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M. Knoedler & Co. records, approximately 1848-1971

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Series I. Stock books, 1872-1977
Series I.A. Paintings, 1872-1970
Series I.B. Watercolors, 1872-1972
Series. I.C. London, 1894-1977
Series I.D. Other stock books, 1877-1976
Series II. Sales books, 1863-1971
Series III. Commission books, 1879-1973
Series IV. Inventory cards, 1859-1971
Series V. Receiving and shipping records, 1893-1972
Series V.A. Receiving records, 1893-1972
Series V.B. Shipping records, 1896-1971
Series V.C. Shipping records from the London office, 1946-1972
Series V.D. Receiving and shipping records from the Chicago office, 1929-1932
Series VI. Correspondence, 1878-1971
Series VI.A. General correspondence, 1879-1971
Series VI.B. Interoffice correspondence, 1911-1969
Series VI.C. Library correspondence, 1913-1971
Series VI.D. Copies of letters sent, 1878-1958
Series VI.E. London office correspondence, 1902-1971
Series VI.F. Correspondence from other offices, approximately 1900-1971
Series VI.G. Correspondence dossiers, undated
Series VII. Photographs, approximately 1890-1971
Series VII.A. Artist files, approximately 1890-1971
Series VII.B. London office photographic files, approximately 1900-1971
Series VII.C. Paris office photographic files, approximately 1900-1971
Series VII.D. Restoration photographs, 1931-1967
Series VII.E. Other photographic files, approximately 1900-1971
Series VIII. Exhibition files, 1869-1971
Series VIII.A. General exhibition files, 1869-1971
Series VIII.B. London exhibition files, 1904-1926
Series VIII.C. Paris exhibition files, 1913-1971
Series VIII.D. Other offices, 1903-1907, 1928-1935
Series IX. American Department records, 1913-1971
Series IX.A. American collections, 1913-1969
Series. IX.B. American data, 1928-1971
Series X. Framing and restoration records, 1914-1972
Series X.A. Gallery frame books, 1921-1958
Series X.B. Charges and orders, 1914-1972, undated
Series X.C. Other ledgers, 1920-1976
Series XI. Print Department records, 1887-1971
Series XI.A. Print retail books, 1902-1967
Series XI.B. Print sales books, 1911-1941
Series XI.C. Print bill books, 1918-1959
Series XI.D. Other ledgers, 1888-1971
Series XI.E. Inventory cards, 1882-1958, undated
Series XI.F. Miscellaneous, 1893-1942
Series XII. Other financial records, 1873-1977
Series XII.A. General financial records, 1873-1977
Series XII.B. London office financial records, 1902-1977
Series XII.C. Other offices, 1895-1965
Series XIII. Library cards, scrapbooks, and research materials, 1905-1973
Series XIII.A. Library index cards, undated
Series XIII.B. Library guides and microfiche, 1835-approximately 1971
Series XIII.C. London Library inventory, undated
Series XIII.D. Scrapbooks,
Series XIII.E. Research files,
Series XIV. Knoedler family papers, 1866-1969
M. Knoedler & Co. records

Title: M. Knoedler & Co. records
Dates: approximately 1848-1971
Number: 2012.M.54
Creator/Collector: M. Knoedler & Co.
Extent: 3042.6 Linear Feet (5554 boxes, 17 flat file folders)
Abstract: The records of M. Knoedler & Co. document the business of the prominent American art dealer from the mid-19th century to 1971. The archive traces the development of the once provincial American art market into one of the world's leading art centers and the formation of the private art collections that would ultimately establish many of the nation's leading art museums, such as the Frick Collection and the National Gallery of Art. It contains crucial provenance information on numerous artworks in private and public collections in the United States. The archive includes stock books, sales books and commission books; correspondence with collectors, artists, art dealers and other associates; photographs of the artworks sold by the gallery; records from the firm's offices in London, Paris and other cities; exhibition files; framing and restoration records, and records of the firm's Print Department.
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Language: Collection material is in English.
Repository: The Getty Research Institute
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URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10020/askref
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Author: Alexis Adkins, Silvia Caporaletti, Judy Chou, Sarah Glover, Erin Hurley, Jasmine Larkin, Emmabeth Nanol and Karen Meyer-Roux


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