The J. Paul Getty Trust Research Home Search Tools & Databases Collection Inventories and Finding Aids
Collection Inventories and Finding Aids


Home | Return to Search Results

Find a term within this inventory

Print View

Anne Willan papers, 1570-2018

Request access to the physical materials described in this inventory through the catalog record for this collection. Click here for the access policy.
Willan (Anne) Papers
Series IV. Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky gastronomy collection, 1570-2015 64.61 linear feet (57 boxes, 14 flat file folders. Computer media: 0.08 GB [119 files])
The Anne Willan Papers complement the Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky Gastronomy Collection, which includes an extensive collection of early printed gastronomy books. The collection also includes drawings, ephemera, prints and manuscripts dating from the 16th to the late 20th century. Rare books and other selected works in the collection have been cataloged in the Library Catalog and can be searched by the name of the author or artist, by the title, or the topic.
Arrangement
Series IV is arranged in five subseries: Series IV.A. Documentation; Series IV.B. Drawings; Series IV.C. Ephemera; Series IV.D. Prints; Series IV.E. Manuscripts.
Series IV.A. Documentation, 1979-2015 9.25 linear feet (15 boxes. Computer media: 0.08 GB [119 files])
Series IV.A. Documentation includes inventories of the Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky gastronomy collection and auction catalogs gathered by Willan and Cherniavsky for the building of the collection. The series comprises CDs and DVDs containing image files. Software formats were identified using a DROID (Digital Record Object IDentification) report from information recorded in the PRONOM technical registry. All dates refer to last modified dates of files.
Box
168 Library catalogs, 2009-2012
Included in the archive are several versions of the list of rare books in the Willan-Cherniavsky collection.
Electronic word-processing files, 2004-2007
Box Item
67 CM43 2004 0.0001 GB (7 files)
List of indexes including an index of books. 1 computer disc (CD-RW) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. CM43 contains: 3 Microsoft Word Document 97-2003 files (.doc). Unavailable until reformatted. Contact reference for reformatting.
67 CM44 2007 0.08 GB (112 files)
Disc labeled "Dossier expertise : Livres : Photographs." CM44 contains: 107 JPG File Interchange Format Version 1.02 files (.jpg); 2 unidentified format files. Unavailable until reformatted. Contact reference for reformatting.
Box
169-182 Auction catalogs, 1971-2015
Box Folder
169 1 List, 2015
169 2-5 Ben Kinmont, 1999-2014
169 6 Book Club of California, 2013
169 7 The Zamorano Club, 2013
Box
170-171 Bibliotheca Gastronomica, 2010-2015
Box Folder
172 1 Sophie Schneideman Rare Books, 2009-2012
172 2 Rabelais Fine Books, 2016-2018
172 3 Bloomsbury Auctions, 2011
172 4-10 Alain Huchet, undated
Box Folder
173 1 Poulain & Le Fur, 2001
173 2 Articurial, 2002
173 3-4 Janet Clarke, undated
173 5-6 Marian L. Gore, 1979-1997
173 7 Philo Biblon, undated
Box Folder
174 1-6 Rémi Flachard, undated
Box Folder
177 1-2 Librairie Philippe Sérignan, 2008-2016
Box
175-176 Cooks Books, 1988-1995 and undated
Box Folder
177 3 Philip K. Reynolds, 2008-2009
177 4-5 Francis Edwards, undated
Box
177-178 Liz Seeber, undated
Box Folder
179 1 Gastéréa, undated
179 2-3 Michel Bouvier, undated
Box
180-182 Others, 1971-2005
Series IV.B. Drawings, 1810-1834, undated 2 Linear Feet (2 boxes, 2 flatfiles)
The Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky gastronomy collection includes seven drawings by American (1), English (2), French (2), and Scottish (1) artists: Félix Brard, André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884-1974), William Heath (1795-1840), Charles Keene (1823-1891), Charles Sharpe (1781?–1851), and Herman Armour Webster (1878-1970).
Arrangement
Series IV.A. is arranged by country/culture.
England, Scotland
box
183* Heath, William
183* Keene, Charles
183* Sharpe, Charles
France
box
184* Brard, Félix
184* Dunoyer de Segonzac, André
box
183* United States: Webster, Herman Armour
183* Unknown
Flatfile
1*-2* Frames
Also see Box 224*.
Series IV.C. Ephemera, 1791-1970 3.76 linear feet (10 boxes)
The Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky gastronomy collection includes ephemera such as menus, advertising cards, broadsides, and newspaper tearsheets. There are cards advertising products of the Liebig Company and lithographs promoting the wine distributed by the Établissements Nicolas. Included are menus and recipes designed by the artists Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), Léon Lebègue (1863-1944), Alice L. Waters (born 1944) and David L. Goines (born 1945).
Arrangement
Series IV.C. is arranged by the country in which the works were issued or produced and within each country by chronological order.
box
185* Belgium: Liebig Company
box
186* England
France
box
187*, 193* 19th century
box
188*, 194* 20th century: Établissements Nicolas
box
189*, 191*-193* 19th-20th centuries: Menus
box
189* Mucha
box
192* Lébègue
box
189* Germany
box
190* United States
Series IV.D. Prints, ca. 1578-ca. 1950 28.6 linear feet (20 boxes, 12 flat file folders)
The Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky Gastronomy Collection includes prints by American, Dutch, English, Flemish, French, German and Italian artists. Individual works are currently being cataloged in the Library Catalog. Those that have been cataloged may be searched by the name of the artist or printmaker, by the title or the topic.
Arrangement
Series IV.C. is arranged by country/culture and by chronological order within each country.
Austria
box
195*, 201*-202*, 211* England
Included are prints by Thomas Lord Busby, Isaac Cruikshank, Matthew Dubourg, Richard Earlom, James Gillray, Charles Joseph Hullmandel, and Thomas Rowlandson.
box
201* 18th century
Box
195*, 202* 19th century
box
196*-197*, 203*-208*, 212* France
Included are prints by Abraham Bosse, Edmé Bouchardon, Nicolas Guérard fils, Nicolas Langlois, Nicolas de Larmessin, Amédée and Eugène Varin.
Box
197*, 203* 17th century
Box
188*, 196*, 204*, 206* 18th-19th centuries
Box
189*, 198*, 207*, 212* 20th century
Box
198* Germany
Box
209* Italy
Box
199*, 210* Low Countries (Dutch/Flemish)
Included are prints by Hendrick Goltzius, Jacob Matham and Jonas Suyderhoef.
Box
200* United States
Included is a print by Chamberlain dedicated to Anne Willan.
flatfile
3**-13** Frames
Also see: Box 223*.
Series IV.E. Manuscripts, 1570-1852 4 linear feet (9 boxes)
The Anne Willan and Mark Cherniavsky Gastronomy Collection includes an inventory of food supplies dating from the reign of Catherine de' Medici (1519-1589), four handwritten cookbooks by English authors dating from 1672 to 1775, an 18th-century handwritten cookbook by an unknown French author, a letter by the French gastronomist Alexandre Grimod de La Reynière (1758-1837), and manuscripts dating from 1570 to 1851 that document food supplies and prices in France. The manuscripts have been cataloged in the Library Catalog. They can be searched by the name of the author, by the title, or the topic.
Arrangement
Arrangement of Series IV.E. is in two groupings: England; France.
box
213*, 214-217 England, 1672-1775
Included are a menu dating from the reign of King George III (1738-1820) (Box 213*) and four handwritten cookbooks by English authors dating from 1672 to 1775 (Box 214-Box 217). The manuscripts have been cataloged in the Library Catalog. They can be searched by the name of the author, by the title, or the topic.
box
213*, 218-222 France, 1570-1852
Included are an inventory of food supplies dating from the reign of Catherine de' Medici (1519-1589) (Box 213*), a letter written by the gastronomist Alexandre Grimod de La Reynière (1758-1837) (Box 213*), a handwritten cookbook by an unknown author dating from circa 1775 (Box 218), and four handwritten household expense accounts dating from 1826 to 1851 (Box 219-Box 222). The manuscripts have been cataloged in the Library Catalog. They can be searched by the name of the author, by the title, or the topic.


The J. Paul Getty Trust The J. Paul Getty Trust
© J. Paul Getty Trust
Privacy Policy Terms of Use