228: p. 3

Sculptor Joel T. Hart buried , 1887 June 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 229: p. 4

Note on landscape painter Bertha von Hilleru , 1887 June 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 230: p. 4

Note on unveiling Burnside monument in Providence RI , 1887 June 21   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 231: p. 4

Note on W.W. Corcoran , 1887 June 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 232: p. 4

Magazine of Art–July , 1887 June 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 233: p. 8

Boston sculptor John Donaghue making statue of John L. Sullivan , 1887 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 234: p. 4

Monument to Czar Alexander I , 1887 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 235: p. 4

Decorative Tiles , 1887 June 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 236: p. 8

The John Welsh Memorial , 1887 June 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 237: p. 4

Dedication Ceremonies for John Welsh Memorial in Fairmount Park , 1887 June 24   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 238: p. 7

H. Irving's Dinner-- Men famous in Literature Art and Politics present , 1887 June 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 239: p. 2

A missing sculptor– dejected because of a rejected design , 1887 June 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 240: p. 1

Work progressing on Gambetta monument in Paris , 1887 June 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 241: p. 4

Site for Washington Monument , 1887 June 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 242: p. 3

Against Immoral Pictures , 1887 June 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 243: p. 3

Art Club: new quarters , 1887 July 1   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 244: p. 1

Ivory Advertisement Drawings bound and sold , 1887 July 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 245: p. 8

Monument to Washington– where to be located and how it will look , 1887 July 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 246: p. 7

A sculptor's fatal fall– Mark Shannon , 1887 July 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 247: p. 2

Russian Bronzes– Their delight in the delight of Absolute Realism , 1887 July 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 248: p. 3

Comment of monument funds in New York , 1887 July 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 249: p. 4

Flamez amon pictures Fire in Hazeltine Art Gallery , 1887 July 13   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 250: p. 7

Cleveland's Portrait will be there , 1887 July 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 251: p. 2

[Art} Student Life in Paris , 1887 July 14   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 252: p. 5

The Grant Monument , 1887 July 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 253: p. 4

Note on 3 sons of Hiram Powers & Painter Baudry , 1887 July 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 254: p. 4

Note on Carey Lea's contributions to photographic science , 1887 July 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 255: p. 1

The Largest Vase in the World , 1887 July 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 256: p. 4

Note on John F. Weir , 1887 July 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 257: p. 8

English Artist Gilchrist painting full–length portrait of Walt Whitman , 1887 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 258: p. 1

Photographer Dr. Charles L. Mitchell going to Catskills , 1887 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 259: p. 1

Paris collection of 20 Messionier paintings , 1887 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 260: p. 4

Note on W.W. Corcoran , 1887 July 19   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 261: p. 4

Fairmount Park Art , 1887 July 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 262: p. 7

Monument to Washington in West Park , 1887 July 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 263: p. 7

Money raised in Richmond for monument to Gen A.P. Hill , 1887 July 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 264: p. 4

Death of Charles Hawthorne– well–known scenic artist , 1887 July 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 265: p. 7

Childs to Give Grant Memorial Window to St. Paul's , 1887 July 25   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 266: p. 1

Meade Statue on the way , 1887 July 26   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 267: p. 7

Another Boston Photographer arrested , 1887 July 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 268: p. 5

The Largest Private Monument bound for San Francisco , 1887 July 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 269: p. 6

Magazine of Art & Art Journal for August , 1887 July 28   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 270: p. 5

Purchasing Pictures-- Mr. Wanamaker Investing– foreign works of art , 1887 July 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 271: p. 7

Ivory Soap Advertisement– shows picture hanging practice , 1887 July 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 272: p. 8

A Cruel Eviction: Sculptor Kolb , 1887 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 273: p. 1

Historical Portraits at PAFA , 1887 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 274: p. 3

The Camera Fund , 1887 August 2   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 275: p. 8

Sen Sherman appointed Director of Washington Monument Assoc. , 1887 August 3   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 276: p. 4

Statue to Herr Krupp at Essen , 1887 August 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 277: p. 2

Ivory Soap Advertisement , 1887 August 4   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 278: p. 8

Rare paintings for Williams College , 1887 August 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 279: p. 3

Gustave Oliphant– artist on London Illustrated News , 1887 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 280: p. 1

Margaret Gillies– English Artist , 1887 August 10   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 281: p. 4

Note on Candace & Dora Wheeler , 1887 August 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 282: p. 5

Note on Artist Elizabeth J. Gardiner , 1887 August 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 283: p. 5

From an Artist's Standpoint– Holland Regarded as most paintable , 1887 August 11   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 284: p. 6

Mrs. Cleveland's Photo , 1887 August 12   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 285: p. 8

Monument to Pres. Harrison in Cincinnati , 1887 August 15   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 286: p. 4

Cornerstone for Bennington Battleground Monument , 1887 August 16   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 287: p. 3

Photographs of Jolly Journalists– processed to resemble engraving , 1887 August 17   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 288: p. 3

An Estruscan Temple Found , 1887 August 18   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 289: p. 1

Samuel W. Brown to exhibit his photographs in Chicago , 1887 August 20   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 290: p. 1

Adolph Sutro's Statue of Liberty , 1887 August 22   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 291: p. 2

Saratoga Monument-- Burgoyne surrender , 1887 August 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 292: p. 4

Picture "Christ Before Pilate" to arrive , 1887 August 23   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 293: p. 7

Mr. Wanamaker's Art Purchases , 1887 August 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 294: p. 7

A picture that saved two lives , 1887 August 27   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 295: p. 8

D.C. French home from Europe , 1887 August 29   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 296: p. 4

Illustrated Sermons , 1887 August 30   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 297: p. 5

Mary Grant the Sculptor , 1887 August 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 298: p. 1

Harold Knox–Hunt, English reviewer and art critic visiting America , 1887 August 31   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 299: p. 4

Statues to Thiers and Voltaire unveiled in Paris , 1887 September 5   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 300: p. 2

He was not an artist , 1887 September 6   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 301: p. 2

Vice President Hendricks' Monument , 1887 September 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 302: p. 2

Felix Belgamy, Parisian artist well–known in Boston , 1887 September 7   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 303: p. 4

A Lucky Artist– Marriage of Arthur Croft , 1887 September 8   [Box 4 Notebook 16]

No. 304: p. 2

Subseries II.2. Public Ledger, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 1–1886 April 30

Ad for Cyclorama– Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 January 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 85: p. 1

Art Notes– Sale of Morgan Collection… , 1886 January 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 85: p. 3

Grant Memorial Fund; Monument for McCullough , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 90: p. 1

Exhibition of photographic society of Philadelphia , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 90: p. 3

Art Notes' Sales of Major Collections in U.S. , 1886 January 8   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 91: p. 2

Proposed Monuments to McClellan , 1886 Janurary 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 94: p. 1

Exhibition of photographic society should not be missed , 1886 Janurary 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 94: p. 2

Exhibition of photographic society should not be missed , 1886 Janurary 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 94: p. 4

Exhibition of phot. Society; 69th Pennsylvania… , 1886 January 16   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 98: p. 1

Monument for Grant , 1886 January 18   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 99: p. 1

Varieties' Paul Baudry Death , 1886 January 19   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 100: p. 3

10th Annual Meeting of Penn. Museum and School… , 1886 January 19   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 100: p. 4

Spring Term of Franklin Institute drawing classes , 1886 January 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 101: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Association , 1886 January 21   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 102: p. 1

Grant Monument; Monument to Beethoven , 1886 January 21   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 102: p. 3

Art Notes , 1886 January 23   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 104: p. 2

Ad for English Water–Color Exhibition and related… , 1886 January 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 106: p. 1

Henry Blackburn's lectures on English Art (PAFA) , 1886 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 107: p. 2

Grant Monument Bill– $500,000 appropriated , 1886 January 28   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 108: p. 1

Henry Blackburn's Lectures , 1886 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 109: p. 4

Stone Preservation , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 110: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Portrait of Judge Hanna , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 110: p. 3

humorous item about young artist , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 110: p. 2

Subscriptions for Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 February 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 111: p. 3

Blackburn's lecture 'The Value of a Line' , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 112: p. 2

Blackburn's lecture, The English Water–Color Exhibit , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 112: p. 3

Blackburn's lecture of English Water–Color , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 113: p. 4

Panorama's and Dioramas– history , 1886 February 6   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 115: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Association , 1886 Feburary 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 118: p. 1

Industrial School of Arts, Portrait of Gen. Grant , 1886 Feburary 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 118: p. 3

Panorama of Battle of Missionary Ridge, Cyclorama… , 1886 Feburary 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 118: p. 4

McCullough Monument , 1886 February 10   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 119: p. 3

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 February 11   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 120: p. 1

PAFA's annual exhibtion , 1886 February 11   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 120: p. 3

Companion piece to Reynold's statue suggested… , 1886 February 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 121: p. 2

Printing of Photographs done by machinery , 1886 February 13   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 122: p. 2

Ad announcing sale of D' Huyvetter Collection , 1886 February 16   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 124: p. 4

Monument to McClellan , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 127: p. 3

A proposed Art Club , 1886 February 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 128: p. 4

English Water–Color Exhibit, Photograph of Hancock , 1886 February 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 128: p. 1

Morgan Art Collection , 1886 February 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 128: p. 1

Art Student's League– Officers Elected , 1886 February 22   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 129: p. 1

McClellan Monument , 1886 February 22   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 129: p. 2

McClellan Memorial– Meeting of Citizens , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 130: p. 3

Art Association of Union League, Cyclorama of Battle… , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 130: p. 4

Art Notes– Rehn, James B. Sward, G. Lambdin… , 1886 February 25   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 132: p. 1

Subscriptions to McClellan Monument , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 134: p. 4

Pennsylvania Museum Schools , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 134: p. 1

Varieties', Whistler postponed visit to US , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 134: p. 2

Portraits, busts at Philisophical Hall , 1886 March 3   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 137: p. 1

Beethoven Memorial Association, Sale of the Morgan .. , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 138: p. 1

Historical Paintings by Fawcett Purchased , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 139: p. 1

Picture by Raphael now known to be fraud , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 142: p. 2

McClellan Memorial Association , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 142: p. 4

Varieties' statues unearthed at Aeropolis , 1886 March 10   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 143: p. 3

McClellan Monument Fund , 1886 March 10   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 143: p. 4

Annual Report of PAFA– 47 drawings donated by Childs , 1886 March 10   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 143: p. 1

Action of Directors of School of Design fro Women , 1886 March 11   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 144: p. 4

Chicago News says Raphael 'The Virgin of the Book' , 1886 March 15   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 147: p. 3

The Origin of Engraving , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 149: p. 1

Death of Mary Sloan; Proposed Monument to McClellan , 1886 March 18   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 150: p. 3

Memorial Window in Presbyterian Church , 1886 March 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 152: p. 4

Objectionable Pictures , 1886 March 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 152: p. 1

Proposed McClellan Monument , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 155: p. 1

Movement on behalf of Penn Museum and School of… , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 155: p. 4

Art Notes , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 155: p. 1

Another Monument for Gettysburg , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 100 No. 155: p. 1

Fourteenth Annual Meetig of the Fairmount Park Art… , 1886 March 25   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 1: p. 1

McCullough Monument Benefit , 1886 March 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 2: p. 2

The Ledger Half Century , 1886 March 29   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 4: p. 2

Art of Japan– Lecture , 1886 March 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 5: p. 4

Beethoven Memorial Association , 1886 March 31   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 6: p. 4

Engineering and Trade Schools , 1886 March 31   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 6 : p. 1

Ad for Battle of Gettysburg, Ad for Panorama… , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 7: p. 1

McClellan Memorial Committee meets 71st Regiment.. , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 7: p. 1

Penn Museum and School of Industrial Art dollar books , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 7: p. 2

Lecture on Art of Japan, Ad for painting on china , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 7: p. 2

Ad for Japanese Village at Horitcultural Hall , 1886 April 2   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 8: p. 4

Sale at Davis & Harvey (paintings, porcelain, bronze) , 1886 April 2   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 8: p. 3

Mother of Sculptor, Anne Whitney, is 101 yrs old , 1886 April 3   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 9: p. 3

Sale of paintings at Davis & Harvey , 1886 April 3   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 9: p. 1

Painting Lessons , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 10: p. 2

Exhibition of artistic metal work held in Rome , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 10: p. 1

Art auction at Thomas Birch's Sons, Two Paintings… , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 10: p. 1

Proposed Monument to Pastorius , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 10: p. 1

Books received– Etching in America , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 10: p. 2

Monthly reception and exhibit at school of Industrial Arts , 1886 April 6   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 11: p. 1

Sale of Paintings by Rowney of London , 1886 April 6   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 11: p. 3

Etchingsnow at James S. Earles & Sons , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 12: p. 1

Art for all'– new monthly publication , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 12: p. 2

Monument erected in Melborne, Australia , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 12: p. 3

Fire at PAFA , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 13: p. 1

McClellan Memorial Committee , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 13: p. 1

Painting Sale , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 13: p. 4

PAFA fire may direct public subscriptions to institution , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 14: p. 2

List of damages caused by PAFA fire, McCullough Mem , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 14: p. 3

Ad for painting lessons , 1886 April 10   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 15: p. 4

In memory of J. Welsh , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 16: p. 2

Death of J. Welsh , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 16 : p. 4

Tribute to John Welsh , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 17: p. 1

What became of the money for monument to 'Liberty' , 1886 April 14   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 18: p. 1

McClellan Memorial Committee , 1886 April 15   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 19: p. 1

John Welsh Memorial Fund , 1886 April 16   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 20: p. 1

List of subscribers to Penn Museum Fund , 1886 April 17   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 21: p. 1

23rd Regiment to erect monument at Gettysburg , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 23: p. 1

Davis & Harvey auction includes works by Phil. Artists , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 23: p. 1

Miss Levis and Van Trump to resume art studies in Eur. , 1886 April 20   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 23: p. 1

The Grant Monument Fund , 1886 April 21   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 24: p. 1

Memorial Tea to help keep Penn Museum Open , 1886 April 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 27: p. 1

Grand Art Reception , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 27: p. 1

Portrait of a woman by Rembrandt purchased… , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 27: p. 2

Education of the Artist , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 27: p. 2

Art Notes , 1886 April 28   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 30: p. 1

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 April 29   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 31: p. 1

Prizes awarded for model of monument to Pastorius , 1886 April 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 32: p. 1

Phil. Society of Artists attemtp to organize exhibition… , 1886 April 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 32: p. 2

Proposed site for McClellan monument , 1886 April 30   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 101 No. 32: p. 3

Trenton Battle Monument , 1891 December 21   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 75: p. 3

Am. Annual of Photography and Phot. Times Almanac , 1891 December 23   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 77: p. 3

Valuable Paintings Seized , 1891 December 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112. No. 78: p. 1

"Unique Monument" – made from marble and athletic equip , 1891 December 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112. No. 78: p. 6

Architectural League opens exhibition of plans (N.Y.) , 1891 December 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 78: p. 8

Am. Annual of Photography and Phot. Times Almanac , 1891 December 24   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 78: p. 4

Trenton Battle Monument , 1891 December 26   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 80: p. 1

Trenton Battle Monument , 1891 December 28   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 81: p. 1, 8

Art Matters – Art loan exhibition, J.S. Sargeant at English Art Club, Earles Galleries – "Old Yale Farce" , 1891 December 29   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 82: p. 4

"Kate Field and Free Art" – duty–free , 1892 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 87: p. 1

Art Matters' – Sixty Seventh Annual Exhibition of National Academy, Albert Brucejoy, Sculptor , 1892 January 5   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 88: p. 4

Portrait of J. Buchanan sold to relative, portrait by W.E MacMaster , 1892 January 8   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 91: p. 3

Art Matters' Hookinson Smith, Walteau, Meissonier , 1892 January 14   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 4

PAFA receives "Three Beggars of Cordova" by E.L. Weeks , 1892 January 14   [Box 5 Notebook 17]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 7

Subseries II.3. Philadelphia Times, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 4–1886 April 30

Calvert Vaux, the architect , 1886 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3765: p. 2

Raphael pictures , 1886 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3765: p. 2

Exhibition of Photography , 1886 January 6   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3767: p. 2

The Art Journal , 1886 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3765

Cyclorama– Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 January 5   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3766

Monuments for the Park , 1886 January 6   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3767

Paintings for the Cyclorama , 1886 January 8   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3769

Notes About Pictures' , 1886 January 10   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3771

American Art Abroad , 1886 January 11   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3772

Photographic Exhibition , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3773

Academy of Fine Arts Appoints Jury of Selection and Hanging Committee , 1886 January 13   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3774

Paul Baudry , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3776

Great Monument , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3776

Philadelphia Photographic Society Exhibition , 1886 January 16   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3777

Art Stained Glass , 1886 January 16   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3777

The Great Memorial Fund , 1886 January 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3778

Talk About the Arts , 1886 January 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3778

Ten Gold Medals for Photographs , 1886 January 18   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3779

Art and Archaeology , 1886 January 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3785

McCullogh Monument , 1886 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3788

Blackburn's lecture on Water–Color Painting , 1886 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3790

Rogers–Bookwalter Picture Sold , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3791

Boughton's 'The Return of the Mayflower' , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3791

Art and Artists' – art club, permanent collection at PAFA… , 1886 January 31   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3792

English Water Colors at PAFA , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3794: p. 2

Panorama of Battle of Missionary Ridge Opening Reception , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3795: p. 4

Monument to Hendricks , 1886 February 5   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3797: p. 2

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 February 6   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3798: p. 4

Review of English Watercolor Exhibit at PAFA , 1886 February 7   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3799: p. 6

Panorama– realistic scenes , 1886 February 9   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3801: p. 3

Senate agrees to a resolution providing for monument to Hancock , 1886 February 11   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3803: p. 1

Mr. Blackburn's last lecture at PAFA , 1886 February 12   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3804: p. 1

Vereschagin intends to paint a picture representing London riots , 1886 February 13   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3805: p. 2

Pictures and Painters'– Watercolor Exhibit, Mallais Exhibition at Grosvenor Gallery , 1886 February 14   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3806: p. 3

George Harbert, art critic, resides with neice in Philadelphia , 1886 February 15   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3807: p. 2

Mrs. Morgan's art collection to be sold, most important sale ever held , 1886 February 15   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3807: p. 2

Thomans Eakins resigns as chief instructor of painting at PAFA , 1886 February 16   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3808: p. 2

Indelicate' and 'Crude' pictures removed from Girard House , 1886 February 16   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3808: p. 2

McCullough Monument fund progressing , 1886 February 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3809: p. 2

Photo of Hancock by Gutekunst , 1886 February 18   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3010: p. 1

Hancock Memorial , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3811: p. 2

Students protest Eakins resignation (PAFA) , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3811: p. 3

Plans to erect monument to General McClellan , 1886 February 20   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3812: p. 2

Art at Home and Abroad: Eakins Removal… , 1886 February 21   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3813: p. 4

Ancient Rome'– statue of Bacchus uncovered , 1886 February 21   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3813: p. 4

McClellan Monument , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3815: p. 2

McClellan Monument , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3815: p. 3

George C. Lambodin's painting for exhibition at National Academy… , 1886 February 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3816: p. 2

McClellan Monument Association; Hancock Memorial Fund , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3819: p. 2

Art, Religion and Life' Ruskin's Autobiography , 1886 February 28   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3820: p. 3

Topics of Taste'– public monuments, Part Art Association… , 1886 February 28   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3820: p. 5

Patronage in Art– a patronage of art is superfluous in America , 1886 March 1   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3821: p. 3

Ad for Earle's Galleries , 1886 March 1   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3821: p. 4

The Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3824: p. 1

Works by Trotter, Lambdin and Richards on Exhibition , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3824: p. 2

The Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3825: p. 1

The Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3826: p. 1

Monument to Hancock , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3826: p. 2

Unclothed Statues in the Park , 1886 March 7   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3827: p. 3

Henry K. Brown, the sculptor, adjudged of unsound mind… , 1886 March 7   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3827: p. 4

The Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3829: p. 1

The McClellan Monument Association , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3829: p. 3

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 11   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3831: p. 2

Growth of Artistic Tastes , 1886 March 13   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3833: p. 10

James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 March 13   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3833: p. 10

Among the Artists'– new principal to be choosen at school of Design for Women , 1886 March 14   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3834: p. 4

Pennsylvania Museum , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3837: p. 2

Society of Artist Seventeenth Reception , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3837: p. 2

Mr. Halle's collection of etchings , 1886 March 20   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3840: p. 3

Notes about Art' – Morgan Art Sale, Millet, Ruskin , 1886 March 21   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3841: p. 4

The Social Art Club– more social than artistic , 1886 March 21   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3841: p. 6

Sale of F. De B. Richards pictures , 1886 March 21   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3841: p. 2

Reinhold Begas finishing bust of Bismarck , 1886 March 22   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3842: p. 2

To Save the Park Museum , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3844: p. 2

McClellan Memorial , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3844: p. 2

C.J. Halle collection of etchings on sale… , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3844: p. 3

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3844: p. 4

The McClellan Monument; Fairmount Art Association Sale , 1886 March 25   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3845: p. 3

Too many monuments , 1886 March 27   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3847: p. 4

New Publications'– Les Lettres et les Arts , 1886 March 27   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3847: p. 6

Contemporary Art' PAFA in need of funds, vulgar paintings… , 1886 March 28   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3848: p. 5

A Wonderful Artist'– sketch artist at Japanes Village , 1886 March 30   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3850: p. 2

George C. Lambodin to lecture on the History of Art, Hancock Monument , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3852: p. 2

Models for Pastorius Monument , 1886 April 3   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3854: p. 1

The Barye Bronzes , 1886 April 3   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3854: p. 5

Mr. Todd's Lectures on Great Artists , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3855: p. 1

The Monuments we need'; Healy, portrait painter , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3855: p. 4

Pictures and Painters'– Artists Fund Society, New York Academy… , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3855: p. 4

The Pastorius Memorial , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3855: p. 4

Memorial to Hancock , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3858: p. 2

PAFA Fire in Northwest gallery , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3859: p. 1

Art for All – periodical , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3859: p. 3

Academy Fire– list of damages , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3860: p. 3

Jennie Chamberlin's portrait by Hughes of London , 1886 April 10   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3861: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 April 10   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3861: p. 8

Fine Art Talk'– American artists lack standard of excellence beyond.. , 1886 April 11   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3862: p. 5

McClellan Memorial– Commissioners to select a site , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3864: p. 2

Meade Statue almost read to be cast in Bronze (Alexander M. Calder) , 1886 April 16   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3867: p. 2

Magazine of Art , 1886 April 17   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3868: p. 7

Philadelphia Artists' works to be sold at Davis & Harvey , 1886 April 18   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3869: p. 2

Painters and Critics'– proposed new Art club… , 1886 April 18   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3869: p. 4

Salon– opening of the exhibition , 1886 April 20   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3871: p. 2

Trego's claim against PAFA , 1886 April 20   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3871: p. 3

Philadelphia artists' works to be sold , 1886 April 22   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3873: p. 1

Philadelphia artists' work to be sold , 1886 April 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3875: p. 2

Cyclorama– Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 April 24   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3875: p. 3

Fresco Painters' Association , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3876: p. 1

What is New in Art' – critique of New York art exhibit, impressionists , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3876: p. 4

Hillard's painting of John Howard Payne , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3877: p. 2

Society of Artists make plans to raise money for PAFA , 1886 April 30   [Box 5 Notebook 18]

No. 3881: p. 1

Subseries II.4. Philadelphia Record, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 3–1886 April 30

A Great Picture Swindle in Paris , 1886 January 3   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5602: p. 3

Art in the Household– Modeling in Clay and Wax for Drawing Pictures , 1886 January 3   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5602: p. 4

Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 January 3   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5602: p. 7

Photographic Society of Philadelphia Exhibition at PAFA , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5066: p. 1

Transferring Works of Art , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5066: p. 4

Exhibition of Photographs , 1886 January 9   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5068: p. 7

Vanderbilt Paintings, Realisitic Paintings , 1886 January 10   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5069: p. 3

Art in the Household , 1886 January 10   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5069: p. 4

Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 January 10   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5069: p. 5

Perpetually McClellan Memorial , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5071: p. 4

Academy of Fine Arts , 1886 January 13   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5072: p. 4

Grant Monument , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5074: p. 1

Art In the Household , 1886 January 17   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5076: p. 4

Art in the Household , 1886 January 24   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5083: p. 4

An Art Club to be formed , 1886 January 25   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5084: p. 1

Appeal for McClellan Memorial , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5089: p. 1

Selling a Philadelphia Picture , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5089: p. 8

Art in the Household , 1886 January 31   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5090: p. 4

Modest Philadelphians do not have their portrait painted , 1886 January 31   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5090: p. 7

American Exhibition Postponed , 1886 February 1   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5091: p. 1

English Watercolor , 1886 February 1   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5091: p. 2

Academy of Fine Arts– stockholders' annual meeting , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5091: p. 1

Art in the Household , 1886 February 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5097: p. 4

Panorama of Missionary Ridge , 1886 February 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5097: p. 8

McCullough's Memory– design adopted for monument , 1886 February 8   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5098: p. 1

Art in the Household , 1886 February 14   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5104: p. 4

D' Huyvetter Collection on exhibition at Davis & Harvey , 1886 February 16   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5106: p. 4

Selling of D' Huyvetter collection , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5109: p. 1

Forming an Art Club , 1886 February 21   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5111: p. 3

Art in the Household , 1886 February 21   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5111: p. 4

Grant Memorial Fund Art Student's League Organized , 1886 February 21   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5111: p. 6

Union League Art Association , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5113: p. 4

McClellan Memorial; 'Hesperus' by Lambodin on display , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5117: p. 1

Art in the Household , 1886 February 28   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5118: p. 4

Note and Comment' Stone asks for contributions… , 1886 March 3   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5121: p. 2

Beethoven Statue Association , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5123: p. 1

Henry K. Brown unsound in mind , 1886 March 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5125: p. 1

Morgan Art Sale; Art in the Household; Rosa Bonheur's rival , 1886 March 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5125: p. 4

Emily Sartain complete portrait of Mrs. Beech , 1886 March 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5125: p. 8

Medallion portrait of Charles Ronde , 1886 March 8   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5126: p. 2

Monument to McClellan , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5127: p. 4

Local News Paragraphed Philadelphia Society of Artists , 1886 March 11   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5129: p. 1

Mrs. Mary Jane Morgan– biographical , 1886 March 14   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5132: p. 4

A fondness for expensive photographs; Panorama , 1886 March 16   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5134: p. 3

Reception of the Society of Artists– new pictures by the Phil. artists , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5135: p. 4

Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art to hold meeting , 1886 March 18   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5136: p. 4

Art Association of Union League , 1886 March 19   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5137: p. 1

Art in the Household , 1886 March 21   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5139: p. 4

McCullough Monument , 1886 March 22   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5140: p. 1

An Art School's Debt , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5142: p. 4

Fairmount Park Art Association , 1886 March 25   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5143: p. 4

J. Liberty Tadd to deliver lecture , 1886 March 26   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5144: p. 1

Magazine of Art , 1886 March 27   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5145: p. 6

Art in the Household , 1886 March 28   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5146: p. 4

Personal Chitchat , 1886 March 28   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5146: p. 7

Meissonier's work damaged , 1886 March 29   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5147

Meissonier's work damaged, Morgan Sale , 1886 March 30   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5148: p. 2

Aid for Penn Museum , 1886 March 31   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5149

Beethoven Memorial Association , 1886 April 2   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5151: p. 1

Art in the Household– How to prepare colors on the palette , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5153: p. 4

Morgan Art Sale– humorous , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5156: p. 7

Panorama of Lookout Mountain , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5157: p. 4

PAFA fire– lists paintings lost or damaged , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5158: p. 4

Burning of Temple Portraits , 1886 April 10   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5159: p. 1

Art in the Household– copying flowers from Nature , 1886 April 11   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5160: p. 4

Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5162: p. 4

Memorial to John Welsh , 1886 April 16   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5165: p. 4

Model for Meade Statue , 1886 April 17   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5166: p. 1

Magazine of Art , 1886 April 17   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5166: p. 6

Art in the Household– Landscape painting for Ceramic Artist , 1886 April 18   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No.5167: p. 4

Art in the Household– Application and blending of colors , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5175: p. 4

Pafa fire– Phil Society of artists arranges fundraising exhibition… , 1886 April 30   [Box 5 Notebook 19]

No. 5180

Subseries II.5. Philadelphia Press, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 2–1886 April 26

Japanese Work in Bronze , 1886 January 2   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Notes Among Artists , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Art & Artists , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Art in Photography , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

The Photographic Awards , 1886 January 14   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

An Art Club Assured , 1886 January 24   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

The New Art Club , 1886 January 25   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Advertisement– Oil Paintings , 1886 January 25   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 8

To McClellan's Memory , 1886 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Good Prices for Pictures , 1886 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Paintings in Water Colors , 1886 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Advertisement– James E. Earle & Sons , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 8

Annual Meeting of stockholders of PAFA , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

English Water Color Exhibit , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

Henry Blackburn's lecture 'Art of Painting in Water–Color' , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Henry Blackburn's lecture 'Art of Painting in Water–Color' , 1886 February 6   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

A Trip of Philadelphia Art Students , 1886 February 8   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

Appeal made for duty–free art , 1886 February 13   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Learning to model in clay , 1886 February 14   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 6

Thomas Eakins resignation , 1886 February 15   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Forming a Student's League , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Hancock Monument , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Monument to McClellan , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Morgan Collection– lists paintings sold , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 7

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Statue of Beethoven , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Morgan Art Sale– Meissonier's 'In the Library' , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Lecture on Ancient Art , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 1

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 8   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Social Art Club– election of officers, ammending constitution , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 10   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 1

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 11   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 13   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 1

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 14   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 1

Artist's Society– Seventeenth Annual Reception , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Industrial Art School's Progress , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 7

Ad for Sale of C.J. Halle's etchings at Thomas Birch's Sons , 1886 March 22   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 7

C.J. Halle's etchings for sale , 1886 March 23   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Lectures by J. Tadd on Michael Angelo, Raphael, Sculpture… , 1886 March 28   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 6

Halle Etchings , 1886 March 29   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Beethoven's Monument , 1886 March 31   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Personal' Whistler's upcoming exhibit , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 April 3   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 8

Rare Collection of Modern and Antique and Oriental Wares , 1886 April 4   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

National Academy of Design Exhibition includes Philadelphai Artists , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Portrait of Lucy Hoooper, noted correspondent, by S.H. Darker , 1886 April 7   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

Fire (PAFA), Art Sale at Dan's & Harvey (antiques) , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Artworks lost in PAFA fire , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 5

Personal' Joseph Pennell's picture of Broud Street Station… , 1886 April 11   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Fanning Art Sale , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 3

Carl Becker's portrait of Admiral Porter , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

McClellan Memorial , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 2

Horace Vernet's picture brings $2,000; Moses Ezekiel , 1886 April 14   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Town Talk' Sale of works by Philadelphia Artists at Davis & Harvey , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Exhibition of Philadelphia artists, Sword, Trotter, Waugh, Poore, etc , 1886 April 21   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

American receives entrance to the Ecole des Beaux Arts… , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Sale of Duke of Marlborough's old masters at Christies , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 1

New Proposed Art Club; Americans exhibit at French Salon , 1886 April 25   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

The impressionists at American Art Association (critical in tone) , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 4

Editorial on Philadelphia's recognition of John J. Boyle , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 20]

Vol. 28: p. 8

Subseries II.6. North American, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 6–1886 April 28

Proposed Monument to McCullough , 1886 January 6   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Proposed Hendrick Monument , 1886 January 9   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Beautiful Photographs– exhibition of Photographic Society of Phil. , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

PAFA selected jury of selection and hanging committee , 1886 January 13   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Diplomas for the Photographers , 1886 January 14   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Morgan Art Sale (Gov. Morgan) , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Photo–Callotype of Gen .Grant by Dr. Golborne of Philadelphia , 1886 January 18   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 January 20   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Ad for James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 January 23   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

English water–color exhibit postponed , 1886 January 26   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

F. Gutekunst building burned , 1886 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

About Art and Artists– schools and societies , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 5

Fine Arts'– PAFA's annual stockholder's meeting , 1886 February 2   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Some Fine Water Colors , 1886 February 6   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Free High Art Exhibition , 1886 February 13   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Petition made requesting T. Eakins to withdraw resignation , 1886 February 18   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

The Fiery Art Students , 1886 February 17   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

D'Huyvetter's collection contains superb works , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Grant Memorial Fund , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Art Student's League , 1886 February 20   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

McClellan Monument , 1886 February 23   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

A Safe Place for Pictures , 1886 February 26   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

McClellan Memorial Fund , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

The Girls Who Pose , 1886 March 3   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

The Beethoven Statue , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Morgan Art Sale– Meissonier's 'In the Library' , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Morgan Art Sale– Meissonier's 'In the Library' , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

McClellan Monument Fund , 1886 March 10   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Vase Damaged at Morgan Art Sale , 1886 March 13   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Philadelphia Society of Artists gives 17th Reception , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

McClellan Monument , 1886 March 18   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Grant Monument Fund (N.Y.) , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Monument Association to Combine Fairmount Art Association , 1886 March 25   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

J. Liberty Tadd to lecture on Michael Angelo Rapael and Sculpture , 1886 March 26   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Personal Points' Bonnat income estimated to be $100.00 , 1886 March 29   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 4

Burning Works of Art (PAFA Fire) , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Water Color Sale at James S. Earle & Sons , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Oil Painting Picked up at Sea , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

John Welsh Memorial Fund , 1886 April 16   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Free Exhibition– Miss Von Trump Miss Lewis Exhibit… , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 1

Taking Pictures , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 6

Our Museum and Our Art , 1886 April 24   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Proposed Memorial to John Welsh , 1886 April 27   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Proposed Memorial to John Welsh , 1886 April 28   [Box 5 Notebook 21]

p. 2

Subseries II.7. Evening Telegraph, 1886
Part 1 , 1886 January 4–1886 April 28

The Fine Arts– E.O. Morgan Collection , 1886 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 3: p. 3

Cyclorama of Battle of Gettysburg , 1886 January 4   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 3: p. 6

English Watercolors of PAFA– editorial comment PAFA , 1886 January 5   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 4: p. 3

Contest over William Pages' Estate , 1886 January 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 5: p. 1

Photographic Art at PAFA promises to be largest and most important , 1886 January 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 5: p. 6

Sir John Millais' daughter is married , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 6: p. 3

English Watercolors at PAFA , 1886 January 7   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 6: p. 6

Fine Art Notes– announing exhibitions and art club meetings , 1886 January 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 7: p. 4

The Fine Arts – Eighth annual exhibition of Salmangundi Club… , 1886 January 11   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No. 9: p. 3

The Art Photographic– Exhibition of Photographic Society at PAFA , 1886 January 12   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.10: p. 3

The Fine Arts– Committee of artists choosen for exhibition (PAFA) , 1886 January 13   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.11: p. 3

portrait of Goethe, by Heinrich, found , 1886 January 13   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.11: p. 4

Fine Art Notes– Death of Heinlein, Meissonier photo paint , 1886 January 14   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.12: p. 4

Closing of Photographers' Exhibition at the Academy , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.13: p. 3

Vereschagen defends against accusations of being "anti–Christian" , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.13: p. 4

Philadelphia Society's exhibition– nearly all works by amateurs , 1886 January 15   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.13: p. 6

Pictures purchased by subscription , 1886 January 16   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.14: p. 4

Corporators defeat motion to dissolve connection.. , 1886 January 19   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.16: p. 4

Fine Art Notes– Societie des Artistes, Boehm's marble bust… , 1886 January 19   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.16: p. 4

The Fine Arts– Fairman Rogers Collection from West Rittenhouse… , 1886 January 20   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.17: p. 3

The McCullough Monument , 1886 January 20   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.17: p. 6

Artists Life in Paris– American Students most industrious of all… , 1886 January 21   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.18: p. 3

The Fine Arts– Painting by Constant Makoffsky on Exhibition in N.Y. , 1886 January 22   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.19: p. 3

Fine Art Notes– Holman Hunt, M. Casey, Landseer Scholarships , 1886 January 22   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.19: p. 4

E.T. Billing's paintings of Theodore Parker , 1886 January 23   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.20: p. 4

Fairmount Park Art Association– Calder, Saint Gaudens, Boyle… , 1886 January 23   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.20: p. 6

Talk about an Art Club , 1886 January 25   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.21: p. 3

William H. Beard comments on people of Ohio; 'Science and Art'… , 1886 January 26   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.22: p. 4

Paul Baudry dying , 1886 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.23: p. 8

Lists title of lectures to be given by Blackvurn at PAFA on watercolor , 1886 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.25: p. 3

Grant Memorial Fund– list subscriptions , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.26: p. 5

The McClellan Monument Fund– F.P.A.A. makes appeal for funds , 1886 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.26: p. 6

The Fine Arts– English Watercolors exhibit to open at academy , 1886 February 1   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.27: p. 3

The Art Journal , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.29: p. 3

Paul Baudry's comments on Open House decorations , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.29: p. 4

Parisian Gossip' Sale of collection once belonging to Eugene Giraud , 1886 February 3   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.29: p. 8

Contemporary opinion, Nast gathering impressions , 1886 February 4   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.30: p. 4

The Fine Arts– English Water–Color Exhibition , 1886 February 4   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.30: p. 8

The Fine Arts– English Water–Color Exhibition , 1886 February 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.32: p. 3

Amusements' Announcements for Henry Blackburn's last lecture , 1886 February 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.33: p. 3

Personal Notes' Monument to Hidalgo; portrait of Gen. Grant , 1886 February 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.33: p. 4

Parisian Gossip– Art Exhibit at Artistic and Literary Club… , 1886 February 10   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.35: p. 8

The Fine Arts– The English Water–Colors, F.K.M. Rehn at Earle's , 1886 February 11   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.36: p. 8

The Fine Arts– Morgan art collection on exhibition at American Art As. , 1886 February 12   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.37: p. 3

What is technique? , 1886 February 15   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.39: p. 4

Personal Notes' Coline S. Brooks completes marble busts of Macy.. , 1886 February 16   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.40: p. 4

McCullough Monument , 1886 February 17   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.41: p. 3

Fine Art Notes– Breton, Niehaus to model statue of Allen, Baudry… , 1886 February 19   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.43: p. 4

The Fine Arts– The Art Club, Cecelia Beaux's portrait of Chauncey… , 1886 February 24   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.47: p. 4

The Fine Arts– Gilbert Stuart's painting of Boardley just aquired , 1886 February 25   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.48: p. 4

New York Topics' The Morgan Collection , 1886 February 27   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.50: p. 8

Completion of Munkacsy's 'Mozart's Last Day' , 1886 March 2   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.52: p. 3

Appeal for money to financed erection of Liberty's pedestal , 1886 March 2   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.52: p. 1

Fine Art Notes– Rosettie and Milla's exhibition, Pierre Loison dead.. , 1886 March 3   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.53: p. 4

The Art Journal , 1886 March 3   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.53: p. 8

The Morgan Art Sale– list of principle paintings sold , 1886 March 4   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.54: p. 3

Mrs. Morgan's Paintings– list of paintings sold , 1886 March 5   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.55: p. 6

Lecture given by Herkomer at Harvard entitled 'Notoriety in Art' , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.56: p. 1

The Morgan Art Sale– All paintings disposed of , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.56: p. 3

Personal Notes– Henry Brown adjudged to be unsound in mind , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.56: p. 4

Rembrandt purchased by Belgium government , 1886 March 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.56: p. 7

Greek sculptor Apergis makes statue of Lord Guilford , 1886 March 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.57: p. 4

Parisian Gossip– exhibition at Salon to open, names artists and work , 1886 March 9   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.58: p. 8

Fine Art Notes– Millais' 'Bubbles', Bouguereau's 'An Echo from the… , 1886 March 12   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.61: p. 4

New York Topics'– paintings by great artists placed in bar rooms… , 1886 March 13   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.62: p. 8

Statue erected to memory of Claude Bernard , 1886 March 15   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.63: p. 4

The Morgan Collection , 1886 March 16   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.64: p. 3

H.J. Thaddeus completes portrait of the Pope , 1886 March 16   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.64: p. 4

The Fine Arts– Phil. Society of Artists hold reception at PAFA , 1886 March 17   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.65: p. 4

Art Work in Schools– Industrial Art Exhibit , 1886 March 22   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.69: p. 6

Fine Art Notes– Am. Water Color Society Sale, Corcoran Gold... , 1886 March 23   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.70: p. 4

Parisian Gossip– Cabanel and other artists , 1886 March 23   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.70: p. 8

Personal Notes'– Statue of Sir Joseph by Chantrey moved… , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.71: p. 4

McCullough Monument , 1886 March 24   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.71: p. 6

Thomas Nast purchases half–interest in the Pearle , 1886 March 25   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.72: p. 4

Grecian Excavations– statues unearthed at Acropolis , 1886 March 30   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.76: p. 8

Barye Bronzes– series of proofs at Caldwell & Co. , 1886 April 1   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.78: p. 8

Pastorius Memorial– Committee on models and plans to receive , 1886 April 2   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.79: p. 7

A.B. Frost is studying Georgia scenery; Whistler's newest… , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.81: p. 4

Parisian Gossip' Proceedings of the jury of the salon involves… , 1886 April 5   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.81: p. 8

Art Notes'– Sixty–first Annual Exhibition of the Academy of Design , 1886 April 6   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.82: p. 3

PAFA Fire , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.84: p. 4

PAFA Fire– lists of damages, detailed report of incidence and causes , 1886 April 8   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.84: p. 6

Fine Art Notes– C.B. Birch, Rembrandt purchased by Belgium gov. , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.85: p. 4

PAFA Fire , 1886 April 9   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.85: p. 6

Fine Arts' Impressionist exhibition in N.Y. galleries of American Art.. , 1886 April 10   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.86: p. 3

Fine Arts'– Harry R. Poore's 'The Case of a City Day'; Beaux , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.87: p. 3

PAFA Fire , 1886 April 12   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.87: p. 4

A fashionable Sculpture , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.88: p. 3

Luxemburg gallery (Parisian Gossip) , 1886 April 13   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.88: p. 8

Personal Notes, Berlin Academy of Fine Arts, Art Union of London , 1886 April 14   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.89: p. 4

Exhibition of works by Levis and Van Trump at American Art Room , 1886 April 17   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.92: p. 6

(Commentary) The Proposed Art Club , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.93: p. 4

Trego looses suit in case of Temple Prize , 1886 April 19   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.93: p. 6

Magazine of Art , 1886 April 20   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.94: p. 3

A.B. Frost Returns from N. Georgia , 1886 April 21   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.95: p. 4

Pictures of Fraulein von Waldenburg sold; Statue of Lessing, drawing , 1886 April 23   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.97: p. 4

The Paris Salon– about pictures to be shown… , 1886 April 24   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.98: p. 3

The Fine Arts– 'The Innovocation of Moses' by Dobson , 1886 April 26   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol. 45 No.99: p. 4

Death of Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey , 1886 April 28   [Box 5 Notebook 22]

Vol.45 No.101: p. 4

Subseries II.8. Evening Bulletin, 1891–1892
Part 1 , 1891 December 17–1892 January 30

Hartrantt Statue , 1891 December 17   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 3

J. Davis Monument (Baltimore) , 1891 December 18   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 1

Fr. Artist's Models , 1891 December 18   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 3

N. Crane's Art exhibition in Boston , 1891 December 18   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 4

Deisgns submitted for Monument to David C. Hennessy (New Orleans) , 1891 December 29   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 2

Jules Breton's "First Communion" sold in Phila. For $45,506 , 1891 December 30   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 213: p. 4

Personal Mention' Albert Bierstadt to paint four historical paintings for World's fair; Randolph Rogers , 1892 January 20   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 240: p. 4

Placingot in House portraits of ex. Speaker Grow and Samuel J. Randall (speech published) , 1892 January 21   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 241: p. 3

PAFA Sixty–second Exhibition – Description of works by Wm. Chase, Cox, Tryon, Picknell , 1892 January 21   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 241: p. 4

Loan Exhibition at Art Club , 1892 January 23   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 243: p. 3

Personal Mention' Portrait of Cardinal Glibbons , 1892 January 25   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 245: p. 4

Parision causerie' M. Leon Bonnat elected pres. Of "Old Salon" , 1892 January 27   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 247: p. 4

Current Notes – Louis Muller dead; Equestrian Statue of E. Frederick , 1892 January 28   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 248: p. 2

Ball Hughes, sculptor, pupil of Flaxman , 1892 January 28   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 248: p. 4

Newspaper Artist Mobbed (New Orleans) , 1892 January 28   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 248: p. 8

"Magazine of Art" , 1892 January 29   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 249: p. 4

Portrait of Dolly Madison by E.F. Andrews (Nat. Gallery) , 1892 January 30   [Box 5 Notebook 23]

Vol. 45 No. 249: p. 4

Series III. Drexel family , 1886–1896

The listing of articles for the Drexel family is incomplete. The folders contain additional articles that have not been included in the detailed list.

Subseries III.1. Philadelphia Inquirer, 1886–1896
Part 1 , 1886–1890

Drexel Home , 1886 November 10   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

Joseph Drexel , 1887 January 7   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

To Washington , 1887 February 12   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

George Childs , 1887 February 18   [Box 6 F1]

p. 7

J. Drexel's Will , 1887 April 2   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

Drexel Cottage , 1887 April 10   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

AJ Drexel Sails for Europe , 1887 May 9   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

AJ and Childs in Long Island with Shades , 1887 July 14   [Box 6 F1]

p. 7

George W Childs , 1887 August 23   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

G.W. Childs and A.J. Drexel travel to Washington on business (Post Office Bldg.) , 1887 February 12   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Death of J.W. Drexel , 1888 March 29   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

J.W. Drexel's will , 1888 April 2   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

Drexel Cottage , 1888 April 10   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

A.J. Drexel and G.W. Childs subscribe for private performance by Langley , 1887 August 18   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

Misses Drexels begin tour of Roman Catholic missions ($100,00 donation) , 1887 October 3   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

Miss Drexel's wedding , 1889 January 17   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Miss Drexel's wedding , 1889 January 18   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

The Drexel Institute , 1889 August 21   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

A.J. Drexel and Childs donate money for library , 1889 September 23   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Drexel Institute , 1889 September 23   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

Drexel Institute , 1889 September 23   [Box 6 F1]

p. 5

George C. Childs , 1889 October 10   [Box 6 F1]

p. 4

Kate Drexel takes white veil , 1889 November 8   [Box 6 F1]

p. 1

Kate Drexel takes white veil , 1889 November 16   [Box 6 F1]

p. 3

Mary J. Drexel House , 1889 December 26   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Elizabeth L. Drexel marries , 1890 January 8   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

AJ sails for Europe , 1890 May 8   [Box 6 F1]

p. 1

The Child's Fountain , 1890 September 4   [Box 6 F1]

p. 1

Mary J. Drexel Home , 1890 October 3   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Big Fraud on Drexels , 1890 October 25   [Box 6 F1]

p. 1

Big Fraud on Drexels , 1890 October 26   [Box 6 F1]

p. 2

Plot Against Drexels , 1890 November 8   [Box 6 F1]

p. 1

Part 2 , 1891–1896

Chauncey M. Depew to donate 1,000,000 to Drexel , 1891 December 17   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 1

Drexel Inst. Dedicated , 1891 December 18   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 1, 2

Drexel Inst. (commentary) , 1891 December 18   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 4

City accepts Drexel's Christmas gift , 1891 December 19   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 4

Reg. at Drexel Inst (400 applicants) , 1892 January 5   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 3

Mrs. J.W. Paul makes gift of 3,500 to Drexel , 1892 January 6   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 1

The Museum – Bulk of purchased by Ma , 1892 January 9   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 2

Chauncey M. Depew's wit , 1892 January 24   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 4

Drexel Institute (Washington's Birthday) , 1892 January 28   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 7

A.J. Cassatt , 1892 January 28   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 125: p. 8

Pennsylvania and Drexel's , 1892 May 28   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 4

G. Childs returns after 10,000 mi. journey , 1892 June 11   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 4

G. Childs offers prize to best students (Princeton) , 1892 June 17   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 1

Flowers from Mr. Childs , 1892 July 21   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 2

Drexel Inst. Managers , 1892 October 13   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 5

A.J. Drexel Jr. appointed guardian of Paul and Biddle minors , 1892 October 16   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Choral music at Drexel , 1892 November 10   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 126: p. 8

Public Ledger fire , 1892 December 7   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 1, 3

Drexel Institute – Monthly meeting , 1892 December 14   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 5

Col. And Mrs. A.J. Drexel move into residence at 39th and Walnut , 1892 December 25   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 12

A.J. Drexel elected member of FPAA Board of Trustees , 1893 March 3   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 8

Works by Drexel students to be exhibited at PAFA; Loan exhibition of minatures , 1893 February 14   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 4, 5

Drexel Inst. Exhibit – draw, clay modeling , 1893 April 5   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 2

Exhibition by Drexel students , 1893 June 8   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 1

Drexel Inst. Practical work , 1893 June 13   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 127: p. 5

Death of A.J. Drexel – (pleurisy) (German resort of apoplexy) , 1893 July 1   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 1

Editorial on Death of A.J. Drexel , 1893 July 1   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 4

A.J. Drexel's illness , 1893 July 2   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 1

A.J. Drexel's death , 1893 July 2   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 4

A.J. Drexel (editorial) , 1893 July 3   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 4

A.J. Drexel's body to be brought back on Wilhelm II , 1893 July 4   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 8

Board meets to express appr. Of Drexel's benevolence , 1893 July 7   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 128: p. 2

A.J. Drexel Funeral , 1893 July 19   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 2

A.J. Drexel's Funeral – those attending , 1893 July 20   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 5

Mr. Welsh may enter firm of Drexel & Co. , 1893 July 20   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 7

Drexel's Will – Distribution , 1893 July 21   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 1, 5

A. Drexel Biddle employed at Ledger , 1893 July 21   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 2

Pastel portrait of A.J. Drexel on display at Bailey Banks and Bidd , 1893 September 29   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 129: p. 1

Cyrus E. Dallin (Instruction at Drexel) , 1896 April 13   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 7

A.J. Drexel's New Yacht' , 1896 April 24   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Exhibition at Drexel (Bertha Colson Day) , 1896 May 10   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 12

Exhbition of student art works , 1896 May 26   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 3

Drexel Exhibition (H. Pyle) , 1896 May 31   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 20

Drexel 'Spaulding lecture' , 1896 November 29   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 23

Drexel Library , 1896 December 28   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 4

Drexel lectures , 1896 December 29   [Box 6 F2]

Vol. 134: p. 8

Subseries III.2. Evening Call, 1886–1887
Part 1 , 1886–1887

A.J. Drexel due back from Europe , 1886 July 13   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Re: Interest in Civil War battles , 1886 July 13   [Box 6 F3]

p. 4

Young Mr. Drexel's wedding , 1886 August 9   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

AJ Drexel to pay for main altar at church in Long Branch– memorial to brother, Francis Drexel , 1886 August 10   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

J.W. Drexel not dying , 1886 August 11   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

G.W. Childs to give reception at summer home, Wooten, for Florists' Convention , 1886 August 17   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

Do We Want Mexico? , 1886 August 16   [Box 6 F3]

p. 4

Florists' Gala Day , 1886 August 21   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

Printers' "Drexel & Childs" Fund , 1886 September 10   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

Drexel–Armstrong Wedding , 1886 September 13   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

Notable Wedding at Elberon , 1886 September 15   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Mary J. Drexel Home , 1886 September 23   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Select Excursion to Gettysburg , 1886 September 27   [Box 6 F3]

p. 7

Grant Headquarters Purchased – City Point , 1886 October 5   [Box 6 F3]

p. 2

G. W. Childs to Entertain Farmers' Club at Wooten , 1886 October 6   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Guests at Childs included Sen. Cameron, Joseph Pulitzer and others/ Florists give him 7 foot vase , 1886 October 8   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Bewregard visits Grant's Tomb , 1886 October 9   [Box 6 F3]

p. 1

Subseries III.3. Evening Bulletin, 1891–1892
Part 1 , 1891–1892

Death of Mrs. M.J. Drexel , 1891 November 28   [Box 6 F4]

p. 7

Drexel's Funeral , 1891 November 30   [Box 6 F4]

p. 1

The Drexel Institute (NY Times) , 1891 December 16   [Box 6 F4]

p. 9

Drexel Institute C. Depews Speech , 1891 December 17   [Box 6 F4]

p. 5

Commentary on Drexel , 1891 December 18   [Box 6 F4]

p. 4

Drexel–Child Home Dedicated , 1892 January 26   [Box 6 F4]

p. 6

Subseries III.4. Public Ledger, 1886 January 20–1892 January 14
Part 1 , 1886

3 daughters of Francis A. Drexel found school at home , 1886 January 20   [Box 6 F5]

p. 1

Irish Home Rule ed. , 1886 January 25   [Box 6 F5]

p. 2

Irish Home Rule , 1886 January 25   [Box 6 F5]

p. 3

Irish Home Rule , 1886 January 28   [Box 6 F5]

p. 3

Irish Parlimentary Fund (A.J. Drexel) , 1886 February 17   [Box 6 F5]

p. 3

Hancock Fund (A.J. Drexel, Chairman) , 1886 March 3   [Box 6 F5]

p. 3

Irish Fund , 1886 March 26   [Box 6 F5]

p. 1

Death of Mrs. A.J. Drexel , 1891 November 28   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 56: p. 4

Drexel Inst. , 1891 December 17   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 72: p. 4

Drexel Institute Dedication , 1891 December 18   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 73: p. 1, 2

Drexel Inst. , 1891 December 19   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 74: p. 2

Comments on Inst. from different papers , 1891 December 19   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 74: p. 5

Drexel Insitute , 1891 December 21   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 75: p. 2

Comments on Inst from different papers , 1891 December 21   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 75: p. 6

Public Ledger makes avail. Circular of Drexel Inst. , 1891 December 24   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 78: p. 6

Mary J. Drexel Home , 1891 December 25   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 79: p. 2

Drexel Institute (Chrsitian Union) , 1891 December 25   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 79: p. 4

Drexel's Great Treasures , 1891 December 28   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 81: p. 7

Drexel Inst. (other papers and publications) , 1891 December 30   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 83: p. 4

Drexel Inst. (Harper's Weekly) , 1891 December 31   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 84

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 2   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 86: p. 4

Drexel Inst. – 300 applicants , 1892 January 5   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 88: p. 7

Drexel Inst. – Mrs. J.A. Paul donates $5000 to museum, other donations , 1892 January 6   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 89: p. 2

Drexel Inst. (Catholic Standard) , 1892 January 6   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 89: p. 4

Museum , 1892 January 9   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 92: p. 2

Drexel – Organ , 1892 January 11   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 93: p. 2

Drexel Institute – Builders, engineers , 1892 January 13   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 95: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6

Drexel Inst. , 1892 January 14   [Box 6 F5]

Vol. 112 No. 96: p. 6