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Title: Hans and Lily Hildebrandt papers
Dates: 1899-1979
Number: 850676
Creator/Collector: Hildebrandt, Hans
Creator/Collector: Hildebrandt, Lily, 1887-1974
Extent: 28.0 linear feet (64 boxes)
Abstract: An essentially complete record of the life and work of art historian and critic, Hans Hildebrandt, and of his artist wife, Lily, reflecting their interests in modern art, architecture, and decorative arts, and their close friendships with a number of leading artists and architects. It contains personal papers, correspondence, manuscripts, research notes and bibliographies, publications, and photographs.
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Language: Collection material is in German
Repository: The Getty Research Institute
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Author: Finding aid prepared by Scott Wolf and Jocelyn Gibbs.

Biographical/Historical Note

Hans Hildebrandt was a leading German art historian and critic whose interests broadly spanned modern art, architecture and decorative arts. An extremely prolific writer and lecturer, Hildebrandt's most celebrated books include Die Architektur bei Albrecht Altdorfer (hab. 1908), Adolf Hölzel als Zeichner (1913), Wandmalerei (1920), Die Kunst des 19. Und 20. Jahrhunderts (1924-1931), and Oskar Schlemmer (1952). Hildebrandt and his wife Lily, a painter, maintained close friendships with a number of leading artists and architects, among them Willi Baumeister, Hans Brühlmann, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Hannah Höch, Adolf Hölzel, Johannes Itten, Wassily Kandinsky, Oskar Schlemmer, Hermann Stenner, Wilhem Wagenfeld, and Henry van de Velde.

Born in Staufen bei Freiburg in 1879, Hans Hildebrandt was the son of a leading city administrator and art collector. He received a excellent education in the arts and letters while a student in Mannheim. In 1901, the same year he completed his Abitur, Hildebrandt and a close friend translated and published the poem "Sapphos und Anakreons," which was followed by a series of other translations.

Hildebrandt completed his law studies in 1904 with highest honors but chose not to take his state examinations. Instead, he turned to the study of art history and philosophy in Munich, where he became an active member of the Akademischen Verein für bildende Kunst. Four years later, he completed his dissertation, "Die Architektur bei Albrecht Altdorfer," while a student of Henry Thode at the University of Heidelberg. Shortly after completing his studies, Hans married the young painter Lily Uhlmann, a student of the artists Adolf Meyer (Berlin) and Adolf Hölzel (Dachau).

While Hans Hildebrandt worked as a private instructor in Munich, the Hildebrandts formed part of the avant-garde circle of younger artists around Adolf Hölzel. Prominent figures in this circle included Hans Bruhlmann, Theodor Fischer and Adolf Hildebrand. During this period, Hildebrandt also began working on a quarterly journal entitled Die Form. Hildebrandt accepted a position in 1911 as an instructor ( Privatdozent) at the Technische Hochschule, Stuttgart, and the following year completed his Habilitation. He supplemented his income by publishing numerous essays for popular newspapers and magazines, as well as critical articles on contemporary art and architecture. In 1913, he became a member of the Deutsche Werkbund and contributed a fairytale play, entitled "Amulett," that was performed at the first Werkbund exhibition in Köln of 1914.

Hildebrandt was precluded from service in the First World War due to respiratory illness. In reaction to German militarism, he founded the "Süddeutsche Nachrichtenstelle für die Neutralen," which distributed anti-war literature until the November Revolution in 1918. Hildebrandt condemned the war but felt isolated and persecuted for his views. Hildebrandt's perspectives on war appear in his book Krieg und Kunst, and his article, "Kunst und Nationalität," both published in 1916.

Hans and Lily's only child, Rainer, was born in 1914. For him, Lily created and published an illustrated children's book, Klein-Rainer Weltreise (1917), which was eventually translated into Russian. Inspired by the work of her mentor, Adolf Hölzel, and the 'folk art' quality of the "Blaue Reiter," Lily transformed the style of her own painting and began to produce enigmatic images of everyday life.

At the convention of the Deutsche Werkbund in Stuttgart in 1919, Lily Hildebrandt met the architect Walter Gropius, with whom she had an affair that lasted until her emotional breakdown in 1922. During the course of this affair, Gropius wrote Lily over 130 letters and telegrams recounting intimate details of his life and the administration of the newly founded Bauhaus in Weimar. After 1922 they remained close friends, and their correspondence continued until Gropius's death, providing an intimate view of the architect's life and work during these years.

The publication of Hans Hildebrandt's Habilitation in 1920, and the invitation by A.E. Brinckmann to publish Handbuch der Kunstwissenschaft, initiated the most productive phase of Hildebrandt's career. During this time Hildebrandt became an adjunct professor and undertook a series of monographs on artists such as Archipenko and Hans Brühlmann. He organized a protest action against the adoption of Wilhelm Ostwald's Color Theory (Farbenlehre) in public education and led the Werkbund's opposition group Die freie Gruppe für Farbkunst, which published a special issue of their journal entitled Farbsonderheft. Following a trip to Paris in the Spring of 1924, the architect Le Corbusier invited Hildebrandt to translate his books Vers une architecture and Urbanisme into German. Hildebrandt's reputation as an innovator in art history was furthered in the 1930s by the publication of Die Frau als Künstlerin, 1928, and his monograph on his close friend Oskar Schlemmer.

Hildebrandt's success abruptly halted with the rise of the Nazi Party in 1933. His publication contracts were canceled, his books were censored, and ultimately he was dismissed from his teaching position under the occupational prohibition ( Berufungsverhandlung) of 1937 --issued against him because his wife Lily was Jewish. Their financial difficulties became more pressing after the death of Lily's parents in 1938 and the application of Juden-vermögensabgabe, which allowed confiscation of the property of Jewish citizens. The Hildebrandts survived from 1939-1940 on the royalties from Hans' publications and his lectures at the ETH in Zurich. In 1943 their son, Rainer Hildebrandt, was arrested as a conscientious objector and imprisoned under the charge of military subversion.

Immediately following the war, Hans resumed his teaching position and retired in 1948 with a reduced pension, requiring him to continue writing and publishing until his death in 1957. The most significant publication of this later period was his revised monograph on the artist Oskar Schlemmer,1952. Lily Hildebrandt remained a prominent figure in Stuttgart cultural life. She exhibited her own work in the 1961 exhibition "Hölzel und sein Kreis." Lily assisted her son in creating a compendium of her late husband's work and was a close companion of the sculptor Peter Fitz until her death in 1974.


Scope and Content of Collection

The collection is an essentially complete record of Hans Hildebrandt's life and work. It includes numerous examples of his articles for art magazines and the popular press, as well as copies of his lectures publicizing the work of modern artists and architects. These manuscripts address a broad array of topics relevant to the European avant-garde, including the work of women artists, other artists, architecture, and mural painting. A large file of research notes and manuscripts address the decorative arts (Der Schmuck). Correspondence includes letters from many of Germany's leading artists and architects. There are personal photographs of the Hildebrandts and their artist friends, as well as research photographs relating to Hans Hildebrandt's writing projects. Lily Hildebrandt's papers include intimate letters from Walter Gropius recounting details of the architect's personal life and the administration of the Bauhaus.

The following figures are featured in the Hildebrandt papers: Bruno Adler, Joseph Albers, Alexander Archipenko, Willi Baumeister, Max Bill, Julius and Lisbeth Bissier, Hans Brühlmann, Marc and Ida Chagall, Le Corbusier, Franz Delitzsch, Richard Döcker, Katherine Dreier, Hermann Finsterlin, Giedion-Welcker, Walter Gropius, Hugo Häring, Hanna Höch, Adolf Hölzel, Bernhard Hoetger, Johannes Itten, Paul Klee, Daniel Henry Kahnweiler, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Maria Marc, Lászlo Moholy-Nagy, Amédée Ozenfant, Heinz Rasch, Alfred Roth, Oskar Schlemmer, Kurt Schwitters, Hugo Stenner, Henry van de Velde, Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Theodor Werner, Walter Wörn, Hugo Wolf.

Arrangement note

The papers are organized in 6 series:
Series I: Hans Hildebrandt's personal papers, 1899-1978 (boxes 1-3);
Series II: Hans Hildebrandt's bibliographies and reviews, 1908-1957 (boxes 3-5);
Series III: Hans Hildebrandt's manuscripts and publications, 1907-1961 (boxes 6-35, 64);
Series IV: Hans and Lily Hildebrandt's correspondence, 1901-1974 (boxes 36-42);
Series V: Hans and Lily Hildebrandt's photographs, ca. 1905-1960 (boxes 43-59);
Series VI: Lily Hildebrandt's papers, 1907-1979 (boxes 60-63).


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Indexing Terms

Subjects - Names

Altdorfer, Albrecht, ca. 1480-1538
Hildebrandt, Hans
Hildebrandt, Lily, 1887-1974
Schlemmer, Oskar, 1888-1943

Subjects - Topics

Architecture, Modern
Art criticism
Art historians
Art, Modern
Art--Germany--Stuttgart
Avant-garde (Aesthetics)--Germany
Jewelry--History
Women artists

Contributors

Albers, Josef
Archipenko, Alexander, 1887-1964
Arp, Jean, 1887-1966
Baumeister, Willi , 1889-1955
Bill, Max, 1908-1994
Chagall, Marc, 1887-1985
Gropius, Walter, 1883-1969
Höch, Hannah, 1889-1978
Hölzel, Adolf, 1853-1934
Le Corbusier, 1887-1965
Schlemmer, Oskar, 1888-1943

Related Material

Upon receiving this collection in 1985, the repository removed approximately 200 b&w photographs of modern art and integrated them into the twentieth-century european painting and sculpture section in the Photo Study collection. These photographs comprise a small archive of 20th century German and French art with particular emphasis on German Expressionism, Constructivism, and abstract art. For an alphabetical list of represented artists, see Box 59 folder 1.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Hans and Lily Hildebrandt papers, 1899-1979, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 850676.

http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifa850676

Acquisition Information

The Hildebrandt papers were acquired from the Hildebrandt estate in 1985. As part of the acquisition process, the archive was initially arranged and described by the archivist at the Bauhaus Archiv before it was shipped to the Getty Center.

Processing History

Photographs of architecture previously separated to Accn. no. 850676B have been reintegrated, now in Series V. Material also moved into this collection from Accn. no. 860334 (biography of Hans Hildebrandt, gift of Magdalena Droste), and 860947 (additional materials acquired from Rainer Hildebrandt).

Scott Wolf and Jocelyn Gibbs re-processed and described this collection in 1997. Scott Wolf wrote this finding aid. Magdalena Droste's catalog and biographical essays assisted in this effort.


Container List

Series I. Hans Hildebrandt's personal papers, 1899-1978 ca. 1 lin. ft. 3 boxes
The personal papers include private manuscripts, correspondence, biographical materials, bibliographies, and awards. Materials by Hildebrandt include examples of his early creative writing, his poetry, plays, sketch books, and artistic designs.
Box
1 Personal biographical papers and correspondence, 1901-1957
1 1 Manuscripts: biographical summary of Hans and Lily Hildebrandt by Magdalena Droste
1 2-10 Personal papers: certificates, school and other official documents
1 11 Calling card with a poem by Hans Hildebrandt, 1901
1 12 Danksangung, 1953
1 13 Rundbrief des Herrn Rektors Storts, 18 Jan 1938
1 14 Selected excerpts of H.H. writings
1 15 Press clipppings about Hans Hildebrandt, 1926-1934
1 16 Press clipppings about Hans Hildebrandt, 1937-1956
1 17 Press clipppings about Hans Hildebrandt, 1957-1978
1 18 Correspondence, Wiedergutmachungssachte, 1945
1 19 Honors conferred on Hans Hildebrandt
1 20 Correspondence regarding teaching, Zurich and Stuttgart, 1917-1937
1 21 Lecture topics and proposals, including CAA notes, 1939
1 22 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt (eulogy), 1957
1 23 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt by Max Bader, 1957
1 24 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt by Alfred Roth 1957
1 25 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt by Rainer Hildebrandt, 1957
1 26 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt, 1957
1 27 Manuscripts by Rainer Hildebrandt about Hans Hildebrandt on his 70th birthday, 1948
1 28 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt, by Leopold Zahn
1 29 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt by Rainer Hildebrandt, 1957
1 30 Manuscripts about Hans Hildebrandt by Rainer Hildebrandt; 1957
1 31 Applications for teaching positions Kiel, Stuttgart, Basel, , , 1922 1927 1938
Box
2 Biographical notes, manuscripts, and correspondence, 1899-1968
2 1 Manuscripts concerning Hans Hildebrandt by Franz Roh and Walter Gropius
2 2 Correspondence, Lily Hildebrandt, 1910-1968
2 3 Correspondence, Lily Hildebrandt, 1968
2 4 Typescript biographical notes; Hans Hildebrandt's Lebenslauf, n.d.
2 5 Typescript biographical notes; & Hans Hildebrandt's Lebenslauf; n.d.
2 6 Personal notes and typescripts by Hans Hildebrandt, n.d.
2 7 Manuscript concerning Hans Hildebrandt, by Rainer Hildebrandt, 1957
2 8 Biographical notes and chronologies on Hans Hildebrandt by Rainer and Lily Hildebrandt, n.d.
2 9 Typescript biographical notes on Hans Hildebrandt and his relationship to France, n.d.
2 10 Typescript biographical notes on Hans Hildebrandt and his relationship to Switzerland, n.d.
2 11 Typescript biographical notes by Franz Roh, n.d.
2 12 Typescript press report on the International Sculpture Competition
2 13 Hans Hildebrandt sketch book, Freiburg, n.d.
2 14 Hans Hildebrandt notebook with dedication to Lilly, 3 Apr 1933
2 15 Hans Hildebrandt personal address book with autograph bibliographical notes, n.d.
2 16 Hans Hildebrandt sketch book, Italian landscapes, 14 Apr 1900
2 17 Hans Hildebrandt and "Ludwig," printed translation, "Sapphos und Anakreons" 1901
2 18 Hans Hildebrandt printed copy with dedication, "Idyllen aus einer deutschen Kleinstadt" 1903
2 19 Hans Hildebrandt printed copy, "Mein Sommernachtstraum," and "Mein Winternachtstraum" 18 Jul 1899-19 Jul 1899
2 20 Hans Hildebrandt printed copy of his collected poems and one autograph poem, "Ein Erlebnis" 1904
2 21 Hans Hildebrandt printed copy of his poems, "Das Amulet," and, "Orientalisches Märchen" (with dedications), 1902
2 22 Hans Hildebrandt, printed copy of his poem, "Kleinere Dichtungen aus vergangenen Jahren" n.d.
2 23 Hans Hildebrandt, printed copy of his poem, "Ludwigs Alte Bude oder Anakreon und Commis" 1904
2 24 Hans Hildebrandt, individual autograph and printed poems, n.d.
2 25 Hans Hildebrandt, notebook of poems, "Erinnerung an den " 29 April 1899
2 26 Hans Hildebrandt, typescript poems and manuscripts, n.d.
Box
3 Poems, plays, and artwork, 1910-1933
3 1 Poems, 2 items, n.d.
3 2 Play "Amulett" and related correspondence, 1914
3 3 Play, "Fata Morgana," n.d.
3 4 Art works, n.d.
3 5 Art works: design for a lamp, n.d.
3 6 Art works: design for a gravestone, n.d.
3 7 Art works: sketches, n.d.
3 8 Art works: drawing for furniture, n.d.
3 9 Art works: designs for watermarks, n.d.
3 10 Art works: designs for "Rena," (brochure) n.d.
3 11 Art works: photo of tapestries hangings designed for Rainer Hildebrandt, n.d.
3 12 Art works: dragon for Rainer, puppet or mask, printed pages, n.d.
3 13 Designs for games (Rexspiel, Ringspiel), n.d.
3 14 Art works: caricature of Professor Gustsav Pazaurek, n.d.
duplicate drawings, proof sheets and journal
3 15 Photographs of caricatures and drawings, I
[See folder 7 for originals]
3 16 Photographs of caricatures and drawings, II, n.d.
[See folder 7 for originals]
Series II. Hans Hildebrandt's bibliographies and reviews, 1908-1957 ca. 1 lin. ft. 3 boxes
Research on artists and book reviews of Hildebrant's books includes typed and printed reviews, clippings, catalogues, and correspondence related to Hildebrandt's published works. Hildebrandt organized the material in three sections: artist bibliographies, publisher's advertisements and book reviews. Within each section, material is arranged chronologically or by theme (i.e. Kunst und Krieg, Die Frau als Kunstlerin).
Box Folder
3 17-29 Bibliographies, , 1910-1934 n.d.
3 17 Research bibliography - several versions and copies
3 18 Artist bibliography: Wili Baumeister
3 19 Artist bibliography: Hans Bruhlmann
3 20 Artist bibliography: Chagall
3 21 Artist bibliography: Joseph Eberz
3 22 Artist bibliography: Adolf Holzel
3 23 Artist bibliography: Johannes Itten
3 24 Artist bibliography: Kandinsky
3 25 Artist bibliography: Paul Klee
3 26 Artist bibliography: Franz Marc
3 27 Artist bibliography: Pablo Picasso
3 28 Artist bibliography: selected contributions to journals, 1910-1934
3 29 Bibliography of Hans Hildebrandt's writings on art with research notes
Box
4 Prospectus and reviews of Hans Hildebrandt's books, . 1908-1953
4 1 Printed prospectus, Stuttgart, 1953
4 2 Printed prospectus, Oskar Schlemmer, 1952
4 3 Printed prospectus, Die Frau als Künstlerin; 1928
4 4 Printed prospectus, Alexander Archipenko, 1923
4 5 Printed prospectus, translation, Le Corbusier, Kommende Baukunst, 1926
4 6 Printed prospectus, Der Expressionismus in der Malerie, 1919
4 7 Printed prospectus, Wandmalerie ihr Wesen und ihre Gesetze, 1920
4 8 Printed prospectus, Stuttgarter Bühnenkunst, 1916-1917
4 9 Printed prospectus, Krieg und Kunst, 1916
4 10 Printed prospectus, Adolf Hölzel als Zeichner, 1917
4 11 Printed prospectus, Die Provence, 1909
4 12 Inventory of reviews, Hans Hildebrandt works
4 13 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Die Architektur bei Albrecht Altdorfer, 1908
4 14 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Provence, 1909
4 15 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Regensburg, 1910
4 16 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Adolf Hölzel als Zeichner, 1913
4 17 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Pellegrini, 1914
4 18 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Platanenhain, ein Monumentalwerk von Bernhard Hoetgers, 1916
4 19 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Stuttgarter Bühnenkunst, 1916-1917
4 20 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Der Expressionismus in der Malerie, 1921
4 21 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Wandmalerei. Ihr Wesen und ihre Gesetze, 1920
4 22 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Archipenko, 1923
4 23 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt, Hans Brühlmann 1923
4 24 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt's translation, Le Corbusier, Kommende Baukunst, 1926
4 25 Newspaper reviews of Corbusier and Jeanneret's, Zwei Wohnungen, 1927
4 26 Newspaper reviews of Hans Hildebrandt's translation, Le Corbusier, Stadtebau, 1928
Box
5 Reviews of HH books, ca. 1916-1954
5 1 Kunst und Krieg, reviews (organized by city, journal title or reviewer): Augsburg, 1916
5 2 Reviews, Basel, 1917
5 3 Reviews, Adolf Behne
5 4 Reviews, Berlin
5 5 Reviews, Bern
5 6 Reviews, Breslau
5 7 Reviews, Dekorative Kunst
5 8 Reviews, Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration
5 9 Reviews, Kurk Freyer
5 10 Reviews, Hamburg
5 11 Reviews, Heilbronn (by Theodore Heuss)
5 12 Reviews, Köln
5 13 Reviews, München
5 14 Reviews, Niederlande
5 15 Reviews, Prag
5 16 Reviews, Sozialistishe Monatshafte
5 17 Reviews, Sowjetunion
5 18 Reviews, Stuttgart
5 19 Reviews, Wien
5 20 Reviews, Wiesbaden
5 21 Reviews, West, Robert
5 22 Reviews, Wilnar
5 23 Die Frau als Kunstlerin, list of critics and prospectus for the book
5 24 Die Frau als Kunstlerin, excerpts
5 25 Die Frau als Kunsterin, reviews (unknown sources)
5 26 Die Frau als Kunsterin, reviews (organized by city or journal/reviewer) - Berlin
5 27 Reviews, Bern
5 28 Reviews, Breslau
5 29 Reviews, Braunschweig
5 30 Reviews, Chicago Tribune
5 31 Reviews, Danzig
5 32 Reviews, Dresden
5 33 Reviews, Frankfurt
5 34 Reviews, Neue Deutsche Frauenzeitschrift
5 35 Reviews, Hamburg
5 36 Reviews, Hannover
5 37 Reviews, Heilbronn
5 38 Reviews, Karlsruhe
5 39 Reviews, Kassel
5 40 Reviews, Köln
5 41 Reviews, Leipzig
5 42 Reviews, Milwaukee
5 43 Reviews, Roedel, Urban (pseud. Bruno Adler)
5 44 Reviews, Stuttgart
5 45 Reviews, Svenska Dagbladet
5 46 Reviews, Wien
5 47 Reviews, Zurich
5 48 Handbuch der Kunstwissenschaft die Kunst des 19 n. 20 Jahrhunderts - list of reviews and clippings, 1927
5 49 Reviews, 1931-1933
5 50 Reviews, Stuttgart, , 1933 1953
5 51 Reviews, Matisse, 1953
5 52 Reviews, Rolf Wagner, 1954
Series III. Hans Hildebrandt's manuscripts and publications, 1907-1961 ca. 12 lin. ft. 30 boxes
Manuscripts and publications includes research materials, typed manuscripts, lectures, clippings of published articles and reviews, and photographic illustrations for Hildebrandt's various publications. Some of these materials have been organized by theme, such as Der Schmuck, Wandmalerei, Die Frau als Kunstlerin, Die Kunst des 19. Und 20. Jahrhunderts: Handbuch der Kunstwissenschaft, and Maler als Dichter --Dichter als Maler, Die moderne Kunst in ihren Theorien, Die Bedeutung des Materials, Aus der Maltechnik geboren, and Problem der Form. Some of these thematic categories are titles of books, articles and lectures by Hildebrandt. Hildebrandt's articles published in magazines and newspapers are arranged chronologically, 1907-1961, often accompanied by typed manuscripts and offprints. There are also manuscripts, monographs, reviews, gallery talks and notes on modern artists, arranged alphabetically by artist. Notable artists and collectors covered in this series include Josef Albers, Hans Arp, Ernst Barlach, Hans Bruhlmann, Willi Baumeister, H.A.P. Grieshaber, Walter Gropius, von der Heydt, Adolf Hölzel, Berhard Hoetger, Hermann Stenner, Oskar Schlemmer, Henry van de Velde, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, and Hugo Wolf.
Box
6 Lectures and exhibition reviews, 1916-1943
6 1 Hans Hildebrandt lectures, Wandmalerei, Bau und Bild, 1921-1938
6 2 Hans Hildebrandt assorted lectures, 1924-1938
6 3 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Die Frau als Künstlerin, 1928-1934
6 4 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kunst und Leben, n.d.
6 5 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kunstentwicklung des 19. Jahrhunderts, n.d.
6 6 Table of contents, reviews of Hans Hildebrandt's lectures, 1916-1932
6 7 Hans Hildebrandt lectures concerning, Künstler der Goethezeit, Ein neues Goethe-Bild, 1928-1936
6 8 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Dichter als Maler - Maler als Dichter, 1935-1938
6 9 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Wechselbezeihungen deutscher und italienischer Kunst, 1943
6 10 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Alt-Kultur am Bodensee, 1936
6 11 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kunst als Spiegel der Völkerseelen, 1936
6 12 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Lenbach, ca. 1935
6 13 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Correggio, 1934
6 14 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Raumproblem in der Modernen Malerei, 1933
6 15 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Internationale Kunst nach der Krieg, 1933
6 16 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kongress für Niederlandische Literatur- und Geistesgeschichte, 1932-1933
6 17 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Picasso, 1932
6 18 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Vom Expressionismus zum Konstruktionismus und zur Neuen Sachlichkeit, 1928
6 19 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kunstunterricht an Hochsculen, 1928
6 20 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, 1921
6 21 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Stuttgarter Kunstleben, 1920
6 22 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Expressionismus in der Malerei, 1919
6 23 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Kunst und Nationalität, 1919
6 24 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Monumental Malerei, 1916-1917
6 25 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, Die Moderne Kunst und ihre Herkunft, 1916
6 26 Hans Hildebrandt lectures and reviews on Adolf Hölzel, 1954
6 27 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on the Adolf Hölzel exhibition, Reuttingen, 1956
6 28 Hans Hildebrandt lectures, on Adolf Hölzel, 1947-1955
6 29 Hans Hildebrandt lecture and reviews on Willi Baumeister, 1954-1956
6 30 Hans Hildebrandt lecture and reviews on Kahnweiler, 1957
6 31 Hans Hildebrandt lecture and reviews on Hermann Steiner, 1956
6 32 Hans Hildebrandt lectures on the Meister der Moderne, 1955
6 33 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Wandmalerei, 1954
6 34 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Helmut Baumann, 1954
6 35 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Rolf Wagner, 1953
6 36 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Französischen Malerei, 1952
6 37 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Werkakademie Kassel, 1951
6 38 Hans Hildebrandt lecture on Wesen und Gegenwartsprobleme des Wandmalerei, 1950
6 39 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Ursprung und Wesen des Gegenstandslosen Kunst, 1950
6 40 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Vom Impressionismus bis zur Gegenwart, 1949
6 41 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Vortrag in Backnang, 1949
6 42 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Werdegang und Strömungen der Modernen Malerei, 1949
6 43 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Die Gegenwärtige lage der Kunst in Deutschland, Zürich, 1948
6 44 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Heinz, Trökes, 1948
6 45 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Seurat und Neoimpressionismus Kunsthalle Mannheim, 1955
6 46 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Vortrag im Volksbildungswerk Mühlacker, 1954
6 47 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Moholy-Nagy, 1953
6 48 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Über Moderne Kunst, 1952
6 49 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Die Anfänge der Modernen Kunst in Stuttgart, 1951
6 50 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Max Ernst, 1950
6 51 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Moderne Französische Malerei, 1949
6 52 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Das Bild als Kunstwerk und die Naturtreue, 1948
6 53 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Kulturwochen in Konstanz, 1946
6 54 Hans Hildebrandt lecture, on Tübinger Kunstwoche, 1946
Box
7 Research notes, der Schmuck; thematically arranged, A-L, 1936-1937
7 1 Abbildungen
7 2 Adresen
7 3 Aegypten
7 4 Annales de al Société Archaeologique de Namar (excerpt)
7 5 Arten
7 6 Atlantis
7 7 Assam
7 8 Aufnahmen
7 9 Augsburg
7 10 Augsburg
7 11 Ausstellung
7 12 Australien
7 13 Bali
7 14 Basel
7 15 Belgien
7 16 Benakis, Antonios
7 17 Berlin
7 18 Bern
7 19 Bossert, Helmut Theodor (article)
7 20 Burma
7 21 China
7 22 Cromwell (English restoration drama)
7 23 Darmstadt
7 24 Edelsteine (excerpt by Lorenz)
7 25 England
7 26 Etrusker
7 27 Festkronen
7 28 Fohr
7 29 Forschungsinstitut für Kulturmorphologie
7 30 Frankengraber
7 31 Frankfurt
7 32 Frankreich
7 33 Frauenkult
7 34 Genf
7 35 Germanisch
7 36 Germanisches Nationalmuseum
7 37 Geyer, Ernst Moritz
7 38 Gormar
7 39 Gies, Ludwig
7 40 Goldschmiede
7 41 Grieschenland
7 42 Den Haag
7 43 Hallwilsche Samlingen
7 44 Halsband
7 45 Haupt, Otto
7 46 Heinrich I. (clipping about Henry I.)
7 47 Henriet (letter to M. Henriet, ) 1937
7 48 Holland, 1 page, notes concerning the museum
7 49 Hutschmuck, 1 page
7 50 Indianer (1 clipping concerning "cowboys and indians")
7 51 Indien (several clipping concerning India)
7 52 Italien
7 53 Jade, 1 clipping
7 54 Japan, 1 clipping
7 55 Jugoslawien, 1 pencil drawing of jewelry
7 56 Junyu, 1 page, notes concerning Dr. Junyu
7 57 Karlsruhe, 20 pages, typed notes
7 58 Köln
7 59 Konigsberg, 1 clipping, 1 letter
7 60 Korea, 2 pages, typed notes
7 61 Korrespondence, 50 pages, 1936-1938
7 62 Kreta, 1 page, typed notes
7 63 Krickeburg, photocopied article by Krickeburg concerning Altkolumbische Gold
7 64 Landerverzeichnis für Schmuck Fotos
7 65 Lao-Tse, 1 typed page, with quote from Lao-Tse
7 66 Leoen-Intze, Helene, 1 letter from her to Hans Hildebrandt, 1936
7 67 Literatur (Verzeichnis & Exzerpte) -1, ca. 20 pp.
7 68 Literatur - 2, ca. 20 pp., handwritten notes
7 69 Literatur - 3, ca. 25pp., lists and notes
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8 Research notes, der Schmuck (L-Z)
8 1 London, 1 p. typed notes
8 2 Luther, Martin, 1 clipping
8 3 Marburg, 2 pp. handwritten notes and drawings
8 4 Material, 9 pp. typed lists of artworks
8 5 Mesopotamien, 1 p. typed notes with drawing
8 6 Moderner Frauenschmuck, 2 clippings with annotations
8 7 Munchen, ca. 20 pp. typed notes
8 8 Museen in Grossbritannien, ca. 30 pp. notes and corresp.
8 9 Museen und Museumsleiter, 2 pp typed notes
8 10 Nephrit, 1 clipping
8 11 Oslo, 2 letters to Hans Hildebrandt, 1936
8 12 Oxus-Schatz, 1 p typed notes
8 13 Pantheon, 1 p notes
8 14 Papuas, 1 clipping
8 15 Paris, ca. 12 pp typed notes
8 16 Pazaurek, ca. 15 pp notes
8 17 Perser, 1 clipping
8 18 Pietrossa, 1 p notes
8 19 Pfiffer, Dorothea, 1 p.
8 20 Polten, F., Warum Menschen Fressen, 1 photocopied article
8 21 Pommern, 1 clipping
8 22 Religiose Schmucksachen und Anhanger, 1 photocopied article
8 23 Rembrandt, 1 clipping
8 24 Rentierjagerkultur, 1 clipping
8 25 Schaffhausen, a typed list
8 26 Schemata von Schliessen, 2 pp notes with drawings
8 27 Schmuck auf Bildern, 2 pp notes & clipping
8 28 Schweiz, ca. 30 pp. typed notes
8 29 Spanisch
8 30 Stoedtner, Franz (Lichtbildanstalt), ca. 10 pp typed notes
8 31 Stuttgart, 1 p notes & 6 photographic postcards
8 32 Sumatra, 1 clipping
8 33 Talismane, 1 typed list
8 34 Thron, 1 clipping
8 35 Tibet, 1 p typed notes
8 36 Turkemen-Braut, 1 clipping
8 37 Ulm, 2 pp typed notes
8 38 Ungarn, clippings
8 39 Versteigerungen, 12 pp typed notes
8 40 Villiers, Elizabeth, ca. 50 pp. typed notes from her book
8 41 Volkskunst, clippings & notes
8 42 West Afrika, clippings
8 43 Wiesbaden, 6 pp notes with drawings
8 44 WMF material, 5 pp handwritten notes
8 45 Zululand, 1 clipping
8 46 Unidentified, assorted clippings and handwritten notes with drawings, ca. 30 pp.
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9 Photographic illustrations, der Schmuck
9 1-15 Photographic illustrations collected on theme of der Schmuck (Hefte V.-VIII, No.102), n.d.
9 10 Photographic illustrations, der Schmuck
9 1-8 Photographic illustrations, der Schmuck (P. VIII-P.IX, No.23), n.d.
9 9-29 Photographic illustrations, der Schmuck (No.386-1619), n.d.
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11 Manuscripts and illustrations, der Schmuck
11 1-11 Photographic illustrations, der Schmuck (1620-2014), n.d.
11 12 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (introduction) n.d.
11 13 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (pp.1-16) n.d.
11 14 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (introduction) n.d.
11 15 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (introduction, pp.1-24) n.d.
11 16 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (introduction, pp.1-24) n.d.
11 17 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (introduction, pp.1-24) n.d.
11 18 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Der Form, pp.1-27) n.d.
11 19 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Der Form, pp.1-27) n.d.
11 20 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Das Zeitalter des Empire) n.d.
11 21 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Das Zeitalter des Empire) n.d.
11 22 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Das Zeitalter des Empire) n.d.
11 23 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Das Material) n.d.
11 24 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Mode und Schmuck) 3rd edition n.d.
11 25 Manuscript, der Schmuck, (Schmuck, Quellen d. Kenntnis) n.d.
11 26 Manuscript, photographs, clippings, der Schmuck (Aegypten) n.d.
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12 Research files and documentation, Wandmalerei, 1915-1957
12 1 (B) Bato, Joseph; Baldung, Hans; Kunst am Bau; Bison, Giuseppe; Bollacher, Alfred; Boucher; Braunfels; Breisach; Byzanz
12 2 (C) China; Chini, G; Clément, Charles; Cornelius; S.Cosma e Damino; Cremona; Curtius, Ludwig
12 3 (D-E) Darmstadt; Delphi; Deutsche Wandmaleri der Gegenwart (Ausstellungen); Eberhardt; Eibner, Alexander; Eichhorst; Esslingen; Etruskisch
12 4 (F) Felskunst; Finnland; Florenz; Piero de la Francesca; Französisch; Frate Giovanni da Fiesole; Freiburg; Fresco
12 5 (G) Ghirlandajo; Glasgemälde und Mosaik
12 6 (G-J) Giotto; Gotisch; Griechisch; Gruss, Franz; Hess, Heinrich; Hess, Peter; Hoelzel, Adolf; Indisch; Iranische Fresken; Japan; Jugoslawisch
12 7 (K-L) Keim-Technik; Krahe, Lambert; Kreta; Lausanne; Leonardo de Vinci; Leuppi, Leo; Lippi, Filippo; Literaturhinweise; Luini, Bernardo
12 8 (M-O) Marburg; Maree, Hans von; Mexiko; Michelangelo; Mineralfarbenmalerei; Mittenwald; Mondrian; Mosaik; München; Ostwalds Technik der Monumentalmalerei
12 9 (P-R) Peiner, Werner; Pellegrini, A.H.; Pompeyi; Ravenna; Reile; Adolf; Rom
12 10 (S) Schinkel; Schaffhausen; Schmid, Hans; Schnorr; Schwedisch; Schweiz; Siena; Signorelli; Slevogt; Spanisch-Französisch; Stocker; Stoecklin, Nicolas; Stuttgart
12 11 (T-Z) Tapete; French Tapestries; Tapeten; Tintoretto; Urmensch; Vasari; Le Vigne; Wandteppich; Weltgerichstafel im Vatikan; Würzburg; Zürich
12 12 Documentation on mural painting, list of slides, misc. or unidentified materials, n.d.
12 13 Documentation on the theater arts (B-E) Deutsche Dramatische Gesellschaft; Einsiedeln; August; Endell; Otto Erhardt
12 14 Documentation on the theater arts (F-K) Figurenspieg; Valeska, Gert; Goethe; Yvette Guilbert
12 15 Documentation on the theater arts (L-M)
12 16 Documentation on the theater arts (N-R)
12 17 Documentation on the theater arts (S-Z)
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13 Research files, Die Frau als Kunstlerin
13 1 (A) Marguerite Ammann, Annie Auge, Renate Autenruth, Ernst Alfred Aye (with 2 letters from Aye), Bettina von Arnim
13 2 (B) Bele Bachem, Katherine Barjansky, Marie Bashkirtseff, Charlotte Berend-Corinth, Maria Braun-Ronsdorf, Maria Blanchard, Lina Bo, Dora Brandenburg-Polster, Ella Bürgin-Turner, Marie von Brunsen, Lilja Busse
13 3 (C) Ruth Cahn, Rosalba Carriera, Maria Caspar-Filser, Franziska Claussen, Emma Cotta
13 4 (D) Dorothea A. Dreier, Katherine S. Dreier (with manuscript)
13 5 (E) Anette von Eckhardt
13 6 (F) Noemi Ferenczi, "Frauenbund zur Förderung deutscher bildender Kunst," Erna Frank
13 7 (G) Margarethe Garthe (vitae & autograph letter), Anna Gehring, Anna Goldthwaite (typed letter), Dora Gordine, Gossweiler-Portner, Paula Grogger
13 8 (H) "Die Frau im Kunstgewerbe" (with postcards and letters from Museum directors), Else Hecht, Elli Heimann, Kartherine Heise, Marliche Hinz, Dora Hitz (with manuscript)
13 9 (I) "Indische Malerin"
13 10 (J) "Japanische Malerinnen," Elfriede Jungk, Maria Jutz, Mely Joseph, Laiel Capelle-Joseph (with autograph letters)
13 11 (K) Hanne-Nüte Kämmerer, Grete Kaltenecker, Angelika Kauffmann, Georgia O'Keeffe, Ida Kerkovius,, Helene Kirschke, Friede Köper-Anton, Käthe Kollwitz, Käthe Kruse, "Verein der Künstlerinnen," Elisabeth Kuyper
13 12 (L) Sacha Lackner, Clara von Beulwitz (1 autograph letter), Else Laster-Schüler, Marie Laurenein, Tamara Lempida, Alice Lenhard-Falkenstein, Monica Lepsius-Berneberg, Ella Lettre, Therese Lindner, Carlone A. Lloyd, Tille Lorch, Madeleine Luka, Marietta Lydis
13 13 (M) "Die Frauen von Mailu," Mathilde von Württemberg, Ruth Meier, Hedi Metzke-Rovira, Alice Michaelis, Katja Meirosky, Dore Mönckemeyer-Corty, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Marg Moll,Gabriele Münter (with manuscript), Käthe Münzer-Neumann
13 14 (N) Hanna Nagel, Christiane Naubereit, Margarete Naumann, Christa del Negro, Lore Niessner, Maria Neppert-Boehland
13 15 (O) Chana Orlowa, Benita Otte
13 16 (P) Käte Paech, Helene Perdriat, Gulla Pfeffer, Hedwig Pfizenmayer, Erna Pinner, Maria Proeles
13 17 (Q) "Querschnitt"
13 18 (R) Hedwig Rades, Anita Ree, Lotte Reiniger, I. S. Richter, "Verlag Richter," Ottilie Wilhelmine Roederstein, Emmy Roeder, Agees Roghe, Jacques Rosenthal
13 19 (S) Olga Sacharowa, "Saffa-Theater," Käthe Schaller-Härlin, Ruth Schaumann, Hilda Schmid-Jesser, Oda Schottmüller, Grete Schütte-Lihotzky, Martel Schwichtenberg
13 20 (S) "Die Schule der Frau," Margrit Schweicher, Ludovike Simanowiz, Anna Simons, Ilona Singer, Susi Singer-Schinnerl, Mitzi Solomon, Anni Stebler-Kopf, Milly Steger, Käthe Steinitz, Käthe Louise Rosenstock, Clementine Stockar-Escher, Maria Strakosch, Rosa Studer-Koch
13 21 (T) Sophie H. Taeuber-Arp, Alice Trübner
13 22 (U-V) Natalie Unkalunt, Susanne Vakadon, Marie Vassilieff
13 23 (W) Nell walden-Heimann, Anna Waser, Deutcher Werkbund, Woty Werner, Vally Wieselthier, Hedwig Woermann, Julie Wolfthorn, "Modern-Spiegel," Julie Wolfthorn
13 24 (Z) "Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft," Leni Zimmermann-Heitmüller, Emmy Zweybrück-Prochaska
13 25 Assorted letters concerning Die Frau als Künstlerin, and lists (4 items)
13 26 Andrucke, clippings of illustrations
13 27 Andrucke, clippings of illustrations
13 28 Autograph notes, Die Frau als Künstlerin
13 29 Press notices, "Auszüge aus Pressestimmen für den Weihnachtsprospekt"
13 30 Typescript, partial manuscripts, partial draft, ca. 30 pp.
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14 Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (A-B)
14 1 (A) Abel; Achenbach, Andreas; Achenbach, Oswald; Ackermann, Max; Africa (Contemporary African Art in Central Africa); Aivasorsky; Albers; Allianz-Verlag; Alt F.; Alt R.V.; Altherr; Ambrosi, G.; Amerikanische Malerei; Amerling, Fredrich von; Künstler-Anekdoten
14 2 (A) Architektur
14 3 (A-B) Ausstellung Aquarelle deutscher Maler; Arnold; Arp; Baden-Baden (Ausstellung); Baerwind; Bampi; Barlach; Barye; Bato; Bauknecht; Baumann
14 4 (B) Baumeister, Willi
14 5 (B) Baumeister, Willi
14 6 (B) Baumeister, Willi
14 7 (B) Baumeister, Willi
14 8 (B) Baumeister, Willi
14 9 (B) Becker; Beckmann; Behn; Belgische Malerei (Excerpt nach Muther) Belling, Rudolf; Benic; Bense; Berlin, Nationalgalerie (Notizen zur Ausstellung, ); Bernsteinschule; Biese; Bissier; Blechen; Bleeker; von Bode; L. Bode; Böde; Böcklin; Bloomer 1934
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15 Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (B-G)
15 1 (B) Bollschweiler, Bonnard, Braques, Bredt, Brenninger, Breton, Breyer, Brinckmann, Brühlmann, Bruckmann (catalogue).
15 2 (B) Buchdrucker, Buchholz, Bürkel, Burckhardt, Burger, Burnitz, Bury, Busch.
15 3 (C) Calame, Canzler, Cavael, Cadel, Cameron, Carpeaux, Carrà, Caspar, Carriére, Cézanne, Chagall.
15 4 (C) Chabanne, Champion, Chatisson, Citroën, Christliche Kunst, Cocteau, Coester, Coquiot, Corbusier, Corinth, Cornelius, Corot, Coubine, Courbet, Crane.
15 5 (D) Dänische Malerei, Daffinger, Dali, Dannecker, Danziger Stadtmuseum, Daumier Davringhausen.
15 6 (D) Degas, Dehio, Dejean, Delacroix, Denis, Derain, Dessoir, Dettmann, Deutsche Kunstler, Deutscher Werkbund.
15 7 (D) Diez, Dietz, Dill, Disney, Dix, Doecker, Domnick (catalogue), Doré, Dorner, Dresden, Dufy, Düberg, Durrschnabel, Durieux.
15 8 (E) Edzard, Ehnig, Ehses, Ehlers, Eichler, Eisenguss, Eichhorn, Englehardt, Engert, (E) Englische Malerei, Ensor, Erbslöh, Erler, Jupp Ernst.
15 9 (F) Fahrner, Faiss, Faure, Fedier, Feininger, Fei, Felixmüller, Finnische Kunst, Firle, K. Fischer, C. Fischer, T. Fischer, Fitton, Fitz, Fohr, Forain.
15 10 (F) Forbat, Frankenstein, Frank, Frankl, S.Frankfurt, Frey, C. D. Friedrich, G. A. Friedrich, Fries, Friesz, Führich, Fuhr, Fujita, Futurismus + Faschismus, unidentified F.
15 11 (G) Gorge, Hugo; Gaugin; Gaul August; Gebrauchsgrafik (nach Schneider); Geibel, Hermann; Geiger, Willi; Genelli; Gerbig, Alexander; Gewerbeschau, München; Gies; Giese; Gilles; Girod; Christian; Glas (Werke aus...); Gleizes
15 12 (G) Gorge, Hugo; Göppinger (Plastics); Goeritz, Mathias; Goethe; Götze; van Gogh; Goya; Goncourt; Gothein; Graef; Graf; Greiner; Grieshaber; Griffith; Grohmann, Willi; Gropius
15 13 (G) Walter Gropius
15 14 (G) Walter Gropius
15 15 (G) Grossberg, Carl; Georg Grosz; Gulbransson, O.; Guys Constantin
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16 Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (H-M)
16 1 (H) Habermann, Hacker, Häring, Sammlung Hahnloser, Haider, Hamburger Landeskunstschule, Maller aus Haiti, Hammershoi
16 2 (H) Hanak, Hansen, Hartlaub, Hasselhorst, Heckel, Heckendorf, Heeg, Hegenbarth, Heidelberg im Bilde, Heidingsteld, Heine, Th.; Heiliger, Excerpt nach Heinse, Hellwag
16 3 (H) Hengeller, Henning, Herterich, Hess, Henler, Hildebrandt, E. Hirschfield, Hipp, Sammlung Hirschberg, Hodler, Höch, H., Henchler
16 4 (H) Hölzel, Adolf (ca. 30 pp. Letters notes, clippings & manuscripts)
16 5 (H) Hoelzel (printed articles)
16 6 (H) Hoetger, Hofner, Hoffman, J.; Hofmann, L.v.; Hofmann, O.; Höllandische konstrukti, Hubbuch, K.; Hübner, Hüther, Hummel, Humor in der Malerei, Hundertwasser
16 7 (I) illustrationen, Imkamp, Ingres, Interior Design, Isabey, Israëls, Italien artisten de novecento (Ausstellung, ), Itten 1929
16 8 (J) Jawlensky, Jaeckel, Jank, Japaner, Jedlicka, Jugoslawischer, Hausfleiss, Junge Deutsche Malerei, Junge Künstler
16 9 (K) Kahler, Kahnweiler, Kalckreuth Kaltwasser, Kampf dem Kitsch, Kampf, A.
16 10 (K) Kandinsky, Kanoldt, Karikatur, Kars, Kaulbach, Keller, A.von; Keramik
16 11 (K) Kerkovius, Ida, Kersting, Kinderzeichnungen, Kirchner, Kirchliche Kunst, Klee
16 12 (K) Kleint, Klenze (notiz), Klimsch, Klinger, Knappe, Knaus, Knorr, Kobell, Koch, J.A.; Koch, R.; König, G. Kogan
16 13 (K) Kokoschka, Kolbe, Kollwitz, Konstanzer, Kulturwoche, Schöpferische Kopien, Korbflechterei, Krantz.
16 14 (K) Kraus, August, Kraus, J.M.; Krayn, Kreidolf, Kreul, K; Kriegerdenkmäler, Kriegszeichnungen, Kubin, Kubismus, Kühl, Künstlerworte, Kuhn, Kunst (Mathematik und Kunst, Konkrete Kunst) Kurz
16 15 (L) Laermans, Läuger, Langhammer, Landschaftsmalerei, Landwehr, F.
16 16 (L) Laprade, Lascaux, E., Toulouse-Lautrec, Lederer, Ledoux, Léger, Legrand, Lehmbruck, Leibl, Graphischer Bund Leipzig, Leipziger Ausstellung
16 17 (L) Lenbach, Lenz, D.; Lessing, K.F.; Lichtwark, Liebermann, Lilien, K.; Liljefors, B.; Lorcher, Lohse, R.P. (catalogen), Loos, "Die moderne Siedlung" ( article); Lugo 1927
16 18 (M) Macke, August; der deutschen Märchen-Literatur; Maillol, Aristide; Mailand; Makart, Hans; Manet, Edouard; Manzu, Giacomo; Marc, Franz; Marchig, Giannio; Marcks, Gerhard; Marini, Mario
16 19 (M) Marlotta, Paolo; Masson, André; Mataré, Ewald; Matisse, Henri; May, von Ernst; Medaillen; Meidner, Ludwig; Meissonier, J.L.E.
16 20 (M) Meistermann, Georg; Melis, Fritz; Melsonns, M.; Mendelsohn, Eric
16 21 (M) der schöne Mensch; Menzel, Adolf von; Meseck, Felix; Mestrovic, Ivan; Meyer, Hannes; Mies van der Rohe; Minne, George; Millet, François; Miniatur; Miro, Joan
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17 Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (M-S)
17 1 (M) Modersohn-Becker; Moderne Kunst (Christlier); Moderne Maler (Richard Geßner); Modigliani, Amedeo; Moholy-Nagy, L; Molfenter, Hans; Monet, Claude; Moore, Henry; Morgenstern, Karl; Morgenstern, Johann Friedrich; Moser, Kolo; Moser, Werner
17 2 (M) Moser, Karl; Müller, Karl W.; Müller, Otto; Münch, Otto; Munkácsky, M.; die neue München; München; Münchner Jahresausstellung; Graphisches Kabinett, München; Münchener Illustrierte Presse; Münchner Glaspalast; Münzer, Adolf; Munch, Eduard; Muthesius.
17 3 (N) Nationalsozialismus und Kunst [See also Box 64, folders 1-3.]
17 4 (N-P) Nay, Ernst Wilhelm; Nebel, Otto; Netzer, Remigius; Niemeyer, Oskar; Nissel, Rudolf; Nolde Emil; Oppenheim, Moritz; Gasset, Ortega y; Pahl, Manfred; Pankok; Pellegrini; Persius,Ludwig; Peter,E.; Peterson, H. von.
17 5 (P) Pettenkofen, A. Von; Picasso, Pablo; Piloty, Carl von; Pinder, Wihelm; Pissaro, Camille; Plischke, Ernst; Poelzigs, Hans; Preetorius, Emil; Pru'hon, Pierre Paul; Purrmann, Hans; Rading, Adolf.
17 6 (R) Rasch; Redon, Odilon; Paul Reichle; Reiffenstein, Theodor; Reklame; Richter, Ludwig; Rietveld; Riester, Rudolf
17 7 (R) Ritschl, Otto; Rodin, August; Roh, Franz, Romanelli, Romano; Romantik, Deutsche; Rosen, Gerd; Roualt, George
17 8 (R) Roth, Alfred
17 9 (R-S) Rosseau, Henry; Rübbert, Fritz; Runge, Otto; Samberger, Leo; Schadow, Johann Gottfried; Scharf, Edwin; Scharf, Josef; Scheffauer, Philipp Jakob; Schiele, Egon.
17 10 (S) Schiffers, Paul Egon; Schinkel, Karl F.; Schleich, Eduard; Schlemmer, Oskar.
17 11 (S) Schlemmer, Casca; Schlichter, Rudolf; Schmalenback, Werner; Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl; Wertheimer, Fritz; Schmitt, Georg Philipp;Schönberger, W.; Schnorr v. Carolsfeld, Julius; Schönleber; Scholz.
17 12 (S) Schreckenskammer (Entartete Kunst); Schreyer, Adolf; Schrimpf, Georg; Schülein,J.W.; Schulze-Sölde, Max; Schwab,Gerhard; Schwalbach, Carl; Schweizer Plakatkunst; Schweizer Landesausstellung; Schweizerischer Gesellschaft Maler, Bildhauer und Architekten; Kunstliebhaber und Sammler in der Schweiz; Uekull-Schwerin, G.; Schwind Moritz von; Schwingen, Peter.
17 13 (S) Schwitters, Kurt; Seckdorff, Götz von; Seco-Technik; Seidel, A. Sedlmayr; Seitz, Gustav; Senefelder; Senn, Otto H.; Seurat, Lucie; Signac, Paul; Slevogt, Max; Sohl, Will.
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18 Die Kunst des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (S-Z)
18 1 (S) Sperl, Spiller, Spitzweg, Sutor, Sutherland, Stankowski, Stein, Steinte, Stenner, Stevens, Stiftskirche, Strang, Streichholz-Balladen, Stresemann.
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2 (S) Stuck, Franz (articles re: clippings)
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18 3 (S) Bild und Studie, Stultus, Stursa, Stuttgarter Kunstkabinett, Akademie Stuttgart, Stuttgarteer Secession, Surrealismus.
18 4 (T) Tap, E., Taschner, Tato, Taut, B. (manuscripts) Thiemann, Thoma,Thorak, Thum, E., Togores, Tonholzstich, Trökes, Troendle, Trog, Trojon, Trübner, Tschudi, H.von, Tuaillon, Totenstätte, Türkei, Tschichold, Tytgat.
18 5 (U) Überlingen 1945 (Aussstellung), Uhde, Uhlmann, Urg, USA, Utech, Utrillo.
18 6 (V) Valadon, Vautier, Velde, Verein Neuer Kunstler, Verey, Viellard, Vierthaler, de Vlminck, Volkmann, Voltz, Vordemberg, Volkmann, Voltz, Vordemberge-Gildewart, Vordermeyer.
18 7 (W) Wackerle, Waetjen, Wagenfeld, Wachsmann, K.
18 8 (W) Wagner, Rolf (ca. 20 items, including book jackets, posters, notes and clippings)
18 9 (W) Wais, Walden, H., Waldmüller, F.G., Waldschmidt, Watz, Wasmann, Weidner, Weinhold, Weisgerber, Weiss, E.R.; Weismüller, Welti, Werenskiold, Werkbund, Werner, West, Westpfahl
18 10 (W) Wetzelsberger, Bertil (manuscripts, radio essay "Geistiges deutsche Judenstum," ) 1957
18 11 (W) Whistler, Wichert, F., Miniaturrelief und Kleinplastik aus der Werkstätte Widder, Wijngaerdt, Winckelmann, Wingler, H.M.; Winkler, W.; Winter, F; Kunstsammlung Winterthur, Wölfflin
18 12 (W) Wörn, Walter (3 items, catalog & lists)
18 13 (W) Wolf, Hugo; Wolff, G.H., Wopfner, Worpsweder, Hoetger-Stühle; Wotruba, Wright, F.L.; Glas in Württenberg-Baden
18 14 (Z) Zahn, E.; Zandomenghi, Zimmermann, Zoir, Zorn, Zügel, Zürich
18 15 Unidentified
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19 Dichter als Maler/ Maler als Dichter: Text und Bild (S-Z)
19 1 (A) Andersen
19 2 (B) Blake
19 3 (B) Sebastian, Brant, Brentano, Burte, Hermann
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4 (B) Busch, Willy
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19 5 (C) Caruso, Chamisso, Claudius
19 6 (D) Danthendey, Dehmel, Droste
19 7 (E) Emperaire
19 8 (F) Finsterlin, Friedrich, C.D., Füssli, J.H.
19 9 (G) Gessner, Goethe, Gleinn, Grimm
19 10 (H) Haller, Hedin, Sr.; Hess, D.; Hesse, H.; Hölderlin; Hoffmann, E.T.A.; Hugo, Victor
19 11 (K) Kampfer, E.; Keller, G.; Kluge, K.; Körner, Kokoschka (Das Tribunal)
19 12 (L) Lavater, Lichtenberg
19 13 (M) Michelangelo, Müller
19 14 (P) Pacuvius, M.; Pocci
19 15 (R) Raabe.W., Richter, L.
19 16 (S) Seidler, Souchay, Scheffel, Schlichter, Schopenhauer, Schröder, Stauffer-Bern, K.; Stifler
19 17 (T) Thomas, Hans, Toeffer
19 18 (V) Liste, Exzempel, Varia
19 19 (V) Liste, Exzempel, Varia
19 20 Art Exhibitions, printed material, 1930-1957
19 21 Bibliographies
19 22 Photographs & negatives
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20 Hildebrandt's articles, 1907-1928
20 1 , ca. 15 articles 1907-1909
20 2 , 1 article 1908
20 3-4 , article, 1 journal issue 1910
20 5 , 1 article 1911
20 6 , 1 article 1912
20 7-9 , 2 articles, 1 journal issue 1913
20 10-12 , 3 articles 1914
20 13-15 , 4 articles 1915
20 16-18 , 3 articles 1916
20 19-22 , 2 articles, 2 journal issues 1917
20 23-27 , 5 articles 1918
20 28 , typed manuscripts for article 1918
20 29 1 article, ca. 1918
20 30-32 , 3 articles 1919
20 33 , 1 article, 1 typed ms 1920
20 34-36 , 2 articles, 2 journal issues 1921
20 37-38 , 2 articles, 1 journal issue 1922
20 39 , 1 journal issue 1923
20 40 , 1 article 1924
20 41 , 2 articles 1925
20 42 , 4 articles 1926
20 43 , 8 articles 1927
20 44 , 1 article 1928
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21 Hildebrandt's articles, 1928-1946
21 1 Articles: Die Frau als Künstlerin, 1928
21 2 Articles: Fifo in Stuttgart, Schöpferische Frauen, Die Frau als Künstlerin, Schönheit des Sachlichen, 1929
21 3 Articles: Alfred Lörcher-Stuttgart, Neue Wohnbauten in Stuttart, Die Ikora-Glazer, 1931
21 4 Articles: Glaserzeugnisse der WMF, van Dyck, 1931
21 5 Articles: Moderne Lichtbildkunst, Budapest, 1932
21 6 Articles: Bernhard Pankok, 1932
21 7 Articles: Stuttgarter Staatsgalerie, Picasso, 1932
21 8 Articles: Schmuck, Die Kleine Stadt, Weissbach, Janssen u. Wetzel, 1933
21 9 Articles: Joseph Albers, Friedrich Faiß, Die Kamera, Die Kamera, Meyer Weinschel, 1934
21 10 Articles: Möbelfabrik Schoettle, 1935
21 11 Articles: Kunstsammlung Borst, Hieronymous Bosch, Hans Brühlmann zum Gedächtnis, Cornith, Goethe Bildnis, 1936
21 12 Articles: Emil Kaufmann, Stuttgart Moderne Kunst, Kunstgeschichtliche Kongress, Schwäbische Kunst, Lörcher, Maler als Dichter, Schweizer Wandmaler, der Gegenwart, Stuttgart, 1936
21 13 Articles: Adolf Hölzel und sein Kreis, 1936
21 14 Articles: Goethe Bildnis, Lithographie, Schweizer, Holzhäuser, Hans Brühlmann, Ledoux, 1937
21 15 Articles: Persische Miniaturen, Kurt Herberts, Wohnung eines Kunstfreundes, Hermann Beenken, Wand und Raumschmuck, Muesmann Plan, Stoff und Gestaltung, Der Deutsche Wohnraum zu Dürers Zeit, 1940-1942
21 16 Articles: Zerstörung von Kunstwerken, Landhaus, Haus einer Kinderreichen Familie, Malmaterial, 1942
21 17 Articles; Nachlaß Schlemmer, Manet, Beethoven, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, 1945-1946
21 18 Articles: Pissarro, Sisley, 1946
21 19 Articles: Renoir, 1946
21 20 Articles: Henri de Toulose-Lautrec, 1946
21 21 Articles: Paul Cézanne, Kunstbrief, 1946
Box
22 Hildebrandt's articles, 1947-1949
22 1-7 , 15 journal issues 1947
22 8-12 , 1 article, 3 journal issues 1948
22 13 , 3 articles 1949
Box
23 Hildebrandt's articles, 1950-1954
23 1-5 , 5 journal issues, 1 article, 8 offprint copies 1950
23 6 , 3 articles 1951
23 7-9 , 2 articles , 2 journals, 5 offprints 1952
23 10-11 , 3 journals, 12 offprints 1953
23 12 19 articles for Hildebrandt's column 1951-1956
From Stuttgarter Kunstchronik, and Werk.
23 13-18 , 6 journals, 1 offprint 1954
23 24 Hildebrant's articles, 1905-1961
23 1-5 , 4 journals, 1 article 1955
23 6-7 , 7 copies of 1 offprint, 1 journal 1957
23 8 , 1 journal 1958
23 9 , 1 article 1961
23 10 undated, 10 articles
23 11-12 Lists of Hildebrandt's newspaper articles, 1907-1932
Lists provide title, subject, date and issue no.
23 13 4 newspaper articles, 1910
23 14 3 newspaper articles, 1911
23 15 4 newspaper articles, 1912
23 16 10 newspaper articles, 1913
23 17 4 newspaper articles, 1914
23 18 5 newspaper articles, 1915
23 19 5 newspaper articles, 1916
23 20 5 newspaper articles, 1 letter to Hildebrandt, 1917
23 21 1 newspaper article, 2 copies, 1918
23 22 6 newspaper articles, 1919
23 23 8 newspaper articles, 1920
23 24 8 newspaper articles, 1921
23 25 8 newspaper articles, 1922
23 26 9 newspaper articles, 1923
23 27 13 newspaper articles, 1924
23 28 16 newspaper articles, 1925
23 29 9 newspaper articles, 1926
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25 Newspaper articles, 1927-1957
25 1 11 newspaper articles, 1927
25 2 22 newspaper articles, 1928
25 3 20 newspaper articles, 1929
25 4 20 newspaper articles, 1930
25 5 24 newspaper articles, 1931
25 6 ca. 30 newspaper articles, 1932
25 7 ca. 25 newspaper articles, 1933
25 8 ca. 30 newspaper articles, 1934
25 9 ca. 25 newspaper articles, 1935
25 10 15 newspaper articles, 1936
25 11 7 newspaper articles, 1937
25 12 7 newspaper articles, 1939
25 13 , 1 newspaper article 1940
25 14 1 newspaper article (several copies), 1945
25 15 1 newspaper article, 1946
25 16 1 newspaper article, 1947
25 17 3 newspaper articles, 1948
25 18 15 newspaper articles, 1949
25 19 15 newspaper articles, 1950
25 20 10 newspaper articles, 1951
25 21 3 newspaper articles, 1952
25 22 20 newspaper articles, 1953
25 23 ca. 30 newspaper articles, 1954
25 24 ca. 20 newspaper articles, 1955
25 25 10 newspaper articles, 1956
25 26 3 newspaper articles, 1957
25 27 5 newspaper articles, n.d.
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26 Manuscripts on artists, collectors and art historians (A-L)
26 1 (A-B) Manuscripts: Albers, Joseph; Baldung-Grien, Hans; Barlach, Ernst; Baum, Otto; Baumann, Helmut
26 2-5 (B) Manuscripts: Willi Baumeister
26 6 (B) Manuscripts: Beck, Paul; Bill, Max; Bonatz, Paul; Bosch, Hieronymus
26 7 (B) Bruhlmann, Hans
26 8 (C) Carlone, Carlo; Cavael, Rolf; Claudius, Mathias; Corinth, Lovis; Correggio; Creixam
26 9 (D-E) Daumier, Honoré; Domnick, O.; Dürer, Albrecht; van Dyck Ehrhardt, Martel; Erbslöh, Adolf; Ernst, Max
26 10 (E) Ernst, Max
26 11 (F) Faiss, Fritz; Feuerbach; Finsterlin, Hermann
26 12 (F-G) Fischer, Theodor; Fleischmann, Adolf; Friedrich, Caspar David; Garthe, Margarethe; Gauguin, Paul; van Gogh, Vincent; Goya; Grieshaber, H.A.P.; Gropius, Walter
26 13 (G-H) Grünewald, Matthias; Harting, Hugo; Haring, Hugo; Sammlung Heydt; Sammlung H. Hirshburg (with b&w photographs)
26 14 (H) Hölzel, Adolf
26 15 (H-K) Hoetger, Bernhard (autograph manuscript); Hoffmann, Joseph; Jawlensky, Alexei von; Kahnweiler, Henry; Kalckreuth, Leopold von; Kandinsky, Wassily; Knappe, Karl; Kerkovius, Ida
26 16 (K-L) Klee, Paul; Sammlung Landwehr, H.C.
26 17 (L) Ledoux, Claude-Nicolaus; Lehmbruck, Wilhelm
26 18 (L) Lehmbruck, Wilhelm; Leibl, Wilhelm; Leonardo (autograph manuscript); Lörcher, Alfred; Loos Adolf
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27 Manuscripts on contemporary artists, collectors and art historians (M-S)
27 1 (M) Mataré, Ewald, n.d.
27 2 (M) Marc, Franz, 1936
27 3 (M) Matisse, Henri
27 4 (M) Menzel, Adolf, 1935
27 5 (M) Meyer-Ilschen, n.d.
27 6 (M) Millet, Jean Frannçois, n.d.
27 7 (M) Moholy-Nagy, 1953
27 8 (M) Mondrian, 1957
27 9 (M) Miro, 1953
27 10 (M) Moser, Werner M., n.d.
27 11 (M) Muche, Georg, n.d.
27 12 (M) Munch, n.d.
27 13 (N) Nolde, n.d.
27 14 (O) Ostermay, n.d.
27 15 (O) Ozenfant, n.d.
27 16 (P) Pahl, Manfred, n.d.
27 17 (P) Pankok, Bernhard, n.d.
27 18 (P) Pazaurek, Gustav, n.d.
27 19 (P) Herman, Max Pechstein, n.d.
27 20 (P) Pellegrini, n.d.
27 21 (P) Hedwig, Pfizenmayer, n.d.
27 22 (P) Picasso, n.d.
27 23 (P) Rasch-Nägele, Lilo, n.d.
27 24 (P) Riemenschneider, Tilman, n.d.
27 25 (R) Roth, Alfred, n.d.
27 26 (R) Rousseau, Henri, n.d.
27 27 (S) Schinkel, Karl F., n.d.
27 28 (S) Schmitt, O., n.d.
27 29 (S) Schmidt-Rottluff, 1956
27 30 (S) Schwind, Moritz von, n.d.
27 31 (S) Seurat, n.d.
27 32 (S) Spitzweg, Karl, n.d.
27 33 (S) Steger, Milly, n.d.
27 34 (S) Stenner, Hermann, n.d.
27 35 (S) Ströher, Karl, n.d.
27 36 (S) Studer-Koch, R., n.d.
27 37 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 38 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 39 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ) ca. 1952
27 40 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 41 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 42 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 43 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 44 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 45 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 46 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 47 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 48 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ) ca. 1949
27 49 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1949
27 50 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1946
offprint
27 51 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1946
manuscript pages and offprint
27 52 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
27 53 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, n.d.
Offprint. [See also Box 64 folder 4 for oversize offprint.]
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28 Manuscripts on artists, collectors and art historians (S-Z)
28 1-5 (S) Schlemmer, Oskar, ca. 1952
28 6 (T-W) Täuber-Arp, Sophie; Taut, Max; Trökes, Heinz; Wagenfeld-Leuchten
28 7 (W-Z) Wagner, Rolf; Weinhold, Kurt; Welti, Hanns; Werner, Theodor; Wolf, Hugo; Zauners, Franz Anton
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29 Manuscripts on mural painting, 1910-1961
29 1 Bau und Bild, Lichtbildervortrag, 1954
29 2 Wandmalerei, Ihre Aufklärung, 1954
29 3 Wandmalerei, Wuppertal Vortrag, 1954
29 4 Wandmalerei, Vortrag, Kassel, 1951
29 5 Wandmalerei, Vortrag, Wesen und Gegenwartsprobleme des Wandmalerie, Bern, 1950
29 6 Wandmalerei, Vortrag, Mannheim, 1950
29 7 "Wesen und Gegenwarts probleme der Wandmalerei," 1950
29 8 Vortrag, Wandmalerei, Volkhochschule in Zürich, 1949
29 9 Vortrag, Wandmalerei, Schaffhausen, 1938
29 10 Vortrag, Wandmalerei, Bau und Bild, Zürich, 1935
29 11 Wiederentdeckte Fresken in Eriskirch am Bodensee, n.d.
29 12 Die Sendung der Kunst (Aus Wandmalerei) ca. 1910
29 13 Vortrag, Wandmalerei, n.d.
29 14 DWB Vermittellungstelle für Monumentalmalerei, n.d.
29 15 Vortrag/Vorlesung, Bildaufbau und Wandmalerei, n.d.
29 16 Das Bildkunstwerk und seine Aufbau-Elemente, n.d.
29 17 Bildkomposition und Wandmalerei (Parts I-III), n.d.
29 18 Vorlesung Bildaufbau (Parts II-III), n.d.
29 19 Grundgesetze des Wandmalerei (Parts I-III), n.d.
29 20 Vorlesung, Grundgesetze des Wandmalerei (Parts V,VIII-IX), n.d.
29 21 Grundgesetze des Wandmalerei (Parts X) & Literaturverzeichniß, n.d.
29 22 Der Kleine Kursaal und sein Deckengemälde von Walter Wörn, n.d.
29 23 Bild im Bau (incomplete), n.d.
29 24 Bildaufbau (Part IV), n.d.
29 25 Wandmalerei, n.d.
29 26 Die Malerei der Urzeit, n.d.
29 27 Vortrag, Wandmalerei ihr Wesen und ihre Zukunft, n.d.
29 28 Geschichte der Wandmalerei, n.d.
29 29 Über Wandmalerei, n.d.
29 30 Vortrag, Über Wandmalerei (Part I), n.d.
29 31 Vortragskundigung Liste, n.d.
29 32 Georg Schmückle, n.d.
29 33 Franz Ludwig Hoerth, n.d.
29 34 Kritikern über Bühnenaufführungen, n.d.
29 35 Vorlesung das Bühnenbild (Parts I-II), n.d.
29 36 Vorlesung das Bühnenbild (Parts IV-V), n.d.
29 37 Vorlesung, "Die Bühne," n.d.
29 38 Vorlesung, Wesen und Geschichte der Bühnenkunst (Part I-II), n.d.
29 39 Die Werkkunst von Heute und Morgen, 1945
29 40 Buschle-Mösel, 1937
29 41 Der Raumschmuck der Kleinen Wohnung, n.d.
29 42 Neues Hausgerät in USA, n.d.
29 43 Amerikanische Wohnkultur, n.d.
29 44 Schweizer Wohnkultur, n.d.
29 45 Wie Wohnen, offprint, n.d.
29 46 Ausstellung "Wohnraum-Bildraum," n.d.
29 47 Das Stuttgarter Landesgewerbemuseum in der Jahren, 1921-1961
29 48 Die Wohnabteilung des Schweizerischen Landesausstellung in Zürich, 1939
29 49 Review, Hoffmann, Die neue Raumkunst, n.d.
29 50 Reveiw, S.A. Platz, "Wohnräume der Gegenwart," n.d.
29 51 Fragment, Wohnungsräume, Württ. Metalwarenfabrik (WMF), n.d.
29 52 Von der Mühle zur Weltfirma (WMF), n.d.
29 53 Geschliffene Glaser, n.d.
29 54 Neue Kristallgläser (WMF), n.d.
29 55 Glas ist Handarbeit, n.d.
29 56 (WMF) Glaswerkstatt, n.d.
29 57 Der Lichtbilder Adolf Lazi, n.d.
29 58 Ausstellung, "Die Kamera," n.d.
29 59 Ausstellung, "Die Kamera," n.d.
29 60 Eine Film-Weltaufführung, n.d.
29 61 Der Photograph des Lichtbild Künstler, n.d.
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30 Manuscripts, 1934-1950
30 1 Die Frau als Kunstlerin, lists, exerpts and bibliographies, part of a mss., ca. 30 pp, ca. 1934?
30 2 Die Frau, 3 lectures, 1934
30 3 Die Frau, 2 lectures, , 1950 n.d.
30 4 Die Frau, 4 lectures, n.d.
30 5 Painter as Poet, ms. pt. I, n.d.
30 6 Painter as Poet, ms. pt. II, n.d.
30 7 Painter as Poet, ms. pt. III, n.d.
30 8 Painter as Poet, ms. pt. IV, n.d.
30 9 Painter as Poet - Victor Hugo ms, n.d.
30 10 Painter as Poet ms., n.d.
30 11 Painter as Poet, 3 lectures, n.d.
30 12 Painter as Poet lectures, 1936
30 13 Painter as Poet lectures, 1938
30 14 Painter as Poet lectures, 1938
30 15 Art and Culture in Switzerland, ms. on Otto Senn, n.d.
30 16 Art and Culture, Switzerland mss. on architecture, n.d.
30 17 Switzerland mss: Swiss Wohnkultur, n.d.
30 18 Switzerland mss: architecture, n.d.
30 19 Switzerland mss: review of Triennale in Mailand, 1951
30 20 Switzerland mss: review of exhibit, "Pro Helvetia," 1949
30 21 Switzerland mss: "Konkrete Kunst," 1949
30 22 Switzerland mss: painting and sculpture, 1949
30 23 Switzerland mss: Die Wandmalereien der Schweizerischen Landesausstellung, 1939
30 24 Switzerland mss: Schweizer Landesausstellung Zurich, 1939
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31 Manuscripts: old and modern art in Stuttgart, lectures, reviews, other manuscripts, 1934-1955
31 1 Stuttgart mss: 1954-1955
31 2 Stuttgart mss: Wais, 1952
31 3 Stuttgart mss: 1950
31 4 Stuttgart ms: lecture, 1934
31 5 Stuttgart mss: various, n.d.
31 6 Stuttgart mss: modern architecture, n.d.
31 7-8 Stuttgart mss., n.d.
31 9 Stuttgart mss: exhibition reviews, n.d.
31 10 Stuttgart ms: Staatsgalerie, n.d.
31 11 Stuttgart mss: Reichsgartensch, 1939
31 12 Stuttgart mss: architecture, n.d.
31 13 Stuttgart mss: Stuttgart er Kunstchronik I, II, n.d.
31 14 Stuttgart mss: various, n.d.
31 15 Stuttgart mss: radio lectures, n.d.
31 16 Stuttgart mss: lectures, 1951
31 17 Stuttgart mss: lectures, 1951
31 18 Stuttgart mss: lectures, 1951
31 19 Stuttgart mss: lectures, , 12 pp. 1951
31 20 Stuttgart mss: lectures, , 15 pp. 1951
31 21 Stuttgart ms: lecture 1951
Photocopy, original in the Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin.
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32 Manuscripts: 20th-century art, 1919-1957
32 1 Expressionism, 1920
32 2 Nolde, Matisse, mss. fragments, n.d.
32 3 Notes on American architecture, n.d.
32 4 Modern art, n.d.
32 5 Modern art, lecture, 1947
32 6 Modern art, lecture, 1939
32 7 Modern art, ms., 1934
32 8 Modern art, lecture, ca. 1932
32 9 Modern art, ms., 1932-1933
32 10 Modern art, ms., 1932
32 11 Modern art, ms. 1932
32 12 Modern art, 3 mss., "Das Raumproblem in der Malerei," , 1927
32 13 Modern art ms: lecture on modern architecture, 1921
32 14 Sources of modern art, lecture, n.d.
32 15 Modern art ms., n.d.
32 16 Modern art ms: radio interview, n.d.
32 17 Modern art ms: Deutsche Plastik, n.d.
32 18 Modern art ms: Die Sammlung Karl Ströher, n.d.
32 19 Modern art ms: Kunstwandlungen, n.d.
10 copies, some with variations.
32 20 Modern art ms: Der Kunstunterricht an Hochschulen, n.d.
32 21 Modern art ms: Die Staatliche Werkakademie in Kassel, n.d.
32 22 Modern art ms: excerpt - Bauhaus , 1919-1923 n.d.
32 23 Modern art ms: Bauhaus - Rodolf Schwarz, n.d.
4 copies.
32 24 Modern art ms: Wertmasstäbe und sozialkulturelle. . ., 1955-1957
6 copies, some with variations.
32 25 Modern art ms: Die Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm, 1955
5 copies.
32 26 Modern art ms: Bericht aus Ulm, 1955
32 27 Modern art ms: review - Bauhaus , 1919-1928 1955
32 28 Modern art ms: radio lecture - Zwei Mittler zwischen deutscher. . ., 1953
32 29 Modern art ms: interview, 1952
6 copies.
32 30 Modern art ms: Architektur und Menschenbild. . ., 1950
32 31 Modern art ms: review - Die Maler am Bauhaus, 1950
2 versions.
32 32 Modern art ms: Zur Einfürhrung (Albers, Arp, Bill catalogue), 1948
35 pp. Includes photocopy of printed version.
32 33 Modern art ms: lecture - Das Bild als Kunstwerk. . ., 1947
32 34 Modern art ms: Der Kunstunterricht an Hochschulen, after 1920
32 35 Modern art ms: Die Bedutung des Materials, 1922
32 36 Modern art ms: Die Kunst nach dem Kriege, 1932
32 37 Modern art ms: lecture - Seurat, after 1945
32 38 Modern art ms: lecture - Französische Malerei vom Impressionismus, 1949
32 39 Modern art ms: radio lecture - Französische Architektur, 1949
32 40 Modern art ms: review - Die Meister Französische Maleri, n.d.
32 41 Modern art ms: Neo-Impressionismus, n.d.
32 42 Modern art ms: Die Avantgarde in Frankreich, n.d.
32 43 Modern art ms: Gegenstandlose Kunst, n.d.
Art after 1945.
32 44 Art after 1945, ms: Weshalb gibt es erst seit dum 20. Jahrhundert ein gegenstandslose Kunst?, n.d.
32 45 Art after 1945, ms: Das Nachwuchs-problem, n.d.
32 46 Art after 1945, ms., n.d.
32 47 Art after 1945, ms: Gegenstandslose Kunst, n.d.
32 48 Art after 1945, ms: Formen und Standort, 1952
32 49 Art after 1945, ms: lecture - Bilanz der deutschen Kunst - 1, n.d.
32 50 Art after 1945, ms: Bilanz der deutschen Kunst - 2, n.d.
32 51 Art after 1945, ms: Deutschlands Verlust an Künstlerischer Kraft die Ausgewanderten - 1, 1948
32 52 Art after 1945, ms: Deutschlands Verlust. . . II, n.d.
32 53 Art after 1945, ms: Deutschlands Verlust. . . III, n.d.
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33 Manuscripts and reviews on 20th-century art, 1910-1956
33 1 Damaz, art in European architecture, 1956
33 2 Bauhaus, Kandinsky, Klemmings, Worringer, 1955-1956
33 3 Leopold Zahn, "Christine von Schweden, Königin des Barock," Köln-Berlin, 1955
33 4 Werner Haftmann, "Malerei im 20. Jahrhundert," 1954-1955
33 5 Wihlem Worringer, "Fragen und Gegenfragen," 1956
33 6 Sendung am RWR, "Wer ist Wer?," 1955
33 7 Anton Henze und Theodor Filthaut, "Kirchliche Kunst der Gegenwart," 1954
33 8 Nell Walden, Lothar Schreyer, "Der Sturm," 1954
33 9 "Alt-Chinesische Kunst in Venedig," 1954
33 10 Jakob Job, "Dome Türme und Paläste. Eine Italien Fahrt," . 1954
33 11 "Marco Polo," 1954
33 12 "Venedig im Zeichen der Biennale," 1954
33 13 "Die IV. Jahresausstellung des Deutschen Künstler-Bund in Frankfurt," 1954
33 14 "Ausstellung Moelzel und Schlemmer," 1953
33 15 Walter Winkler, "Psychologie der Moderne Kunst," 1949
33 16 Hans Sedlmayr, "Verlust der Mitte. Die Bildende Kunst des 19. Und 20. Jahrhunderts als Symbol der Zeit," 1948
33 17 "Die Kunsttanzer Kulturwoche," 1946
33 18 "Persische Miniaturen," 1940
33 19 "Die Ersten fünf Iris-Bücher," 1936
33 20 Emil Kaufmann, "Von Ledoux bis Le Corbusier. Ursprung und Entwicklung der Autonomen Architektur," 1934
33 21 A. Meyer-Weinschel, "Renaissance und Antike...," 1933
33 22 "Im Autograph manuscripts durch Deutschland," 1934
33 23 "Die neue Stadt," 1933
33 24 Siegfried Giedion, "Spätbarocker und Romantischer Klassizismus," 1922
33 25 W.R. Valentiner, "Rembrandt, Wiedergefundene Gemälde," 1921
33 26 Otto Fischer, Chinesische Landschaftmalerie, n.d.
33 27 Alfred Guttmann, "Die Wirklichkeit und ihre Künstleriche Darstellung im Bilde," 1913
33 28 Dresslers Kunsthandbuch, n.d.
33 29 Carola Giedion-Welcker, "Moderne Plastik. Elemente der Wirklichkeit," n.d.
33 30 Werner Schmalenbuch, "Die Kunst Afrikas," n.d.
33 31 Jakob Job, "Im Dienste der Heimat," n.d.
33 32 Hermann Maier-Leinitz, "Der Industriebau," n.d.
33 33 Siegfried Giedeon, "CIAM. Ein Jahrzehnt Moderner Architektur," n.d.
33 34 Alfred Scherz, "Scherz Kunstbücher," n.d.
33 35 Dante Alighieri, "Das Inferno," n.d.
33 36 Incomplete manuscript, n.d.
33 37 Werner R. Deusch, "Malerei der deutschern Romantiker und ihrer Zeitgenossen," n.d.
33 38 Walter Ueberwasser, "Mass und Macht der Alten Kunst," n.d.
33 39 Victor Wittner, "Sprung auf die Strasse," n.d.
33 40 Paul Zucker, "Die Entwicklung des Stadtbildes," n.d.
33 41 "Drei Mappenwerke Moderner Grafik," n.d.
33 42 "Einführung zu Regensburg," 1910
33 43 Goethe-Bildnis, 1937
33 44 "Von der Renaissance bis zum 19. Jahrhundert," 1948
33 45 "Die Wichtigsten Kunstwissenschaftlichen Fachausdrücke auf dem Gebiet des Malerei für Schule-Verlag," 1928
33 46 "Einführung" and "Altchristliche Kunst," 1920-1935
33 47 "Einführung" and "Altchristliche Kunst," n.d.
33 48 "Altchristliche Kunst," "Das Mosaik," "Die Deutsche Romantik," "Das Mittelalter," n.d.
33 49 "San Gimignano," "Venezianische Malerei im Zeitalter Tizians," "Selbstbildnisse," n.d.
33 50 "Die Landschaftsmalerie seit 1800," n.d.
33 51 "Das Kurpfaelzische Museum," n.d.
33 52 "Die Weihnachtslegende," n.d.
33 53 "Griechland und Etrurien," n.d.
33 54 "Die Privatsammlung," n.d.
33 55 "Das Rüpelspiel," n.d.
33 56 "Der XIV. Internationale Kunstgeschichtliche Kongreß," n.d.
33 57 "Das Hischsprung-Museum in Kopenhagen," n.d.
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34 Manuscripts and reviews on 20th-century art, 1938-1955
34 1 Lithographs, n.d.
34 2 Lectures on lithography, n.d.
34 3 Lectures on glass painting, n.d.
34 4 Mural painting, notes, 1938
34 5 Reviews of literature on painting technique, n.d.
34 6 Die Bedeutung des Materials, n.d.
34 7 Proofs, with annotations, for book on murals, pt. I, 1940-1942
34 8 Murals, pt. II, 1940-1942
34 9 Painting technique, pt. I, 1940-1941
34 10 Painting technique, pt. II, 1940-1942
34 11 Painting technique, pt. III, 1940-1942
34 12 Painting technique, pt. IV, 1940-1942
34 13 Painting technique, pt. V, 1940-1942
34 14 Painting technique, pt. VI, 1940-1942
34 15-27 Architectural history for Piper Verlag, 1955
34 28 Lectures - Das Bild als Kunstwerk und die Naturtrene, 1912
34 29-33 Lectures - Fundamentals of artistic creation, n.d.
34 34-40 Lectures - Art in the realm of total culture, n.d.
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35 Lectures and manuscripts, ca. 1920
35 1 Autograph manuscripts, "Die moderne Kunst in ihren Theorien," (chapters 1-6) n.d.
35 2 Autograph manuscripts, "Die moderne Kunst in ihren Theorien," (chapters 7-9) n.d.
35 3 "Die Bidende Kunst nach dem Kriege," n.d.
35 4 "Die Kunstanschauungen vom Zeitalter Goethes bis zum Impressionismus," (lectures 1-8) n.d.
35 5 "Lessings Laokoon," (lectures 1-9) n.d.
35 6 "Einige Hauptvorlesungen aus dem Gebiet der Praktischen Kunstlehre," n.d.
35 7 "Erläuterung zu Verlesungen Angewendte Asthetik," n.d. 1920
35 8 Adolf Hildebrandts, "Problem der Form," (lectures 1-9) n.d.
35 9 "Die Betrachtung der Kunstwerke," (lectures 1-13) n.d.
Series IV. Hans and Lily Hildebrandt's correspondence, 1901-1974 ca. 3 lin. ft. 7 boxes
This series contains personal correspondence, professional correspondence, circular letters, and correspondence with artists. Select personal correspondents include Paul Klee (re: his estate in Switzerland), Herbert Kuhn (re: Hildebrandt's book Der Schmuck), Walter Muller-Walchow (re: Forschungsgesellschaft). Also included are correspondence and printed announcements from the Suddeutsche Nachrichtenstelle für die Neutralen, an organization for the distribution of anti-war information, and printed letters concerning the Oswald's Farbentheorie, 1914-1921. Correspondence about publications, alphabetically arranged, includes letters from A. E. Brinckmann (Athenaum Press), Klinkhardt & Biermann, Paul Cassirer, Katherine S. Dreier, Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, Piper, Seemann, and Stoedtner. Artist correspondence is arranged alphabetically by artist, with sketches and collected ephemera. Notable artist correspondents include Willi Baumeister, Max Bill, Julius and Lisbeth Bissier, Friedl Dicker, Katherine S. Dreier, Tilla Durieux, Siegfried Giedion, Walter Gropius, Theodor Heuss, Adolf Hildebrandt, Adolf Hölzel, Johannes Itten, Wassily Kandinsky, Erich Mendelsohn, Hannes Meyer, Alfred Roth, Oskar and Tut Schlemmer, Carl Schlemmer, Henry van de Velde, Vordemberge-Gildewart, and Wilhelm Wagenfeld.
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36 Hans Hildebrandt correspondence (A-Z), 1902-1967
36 1 Capeller, Leopold, 1946-1947
36 2 Eberhardt, Professor, 1922
36 3 Erfurth, Arno, 1953-1967
36 4 Gossweiler, Willy, 1937
36 5 Hils, Karl, 1945
36 6 "Photo Marburg/Kunst der Welt," 1946
36 7 Jacob, K., 1929
36 8 Janentzsky, Christian, 1927-1928
36 9 Janssen, 1921
36 10 Imhoff, Ludwig, and Richard Greiner, (Open Letter) 1902
36 11 Imhoff, Ludwig, 1946-1953
36 12 Johannesson, Annelie, 1924
36 13 Merz, Walter, 1947
36 14 Keller, Dieter, 1944
36 15 Kern, Helene, 1936-1937
36 16 Kilpper, 1928
36 17 Oscar, Kienzle, 1946
36 18 Klee, Felix, 1940-1965
36 19 Magda, Knoch, 1932
36 20 Koch, C., 1921-1936
36 21 Kockerthaler, Lina, 1936
36 22 Köllmann, Hans P., 1938-1946
36 23 Kramer, H., 1919
36 24 Krantz, E., 1935
36 25 Krupp, 1920
36 26 Kruse, Max, 1938
36 27 Kühn, Herbert, 1939-1940
36 28 Langloh, Ernst & Wilhelm, 1931
36 29 Leiner, Bruno, 1940
36 30 Lemperle, 1950
36 31 Leven, 1937
36 32 Liesching, Berhard, 1923-1924
36 33 Lindeck, Anne, 1924
36 34 Lockner, Hermann, 1934
36 35 Lörcher, Carl, 1933
36 36 Kohler & Lörcher, 1946
36 37 Karl Loë, 1928
36 38 Lorenz, Ernst, 1936
36 39 Leven, 1940
36 40 Lange, Martin, 1953
36 41 Stadt Manheim, Oberbürgermeister, 1953
36 42 Merveldt, Hans Hubertus, 1939
36 43 Mapje, 1939-1941
36 44 Martini, F., 1950
36 45 Mathias, Carl-Ernst, 1918-1928
36 46 Mayer, 1936
36 47 Merckel, Georg 1925
36 48 Michaelsen, 1922-1928
36 49 Miller, Oskar, 1928
36 50 Mittasch, n.d.
36 51 Moraths, 1925
36 52 Möller-Fernau, Kurt, 1927
36 53 Mollenkopf, F., 1931
36 54 Mohler, Arnim, 1942
36 55 Moller, 1937
36 56 Muesmann, Adolf 1925-1957
36 57 Moltzer, F., 1939-1941
36 58 Müller, Adolf 1939
36 59 Müller, Else, 1945
36 60 Müller (Frau Porfessor), 1938
36 61 Müller-Wulckow, Walter, 1946
36 62 Müller, Erhard, 1946
36 63 Münger (Frau), 1941
36 64 Neulay, H., 1926
36 65 Neumann, Zlatko, n.d.
36 66 Neustein, Erwin, 1932-1938
36 67 Oertel, Robert, 1951
36 68 Osborn (Herr), 1927
36 69 Ostertag, 1949
36 70 Ostermayer (Professor), 1949
36 71 Pazaurek, Gustav E., 1925-1934
36 72 Peters, Li, 1937-1943
36 73 Petrovics, Alexei von, 1935
36 74 Pirath, Carl, 1954
36 75 Hedda, P., 1942
36 76 Pfeiffer, Elsa, 1939
36 77 Pfeiffer, [Elsa?] 1940
36 78 Pick, Manfred, 1931
36 79 Pirrung, 1947
36 80 Platz, Adolf, 1931-1933
36 81 Pollock, Aurelia, 1939
36 82 Poissonnier (Captian), 1947
36 83 Schmidt, Paul Ferdinand, 1947
36 84 Schmitt, Otto, 1951
36 85 Voss, Helmann, 1932
36 86 Worringer, Marta M., 1922
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37 Correspondence, Süddeutsche Nachrichtenstelle für die Neutralen, , and Action Against Wilhelm Oswald's Color Theory, 1914 1920-1921
37 1 Reports, Süddeutsche Nachrichtenstelle für die Neutralen, 1914
37 2 Reports, Süddeutsche Nachrichtenstelle für die Neutralen, 1914
37 3 (A) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 4 (B) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 5 (C-E) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 6 (F-H) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 7 (I-K) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 8 (Ku-L) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 9 (M-N) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 10 (Pa-S) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 11 (T-U) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 12 (V-W) Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, 1920-1921
37 13 Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre (assorted authors), 1920-1921
37 14 Correspondence, Oswald'sche Farbenlehre (assorted authors), 1920-1921
37 15 Manuscript, Hans Hildebrandt, "Vorbemerkung zur heutigen Sondernummer der 'Freien Gruppe' für Farbkunst des DWB," n.d.
37 16 Manuscript, Hans Hildebrandt, "Vorbemerkung zur heutigen Sondernummer der 'Freien Gruppe' für Farbkunst des DWB," n.d.
37 17 Oswald'sche Farbenlehre, "Namenverzeichnis über die Zusagen zur Aktion gegen Ostwald."
37 18 "Bransche Akkord-Quintenzirkel in Tönen und Farben," München, 1914
37 19 Notes, "Zusagen zur Aktion gegen Ostwald," 1920-1921
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38 Correspondence with publishers (A-L), 1910-1966
38 1 (A) Apollo, Arani, Association Française, Aujourd'hui, Aussaat, Auswärtiges Amt
38 2 (A) Anthenäum (Handbuch der Kunstwissenschaft)
38 3 (B) Badische Neueste, Nachrichten, Bau Ausstellung, Baukunst, Werkform, Bauwelt, Bauzeitung, Bayerische Rundfunk, Berliner Tageblatt, Biermann, Bild, Blass-Laufer, Bodenseebuch, Friedrich Bohnenberger, F. Bruckmann
38 4 (C-D) Cahiers d'Art, Casopis, Paul Cassirer, Cicerone
38 5 (D) Delphin Verlag, Stadtmuseum Danzig, Deutschen-Verlags Anstalt, Dietrich
38 6 (D) Deutsche Kunstverlag
38 7 (D) Verlag Kurt Desch
38 8 (E-G) Les Éditions, Feuer Verlag
38 9 (G) Gaceta, Galerieverien, Goethe-Nationalmuseums, Grethlein
38 10 (G-H) Giedion, Haftmann, D. Hagmann, Heitz
38 11 (H) Kurt Herberts (Wuppertal)
38 12 (H) Ferdinand Hirt & Sohn
38 13 (H) Hoelzel
With Hildebrandt outline and abstracts for his book Hans Hildebrand
38 14 (I) I'Illustration, Das Illustrierte Blatt
38 15 (I) Insel
With correspondence from Heinrich Wölfflin, regarding creation of the journal Die Form.
38 16 (K) Kestner-Gesellschaft, Klein-Verlag, Kunst der Nation, Das Kunstblatt (letters from Paul Westheim), Kunstwanderer, Kunstlerlexikons
38 17 (L) Landwehr, Albert Langen, Die Laterne, Lehmbruck, Lichtenstein Verlag, Georg Lüttke
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39 Correspondence with publishers (M-Z), 1910-1966
39 1 (M) Rudolf Moose, Müller und Kiepenheuer, Magazine of Art
39 2 (N) Naumann, Neufeld & Henius
39 3 (O) Oldenburg Verlag
39 4 (P) Parus, Pelikan, Phaidon
39 5 (P) Piper & Co. Verlag, Verlag Paul Cassirer
39 6 (R) Reallexikon, Reckendorf Verlag, Reichskunstwart, Rembrandt Verlag, Verlag Die Runde
39 7 (S) Saar Verlag, Die Sendung, Sentus-Verlag, Max Spielmeÿer, Süddeutsche Galerei, Verlag E.A. Seemann
39 8 (Sch) Schmalenbach, Ioe Scholz, Mainz, Schroll & Co., Schuler-Verlag, Schweizerischen Schulrates, Schwab, Swäbische Post, Schwäbisches Tagblatt, Schweizer Illustrierte Radiozeitung, Schweizerischen Bauzeitung
39 9 (Sch) Alfred Scherz Verlag, Franz Stoedtner
39 10 (St) Stoedtner, Starke, Stuttgerter Verlag-Vereinigungen
39 11 (U) Universal-Edition, A.G., Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, Ukrsinske-slowo
39 12 (V) Verband sozialer Baubetriebe, Volksstimme, Vossische Zeitung (Berlin)
39 13 (W) Ernst Wasmuth (Württ.) Arbeitsgemeinschaft des Deutschen Werkbunds, Stuttgart, Wissen und Fortschritt, Die Woche, Württenbergerzeitung
39 14 (W) Das Werk
39 15 (W) Weltkunst
39 16 (Z) Züricher Zeitung, Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte
39 17 Unidentified
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40 Artist correspondence with Hans and Lily Hildebrandt (A-G)
40 1 Ackermann, Max (1 fragment), n.d.
40 2 Adler, Bruno, (14 items) 1927-1968
40 3 Albers, Joseph, (35 items) 1932-1972
40 4 Altherr, (2 items) 1917-1921
40 5 Amiet, Cuno, , (2 items) 1913 1943
40 6 Archipenko, Alexander, (16 items) 1923-1960
40 7 Arp, Hans, (8 items) 1948-1957
40 7 Taüber-Arp, Sophie, (7 items) 1924-1937
40 7 Arp-Hagenbach, Marguerite, (1 item) 1964
With one response from Lily Hildebrandt to Sophie Taüber-Arp.
40 8 Baecher, Max, (4 items) 1949-1950
40 9 Barting, Otto, (2 items) 1947
40 10 Baumeister, Willi (I), (43 items) 1915-1957
With several drawings.
40 11 Baumeister, Willi (II) (14 items)
With drawings and biography.
40 12 Beckman, Max, (1 item) 1912
40 13 Behrens, Peter, , (2 items) 1914 1917
40 14 Bense, Max, (1 item) 1962
40 15 Berend-Corinth, (2 items) 1927
40 16 Bergmann-Michel, Ella (1 item)
With curriculum vitae.
40 17 Bihalji-Merin, O., (2 items) 1953
40 18 Bill, Max, (18 items)
With handwritten response from Rainer and Lily Hildebrandt.
40 19 Bissier, Julius and Lisbeth, (23 items) 1946-1973
With response from Hans and Lily Hildebrandt.
40 20 Blanchard, Maria, (1 item) 1921
40 21 Boger-Laughammer, Margot, (1 item) 1961
40 22 Bonatz, Paul, , (3 items) 1924 1931
40 23 Brühlman, (7 items) 1910-1974
40 24 Cahn, , (2 items) 1917 1921
40 25 Cavael, Rolf, (3 items)
40 26 Chagall, Marc and Ida (Meyer-Chagall) (9 items) 1924-1961
40 27 Citroen, Paul, ) (4 items) 1953-1966
With 1 reply from Lily and one unsigned response.
40 28 Dehemel, (1 item) 1916
40 29 Delaunay, Sonia, (5 items) 1927-1928
40 30 Delitzsch (I), (5 items) 1910
40 31 Delitzsch (II), (27 items) n.d.
40 32 Diecker, F., (8 items) 1927-1967
40 33 Dill, Ludwig, (1 item) n.d.
40 34 Dix, Otto, (2 items)
40 35 Döcker, Richard and "Koko," (11 items) 1901-1968
40 36 Döcker, Richard, (1 item) n.d.
With biography and curriculum vitae.
40 37 Dreier, Katherine (I), (20 items) 1929-1932
40 38 Dreier, Katherine (II), (10 items) 1937-1950
40 39 Durieux, (2 items) n.d.
40 40 Eberz, Josef, (8 items) 1916-1967
With 1 unsigned response.
40 41 Edschmid, Kasimir, (1 item) 1916
40 42 Egon, Eiermann, (2 items) 1939-1940
40 43 Ende, Edgar, (1 item) 1948
With 1 response from Rainer dated 1972.
40 44 Ernst, Max, (2 items) 1927
With 1 response from Lily H. dated 1972.
40 45 Exter, Alexandre, (2 items) 1928
With 1 fragment of a reply dated 1927.
40 46 Finsterlin, Hermann, (12 items) 1928-1953
40 47 Fischer, Therese, (1 item) 1968
40 48 Fleischmann, A. R., (2 items) 1957
With one response from Lily dated 1972.
40 49 Forgére, Valentin, (1 item) 1965
40 50 Fotz-Hauspeter, (1 item) n.d.
40 51 Frank, Josef, (1 item) 1927
40 52 Geitlinger, (1 item) 1948
40 53 Giacometti, Augusto, (1 item) 1923
40 54 Giedion-Welcker, (11 items) 1928-1968
40 55 Gleizes, Albert, (1 item) n.d.
40 56 Glück, Gustav, (1 item) 1930
40 57 Gothein, Werner, , (2 items) 1948 1949
40 58 Graeser, Camille, (5 items) 1936-1962
40 59 Grieshaber, H. A. P., (18 items) 1946-1957
With 1 response from both Lily and Rainer Hildebrandt 1972.
40 60 Grohmann, (2 items) 1952
40 61 Guevrékian, Gabriel, (1 item) 1926
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41 Artist correspondence (H-P)
41 1 Häring, Hugo and Malcolmson, R., (15 items) 1928-1953
41 2 Haller, (1 item) n.d.
41 3 Hanak, (3 items) n.d.
41 4 Hartung, Karl, (2 items) 1951
With 1 item from both Hans and Lily Hildebrandt.
41 5 Hasse, (1 item) n.d.
41 6 Hausenstein, (1 item) n.d.
41 7 Heckel, (1 item) n.d.
41 8 Heckendorf, (1 item) n.d.
41 9 Heenskerck, Jacob van (7 items) 1921-1922
41 10 Heine, (1 item) n.d.
41 11 Helbig, Walter, (1 item) n.d.
41 12 Hessel, (1 item) n.d.
41 13 Heuss, Theodor, (2 items) 1957
41 14 Heydt, van der, (4 items) 1916-1918
41 15 Hilberseimer, Ludwig, (1 item) n.d.
41 16 Hildebrand, (1 item) n.d.
41 17 Höch, Hanna, (7 items) 1927-1946
41 18 Hodler, (1 item) n.d.
41 19 Hölzel, Adolf (I), (29 items) 1910-1922
41 20 Hölzel, Adolf (II), (18 items) 1910-1922
41 21 Hoetger, (14 items) n.d.
41 22 Hofer, Carl, (2 items) 1912-1948
41 23 Imkamp, Wilhelm, (1 item) 1947
41 24 Itten, Johannes, (15 items) 1916-1973
41 25 Kahnweiler, Daniel Henry, (28 items) 1925-1969
41 26 Kandinsky, Wassily, (28 items) 1924-1956
With 1 (8 page) typed manuscript, "Abstrakte Kunst."
41 27 Kanoldt, Alexander, (1 item) n.d.
41 28 Kerkovius, Ida, (2 items) n.d.
41 29 Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig, (4 items) n.d.
41 30 Klee, Paul, (6 items) 1936-1932
41 31 Kollwitz, Käthe, (1 item) 1928
41 32 Kress, (1 item) n.d.
41 33 Kruse, (1 item) 1914
41 34 Otho, Kurz, (1 item) 1908
41 35 Kuthe-Tarnay, (1 item) n.d.
41 36 Larionow, M., (1 item) 1927
41 37 Lauterburg, (1 item) 1917
41 38 Le Corbusier, (28 items) 1924-1958
With a drawing dated 1957, and 1 response from Hans Hildebrandt.
41 39 Léger, Fernand, (4 items) n.d.
41 40 Lehmbruck, (3 items) n.d.
41 41 Liebermann, Max, (3 items) n.d.
41 42 Lörcher, Alfred, (2 items) n.d.
41 43 Loos, Adolf, (2 items) n.d.
1 letter with 1 calling card.
41 44 Macke, August, (3 items) n.d.
41 45 Marc, Franz, (2 items) n.d.
41 46 Marc, Maria, (11 items) 1916-1949
41 47 Marcks, Gerhard, (2 items) n.d.
41 48 Mataré, Ewald, (7 items) 1932-1956
41 49 Meier, Graefe, (3 items) n.d.
41 50 Melzer, (4 items) n.d.
41 51 Mendelsohn, Erich, (19 items) 1924-1955
With 1 letter from Louise Mendelsohn.
41 52 Mettel, Hans, (1 item) 1952
41 53 Meyer, Adolf, (3 items) n.d.
41 54 Meyer-Amden, Otto, (4 items) n.d.
41 55 Meyer, Hannes, (1 item) 1967
With an essay by Alexander Schawinsky, "Kopf oder Adler? Zum fall Bauhaus," defending Hannes Meyer, his work and the Bauhaus; with quotations from Hannes Meyer's diaries.
41 56 Michel, (1 item) 1967
41 57 Modersohn-Becker, (1 item) 1927
41 58 Moholy-Nagy, Lászlo, (8 items) n.d.
With letters from Sibyl Moholy-Nagy.
41 59 Moll, Oskar, (3 items) n.d.
41 60 Monkemeyer-Corty, (2 items) 1927
41 61 Muche, Georg, (4 items) 1939-1953
41 62 Mundlak, (1 item) n.d.
41 63 Münter, Gabrielle, (7 items) 1927-1957
41 64 Musper, ( 1 item) 1955
41 65 Nägele, Reinhold, (1 item) 1927
41 66 Nesch, (3 items) n.d.
41 67 Neuner-Kayser, (1 item) 1956
41 68 Niemeyer, (1 item) n.d.
41 69 Nolde, (1 item) n.d.
41 70 Osthaus, (1 item) n.d.
41 71 Oud, Jacobus Johannes Pieter, (4 items) 1927
41 72 Ozenfant, Amédée, (15 items) n.d.
41 73 Pahl, Manfred, (1 item) 1949
41 74 Pechstein, Max, (1 item) 1912
41 75 Pellegrini, Alfred H., (3 items) n.d.
41 76 Pevsner, Nikolaus (2 items) 1928-1938
41 77 Poelzig, Hans, (1 items) 1920
41 78 Prinzhorn, (2 items) 1921-1924
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42 Artist correspondence (R-Z)
42 1 Rasch, Heinz, (22 items) 1960-1972
With 1 response from Hans Hildebrandt.
42 2 Richter, Ludwig, (1 item) 1960
42 3 Roeder, Emy, (1 item) 1952
42 4 Roederstein, (1 item) 1927
42 5 Roh, Franz and Juliane, (25 items) 1942-1967
With 4 responses by Hans Hildebrandt.
42 6 Roller, Alfred, (4 items) 1916
42 7 Roth, Alfred, (18 items) 1936-1956
With 1 unsigned response.
42 8 Roth, Alfred, (19 items) 1953-1972
With 11 unsigned responses.
42 9 Schleicher, Gustav, (1 item) 1915
1 photograph.
42 10 Schaumann, (1 item) 1933
42 11 Scharoun, Hans, (3 items) 1947
42 12 Schlemmer, Oskar (I), (41 items) 1916-1922
42 13 Schlemmer, Oskar (II), (14 items) 1922-1924
42 14 Schlemmer, Oskar (III), (39 items) 1928-1943
42 15 Schlemmer, Tut (IV), (9 items) n.d.
42 16 Misc. correspondence with Schlemmer, Oskar (V) (11 items)
42 17 Schlemmer, Oskar (VI), (2 items) 1939-1941
42 18 Schlemmer, Carl, (6 items) 1921-1961
42 19 Schlichter, Rudolf, (6 items) 1937-1949
42 20 Schmidt, Paul F., (1 item) 1948
42 21 Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl, (1 item) 1948
42 22 Schmitthenner, (1 item) 1960
42 23 Schnarrenberger, (1 item) 1942
42 24 Schrimpf, Georg, (1 item) 1927
42 25 Schwerdtfeger, Kurt, (1 item) 1914
42 26 Schwitters, Kurt, (13 items) 1926-1933
42 27 Segal, Kurt, (2 items) 1932
42 28 Adolf Senglaub, (1 item) 1918
With 1 response from Hans Hildebrandt.
42 29 Senn, Otto, (2 items) 1935-1955
42 30 Severini, Gino, (1 item) 1949
42 31 Steger, Milly, (4 items) 1912-1934
42 32 Steiglitz, Alfred, (1 item) n.d.
With a photograph of an O'Keefe paintng with the caption "permission by A.S."
42 33 Steinitz, Kate, (4 items) 1927
With curriculum vitae.
42 34 Stenner, Hugo, (21 items) 1914-1972
With 9 responses from Hans Hildebrandt.
42 35 Szalit, R., (3 items) 1927
42 36 Tairoff, A., (1 item) 1927
42 37 Tannenbaum, Herbert, (2 item) 1914
42 38 Trökes, Heinz, (6 items) 1948-1963
42 39 Uhlmann, Hans, (2 items) 1952
With 1 response from Lily Hildebrandt, 1972.
42 40 van de Velde, Henry, (17 items) 1949-1957
42 41 Vollmoeller, (1 item) 1940
42 42 Vordemberge-Gildewart, (22 items) 1928-1955
42 43 Wagenfeld, Wilhelm, (16 items) 1952-1967
42 44 Wagner, Rolf, (1 item) 1955
42 45 Walden, Nell, (2 items) 1954-1957
42 46 Weber, Vincent, (8 items) with 1 response from H.H. 1932-1961
42 47 Weinhold, Kurt, (9 items) 1946-1966
42 48 Werner, Heinrich, (1 item) 1926
42 49 Werner, Theodor, (14 items) 1948-1966
42 50 Wichert, Fritz, (1 item) 1928
42 51 Wölfflin, Fritz, (1 item) 1934
42 52 Wörn, Walter, (16 items) 1957-1973
With original artworks and b&w photographs.
42 53 Wolf, Hugo, (20 items) n.d.
42 54 Wölfflin, Heinrich, (1 item) 1934
Series V. Hans and Lily Hildebrandt's photographs, 1905-1960 4.25 linear feet 17 boxes
This series includes family photographs, photographs of artists, architects, artwork by women artists, art in the Hildebrandt art collection, and architecture. Some of these photographs were used to illustrate Hans Hildebrandt's published works. Among the more notable portraits are those of Max Ackema, Max Ackermann, Bruno Adler, Josef Albers, Hans Arp, Willi Baumeister, Friedl Dicker, Otto Dix, Katherine S. Dreier, Walter Gropius, Hugo Haring, Hannah Höch (including a photograph taken by Raoul Hausmann), Adolf Hölzel, Ida Kerkovius, Fernand Leger, Adolf Loos, Erich Mendelsohn, Hans Poelzig, Alfred Roth, Oskar and Tut Schlemmer, and Henry van de Velde. Works of art in the Hildebrandt collection (now dispersed) include paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures by Josef Albers, Archipenko, Willi Baumeister, Max Bill, Julius Bissier, Hans Bruhlmann, Le Corbusier, Friedl Dicker, Lyonel Feiniger, Hermann Finsterlin, Camille Graeser, Hannah Höch, Adolf Holzel, Bernhard Hoetger, Johannes Itten, Ida Kerkovius, Paul Klee, Gerhard Marcks, Pablo Picasso, Oskar Schlemmer, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Kurt Schwitters, Hermann Stenner, Vordemberge-Gildewart, and Wilhelm Wagenfeld.
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43 Photographs of architecture (by architect, A-H)
43 Bartning, Otto
43 Binder, Wolfgang
43 Bonatz, Paul
43 Briggs, Ella
43 Bourgeois, Victor Ferdinand
43 Döcker, Richard
43 Gropius, Walter
43 Fischer, Jozeph
43 Forbat, Fred
43 Frank, Joseph
43 Grunt, J.
43 Guevrekian, Gabriel
43 Gutschow, Konstanty
43 Haefeli, Max Ernst
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44 Photographs of architecture (by architect, H-M)
44 Häring, Hugo
44 Hilberseimer, Ludwig
44 Le Corbusier
44 Loss, Adolf
44 Lurcat, Andre
44 Mahlberg, Hermann Joseph
44 Meller, Paul
44 Mendelsohn, Erich
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45 Photographs of architecture (by architect, M-Z)
45 Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig
45 Poelzig, Hans
45 Rading, Adolf
45 Rasch, Heinz
45 Gebrüder Rasch
45 Rohn, Roland
45 Roth, Alfred
45 Scharoun, Hans
45 Schinkel, Karl Friedrich
45 Senn, W.
45 Stam, Mart
45 Taut, Bruno
45 Taut, Max
45 Tessennow, Heinrich
45 Voggenberger, Fritz
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46 Hans and Lily Hildebrandt family photographs, 1905-1960
Individuals represented include artist friends.
46 Bücher, Max
46 Dicker, Friedl
46 Dix, Otto
46 Hölsel, Adolf
46 Kerkovius, Ida
46 Leger, Ferdinand
46 Ozenfant, Amedée
46 Scharoun, Hans
46 Schlemmer, Oskar
46 Schwarosky, Hans
46 van de Velde, Henry
46 Others
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47 Photographs of artists (A-L)
47 Ackermann, Max
47 Adler, Jankel
47 Albers, Josef
47 Altherr, Heinrich
47 Cuno, Amiet
47 Archipenko, Alexander
47 Arp, Hans
47 Bächer, Max
47 Otto, Baum
47 Baumeister, Willy
47 Julius, Bissier
47 Bonatz, Paul
47 Citroen, Paul
47 Dicker, Friedl
47 Dix, Otto
47 Döcker, Richard
47 Dreyer, Dorothea
47 Finsterlin, Hermann
47 Fitz, Hans-Peter
47 Fleischmann
47 Gekle, Peter Anton
47 Graeser, Cammille
47 Grieshaber, Yeres
47 Gropius, Walter
47 Häring, Hugo
47 Heemskerk, Jacob van
47 Höch, Hannah
47 Hölzel, Adolf
47 Hölzel Circle
47 Itten, Johannes
47 Kahnweiler, Daniel Henry
47 Kandinsky, Wassily
47 Kerkovius, Ida
47 Klee, Paul
47 Kolb, F.
47 Köllmann, K.
47 Le Corbusier (Pierre Jeanneret)
47 Leger, Fernand
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48 Photographs of artists (L-Z)
48 Lörcher, Alfred
48 Loos, Adolf
48 Marcks, Gerhard
48 Matare, Ewald
48 Mendelsohn, Erich
48 Meller, Peter
48 Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo
48 Ozenfant, Amedee
48 Oud, Jocobus Johannes Pieter
48 Pankok, Bernhard
48 Pechstein, Max
48 Pellegrini, Alfred
48 Reichert, Willi
48 Pfitzemeyer, Lily
48 Picasso, Pablo
48 Poelzig, Hans
48 Rasch, Bodo
Also includes one photograph of Bodo's brother, Heinz Rasch.
48 Roh, Franz
48 Roth, Alfred
48 Rottluff, Schmidt
48 Scharoun, Hans
48 Schlemmer, Oskar
48 Schurtzbach, Ernst
48 Steger, Milly
48 Stenner, Hermann
48 Uhlmann, Hans
48 van de Velde, Henry,
With an autograph note dated 1952.
48 Vordemberge-Gildewart, Friedrich
48 Wagenfeld, Wilhelm
48 Waldschmidt, Arnold
48 Warnecke, Hans
48 Werner, Theodor
48 Wörn, Walter
48 Unidentified Portraits
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49 Photographs of art works in the Hildebrandt collection (by artist, A-H)
49 Albers, Josef
49 Archipenko, Alexander
49 Arp, Hans
49 Baumeister, Willy
49 Bill, Max
49 Julius, Bissier
49 Chagall, Mark
49 Citroen, Paul
49 Le Corbusier
49 Dicker, Friedel
49 Döcker, Richard
49 Eberz, Joseph
49 Ende, Edgar
49 Feininger, Lyonel
49 Finsterlin, Hermann
49 Fleischmann, Adolf
49 Graeser, Cammille
49 Grieshaber, Yeres
49 Heemskerk, Jacob van
49 Heine, Thomas Theodor
49 Hildebrandt, Lily
49 Höch, Hannah
49 Hofer, Hofer
49 Hölzel, Adolf
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50 Photographs of art works in the Hildebrandt collection (by artist, H-Z)
50 Hoetger, Bernhardt
50 Itten, Johannes
50 Kerkovius, Ida
50 Klee, Paul
50 Leger, Fernand
50 Lehmbruck, Wilhelm
50 Marcks, Gerhard
50 Mataré, Ewald
50 Mendelsohn, Erich
50 Mettel, Hans
50 Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo
50 Persi-Pilch, Derider
50 Pechstein, Max
50 Pfitzemeyer, Lily
50 Picasso, Pablo
50 Roh, Franz
50 Rohlfs, Christian
50 Schlemmer, Oskar
50 Schlichter, Rudolf
50 Schmidt-Rottluff
50 Schwitters, Kurt
50 Stenner, Hermann
50 Uhlmann, Hans
50 Vantongerloo, Georges
50 van de Velde, Henry
50 Vordemberge-Gildewart, Friedrich
50 Wagenfeld, Wilhelm
50 Weber, Vincent
50 Werner, Theodor
50 Unidentified Portraits
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51 Photographs of art works by contemporary women artists (A-P)
51 Allesch, Margarete von
51 Anbelang, Ammy
51 Bartor, Maria-Hoba
51 Bergmann-Michel, Ella
51 Biekert, Ilse
51 Brentano, Liggi
51 Brensing, Tena
51 Caspar-Fitser, Maria
51 Carvallo-Schulerin, G.
51 Conrad, Martta
51 Ederz-Alber
51 Fehrle, Klara
51 Frank, Ane
51 Friml, Géza
51 Garthe, Margarette
51 Geyer, Marianne
51 Häberlin, Paula
51 Haerter, Else
51 Hauser, Sophie
51 Hegemann, Marta
51 Hjertén-Grünewald, Sigrid
51 Hranitzky, Hana
51 Jaus, Annemarie
51 Joseph, Mely
51 Kerzinger-Werth, Emmy
51 Klein, Erika Giovanna
51 Klinker, Emmi
51 Koref-Stemmler, Gertrud
51 Kuthe, Clara
51 Kruse, Kathe
51 Laurens, Elie
51 Laszar, Llona
51 Lesznay, Anna
51 Martens, Luise von
51 Metzke-Rovira, H.
51 Michaelis, Alice
51 Moll, Margarete
51 Mortert, Hilde
51 Müller-Edner, Gerda
51 Mundlak, Regina
51 Naumann, Margarete
51 Neppert, Maria
51 Nesch
51 Peterhans
51 Proeless, Maria
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52 Photographs of art works by contemporary women artists (R-Z)
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51 Rathlef-Keilmann, Harriet von
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52 Rebay, Hilla
52 Ree, Anita
52 Regener, Viktoria
52 Reiniger, Lotte
52 Roger, Susanne
52 Schaller-Härlin, Kathe
52 Schaumann, Ruthe
52 Scheffer, Ilse
52 Schulz, Lili
52 Schwichtenberg, Marte
52 Seige-Schulz, Dora
52 Serapline
52 Sintenis, Reneé
52 Slavena, Maria
52 Stefula, Dorothea
52 Steiner, Lilly
52 Steinitz, Kate
52 Strauss, Paula
52 Stromberger, H.
52 Stzyjenska, Sophie
52 Venard, Saloné
52 Vinerka-Thorn, Li
52 Vogel-Gutmann, Klara
52 Walden-Heimann, Nell
52 Waldenschmidt, Ally
52 Welti, Lucie
52 Wolf, Lulu
52 Wolff, Sylvia
52 Wolfthorn, Julie
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53 Photographs of art works by women artists (arranged thematically)
53 Women Artists from Antiquity and the Middle Ages
53 German, Women Artists for the Renaissance to the 19th Century
53 Swiss, Women Artists of the Past
53 French and English, Women Artists until 1900
53 Italian and Spanish, Women Artists until 1900
53 Hungarian, Women Artists
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54 Photographs of art works by contemporary women artists and art in general (arranged thematically)
54 Foreign, Contemporary Women Artists
54 French, Contemporary Women Artists
54 African Art and Art of the South Pacific
54 German, Contemporary Women Artists (unidentified)
54 Folk Art by Women from Foreign Regions
54 German Art (1500-1800)
54 German Art (19th Century, A-G)
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55 Photographs of art works (arranged thematically)
55 German Art (19th Century, H-M)
55 German Art (19th Century, N-R)
55 German Art (19th Century, S-Z)
55 Art of Antiquity
55 Engish Art
55 French Art, Painting (19th Century, A-F)
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56 Photographs of art works (arranged thematically)
56 French Art, Painting (19th Century, G-Q)
56 French Art, Sculpture (19th Century)
56 Dutch and Flemish Art
56 Italian Art of the Past
56 Russian Art
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57 Photographs of art works (arranged thematically)
57 Swiss Art
57 Spanish Painting
57 Hungarian Painting
57 Theater and Stage Design
57 Marseille
57 American Architecture
57 Exhibitions
57 Theater Design and Costume
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58 Photographs of art works (arranged thematically)
58 Landscape Architecture
58 Swiss Architecture
58 Applied Arts in Germany and Austria
58 Applied Arts by the WMF (Württemburgische mettalwaren Fabriken)
58 Urban Forms of Advertisement
58 Museum of Modern Art in New York (postcards of the collections)
58 German Cities
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59 Photographs and negatives of art works (arranged thematically)
59 1 List of artist names
Represents photographs of art works removed from the Hildebrandt papers and placed in the Getty Research Institute's Photo Study collection.
59 2 Theater design and costume, 15 b&w images, n.d.
59 3 Theater design and costume, 14 b&w images, n.d.
59 4 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, general, n.d.
59 5 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, general, n.d.
59 6 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, general, n.d.
59 7 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, n.d.
[See also box 46.]
59 8 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, n.d.
[See also Box 47-48.]
59 9 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, n.d.
[See also Box 49.]
59 10 Photographic negatives of images in the Hildebrandt photo collection, n.d.
[See Box 50.]
Series VI. Lily Hildebrandt's papers, 1907-1979 1.5 linear feet 5 boxes
These papers include biographical documents, resumés, reviews, correspondence and assorted newspaper articles by Lily Hildebrandt. Significant materials include ca. 230 letters from Walter Gropius (1919-1969) dating from during and after their love affair, letters from her son Rainer Hildebrandt, and printed catalogues by or about Hans Hildebrandt. This series also includes letters written by Lily Hildebrandt on behalf of her late husband (organized alphabetically by addressee), birthday greetings received on the occasion of her 80th birthday (1967), letters of condolence upon her death (1974), clippings about Hans Hildebrandt, and correspondence with artists and colleagues concerning a publication on the life and works of Hans Hildebrandt.
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60 Manuscripts and press clippings, 1907-1974
60 1 Lebenslauf and Biographical description by H. Sprinz, , 1947-1960 1927
60 2-8 Manuscripts by Lily Hildebrandt, n.d.
60 2 "Die X. Triennale im Mailand und die Künstlerin," "Die Frau auf die Mailänder Triennale," n.d.
60 3 Manuscripts concerning various artists, n.d.
60 4 Manuscripts & reviews: "Das Institut Français in Stuttgart," 1953
60 5 "Le Corbusier," n.d.
60 6 "Rin heisser Somertag," n.d.
60 7 'Elisabeth Schuler: Tausend und Ein Menü, Was Koche ich an 365 Tagen?" n.d.
60 8 Dedications and poems, n.d.
60 9 Manuscripts concerning Lily Hildebrandt, by Emmy Wollner, and O. Domnick, 1907-1974
60 10 Manuscripts, Rainer Hildebrandt, "Zur Erinnerung an Lily Hildebrandt und als Dank für Teilnahme in Worte und mit Blumenspenden," n.d.
5 copies with b&w photographs.
60 11 Manuscripts by Lily Hildebrandt, diary, "Moritat" from Dachau, n.d.
60 12 Press clippings concerning Lily Hildebrandt, 1913-1914
60 13 Exhibition catalogue, "Das Bilderbuch Ausstellung von Bilderbüchern und illustrierten Märchenbüchern aus Gegenwart und Vergangenheit," Städtische Kunsthalle Mannheim, ] 19 Dec 1917
60 14 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrant, 1918-1923
60 15 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1927-1928
60 16 Illustrations by Lily Hildebrandt in: Massimo Bontempelli, "Die Frau mit den Gefärbten Haaren," Der Querschnitt X, 455-466, Jul 1930
60 17 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1930-1931
60 18 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1932-1933
60 19 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrant, 1949
60 20 Manuscript, "Werk und Zeit: Monatszeitung des Deutechen Werkbundes" IX, Nov 1960
60 21 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1961
60 22 Catalogue, "Hinterglas-Malerei im XX. Jahrhundert," Gutenberg-Museum Mainz, ) 3 Nov 1962-2 Dec 1962
60 23 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1962-1963
60 24 Catalogue, "Hommage à Franz Roh," Kunstverein, München, 23 Aug 1966-22 Sep 1966
60 25 10 Werk X, 1967
60 26 Exhibition reviews about Lily Hildebrandt, 1972
60 27 Obituaries, 1974
60 28 Undated reviews and articles, n.d.
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61 Newspaper articles, artist correspondence, and birthday greetings, 1925-1967
61 1 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1925
61 2 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1929
61 3 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1930
61 4 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1931
61 5 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1932
61 6 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1953
61 7 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1954
61 8 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1956
61 9 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1957
61 10 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1959
61 11 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1960
61 12 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1961
61 13 Newspaper article, Lily Hildebrandt, 1962
61 14-16 Newspaper articles, Lily Hildebrandt, , 1963 n.d.
61 17 (A-E) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Ursula Binder-Hagelstange, Clasi Bischoff, Max Braun, Hans Büchenbacher, Bundespräsidialamt, Els Bundschu, Cantz'nse Druckerei, René Cheval, Ann Chiles, Hans Curjel, Deutsche Zeitung, Deutsche Rundschau, Bad Ditzenbach, Wolf Donndorf, Esslinger Zeitung, Erdlé
61 18 (F-H) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Dr. Flemming, Frankfurter Rundschau, Walter Freutz, Eberhard Hölscher, Hans Werner Geerdts, Entschädigungsbehörde, Waldemar George, Georgette, Rochowiak, Willy Gross, Girsberger, Wolfgang Gurlitt, Krista Gutbrod, Hang, Hauptmann, Wolfgang Hertel, Heidenheimer Neuste Nachrichten, Hessischen Nachrichten, E. Hönig, Gerd Hoppe, Lund Humphries
61 19 (I-L) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt International Bauausstellung (IBA), Hermann Jockisch, Kaufmann, Kohlmanner-Verlag, Friedrich Wilhelm Krapp, Ida Kriemler, Wilhelm Kütemeyer, Fritz Landwehr, Klaus Lankheit, Langhammer, Leonhard, Paula Lustnamer
61 20 (M-N) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Paul Mahlberg, Mannheimer Morgen, McKinley, Whisky-Depot, Louise Mendelsoh, Der Monat, Nicola Moufang, Münchner Merkur, Neue Heimat, Neu Württembergische Zeitung, Nollstadt
61 21 (M-Sch) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
E. Petermann, Pfälzer Tageblatt, Pfizenmaier, Pfizer-Padel, Christine Popp, Henry G. Proskauer, Arbeitsamt Rastatt, Willy Rauscher, Annemarie Ritter, Ruhr-Festspiele (Manuscript, concerning Egon Schiele), Gustav Schleicher, Schmidt, Gotthold Schneider, Schuler, Schöck, Schwäbische Donauzeitung, Schwäbische Post, Schwäbische Taglbatt, Schwarzwälder Boten
61 22 (S-T) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Alice Selten, Südwest-Presse, Stangel, Stedelijk Museum, Otto Stelzer, Stotz, Stuttgart, Schumann, Südkurier, Wolfgang Trautwein
61 23-24 (U) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Verlag Ullstein
61 25 (W) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
G. Wais, L. V. Waechler, Wallenborn, Wedlich, Wehrle, Weidenbach, Die Welt, Paul Wember, Das Werk, Deutscher Werkbund, Werner, West Deutsche Rundschau, Wieser, Hans M. Wingler, Württ. Kunst Verein
61 26 (Z) Correspondence with Lily Hildebrandt
Felix Züfle, Altbier, unidentified
61 27 (A-K) Birthday greetings and responses, 1967
Dr. Adler, Albers, Alfred and Trudel Arndt, Wilfrid A. Bruckmann, Hans Crujel, Deutsche Bank, O. Domnick, Klaus & Suzanne Fischet, Hans Werner Geerdts, Grieshaber, Hirsche, Kahnweiler, Heinz Keller, Felix Klee, Dr. Klett
61 28 (K-S) Birthday greetings and responses, 1967
Eugen Keuerleben, Alexander Koch, Manfred Lehmbruck, Lohse, Lucia Moholy-Nagy, Musper, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Petermann, Hirte Pfizer, Heinz Rasch, Julianne Roh, Oskar Schlemmer, Erna Stotz Ellmenreich, Steneberg, Käthe Ströhler
61 29 (S-Z) Birthday greetings and responses, 1967
Rosemarie Usener, Verband bildender Künstler, Vescovi, E. Vordemberge-Leda, Wagenfeld, Werkbund, Alice Widenschler, Gerrud Wörn, Leopold Zahn
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62 Letters from Walter Gropius, 1919-1968
62 1 Photocopies of transcriptions of Gropius letters, (34 items) n.d.
62 2 Letters from Walter Gropius, (10 items) 1919
With typed transcriptions.
62 3 Letters from Walter Gropius, (22 items) 1920
62 4 Letters from Walter Gropius, (17 items) 1921
62 5 Letters from Walter Gropius, (25 items) 1922
62 6 Letters from Walter Gropius, (9 items) 1923
62 7 Letters from Walter Gropius, (3 items) 1924
62 8 Letters from Walter Gropius, (3 items) 1925-1926
62 9 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1927
62 10 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1928
62 11 Letters from Walter Gropius, (9 items) n.d.
62 12 Letters from Walter Gropius, (18 items) n.d.
62 13 Fragments and notes from Walter Gropius, (7 items) n.d.
62 14 Fragments and notes from Walter Gropius, (7 items) n.d.
62 15 Typed letters from Walter Gropius, (3 items) 1936
One letter is from the London Gallery, LTD.
62 16 Letters from Walter Gropius, (2 items) 1937
62 17 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1938
62 18 Letters from Walter Gropius, (2 items) 1939
62 19 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1946
62 20 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1948
62 21 Letters from Walter Gropius, (1 item) 1951
62 22 Letters from Walter Gropius, (3 items) 1952
62 23 Letters from Walter Gropius, (3 items) 1953
62 24 Letters from Walter Gropius, (5 items) 1955
62 25 Letters from Walter Gropius, (6 items) 1956-1957
62 26 Letters from Walter Gropius, (8 items) 1958-1960
62 27 Letters from Walter Gropius, (12 items) 1961-1963
Including 1 autograph letter and 5 responses from Lily.
62 28 Letters from Walter Gropius, (6 items) 1964-1966
62 29 Letters from Walter Gropius, (11 items) 1967
Including 7 responses from Lily.
62 30 Letters from Walter Gropius, (9 items) 1968
Including 4 responses from Lily and 1 b&w photograph of Gropius.
62 31 Letters from Walter Gropius, (7 items) 1969
Including 2 responses from Lily.
62 32 Postcards from Walter Gropius, (8 items) n.d.
62 33 Telegrams from Walter Gropius, (24 items) 1919-1968
62 34 Addressed envelopes from Walter Gropius (35 items)
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63 Letters of condolence and correspondence concerning Hans Hildebrandt Nachlaß, 1974-1979
63 1 Letters of condolence to Rainer Hildebrandt
From Joseph Albers, Brigitte Bächer, Margaret Baumeister, Ida Chagall, Katharina Christiansen, Doris Dieckmann, Koko Döcker, Wolf & Maria Donndorf, Eugen Dreifus, Ilse Fehling, Klaus Jürgen-Fischer, Elly Fleischmann, Hans Werner, Geerdts, Carola Giedion-Welcker, Ilse Gropius, Ruth Haase, Hannah Höch, Anneliese Itten, Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler.
63 2 Letters of condolence to Rainer Hildebrandt
From Inge Karsch, Lothar Kempter, Wolfgang Ketterer, Felix Klee, Hans Page Koellmann, Kultusministerium, Guido Lehmbruch, Kurt Leonhard, Frau Dr. Meng, Fritz Martini, Elisabeth Nay, Christoph Neeff, Hannes Neuner, Aenne Pahl, Henry G. Proskauer, Jutta Rasch, Lou Ribbentrop-Leudesdorff, Julianne Roh, Alfred Roth, Ralf Wagner, Albrecht Sellner, Stankowski, Eberhard Steneberg, Erna Stotz-Ellmenreich.
63 3 Letters of condolence to Rainer Hildebrandt
From Stadt Stuttgart, Verband bildender Künstler, Käthe Volkart-Schlager, Ilse E. Vordemberge-Leda, Wagenfeld, Clemence von Waechter, Vincient Weber, Hilde Weispert, Gertrud Wörn.
63 4-6 Manuscript and documents, R. Hildebrandt & P. Schiller, n.d.
63 7 Manuscript and documents, R. Hildebrandt & P. Schiller, "Materialien zum Durchbruch der Moderne aus dem Nachlaß von Hans Hildebrandt," n.d.
63 8 Manuscript and documents, R. Hildebrandt & P. Schiller, n.d.
63 9 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Max Ackermann, Akademie der Künste, Joseph Albers, Verlag der Arche, Margariete Arp, Max Bücher, Bauhaus Archiv.
63 10 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Willi Baumeister, Belser Verlag, Hans Brühlmann, Paul Citroën, Debus, Germanisches Nationalmuseums, Camille Graeser.
63 11 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Grieshaber, Prof. Grohmann, Ise Gropius, Gerd Hatje, Hans R. Hendrichs, Doris Dieckmann, Hans P. Koelmann.
63 12 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Karl Krämer, Klaus Jürgen-Fischer, Kurt Leonhard, Edition marzona, Bodo Rasch, Eberhardt Roters.
63 13 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Rowohlt Verlag, Peter Schiller, Tut Schlemmer, Schlichte-kataloge (Viola Roehr-Alvensleben), Schmidt-Rottluff, Anton Stankowski, E. Steneberg, Hans Georg Gmelin, Erich Stenner.
63 14 Correspondence and documents concerning publications on Hans Hildebrandt
Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart, Kultusministerium Baden-Württemberg, Technische Hochschule Stuttgart, Universität Stuttgart, Heinz Trökes, Vincent Weber, Wolfgang Werner, Gertrud Wörn.
63 15 Catalogue: Oskar Schlemmer: 1888-1943, Graphisches Kabinett; Bremen, 1976-1977
63 16 Catalogue: Hans Hildebrandt und sein Kreis, Graphisches Kabinett; Bremen, 1978-1979
63 17 Newspaper clippings, 1978-1979
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64 Oversized items: printed material [relate to Series III]
64 1 Newspaper article, Deutsche Kunst Austtellung, "Sontags-Beilage," Schwäbischen Merkur, Nr. 189 15 Aug 1937
[Removed from Box 17.]
64 2 Newspaper article, "Sontags-Beilage," Schwäbischen Merkur, Nr. 195, 22 Aug 1937
[Removed from Box 17.]
64 3 Newspaper article, "Die Neugestaltung der Reichshauptstadt," Berliner Börsen-Zeitung, Nr. 45, 28 Jan 1938
[Removed from Box 17.]
64 4 Offprint with editorial corrections, Hans Hildebrandt, "Oskar Schlemmer: Analyse eines Bildesund anderer Dinge," 1951
[Removed from Box 27.]