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Title: Harry Lunn papers
Dates: 1855-1999, bulk 1965-1999
Number: 2004.M.17
Creator/Collector: Lunn, Harry H. (Harry Hyatt), 1933-
Extent: 88.6 Linear Feet (190 boxes)
Abstract: The Harry Lunn papers document the business dealings of the print and photography dealer from the mid-1960s until his death in 1998, and provide a glimpse into the workings of one of the creators of the photography art market during the second half of the twentieth century.
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Language: Collection material is in English with some French.
Repository: The Getty Research Institute
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Business Number: (310) 440-7390
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Author: Beth Ann Guynn and Linda Kleiger

Biographical/Historical Note

Harry Hyatt Lunn, Jr. was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 29, 1933 to Harry Hyatt and Flora S. Lunn. The senior Lunn, a civil engineer for Detroit Edison and amateur architect, designed the family home based on a Cotswold cottage – a certain anomaly in the otherwise post-war neighborhood in which they lived. Lunn was educated in Detroit public schools and attended the University of Michigan on a Regents-Alumni Scholarship, graduating with an honors degree in economics. During his senior year at Michigan Lunn was editor-in-chief of the Michigan Daily, the university's student newspaper. Prior to the beginning of the school year he attended the National Student Association (NSA) annual meeting in his capacity as incoming editor, and the following year (1954-1955) he was elected president of the organization. The NSA, a confederation of American college and university student governments, was founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1947. From the early 1950s until 1967, the NSA's international program and some of its domestic activities were secretly underwritten by the Central Intelligence Agency. Following his year as NSA president Lunn was recruited by the CIA and traveled throughout Southeast Asia as a member of an International Student Conference (ISC) delegation for the next year and a half. He then served in the army from 1956 to 1958, before becoming a research analyst in the United States Department of Defense. During this time he took part in the activities of the anti-communist Independent Research Service at the 1959 Vienna Youth Festival.

Lunn was posted to the political desk at the US Embassy in Paris in 1961, and then worked at the Agency for International Development (AID) on President John F. Kennedy's Alliance for Progress, before becoming executive secretary of the Foundation for Youth and Student Affairs (FYSA) in 1965. The FYSA was a front organization established by the CIA to fund and control the activities of student organizations such as the NSA. In 1967, the NSA's ties to the CIA via the FYSA were revealed in an exposé by Ramparts magazine, and Lunn's name was mentioned. The CIA's subsequent withdrawal of its financial backing threw the NSA into an organizational and financial crisis, and with his cover blown, Lunn resigned from the FYSA.

Lunn then made a foray into the real estate business, selling Capitol Hill properties before turning to an earlier interest from his days at the US Embassy in Paris when he had begun collecting and selling fine prints. Rather than collecting prints by well-known artists, Lunn's strategy had been to purchase less costly work by emerging artists. He also amassed an inventory of prints by the Danish artist Lars Bo who gave him one print for every two that he sold. In 1968 Lunn opened his first gallery in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill, soon moving it to Georgetown and thence to 406 Seventh Street NW. Lunn Gallery and the company he formed, Graphics International, initially specialized in late-nineteenth and twentieth century fine prints. Lunn became the agent for all of Marlborough Gallery's multiples and graphics in 1970, and in 1971 he acquired the inventory of two important print dealers - Felix Landau Gallery (Los Angeles) and the estate of New York dealer Peter Dietsch. With this large stock at his disposal Lunn was able to consign and sell wholesale to other dealers without impinging on his own retail business.

A pivotal moment came for Lunn in 1970 when he saw a photographic print of Ansel Adams's Moonrise, Hernandez, N.M., his first contact with Adams's work. In an oft-told story, he was so struck by the graphic qualities of the photograph that he immediately resolved to have an Adams exhibition. During his initial Adams exhibition, which opened in January 1971, Lunn sold $10,000 worth of photographs, an astounding sum for photographs at the time. He next exhibited a stellar selection of Man Ray photographs. By 1973, feeling that the fine print market price structure had peaked, Lunn converted his remaining Landau and Dietsch print inventories into photographic stock. While the Hill and Adamson album he purchased at auction in 1973 formed the basis of his nineteenth-century material, he also began acquiring large quantities of photographs by photographers who had worked primarily during the early-to-mid-twentieth century. In the 1970s, he bought 5,500 photographic prints each from the Lewis Hine and Walker Evans archives, 1,000 of Ansel Adams's last prints, and 1,600 Robert Frank prints. In partnership with Marlborough Gallery he purchased the stock of prints that Berenice Abbott had made from Eugène Atget's negatives, as well as Abbott's inventory of her own work. Through Marlborough he became the exclusive representative for George Brassaï, and he also represented the Diane Arbus estate.

In tandem with the exclusivity these vast holdings represented, Lunn's business strategy was what he candidly termed the "creation of rarity." Lunn realized that most buyers desired the same few iconic images, and also that the number of existing vintage photographs was necessarily finite. He created demand among what was initially a small number of photography collectors by working with photographers or their estates to limit their prints of any given image to a relatively low number of editions. This limited material would sell out and go off the market, making formerly less-desirable images more valuable. Conversely, should the same limited material come back on the market, its prices would rise accordingly. To further control supply and demand Lunn also limited the number of prints he released yearly from his holdings of various artists' estates.

Lunn was also influential in the creation of markets for a then-younger and often controversial generation of photographers ranging from Robert Mapplethorpe and Andres Serrano to McDermott & McGough and Pierre et Giles to Joel-Peter Witkin and Wouter Deruytter. He met Mapplethorpe in the late 1970s, and in 1981 Lunn Gallery hosted a Mapplethorpe retrospective. Between 1978 and 1981 Lunn, in partnership with the Robert Miller Gallery, published Mapplethorpe's X, Y, and Z Portfolios.

Lunn was instrumental in the formation of many notable photography collections including those of the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal and the Gilman Paper Company in New York. He advised and sold frequently to private clients such as Sam Wagstaff and Manfred Heiting as they assembled their respective collections. His museum clients included such major institutions as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA); the Metropolitan Museum of Art; the National Gallery of Art, Washington; the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Musée d'Orsay, the J. Paul Getty Museum; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Ar (SFMoMA)t, yet he also dealt with and lent to smaller regional and local museums, university art galleries, other arts organizations, and commercial galleries.

Lunn closed his last gallery in July 1983, and for the remainder of his career operated as a private dealer, first based in Washington, D.C. After 1985, he moved between his New York and Paris apartments. In the 1980s and 1990s,he intensified his participation at the leading international art expositions and frequently organized exhibitions for other commercial galleries. In 1973, Lunn became the first photography dealer to be elected to the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA). He was among the first three photography dealers to exhibit at the ADAA's annual Armory art show and the first photography dealer to exhibit at the Basel International Art Fair. In 1979, Lunn became a founding member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, Inc. (AIPAD), and remained actively involved in its annual trade fair and with networking among its membership. Lunn's shrewd business acumen was complimented by both his deep love of photography and by his generosity of spirit. His championing of photography as an art form was passionate and sincere. To this end he encouraged other photography dealers in their endeavors, seeing them not as competition but as colleagues whose existence strengthened the photography market.

Lunn married Myriam Dosseur in 1963. They had three children, Alexandra, Christophe, and Florence. Lunn suffered a massive heart attack in 1998 at age 65 while boarding a train to his home in Normandy, France, lapsed into a coma, and died in Paris shortly thereafter.


Scope and Content of Collection

The Harry Lunn papers document the business dealings of the print and photography dealer from the mid 1960s until his death in 1998, and provide a glimpse into the workings of one of the primary creators of the photography art market during the second half of the twentieth century. The records document Lunn's early dealings as he was beginning to sell fine art prints through the establishment of his Lunn Gallery and his firm Graphics International (later Lunn Ltd.) and his return to operating as a private dealer. Not incidentally, they chart the rising popularity of photography as a fine art commodity.

Series I, Artists files, contains files for artists whose work was sold by Lunn, and whom in certain cases, such as photographers Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Robert Frank, and McDermott & McGough, and printmakers Lars Bo and Jacob Kainen, Lunn represented exclusively or for a substantial length of time, and in doing so shaped the market for that artist's work.

Series II, Client files, contains general files for Lunn's extensive international roster of clients, as well as documentation of appraisals, consignments, and exhibition loans. His clients included major museums and corporations, yet he also dealt with smaller museums, university art galleries, other arts organizations, and commercial galleries of all sizes, and had a large roster of private collectors with modest collections.

Series III, Auctions and art fairs, is concerned with the business transactions, both buying and selling, that took place through auction houses or at the national and international art fairs at which Lunn exhibited or had a booth, often on a yearly basis.

The business files in Series IV encompass the history of the firm as it becomes a corporation, raises capital through stock offerings, and ultimately repurchases the shares and operates with Lunn as the sole stockholder. Included are corporate records, financial statements and tax returns, inventory lists, financial statement working papers, bank records, and a large volume of receipts for travel, business promotion and other business expenses.

Series V, Gallery operations, contains files that detail the operations of the specific kind of business that was Lunn Ltd. Included are materials related to sales, purchases, and inventory such as invoices, ledgers, quarterly and monthly sales reports, art purchases, and inventory lists. Operations of a daily nature are documented in files containing advertising, press releases, gallery reviews, exhibition and price lists, office expenses, and employee matters.

The clippings files in Series VI include topics such as the art market, both in general and on photography in particular; collectors and collecting; arts funding; and gallery reviews, openings, and notices. A small number of serials and newsletters are also related to these topics.

Series VII contains materials relating to Lunn's professional life and covers his work both with student organizations in the 1960s and as an art dealer, with a small amount of material pertaining to his real estate business. Included are files on professional organizations of which he was a member; notes and texts for lectures and articles he delivered or wrote; clippings and articles about his activities as an art dealer; and biographical information.

Series VIII consists of a small amount of personal papers, many of which overlap with Lunn's professional life as it was intertwined with his private life. Included are materials documenting banking and tax matters and personal gifts of artwork to institutions, and a small amount of mostly personal correspondence. Photographs include copies of portraits of Lunn made by a number of photographers including Michael Howells, Berenice Abbott, Wouter Deruytter, Robert Mapplethorpe, Yousuf Karsh, McDermott & McGough, and Pierre et Giles, and a few family snapshots.

Arrangement

The collection is comprised of eight series:
Series I. Artist files, 1901-1999, undated;
Series II. Client files and related materials, 1965-1998, undated;
Series III. Auctions and art fairs, 1974-1998;
Series IV: Business files, 1965-1998;
Series V: Gallery operations, 1949-1998;
Series VI: Clippings and serials, 1855-1998, undated;
Series VII: Professional activities, 1960-1998, undated;
Series VIII: Personal papers, circa 1899-1998, undated.


Restrictions

Access

Open for use by qualified researchers, except for audio visual material, which is unavailable until reformatted, and sealed material in Box 176.

Publication Rights

Contact Library Reproductions and Permissions.


Indexing Terms

Subjects - Names

Abbott, Berenice, 1898-1991
Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984
Arbus, Diane, 1923-1971
Atget, Eugène, 1857-1927
Beato, Felice, 1832-1909
Brassaï, 1899-1984
Cameron, Julia Margaret, 1815-1879
Charnay, Désiré, 1828-1915
Deruytter, Wouter
Disdéri, André-Adolphe-Eugène, 1819-1889
Du Camp, Maxime, 1822-1894
Evans, Walker, 1903-1975
Frank, Robert, 1924-2019
Hill, David Octavius, 1802-1870
Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940
Howells, Michael
Kainen, Jacob
Karsh, Yousuf, 1908-2002
Mapplethorpe, Robert
Nadar, Félix, 1820-1910
Nègre, Charles, 1820-1880
Serrano, Andres, 1950-
Talbot, William Henry Fox, 1800-1877
Witkin, Joel-Peter, 1939-

Subjects - Corporate Bodies

Graphics International Ltd
Lunn Gallery
Lunn Ltd
McDermott & McGough
Pierre et Gilles

Subjects - Topics

Art -- Collectors and collecting -- United States -- 20th century
Art dealers -- United States -- 20th century
Art galleries, Commercial -- United States
Photographs -- Collectors and collecting
Photographs -- Collectors and collecting -- United States -- 20th century
Prints -- Collectors and collecting

Genres and Forms of Material

Color slides -- 20th century
Color transparencies -- 20th century
Compact discs
Photographic prints
Photographs, Original
Videocassettes

Contributors

Lunn, Harry H. (Harry Hyatt), 1933-

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Harry Lunn Papers, 1855-1999, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 2004.M.17.

http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifa2004m17

Acquisition Information

Acquired in 2004.

Processing History

Collection processed by Beth Ann Guynn, Linda Kleiger, and Lilly Tsukahira.


Container List

Series I. Artist files, 1901-1999, undated 25.25 Linear Feet (56 boxes)
The series contains files for artists whose work was sold by Lunn, and whom in certain cases, such as photographers Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Robert Frank, and McDermott & McGough, and printmakers Lars Bo and Jacob Kainen, Lunn represented exclusively or for a substantial length of time, and in doing so shaped the market for these artist's work. The files span from Lunn's early days as a dealer to his untimely death, and include printmakers, whose work he dealt in primarily under Graphics Ltd. and photographers, whose work he sold through Lunn Gallery and Lunn Ltd., as well as art works such as windows and furniture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and African sculpture.
Lunn was equally passionate about both nineteenth- and twentieth-century photography, and work by most photographers of note as well as by many lesser-known names passed through his hands. Felice Beato, Julia Margaret Cameron, Désiré Charnay, André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri, Maxime Ducamp, Hill and Adamson, Félix Nadar, Charles Nègre, and William Henry Fox Talbot were just some of the well-known nineteenth-century photographers whose work he dealt in. Lunn Gallery and Lunn Ltd. had extensive holdings of works by early- to mid-twentieth-century photographers including Lewis Hine, Ansel Adams, Robert Frank, Walker Evans, Berenice Abbott and Eugène Atget. He was the exclusive representative for George Brassaï, and he also represented the Diane Arbus estate. In addition to promoting established photographers Lunn also championed and published the work of a younger, and often controversial, generation of later-twentieth-century photographers which included Robert Mapplethorpe, Andres Serrano, McDermott & McGough, Pierre et Giles, Joel-Peter Witkin, and Wouter Deyrutter. Files on all of these artists can be found in this series.
While many artists are represented by a single, inclusive file (in some cases these files contain only copy photographs and are so noted), files for those artists with whom Lunn had extensive dealings may include such materials as biographical information, curriculum vitae, reviews, and ephemera such as exhibition announcements and brochures; correspondence files; business files; files for contracts, inventories and price lists, clients, copy prints and photocopies, and materials generated by Lunn Gallery; and exhibition files and files for special projects such as portfolios or books.
The series also contains occasional thematic files such as photographs categorized by medium, format, or century.
Arrangement
The series is arranged alphabetically by artist, or in a few cases by subject.
box
1, 187 Abbott, Berenice, 1968-1997, undated
box folder
1 1 Artist's file, 1976-1992
1 2 Copy photographs, undated
1 3 Susan Blatchford correspondence, 1988-1997
1 4 Business file, 1968-1982
1 5 New inventory in progress, undated
1 6 Copy of inventory, undated
1 7 Client file, 1976-1993
1 8 Project 1980: Changing New York, 1980
1 9-11 Exhibitions, 1976-1989
1 9 Lunn Gallery, 1976-1989, undated
1 10 International Center of Photography, 1979
1 11 Ohio Foundation on the Arts, 1980-1981
box folder
187 3 Hunter outside Gartley's store, Beaver Cove, Maine, undated
Color print inscribed on verso: Merry Christmas / Love, Berenice.
box folder
2 1 Abee, James, undated
box
2-6, 187 Adams, Ansel, 1936-1987, undated
box folder
2 2-13 Artist's files, 1972-1984, undated
2 2 1972
2 3 1974
2 4 1975
2 5 1976
2 6 1977
2 7 1978
2 8 1979
2 9 1980
2 10 1981
2 11 1982
2 12 Undated
2 13 Obituaries, 1984
2 14 Robert Turnage thesis, 1979
2 15 Copy photographs, undated
2 16 Lunn Gallery materials, undated
2 17 Contracts, 1974-1977
2 18-19 Inventories, undated
2 18 Inventory
2 19 Retired detail sheets
2 20-22 Price lists, 1977-1978
2 20 1977
2 21 1978
2 22 Price lists and inventories, 1978
box folder
3 1-3 Books, 1974-1979
3 1 Taos Pueblo, 1977
3 2 Yosemite and the Range of Light, 1974-1979
Deluxe edition.
3 3 Book orders, 1977
3 4-6 Early Years: 1923-1930 exhibition, 1975-1977
3 4 Exhibition materials, 1977
3 5 Correspondence, 1975-1977
3 6 Installation shots, 1977
3 7-8 Harry Lunn, "A Life in Photography" lecture, 1977
3 7 Lecture file, 1977
3 8 Ticket orders, 1977
3 9-10 Photography orders, 1974-1979
3 9 1974-1977
3 10 Detail sheets for orders I and II, 1977-1979
box
3-4 Museum sets, 1979-1984, undated
box folder
3 11 Correspondence, 1979-1984
3 12 Lists and forms, 1981-1983
3 13 Copy proofs, undated
box folder
4 1 Accounting, 1980-1982
4 2 Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust, 1980-1981
4 3 Clients, 1980-1981
4 4 Callaway/Pratt bookbinders, 1981
4 5-15 Set sales, 1979-1987
4 5 Lunn, Harry, 1980-1987
4 6 Bring, Murray H., 1979-1981
4 7 Cohen, Maurice, 1980-1981
4 8 McIntyre, David L. (Fremont), 1979-1981
4 9 Marron, Donald. B. (Payne Weber), 1980-1981
4 10 Pillsbury, 1979
4 11 Robertson, Darryl T., 1980
4 12 Scotese, Peter G. (Springs Mills), 1979-1983
4 13 Stokes, Dr. Thomas Layne, 1980-1982
4 14 Toro Company, 1979-1980
4 15 Weston Gallery, 1979-1983
box folder
5 1-8 Business files, 1971-1983
5 1 1971-1973
5 2 1974
5 3 1975
5 4 1976
5 5 1977
5 6 1978
5 7 1979
5 8 1980-1983
box
6, 187 Correspondence, 1973-1984
box folder
6 1 Adams-Lunn correspondence, 1973-1984
Contains correspondence between Adams and Lunn. Also includes a letter to Lunn from President Gerald Ford regarding the Adams photograph Winter Storm Clearing Over Yosemite, that he purchased for his personal White House office and a photograph of Adams and Betty Ford in front of the office fireplace over which the piece hangs; photocopies of letters to Adams from Vice President Walter F. Mondale and President Jimmy Carter; and a letter of invitation to Lunn from Harvard University with commencement tickets and dinner menu (with Lunn notes and signatures of dinner attendees on verso) for the honorary degree Adams received from the university in 1981.
box folder
187 3 Ansel Adams holding a flower arrangement, 1980, January 1
Color Polaroid photograph taken by Andrea ____ [?], originally inclosed in notecard to Lunn dated Jan. 2, 1980.
box folder
6 2-3 Ansel Adams personal study collection appraisal, 1975
6 2 Appraisal
6 3 Inventory
6 4 Beaumont Newhall Ansel Adams collection, 1936-1980
6 5 African sculpture, undated
Three photographs.
6 6 Aguado, Olympe, 1996-1997, undated
6 7 Aigner, Lucien, 1973-1975
6 8 Albers, Josef, 1971, undated
6 9-12 Álvarez Bravo, Manuel, 1974-1980, undated
6 9 Artist's file, 1974-1980
6 10 Business file, 1977-1983
6 11 Corcoran exhibition, 1977-1980
6 12 Copy photographs, undated
6 13 America: The Third Century, 1975
Print portfolio.
6 14 Americana, 1973-1981, undated
6 15 American Photography, 1989
6 16 Annen, Thomas, 1975, undated
6 17 Annen, J. Craig, undated
Copy photographs.
6 18 Anuszkiewicz, Richard, 1968, undated
6 19 Appett, Dieter, undated
Copy photographs.
6 20 Arbus, Amy, 1997
box
6-8 Arbus, Diane, 1971-1996, undated
box folder
6 21 Artist's file, 1971-1984, undated
6 22 Copy photographs, undated
box folder
7 1 Price list and gallery materials, 1978-1994, undated
7 2-3 Business files, 1973-1984
7 2 1973-1977
7 3 1978-1984
7 4 Inventory, mid-1970s- mid-1980s
7 5 Correspondence with estate, 1977-1986, undated
7 6 Contracts with estate, 1976-1984
7 7-8 Print orders, 1979-1982
7 7 1979-1980
7 8 1981-1982
8 1 Vintage prints agreements and inventory, 1980-1981
8 2 Letters of authenticity, 1976-1980
8 3 Maison européenne, 1993-1996
8 4 Exhibitions, 1977-1982
8 5 I.C.P. Venice, 1979
8 6 Robert Miller Gallery, 1985
8 7 Loans and consignments, 1984-1988
8 8 Arnáiz, Doroteo, undated
8 9 Architecture, 1979-1982
8 10 Armstrong, David, 1995-1997
8 11-17 Atget, Eugène, 1936-1993, undated
8 11 Artist's file, 1936-1993
8 12 Copy photographs, undated
8 13 Photocopies of photographs, undated
8 14 Gallery materials, 1975, undated
8 15 4000 Collection, undated
8 16-17 Lunn exhibitions, 1979-1981
8 16 1979
8 17 1981
box folder
9 1 Aubert, François, 1982-1983
9 2-3 Aubry, Charles, 1977, undated
9 2 Business file, 1977
9 3 Copy photographs, undated
9 4 Avedon, Richard, 1975-1979
9 5-13 Avery, Milton, 1969-1985
9 5 Artist's file, 1972-1984
9 6 Gallery materials and price lists, 1970, 1979
9 7-8 Sally Avery/Avery Trust, 1970-1985
9 7 1970-1974
9 8 1975-1985
9 9 Business file, 1969-1973
9 10 Traveling exhibition, 1972-1973
9 11-13 Lunn Gallery exhibitions, 1972-1981
9 11 1972
9 12 1974
9 13 1981
box folder
10 1-2 Baldus, Edouard, 1976-1994, undated
10 1 Business file, 1976-1994
10 2 Copy photographs, undated
10 3-4 Baltz, Lewis, 1975-1981, undated
10 3 Business file, 1975-1981
10 4 Copy photographs, undated
10 5 Banting, John, undated
10 6-7 Barnard, George, 1970-1977, undated
10 6 Business file, 1970-1977
10 7 Copy photographs, undated
10 8 Baudelaire, Charles, 1988
10 9 Bauhaus, 1971
10 10 Baschet, Ludovic, undated
10 11 Bayer, Herbert, 1970
10 12-13 Beato, Felice, 1977-1983, undated
10 12 Artist's file, 1977-1983
10 13 Copy photographs, undated
10 14 Beaton, Cecil, 1975, 1978
10 15-16 Belmer, Hans, 1970, undated
10 15 Artist's file, 1970
10 16 Copy photographs, undated
10 17 Bellows, George, 1971
10 18 Bennekom, Loodweg Hendrik van, undated
10 19 Benton, Thomas Hart, 1969
10 19A Biewend, Hermann Carl Eduard, 1975, undated
10 20 Bisson, Auguste-Rosalie / Bisson frères, undated
Copy photographs.
10 21-22 Blossfledt, Karl, undated
10 21 Artist's file
10 22 Copy photographs
box
10-11 Bo, Lars, 1963-1988
box folder
10 23 Artist's file, 1967-1978
10 24 Business file, 1965-1981
10 25 Client correspondence, 1966-1967
box folder
11 1-3 Correspondence, 1963-1988
11 1 1963-1966
11 2 1967-1969
11 3 1970-1988
11 4 Gallery materials, 1969-1981
11 5 Blake's Testament, 1980-1981
11 6 Orr's Gallery, 1965
11 7 Bodine Collection, undated
11 8 Bolotowsky, Ilya, undated
11 9 Bouchez, Jérôme, undated
11 10 Brady, Matthew, undated
Copy photographs.
11 11 Brancusi, Constantin, undated
Artist's file.
11 12-16 Brandt, Bill, 1973-1985, undated
11 12 Artist's file, 1974-1981
11 13 Copy photographs, undated
11 14 Gallery materials, 1974
11 15 Business file, 1984-1985
11 16 Correspondence, 1973-1977
11 17 Braque, Georges, undated
11 18 Braquehais, Bruno, undated
Copy photographs.
box folder
12 1-5 Brassäi, George, 1933-1997, undated
12 1 Artist's file, 1933-1984
12 2 Copy photographs, undated
12 3 Business file, 1974-1977
12 4 Correspondence, 1973-1997
12 5 Price list, 1979
Includes photocopies of photographs.
12 6 Braun, Adolf, undated
12 11-12 Breitenbach, Josef, 1968-1978
12 11 Artist's file, 1968
12 12 Correspondence with, 1974-1978
12 13 Bruguière, Francis-Joseph, undated
12 14 Buchsbaum, Norbert, 1980-1982
12 15 Buhot, Félix-Hilaire, undated
12 16 Bullock, J. G., undated
Copy photographs.
12 17 Bullock, Wynn, 1975-1976
Correspondence with Bullock.
12 18 Byron Studio, undated
Regarding the Sarah Bernhardt portrait.
box folder
13 1 Cafritz Company print collection, undated
13 2 Cage, John, undated
13 3 Calder, Alexander, undated
13 4 Calle, Sophie, undated
13 5-6 Camera Work, 1975-1977
13 5 Business file, 1975-1977
13 6 Inventory and price list, 1976-1977 [?]
13 7-8 Cameron, Julia Margaret, 1975-1995, undated
13 7 Business file, 1975-1995
13 8 Copy photographs, undated
13 9 Caponegro, Paul, 1980
13 10-11 Carroll, Lewis, 1974-1975, undated
13 10 Business file, 1974-1975, undated
13 11 Copy photographs, undated
13 12 Carron, Peter, undated
13 13 Carte postale, 1977
13 14 Cartier, 1997
13 15 Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1973-1997
13 16 Castellon, Federico, 1966-1971
13 17 Chadwick, Lynn, 1961-1967
13 18 Chagall, Marc, 1971
13 19 Charnay, Désiré, 1968
13 20 Cheney, F. H., undated
Copy photographs.
13 21 China, undated
Copy photographs.
13 22 Christenberry, William, 1973
13 23 Christo, undated
13 24 Clapham, Peter, undated
box folder
14 1-7 Clark, Michael, 1970-1983, undated
14 1 Artist's file, 1970-1980
14 2 Photographic materials, undated
14 3 Gallery materials, 1975-1979
14 4 Business file, 1972-1983
Includes correspondence with Clark.
14 5 Classic Windows – Washington, 1982
14 6 Picture Windows, 1979
14 7 Corcoran Gallery, Images of the 70s: Nine Washington Artists, 1980
14 8 Clergue, Lucien, 1972
14 9 Clifford, Charles, 1987
14 10 Clift, William, 1976-1981
14 11 Cline, W. S., undated
Copy photographs.
14 12-13 Coburn, Alvin Langdon, undated
14 12 Artist's file
14 13 Copy photographs
14 14 Cocteau, Jean, undated
14 15 Cohen, Mark, undated
Copy photographs.
14 16 Colescott, Warrington, 1969-1977
14 17 Contemporary photographers of interest, 1978
14 18 Copello, Francisco, 1969-1972
14 19 Corinth, Lovis, 1970
14 20 Cornell, Joseph, 1973
14 21 Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille, undated
14 22 Cotman, John Sell, 1972
14 23 Coudrain, Brigitte, undated
14 24 Courtin, Pierre, 1966-1967
14 25 Crane, Arnold, Photographs of Photographers, Corcoran Gallery, 1974
14 26 Cuevas, José Luis, 1967-1969
box folder
15 1-2 Cunningham, Imogen, 1973-1977
15 1 Artist's file, 1973-1977
15 2 Correspondence, 1976
15 3-4 Curtis, Edward, 1971-1989, undated
15 3 Artist's file, 1971-1989
15 4 Copy photographs, undated
15 5 Cuvelier, Eugène, 1987-1993
15 6 Dagguereotypes, 1981
15 7 Danzinger, Joan, undated
15 8 Davies, Arthur B., 1966
15 9 Davis, Gene, 1971
15 10 Davis, Ronald, 1975
15 11 De Clercq, Louis, 1968-1993
15 12 De Kooning, Willem, undated
15 13-14 De Meyer, Adolphe, undated
15 13 Artist's file
15 14 Copy photographs
15 15 Deruytter, Wouter, 1995
15 16 Deutsche Werkbund, 1977
15 17 Dine, Jim, 1971-1977
15 18 Disdéri, André-Adolphe-Eugène, 1995
15 19 Disfarmer, Mike, 1976
15 20 Dix, Otto, 1972
15 21 Dixon, Captain Henry, 1995-1996
15 22 Doaré, Yves, 1975
15 23 Doisneau, Robert, 1979-1980
15 24 Dorazio, Piero, undated
15 25 Dorfman, Elsa, 1973
box folder
16 1-2 Dowell, John, 1971-1974
16 1 Artist's file
16 2 Business file
16 3-5 Downey, Juan, 1962-1970
16 3 Artist's file, 1962-1970
16 4 Business file, 1965-1970
16 5 Gallery materials, 1970
16 6 Drewes, Werner, 1969
16 7 Dubuffet, Jean, 1971-1972
16 8 Ducamp, Maxime, undated
Copy photographs.
16 9 Duchamp, Marcel, 1967-1977
16 10 Dugancay, Burhan, 1970
16 11 Dürer, Albrecht, 1971
16 12 Eastwood, Clive, 1967
16 13 Edgarton, Harold, 1977-1981
box
16-17 Eggleston, William, 1969-1993, undated
box folder
16 14 Artist's file, 1976-1994
16 15 Copy photographs, undated
16 16 CV/bio, undated
box
16-17 Business files, 1969-1993
box folder
16 17 1969-1979
17 1 1980-1993
17 2 Color as Form exhibition, George Eastman House, 1981-1982
17 3 The New Color exhibition, Everson Musuem, 1981
17 4 Southern Suite, 1980-1981
17 5 Old inventory, 1986
17 6 Ehrlich, Georg, 1968
17 7-8 Emerson, P. H., 1977, undated
17 7 Artist's file, 1977
17 8 Copy photographs, undated
17 9 England, undated
Gallery listings.
17 10 Ensor, James, 1969-1971
17 11 EEOC posters, 1972-1974
17 12 Erhardt, Hans Martin, 1968-1970
17 13 Erlebacher, Martha Mayer, 1974-1975
17 14 Ernst, Max, undated
17 15 Erwitt, Elliot, 1978
17 16 Escher, M. C., 1972-1975
17 17-21 Evans, Frederick Henry, 1971-1998, undated
17 17 Artist's file, 1971-1976
17 18 Copy photographs, undated
17 19 Bookplates, undated
17 20-21 Business files, 1974-1998
Includes correspondence with Evan Evans.
17 20 1974-1977
17 21 1978-1998
box
18- 21A, 176 Evans, Walker, 1933-1996, undated
box folder
18 1 Artist's file, 1966-1996
18 2 Gallery materials, 1975-1979
18 3 Vintage photographs, undated
Two with estate [?] wet stamp.
18 4 Copy photographs, undated
18 5 Photocopies of photographs, undated
18 6 General business file, 1971-1995
18 7 Bergen buy-out, 1974-1975
18 8 1300 archive, 1974-1976
box folder
19 1-4 Inventories, 1974-1979
19 1 1974-1976
19 2-3 1979
FSA, MoMA, AP, Port.
19 4 IV-XXVI inventory, 1975
box
19- 20 Estate, 1975-1981
box folder
19 5 1975
19 6 1976
box folder
20 1 1977-1981
20 2 Lunn consignment agreement, 1986-1996
20 3-4 Worswick Walker Evans collection, 1994, undated
20 3 Slides, undated
20 4 Catalog, 1994
20 5 Diego Cortez Arte, Ltd. consignment, 1996
box folder
176 3 Getty Museum, 1993-1995
Sealed for 35 years from 1995 (2030).
box folder
20 6 Harper and Row, 1978-1979
20 7 American Photographs, MoMA edition, 1988-1989
20 8 National Gallery of Canada, 1978
20 9 Victoria and Albert Museum, 1975-1977
20 10 Walker Evans in Print, 1995
Kingston collection.
20 11 The Crime of Cuba, 1933
box folder
21 1 Getty catalog [?], undated
21 2-4 Illustrations, undated
21 2 1-79 and list
21 3 80-160
21 4 161-174; 100 series; unnumbered
21 5 Photocopies of photographs, undated
For an unspecified project.
21 6-7 Binder of photocopies, undated
box folder
21A 1 X-rays of Evans's head and hand, 1968, April 27; undated
Photographic prints of x-rays of Evans's head and left hand include one undated mounted vintage print showing a frontal view of his head and face, and six prints of x-rays taken by Carmen Serafino at Yale, New Haven Hospital in 1968 including three frontal views of Evans's head and skull, one profile view, and two images of his hand.
box folder
22 1 Fang sculpture, 1982-1988
22 2-3 Faurer, Louis, 1976-1984
22 2 Artist's file, 1976-1981
22 3 Business file, 1976-1984
22 4 Feininger, Andreas, 1977
22 5 Feininger, Lyonel, 1964-1970
22 6-7 Fenton, Roger, undated
22 6 Artist's file
22 7 Copy photographs
22 8 Filmer, Lady Mary Georgiana, undated
Copy photographs.
box
22-25 Frank, Robert, 1976-1995, undated
box folder
22 9 Artist's file, 1979-1981
22 10 Copy photographs, undated
22 11 Business file, 1977-1995
22 12 Price lists, 1978-1979
22 13 Catalog, undated
22 14 Aperture, undated
box folder
23 1 USIAC/Scandinavia exhibition, 1979 [?]
23 2 Fotografiska Museet exhibition, 1982
23 3 Basil Art Fair, undated
23 4 Salford '80 exhibition, 1980
box
23-24 Tranches, undated
Most folders consist of photocopies of Frank images.
box folder
23 5 Grouping and payment schedule
23 6 Tranche I
1-167
23 7-8 Tranche II
23 7 251-350
23 8 351-417
23 9-10 Tranche III
23 9 501-612
23 10 613-740
23 11-15 Tranche IV
23 11-12 The Americans
23 11 Inventory
23 12 751-876
23 13 Lines of My Hand
877-908; 920; 963; 977; 982; 984.
23 14 Large format images
23 15 Non-reference images 909-1000
box folder
24 1-5 Tranche V
24 1 Business file
24 2 The Americans
24 3 Lines of My Hand
24 4 Large format images
24 5 "No reference" images
24 6 Study group I, undated
Archive 2651-2750.
24 7 Study group II, undated
Archive 2751-2850.
24 8 Venice exhibition ICP, 1979
24 9 Archive contracts, 1976-1981
24 10-13 The Americans, 1981, undated
24 10 Contracts, 1981
24 11 Image list, undated
24 12 Illustrated inventory, 1981
24 13 Old inventory sheets, undated
box
24-25 Lines of My Hand, 1979, undated
box folder
24 14 Biography, undated
box folder
25 1 Illustrated inventory, 1979
25 2 Old inventory sheets, undated
25 3 "No Reference" old inventory sheets, undated
25 4 Study Group I contract, 1980
25 5 Study Group II contact, 1981
25 6 Unreferenced images, undated
Includes inventory sheets.
25 7 Frankenthaler, Helen, undated
25 8 Freeman, Roland, 1981
25 9-11 Freund, Gisèle, 1976-1996, undated
25 9 Artist's file, 1976-1996
25 10 Correspondence, 1977-1988
25 11 Installation shots, undated
25 12 Friedlander, Johnny, 1970
25 13-14 Friedlander, Lee, 1976-1978, undated
25 13 Business file, 1976-1978
25 14 Copy photographs, undated
25 15-16 Frith, Francis, undated
25 15 Views in Switzerland album
Image lists
25 16 Copy photographs
25 17 Funke, Jaromir, undated
25 18 Fuss, Adam, 1995-1996
25 19 Gardner, Alexander, undated
25 20 Garnett, William, undated
25 21 Genovés, Juan, 1970-1972
25 22 Genthe, Arnold, 1975
25 23 Gerard, Leon, undated
25 24 German Expressionist print show, 1978-1979
box folder
26 1 Gibson, Ralph, 1978
26 2 Gilliam, Sam, undated
26 3-4 Gilpin, Laura, undated
26 3 Artist's file
26 4 Copy photographs
26 5 Girault de Prangey, Philiberte-Joseph, 1937
26 6 Glackens, William, 1972
26 7 Gloeden, Willhelm von, undated
Copy photographs.
26 8 Goldin, Nan, 1996
26 9-10 Gossage, John, 1978-1980
26 9 Business file, 1978-1980
26 10 Copy photographs, 1978
26 11 Gottlieb, Adolph, 1968-1972
26 12 Goya, Francisco, 1973
26 13 Graham, Robert, 1996
26 14-17 Grazier, John, 1975-1981, undated
26 14 Artist's file, 1975-1979
26 15 Copy photographs, undated
26 16 Business file, 1978-1981
26 17 Metro exhibition, 1980
26 18-19 Greene, John B., 1980-1981
26 18 Artist's file, 1981
26 19 Business file, 1980-1981
26 20 Gritchenko, Alexis, undated
26 21-22 Groz, George, 1971-1981
26 21 Artist's file, 1971-1977
26 22 Business file, 1973-1981
26 23 Gruen, John, undated
Copy photographs.
26 24-25 Guinan, Robert, 1977-1982
26 24 Artist's file, 1977-1982
26 25 Business file, 1980-1982
box folder
27 1 Halsman, Philippe, 1979
27 2-4 Hamaguchi, Yozo, 1971-1983
27 2 Artist's file, 1975
27 3 Gallery materials, 1971-1979
27 4 Business file, 1971-1983
Includes correspondence with Hamaguchi.
27 5 Hamilton, Richard, 1979
27 6 Hanfstaengl, Franz, 1975
27 7 Hart, George Overbury, undated
27 8 Hausmann, Raoul, 1978
27 9 Häusser, Robert, circa 1995
27 10-11 Haviland, Paul, 1995-1996, undated
27 10 Business file, 1995-1996
27 11 Copy photographs, undated
27 12-14 Hayter, Stanley William, 1969-1988
27 12 Artist's file, 1969-1988
27 13 Correspondence, 1969-1973
27 14 Gallery materials, 1969-1973
27 15-16 Heartfield, John, 1972, undated
27 15 Artist's file, 1972
27 16 Copy photographs, undated
27 17 Heath, David, 1997
27 18 Heinecken, Robert, 1981
27 19 Helleu, Paul, 1970
27 20 Henle, Fritz, 1976-1997
27 21 Henneberg, Hugo, undated
Copy photographs.
27 22 Hennell, Garnet, undated
27 23 Hepworth, Barbara, 1969-1971
27 24 Hetling, Francis, 1974-1980
27 25 Heyboer, 1965
27 26 Hideshima, Yukio, 1972
27 27 Hill, David Octavius, 1970-1973
27 28 Hill and Adamson, undated
Copy photographs.
28 1-6 Hine, Lewis, 1938-1996, undated
28 1 Artist's file, 1938-1981
28 2 Copy photographs, undated
28 3 Business file, 1974-1996
28 4 Inventory, undated
28 5-6 Child labor photographs, catalog 8, 1980
box folder
29 1-2 Hockney, David, 1970-1983
29 1 Business file, 1970-1983
29 2 Blue Guitar, 1977-1978
29 3 Hofer, Evelyn, 1966
29 4 Hollyer, Frederick, 1989
29 5 Honda, K., undated
29 6 Hopper, Edward, 1971
29 7 Howells, Michael, 1992-1998
29 8 Hughes, Evan, 1997-1998
29 9 Hugo, Victor, 1997
29 10 Hundertwasser, Friedreich, 1974
29 11 Hunt, Lewitt, undated
29 12 Hunt, Richard, undated
29 13 Hurrell, George, 1978-1979
29 14 Iannell, Fons, 1988
29 15-16 Ikeda, Matsuo, 1965-1976
29 15 Artist's file, 1965-1976
29 16 Business file, 1970-1975
29 17 Incandela, Gerald, 1977
29 18 Indiana, Robert, 1981
29 19 Iscan, Ferit, 1959-1967
29 20 Jackson, William Henry, undated
29 21 Jacobi, Lotte, 1974
Japan, 1973-1981, undated
box folder
29 22 Articles, 1973
29 23 Graphics and prints, undated
29 24 Photography, 1980-1981
29 25 19th century photographs, undated
Photocopies.
29 26 Jones, Pirkle, 1968-1975
29 27 Jones, Tony Ray, 1976
29 28 Kahn, Ely, 1972
box
29-30 Kainen, Jacob, 1971-1993, undated
box folder
29 29 Artist's file, 1972-1993
box folder
30 1 Photographic materials, undated
30 2 Correspondence with, 1974-1990
30 3 Gallery materials, 1974-1977
30 4 Business file, 1971-1983
30 5 Consignment sheets, 1973-1982
30 6 December 1979 exhibition, 1976-1980
30 7 December 1981 exhibition, 1981
30 8 80th birthday, 1979-1989
box
30-32 Karsh, Yousuf, 1975-1993, undated
box folder
30 9 Artist's file, 1976-1984
30 10 Copy photographs, undated
30 11 Business correspondence and notes, 1976-1993
30 12 Personal correspondence with Harry Lunn, 1977-1991
30 13 Agreements, 1975-1979
box folder
31 1 Archive, 1979-1981
31 2 Price lists, 1978-1988
31 3 List of photographs, 1980 [?]
31 4 Inventory lists, undated
31 5 Orders to be filled, 1981
31 6 Orders placed by gallery, 1977-1983
31 7 Consignments, 1981-1983
31 8-10 Photo correspondence, 1977-1982
31 8 1977-1979
31 9 1980-1982
31 10 Pope John Paul II, 1979
box
31-32 Sales reports, 1975-1985
box folder
31 11 1975-1980
box folder
32 1 1981-1985
32 2 Customs documents and correspondence, 1982-1983
32 3 Donations, 1979-1983
32 4 Portfolio project, 1980-1982
32 5 Exhibition and lecture, 1981
32 6 Palm Springs Desert Museum exhibition, 1981
32 7 Daytona Beach Community College exhibition, 1982
32 8-9 Käsebier, Gertrude, 1977, undated
32 8 Artist's file, 1977
32 9 Copy photographs, undated
32 10 Kastner, Joseph, 1997
32 11 Kawashima, Takeshi, undated
32 12-14 Keiley, Joseph T., 1901-1977, undated
32 12 Business file, 1976-1977
32 13 Correspondence, 1901-1907; 1977
Primarily copies of letters to Keiley from Alfred Stieglitz.
32 14 Folio inventory, undated
32 15 Kennerly, David, 1979-1981
32 16 Kerfoot, undated
Copy photographs.
32 17-18 Kertész, André, 1976-1984
32 17 Artist's file, 1976
32 18 Business file, 1976-1984
32 19 Kitaj, R.B. (Ronald Brooks), undated
32 20 Klee, Paul, 1967
32 21 Klein, William, undated
box folder
33 1 Kokoschka, Oscar, 1971-1972
33 2 Kollwitz, Käthe, undated
33 3 Kranz, Kurt, 1973-1977
33 4 Krzyzanowski, Michel, 1978-1981
33 5 Kubin, Alfred, 1971
33 6-11 Kühn, Heinrich, 1904-1992, undated
33 6 Artist's file, 1978-1979
33 7 Slides, undated
33 8 Copy photographs, undated
33 9 Business file, 1986-1992
33 10 Correspondence, 1975-1990
33 11 Letters to Alfred Stieglitz, 1904-1912
Photocopies of letters held in the Beinecke Library, Yale University.
33 12 Kuhn, Walt, 1963-1974
33 13 Kuniyoshi, Yasuo, 1973
33 14-15 Kushner, Robert, 1976-1978
33 14 Artist's file, 1976-1978
33 15 Mere Decoration exhibition, 1978
33 16 Lahey, Richard, 1963-1970
33 17 Landau, 1970
33 18 Langmore, Bank, 1980
box folder
34 1 Lapinski, Tadeusz, 1970-1972
34 2 Lartigue, Jacques-Henri, 1974
34 3 Laster, Paul, 1990-1992
34 4-5 Laughlin, Clarence John, 1949-1985
34 4 Artist's file, 1949-1985
34 5 Business file, 1974-1977
34 6 Laurant, Jean [Juan], undated
Copy photographs.
34 7 Lavery, Lady Hazel, 1933-1992
Correspondence with Sotheby's regarding one of Lady Lavery's scrapbooks. Includes two notes from John Lavery to Sir Patrick Ford (1935), a catalog of the Lavery's 1921 exhibition at the Alpine Club Gallery, nine vintage photographs of Lady Lavery, two vintage photographs reproducing painted portraits of her, and three clippings.
34 8 Lazergues et Dallemagne, undated
Copy photographs.
34 9 Léger, Fernand, 1972
34 10-13 Le Gray, Gustav, 1956-1997
34 10 Artist's file, 1956-1995
34 11 Business file, 1997
34 12 Exhibitions, 1987
34 13 Camp de Châlons, 1979-1996
34 14 Lemaître, Maurice, 1990
34 15 Le Parc, Julio, undated
34 16 Lerner, Nathan, 1976
34 17-18 Le Secq, Henri, 1980-1993, undated
34 17 Business file, 1980-1993
34 18 Paint sketches, undated
Copy photographs.
34 19 Lesser, Mary, 1969-1970
34 20 Levee, John, 1971
34 21-22 Levine, David, 1968-1980
34 21 Artist's file, 1968-1980
34 22 Gallery materials, 1978
box folder
35 1 Levine, Jack, undated
35 2 Levinstein, Leon, 1980-1981
35 3 Lewis, Henry, 1984
35 4 Lewis, Martin, 1969
35 5 Lewitt, Sol, 1973
35 6 Lichtenstein, Roy, 1970-1971
35 7 Li-Lan, 1988
35 8 Lindner, Richard, undated
35 9 Lipchitz, Jacques, 1967
35 10 Lissitzsky, El, undated
35 11-12 Livick, Stephen, 1975-1982
35 11 Business file, 1977-1982
35 12 Gallery materials, 1975-1982
35 13 Longo, Robert, 1972-1974
35 14 Lozowick, Louis, 1973-1983
35 15 Maar, Dora, 1997
box
36-40 McDermott & McGough, 1983-1998, undated
box folder
36 1 Curriculum vitae and biographies, 1993-1997
Artists' files, 1984-1998
box folder
36 2 1987-1998
36 3 1984-1986
36 4 Bound articles, 1987-1993
Velo-bound photocopies.
36 5 Publications, 1990-1996
36 6 Presentation binder, 1988-1997
box folder
37 1 Correspondence, 1993-1998
37 2 Miscellaneous notes, 1993-1997
Sales, exhibitions, etc.
37 3 Inventory lists, 1993-1997
37 4 Consignments, 1990-1997
37 5 Receipts, 1989-1997
Travel, etc.
37 6 Model release, undated
37 7 Barbara Politch film, 1993-1996
28th Instance of June, 1914 (1994).
37 8 IRS property seizure, 1990-1993
37 9 The Metallic Plate, 1994-1997
Portfolio published by Kevin Begos Publishing.
37 10-15 Clients, 1986-1997, undated
37 10 A, 1986-1997
box
37; 190 B-D, 1993-1996, undated
box folder
37 11 1993-1996
Includes Willy DeVille CD (CD1) with artwork by M & M.
box item
190 V1 Willey De Ville, Running Through the Jungle, undated
box folder
37 12 E-F, 1993-1995
37 13 G-H, 1993-1997
37 14 I-O, 1991-1995
37 15 P-W, 1991-1997
box folder
38 1 The Mammoth Plate Photographs, 1992
Exhibition held at Robert Miller Gallery.
38 2-3 Messers McDermott & McGough: Some Modern Photographers and their Work, 1983-1994
Exhibition held at Magazin 4 Vorarlberger Kunstverein, Bregenz.
38 2 Exhibition file, 1983-1994
38 3 Installation shots, 1993
38 4 Messrs. McDermott & McGough, 1994
Exhibition held at Fahey/Klein Gallery.
38 5 25e Rencontres internationales de la photographie, Arles, 1994
38 6 Découvertes 1994, 1994
Harry Lunn Ltd. and Galerie GBL Baudoin Lebon, Paris.
38 7 Newport Art Museum, 1993
38 8 Bid for Life auction, 1995
38 9 An American Century of Photography, 1995
Hallmark Photographic Collection, International Center of Photography.
38 10 Art Basel, 1996
38 11 Art Show, 1996
38 12 Marlborough New York, 1996
38 13 David McDermott, Peter McGough, 1996
Exhibition held at Bruno Bischofberger Gallery.
38 14 McDermott & McGough, 1996
Exhibition held at Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea, Milan.
38 15 Mois de la photo, Paris, 1996
38 16-17 Prospect '96, 1995-1996
38 16 Business file, 1995-1996
38 17 Catalog, 1996
38 18 David McDermott & Peter McGough: Anachronism Abroad, 1996
Exhibition held at Torch Gallery.
box
38-39 Provinciaal Museum voor Moderne Kunst (Ostend), 1996-1997
box folder
38 19 Exhibition file, 1996-1997
box folder
39 1 Exhibition documentation, 1997
Polaroids and photocopies of Temple of Photographic Art letterpress labels/edition certificates.
box folder
40 1-8 Copy prints, 1996-1997, undated
40 1-2 Salt prints, undated
40 3 Sentimental education, undated
40 4 Palladium flowers, undated
40 5 Nudes, 1996-1997
40 6 Photographs and labels, undated
40 7 Miscellaneous copy prints, undated
40 8 Framed prints and installation shots, undated
40 9 Photocopies of photographs, undated
box folder
41 1 Slides, undated
box folder
42 1 Transparencies and negatives, undated
box folder
43 1 MacDonald, Kevin, 1975-1993
43 2 McNeil, George, 1981
43 3 Man Ray, 1970-1978
43 4 Mantz, Werner, 1976
box
43-45 Mapplethorpe, Robert, 1977-1997, undated
box folder
43 5-6 Artist's files, 1979-1996
43 5 1979-1996
43 6 1988-1989
43 7 Obituaries, memorials, 1989-1990
43 8 Copy photographs, undated
43 9 Business file, 1977-1988, undated
43 10 Exhibition at Lunn Gallery, November 1981
Mapplethorpe CVs, price lists, Polaroid installation shots (four items and 16 photographs).
43 11 Lola Alvarez Bravo / Robert Mapplethorpe dinner, 1981
Guests lists and correspondence regarding the dinner held in honor of the two artists on 12 November 1981.
43 12 FIAC '88, 1988
Correspondence, promotional materials, and copy negatives and photographs for Robert Mapplethorpe solo exhibition.
43 13 Loans to museums, 1988
43 14 Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, 1994-1996
Includes correspondence and price lists.
box folder
44 1-6 Christie's, Estate of Robert Mapplethorpe, 1989
44 1 Volume I
Unique and uneditioned material; editioned prints, no. 1-299.
44 2 Volume II
Editioned prints, no. 300-679.
44 3 Volume III
Editioned prints, no. 680-1110.
44 4 Volume IV
Editioned prints, no. 1111-1559.
44 5 Volume V
Editioned prints, no. 1560-1996.
44 6 Auction of property from the Robert Mapplethorpe collection
Includes an invitation to a reception and private viewing and five articles regarding auction expectations and results.
44 7-13 Appraisals of estate, 1993-1997, undated
44 7 Christie's appraisal, 1993-1994
Selected samples sent to Lunn by Lipsky and Stout, Esqs.
44 8 Lunn appraisal, 1994-1997
Prepared for Lipsky and Stout, Esqs.
44 9 Lunn appraisal notes, 1993-1997, undated
44 10 Lunn biographical materials, 1994
Submitted in support for his appraisal expertise regarding the Robert Mapplethorpe Estate.
44 11 Stultz, Dale, W., 15 October 1994
Appraisal of self-created property in the estate of Robert Mapplethorpe.
44 12 Lunn consulting agreement with Laurence Goldfein, Esq., 1994
Regarding Mapplethorpe Estate proceedings before State of New York surrogate court. Includes supporting documents.
44 13 Appraisal procedures re: Warhol case, 1987-1994
Documents and articles regarding appraisal procedure issues raised by the Warhol case in the New York Surrogate Court decided 13 January 1994.
Clippings, 1989-1997
box folder
45 1-2 Mapplethorpe/NEA controversy, 1989-1997
45 1 1989
45 2 1989-1997
45 3 Mappplethorpe Corcoran exhibition, 1989-1990
45 4 Mapplethorpe Cincinnati exhibition, 1990
45 5 Mapplethorpe WPA exhibition, 1989-1990
45 6 Marville, Charles, 1997
45 7 Messerli, Niggi, 1975-1976
45 8-9 Model, Lisette, 1975-1977, undated
45 8 Business file, 1975-1977
45 9 Copy photographs, undated
45 10-11 Moholy-Nagy, László, 1946-1947, undated
45 10 Artist's file, 1946-1947
45 11 Copy photographs, undated
45 12 Mucha, Alphonse Maria, 1973-1996
45 13-14 Muybridge, Eadweard, 1979, undated
45 13 Business file, 1979
45 14 Copy photographs, undated
45 15-16 Nadar, Félix, 1995, undated
45 15 Artist file, 1995
45 16 Copy photographs, undated
45 17 Nègre, Charles, 1984, undated
45 18 Nelson, Paul, 1994
box folder
46 1-3 Newhall, Beaumont, 1978-1993
46 1 Artist's file, 1978-1982
46 2 Obituaries, 1993
46 3 Portfolio, 1980-1982
46 4 Newman, Arnold, undated
Copy photographs.
46 5 Newton, Helmut, 1994
box
46, 187, 189* Nineteenth-century photographs, undated
box folder
46 6-7 Daguerreotypes and ambrotypes
Copy prints.
46 8 Stereo daguerreotypes
Copy prints.
46 9 Various media
46 10 Nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century photographs
Copy prints.
46 11 Photocopies
box folder
187 6 Slides, transparencies, and color prints
Includes some twentieth century material.
box folder
189* 1-2 Landscape photographs
Primarily views of rock formations, trees, and rustic dwellings made by one or more photographers.
189* 1 Copy prints
Twenty-one 11 x 14 inch rc copy prints.
189* 2 Photocopies
Reproducing fourteen of the copy prints above.
box folder
46 12 Nixon, Nicholas, 1977
box folder
47 1 O'Sullivan, Timothy H., undated
Copy photographs.
47 2-3 Outerbridge, Paul, 1979, undated
47 2 Artist's file, 1979
47 3 Copy photographs, undated
47 4 Padamsee, Akbar, 1966-1967
47 5 Paltiel, Roger, 1965-1967
47 6 Paolozzi, M., undated
Copy photographs.
47 7 Pare, Richard, 1986
47 8-9 Penn, Irving, 1975-1981, undated
47 8 Artist's file, 1975-1981
47 9 Copy photographs, undated
47 10 Phillips, Matt, 1971-1981
47 11 Photo-Club de Paris, 1978
47 12 Picasso, Pablo, 1969-1970
Regarding Suite 347.
box
47, 187 Pierre et Giles, 1986-1999, undated
box folder
47 13 Artists' file, 1986-1999
47 14 Business file, 1994-1996
box folder
187 4 Copy photographs, 1995-1996, undated
Slides, transparencies and Polaroids. Includes Le capitaine et son petit mousse, 1995, portrait of Lunn with a "sailor boy."
187 5 Pierre et Giles restrospective at Maison européenne de la photographie, 1996
Includes installations shots and Photo (November 1966) review of the exhibition.
box folder
47 15 Pulham, Peter Rose, 1975-1979
47 16 Puryear, Martin, 1969-1988
47 17 Radoux, Gilbert, undated
47 18 Rauschenberg, Robert, 1979
47 19 Ray-Jones, Tony, 1974
47 20 Raymond, Lilo, 1977
47 21 Renger-Patzsch, Albert, undated
Copy photographs.
47 22 Robert, Louis-Rémy, 1990-1993
box folder
48 1 Robinson, Henry Peach, undated
Copy photographs.
48 2 Romano, Clare, 1967
48 3 Rouault, Georges, 1971
48 4 Rougé, O. C. C. E. (Emmanuel), Vicomte de, undated
48 5 Rutherford, Lewis Morris, 1995-1996
48 6-7 Sander, August, undated
48 6 Inventory
48 7 Copy photographs
48 8 Sannes, Sanne, 1979
48 9 Schaeffer, William L., undated
48 10-11 Schneeberger, Adolf, 1977, undated
48 10 Inventory, 1977
48 11 Copy photographs, undated
48 12-13 Schütze, Eva Watson, 1976, undated
48 12 Business file, 1976
48 13 Copy photographs, undated
48 14 Scottish Photography Group / Stills, 1979-1985
48 15-16 Seeley, George, undated
48 15 Business file
48 16 Copy photographs
48 17 Segui, Antonio, undated
48 18 Serrano, Andres, 1993-1995
48 19 Sherman, Cindy, 1997
48 20 Shilov, Alexander, undated
48 21-22 Sommer, Frederick, 1981, undated
48 21 Artist's file, 1981
48 22 Copy photographs, undated
48 23 Starn, Mike and Doug, 1993-1994
48 24-25 Steichen, Edward, 1978-1994, undated
48 24 General file, 1978-1994
48 25 Copy photographs, undated
48 26 Steiner, Ralph, 1976
box folder
49 1-5 Stieglitz, Alfred, 1975-1995, undated
49 1 Artist's file, undated
49 2 Business file, 1975-1995
49 3 James Stieglitz collection, undated
49 4-5 Copy photographs, undated
49 6 Still, Clifford, 1980
49 7 Stirling, Edmund, undated
Copy photographs.
49 8 Stone, Sasha, 1997, undated
Includes copy photographs.
49 9-10 Strand, Paul, 1976-1991, undated
49 9 General file, 1976-1991
49 10 Copy photographs, undated
49 11 Stryker, Roy, 1985
49 12-13 Sudek, Josef, undated
49 12 General file
49 13 Copy photographs
49 14 Surris, Sherry, 1998
49 15 Sutnar, Ladislav, undated
49 16-17 Talbot, Henry Fox, 1972-1982, undated
49 16 General file, 1972-1982
49 17 Copy photographs, undated
49 18 Tenneyson, Joyce, 1980-1981
box folder
50 1 Teynard, Félix, 1982-1991
50 2 Thomas, Alma, 1978-1981
50 3 Thompson, John, undated
Copy photographs.
50 4 Tripe, Linnaeus, 1981
50 5 Twentieth-century photographs, undated
Copy prints of photographs by unidentified photographers.
50 6 Udé, Iké, 1996
50 7 Umbo, 1977
50 8 Utrillo, Maurice, 1981
50 9 Vallotton, Félix, 1971-1973
50 10-13 Van der Zee, James, 1973-1995, undated
50 10 Artist's file, 1973-1993
50 11 Copy photographs, undated
50 12 Business file, 1973-1995
50 13 Exhibition, 1980
50 14 Van Dyke, Willard, 1981
50 15 Van Leeuwen, Jan, 1998
50 16 Vidal, Léon, undated
Copy photographs.
50 17 Villeneuve, Julien de, undated
Copy photographs.
50 18 Villon, Jacques, 1971
box
50, 176 Viollet-le-Duc, Eugène-Emmanuel, 1984-1991
box folder
176 4 Business file, 1984-1991
box folder
50 19 Frank Lloyd Wright and Viollet-le-Duc exhibition, 1986-1988
box folder
51 1-3 WHG portfolio, 1990, undated
51 1 Business file, 1990
51 2 Copy photographs, undated
51 3 Photocopies of photographs, undated
51 4 Walker, Evans, 1983-1984
51 5 Wallen, Don, 1979
51 6 Wang Ming, 1992
51 7 Warhol, Andy, 1963-1987
51 8 Watkins, Carleton E., 1978
51 9 Webb, Todd, 1977
51 10 Weegee, 1975-1981
51 11 Weston, Brett, undated
51 12-15 Weston, Edward, 1936-1983, undated
51 12 Artist's file, 1976-1983
51 13 Copy photographs, undated
51 14 Business file, undated
51 15 Willard D. Morgan files, 1936-1958
51 16 Whistler, James McNeil, 1972
51 17-18 White, Clarence, undated
51 17 Business file
51 18 Copy photographs
51 19 White, Joseph P., 1973
51 20 White, Minor, 1976-1977
51 21 Wiley, W. T., undated
51 22 Will, John, 1967
51 23 Winfield, David Wilkie, undated
Copy photographs.
box folder
52 1-2 Witkin, Joel-Peter, 1983-1993
52 1 Artist's file, 1983-1993
52 2 Loans to museums, 1983
52 3 Woehrman, Ralph, 1972-1983
52 4-6 Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1981-1988, undated
52 4 Artist's file, 1981-1988
52 5 Liebes collection, undated
52 6 Kitchen door, Wright frames, 1982
52 7 Wunderlich, Paul, 1969-1971
52 8 Wynfield, David Wilkie, undated
52 9 Yamaguchi, Yuriko, 1990
52 10 Yoder, Janica, undated
52 11 Zadkine, Ossip, 1969
52 12 Zajac, Jack, undated
52 13-14 Zayas, Marius, de, 1915-1976
52 13 Correspondence, 1915-1976
Photocopies of correspondence with Alfred Stieglitz and others.
52 14 Correspondence, 1971-1976
Regarding 291 artists.
52 15 Zewadski collection, 1989
Antiquity.
52 16 Zille, Heinrich, undated
52 17 Zwart, Piet, undated
52 18 Artists seeking representation, 1976-1989
box folder
53 1-6 Artist and other inventories, undated
Most files include price lists.
53 1 Album-Barnard
53 2 Beato-Bullock
53 3 Calloway- Evans
53 4 Fauer-Hoppé
53 5 Kasebier-Pousset-Dart
53 6 Isiz-Karsh
53 7 Artists "R", undated
53 8 Artists "S", undated
53 9 Artists "T", undated
53 10 Artists "U", undated
53 11 Artists "V", undated
53 12 Artists "Y", undated
Series II. Client files and related materials, 1965-1998, undated 18.75 Linear Feet (45 boxes)
The series contains general files for Lunn's extensive international roster of clients, as well as documentation of appraisals, consigments, and exhibition loans. Clients are broadly defined as any individual, gallery, museum, or business with whom Lunn engaged in the acts of buying or selling works of art.
Lunn was instrumental in the formation of many notable photography collections, both public and private. Of particular note are the collections that were assembled by the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, the Gilman Paper Company in New York, and by collectors such as Sam Wagstaff and Manfred Heiting. Files on these and many other collections are included in this series.
Also included are client correspondence files grouped according to medium (graphics and photography); client card files; and files on client matters pertaining to appraisals, consignments, and exhibition loans.
Arrangement
The series is arranged alphabetically by the client's last name or by institution name in direct order, with the exception of the photography correspondence files which are arranged first by year and then alphabetically by the client's last name.
box
54-91 Clients, 1965-1998, undated
box folder
54 1 5 Associates, 1977
54 2 A. J. Wood Galleries, 1980
54 3 Aaron Enterprises Inc., 1980-1983
54 4 Aboriginal Art and Crafts Ltd., 1981
54 5 Academy Editions, 1973-1976
54 6 Academy of the Arts (Easton, MD), 1980
54 7 Achim Moeller Fine Art Limited, 1974-1976
54 8 Ackland Art Museum, 1979
54 9 Adams, Gary E., 1977
54 10 Addison Gallery of American Art, 1978-1980
54 11 After Image, 1975-1982
54 12 Akron Art Institute, 1976-1980
54 13 Alderman Company, 1978-1979
54 14 Aldis Browne Fine Arts, 1972-1975
54 15 Alice Adam Ltd., 1976-1982
54 16 Alice Simsar Gallery, 1980
54 17 Alinder, James, 1976
54 18-19 Allan Frumkin Gallery, 1971-1982
54 18 1971-1975
54 19 1976-1982
54 20 Alland, Alexander, 1973-1976
54 21 Allen Memorial Art Museum, 1979-1983
54 22 Alpha Gallery, 1976
54 23 Álvarez Bravo, Manuel, 1980-1982
54 24 American Art Co., 1979
54 25 American Association for State and Local History, 1975
54 26 American Booksellers Association, 1977
box folder
55 1 American Federation of Arts, 1975-1981
55 2 American Medical Association, 1982
55 3 Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1978-1980
55 5 Anderson Gallery (Virginia Commonwealth University), 1980-1981
55 6 Anderson, Russ, 1973-1978
55 7-8 André Emmerich Gallery, 1995
55 7 Business file, 1995
55 8 Seeing Things exhibition, 1995
55 9 Andrew Smith, Inc., 1978-1995
55 10 Angus Whyte Gallery, 1971-1978
55 11 Ann Kendall Richards, Inc., 1977-1979
55 12 Antiquariaat Verburg, 1982
55 13 AOI Gallery, 1977
55 14 Aperture, Inc., 1975-1996
55 15 Arai, Nikki, 1980
55 16 Archetype, 1975
55 17 Architectural Digest, 1978-1979
55 18 Archives of American Art, 1976-1982
55 19 Arena Editions, 1979-1997
55 20 Argus Ltd., 1978
55 21 Arlington Arts Center, 1981
55 22 Armbruster, John, 1974-1975
55 23 Armstrong Gallery, 1986-1988
55 24 Art Asia, 1973-1976
55 25 Art Consultants, Inc., 1977
55 26 Art Credit Company, 1976-1977
box folder
56 1 Art Gallery of Inverrary, 1976
56 2 Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1981-1984
56 3 Art Harris Gallery, 1971-1975
56 4 Art Institute of Chicago, 1972-1996
56 5 Art Life Ltd., 1974-1977
56 6 Art South, 1982
56 7 Arta, 1977-1980
56 8 Artel, 1978
56 9 Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, 1979
56 10 Artnews, 1978-1983
56 11 The Arts, 1979-1982
56 12 Arts Council of Great Britain, 1977-1982
56 13 The Arts Gallery, 1979
56 14 Associated American Artists, 1975-1977
56 15 Association des amis de Jacques-Henri Lartigue, 1980-1981
56 16 Atelier Group, 1994
56 17 Atlanta Gallery of Photography, 1977-1983
56 18 Auckland City Art Gallery, 1981
56 19 Australia, 1981
56 20 Australian Centre for Photography, 1978
box
56-57 Australian National Gallery/National Gallery of Australia, 1977-1986
box folder
56 21 1977-1981
box folder
57 1 1982
57 2 1983-1986
57 3 B. Weinreb Architectural Books Ltd., 1973-1976
57 4 Baker Gallery, 1981
57 5 Baldwin Street Gallery of Photography, 1980-1982
57 6 Ball State University Art Gallery, 1971-1972
57 7 Baltimore Museum of Art, 1974-1980
57 8 Bancho Gallery, 1973-1976
57 9 Bancroft Library, 1975
57 10 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, 1975
57 11 Bates, Ralf and Walter, 1995
57 12 Baudoin Lebon, 1978-1996
Mostly regarding Edward Steichen; also some materials related to Robert Frank, Joel-Peter Witkin, Edward Atget, and other photographers.
57 13 Baum/Marks Fine Arts, 1978-1983
57 14 Baum, Timothy, 1971-1988
57 15 Ben M. Pickard Gallery, 1977
box folder
58 1 Benson, Richard, 1974-1976
58 2 Benz, Mrs. Reuben, 1975-1977
58 3 Berès, Huguette, 1973-1975
58 4-7 Bergen, D. Thomas, 1973-1980
58 4-5 General files, 1973-1978
58 4 1973-1975
58 5 1976-1978
58 6 Walker Evans, 1975-1980
58 7 Manufacturers Hanover Trust, 1975-1979
58 8 Berggruen et Cie, 1968-1975
58 9 Berler, Sandra, 1981-1983
58 10 Berley, Dan, 1978
58 11 Bernard Jacobson Ltd., 1977-1978
58 12 Berner Photo-Galerie, 1981-1983
58 13 Bernstein, Stephen B., 1982-1983
58 14 Bethesda Art Gallery, 1982
58 15 Betty Gold Gallery, 1974-1976
58 16 Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1978-1997
58 17 Birmingham Museum of Art (Alabama), 1979
58 18 Bischofberger, Bruno, 1976-1979
58 19 Blakeston, Oswell, 1978-1980
58 20 Blatchford, Susan, 1993-1995
58 21 Blixt Gallery, 1980-1981
58 22 Bluds, Serge, 1981
58 23 Blue Moon Gallery, 1976
58 24 Bogenhallens Antikvariat, 1978
58 25 Bokelberg, Oliver, 1978-1997
58 26 Bolaffi Arte, 1975-1977
box folder
59 1 Bongard, Willi, 1976-1978
59 2 Bonni Benrubi Gallery, 1993
59 3 Bonta, Dayne, 1978
59 4 Books & Co., 1982
59 5 Boston Art Work, 1978-1979
59 6 Boxer, Michael, 1979
59 7 Brent Sikkema, Inc., 1975-1982
Formerly Vision Gallery of Photography.
59 8 Bring, Murray H., 1978-1983
59 9 Brinkley, David, 1978-1979
59 10 Brooke Alexander, Inc., 1973-1975
59 11 Brooklyn Museum, 1975-1979
59 12 Broxton Gallery, 1976
59 13 Buberger, Joe, 1982-1983
59 14 Bucknell University (Center Gallery), 1979-1981
59 15 Burry, Idel, 1979
59 16 Burton, Valerie, 1980-1981
59 17 Butler Brothers Oil Company, 1979
59 18 Butler Institute of American Art, 1979
59 19 Byers, Robert, 1980
59 20 Byron, Mrs. Thomas, 1983
George H. Seeley Collection.
59 21 California State University, Long Beach, Art Museum and Galleries, 1979-1981
59 22 Callaway Editions, 1978-1996
59 23 Camera, 1976-1978
59 24 Camera Obscura, Stockholm, 1977-1982
59 25 Camp, James, 1977
59 26 Canon Photo Gallery, 1981
59 27 Carol Goldberg, Inc., 1984
59 28 Carr, Norman, 1979-1980
59 29 Carus Gallery, 1969-1977
59 30 Castelli Graphics, 1976-1979
59 31 Center for Photographic Arts, 1975-1977
box
59-60 Centre canadien d'architecture, 1978-1996, undated
59-60 General files, 1980-1995, undated
box folder
59 32 1980-1983, undated
box folder
60 1 1984-1986
60 2 1988-1995
60 3 Court House Project, 1978-1980
60 4 Scenes of the World to Come, 1995-1996
Exhibition loan.
60 5 Centre Georges Pompidou, 1977
60 6 Chama Institute, 1975-1995
60 7 Charles B. Wood III Inc., 1978-1989
60 8 Charles Isaacs Photographs, 1981-1997
60 9 Chase Manhattan Bank, 1976-1981
Regarding the bank's art program.
60 10 Chavis, Marlene, 1979
60 11 Cheim and Read, 1996-1997
60 12 Chi-Wara, 1979-1980
60 13 Christian Brandstätter Verlag, 1994
60 14 Chrysler Museum at Norfolk, 1977-1982
60 15-16 Chubb, Caldecot, 1976-1980
60 15 William Eggleston, 1976-1980
60 16 Louis Faurer, 1977-1979
60 17 Church Street Photographic Centre, 1977-1979
60 18 Cincinnati Art Museum, 1971-1978
60 19 Clark, E. Harrison, 1977-1978
60 20 Clergue, Lucien, 1976
60 21 Cleveland Museum of Art, 1976-1989
60 22 Cohen, Mrs. Pauline, 1979
60 23 Collectors Gallery, Milwaukee, 1980
60 24 Columbia College Art Gallery, 1977
60 25 Columbus Museum of Art, 1978-1979
60 26 Comfort Gallery (Haverford College), 1979-1988
60 27 Commerce Graphics, New York, 1994
60 28 Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980-1983
box folder
61 1-2 Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1974-1985
61 1 1974-1977
61 2 1978-1985
61 3 Corporate Art Group, 1979-1980
Nancy Olney is the primary contact.
61 4 Cosmopolitan Art Gallery, 1974-1975
61 5 Creative Camera, 1982
61 6 Cronin Gallery, 1975-1982
61 7 Da Capo Press, 1979
61 8 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1981
61 9 Daniel Wolf Press, 1977-1983
Jonathan Stern is the primary contact.
61 10 Darton Fine Arts Limited, 1982-1985
61 11 David Adamson Gallery, 1992-1997
61 12 David Grob Fine Arts Ltd., 1980-1982
61 13 David Mirvish Gallery, 1975-1978
61 14 David Winton Bell Gallery, (Brown University), 1988
61 15 Davis, Douglas, 1977-1983
61 16 Davis, John M., 1977
61 17 Dearstyne, Howard, 1976-1979
61 18 DeCordova and Dana Museum and Park, 1980
61 19 Deeks, Noel, 1980
61 20 Delaney, Paul, 1979
61 21 Delaware Art Museum, 1982
61 22 Demange, Xavier, 1996
61 23 De Menil, Adelaïde, 1975-1984
61 24 De Menil, François, 1981
61 25 Denmark Ambassaden, 1988
61 26 Denver Art Museum, 1976
61 27 Detroit Institute of Arts, 1977-1983
61 28 Deutscher Fine Art, 1988
61 29 Diane Brown Gallery, 1979
61 30 Diepraam, Willem, 1978-1979
61 31 Dierken, Andrew, 1998
61 32 Disman, Alan, 1977-1981
61 33 Dog Museum of America, 1981-1983
box folder
62 1 Double Elephant Press, 1975-1978
62 2 Douglas Drake Gallery, 1993
62 3 Douglas Kenyon Gallery, 1977-1983
62 4 Dover Publications, Inc., 1980
62 5 Downtown Gallery, (New Orleans), 1974
62 6 Doyle, John, 1973
62 7 Dupuy, Alain, 1985-1992
62 8 Ebtehadj, Mrs. Lily, 1973-1974
62 9 Eclipse Photographics, 1979-1985
62 10 Éditions Denise René, Paris, 1973
62 11 Edkins, Diana, 1980
62 12 Edwards, Gary, 1983-1986
62 13-14 Edwynn Houk Gallery, 1977-1985
62 13 1977-1980
62 14 1981-1985
62 15 Efron, Jean, 1974-1983
62 16 Elaine Horwitch Galleries, 1970-1977
62 17 Elliot, Fred, 1982-1983
62 18 Eloquent Light Gallery, 1977-1983
62 19 Emily Lowe Gallery (Hofstra University), 1975
62 20 Enjay Gallery of Photography, 1975, 1979
62 21 Equivalents Gallery, 1978-1981
62 22 Erich Sommer Holdings Ltd., 1973-1981
Includes correspondence regarding the calotypes of Victorian street children that Graham Ovenden forged and attributed to Francis Hetling, a ficticious photographer.
62 23 Esterow, Milton, 1981
62 24 Ex Libris, 1977
62 25 Exposure (Miami, FL), 1979-1980
62 26 Exposure (Wellfleet, MA), 1977
62 27 Exposure magazine, 1977
box folder
63 1 Falk-Leeds International, Ltd., 1980-1982
63 2 Far Gallery, 1967
63 3 Fay Gold Gallery, 1976-1982
63 4 Felicity Samuel Gallery, 1976
63 5 Felix Landau Gallery, 1970-1971
63 6 Fellus Gallery, 1979
63 7 Felsheim, Nina, 1983
63 8 Fendrick Gallery, 1969-1983
63 9 Fielding, Jed, 1993
63 10 Film in the Cities, 1979
63 11 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1975-1986
Includes California Palace of the Legion of Honor.
63 12 Fitch-Febvrel Gallery, 1973-1977
63 13 Focus Gallery, 1974-1982
63 14 Fogg Art Museum, 1973-1989
63 15 Fondation Cartier, 1995-1996
63 16 Forbes, Robert, 1976-1977
63 17 Forum Gallery, 1980
63 18 Forum Stadtpark, 1978-1979
63 19 Fotografiska Museet, 1977-1993
63 20 Four Winds Gallery, 1974-1977
63 21 Fox, Eric R., 1978
63 22 Frajlich, Henryka, 1982
box folder
64 1-3 Fraenkel Gallery, 1979-1989
64 1 1979-1981
64 2 1982-1989
64 3 Joel-Peter Witkin, 1985-1989
64 4 Franz Bader, Inc., 1979-1982
64 5 Fraser, Robert, 1978
64 6 Frederick Mulder, 1976
64 7 Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, (UCLA), 1980
64 8 Fremont Indemnity Company, 1978-1981
David L. McIntyre is the primary contact.
64 9 French Cultural Services, New York, 1976
64 10 Friends of the Crafts, Inc., 1975-1977
64 11 Frisbee Mill Books, 1978
64 12 G. H. Dalsheimer Gallery, 1979-1983
64 13-14 G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, 1975-1983
64 13 1975-1977
64 14 1978-1983
64 15 G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., 1975-1982
64 16 Galerie 9, 1965-1967
Antoinette (Tonine) Mondine is the primary contact.
64 17 Galerie A. Nagel, 1979-1980
64 18 Galerie Albert Loeb, 1982
64 19 Galerie Ariadne, 1971-1975
64 20 Galerie Arnoldi-Livie, 1975-1981
box folder
65 1 Galerie die Brücke, 1973-1979
65 2 Galerie Clairefontaine, 1995
65 3 Galerie Ditesheim Neuchâtel, 1977-1979
65 4 Galerie Dominique Weitz, 1996
65 5 Galerie Elke Dröscher, 1980
65 6 Galerie Enatsu, 1977-1978
65 7 Galerie Espace, 1982
65 8 Galerie Fiolet, 1978-1980
65 9 Galerie Françoise Paviot, 1996
65 10 Galerie Gunzenhauser, 1976
65 11 Galerie Hans Neuendorf, 1978
65 12 Galerie Heiner Friedrich, 1974-1975
65 13 Galerie Loyse Oppenheim, 1978-1979
65 14 Galerie "Le nouvel essor", 1971-1976
65 14a Galerie Michèle Chomette, 1993
65 15 Galerie Mikro, 1975-1977
65 16 Galerie Octant, 1977-1988
65 17 Galerie Pabst: Kunst des XX Jahrhunderts, 1975
65 18 Galerie des peintres graveurs, 1965-1981
65 19 Galerie Point, 1973-1974
65 20, Galerie Sonnabend, 1975
65 21 Galerie Texbraun, 1974-1986
65 22 Galerie Wilde, 1974-1980
65 23 Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, 1971-1978
65 24 Galerie Zabriskie, 1990
65 25 Galerie zur Stockeregg, 1979-1983
box folder
66 1 Galleri Langhoff, 1976-1981
66 2 Galleria d'arte del Naviglio (Milan), 1982-1983
66 3 Galleria dell'Ariete, 1975-1981
66 4 Galleria "Il Segnapassi", 1973
66 5 Galleria Libreria Ciranna, 1972-1974
66 6 Gallerie (Los Angeles), 1979-1981
66 7 Galleries International, 1977-1980
66 8 Gallery 224, 1977
66 9 Gallery of Contemporary Photography, 1988
Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA.
66 10-12 Gallery for Fine Photography, (New Orleans), 1977-1995
Joshua Pailet, director.
66 10 1977-1978
66 11 1979-1980
66 12 1981-1995
66 13-14 Gallery Gemini, 1974-1983
66 13 1974-1977
66 14 1978-1983
66 15 Gallery Murakami, Ltd., 1973-1974
66 16 Gallery of Photographic Arts, Inc., 1977-1983
66 17 Garnett, William A., 1978
66 18 Gay Rights National Lobby, 1981-1982
66 19 Gayner, David Jay and Claudia M. Gropper, 1998
box folder
67 1 Gee, Helen, 1979-1980
Photography of the Fifties project.
67 2 Gefter, Philip, 1982
67 3 Gemini G.E.L., 1980-1982
67 4 General Mills, 1965-1967
Leonard Nadasdy is the primary contact; see also client file for Saylor, David.
67 5 Georgetown Graphics, Inc., undated
67 6 Georgia Museum of Art (University of Georgia), 1972-1976
67 7 German Marshall Fund of the United States, undated
67 8 Gilbert Gallery, Ltd., 1977-1981
67 9 Gilman Paper Company, 1977-1997
Pierre Apraxine is the primary contact.
67 10 Glassics, 1980
67 11 Goldberg, Arthur A., 1980-1981
67 12 Goldman, John L., 1978-1979
67 13 Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 1983
67 14 Grapestake Gallery, 1975-1983
67 15 Graphic Antiquity, 1979-1981
67 16 Graphic Art Collector's Association (Milan, Italy), 1977-1978
67 17 Graphics/International, undated
67 18 Gray, Andrea, 1980-1983
67 19 Gray, Clive S., 1977-1989
67 20 Gray, Phil, 1981
67 21 Greenberg, Amy, 1981
67 22 Greenberg Gallery (Saint Louis), 1981
67 23 Greenberg, Howard, 1985
67 24 Greenough, Sarah E., 1983
67 25 Greenville County Museum of Art, 1981
67 26 Greiner, William Kross, 1983-1995
67 27 Grey Art Gallery & Study Center (NYU), 1976-1977
67 28 Grosvenor, Edwin S., 1929
67 29 Groth, Sue (Shanks), 1969-1980
67 30 Gruber, Fritz, 1978-1988
67 31 Guggenheim, Asher Associates Inc., 1995
67 32 Gulf Coast Camera Store & Photographic Gallery, Inc., 1978-1983
box folder
68 1 H. A. Landry, 1978-1981
68 2 Hackley Art Gallery, 1975-1976
68 3 Hall, Lorna, 1978
68 4 Hallmark Cards, Inc., 1987
68 5-6 Halsted Gallery (Birmingham, Mich.), 1972-1983
68 5 1972-77
68 6 1978-1983
68 7 Hammarskiöld, Caroline, 1977
Regarding the only known existing original of Edwards Steichen's Rodin - Le Penseur.
68 8 Hammond Castle Museum, 1982
68 9 Handelsblatt GmbH, Verlag für Wirtschaftsinformation, 1982
68 10 Hans Bollinger Bücher + Graphik, 1975-1977
68 11 Harcus Krakow Gallery, 1977-1983
68 12 Harlan Gallery, 1971-1977
68 13 Harris, Leslie, 1979-1980
68 14 Hartley Gallery, 1981
68 15 Hartman Gallery Inc., 1978-1979
68 16 Haslem Gallery, 1979
68 17 Hastings Galleries Limited, 1979-1980
68 18 Hauswedell & Nolte, 1974-1981
68 19 Heath Gallery (Atlanta), 1974-1979
68 20 Heftler-Louiche, Jean-Marc, 1975-1976
box
68-69 Heiting, Manfred, 1981-1997
68-69 General files, 1981-1997
box folder
68 21 1981-1984
68 22 1987-1991
68 23 1992-1993
68 24 1994
68 25 1995
box folder
69 1 1996-1997
69 2 Century Club book presentation, 1995
69 3 Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art (U. of Kansas), 1974-1981
69 4 Heller, Ben, 1979-1980
69 5-7 Helios, 1976-1980
Scott Elliot is the primary contact. See also: Scott Elliot Gallery and Kelmscott Gallery client files.
69 5-6 General files 1976-1979
69 5 1976-1977
69 6 1978-1979
69 7 Reconciliations, 1977-1980
69 8 Heoney, Allan, 1977
69 9 High Museum of Art, 1971-1985
69 10 Highland Gallery, 1976-1977
69 11 Hill, Ron, 1980-1982
69 12 Hills Gallery, 1961-1981
69 13 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, 1976-1993
box folder
70 1 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1967-1990
70 2 Historic New Orleans Collection, 1980-1991
70 3 Historical Design, 1995
70 4 Holly Solomon Gallery, 1977-1978
70 5 Hom Gallery, 1970-1975
70 6 Homer, William Innes, 1975-1983
70 7 Huntsville Museum of Art, 1979
70 8 Hyperion Press, 1979
70 9 Iannelli, Fons, 1984-1988
70 10 Iida, Yoshikuni, 1972-1975
70 11 Ilse Schweinsteiger (Gallery), 1979
70 12 Images, 1980-1982
70 13 Images Gallery, 1977-1981
70 14 Independent Curators Incorporated, 1975-1981
70 15 Indiana University, Bloomington (Art Museum), 1977-1979
70 16 Institute of Contemporary Art, 1977-1979
70 17 Institute of Museum Services (HEW), 1979-1980
70 18-20 International Center of Photography, 1975-1982
70 18-19 General files, 1980-1982
70 18 1980
70 19 1981-1982
70 20 Cornell Capa, 1975-1979
70 21-23 International Exhibitions Foundation, 1973-1983
70 21 1973-1975
70 22 1976-1979
70 23 1980-1983
box folder
71 1 International Museum of Photography and Film, 1977-1978
Yong-Hee Last is the primary contact.
71 2 International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, 1975-1991
71 3 Intuitiveye Gallery, 1975
71 4 Iran, Special Bureau of Her Imperial Majesty, the Shahbanou of Iran, 1975-1978
71 5 Irene Drori Graphics, 1977-1979
71 6 ISD, Incorporated, 1971-1978
71 7 Istituto italiano di cultura (Kyoto, Japan), 1981
71 8 Ives-Sillman Inc., 1971-1974
71 9 J. Hunt Galleries, 1979-1980
71 10 J. B. Speed Art Museum, 1981
71 11 J. Paul Getty Museum, 1984-1993, undated
71 12 Jack Glenn Gallery, 1974-1977
Later became Glenn Smith Gallery.
71 13 Jacks, Graham, 1973
71 14 Jacobs, Constance, 1973-1974
71 15 James Corcoran Gallery, 1975-1979
71 16 James Danziger Gallery, 1995, undated
71 17 James Willis Gallery, 1976-1983
71 18 Jammes, André, 1976-1983
71 19 Jan Kesner Gallery, 1993
71 20 Jane Corkin Gallery, 1978-1985
71 21 Jane Haslem Gallery, 1970-1977
Includes Art Dealers Association of Washington start-up minutes.
71 22 Janet Fleisher Gallery, 1974-1978
71 23 Janet Lehr, Inc., 1974-1981
71 24 Janss, Edwin, 1975-1976
box folder
72 1 Japan, undated
Contains information on art contacts in Japan.
72 2 Japan Today, 1978-1979
72 3 Jeb Gallery Inc., 1979-1982
72 4 Jeremy Cooper Ltd., 1980
72 5 Jill Rose Associates, 1977-1979
72 6 John Berggreun Gallery, 1971-1978
72 7 John Howell Books, 1973-1976
72 8 John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 1982-1983
72 9 John Montgomery Interior Design, 1979
Ronald J. Salesky is the primary contact.
72 10 Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc., 1975-1979
72 11 Kagami, Kenzo, 1972-1973
72 12 Kahmen, Dr. Volker, 1975
72 13 Kamp Gallery, 1980
72 14 Kasmin Gallery, 1975-1979
72 15-16 Kathleen Ewing Gallery, 1977-1995
72 15 General file, 1977-1982
72 16 Past is Present exhibition, 1995
72 17 Katz, Paul, 1978-1982
72 18 Kaufmann, Edward, 1977-1978
72 19 Keefe, Katherine, 1979
72 20 Keim, Sharon, undated
box
72-73 Kelmscott Gallery, 1980-1995
Scott Elliot is the primary contact. See also: Helios and Scott Elliot Gallery.
box folder
72 21-23 General files, 1980-1995
Contains general correspondence and consignment lists, correspondence and programs from 1982 Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition at Lunn Gallery, and correspondence pertaining to the Wright brass lamp and collotypes.
72 21 1980-1982
72 22 1983-1991
72 23 1992-1994
box folder
73 1 Frank Lloyd Wright windows, 1980-1983
Windows from the Walser (Chicago) and Willits (Highland Park, IL) houses. Includes installation shots of Wright windows.
73 2 Civil action brought by Lunn, 1994-1995
Preliminary correspondence pertaining to the civil action.
73 3 Keystone Gallery Inc., 1980-1983
73 4 Kirschen, Ivo, 1977
Contact at Merrill Chase.
73 5 Kiva Gallery, 1978-1982
73 6 Klein, Lawrence R., 1981
73 7 Kolker, Kenneth, 1975
73 8 Koopman, Richard, 1977-1980
73 9 Kornfeld, E. W., 1976
73 10 Kunsthaus Zürich, 1977-1981
73 11 Kunstverein in Hamburg, 1980
73 12 Kuribayashi, Shingo, 1996
73 13 Kuwait Ministry of Public Health, 1977-1978
73 14 Lagnado, Isaac, 1981
73 15 Lambert, Phyllis, 1975-1984
73 16 Landau/Alexander, 1979
Mitzi Landau is the primary contact.
73 17 Landfall Press, 1973-1978
73 18 Langman Gallery, 1976
73 19 Lauder, Leonard, 1976-1977
73 20 Lee Miller Archives, 1996
73 21 Leiserowitz Gallery, 1977-1982
73 22 Leo Castelli Gallery, 1975
73 23 Lerner, Dr. Samuel, 1980
73 24 Lescaze, Lee, 1977-1980
73 25 Lévy, Gérard, 1980-1981
73 26 Levy, Julien, 1977-1997
73 27 Lewis, Clarence McKenzie, Jr., 1975-1978
73 28 Lewis, Jo Ann, 1980
box folder
74 1 Librairie Droz, 1981
74 2 Library of Congress, 1974-1978
74 3-5 Light Gallery, 1973-1984
74 3 1973-1975
74 4 1976-1980
74 5 1981-1984
74 6 Linehan, John, 1980
74 7 Linta Topia Ltd., 1995-1997
Shingo Kuribayashi is primary contact [?].
74 8 Lodi, Paul, 1981
74 9 London Arts Group, 1980
74 10 Long Beach Museum of Art, 1978
74 11 Lopez de Carvallo, Florence, 1977
74 12 Louisiana Museum (Humlebæk, Denmark), 1979
74 13 Louisiana State Museum, 1981
74 14 Lowinsky and Arai, 1980-1995
74 15 Lubitz, Harvey, 1973-1977
74 16 Lucien Goldschmidt, Inc., 1971-1980
74 17 Lumley Cazalet, Ltd., 1973-1975
74 18 Lunn, Harry H. Sr. and Flora S., 1977
74 19 M. Knoedler & Co., 1973-1981
74 20 McCloud, Susan, 1972-1973
74 21 McFarland, Craig T., 1975-1977
74 22 MacGill, Peter, 1981-1983
74 23 McGraw, Richard F., 1978
74 24 McIntyre, David L., 1975-1977
74 25 McNeese State University, 1989
74 26 Mack, Ezra, 1989-1990
74 27 Madison Art Center, 1974-1975
74 28 Magic Image, 1980
74 29 Malburet, Martin, 1973-1975
74 30 Mandeville Art Gallery (UC San Diego), 1977-1979
74 31 Marcuse Pfeifer Gallery, 1977-1979
74 32 Margo Leavin Gallery, 1972-1974
74 33 Marino, Peter, 1994-1996
74 34 Maritch Haviland, Nicole, 1975-1981
74 35 Market Five Gallery/Kuumba Learning Center, 1980
box folder
75 1-7 Marlborough Gallery (London), 1974-1998
75 1-3 General files, 1974-1998
75 1 1974-1976
75 2 1977-1979
75 3 1980-1998
75 4 Reports of sales, 1976-1983
75 5 Atget project, 1975-1983
75 6-7 Brassaï project, 1975-1983
75 6 General file, 1975-1983
75 7 Photocopies of photographs, 1979
75 8 Marlborough Graphics Ltd., undated
75 9 Martha Jackson Gallery, 1976
75 10 Martin, Sidney, 1975
75 11 Martin Gallery, 1986
75 12 Martin Gordon Gallery, 1969-1977
75 13 Martin Gordon Inc., 1976-1977, undated
box folder
76 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976-1982
76 2 Mauritz Gallery, 1968
76 3 Mayer and Mayer, 1988-1989
76 4 Mayers, Daniel K., 1978-1983
Contact at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering.
76 5 Maryland State Arts Council, 1979
76 6 Melcher, James L., 1977-1980
76 7 Melikian, Souren, 1995-1997
76 8 Mellor, D. W. (Douglas Wharton), 1980-1982
76 9 Memorabilia Ltd., 1978-1979
76 10 Menil Collection, 1976-1991
76 11 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972-1997
76 12 Meyrowitz, Alan L., 1978
76 13 Michael Hoppen Photography, 1997
76 14 Mickelson Gallery, 1965-1967
Includes Lars Bo materials.
76 15 Middendorf/Lane Gallery, 1973-1982
76 16 Millard, Charles W., 1983
76 17 Miller, Laurence, 1981-1994
76 18 Miller, Marc W., 1986
76 19 Milwaukee Art Museum, 1981
76 20 Minami Gallery (Tokyo), 1973
76 21 Minichiello, J. Kent, 1980-1983
76 22 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1972-1981
76 23 Mira Godard Gallery (Toronto), 1975-1978
76 24 Monsen, Dr. Joseph, 1978
76 25 Montana State University, Bozeman, 1977
76 26 Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, 1980
76 27 Morgan, Barbara, 1976
76 28 Moskovskiì dom fotografii, 1967-1997
76 29 Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, 1979-1980
76 30 Müller, Margrit, 1973-1975
76 31 Multiples/Goodman Gallery, 1974-1977
76 32 Musée de l'armée (Paris), 1976-1997
76 33 Musée du Louvre, 1979
76 34 Musée d'Orsay, 1981-1997
76 35 Musée national d'art moderne, 1979-1989
box folder
77 1 Museum of Fine Arts (Museum of New Mexico), 1977
77 2 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1971-1981
77 3 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1976-1989
77 4-5 Museum of Modern Art (New York), 1973-1992
77 4 General file, 1973-1992
77 5 Peter Galassi correspondence, 1975-1988
77 6 N. W. Lott & H. J. Gerrish Ltd., 1973-1979
77 7-10 Nantenshi Garō, 1971-1986
77 7 1971-1974
77 8 1975
77 9 1976-1979
77 10 1980-1986
77 11 Nash, Graham, 1976-1977
77 12 Nassau County Museum of Fine Art (N.Y.), 1981
Donald Mistretta, Sea Cliff Photography Co.
77 13 Nathan, Richard, 1978
77 14 Nathanson, Richard, 1977-1980
77 15 National Art Gallery (New Zealand), 1981-1983
77 16 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), 1977-1979
77 17 National Fine Arts Associates, Inc., 1981
77 18-20 National Gallery of Art (U.S.), 1971-1992
77 18-19 General files, 1971-1992
77 18 1971-1976
77 19 1978-1992
box folder
78 20 Walker Evans, 1989-1991
78 1-5 National Gallery of Canada, 1975-1988
78 1-3 General files, 1975-1988
78 1 1975-1977
78 2 1978-1979
78 3 1980-1988
78 4 IRS, 1979-1982
78 5 Schwarz Collection, 1980
78 6 National Gallery of Victoria, 1978-1981
78 7 National Museum of American Art, 1973-1976
Formerly the National Collection of Fine Arts.
78 8 National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1982
78 9 National Park Foundation, 1975-1982
78 10 National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain), 1975-1982
78 11 National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution), 1974-1992
78 12 Natof, Stuart and Nora, 1982-1983
78 13 Neuberger Museum (SUNY Purchase), 1981-1982
78 14 Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (Berlin), 1980
78 15 Neue Sammlung, Staatliches Museum für Angewandte Kunst, 1983
box folder
79 1 New Gallery of Contemporary Art, 1978-1983
79 2-3 New Jersey State Museum, 1976-1983
79 2 General file, 1977-1983
79 3 Stieglitz and the Photo-Seccession: Pictorialism to Modernism, 1902-1917, 1976-1978
Helen Gee exhibition.
79 4-5 New Orleans Museum of Art, 1973-1988
79 4 1973-1977
79 5 1978-1988
79 6 New York Graphic Society, 1977-1979
79 7 New York Public Library, 1989-1997
79 8-15 Newhall, Beaumont, 1972-1993
79 8 General file, 1975-1985
79 9 Beaumont Newhall Collection appraisal, 1975
79 10 George Timmins Collection, 1978
79 11 Weston Collection, 1976-1977
79 12 Literary representation by HLL, 1972-1993
79 13 Writings sent to HLL, 1978-1982
79 14 Newsweek, Inc., 1982
79 15 Nicholls Gallery (New York), 1975-1976
79 16 Nihonbashi Gallery, 1966-1967
79 17 Nineteenth Century magazine, 1977
79 18 Nishimura Garō, 1981
79 19 North Carolina, Department of Cultural Resources, 1975-1976
79 20 Northern Virginia Community College (Alexandria campus), 1981
box folder
80 1 Oakland Museum, 1981-1982
80 2 O'Hara, Ruth, 1971-1979
80 3 Ohio Foundation on the Arts, 1981
Regarding the Berenice Abbott traveling exhibition.
80 4 Old Japan, 1982
80 5 Olin Gallery, (Whitman College), 1977
80 6 O'Neil, Hank, 1982-1983
80 7 Osuna Gallery, 1980-1982
80 8 Ovendon, Graham, 1973-1980
80 9 Ozawa, Takesi, 1982
80 10-11 P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., 1974-1981
80 10 1974-1976
80 11 1977-1981
80 12 PPS. Galerie F. C. Gundlach, 1980-1982
80 13 Pace Editions, 1979-1981
80 14 Pace/MacGill, 1984-1994
80 15 PaceWildensteinMacGill, 1996
80 16 Panache West, 1979-1980
80 17 Paper and Photographic Conservators and Restorers, 1989-1990
80 18 Parisol Press, Ltd., 1972-1978
80 19 Paris, Direction des affaires culturelles, 1986
80 20 Patino/Wolf Associates, Inc., 1980
80 21 Paul Galleries, Inc., 1973
80 22 Paul Kopeikin Gallery, 1996
80 23 Paul M. Hertzmann, Inc., 1980
80 24 Pearson, Laura, 1981
80 25 Penelope A. Dixon and Associates, Inc., 1992
80 26 Penn, Arthur S., 1979-1983
80 27 Peter H. Deitsch Fine Arts, Inc., 1969-1972
80 28 Peter M. David Gallery, 1974-1978
box folder
81 1 Petersburg Press (London and New York), 1974-1978
81 2 Petersen, R. P., 1975-1980
Regarding the Steichen collection.
81 3 Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1969-1981
81 4 Philip H. & A. S. W. Rosenbach Foundation, 1979-1980
81 5 Phillips, Laughlin, undated
81 6 Phillips Collection, 1976-1977
81 7 Phoenix Art Museum, 1971-1981
81 8 Phoenix Gallery, (San Francisco), 1975-1977
Simon Lowinsky is the primary contact.
81 9 Photo magazine, 1977-1996
Jean-Jacques Naudet is the primary contact.
81 10 Photo Album Gallery, Los Angeles, 1975-1978
Stephen White is the primary contact. See also: Stephen White Gallery client file.
81 11 Photo House Gallery, 1973
81 12 Photofind Gallery, 1982
81 13 Photograph, 1980
81 14 Photographers and Friends United Against Aids, 1989-1990
81 15 Photographers' Gallery (Sanibel Island), 1976-1981
81 16 Photographic Collections, Ltd., 1976
81 17 Photographic Eye, Inc., 1976
81 18 Photographic Heritage Library, 1976
81 19 Photography Gallery (La Jolla), 1979-1983
Holly Howell is the primary contact.
81 20 Photography Place, 1976-1979
81 21 Photography Southwest Gallery, 1979-1982
81 22 Photography West Gallery, 1981
81 23 Photopia, 1976-1978
81 24 Plymouth House Galleries, 1971-1981
box folder
82 1 Pollock, Warren L., 1974
82 2 Pollock Gallery, Ltd., 1973-1975
82 3 Popular Photography magazine, 1973-1977
82 4 Portfolio, 1982-1983
82 5 Portland Museum of Art (Maine), 1977
82 6 Portsmouth Museum (Virginia), 1977
82 7 Powell, Jerome, 1981
82 8-9 Preus Fotomuseum, 1974-1982, undated
82 8 General file, 1974-1982
82 9 Photographs, undated
82 10 Princeton University Art Museum, 1975-1983
82 11 Print Club (Philadelphia), 1973-1978
82 12 Prints on Prince Street, 1972-1976
82 13 Protetch-McIntosh Gallery, 1980
82 14 Provinciaal Museum voor Moderne Kunst (Ostend), 1996
82 15 Pyramid Arts, Ltd., 1975
82 16 Quasha, Jill, 1980-1981
Includes her thesis "The Emergence of Photography as a Business: An Important 'New' Collectible," written for her NYU Graduate School of Business degree.
82 17 R. N. B. Leasing Coporation, 1976-1978
Ackerman is the primary contact.
82 18 R. R. Bowker Company, 1974
82 19 Raimo, Antonio, 1980-1981
82 20 Ramer, Barry S., 1978-1980
82 21 La remise du parc, 1976-1980
82 22 Réunion des musées nationaux, 1984-1989
82 23 Reynolds, Dr. Neil, 1976-1977
82 24 Rheinisches Landmuseum, 1980-1981
82 25 Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 1996
82 26 Richard's Shops Inc., 1982-1983
Richard Altman is the primary contact.
82 27 Rigal, J. J. J., 1963-1967
82 28 Rijksmuseum, 1994-1995
82 29 Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden, 1978-1979
Dealings with the museum's Prentenkabinet.
82 30-32 Rinhart Galleries, Inc., 1976-1980
82 30 Correspondence, 1984-1988
82 31 Phillipe Halsman Collection, 1976-1980
82 32 Webb Collection, 1976
82 33-34 Robert Freidus Gallery, 1980-1995
82 33 General file, 1980-1995
82 34 Robert Frank, The Americans, 1980-1982
82 35 Robert Herschkowitz, Ltd., 1977-1978
82 36 Robert Hull Fleming Museum (University of Vermont), 1975-1978
82 37 Robert Klein Gallery, Ltd., 1982-1995
82 38 Robert Koch Gallery, 1979-1985
box folder
83 1-4 Robert Miller Gallery, 1978-1997
83 1 1978-1980
83 2 1981-1989
83 3 1990-1994
83 4 1995-1997
83 5 Robert Samuel Gallery, 1981-1982
83 6 Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, 1971-1978
83 7 Robert Self Gallery, 1978-1982
83 8 Robinson, David, 1997, undated
83 9 Ronnie R. Brenner Gallery, 1974
83 10 Ronny van de Velde (Antwerp), 1998
83 11 Rosa Esman Gallery, undated
83 12 Rosenthal, Marcia, 1981
83 13 Ross, Julian, 1976
83 14 Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, 1976-1980
Valerie Lloyd is the primary contact.
83 15 Ruder and Finn, 1976
Regarding the print portfolio America: The Third Century.
83 16 Rudolph E. Lee Gallery, (Clemson University), 1979
83 17-19 Rudolf Kicken Galerie, 1975-1997
83 17 1975-1978
83 18 1979-1980
83 19 1981-1997
box folder
84 1 Sachs, Michael Solomon, 1996
84 2 St. Louis Art Museum, 1976-1979
84 3 Sally Knudsen Fine Arts, 1979
84 4 San Diego State University, 1979
84 5 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1976-1998
84 6 Sander Gallery, 1976-1986
84 7 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1975-1979
84 8 Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery (University of Houston), 1976
84 9 Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation (N.Y.), 1979-1982
84 10 Saylor, David, 1966-1967
Also see: General Mills client file.
84 11 Scheinbaum & Russek, 1980-1983
84 12 Schneier, Donna, 1976-1979
84 13 Schwartz, Eugene M. and Barbara, 1976-1980
Includes a photocopy of Eugene Schwartz's essay "Confessions of a Poor Collector."
84 14 Schwartz, Jay, 1978-1981
84 15 Schwartz, Leonard, 1977
84 16 Schwarz, Arturo, 1977-1979
84 17 Scotese, Peter G., 1979-1983
84 18 Scott Elliot Gallery, 1973-1975
See also: Helios and Kelmscott Gallery client files.
84 19 Seattle Art Museum, 1976-1977
84 20 Sebastian-Moore Gallery, 1977-1978
84 21-22 Seibu, 1982-1983, undated
84 21 General file, 1982-1983
84 22 Consignment list, 1983, undated
84 23 Sepia International Inc. and the Alkazi Collection of Photography, 1996-1997
84 24 Severtson and Associates Ltd., 1980
84 25 Shaindy Fenton, Inc., 1979
84 26 Shapazian, Robert, 1977-1995
84 27 Shaw-Rimmington Gallery, 1979
84 28 Showtime Entertainment, undated
box folder
85 1 Sidney Janis Gallery, 1979-1980
85 2 Sidwell Friends School, 1976-1979
85 3 S'il Vous Plait Communications, undated
85 4 Silver Image Gallery, 1973-1983
85 5-7 Simon Lowinsky Gallery, 1975-1995
85 5-6 General files, 1975-1995
85 5 1975-1978
85 6 1979-1995
85 7 Exchanges, 1980-1981
85 8 Skira, 1971-1981
85 9 Smith, W. Eugene, 1976-1981
85 10 Smithsonian Institution, 1976-1981
85 11 Soker-Kaseman Gallery, 1975-1979
85 12 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1995
Regarding a loan of Joel-Peter Witkin photographs to the museum.
85 13 Sources, 1966-1967
85 14 South Street Seaport Museum, 1979
85 15 Southworth and Hawes, 1978
85 16 Spectrum Gallery, Inc., 1975-1977
85 17 Spiegal, Jerry, 1982
box folder
86 1 Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 1996
Dealings with the museum's Graphische Sammlung.
86 2 Stadia Graphics Gallery, 1974-1983
Stanislaus de Hautecloque is the primary contact.
86 3 Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus München, 1990
86 4 Stanford University Museum of Art, 1977-1979
86 5 Status Gallery, 1981
86 5a Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1977-1980
86 6 Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, 1977-1978
86 7 Steele, Jonathan, 1981-1982
86 8 Stefan Lennert Gallery, 1974-1982
86 9 Stein, Howard, 1992-1996
86 10 Stephen White Gallery, 1980-1982
See also: Photo Album Gallery client file.
86 11 Stephen Wirtz Gallery, 1976-1979
86 12 Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 1981-1982
86 13 Stern, Samuel A., 1969-1981
86 14 Steven Katzman Gallery, Inc., 1977-1983
Formerly Image of Sarasota.
86 15 Steven Rosendahl Gallery, 1978-1979
86 16 Stevenson, Mrs. Adlai, 1974
Letitia Green Stevenson.
86 17 Stills Gallery, 1980-1981
86 18 Strathcona Publishing Co., 1981
86 19 Strauss, Joyce, 1978-1980
86 20 Strauss, Susan, 1978-1979
86 21 Stuttman, Esther, 1971-1975
86 22 Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, 1974
box folder
87 1 Sunday Times (London), 1977-1978
87 2 Susan Spiritus Gallery, 1975-1984
87 3 Susanne Hillberry Gallery Inc., 1978-1980
87 4 Suzy R. Locke and Associates, 1977
87 5 Swift, Mary and Byron, 1978-1982
87 6 Synergism Gallery, 1980-1983
87 7 Szoke, John, 1976
87 8 Takeuchi, Hiroyuki, 1973
87 9 Talking of Michelangelo, 1971-1974
87 10 Tartt, Jo C. /T artt Gallery, 1977-1985
87 11 Tennessee Botanical Gardens and Fine Arts Center, 1980
87 12 Terry Dintenfass, Inc., 1982
87 13 Thackery & Robertson, 1974-1976
87 14 Thames Television PLC, 1988
87 15 Thibaut-Pomeranz, Carolle, 1977
87 16 Thomas Smith Fine Art, 1977
87 17 Tighe, Mary Ann, 1977-1981
Regarding Joan Mondale.
87 18 Tilorier & Beaussant, 1989
87 19 Time Co. Ltd., 1995
87 20 Time-Life Books, 1975-1980
87 21 Tōkyo Kōgyō Daigaku, 1973-1982
87 22 Turnage, William A., 1978-1982
87 23 Twin Palms Publishers, 1993-1995
87 24 Tyler Graphics Ltd., 1976-1980
87 25 Tyler Museum of Art, 1978-1979
box folder
88 1 United States Embassy, Denmark, 1977-1980
88 2 United States Information Agency (USIA), Exhibits Division, 1972-1976
88 3 Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, 1980-1982
88 4 University of Arizona, Center for Creative Photography, 1975-1997
88 5 University of California, Riverside (Library), 1975
88 6 University of Maine at Portland-Gorham, 1976
88 7 University of Maryland at Baltimore, 1970-1973
88 8 University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1977-1997
88 9 University of Missouri, St. Louis (Gallery 210), 1975-1979
88 10 University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1973-1980
88 11 University of Notre Dame Art Gallery, 1975-1976
88 12 University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, 1976
88 13 University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art, 1981-1982
88 14 University of Southampton Photographic Gallery, 1975
88 15 University of Wyoming Art Museum, 1995
88 16 Upstairs Gallery, 1973-1977
88 17 Valén, Carl-Axel, 1974-1977
88 18 Vallarino, Vincent, 1980
88 19 Vanden Heuvel, Jean, 1974-1979
88 20 Vassar College Art Gallery, 1977
88 21 Vernon Associates, 1978-1979
88 22 Vesti Corporation, 1981
88 23 Victor Hasselblad AB, 1981-1982
88 24 Victoria and Albert Museum, 1977-1989
88 25 Vinci 1840, 1977-1980
88 26 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1975-1989
88 27 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978
I Shall Save One Land Unvisited exhibition [?].
88 28 Visual Studies Workshop, 1975-1979
88 29 Von Witzleben, Sigrid, 1977
box folder
89 1 Wach Gallery, 1980-1997
89 2 Wada & Associates, 1994-1996
89 3 Waddington Graphics, 1977-1980
89 4 Waddell, John, 1977-1980
89 5 Wagstaff, Sam, 1973-1981
89 6 Walker Art Center, 1980-1987
89 7 Walt Disney Productions, 1981
89 8 Walter, Paul, 1977-1978
89 9 Wang, Peter H., 1977
89 10 Washington Post, 1971-1978
89 11 Watelin, Guy, 1992-1995
89 12 Weber, David, 1979-1980
89 13 Weiermair, Peter, 1978-1980
Allerheiligenpresse; Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum.
89 14 Wellesley College Museum, 1972-1978
89 15 Wenniger Graphics, 1971-1976
89 16 Western Carolina University, 1972-1976
89 17 Weston Gallery, 1976-1997
89 18 White, Roger, 1979-1980
89 19 Whitney Museum of American Art, 1972-1988
89 20 Wilcox, Marion, 1996
89 21 William M. Lyons Gallery, undated
89 22 William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, 1974
89 23 Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, 1971-1983
See also: Mayers, Daniel K client file.
89 24 Wilson, Michael, 1995
89 25 Witkin Gallery, 1972-1977
89 26 Witkin-Berley, Ltd., 1974-1977
89 27 Wittenborn and Company, 1969-1979
box folder
90 1 WNET (New York, N.Y.), 1980
90 2 Wolf, Burton Richard, 1976-1979
90 3 Wolfgang Wittrock Kunsthandel, 1973-1977
90 4 Women's National Democratic Club, 1979
90 5 Wood, Christopher, 1976-1977
90 6 Worcester Art Museum, 1977
90 7-10 Worswick, Clark, 1976-1996
90 7 General file, 1976-1996
Includes correspondence with Robert Kirschenbaum.
90 8 China collection, 1978-1996
90 9 The Japan Project: The Far East magazine, 1976-1991
90 10 Walker Evans archive, 1989-1994
90 11 Württembergischer Kunstverein, 1979-1980
90 12 Yajima Galerie, 1978
90 13-14 Yale University Art Gallery, 1971-1981
90 13 General file, 1971-1981
90 14 Walker Evans and Robert Frank: An Essay on Influence exhibition, 1980-1981
90 15 Yancey Richardson Gallery, 1995-1996
90 16 Yarlow/Salzman Gallery, 1976-1981
Formerly Loretta Yarlow Fine Arts.
90 17 Yee, Richard, 1979-1980
90 18 Yellowstone Art Center, 1977
90 19 Yeun Lui Gallery, 1978-1979
90 20 Yōseidō Garō, 1966-1967
90 21 Yosemite Natural History Association, 1976-1978
90 22 Young Hoffman Gallery, 1980
90 23 Zabriskie Gallery, 1976-1983
90 24 Zeit-Foto Salon, 1980-1982
90 25 Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1974-1978
90 25 Zenith Gallery, 1980-1982
90 26 Zito, Tom, 1980-1983
90 27 Związek Polskich Artystów Fotografików, 1974
Union of Polish Art Photographers
box folder
91 1 Clients, miscellaneous, 1990s
box
91-95 Client correspondence, 1965-1998, undated
Includes correspondence with photography clients in Japan, and with graphics, photography, and miscellaneous clients, mostly involving a single transaction or question and thus not warranting an individual file. Includes requests for information about photographs in Lunn's inventory, and regarding ownership and acquisition, as well as requests from artists seeking representation.
box folder
91 2 Japan clients, 1973-1982, undated
91 3-7 Graphics clients, 1965-1980
91 3 A-D, 1965-1980
91 4 E-J, 1966-1979
91 5 K-R, 1966-1980
91 6 S-Z, 1966-1980
91 7 Unidentified, 1966-1967
box
91-92 Photography correspondence, 1975-1998, undated
box folder
91 8 1975
91 9 1976
box
91-92 1977
box folder
91 10 A-D
91 11 E-L
box folder
92 1 M-Z
1978
box folder
92 2 A-J
92 3 K-Z
92 4-5 1979
92 4 A-K
92 5 L-Z
92 6 1980-1988
92 7 1992
92 8 1995
92 9 1997
92 10 1998
92 11 undated
box
93-95 Client card files, 1970-1980
Three boxes of alphabetically arranged cards containing client information.
box
96-98 Appraisals, consignments, and exhibition loans, 1973-1992
Includes consignment agreements, consignment lists, consignor's settlement statement, and correspondence.
box folder
96 1 Appraisal criteria from The Collector Investor, November 1981
96 2-5 Crane Collection, 1978-1979
Evaluation and inventory.
96 2 Preliminary draft, 1978
96 3 Third preliminary draft, 1978
96 4 Volume III, 1978
96 5 Final appraisal, 1978-1979
box folder
97 1-7 Appraisals for private parties and galleries, 1973-1983
97 1 1973-1977
97 2 1978
97 3 1979
97 4 1980
97 5 1981
97 6 1982
97 7 1983
box folder
98 1-9 Consignments, 1975-1984
98 1-6 Consignments out, 1975-1983
Comprises the accountants' verification of inventory for stock owned by Graphics International, but held by other businesses or individuals at the time the inventory was made.
As of June 30, 1975-1978
box folder
98 1 1975
98 2 1976
98 3 1977
98 4 1978
1980-1983
box folder
98 5 A-K
98 6 L-Z
98 7 1984-1996
98 8-9 Consignments in, 1975-1983
Comprises the accountants' verification of inventory for stock owned by others that was held by Graphics International at the time the inventory was made.
98 8 1975
As of June 30.
98 9 1976-1983
98 10 Loans of artwork, 1991-1992
Series III. Auctions and art fairs, 1974-1998, undated 3 Linear Feet (7 boxes)
The series is concerned with business transactions, both buying and selling, that took place through auction houses or at the national and international art fairs at which Lunn exhibited or had a booth, often on a yearly basis.
Arrangement
The series is arranged alphabetically by auction house or art show.
box
99-100 Auction houses, 1974-1998
Contains material on dealings with auction houses for purchases for inventory and for clients. Includes auction notices and results, consignment agreements and consignment lists, consignor's settlement statements, and correspondence.
box folder
99 1-2 Beaussant Lefèvre, 1976-1991
99 1 1976-1977
99 2 1991 May 30
Includes an annotated catalog, correspondence with bidders, and other materials.
99 3 Butterfield and Butterfield, 1982-1983
99 4-8 Christie, Manson & Woods International, 1977-1998
Christies East/Christie's New York.
99 4 1977-1980
99 5 1981-1982
99 6 1983-1985
99 7 1994-1996
99 8 1997-1998
99 9 Christie's South Kensington, Ltd., 1976-1982
box folder
100 1 Dorotheum, 1998
100 2 Phillips Son & Neale, London, 1979
100 3 Phillips Son & Neale, New York, 1977-1982
Includes correspondence with Penelope Dixon when she was employed by Lunn, and with Phillips Ward-Price Ltd., Toronto, Canada.
100 4-10 Sotheby's, 1974-1997
100 4-5 Belgravia, 1975-1983
100 4 1975
100 5 1976-1983
100 6 Los Angeles, 1978-1982
100 7-10 New York, 1974-1997
100 7 1974-1976
100 8 1977-1979
100 9 1980
100 10 1981-1997
100 11 Swann Galleries, 1982-1997
Includes annotated auction catalogs.
box
101-106 Art fairs, 1974-1998, undated
Includes lists of photographs, exposition and catalogue information, promotional brochures for the fairs, equipment rental forms, notes about items exhibited, items dealing with booth set-up (layouts, application forms, and other materials), general correspondence, addresses, shipping lists, press clippings, and photographs of items on display.
box
101-102 The Art Show, 1982-1998
box folder
101 1 1982
101 2 6th annual exhibition, 1994
101 3 Notes, 1994
101 4 7th annual exhibition, 1995
101 5 8th annual exhibition, 1996
101 6 9th annual exhibition, 1997
101 7 Notes, 1997
box folder
102 1 Modernism, 1997
102 2 10th annual exhibition, 1998
102 3 Armory Show, 1999
102 4-7 Arte Fiera, 1976-1978, undated
102 4 2nd annual exhibition, 1976
102 5 3rd annual exhibition, 1977
102 6 4th annual exhibition, 1978
102 7 undated
box
102-103 Association of International Photography Dealers (AIPAD), 1979-1998
box folder
102 8-9 Proceedings and documentation, 1979-1983
Includes AIPAD correspondence, board meetings, by-laws, and other materials.
102 8 1979-1981
102 9 1982-1983
Yearly fairs, 1980-1987
box folder
102 10 1980 October
102 11 1981 November
box folder
103 1 1982 February
103 2 1982 November
103 3 1983 November
103 4 1984 November
103 5 1990
103 6 1991 February
103 7 1992
103 8 1993
103 9 1994
103 10 1995
103 11 1996
103 12 1997
103 13 Mailing list, 1997
103 14 Photography fund in memory of H.L. Lunn, 1998 February
Letter send to AIPAD members regarding the establishment of a fund at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to purchase photographs in the memory of Lunn.
box folder
104 1-4 Chicago International Art Exposition, 1980-1991
104 1 1980
104 2 2nd exposition, 1981
104 3 8th exposition, 1987
104 4 1990-1992
104 5-6 College Art Association of America (CAA) annual conference, 1975-1979
104 5 1975
104 6 1979
104 7 Documenta 6, 1977
104 8 European Fine Art Fair, 1998
104 9-13 Foire des antiquaires de Belgique, 1997-1998
104 9-11 42nd annual exhibition, 1997
104 9 Correspondence
104 10 Clippings
104 11 Transparencies
104 12-13 43rd annual exhibition, 1998
104 12 Correspondence
104 13 Notebook
box
104-105 Foire internationale d'art contemporain, 1976-1988, undated
box folder
104 14 1976
1982
box folder
104 15 File
104 16 Notebook
box folder
105 1 1983
105 2 1985
105 3 1986
105 4 1987
105 5 1988
105 6 undated
105 7 Gramercy International Art Fair, 4th annual exhibition, 1997
105 8 International Art Fair [Basel Art Fair], 1975-1978
Includes Art 7 '76; Art 8 '77; Art 9 '78.
105 9-11 International Photo-and Cine Exhibition, Cologne, Germany, 1975-1986
105 9 1975
105 10 1982
105 11 1986
105 12 Internationaler Markt für aktuelle Kunst, 1974
Fourth fair, held in Düsseldorf, Germany.
box
105-106 Messe Basel, 1978-1998
box folder
105 13 Art 9, 1978
105 14 Art 10, 1979
105 15-16 Art 20, 1989
105 15 File
105 16 Notebook 1997
105 17 Art 26, 1995
box folder
106 1 Art 27, 1996
Art 28, 1997
box folder
106 2 File
106 3 Notebook
106 4 Art 29, 1998
106 5 Paris Photo Fair, 1997
106 6 Photo L.A., 1993
2nd fair, held in Los Angeles.
106 7-10 Washington International Art Fair, 1977-1980, undated
106 7 1977
106 8 1978
106 9 1980
106 10 undated
106 11 Photography Exhibitions, 1997 July
Includes announcement, for Paris exhibitions and materials regarding Rencontres Internationales de la photographie.
106 12-13 Unidentified art fairs, undated
Includes installation shots.
Series IV. Business files, 1965-1998 8 Linear Feet (20 boxes)
The series encompasses the history of the firm as it becomes a corporation, raises capital through stock offerings, and ultimately repurchases the shares and operates with Lunn as the sole stockholder. Included are corporate records, financial statements and tax returns, inventory lists, financial statement working papers, bank records, and a large volume of receipts for travel, business promotion and other business expenses.
Lunn Gallery was established by Harry H. Lunn and a small group of investors in 1968. In 1970-1971, a new group of investors joined with the existing stockholders to form Graphics International Ltd. as a holding company, with Lunn Gallery continuing to be the operating entity. This provided capital for building inventory. Bank financing also provided funds for operations and expansion. All of these developments are documented here.
By August 1982, financial conditions had changed such that Lunn was able to buy out the stockholders, principally with inventory, and become the sole stockholder of the firm, now called Lunn Ltd. Material regarding the civil suit that Clive Gray, one of the largest stockholders, instituted against the company in 1995-1996 is contained in this series.
In July 1983, Lunn closed the gallery at 406 Seventh Street in Washington D. C. and began operating as a private dealer. From then until his death Lunn ran the company by himself, assisted at times by Michael Howells, Wouter Deyrutter, his grown children, and others. Their expenses, as well as business expenses including travel and promotional expenses, are included among the receipts in the series.
Lunn also participated in a few joint real estate ventures which are reflected in this series. In the early 1980s he formed a partnership in which he held a one-third interest to develop six new galleries at 406 Seventh Street, N. W. in Washington, D. C. He also acted as agent for the 1200 East Capitol Company, a condominium project, from 1983 to 1988.
Arrangement
The material in this series is arranged thematically, roughly following the history of Graphics International Ltd. and Lunn Ltd.
box
107-109 Corporate records, 1968-1996
These files contain materials that document the company history and include communications with stockholders, proposals to attract capital, and the civil action against Lunn brought by shareholder Clive Gray.
box folder
107 1 Articles of Incorporation, by-laws, first board meeting, 1968
107 2 Company history, Lunn Ltd., 1991
107 3-9 Memoranda to directors, 1968-1983
Includes reorganizations, stock offerings, and proposals to attract capital.
107 3 1968-1970
107 4 1970-1976
107 5 1977-1978
107 6 1979
107 7 1979
Merger proposal
107 8 1980-1981
107 9 1982-1983
Includes 1983 reorganization
107 10-12 Memoranda to stockholders, 1970-1982
Regarding nomination of directors, discussions of financial data, and stock redemptions.
107 10 1970-1981
Includes 1979 stock repurchase.
107 11 1970-1982
107 12 Stock redemption, 1982
box folder
108 1 Shareholder payments, 1979-1981
108 2-9 Proposals to attract capital, 1969-1982
108 2 Stock offering, draft prospectus, 1970
108 3 Prospectus samples, 1969-1972
108 4 Business description, 1980 August
108 5 Neuberger and Berman proposal, 1980-1981
108 6-7 1980 proposal, 1980-1981
108 6 Notes and valuation of Graphics International, 1980
108 7 Correspondence, 1980-1981
108 8 Share redemption, 1982
108 9 Exchange of inventory for shares redeemed, 1982
108 10 Dun & Bradstreet, 1980
box folder
109 1-3 Civil action brought by stockholder Clive Gray, 1989-1996
109 1 1989-1995
109 2 1994-1995
109 3 1995-1996
box
109-110 Financial statement working papers, 1971-1995
Contains raw data for generating accounting statements and reports.
box folder
109 4 1971-1972
109 5 1982-1983
109 6 1984 June 30
109 7 1985-1986, 1986-1987
109 8 1987-1988
box folder
110 1 1990 June 30
110 2 1991 June 30
110 3 1992 June 30
110 4 1992-1993
110 5 1993 June 30
110 6 1994 June 30
110 7 1993-1994
110 8 1994-1995
box
111-112 Accountants, 1970-1997
Includes accountants' correspondence and notes relating to annual audit as well as inventory, sales lists, and inventory reconciliations. Also included is a small amount of related attorney correspondence.
box folder
111 1-7 Price Waterhouse, 1970-1981
111 1 Correspondence, 1970-1981
111 2 Annual audit, 1977-1978
111 3 Inventory lists, consignment reconciliations, and "arts payable", 1978-1979
Originally housed under Price-Waterhouse heading.
111 4 "Art test," purchase agreements and inventory lists, 1978-1979
111 5 Art purchases, miscellaneous business expenses, and receipts, 1978-1979
Annual audits, 1979-1980
box folder
111 6 1979
111 7 1979-1980
111 8 Kincaid, Coakley, 1982-1997
Contains correspondence and notes.
box
111-112 Harshman, 1978-1988
Contains correspondence and notes.
box folder
111 9 1978 June-December
111 10 1979 January-May
box folder
112 1 1979 June-December
112 2 1980 January-June
112 3 1980-1988
112 4-5 Notes not identified by accountant, 1985-1987
112 4 1985-1986
112 5 1986-1987
112 6 Attorney correspondence, 1975-1981
Consultation on various corporate matters regarding artists' estates, corporate tax returns, and various financial matters.
box
112-113 Graphics International records, 1969-1985
Includes financial statements, corporate tax returns, and resale permits and licenses.
box folder
112 7-9 Bound financial statements, 1970-1984
112 7 1970-1975
112 8 1976-1979
112 9 1980-1984
box folder
113 1 Corporate tax returns, 1980-1985
113 2 Permits and licenses, 1969-1985
Includes resale permit, New York State, business license, and business tax.
box
113-114 Bank credit and investments, 1974-1998
Includes loan papers, correspondence, and sales documents.
box folder
113 3-6 District of Columbia Bank, 1974-1989
113 3 1974-1975
113 4 1976-1977
113 5 1978-1979
113 6 1980-1989
113 7-9 Robert B Lennon/406 Partners, 1978-1988
113 7 1978-1985
113 8 Articles and correspondence, 1980-1988
113 9 Statements, 1981-1982
113 10 Rental House, sale, 1985
113 11 Franklin National Bank, 1997-1998
box folder
114 1 1200 East Capitol Company, 1976-1988
A condominium investment.
114 2-3 Midland Marine Bank, 1976-1980
114 2 Financing for collections, 1976-1978
Regarding purchase of the Julia Margaret Cameron, Camera Work and Camera Notes collections.
114 3 Bank credit, 1978-1980
box
114-118 Banking and charge card records, 1979-1996
Includes bank and charge card statements, deposit records, check registers, and receipts for wire transfers.
box
114-116 Statements, monthly and year-end summaries, 1979-1996
box folder
114 4 Harry Lunn escrow account, 1985-1989
114 5 Midland Bank, 1979-1980
American Express, 1965-1996
box folder
114 6 Visa card, 1965-1987
box
114-115 Gold card, 1987-1996
box folder
114 7 1987-1990
114 8 1991-1992
114 9 1992-1993
box folder
115 1 1993-1994
115 2 1994-1995
115 3 1995-1996
box
115-116 Platinum card, 1987-1996
box folder
115 4 1987-1991
115 5 1992-1993
115 6 1993-1994
box folder
116 1 1994-1995
116 2 1995-1996
116 3 Optima card, 1991-1995
116 4 First National Bank of Chicago, Visa card 1986, 1991
box
116-117 Deposit records, 1983-1994
box folder
116 5 1983-1983
116 6 1984-1985
116 7 1985-1986
116 8 1986-1987
116 9 1987-1988
116 10 1988-1989
116 11 1989-1990
box folder
117 1 1990-1991
117 2 1991-1992
117 3 1992-1993
117 4 1993-1994
117 5-8 Check registers, 1982-1997
117 5 1982 November-1988 August
Includes checks 1091-1331.
117 6 1982-1983
Includes checks 16654-17037.
117 7 1984-1986
includes checks 1553-16192.
117 8 1986-1987
Includes checks 16195-16642.
box folder
118 1-2 Bank receipts for wire transfers, 1984-1987
118 1 1984 April-1985 June
118 2 1986 June -1987 May
box
118-126 Receipts, 1965-1998
Includes miscellaneous business, travel, business promotion, and shipping receipts.
box
118-122 Miscellaneous business expenses, 1965-1998
box folder
118 3 1965-1977
118 4 1977 September-1978 June
1978
box folder
118 5 July
118 6 August
118 7 September
118 8 October
118 9 November
118 10 December
1979
box folder
119 1 January
119 2 February
119 3 March
119 4 April
119 5 May
119 6 June-September
box folder
120 1 1980 January-December
1981
box folder
120 2 January-March
120 3 April
120 4 1982 October
120 5 1983 March-December
1985
box folder
120 6 April-September
120 7 October-December
1986
box folder
121 1 January-March
121 2 April-May
121 3 May-July
121 4 August-December
1987
box folder
121 5 January-April
121 6 May
box folder
122 1 June-September
122 2 October –December
1988
box folder
122 3 January-June
122 4 July-December
122 5 1989 January-July
122 6 1996
122 7 1997
122 8 1998
box
123-124 Travel expenses, 1965-1997
Includes train, air, taxi, hotel, and restaurant expenses.
box folder
123 1 1965-1969
123 2 1984 January-June
123 3 1985-1986
123 4 1987
123 5 1988-1989
123 6 1993
123 7 1994
box folder
124 1 1995
124 2 Paris, 1996
124 3 London, 1996
124 4 United States, 1996
124 5-6 Ireland and Paris, 1996
124 5 Part I
124 6 Part II
124 7 Brussels, Basel, and New York, 1997
124 8-9 Shipping and office supplies, 1988-1995
124 8 1988-1989
124 9 1994-1995
124 10 Expenses, 1995-1996
Includes miscellaneous travel expenses and a list of expense categories.
box folder
125 1-7 Business promotion, 1985-1995
125 1 1985-1986
125 2 1988-1989
125 3 1992
125 4 1993 non-US, 1993
125 5 1993-1994 US, 1993-1994
125 6 1994 non-US, 1994
125 7 Paris and New York, 1994-1995
box folder
126 1-5 Wouter Deruytter expenses, 1995-1997
126 1-3 Travel receipts, 1996-1997
126 1 1996 January-December
126 2 1997 January-April
126 3 1997 May-October
126 4 Shipping receipts, 1996 July-1997 January
126 5 Ticket stubs, 1995 October-1997 February
126 6-8 Michael Howells expenses, 1990-1993
1990-1991
box folder
126 6 Part I
126 7 Part II
126 8 1992-1993
126 9 Kevin Donovan expenses, 1982-1987
Series V. Gallery operations, 1949-1998 29.4 Linear Feet (51 boxes)
The series contains files that detail the operations of the specific kind of business that was Lunn Ltd. Included are invoices; quarterly and monthly reports of sales by artist; art purchases; accounts payable and receivable; inventory lists; general ledgers; and sales ledgers. Daily operations are documented in files containing advertising; press releases and gallery reviews; exhibition and price lists; office expenses; and employee matters. Also included are appointment books and notebooks kept by Lunn to record client interests and other notes.
Arrangement
Arranged in two subseries: Series V.A. Sales, purchases, and accounts, 1969-1998, undated; Series V.B. Daily operations, 1969-1998, undated.
Series V.A. Sales, purchases, and accounts, 1969-1998, undated 23.33 Linear Feet (39 boxes)
The subseries includes invoices; quarterly and monthly reports of sales by artist; art purchases; accounts payable and receivable; inventory lists; general ledgers; and sales ledgers.
Arrangement
Arranged thematically and then by date.
box
127-142 Invoices, 1970-1994
Arranged by invoice number and date. Two sets of numbers were used for the first half of 1972.
box folder
127 1 1088-1163, 1970 December
Missing invoice numbers 1096 and 1115.
127 2 1164-1237, 44-81, 1971 January-March
Does not include invoices for February.
127 3 404-431, 1972 January
127 4 1653-1674, 1972 January
127 5 443-461, 1972 February
127 6 1665-1685, 1972 February
127 7 462-496, 1972 March
127 8 1686-1719, 1972 March
127 9 497-521, 1972 April
127 10 1720-1764, 1972 April
127 11 522-580, 1972 May
127 12 1765-1792, 1972 May
127 13 581-602, 1972 June
127 14 1793-1799, 1972 June
127 15 603-645, 1972 July
127 16 646-672, 1972 August
127 17 673-719, 1972 September
box folder
128 1 720-790, 1972 September
128 2 791-838, 1972 October
128 3 839-900, 1972 November
128 4 901-1011, 1972 December
128 5 1012-1088, 1973 January
128 6 1089-1151A, 1973 February
128 7 1152-1223, 1973 March
128 8 1224-1282, 1973 April
128 9 1283-1331, 1973 May
box folder
129 1 1332-1429, 1973 June
129 2 1430-1479, 1973 July
129 3 1480-1498, 1973 August
129 4 1499-1568, 1973 September
129 5 1569-1621, 1973 October
129 6 1622-1674, 1973 November
129 7 1675-1777, 1973 December
129 8 1778-1858, 1974 January
129 9 1974-1920, 1974 February
box folder
130 1 1921-1995, 1974 March
130 2 1996-2060, 1974 April
130 3 2061-2124, 1974 May
130 4 2125-2175, 1974 June
130 5 2176-2216, 1974 July
130 6 2217-2251, 1974 August
130 7 2252-2290, 1974 September
130 8 2291-2335, 1974 October
130 9 2336-2400, 1974 November
130 10 2401-2480, 1974 December
130 11 2481-2540, 1975 January
130 12 2541-2596A, 1975 February
box folder
131 1 2597-2644, 1975 March
Missing invoice 2506
131 2 2645-2696, 1975 April
131 3 2697-2768, 1975 May
131 4 2769-2820, 1975 June
131 5 2821-2868, 1975 July
131 6 2869-2937, 1975 August
131 7 2940-2996, 1975 September
131 8 2997-3069, 1975 October
131 9 3070-3120, 1975 November
131 10 3121-3182, 1975 December
box folder
132 1 3183-3245, 1976 January
132 2 3250-3299, 1976 February
132 3 3300-3340, 1976 March
132 4 3341-3403, 1976 April
132 5 3404-3451, 1976 May
132 6 3452-3502, 1976 June
132 7 3503-3533, 1976 July
132 8 3534-3560, 1976 August
132 9 3561-3597, 1976 September
132 10 3598-3665, 1976 October
132 11 3666-3720, 1976 November
132 12 3725-3774, 1976 December
box folder
133 1 3775-3823, 1977 January
Missing invoice numbers 3815 and 3819.
133 2 2001, 3824-3868, 1977 February
Missing invoice 3853. Includes 2001.
133 3 3869-3929A, 1977 March
133 4 3929-3979, 1977 April
133 5 3980-4049, 1977 May
133 6 4050-4087, 1977 June
133 7 4088-4137, 1977 July
133 8 4138-4183, 1977 August
Missing invoice number 4182.
box folder
134 1 4184-4289, 1977 September
134 2 4290-4348, 1977 October
134 3 4349-4421, 1977 November
134 4 4422-4500, 1977 December
134 5 4501-4553, 1978 January
134 6 4554-4616, 1978 February
134 7 4617-4686, 1978 March
box folder
135 1 4687-4730, 1978 April
135 2 4731-4815, 1978 May
Missing invoice number 4793.
135 3 4816-4864b, 1978 June
135 4 4865-4907, 1978 July
Missing invoice numbers 4879 and 4890.
135 5 4908-4949, 1978 August
135 6 4950-5001, 1978 September
135 7 5002-5058, 1978 October
135 8 5059-5097, 1978 November
Missing invoice number 5114.
135 9 5098-5157, 1978 December
Missing invoice number 5224.
box folder
136 1 5158-5193, 1979 January
136 2 5194-5218, 1979 February
136 3 5218-5270, 1979 March
136 4 5271-5315, 1979 April
Missing invoices 5279, 5284, 5287, 5297.
136 5 5316-5367, 1979 May
136 6 5368-5419, 1979 June
136 7 5420-5443, 1979 July
136 8 5444-5485, 1979 August
136 9 5486-5544B, 1979 September
136 10 5555-5635, 1979 October
box folder
137 1 5636-5704, 1979 November
137 2 5705-5774, 1979 December
137 3 5715-5846, 1980 January
137 4 5847-5909, 1980 February
Missing invoice 5905.
137 5 5910-5961, 1980 March
137 6 5962-6001, 1980 April
137 7 6002-6069, 1980 May
137 8 6070-6096, 1980 June
Missing invoice numbers 6074 and 6084.
137 9 6097-6149, 1980 July
Missing invoice numbers 6113 and 6117.
box folder
138 1 6150-6188, 1980 August
Missing invoice number 6179.
138 2 6189-6217, 1980 September
138 3 6218-6265, 1980 October
138 4 6266-6308, 1980 November
138 5 6309-6367, 1980 December
138 6 6368-6413, 1981 January
138 7 6414-6460, 1981 February
138 8 6461-6500, 1981 March
138 9 6502-6543, 1981 April
138 10 6544-6592, 1981 May
138 11 6593-6627, 1981 June
138 12 6628-6664, 1981 July
138 13 6665-6694, 1981 August
138 14 6695-6712, 1981 September
138 15 6713-6734, 1981 October
138 16 6735-6760, 1981 November
138 17 6761-6795, 1981 December
box folder
139 1 6796-6821, 1982 January
139 2 6822-6847, 1982 February
139 3 6848-6869, 1982 March
139 4 6870-6908, 1982 April
139 5 6909-6934, 1982 May
139 6 6935-6948, 1982 June
139 7 6949-6976, 1982 July
139 8 6977-6993, 1982 August
139 9 6992-7016, 1982 September
Invoice number 6992 is found in the August 1982 folder as well this folder; it is for Ansel Adams, Vertical, and Yousuf Karsh, Ernest Hemingway and Albert Einstein. Invoice #6992 in this folder is for Karsh, Humphrey Bogart.
Invoice number 6993 is found in the August 1982 folder as well as this folder; it is for Milton Avery, Helen and Lily, 1941 (two images). Invoice number 6993 in this folder is for Karsh, Georgia O'Keeffe.
139 10 7017-7027, 1982 October
139 11 7027-7046, 1982 November
Invoice number 7027 is found in the October 1982 folder as well as this folder. The October invoice is to the Droscher Gallery, Hamburg with a note to reduce Greene 1000 by $350. Invoice number 7027 in the November 1982 folder is to the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
139 12 7047-7073, 1982 December
139 13 7074-7088, 1983 January
139 14 7089-7109, 1983 February
139 15 7110-7129, 1983 March
139 16 7130-7144, 1983 April
board folder
139 17 7145-7163 1983 May
box folder
139 18 7164-7188, 1983 June
139 19 7189-7237, 1983 July-September
139 20 7238-7295, 1983 October-December
box folder
140 1 7296-7338, 1984 January-March
140 2 7339-7372, 1984 April-June
140 3 7373-7429, 1984 July-December
Missing invoice number 7392.
140 4 7403-7504, 1985 January-June
140 5 7610-7732, 1986-1987
Missing number invoice 7674.
140 6 7733-7834, 1987 July-1988 June
140 7 7835-7944, 1988 July-1989 June
140 8 7946-7999, 1990 March-June
box folder
141 1 8000-8073, 1989 June-1990 June
Invoices in this folder duplicate dates in Box 140, but with different numbers.
141 2 8074-8123, 1990 July-1991 June
141 3 8124-8173, 1990 December-1991 June
141 4 8174-8257, 1991 July-1992 June
141 5 8258-8284, 1992 July-December
141 6 List of invoices, 1991-1992
141 7 8285-8344, 1993
141 8 8345-8409, 1994 January-March
box folder
142 1 Invoice register, 1979-1988
box
143-144 Sales reports, 1969-1983
box folder
143 1-13 Quarterly reports, 1975-1982
143 1 Berenice Abbott, 1980-1982
143 2 Ansel Adams (Joe Tartt), 1977-1980
143 3 Milton Avery, 1975-1981
143 4 Hans Bellmer, 1977
143 5 Michael Clark, 1979-1982
143 6 Items owned with P & D Colnaghi, 1978-1981
Regarding items jointly owned with the dealer.
143 7 William Eggleston, 1976-1978
143 8 Evan and Frederick Evans, 1975-1978
143 9 Walker Evans, 1979-1981
143 10 Louis Fauer, 1977-1979
143 11 Jacob Kainen, 1980-1981
143 12 Yousuf Karsh, 1981-1982
143 13 Various artists, 1979-1982
143 14 Monthly reports, 1982 May-1982 June
143 15 Graphics International sales report, 1975 July
143 16 Use tax monthly return period, 1983 May 31
box
143-144 Notes for sales reports, 1969-1971
box folder
143 17 1969 September-1969 October
143 18 1969 November
143 19 1970 [?] February-1970 [?] May
box folder
144 1 1970 August 6
Period ending August 6 1970.
144 2 1970 October-1971 January
144 3 Notes for sales tax calculation, 1977-1980
box
144-147 Art purchases, 1976-1998, undated
box folder
144 4 1976-1977
144 5 January 1978-June 1978
144 6-9 1978-1979
144 6 First quarter
144 7 Second quarter
144 8 Third quarter
144 9 Fourth quarter
box
144-145 1979-1980
box folder
144 10 First quarter
box folder
145 1 Second quarter (October)
145 2 Second quarter (November, December)
145 3 Third quarter
Includes inventory lists.
145 4 Fourth quarter
Includes inventory lists.
box
145-146 1980-1981
box folder
145 5-6 First quarter
145 5 Part I
Labeled "PW Art Purchases."
145 6 Part II
145 7-8 Second quarter
145 7 Part I
Labeled "PW Art Purchases."
145 8 Part II
145 9 Third quarter
box folder
146 1-2 Fourth quarter
146 1 Part I
Labeled "PW Art Purchases."
146 2 Part II
146 3-6 1981-1982
146 3 First quarter
146 4 Second quarter
146 5 Third quarter
146 6 Fourth quarter
146 7-10 1982-1983
146 7 First quarter
146 8 Second quarter
146 9 Third quarter
146 10 Fourth quarter
146 11 1983-1984
146 12 1984-1985
146 13 1985-1986
146 14 1986-1987
146 15 1987-1988
146 16 1988-1989
146 17 1989-1990
146 18 1990-1991
Includes inventory lists.
box folder
147 1 1991-1992
Includes inventory lists.
147 2 1992-1993
147 3 1993-1994
147 4 1994-1995
147 5 1996-1997
147 6 1997-1998
147 7 undated
147 8-11 Accounts payable: art, 1979-1997
147 8 1979-1980
147 9 1981
147 10 1982
Includes inventory lists and some receivables.
147 11 1986-1997
box
148-153 Accounts payable: trade, 1976-1998
box folder
148 1 1976 June 30
Graphics International, Ltd. materials relating to annual audit for fiscal year ending 1976. Includes correspondence regarding outstanding debts, prepayments, and other fiscal concerns.
148 2 1976-1977
148 3 1978 October-December
148 4-6 1981
148 4 May
148 5 June
board folder
148 6 July
box folder
148 7 1984 May-December
148 8 1985 January-June
box folder
149 1 1989 March-December
box folder
49 2-4 1990
box folder
149 2 January-May
149 3 June-September
149 4 October-December
box folder
49 5-7 1991
box folder
149 5 January-April
149 6 May-August
149 7 September-December
box folder
50 1-4 1992
box folder
150 1 January-March
150 2 April-June
150 3 July-September
150 4 October-December
box folder
151 1 1993 January-March
151 2 1993 April-June
151 3 1993 July-October
151 4 1993 November-December
151 5 1994 January-February
151 6 1994 January-July
box folder
152 1 1994 August-December
152 2 1995 January-February
152 3 1995 March-April
152 4 1995 May-August
152 5 1995 September-December
box folder
153 1 1996 January-February
153 2 1996 March-May
153 3 1996 June-August
153 4 1996 September-December
153 5 1996
Paris accounts.
153 6 1997-1998
153 7-9 Accounts receivable, 1976-1992
153 7 1976-1977
153 8 1985-1986
153 9 1991-1992
box
154-155 Inventory lists, 1971-1994, undated
As of June 30, unless otherwise noted.
box folder
154 1 1971
154 2 1972
154 3 1973
154 4 1974
154 5 1975
154 6 1976
154 7 1977
154 8 1978
154 9 1979
154 10 1981
154 11 1982
154 12 1983
154 13 1984
As of 1984 December.
154 14 Changes in inventory, 1985
As of June 30.
154 15 1986
box folder
155 1 1987
155 2 1988
Contains corrections as of January 1990.
155 3 1989
Includes lists of cost of sales for 1988-1989 and corrections to inventory.
155 4 1991
155 5 1993
155 6 1994
155 7 undated
155 8 Arts inventory, 1980-1982
155 9 406 Partners inventory, undated
Regarding gallery's move to new location.
box
156-161 General ledgers and journals, 1970-1990
ledgers for 1988-1945 consist only of unbound photocopies.
box folder
156 1 1970-1972
156 2 1972-1973
156 3 1973-1974
box folder
157 1 1974-1975
157 2 1975-1976
157 3 1976-1977
box folder
158 1 1977-1978
158 2 1978-1979
box folder
159 1 1980-1981
159 2 1981-1982
159 3 1982-1983
box folder
160 1 1983-1984
160 2 1984-1985
160 3 1989-1990
box folder
161 1 1988-1989
161 3 1991-1992
161 3 1994-1995
box
162-165 Sales ledgers, 1971-1989
box folder
162 1-2 1971-1973
162 1 A-H
162 2 I-Z
box
162-165 1973-1983
box folder
162 3 A-B
box folder
163 1 C-D
163 2 E-G
163 3 H-J
box folder
164 1 K-L
164 2 M-O
164 3 P-R
box folder
165 1 S
165 2 T-Z
165 3 1988-1989
Series V.B Daily operations, 1949-1998, undated 6.13 Linear Feet (12 boxes)
The subseries consists of materials related to the day-to-day business of running the gallery. Included are files containing advertising, press releases, gallery reviews, exhibition and price lists, office expenses, and employee matters. It also contains appointment books and notebooks kept by Lunn detailing client interests and other notes.
Arrangement
Arranged thematically.
box folder
166 1 Press releases, 1979-1981
166 2 Gallery reviews and articles, 1968-1978, undated
1968-1978, undated
box folder
188* 1 "Washington Photo Gallery Succumbs to Market Decline," 1983 January
Front page article in the New Art Examiner regarding closing of Lunn Gallery.
box folder
166 3 Exhibition lists, 1972-1978, undated
Desk copies.
166 4-5 Catalogues and brochures, 1971-1976
Desk copies.
166 4 A-L, 1973-1976
166 5 N-Z 1971-1975
166 6-8 Exhibitions, 1978-1980, undated
166 6 The Quality of Presence, 1978
Includes revised price list, catalogue.
166 7 Pictorial Photography, 1980
The exhibition honors Professor Peter C. Bunnell, editor of A Photographic Vision: Pictorial Photography, 1889-1923.
166 8 Installation photographs, undated
box folder
167 1-7 Price lists, 1974-1995
167 1 1974-1979
167 2 1980-1983
167 3 1990-1995
167 4-5 Binders, 1972-1980
167 4 A-H, 1974-1979
167 5 I-Z, 1972-1980
167 6-7 Exhibition price check lists, 1972-1997, undated
167 6 1972-1983, undated
167 7 1991-1997
box folder
168 1-4 Requests for catalogues, 1975-1977, undated
168 1 Berence Abbott, 1975-1976
168 2-4 Catalogue 5, 19th and 20th century, 1976-1977, undated
168 2 1976
168 3 1977
168 4 Mailing lists, undated
168 5-14 Advertising, 1971-1982
Advertising is primarily for exhibition listings.
168 5 Arts Washington, Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, 1982
168 6 Camera 35, 1972-1977
168 7 Washington Star-News (The Evening Star), 1973-1977
168 8 The Photo Reporter, 1973-1976
168 9 The Print Collector's Newsletter, 1971-1978
168 10 The Village Voice, 1977
168 11 The Washington Post, 1968-1978
168 12 Washington Review, 1978-1979
168 13 Washingtonian Magazine, 1968-1978
168 14 Miscellaneous listings, 1975-1976
board folder
168 15-16 Permissions to publish, 1976-1996
Contains rights and reproductions requests.
box folder
168 15 1976-1996
168 16 Gallery of World Photography, 1982
168 17 Copyright information and correspondence, 1972
168 18 New York State Visual Arts and Multiples Law, 1982
box
169-170 Appointment books, 1976-1998
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169 1 Appointment calendar, 1976
169 2 1980
169 3 1983
169 4 1985 September-1986 September
169 5 1986 September-1987 September
169 6 1987 September-1988 September
169 7 1988 September-1989 September
169 8 1989 September-1990 September
169 9 1990 September-1991 September
169 10 1991 September-1992 September
169 11 1992 September-1993 September
169 12 1993 September-1994 September
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170 1 1994 September-1995 September
170 2 1995 September-1996 September
170 3 1996 September-1997 September
170 4 1997 September-1998 September
170 5-6 Notebooks, 1969-1984
Contain miscellaneous business notes.
170 5 1969, undated
170 6 1984
170 7-8 Journals, 1990-1994
Contain notes on prospective clients.
170 7 1990 May-1991 January
170 8 1994
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171 1 Miscellaneous addresses, 1979-1990, undated
171 2 Library, 1992 March 15
Inventory of materials destroyed in a flood.
171 3 Photography books and dealer lists, 1949-1960
171 4-5 Travel arrangements, 1972-1985
171 4 1972-1978
171 5 1982-1985
171 6-7 Instructions to employees, 1975-1998
Notes and memos to staff regarding clients, sales, purchases, and other daily business matters.
171 6 Maurizia Grossman, 1975-1978
171 7 Deruytter, Baglia, McCary, 1993-1998
171 8 Len Hartnett archival products, 1975-1981
171 9 Photography services (transparancies), undated
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171-172 Shipping, 1975-1998
Includes shipping forms, air bills, and so forth.
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171 10 Pan American Airways, 1975
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172 1-2 Emery Air Freight, 1975-1980
172 1 1975-1977
172 2 1978-1980
172 3 FedEx, 1994-1998
172 4 Export declarations, insurance, 1975-1976
172 5 Office expenses, 1971-1981
172 6 Miscellaneous cancelled checks, 1965-1967
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172-173 Miscellaneous business papers, 1960s-1990s
Primarily handwritten loose notes.
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172 7 1960s
172 8 1970s
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173 1 1980s
173 2 1990s
173 3 undated
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174-175 Harry Lunn expense records, 1967-1998
Records consist of items such as credit card receipts in the name of Harry Lunn, bills to Harry Lunn and/or Myriam Lunn for expenses such as florists, life insurance, IRS payments and general travel. Some of the expenses may be for personal rather than business purposes.
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174 1 1967-1976
174 2 1977-1981
174 3 1981-1982
174 4 1983 July-September
174 5-6 1984
174 5 February-June
174 6 July-December
174 7 1985
174 8-9 1987
174 8 Part I
174 9 Part II
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175 1 1988
175 2 1989
175 3-4 1992-1993
175 3 Travel
175 4 Shipping, office supplies, and library
175 5 1994-1995
175 5 Shipping and office supplies
175 6 Rent, telephone, and advertising
175 7 1998
175 8 Employment agencies, 1974-1977, undated
175 9-12 Requests for employment, 1974-1997, undated
175 9 1976-1978
175 10 1979
175 11 1980-1981, undated
175 12 1997
175 13 Employment arrangements between Harry Lunn and the corporation, 1970-1982
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176 1 The Madeira School interns, 1976-1982
Sealed for 50 years from 2004.
176 2 Employee matters, 1974-1998
Sealed for 50 years from 2004.
Series VI. Clipppings and serials, 1855-1998, undated 1.25 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
The series contains clippings collected by and sent to Lunn mostly regarding fine art prints and photography. Topics include the art market, both in general and on photography in particular; collectors and collecting; arts funding; and gallery reviews, openings, and notices. The serials are comprised of single issues containing significant articles related to these same topics, and of newsletters dedicated to photography and prints.
Arrangement
Clippings are arranged topically. Serials are arranged alphabetically by title.
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177-178 Clippings, 1969-1999, undated
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177 1-4 Art market, 1969-1999
177 1 General and prints, 1969-1979, undated
177 2-4 Photography market, 1970s-1990s
177 2 1970s
177 3 1980s
177 4 1990s
177 5-6 Photography, 1970-1999, undated
177 5 1970s
177 6 1980s-1990s, undated
177 7-8 Gallery reviews, openings, and notices, 1970s-1990s, undated
177 7 1970s
177 8 1980s-1990s, undated
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178 1 Collectors and collecting, 1975-1989, undated
178 2 Joan Mondale, 1978
Liaison to the arts in the Carter administration.
178 3 Photography fakes, 1978
178 4 Photography taxes, 1978-1980
178 5 Susan Sontag, 1977-1978
Review of On Photography, and the Corcoran Symposium on Photography.
178 6 Prints, 1970-1989
Dates in the range are intermittant.
178 7 Arts funding, 1981
178 8 Book reviews, 1998, undated
178 9 General interest, 1975-1992, undated
Dates in the range are intermittant.
178 10 Cartoon exhibitions, 1975
178 11 19th century cartoons, circa 1880
Includes eight cartoons clipped from a British journal, most likely Punch or the Illustrated London News.
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179 1-19 Serials, newsletters, and pamphlets, 1855-1998 0 Linear Feet
Most titles consist of only a few issues, primarily related to photography and the photography market.
179 1 Art Aktuell, 1977-1982
Includes June 1977; mid-May 1978; end of April 1982.
179 2 The Art Newsletter, 1976-1990
Includes 1976-1982; 1990.
179 3 Gordon's International Photography Annual, 1996
179 4 The Gray Letter, 1979-1981
Two issues: 1979, 1981.
179 5 Liberation (Arles 1997 Supplement), 1997
179 6 Life: 150 Years of Photography, Fall 1988
179 7 Orsay, December 1986
179 8 Photogolio, 1980-1982
Includes Winter 1980-1981; Christie's East, November 10, 11, 1981; Summer 1982.
179 9 The Photograph Collector, 1981-1998
Includes 1981-1982; 1991, 1995-1998.
179 10 Photography Newsletter (University of New Mexico), 1976 December
179 11 Photographs: A Collector's Newsletter, 1982 February 1
179 12 Photography in New York, 1991 March/April
Special Feature: Los Angeles.
179 13-14 The Village Voice, 1975-1978
179 13 Special Section: "The Photography Generation Takes Over," 1975 December 8
179 14 Special Section: "Inside the Photography Marketplace," 1978 December 4
179 15 The Print Collector's Newsletter, 1982 January-February
179 16 Update, 1991-1992 Winter
A news digest for members of the Art Dealers Association of America.
179 17 What's Up in Art, 1978 February, April
The Washington art market letter.
179 18 Bid for Life, 1995 June 26
Auction in honor of Robert C. Woolley benefiting AIDS organizations. Annotated copy.
179 19 Photography ephemera, 1855-1931
Includes the following pamphlets, manuals, and reprints: "The Afghan War. List of Photographs Taken with the Kurram Column by Bourne & Shepherd of Simla, Bombay & Calcutta" (circa 1879-1880); "An Exhibition Illustrating the Progress of the Art of Photography in America at the Montross Art Galleries, New York, October Tenth to Thirty-First, MCXII" (1912); Henry Garnett, "Richard Buxton: An Old-time Manchester Botanist," The North Western Naturalist (March 1931); and James E. McClees, Elements of Photography (Philadelphia, 1855, reprinted circa 1977); note on back cover: Facsimile reproduction of the original in the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. Reproduced by permission for Beaumont Newhall in an edition of 500 of which this is Number 215.
Series VII. Professional activities, 1960-1998, undated 1.25 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
The series contains materials relating to Lunn's professional life and covers his work both with student organizations in the 1960s and as an art dealer. The student organizations include the Foundation for Youth and Student Affairs (FYSA) and related organizations. Lunn's activities as a dealer include files on the professional organizations to which he belonged, including national organizations such as the Art Dealers Association of America, as well as those that were Washington, D.C.-based; notes and texts for lectures and articles he delivered or wrote; clippings and articles about his activities as an art dealer; and biographical information. A small amount of material related to Lunn's real estate business is also included.
Arrangement
The series is arranged in three main groups: student activities, dealer activities, and real estate.
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180 Student organizations, 1960-1984
Includes papers related to Lunn's work at the Foundation for Youth and Student Affairs (FYSA) as well as files on related student organizations.
180 1-6 Foundation for Youth and Student Affairs (FYSA), 1960-1979
180 1 Board member biographies, 1960, 1966
180 2-4 Correspondence, 1966-1968
180 2 1966
180 3 1967-1968
180 4 1968
180 5 Papers relating to dissolution, 1972-1979
180 6 Exemption from filing reports, 1984
180 7-8 World Assembly of Youth (WAY), 1967
Regarding the International Student Conference. Also contains correspondence regarding CIA support.
180 7 1967 February-March
180 8 1967 April-December
180 9 United States Youth Council (USYC), 1967
180 10 International Union of Socialist Youth (IUSY), 1967
Correspondence regarding CIA support.
180 11 World University Service (WUS), 1967-1968
Correspondence regarding CIA support.
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181-182 Art dealer activities, 1965-1998, undated
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181 1-11 Professional organizations, 1973-1998, undated
181 1 Arts Club of Washington, 1976
181 2 Art Dealers Association of America, 1975-1998, undated
181 3 Friends of the Museum of African Art, 1977
181 4-5 Friends of Photography, 1974-1986
181 4 1974-1980
181 5 1981-1986
181 6 Society for Photographic Education, 1975-1979
181 7 Washington Art Dealers Association, 1981-1983
181 8 Washington Art League, 1979
181 9 The Washington Print Club, 1969-1975
181 10 Washington Printmakers, Inc., 1973-1974
181 11 Washington Project for the Arts, 1975-1989
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181-182 Lectures and articles, 1969-1995, undated
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181 12 Notes, 1969-1980, undated
Contains notes for the following identified lectures and an interview: "Collecting Prints," The Smithsonian Associates, Summer 1972; "Historical Development of Photography," The New York University Club, September 19, 1974; Interview with the authors of Collecting Photographs, by Landt Dennis, August 1976; "The Protocol of Photographic Collecting," undated.
181 13 "Art in Asia Today, an Illustrated Overview," 1969
This lecture was part of the sixth seminar of the 1968-1969 series held by The Asian American Forum.
181 14 Ansel Adams, 1976 May 13
181 15 Corcoran talk, 1978 February 22
181 16 "Historical Notes on Collecting Photography," 1978 April 11
Presented at the Sulgrave Club, Washington, D. C.
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182 1 "Photographic Collecting, Past and Present in the United States, Canada and Europe," 1978 October 12, 13, 14
This file also contains notes for "The Creation of Rarity." An article with the title "The Fine Art of Collecting Rarity," by Catherine Harris, was published in Financial World, vol. 150, no. 3, February 1, 1981, pp. 32-34.
182 2 "Photography in the 1980s," 1980 October 18
Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by Art News in cooperation with the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).
182 3 "On Acquiring Photographs," 1989 October 13
This lecture was part of the symposium "The Reflective Lens: 150 Years of Photography," organized by the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
182 4 "Hunter-Gatherers in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," 1991
This article was published in Aperture, "Connoisseurs and Collections," Vol. 124.
182 5 "A Brief Look at the Past Decade and a Long Look at the Future," 1992 March 14
Delivered at the Fotofest International Collectors' Symposium.
182 6 "Collecting Rare Photography," 1993 October 21-24
182 7 "History of Collecting," 1995 April 19
This article was published in The Photograph Collector, vol XVI, no. 6, June 15, 1995. The lecture was delivered at the Grolier Club, New York City.
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182, 188* "Seventy-five Years of Collecting Photography," 1993
The lecture was presented at the Museum of New Mexico.
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182 8 Lecture
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188* 2 Poster
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182 9-17 Articles about Lunn, 1969-1997
182 9 "Home Renovations and Property Value Rise on Capitol Hill: Modern Art in Home," 1969 August 4
The New York Times, "Food, Fashions, Family, Furnishings" section.
182 10 "Who's Who in the East," 1979-1980
Contains the entry form for the 1979-1980 edition.
182 11 "Photography: Harry H. Lunn, Jr.," 1982 December 20
Article published in the "Connoisseur's Corner" column, The Wall Street Transcript, page 68, 125. Also includes a trasnscipt of the interview with Lunn for the article.
182 12 Photographic Collector article on Lunn, 1983
182 13 "Harry Lunn," 1987 March
182 14 "The Dealer Who Came in from the Cold," 1990 July/August
182 15 "Harry Lunn," 1997 March 26
182 16 Articles focusing on financial aspects of collecting, 1978-1997
Included are: "Harry Lunn, Jr.: Prints Charming," The Washington Post Magazine, November 19, 1978; "Collecting Photos for Love or Money," Voice, October 30, 1978; Dennis Longwell, "Creating Rarity, Dealers and the Photography Market," American Art and Antiques, May-June 1979, pp. 84-89; Jim Powell, "The Camera: A Financial Focus," American Way, January 1980, pp. 16-20; Catherine Harris,"The Fine Art of Creating Rarity," Financial World, vol. 150, no. 3, February 1, 1981, pp. 32-34; "Photography: Harry H. Lunn, Jr." The Art/Antiques Investment Report, vol. X, no. 1, January 10, 1983; "The Man with the View," Katalog, March 1994.
182 17 Clippings, 1980-1997
182 18 Biographies, 1990, undated
182 19-20 Real estate business, 1965-1983
182 19 Licenses and permits, 1972-1983
182 20 Seventeen Third St. Company, 1965-1980
Contains real estate property deeds.
Series VIII. Personal papers, ca 1899-1998, undated 1.67 Linear Feet (5 boxes)
The series consists of a small amount of personal papers, many of which overlap with Lunn's professional life, as it was so intertwined with his private life. Included are materials documenting banking and tax matters; personal gifts of artwork to institutions; and Lunn's various homes and apartments, out of which he often worked. There is a small amount of mostly personal correspondence. Photographs include copies of portraits of Lunn by a number of photographers including Michael Howells, Berenice Abbott, Wouter Deruytter, Robert Mapplethorpe, Yousuf Karsh, McDermott & McGough, and Pierre et Giles. A very few snapshots of Lunn's family are also included.
Arrangement
Arranged thematically.
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183 1-5 Harry and Myriam Lunn banking, 1983-1998
183 1 Check register, receipts, 1983-1987
183 2-3 Citibank statements, 1987-1998
183 2 1987
183 3 1992-1998
183 4-5 BNP statements, 1993-1995
183 4 1993
183 5 1994-1995
183 6 Power of attorney, 1996
Documents listed on original folder are not contained within.
183 7-14 Taxes, 1985-1995, undated
183 7 New York State tax compliance, 1989-1995, undated
For Lunn Ltd. and Harry and Myriam Lunn.
183 8-12 Tax returns, 1985-1995
183 8 1985
183 9 1987
Also in this folder is the tax return for Harry Lunn's real estate business.
183 10 1991
183 11 1994
183 12 1995
183 13 Tax correspondence, 1990-1994
183 14 French tax liability, 1996
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184 1 Lunn wills, 1982-1983
184 2 Life insurance, 1970-1997
184 3 Medical insurance, 1976-1980
184 4 Medical records, 1980-1997
184 5 Lunn Ltd. defined benefit plan and trust, 1996
184 6 Lunn personal investments/purchases, 1967-1997
184 7-8 Personal gifts of artwork to institutions, 1975-1977
184 7 A-M
184 8 N-W
184 9 Charitable gifts and contributions, 1992-1995
184 10-11 525 7th Street home (Washington, D. C.), 1966-1983
184 10 Homeowner's insurance, 1976-1983
184 11 Bills and receipts, 1966-1978
184 12-13 New York apartment, 1989, undated
184 12 Lease, 1989
184 13 Paint sample, undated
184 14 Bordeaux home, 1980, undated
184 15 Passport (photocopy), 1985-1988
184 16 "Le guide noir," undated
Lunn's guide to restaurants and antique shops in Paris and France.
184 17 Original photographs, circa 1899, undated
Includes a cabinet card of Émile Loubet bearing the imprint of Paul Boyer and an Albert Hautecoeur wet stamp, and a print of male swimmers at the Grand bain profondeur.
184 18 Missal page, undated
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185 1-22 Correspondence, 1961-1998, undated
185 1 1961-1966
185 2 1967
185 3 1968
185 4 1970s
185 5 1987-1988
185 6 1981-1986
185 7 1989
185 8 1990
185 9 1992-1993
185 10 1997
185 11 1998
185 12 undated
185 13-14 Jender, Jem, 1994-1996
185 13 Correspondence, 1994-1996
185 14 "33rd and 3rd" screenplay, 1994
185 15 Lunn children, 1998, undated
185 16 Obituaries and condolences, 1987-1997
185 17-19 Parry, Eugenia Janis, 1973-1997
185 17 Correspondence, 1973-1997
185 18 "Une petit mémoire," 1993
185 19 Celebration of Harry Lunn, 1995 September 28
185 20 Student and researcher correspondence, 1977-1997
185 21 Exhibition invitations received, 1989-1990
185 22 Unused postcards of photographs, circa 1980-1995
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186-187 Photographs, 1976-1997
186-187 Portraits,
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186 1 Prints, 1978-1997, undated
Includes portraits of Lunn by Fritz Kempe, Hank O'Neal, Edward Maxey, Michael Howells, Berenice Abbott, Wouter Deruytter (alone and posing with Mssrs. McDermot & McGough), Peter Janssens, and Helaine Messer (two views of Lunn at a Christie's auction); and Morley Baer (Lunn in a group portrait including Ansel Adams). Also included are a photograph of Lunn with his wife Myriam and one of their daughters at her graduation, and a small ink sketch of Lunn and a photocopy of a sketch made of him dining at Brasserie Lipp.
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187 1 Slides, transparencies, and color prints, 1976-1997, undated
Includes copy slides and transparencies of portraits by Robert Mapplethorpe, Yousuf Karsh, and McDermott & McGough; and color prints by Cary Wasserman, Joshua Paillet, Woutter Deruytter, and James D. Macari. See Box 187, folder 4 for Le capitaine et son petit mousse, 1995, Pierre et Giles portrait of Lunn with a "sailor boy."
187 2 Family photographs, 1985-1996
Primarily snapshots of the Lunn children, alone or with their parents.