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G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery records, 1873-1998, bulk 1938-1998

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G. Cramer Oude Kunst Gallery Records
Series V. Miscellaneous papers, 1873-1998, undated 33.45 Linear Feet (29 boxes, 11 oversize boxes)
This series comprises additional prewar and postwar business correspondence of Hugo Cramer, Gustav Cramer, and Hans Max Cramer; personal correspondence and documents concerning the Cramer family; lists of artworks; some financial documents such as invoices, sales agreements, and commission agreements; documents of Hans Max Cramer's dealings with the Association of Art Dealers in the Netherlands, CINOA [International Confederation of Art and Antique Dealers], and the Rotary Club; and various publications, such as annotated auction catalogs, the gallery's sales catalogs, a collection of newspapers and magazines from the time of World War II, and a collection of press clippings.
Arrangement
The material in this series was organized by the repository into two subseries: letters and documents. The letters are arranged alphabetically. The documents are divided into two groups, of which one is arranged chronologically by year and the other alphabetically by topic.
Series V.A. Letters, 1880-1992, undated 3.13 Linear Feet (8 boxes)
The predominant portion of materials in this subseries consists of prewar and wartime business correspondence of Gustav and Hugo Cramer, but some postwar business correspondence of Gustav Cramer and Hans Max Cramer is also present. Occasionally interfiled are sales and commission agreements with various clients.
There is an extensive correspondence from 1921 and 1922 between Gustav Cramer and the art dealer Kurt Walter Bachstitz in The Hague, Munich, and Berlin. Also extensive is Hugo and Gustav Cramer's correspondence from 1932 with the law firm Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swaine & Wood regarding the legal case Mach versus Bachstitz, and Gustav Cramer's exchange from 1930 to 1946 with the administration of the firm Henschel in Kassel (filed under Henschel-Verwaltung).
Also present is Gustav Cramer's prewar and wartime correspondence with the art dealer Kurt Erasmus in Amsterdam, Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg, and the firm Margraf & Co. in Berlin. Among Gustav Cramer's other prewar and wartime business contacts are the art dealer Julius Böhler in Munich, the auctioneer Hans W. Lange in Berlin, the administrators of the estate of Herzog von Sachsen Altenburg, and Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Hessisches Landesmuseum in Kassel. The correspondence with Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg includes a frequent mention of Hermann Göring.
Present in this group are carbon copies of circular letters sent by Gustav Cramer in 1948 to numerous art museums in United States, Canada, South Africa and Australia (filed under the name of the museum).
Some personal family correspondence is also present, such as letters received by Hans Max Cramer from his friend Harald von Majewski; congratulatory letters received by Gustav Cramer on his 70th birthday and letters of condolences received by the Cramer family after Gustav Cramer's death in 1961.
Letters from unidentified people are filed at the end. Also filed at the end are greetings cards, mostly Christmas and New Year's cards, received by the Cramer family in 1953.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. Unless specified the letters are letters sent.
box folder
319 1 Abt, Arthur [Arthur Abt Kunst- und Antiquitäten], 1929, 1947 2 items
Letter received and transcript of a letter sent.
319 2 Albany Institute of History and Art [D. J. Hatch], 1948 2 items
319 3 Albright Art Gallery [Andrew C. Ritchie], 1948 5 items
319 4 Armand Hammer Foundation, 1981 1 item
319 5 Art Association of Montreal [C. F. Martin], 1948 1 item
Letter received.
319 6 Art Gallery of Toronto, 1948 4 items
319 7 Art Institute of Chicago, 1948 12 items
319 8 Auffarth, August, 1950 2 items
Letter received.
319 8.1 Aukes, J. D. [Gemeentepolitie Delft] 1986
Business card of J. D, Aukes, sent to H. M. Cramer, documents and press clippings. Regarding the theft of a painting by David Teniers.
319 9-14 Bachstitz, Kurt Walter [Bachstitz Gallery], 1921-1922, undated
Gustav Cramer's business correspondence with Kurt Walter Bachstitz in The Hague, Munich and Berlin. Included are letters from Albert Frisch in Berlin and Leo Roth in The Hague, and an undated list of artworks with prices (folder 14).
319 15 Ball, A. R. [A. R. Ball Works of Art], 1946 1 item
Letter received.
319 16 Bakker, Jacobus Hendrikus, 1986, 1988 5 items
Photocopies of letters from lawyers and legal documents addressed to Hans Max Cramer, and a press clipping. Concerning Jacobus Hendrikus Bakker.
319 17 Baltimore Museum of Art [Adelyn D. Breeskin], 1948 1 item
319 17.1 Becker, H. Dr. 1963
Letter from the Schaeffer Galleries reagarding a painting by Lucas Cranach.
319 18 Becker, Hilde, 1977, 1979 2 items
Letters received.
319 19 Berenson, Bernard, 1948, 1952 9 items
Correspondence with the art historian. Included is one photograph.
319 19.1 Berger, Louis and Marie-José Berger 1985-1986
Letter from Hans Max Cramer to Berger.
319 20 Berkshire Museum [Stuart C. Henry], 1948 2 items
319 21 Bett, L., 1948 3 items
Letter to Gustav Cramer concerning artwork by Hans Thoma and Thomas de Kayser. Included are two photographs.
319 22 Bluett & Sons, 1932 1 item
Letter to Hugo Cramer.
319 23 Böhler, Julius W., 1935 4 items
Correspondence with Gustav Cramer.
319 24 Burg [Dr. Burg], 1930 2 items
Letter received.
319 25 California Palace of the Legion of Honor [Thomas C. Howe], 1948 1 item
319 26 Capozzoli, Louis J., 1950 3 items
Letter received.
319 27 Carnegie-Institute, 1948 2 items
box folder
318 28 Carter, Edward W., 1978 1 item
Letter from Hans Max Cramer regarding a painting by Willem Claesz Heda.
box folder
319 29 Cate, E. ten, 1987 3 items
Letters to Hans Max Cramer.
319 30 Centrale Dienst voor In- en Uitvoer, 1948 2 items
319 31 Cincinnati Art Museum, 1948 1 item
319 32 City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1948 5 items
Letters sent and received.
319 33 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1948 5 items
Letters sent and received.
319 34 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, 1948 1 item
319 35 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1948 1 item
319 36 Courtauld Institute of Art [A. Blunt], 1948 3 items
Letters sent and received.
319 37 Cramer family (various members), 1880-1974, undated 40 items
319 40 Cramer, Anna-Paulina, 1980 3 items
Letters and documents regarding Hans Max Cramer's daughter.
Cramer, Gustav, 1923-1961
box folder
319 41 1923, 1924 22 items
Letters received by Gustav Cramer from an undisclosed person from Amsterdam and his letters to H. ten Cate in Almelo in the Netherlands, Joseph Cramer in New York City, the art dealer L. Chenue in London, and Max Cramer in Kassel. Carbon copies. Also present is a letter from 1924 sent by Gustav Cramer to the administrators of the Liebfrauen church in Halberstadt concerning a stohlen Gothic statue of Mandonna and Child.
319 42 1935 7 items
Correspondence with the notaries C. von Berg and Flächsner concerning the legal case between Gustav Cramer and Eduard Krüger.
319 43 1934-1939, 1982, 1992 29 items
Correspondence with government agencies and the shipping firm Robert Haberling concerning moving of the gallery from Berlin to The Hague. Also present are two personal letters from Gustav Cramer and Gertrud Cramer from 1938 and 1939, sent to relatives, which include commentaries on life in Germany under National Socialism. Included with these two letters are a letter from Hans Max Cramer to C. H. Vaatstra-Cramer, dated 1992; and a photocopy of a letter in Dutch from 1982.
319 44 1941-1945, 1947 9 items
Gustav Cramer's letters to Hugo Cramer in New York City, and two letters dated 1947 from [?] Mariano.
box folder
320 1 1951 30 items
Congratulatory letters and telegrams received from friends and clients on his 70th birthday.
320 2-7 1961
Letters of condolences.
320 8-11 Cramer, Hans Max, 1938-1952, undated
Letters received from various correspondents, including Gustav and Hugo Cramer.
320 12-16 Cramer, Hugo, 1928-1951
Correspondence predominantly with members of the Cramer family.
320 17 Cramer, Margot, 1961 1 item
320 18 Cramer, Max, 1896, 1914 5 items
Postcards and letters sent.
box folder
321 1 Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1948 1 item
321 2 Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swaine & Wood, 1932 1 item
Letter to Hugo Cramer regarding the legal case Mach versus Bachstitz. With a frequent mention of Oskar Henschel and Wilhelm Striebig.
321 3 Cultural Centre du Marais, Paris, 1979 1 item
Certificate of insurance for a painting by Goya.
321 4 Currier Gallery of Art, 1948 1 item
321 5 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1948 1 item
321 6 Dellevie [Theodor and Alfred], 1925-1927 16 items
Letters and legal documents received by Gustav Cramer from the lawyers Theodor and Alfred Dellevie in Kassel.
321 7 Denver Art Museum, 1948 1 item
321 8 Detroit Institute of Arts, 1948 1 item
321 9 Deutscher Verein für Kunstwissenschaft, 1933 2 items
Letter sent by Gustav Cramer and printed matter.
321 10 Dienst van het Koninklijk Huis, 1988 1 item
Letter to Hans Max Cramer.
321 11 Doll, Diethelm, 1977, 1980, undated 5 items
Letters received and a legal document.
321 12 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Harvard University, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
321 13-16 Erasmus, Kurt, 1936-1939
Letters sent and received.
321 17 Feist-Wollheim, Hermine, 1930 1 item
321 18 Finanzamt Charlottenburg Ost, 1933 3 items
Letters sent and received.
321 19 Finanzamt Tiergarten, 1934 12 items
Letters sent and received.
321 20 Fine Arts Society of San Diego, 1948 1 item
321 21 Fischel, M., 1950 2 items
Letters to Gustav Cramer.
321 22 Fogg Museum of Art, 1948 1 item
321 23 Fondation Pierre Gianadda Martigny, 1982 1 item
Letter to Hans Max Cramer.
321 23.1 Foucart, Jacques (Ministère de la Culture) 1985
321 24 Franklin and Hicks, 1930 2 items
Letter to Benjamin N. Cardozo.
321 25 Freer Gallery of Art, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
321 26 Frick Collection, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
321 27 Galerie Geiger [Ludwig Geiger], 1980 2 items
321 28 Galerie Hoogsteder, 1983 3 items
Letters sent and received.
321 29 Galerie van Diemen (Berlin), 1929 2 items
Gustav Cramer's letters to Karl Lilienfeld.
321 30 Galerie van Diemen (New York), 1927 3 items
Gustav Cramer's letters to Karl Lilienfeld and notes. See also: Van Diemen Galleries (Box 325, folder 20).
321 31 Geissenberger [M. Geissenberger & Söhne], 1929 1 item
321 32 Generalverwaltung des vorm. regierenden Preussischen Königshauses, 1933, 1935 2 items
Letters to Hugo Cramer.
321 33 Germanic Museum (Cambridge, Mass.), 1948 1 item
321 34 Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg, 1934-1936, undated 22 items
Gustav Cramer's correspondence with the museum regarding armor of the duke of Altenburg. With a mention of Hermann Göring.
321 35 Gioffredi, Fiorella, 1957 2 items
Letter to Hans Max Cramer.
321 36 Gratama, K. W. D., 1981, 1983 3 items
321 37 Groenewegen, J. Th., 1979-1980 3 items
321 38 Grol, C. E., 1973 3 items
Letters to Hans Max Cramer.
321 39 Guillermo, George, 1988 1 item
321 40 Guttmann, Joseph M. B., 1985 4 items
Documents regarding the sale of a painting by Rembrandt.
321 41 Haberstock, Karl, 1929 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
321 42 Hadding, Karl, 1939-1941, 1950 9 items
Hadding's correspondence with Gustav Cramer and Hugo Cramer.
321 43 Hamburger Kunsthalle, 1980 2 items
Documents regarding a painting by Goya.
321 44 Hartig, Hans, 1936-1941 8 items
Gustav Cramer's correspondence with the art dealer Hans Hartig.
box folder
322 1 Harnoncourt, Alice and Nicolaus, 1979 4 items
Letters sent and received.
322 2 Heek, F. van, 1980 2 items
322 3 Heilbronner, Alfons [Deutscher Kunst- und Antiquitäten Handel], 1929 1 item
322 4 Henry, Hildegard, 1947 1 item
Letter from Hildegard Henry to an undisclosed reciepient addressed as Herr Doktor.
322 5 Henschel, Hildegard, 1929-1933, undated 12 items
Letters sent and received.
322 6 Henschel, Oscar, 1931, 1934 3 items
322 7-10 Henschel-Verwaltung [Wilhelm Striebig], 1930-1946
Gustav Cramer's correspondence with [Jacob?] Oppenheimer, Paul Lindtpaintner, Verband des Deutschen Kunst- und Antiquitätenhandels; Hugo Cramer's correspondnece with the Henschel-Verwaltung, Kurt Walter Bachstitz, and the Bachstitz Gallery in The Hague. Also included is Hugo Cramer's correspondence with the law firm Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swaine & Wood in New York regarding the case Mach versus Bachstitz; and his letters to Allen McCarty and Samuel B. Stewart, both in New York.
322 11 High Museum of Art, 1985 1 item
Loan agreement.
322 12 Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1948 11 items
Letters sent and received.
322 13 Hoogendijk [D. A. Hoogendijk & Co.], 1935 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
322 14 Hueting, J. E., 1980 1 item
A receipt.
322 15 Huntington [H. E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery], 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
322 16 Industrie - und Handelskammer Kassel, 1981 3 items
Letters received.
322 17 Instituut Schoevers, 1940 4 items
Letters received.
322 18 Internationale des Waggons Lits [Thomas Cook Inc.], 1948 1 item
322 19 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
322 20 John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, 1948 1 item
322 21 John Herron Art Museum, 1948 1 item
322 22 Jong, H. W. de [and A. A. M. Ruijgrok], 1979 2 items
Sales documents.
322 23 Joslyn Memorial Art Museum, 1948 1 item
322 24 Kahn-Rosenberg, K., 1946 1 item
Letter from K. Kahn-Rosenberg to Felix Tikotin.
322 25 Kansas City Art Institute, 1948 1 item
322 26 Kaufmännischer Verein Cassel, 1916 1 item
Letter of condolences to the widow of Max Cramer.
322 27 Kerdel, P. M. [Staatsgalerie Stuttgart], 1965, 1983, undated 9 items
Letters received from Ilse Manke at Menno Hertzberger & Co. on behalf of Staatsgalerie Stuttgart regarding a painting by Emanuel de Witte. Included is a letter to Manke from Carla Gottlieb, a letter from the conservator Ed Bekkers, a letter to C. L. Kerdel from Frits Duparc, an an undated typed note about the painting.
box folder
323 1 Kiepert, Erich, 1937 1 item
Letter to Gustav [?] Cramer.
box folder
323 2 Kunstgewerbe-Museum der Stadt Köln, 1937 3 items
Letter received and two receipts.
box folder
323 3 Landesfinanzamt Berlin, 1935 2 items
Letter received and a note.
box folder
323 4 Lange, Hans W. [Hans W. Lange Gemälde Antiquitäten Kunstversteigerungen], 1941 8 items
Letters sent and received. With a frequent mention of the auction house Frederick Mueller & Co. in Amsterdam.
box folder
323 5 Lebrun [J. B. P. Lebrun Ltd.], 1983 2 items
Invoice and a note.
323 6 Lehigh University Art Gallery, 1948 1 item
323 7 Lemberger, Ernst M. M., 1979 1 item
Sales agreement.
box folder
232 8 Leverkuehn, Paul, 1933 1 item
232 9 Loeske, Albert [Margraf Konzern], 1929 1 item
box folder
323 10 Loewenstein, Gustav, 1951 1 item
Letter to Gaston J. Cramer in New York City.
323 11 Looman, D. W., 1951 1 item
Letter from D. W. Looman in The Hague to J. D. van B.
323 12 Los Angeles County Museum of History, Science and Art, 1948 1 item
323 13 Majewski, Harald von, 1941-1955, undated 26 items
Letters to Hans Max Cramer. Also included are three undated blank picture postcards from Berlin from the time before World War I.
323 14 Mangold, Dr., 1933 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer from the lawyer Mangold in Kassel.
323 15 Mareels, Octaaf, 1979 1 item
Tax document regarding a painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
323 16-18 Margraf & Co., 1930-1933, undated
Gustav Cramer's correspondence with the firm Margraf & Co. in Berlin, predominantly regarding a tapestry. Also included are financial documents concerning Margraf & Co., Gustav Cramer's correspondence with the art dealer J. Rosenbaum in Frankfurt am Main, and correspondence between Gustav and Hugo Cramer and the lawyers Manfred Schwersenz and Paul Leverkuehn. With a mention of Iwan Bloch.
323 19 Marine Insurance Company, 1982 3 items
Letters received and printed matter. Regarding an exhibition of Goya.
323 20 Mazérand, Marthe and René [Établissements Mazerand], 1918, 1924-1938, undated 9 items
Letters received.
323 21 Menno & Co. Bankiers, 1940 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
323 20.1 Meijer [Bouwbedrijf B. Meijer], 1957 2 items
323 22 Metropolitan Museum of Art [Stephen V. Grancsay, Gardner], 1933-1934, 1948 7 items
Letters received and one letter sent.
323 23 Milwaukee Art Institute, 1948 1 item
323 24 Ministerie van Cultuur, Recreatie en Maatschappelijk Werk, 1979 2 items
323 25 Ministerie van Financiën, 1965 1 item
Letter received.
323 26 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1948 5 items
Letters sent and received.
323 27 Morini, Frank, 1981 1 item
Regarding a self-portrait by Rembrandt.
323 28 Mostra Mercato Internazionale dell'Antiquariato, 1959 3 items
Letters received.
323 29 Müller-Clemm, Wolfgang [National-Zeitung], 1936 1 item
Letter to Mrs. Cramer.
323 30 Museum Boymans, 1938 1 item
Postcard received.
323 31 Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design, 1948 1 item
Letter received.
323 32 Museum of Fine Arts Johannesburg, 1948 1 item
323 33 Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
323 34 Museumsverband für Kurhessen und Waldeck, 1929 1 item
323 35 Nassette & Klomp, 1946-1947 5 items
Letters received.
323 36 National Gallery of Art [John Shapley], 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
323 37 National Gallery of Canada, 1948 1 item
323 38 National Gallery of Victoria, 1948 1 item
box folder
324 1 Nationalmuseum Stockholm, 1939 1 item
Letter to Hugo Cramer in New York.
324 2 Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover, 1982 1 item
Letter received.
324 3 Nugent, Geo Ainslee [Federal Trade Commission], 1927, 1938 2 items
324 4 Nugent & Nugent, 1947-1948 2 items
Letters to Hugo Cramer in New York.
324 5 Oakland Art Gallery, 1948 1 item
324 6 Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Kassel, 1929 1 item
Letter received. Regarding paintings by Max Pechstein.
324 7 Oude Kunst- en Antiekbeurs, 1962, undated 5 items
Letters sent and received.
324 8 Pasadena Art Institute, 1948 1 item
324 9 Passavant, M. von, 1939 1 item
Letter from Hugo Cramer to Miss M. von Passavant in New York regarding immigration visa to the United States for Miss von Mach.
324 10 Perlowski, Ernest and B. Berg, 1986 2 items
Sales agreement and a note.
324 11 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1948 1 item
324 12 Philippens, K. M. W., 1940 2 items
324 13 Philips, A. F., 1933 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
324 14 Philips, A. F., 1981 3 items
Correspondence with Hans Max Cramer.
324 15 Philips, F. J., 1986 2 items
Letter sent and a note received.
324 16 Planiscig, Leo, 1949 2 items
Letter and telegram received.
324 17 Pohland, Oskar, 1933 6 items
324 18 Pokutta, Norbert, 1979 1 item
Acknowledgement of receipt.
324 19 Portland Art Museum, 1948 1 item
324 20 Princeton University, Museum of Historic Art, 1948 1 item
324 21 Proehl, Ernst [Estate of Ernst Proehl], 1981 4 items
Agreement and invoice.
324 22 Range, Hermann, 1935-1938, undated 10 items
Commission invoices.
324 23 Reelick, J., 1942 1 item
Letter from J. Reelick in Amsterdam to Karl Haberstock. Regarding a painting by Boilly.
324 24 Redelé, J. M., 1976 3 items
324 25 Reichskommissar für die Besetzten Niederländischen Gebiete, 1940, 1942 3 items
Letters to Gustav Cramer. The 1942 letter regards the exemption from wearing the yellow star.
324 26 Reif, Siegfried, 1936, 1938 2 items
Letters to Gustav Cramer.
324 27 Reinheldt, Curt, 1963 1 item
Empty envelope addressed to Hans Max Cramer.
324 28 Reisewitz Cramer, Gertrud, 1961 2 items
Letter to Hans Max Cramer and his wife Ada.
324 29 Rhode Island School of Design, 1948 1 item
324 30 Rieks, Josef, 1983 2 items
324 31 Riemann, Chr., 1929-1933 18 items
Letters from Ch. Riemann from Bischhausen to Cramer family.
324 31.1 Rietveld, Jan, 1957 3 items
Letters sent and received.
324 32 Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, 1946-1947, 1951 5 items
Correspondence of Horst Gerson and Ary Robert de Vries concerning Gustav Cramer.
324 33 Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, 1951, 1983 3 items
Letters received.
324 34 Ringling, John [Estate of John Ringling], 1948 1 item
324 35 Rössler, Ludwig, 1938-1939, undated 9 items
Gustav Cramer's correspondence with Ludwig Rössler and with the firm Van der Werff & Hubrecht.
324 36 Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus, 1916 1 item
Letter of condolences to Gustav Cramer after the death of Max Cramer.
324 37 Ryckman de Betz, Hervé de, 1977-1978 10 items
Letters to Hans Max Cramer.
324 38 Sachsen-Altenburg, Herzog Ernst von, 1933-1936 15 items
Letters sent to Walter Kronberg and [?] Bachmann, administrators of the estate of Herzog Ernst von Sachsen Altenburg. One letter received from Walter Kronberg.
324 39 San Francisco Museum of Art, 1948 4 items
Letters sent and received.
324 40 Sanson-Steiner, H., 1975, 1982, 1987 4 items
Commission statement and notes.
324 41 Sauerländer, Willibald, undated 2 items
Two undated letters received.
324 42 Schmitz, Hermann, 1930 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
324 43 Schneider, Jenny, 1971 2 items
Letter and postcard received.
324 44 Schouten, Aad, 1988 1 item
An invoice.
324 45 Schreiner, B. M., 1981 1 item
Commission agreement.
324 46 Schünemann, Carl, 1979, 1982-1983 4 items
Letters sent and received, and a sales agreement.
324 47 Secretaire van H. M. de Koningin, 1939 3 items
Letter received.
324 48 Simon, Erwin Samuel, 1940 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
324 49 Smith College Museum of Art, 1948 5 items
Letters sent and received.
324 50 Sonne, Karl-Heinz 1977-1979
box folder
325 1 Spaendonck, Ch. F. J. M. van, 1985 2 items
Letter to Hans Max Cramer.
325 2 Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1948 2 items
325 3 Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Hessisches Landesmuseum, Gemäldegalerie, Kassel, 1928-1936 13 items
Letteres received and one letter sent.
325 4 Städtisches Museum Erfurt, 1916 1 item
Letter of condolences to Gustav Cramer after the death of Max Cramer.
325 5 Stedelijk Museum het Prinsenhof (D. H. G. Bolten], 1962 2 items
325 6 Stichting Nederlands Kunstbezit [A. B. de Vries], 1947, undated 2 items
325 7 Stichting Oude Kunst en Antiekbeurs, 1963 1 item
Letter received.
Stichting voor den Kunsthandel, 1948 26 items
Letters sent and received, invoices, notes, and three color photographs. Regarding two bronze sculptures by Giovanni da Bologna.
box folder
325 8 Letters and notes 23 items
box folder
931 27 Color photographs 3 items
box folder
325 9 Stoffels-Tellegen, H. K. A., 1987 1 item
Commission agreement.
325 10 Stüber, W. J., 1940 1 item
325 11 Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, 1948 1 item
325 12 Taft Museum, 1948 1 item
325 13 Thurkow, C. Th. F., 1938 4 items
Letters from Gustav Cramer to Thurkow and two black-and-white photographs.
325 14 Tietze, Hans, 1953 3 items
Two letteres to Gustav Cramer.
325 15 Toledo Museum of Art, 1948 6 items
Letters sent and received.
325 16 University of Chicago Museum [Ulrich A. Middeldorf], 1948 1 item
325 17 University of Kansas Museum of Art, 1948 1 item
325 18 University of Washington, Henry Art Gallery, 1948 1 item
325 19 Utah Art Center, 1948 1 item
325 20 Van Diemen Galleries, New York, 1929 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer. See also: Galerie van Diemen, New York (Box 321, folder 30).
325 21 Verachtert, R., 1982 1 item
Sales agreement.
325 22 Verband des Deutschen Kunst- und Antiquitätenhandels, 1931 2 items
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
325 23 Vereeniging van Handelaren in Oude Kunst in Nederland, 1963 3 items
Letters received.
325 24 Vertova, Luisa, 1953 5 items
Letters to Gustav Cramer.
325 25 Villegas y Urzais, Don Manuel de, 1982 2 items
Letter to Hans Max Cramer.
325 26 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1948 1 item
325 27 Vrijzinnig-Christelijk Lyceum, 1944 2 items
325 28 Wadsworth Atheneum, 1948 4 items
325 29 Walker Art Center, 1948 1 item
325 30 Walters Art Gallery, 1948 3 items
Letters sent and received.
325 31 Warren E. Cox & Associates, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
325 32 Weezel, A. C. Gualthérie van [Makelaarskantoor Oosterhof 's-Gravenhage], 1976 2 items
Tax statement.
325 33 Wichert, Hans Jürgen, 1982 5 items
Sales agreements and invoices. Regarding a painting by Rembrandt.
325 34 Wildenstein, 1928 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
325 35 William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
325 36 Wolffenberg, Adolf, 1939 2 items
Letters sent and received.
325 37 Worcester Art Museum, 1948 1 item
325 38 Würzburger, Olga, 1939 2 items
Letters to Gustav Cramer.
325 39 Yale University Art Gallery, 1948 2 items
Letters sent and received.
325 40 Zuyderhoff, J. C. L., 1947 1 item
Letter to Gustav Cramer.
325 41-42 Unidentified, 1896, 1917, 1928-1940, 1978, 1987, undated 20 items
Letters received.
box folder
332 1-3 Greetings cards, 1953, undated 33 items
Greetings cards, mostly for Christmas and New Year, Gustav Cramer's family received in 1953.
Series V.B. Documents, 1873-1990s, undated 30.11 Linear Feet (21 boxes, 11 oversize boxes)
The materials in this subseries date from 1873 to the late 1990s and document the various members of the Cramer family's business dealings, housekeeping, and professional and personal life.
Also present are lists of artworks, annotated auction catalogs, a few certificates of authenticity, numerous press clippings and wholes issues of newspapers, occasional invoices and commission agreements, tax documents and other financial documents. Filed at the end are papers documenting an exhibition held at the G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery in The Hague in 1939 of artworks by the Hungarian artist István Zádor.
Arrangement
The first group in this subseries is arranged chronologically by year; the second group is arranged alphabetically by title.
By date, 1901-1993, undated
The materials in this group date from 1901 to 1993 and include business, housekeeping, and personal documents of Max Cramer, Gustav Cramer, and Hans Max Cramer.
The earliest item is Max Cramer's business account book for the years 1901 to 1918.
The items dating from the time of World War II are predominantly housekeeping invoices, bills, and receipts. Present are documents related to Gustav Cramer's professional activities as an art dealer, such as receipts and invoices from clients, business cards, notes, and lists of artworks. Also present are printed matter, financial documents, and letters issued by the German government which shed light on Gustav Cramer's and his family's personal situation under the Nazi occupation in the Netherlands.
The postwar documents are items related to Hans Max Cramer's professional activities as an art dealer, including press clippings, printed matter and a few financial documents, such as receipts or invoices from clients. Present are his commission agreements with Heinrich Becker and the estate of Ernst Proehl.
Also included with this subseries are Gustav Cramer's tax and other financial documents for the years 1951 and 1959 to 1963.
box folder
328 1 1901 1 item
Max Cramer's art gallery account book for the years 1901 to 1918. With purchase and sale prices.
328 2 1913 1 item (8 leaves)
List of artworks with prices.
328 3 1919 1 item
Catalog of the J. D. Kruseman auction in The Hague at the auction house Frederik Muller & Co.
328 4 1924, 1925 2 items
Authenticity certificate for a Van Dyck painting by Cornelis Hofstede de Groot and a press clipping from Kasseler Tageblatt.
box folder
932* 1 1928-1930 13 items
Press clippings with articles regarding the Albert Loeske estate.
box folder
328 5 1930 3 items
Certificate sent to Hugo Cramer from Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Hessisches Landesmuseum, and two typescripts by Karl Lilienfeld.
328 6 1933 1 item
Sales taxes for the years 1933 to 1936.
328 7 1934 1 item
Ledger for exported artworks from 1934 to 1936.
328 8 1935 1 item
Confirmation of shipment from J. Chenue to Hugo Cramer.
328 9 1936 1 item
Ledger for 31 December 1936.
328 10 1937 1 item
Book Arbeitsdienst im Deutschen Osten.
328 11 1938 23 items
Housekeeping documents, such as utility bills and invoices, and a rental agreement. Also present are instructions issued by the Finanzamt Moabit-West regarding the obligatory payments of assets tax for Jews (Judenvermögensabgabe).
1939 62 items
Housekeeping documents, such as utility bills, invoices and a ledger for daily expenses; transcript of certificates of authenticity for a painting by Lorenzo Lotto; a pamphlet issued by the Dutch employment agency (Arbeids-overeenkomstenbesluit); and a blank emigration application issued by the Joodsche Raad voor Amsterdam.
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328 12-14 Housekeeping documents 58 items
328 15 Ledger 1 item
328 16 Transcript 1 item
328 17 Pamphlet and application 2 items
box folder
329 1 1940 39 items
Housekeeping documents, such as utility bills and invoices. Included is a handwritten list of artworks sold or purchased between 40 August 1940 and 28 June 1941, with prices.
1941 63 items
Housekeeping documents such as invoices, bills, and receipts. Also included are letters, printed matter and receipts documenting Gustav Cramer's personal situation in Nazi-occupied Netherlands.
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329 2 Housekeeping documents 52 items
329 3 Nazi rule related documents 11 items
1942 28 items
Housekeeping documents such as invoices, bills, and receipts. Also included are letters and printed matter documenting Gustav Cramer's personal situation in Nazi-occupied Netherlands; a list of artworks; printed matter, and an invoice from the auction house Frederik Muller & Co.
box folder
329 4 Housekeeping and other documents 10 items
329 5 Nazi rule related documents 15 items
329 6 List of artworks and Frederik Muller & Co. items 3 items
1943 39 items
Housekeeping documents such as invoices, bills, and receipts; letters and printed matter documenting Gustav Cramer's personal situation in Nazi-occupied Netherlands; and documents related to his professional activities as an art dealer, such as invoices, business cards, notes, and two lists of publicattions. Also included is the catalog of the Menten auction at Marle & Bignell, annotated with prices and names of buyers.
box folder
329 7 Housekeeping documents 11 items
329 8 Nazi rule related documents 8 items
329 9 Documents related to professional activities 19 items
329 10 Menten auction catalog 1 item
329 11 1944 20 items
Documents related to Gustav Cramer's professional activities as an art dealer such as invoices for shipments, an invoice from Fr. L. M. Dony to C. E. Wessel, and various documents related to Cramer family's situation in Nazi-occupied Netherlands. Also present is a list of artworks dated 1 January 1944.
329 12 1945 11 items
Various receipts and statements, printed matter, list of artworks dated 1 Januar 1945, and three unsigned typescripts.
329 13 1946 7 items
Document of the business partnership of Gustav and Hans Max Cramer, various invoices, a congratulatory poem, and a statement by the director of the Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie.
329 14-15 1947 12 items
Included are documents issued by Stichting Nederlandsch Kunstbezit and Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, a typescript regarding a 15th century French manuscript, and four copies of the journal Van Maand to Maand.
329 16 1948 10 items
Included are documents issued by Stichting Nederlandsch Kunstbezit and Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, documents regarding Margot Cramer; and import permissions for two bronze statues referred to as Ratto delle Sabine and Ercole [by Giovanni da Bologna?], issued by Italian authorities.
box folder
330 1 1949 9 items
Photocopies of various documents, financial documents, printed matter.
330 2 1950 5 items
Financial documents, rent contract, press clipping.
330 3 1951 5 items
Letters received regarding taxation.
330 4 1952 3 items
Letter from German authorities regarding import of artworks, printed matter, and a copy of Die Haager Vertragswerke on economic cooperation between Germany and Israel.
330 5 1953 65 items
Receipts written to clients for artworks sold at auction for the benefit of the National Disaster Fund.
330 6 1956 3 items
Legal documents regarding Gustav and Gertrud Cramer and Johanna Willemina van Eden; and copy of a school certificate for Catharina Helena Cramer.
330 7 1957 2 items
Receipt for a painting by Jan Steen to the Dudley Peter Allen Memorial Art Museum, and a press clipping about a painting by Lorenzo di Credi.
330 8 1958 7 items
Press clipping about the painting Orpheus by Paris Bordone, and various documents and printed matter reagarding Stichting Volksgezondheidszorg (public health fundation).
330 9-18 1959-1963
Gustav Cramer's tax documents and other financial documents.
330 19 1960-1964, undated 20 items
Various circular letters sent to clients between 1960 and 1964.
330 20 1961 6 items
Invoices received from Firma Gebr. de Kok, printed matter, a press clipping.
330 21 1963 23 items
Invoices and receipts from a trip to Switzerland in 1963. Beilaws of Stichting Oude Kunst-en Antiekbeurs.
box folder
331 1 1964 2 items
Program of a musical concert held at the house of Cramer-Deurvorst.
1965-1966, 1977 19 items
Press clippings regardings the painting Juno by Rembrandt and a color transparency.
box folder
331 2 Regular size 9 items
box folder
837* 2 Oversize 9 items
box folder
931 28 Color transparency 1 item
box folder
331 3 1970s 16 items
Various printed matter regarding Hans Max Cramer's professional activieties.
331 4 1970-1977 14 items
Press clippings of advertisements for the gallery.
331 5 1973 2 items
Commission agreement between Hans Max Cramer and Heinrich Becker. Dutch and German versions. Lists of artworks are included.
331 6 1974-1975 2 items
Press clipping of an article about Hans Max Cramer.
331 7 1976 1 item
Typescript of a lecture given at the Rotary Club on 20 October 1976.
331 8 1978 4 items
Press clippings of articles about Hans Max Cramer.
1981 9 items
box folder
331 9 Commission agreement 3 items
Signed commission agreement between E. Lemberger and Hans Max Cramer regarding the sale of a painting by Jacopo del Sellaio from the estate of Ernst Proehl. Copy of a check.
331 10 Printed matter of the Kamer van Koophandel en Fabrieken voor 's-Gravenhage 6 items
331 10.1 1983 2 items
Hans Max Cramer's commission agreement with the collector W. van Aalst.
331 11 1985 1 item
Tax statement issued by Sotheby (Mak van Waay) in Amsterdam.
331 12 1993 1 item
Letter sent by Hans Max Cramer to Dienst Bouwen en Wonen in The Hague.
331 13-22 undated
Printed matter, press clippings, several business cards, stationary, various receipts, postcards and greeting cards, and handwritten notes. Some items are advertisements for the Oude Kunst gallery in The Hague, Gustav Cramer's gallery in Berlin and Max Cramer's gallery in Kassel. Present is a printed anouncement of an exhibition organized by Curt Valentin of artworks by Henry Moore at the Buchholz Gallery (folder 16), and several typed or handwritten lists of artworks with prices (folder 18). Also present is a plan of an appartment executed by hand in pencil and watercolor (folder 21), and printed ephemera from the time of the Third Reich (folder 22).
By topic, 1873-1990s, undated
The materials in this group date from 1873 to the late 1990s and include predominantly personal documents of the various members of the Cramer family, such as passports and other identification cards, school records, legal documents, and family photographs. Also present are lists of artworks from the private collections of Hans Georg von Arnim, Meta van Dam, Eisenmann-Schneider, and the Henschel family; several architectural plans by Giachem Arquint; a collection of newspapers and magazines predominantly from the time of World War II; a collection of press clippings; and papers documenting an exhibition held in 1939 at the G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery in The Hague of artworks by the Hungarian artist István Zádor. Several files document Hans Max Cramer's community and professional engagements in urban development initiatives in The Hague, the Rotary Club, and CINOA [Confédération Internationale de Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art]. Personal family photographs are also present. Various notes and other printed matter ar filed at the end.
Filed with this group are numerous invoices and a few commission agreements which at the gallery were not filed together with the Accounts files (Series II.A.). Present are several prewar and wartime invoices and commission agreements, including invoices written to the art historian and Nazi agent Erhard Göpel and to the director of the Dresden Gemäldegalerie Hans Posse who was in charge of collecting artworks for Adolf Hitler's planned art museum in Linz, Austria, the so-called Sonderauftrag Linz.
box folder
326 1 [Arnim] Hans Georg von Arnim estate, undated 1 item
Carbon copy of typescript. Only pages 5 and 6 are present.
box folder
334 15 Arquint, Giachem undated
Seven architectural plans for houses in Zuoz in Switzerland and in The Hague in the Netherlands, drawn by Giachem Arquint for Hans Max Cramer.
[Bosch] Carnival painting by Hieronimus Bosch, 1962 5 items
Press clippings.
box folder
326 2 Regular size
box folder
932* 2 Oversize 1 item
box folder
827 1-6 CINOA papers, 1990-1991, undated
Meeting minutes, reports and other papers issued by the Confédération Internationale de Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art. Most documents are photocopies. Included are a typescript by Richard Crewdson and printed matter issued by the Art Loss Register. Some CINOA papers are also filed with the Series II.A. Account files.
CINOA papers from the 1962 meering are filed with Series II.A. Account files (box 397 folder3)
Cramer family, 1901-1981, undated
box folder
326 3-6.2 Gustav Cramer, 1891-1953, undated
Most documents are from the 1930s and the 1940s. Well documented is Gustav Cramer's exclusion from the Reichskammer der Bildenden Künste in Berlin. Also present are several statements written by various people in 1945 regarding Gustav Cramer's conduct as a Dutch citizen under the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Included are personal medical records.
Hans Max Cramer, 1934-1991, undated
box folder
823 1-6 Legal documents, 1954-1976
Various legal documents of Hans Max Cramer signed and stamped by a notary. Included is Hans Max Cramer's will from 1976.
box folder
326 7-12 Other documents, 1934-1978, 1981, undated
Included are, among others, Hans Max Cramer's school diplomas; several letters received from Harald von Majewski; documents regarding transfer of ownership of the gallery in 1941 and in 1961 after the death of Gustav Cramer, typescripts of articles written by Hans Max Cramer, and a legal document from 1976 signed by Hans Max Cramer and his wife Ada. Some items from the time of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands document Hans Max Cramer's participation in the obligatory Reichsarbeitsdienst (Reich Labour Service). Several small photographs taken at the labour camp are present.
Writings by Hans Max Cramer, 1963, 1981-1991, undated
box folder
824 1 1961-1963
824 2 1978, 1981
824 3 1984-1985
824 4 1987
824 5 1988
824 6 1990
824 7 1991
824 8 undated
box folder
326 13-15 Hugo Cramer, 1885-1953
Included are, among others, Hugo Cramer's birth certificate, a legal document regarding his emigration to United States, legal documents written by Hugo Cramer in New York, his banking records with the First National Bank of New York from 1942 to 1944; his address book from 1948; and documents and letters regarding his death in 1950.
box folder
327 1-4 Margot Cramer, 1925-1953
School records, immunization record, certificates, personal letters received, notes, savings account book.
327 5-8 Max Cramer, 1873-1916
Included are, among others, Max Cramer's Militär-Pass [military passport] from 1873; several postcards to wife Bernardine, dated 1896; an unidentfied manuscript; numerous certificates and printed matter which trace Max Cramer's professional career as an art dealer; press clippings of articles about his death; and letters of condolences.
327 9 Gertrud Reisewitz [Gertrud Cramer Reisewitz], 1960-1962, undated 13 items
327 10 Cramer family in Kassel, 1901-1935, 1961, undated 20 items
Various documents regarding Gustav Cramer's ancestors in Kassel. Included are original documents; transcripts from Staatsarchiv Marburg, dated 1935; and transcripts from the records of the Jewish community in Grabenstein.
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834 Other family documents, 1936-1977, undated 8 items
Passports and other ID cards, 1938-1949, 1962-1977 15 items
Passports, driver's licenses, and other ID cards of Gustav Cramer, Hans Max Cramer, and other members of the Cramer family.
box folder
334 2 Gustav Cramer 5 items
334 3 Hans Max Cramer 6 items
334 4 Other Cramer family members 4 items
334 5-9 Photographs, undated
Photographs of various members of the Cramer family and friends. Included is a photograph of Hans Max Cramer with friend Harald von Majewski. Photographs of the gallery space in The Hague are filed with Series III. Photographs.
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834 Various, 1936, 1945, 1948, undated
A copy of Die Nürnberger Gesetze vom 15. September 1935 und das Ehegesundheitsgesetz vom 18. Oktober 1935; printed matter; press clippings, including one about B. Katz; signature stamp of Hans Max Cramer; finger prints; and a Martha Washington dollar bill with a press clipping.
box folder
830 1-5 Drugcentrum Javastraat papers, 1981
Hans Max Cramer's correspondence with legal firms and municipal authorities, reports, and press clippings regarding a drug addicts rehabilitation center in The Hague.
box folder
333 1 [Dam] Meta van Dam collection, 1950-1954 4 items
Four lists of artworks.
box folder
829 1-5 Dutch Art Dealers Association papers, 1987
Correspondence of members, meetings reports, expense reports of the Vereeniging van Handelaren in Oude Kunst in Nederland. Most documents are photocopies.
box folder
333 2 Eisenmann-Schneider auction, 1906 1 item
Handwritten list of artworks with prices.
333 3-4 Henschel collection, 1934, 1958, undated
Invoices and lists of works from 1934 and 1958.
box folder
835 1-4 IBM Magnabelt recording tapes, undated
Invoices and commission agreements, 1929-1994 80 items
box folder
333 5 1929-1939 4 items
Included are invoices and commission agreements from the firm China-Bohlken, D. L. J. Damme, Dr. Erasmus, S. Frey, Hans Hartig, Katholisches Pfarramt in Bergen auf Rügen, the firm Leonhard Press, Ludwig Rössler, Adolf Wolffenberg, and others.
333 6 1940-1942 12 items
Included are invoices and commission agreements with Meta van Dam, Hans Posse (included are two photographs), J. M. R. Schülein (at the bank Gebrüder Teixeira de Mattos), and Mr. Sonnthal from Cologne.
333 7 1943-1944 14 items
Included are invoices and commission agreements with Erhard Göpel, Museum Linz [Hans Posse], director of the Commerzbank in Berlin Gustav Pilster, C. E. Wessel in Hamburg, and A. M. de Wild in The Hague.
333 8 1961 15 items
333 9 1962 14 items
333 10-10.1 1963 12 items
333 11 1964-1965 6 items
333 12 1969
333 13 1970
333 15 1972
333 16 1973
333 14 1971
333 17 1974
333 18 1975-1976
333 19 1994 3 items
box folder
334 1 Kamer van Koophandel en Fabrieken voor Amsterdam papers, 1936-1943 23 items
Also included are two letters received from Rotterdamsche Bankvereeniging.
Newspapers, magazines, and press clippings, 1940s-1990s
Among the newspapers and flyers are German and Dutch wartime Nazis-associated publications, such as Deutsche Zeitung in den Niederlanden, National Zeitung, Das Reich,De Residentiebode, Signal, Volk en Vaderland, and Het Vaderland. Also present are two issues of Aufbau, an American newsletter published during World War II by the German-Jewish Club in New York City; the Dutch underground press during World War II Oranje-Bulletin; and Dutch newspapers issued immediately followig the liberation of the Netherlands, such as De Bevruding [Bevryding] and De Nieuwe Amsterdammer. The press clippings are predominantly of articles about Hans Max Cramer and the G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery, art fairs and auctions in the Netherlands, and other current events and developments in Dutch art trade. Press clippings regardings the painting Juno by Rembrandt are shelved in Series V.B. under the dates 1965-1966, 1977 (box 331 folder 2 and box 837* folder 2). Press clippings regarding the painting Carnival by Hieronimus Bosch are shelved in Series V.B. under the topic Bosch (box 326 folder 2). Press clippings reagarding the Albert Loeske estate are shelved in Series V.B. under the dates 1928-1930 (box 932* folder 1).
Issues of newspapers and magazines, 1939-1981
box folder
837* 1 Aufbau, 1940 2 items
box folder
841 1 De Bevruding [Bevryding], April 1945 10 items
box folder
838* 1 Het Binnenhof, 1981 2 items
box folder
934* 5 Het Dagblad, 1948 1 item
box folder
842* 1-3 Deutsche Zeitung in den Niederlanden, 1941, 1944, 1945 26 items
box folder
841 3 Feldzug in Polen, 1939 1 item
A German military propaganda publication by Franz Wynands, issued by Deutscher Verlag in Berlin, about the invasion of Poland in September 1939.
box folder
838* 2 Het Financieele Dagblad, 1981 2 items
838* 3 Haagsche Courant, 1981 5 items
838* 4 National Zeitung, 1940 4 items
838* 5 The New York Times, 1950 1 item
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841 2 De Nieuwe Amsterdammer, 1945 2 items
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839* 1 Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, 1945, 1959-1960 10 items
839* 2 NRC Handelsblad, 1981 1 item
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841 4 Oranje-Bulletin, 1944 6 items
box folder
839* 3 Het Parool, 1945 14 items
box folder
934* 1-4 Das Reich, 1944-1945 18 items
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840* 1-4 De Residentiebode, January 1945-April 1945 83 items
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837* 3 Signal, 1945 3 items
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839* 4 De Telegraaf, 1943, 1981 2 items
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934* 6 Trouw, 1945 2 items
box folder
933* 1-6 Het Vaderland, January 1945-May 1945, 1960, 1981 96 items
box folder
839* 5 Volk en Vaderland, 1941, 1945
box folder
841 21 Westkunst 1967
Collected press clippings, 1940s-1990s
box folder
841 5-20 Regular size
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935*-936* Oversize
box folder
841 22 Posters 1992-1993, 1995
Publications, 1961-1997, undated 38 items
box folder
828 1 Artifund Nederland N.V., 1991 1 item
Prospectus.
828 2 Bärenreiter-Verlag calendar Musica, 1976 1 item
828 3 Cramer gallery catalogs, 1961-1964, undated 10 items
Nine catalogs and a mailing envelope.
828 4 De Haagse Galerij, 1990 1 item
Catalog of a sales exhibition held on 18 Februar 1990 at De Haagse Galerij in The Hague.
box folder
833 1 Desk calendar Collector's Agenda, 1991 1 item
Desk calendar with color illustrations of artworks. Unused.
833 2 Envoy, 1968 1 item
Volume 1, no. 1 issue of the periodical Enviy. It includes a section on the painting Madonna of Leo X, attributed to Raphael.
833 3 Epoca, 1967 1 item
October 8, 1967 issue of the Italian weekly Epoca. It includes an article on the painting Madonna of Leo X, attributed to Raphael.
833 4 Kunst & Antiek Journal, 1997 2 items
Two copies of November 1997 issue.
833 5-6 Pictura Antiquairs Nationaal B.V.[PAN], 1993 6 items
Two folders and press clippings. The folders contain photocopies of Hans Max Cramer's correspondence, PAN reports and other printed matter issued by PAN, and photocopies of press clippings. PAN documents are also slelved with Series II.A. Account files, in box 833, folders 5-6.
833 7 Russel Advocaten, 1991 2 items
Two memorandums regarding Haags Gemeentenmuseum.
833 8 Various printed matter, 1963, 1991, undated 9 items
Pages and photocopies of pages from various publications.
833 9-10 Vereniging Rembrandt, Nationaal Fonds Kunstbehoud 1984-1985 2 items
Reports for 1984 and 1985.
833 11 Verkehrsverein Zuoz Jahresbericht und Jahresrechnung 1983-1984 1984
box
836* Wall calendar, 1980 1 item
A wall calendar for the year 1980 issued by Hans M. Cramer Oude Kunst.
box
825-826 Rotary Club papers, 1978-1981, 1989
Reports, meeting agendas, meeting minutes, and lists of members of the Rotaryclub s'-Gravenhage Noord. Photocopies. Also included are invoices and some correspondence.
box folder
832 1-4 Traffic circulation plan papers, 1981
Hans Max Cramer's correspondence with the government authorities of the city of The Hague concerning an urban reconstruction project. Most documents are photocopies but some original letters and printed matter are included.
box folder
831 1-8 Willemspark development plan papers, 1980, 1992
Hans Max Cramer's correspondence with various municipal organizations and legal firms in The Hague concerning an urban development project. Included are several architectural plans, reports, and printed matter. Most documents are photocopies.
box folder
334 10-13 [Zádor] István Zádor exhibition, 1939 38 items
Items related to an exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints by the Hungarian artist István Zádor which was held at the G. Cramer Oude Kunst gallery in February 1939. Included are lists of artworks, invoices, press clippings, printed matter, and typescript notes about the exhibition and the artist.
334 14 Various notes and printed matter 1970, 1985, undated
A list of artworks, various notes, press clippings, printed matter from Grundbuchinspektorat Graubünden, air mail stationary from the United States, and postal stamps.


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