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Francisco Valença papers, 1895-1963

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Valença (Francisco) papers
Series I. Correspondence, 1900-1962, undated 1.6 Linear Feet (4 Boxes)
Series I comprises files of correspondence, generally between Portuguese artists, caricaturists, writers, journalists, politicians, intellectuals and Valença. Letters are typically handwritten and may include typewritten poems or personal documents. Although there is a large range of people who contacted Valença there are only a small number of letters from each correspondent. Taken as a whole the series offers a great overview of the artist's network in times of political changes and press censorship. Among the highlights of this series are the files with correspondence of Manuel Aníbal da Costa Monterroso, Tomás Júlio Leal da Câmara and Artur Ernesto Santa Cruz de Magalhães and Valença.
Arrangement
Materials are arranged in alphabetical order by the correspondent's last name or institution. Assorted materials are filed at the end.
box folder
1 1 Aboim, Raúl de, 1926
Portuguese writer, poet, journalist (1882-1940). The folder contains one handwritten letter and one handwritten postcard.
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2 4 Aldemeira, Luís Varela, 1931-1947
Portuguese painter, designer, watercolourist, author and professor of art (1895-1974). The folder contains four handwritten letters, one post card, one handwritten letter on Câmara Municipal de Lisboa letterhead, one postcard on Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes letterhead.
2 5 Almeida, José António de, 1909
Portuguese Republican politican, founder and director of the newspaper Alma Nacional: Revista Republicana (1866-1929). The folder contains one handwritten letter, one postcard on Alma Nacional letterhead, business cards.
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1 1 Amaral, João Eloy Ferreira do, 1950
Portuguese painter, caricaturist and professor of art (1874-1955). The folder contains two handwritten letters and one business card.
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2 1 Andrade Soares, Aníbal da, 1909-1921
Portuguese lawyer, politician, writer and journalist (1882-1925). The folder contains sixteen handwritten letters and five handwritten notes, among those some on Diário de Notícias letterhead.
1 1 Aires de Gouvêa, Alberto Rodrigues, undated
Portuguese painter (1867-1941). The folder contains two blueprint letters that focus on mutual acknowledgement of the exhibition at the Sociedade Nactional de Belas Artes.
1 1 Araujo, Antonio da, 1946-1950
Of. Da Ord. Mil. de Chr. The folder contains three handwritten letters and one business card.
1 1 Bergström, Magnus, 1937
The folder contains three handwritten letters on Emprêsa Nacional de Publicidade S.A.R.L. letterhead.
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2 2 Bettencourt, Rebelo de, 1922-1948
Portuguese poet, journalist, literary critic (1894-1969). The folder contains 13 handwritten postcards and three handwritten letters.
2 6 Blasco, Mercedes, 1905-1940
Portuguese actress (1870-1961). The folder contains three handwritten postcards and one handwritten letter dealing with the caricatures for the books Musa Hystérica (1908) and Memórias de una actriz (1908) by Mercedes Blasco.
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1 1 Botelho, Carlos, undated
Portuguese painter, illustrator and caricaturist (1899-1982). The folder contains two handwritten letters, one of them written on Renascença Gráfica letterhead.
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2 3 Bordallo Pinheiro, Pedro, 1921-1933
Colleague of Valença at Sempre Fixe. The folder contains 13 handwritten letters, eight of them are written on letter paper of Diário de Notícias and one business card.
2 7 Brun, André Francisco, 1900-1925
Portuguese humorous writer, commissioned officer and co-publisher of O Chinelo (1881-1926). The folder contains 14 handwritten letters with sketches on verso, one postcard and business cards. The correspondence includes an invitation to meet Grupo de Amigos de Andre Brun in 1917. Names on the guest list were: Dr. Antonio Macieira, Tenente Coronel Eduardo de Almeida, Eduardo Schwalbach, Paulo Pompei, Ohaby Pinheiro, Pereira Coelho, Francisco Valença.
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1 1 Caixa de Previdência, 1930-1945
The folder contains four typed letters dealing with a contribution to the exhibition organized by the Caixa de Previdência da Imprensa de Lisboa in 1930, 1932 and 1945 as well as a request for the design of an ex-libris of the Caixa de Previdência da Imprensa de Lisboa in March of 1933.
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3 20 Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, 1930
The folder contains five typed letters, two handwritten letters and three handwritten postcards. Among those letters signed by Daniel Rodrigues de Sousa and Luís Pastor de Macedo.
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1 1 Cândido, Alfredo, 1929-1947
Portuguese painter and caricaturist (1879-1960). The folder contains one business card and four handwritten letters, among those three are written on Amigos-Defensôres do Museu Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro letterhead.
1 1 Cardozo, Mário, 1947-1948
Portuguese officer, writer and archaeologist (1898-1982). The folder contains three handwritten letters on Sociedade Martins Sarmento Guimarãs letterhead and one typed letter.
1 1 Carneiro, António Teixeira, 1933
Portuguese painter, designer, illustrator, poet and professor of art (1872-1930). The folder contains one handwritten letter on Fama: Revista semanal de actualidades internacionais letterhead.
1 1 Casa do Distrito do Porto, 1946
The folder contains six typed letters signed by M. Vaz Ferreira of the Casa do Distrito do Porto: Instituiçao Regionalista, Cultural e de Solidariedade. The letters deal with the preparation of an homage to Américo Amarelhe exhibited at the Sala dos Caricaturistas as well as with the publication of works by Almarelhe in Sempre Fixe. Moreover, there are details on the aquisition of caricatures by Alexandre Azevedo, Carlos Leal, Estevão Amarante, Adelina Fernandes and Américo Amarelhe and Francisco Valença.
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2 8 Castro Sampaio Corte-Real, Augusto de, 1919-1930
Portuguese lawyer, diplomat, politician and director of the newspaper Diário de Notícias during the years between 1919 and 1924. The folder contains two handwritten letters on Diário de Notícias letterhead and two handwritten letters on Legação de Portugal letterhead.
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1 1 Chagas, João, 1909
Portuguese journalist and politician, author of Cartas Politicas (1863-1925). The folder contains four handwritten letters, three notes and one business card.
1 1 Chaves, Luís, 1933-1938
Portuguese writer. The folder contains four typed and handwritten letters, among those one on Museu Etnologico do Dr. Leite de Vasconcellos letterhead and one typed manuscript titled Quem é? Quem é? by Luis Chaves.
1 1 Cócoras, Paulo de, 1928
The folder contains one handwritten letter and one manuscript.
1 3 Comissariado Geral do Governo na Exposição Internacional do Rio de Janeiro, 1923
The folder contains one typed letter and one receipt of works by different artists.
1 1 Conceiçao e Silva, João, 1910-1913
Portuguese doctor. The folder contains three handwritten letters and notes on business cards.
1 4-8 Costa Monterroso, Manuel Aníbal da, 1910-1961
Portuguese caricaturist, watercolourist, doctor and professor at the Escola de Belas Artes in Lisbon (1860-1968). The folders comprise one letter from 1910, two letters from 1915, circa 15 letters and postcards between 1941 and 1944 including caricatures, circa 40 letters and postcards from 1945 including caricatures, circa 25 letters and postcards between 1946 and 1949 including caricatures, circa 40 letters and postcards between 1951 and 1961 including coloured caricatures and five letters undated.
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2 9 Cunha, Augusto, 1930-1934
Portuguese lawyer and writer. The folder contains two handwritten letters, one written on O Mundo letterhead.
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1 1 Dantas, Júlio, 1934-1950
Portuguese poet, journalist, writer, politician, doctor and president of the Academie das Ciências de Lisboa (1876-1962).
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3 19 Diário de Notícias, 1921
The folder contains the correspondence of various people who worked at the newspaper. The folder contains two handwritten letters and two notes possibly by José Rangel de Lima, two handwritten letters and one note possibly by P. Coelho with a sketch on the verso, five handwritten letters and five notes from an unknown sender, business card of Armanda Boaventura and one note from Norberto Lopes.
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2 10 Domingues Heleno, Manuel, 1921-1944
Director of the Museu Etnológico do Dr. Leite Vasconcelos, Instituto Português de Arqueologia, História e Etnografia and professor at University of Lisbon. The folder contains 26 handwritten letters. Among those there are nine on Museu Etnológico do Dr. Leite de Vasconellos letterhead and ten handwritten postcards.
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1 1 Dos Santos, Reynaldo, 1944
Portuguese doctor, co-founder and president of the Academia Nacional ed Belas Artes (1880-1970). The folder contains one typed thank you letter for a caricature by Francisco Valença.
1 1 Duarte, João Baptista, 1926-1942
The folder contains two handwritten letters, two handwritten postcards and one note on a business card.
1 1 Duarte Gomes Leal, António, 1909
Portuguese poet and literary critic (1848-1921). The folder contains one handwritten letter.
1 2 Eira, João da, 1928
The folder contains one typed manuscript titled Opiniões sobre o 'Raid' by João da Eira, dated February 28, 1928.
1 2 Emygdio de Carvalho, Raul, 1942
Portuguese lawyer. The folder contains one typed letter dealing with a conferencia humoristica no Club Militar Naval and the Escola de Caixas.
1 2 Federação dos Amigos da Escola Primera, 1923
The folder contains three typed letters including a request for illustrations of the reprint of the statues by the Federação dos Amigos da Escola Primera with sketches on the verso.
2 11 Fernandes, Joaquim Agostinho, 1928-1953
Portuguese entrepreneur, collector of art and books, supporter of the Museu José Malhôa. The folder contains five handwritten letters, three handwritten postcards, one business card, three manuscripts and one typed review on Francisco Valença dated 1928.
2 15 Ferrão, Julieta, 1920-1949
Conservator at the Câmara Municipal de Lisboa. The folder contains a typed list of artwork on loan to an exhibition for the occasion of the centenary of the poet Gomes Leal, 22 handwritten letters, six of them on Museu Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro letterhead, nine on letter paper of Amigos-Defensôres do Museu Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, one of them on Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, one business card and five postcards.
2 12 Ferreira, Armando, 1936-1942
Portuguese engineer, humorous writer and journalist (1893-1968). The folder contains five handwritten postcards and four handwritten letters. Among those one with a sketch on the verso.
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1 2 Figueiredo, João Luis, 1926
The folder contains one handwritten letter.
2 13 Fonseca Guedes, Pedro da, 1929-1954
Portuguese painter, watercolourist and friend of Valença (1874-1961). The folder contains one handwritten letter and four handwritten postcards, some on of Sociedade Nacional de Belas Arte letterhead.
2 14 Forjaz Sampaio, Albino, undated
Portuguese journalist, writer and historian (1884-1949). The folder contains one handwritten letter, one note and two handwritten postcards on Ministerio do Fomento, Bibliotéca e Arquivo Geral letterhead.
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1 2 Frazão de Vasconcellos, 1935
The folder contains one handwritten letter.
1 2 Gabinete Portugués de Leitura no Rio de Janeiro, 1923
The folder contains one typed letter dealing with the newspaper Varões Assinalados.
1 2 Gomes Ribeiro, Aquilino, 1945, undated
The folder contains two handwritten letters and one business card.
2 16 Hofacker de Moser, Eduardo, 1929
Consulate General of Liberia and Consulado de la Republica de Panamá. The folder contains two handwritten letters, one typed letter and one handwritten copy of a letter by Francico Valença referring to Maria Ludovina Pinheiro Magalhães offering the sale of works by Praia das Maçãs, Cabeça de Velha, Remalho, Alves de Sá, Christino, J. Vaz, Keil, Anunciação and Silva Porto.
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1 2 Inválidos do Comércio, 1936-1943
The folder contains three typed letters dealing with the caricature of Alexandre Ferreira, that was published in Sempre Fixe March 10, 1932. Includes letter with sketch on verso.
2 18 Leal, Carlos, 1921-1949
Actor (1878-). The folder contains 11 handwritten postcards, two letters and three business cards.
2 19 Leal da Câmara, Tomás Júlio, 1922-1947
Portuguese caricaturist, watercolourist, friend and colleague of Valença, member of Sociedade de Humoristas Portugueses (1876-1948). The folder contains 40 handwritten postcards and letters on Por Bem: Grupo dos Humoristas Portugueses letterhead, Rinchõa-Mercês: Iniciativas-Propaganda-Melhoramentos and Aldeia Portuguêza letterhead as well as business cards.
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1 1 Leal, Thomaz de'Eça, 1918-1954
Portuguese writer (1876-). The folder contains three handwritten letters, among those on Jornal da Mulher letterhead, six handwritten postcards and one note on a business card.
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2 17 Leite de Vasconcellos Cardoso Pereira de Melo, José, 1915-1937
Writer, founder and director of the Portuguese National Museum of Archaeology (1858-1941). The folder contains 16 handwritten postcards, one note and one carbon copy of Epistola ao Dr. Hugo Shuchardt dated July 22, 1900.
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1 2 Lopes, Joaquim, 1940-1945
2 20 Lopes Oliveiro, A., 1946-1950
Friend of Valença. The folder contains five handwritten letters.
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1 2 Lucena, Armando de, 1944
Professor at the Escola de Belas Artes de Lisboa, writer for O Diário Nacional (1886-1975). The folder contains one handwritten letter expressing admiration for Valença`s caricatures.
1 2 Machado, A. Victor, 1929-1935
Portuguese journalist, dramatic writer and translator. The folder contains three handwritten letters and one note referring to Sempre Fixe among others.
1 2 Madureira, Joaquim, 1910-1942
Portuguese jurist, writer, journalist, art critic (1874-1954). Also known as Braz Burity or Burity. The folder contains one handwritten letter and four notes.
1 2 Magalhães, Acácio Lino de, 1943-1947
Portuguese painter, sculptor, caricaturist and professor at Escola de Belas Artes de Pôrto (1878-1956). The folder contains two handwritten letters and one note on business card.
2 21 Magalhães Godinho, Dr. (José?), 1914-1915
The folder contains four typed letters dealing with the newspaper Varões Assinalados, a book by Francisco Valença, and the Catálogo Cómico da Exposiçao da Sociedade Nacional das Belas Artes by Carlos Semões.
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1 2 Malhôa, José Vital Branco, 1911-1933
Portuguese painter and member of Grupo do Leão (1855-1933). The folder contains one handwritten letter, one postcard, one business card and three handwritten poems dated 1926.
1 2 Martins, Prof. Rui Fernandes, 1946-1947
The folder contains two handwritten letters.
2 22 Marques Júnior, Henrique, 1916-1950
Portuguese publicist (1881-1953) and friend of Valença. The folder contains eight handwritten letters, among those one on O Journal do Comercio e das Colonias letterhead, nine postcards and one business card.
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1 2 Matos Sequeira, Gustavo de, 1919-1930
Portuguese politician, writer and journalist (1880-1962). The folder contains one handwritten letter on O Seculo letterhead, one handwritten postcard and one note on business card.
1 2 Mattos, Jayme de, 1930-1932
Portuguese pharmacist. The folder contains five handwritten and typed letters regarding Mr. Plandiura and Dr. Bissaia Barreto and two handwritten postcards.
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3 1 May Totta, Alberto Antonio, 1919-1950
The folder contains three handwritten letter with sketches and one business card.
1 2 Mayer Garçâo, Francisco, 1910-1913
Writer, editor of the newspaper O Mundo and correspondent to the Brasilian province Pará (1872-1930). The folder contains two handwritten letters on Ministerio dos Negocios Estrangeiros letterhead and one business card of Mayer Carção.
2 23 Meira, Alberto, 1913-1944
The folder contains 25 handwritten letters, five handwritten postcards, one business card.
2 24 Melo Pimentel, Carlos de, 1920-1931
The folder contains seven handwritten postcards and seven handwritten letters on Governo Civil de Lisboa, Ministério da Instrução Pública, Ministério da Instrução Pública, O Mundo, Comissariado Geral do Governo na Exposição Internacional do Rio de Janeiro letterhead and one business card.
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1 2 Ministério do Interior Republica Portugueza, 1913-1932
The folder contains one handwritten letter and three handwritten notes.
1 2 Ministério das Colónias 1936
The folder contains a typed letter signed by Julio Caiolla referring to the journal A Carantonha and the exhibition Exposição de Recordações de Mousinho in 1936.
1 2 Monteiro, Mario, 1930-1931
Lawyer. The folder contains five handwritten letters and three notes on business cards.
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3 2 Moraes, Alfredo Janúario de, 1923-1938
Portuguese painter, cartoonist, lithographer at Imprensa Nacional, co-founder of the Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes (1872-1971). The folder contains five handwritten postcards, three handwritten letters with an illustration on the verso and one business card.
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1 2 Moreira Fernandes, J., 1941
The folder contains one handwritten letter.
1 2 Museu Municipal Dr. Santos Rocha, 1947
The folder contains two handwritten letters and one typed letter on the Câmara Municipal da Figueira da Foz letterhead. The letters refer to the journal Eco Artistico and the national value of Portuguese art.
1 2 Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, 1944
The folder contains one typed letter referring to a request by Francisco Valença.
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3 3 Museu Provincial de José Malhôa, 1950-1956
The folder contains four handwritten postcards and one handwritten letter.
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1 2 Néves, Alvaro, 1921-1935
The folder contains three handwritten postcards and five handwritten letters, among those one letter written on Amigos-Defensôres do Museu Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro letterpaper and one letter with biographical refrences.
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3 4 Nunes, Emmércio Hartwich Jacinto, 1925
Portuguese painter, watercolourist, illustrator, caricaturist and member of Sociedade de Humoristas Portugueses (1888-1968). The folder contains four handwritten postcards dealing with O Espectro and two handwritten letters.
3 22 O Commercio do Porto, 1912-1924
The folder contains eight typed postcards and 19 typed letters with some sketches on the verso.
3 23 O Mundo: Jornal Republicano da Manhã, 1904-1921
The folder contains nine handwritten and typed letters and one note.
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1 3 Ortigão de Oliveira, Alberto, 1946-1947
The folder contains two handwritten letters.
3 24 O Século: O Jornal de Maior Circulaçao, 1920-1942
The folder contains 12 typed and handwritten letters.
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1 3 Osório de Oliveira, José, 1936
Portuguese writer, poet and literary critic (1900-1964). The folder contains two handwritten letters dealing with the book Romance de Garrett by José Osório de Oliveira as well as the newspaper Sempre Fixe and Diário de Libra.
1 3 Perdigão, Henrique, 1926
Portuguese editor and writer (1888-1944). The folder contains two handwritten letters.
3 17 Perdigão, L. P., 1929-1932
The folder contains four handwritten letters.
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1 3 Pereira, José, 1924-1926
Portuguese sculptor and professor at Escola Industrial Afonso Domingues em Xabregas (b. 1884). The folder contains one handwritten letter, four handwritten postcards and one business card.
1 3 Pereira de Sampaio, José (Bruno), 1910
Portuguese writer, philosopher and publisher (1875-1915) who was best known by his literary pseudonym Bruno. The folder contains one handwritten letter and one note on a business card.
3 5 Pina, Julio, 1918
Director of Galeria Nacional de Belas-Artes and friend of Valença. The folder contains six handwritten postcards, one business card, two handwritten letters and handwritten notice of receipt of artwork by the Galeria Nacional de Belas-Artes.
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1 3 Pinto Sacavém, Afredo, 1914-1915
Portuguese writer (1874-1949), member of Arcadia de Roma, secretary to Ecco Artistico and correspondent of Il Mondo Artistico, Milano. The folder contains four handwritten letters and notes on business cards.
1 3 Portela, Artur, 1956
The folder contains four handwritten letters on Renascença Gráfica letterhead.
3 6 Portela, Severo, 1937
Portuguese painter, sculptor and writer (1898-1953). The folder contains four handwritten letters, one handwritten postcard and one business card.
3 7 Portocarrero Casimiro, Mário, 1930-1942
The folder contains seven handwritten letters, five handwritten postcards, one business card and one typed review of the work by Francisco Valença written by Mário Portocarrero Casimiro, dated May 21, 1931.
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1 3 Rebelo Gonçalves, F., 1946, 1962
The folder contains two handwritten letters.
1 3 Reis, Carlos, 1929
The folder contains one handwritten letter.
3 8 Ressano Garcia, Arnaldo Cardoso, 1910-1945
Portuguese caricaturist and professor of engineering (1880-1947). The folder contains one telegram, five handwritten letters, one handwritten postcard and one business card. Among those one is on Universitas Olisiponensis, Gabinete de Desenho letterhead.
3 9 Rocha Martins, Francisco José da, 1931-1944
Portuguese journalist, political activist, writer. The folder contains some business cards and four handwritten letters, among those one on ABC: Revista Portuqueza de Actualidades letterhead.
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1 3 Roque Gameiro Leitão, Helena de, undated
Portoguese watercolourist and professor of art, wife of José Júlio Marques Leitão de Barros (1895- ). The folder contains one handwritten letter.
1 3 Rosa, João, 1933-1956
The folder contains three handwritten postcards.
3 10 Saavedra Machado, João, 1908-1931
Portuguese artist and conservator at the Museu Anatómico de Lisboa and member of Sociedade de Humoristas Portugueses (1887-1950). The folder contains nine handwritten postcards, one business card and four handwritten letters. Among those one on Alma Nova: Revista Mensal de Ressurgimento Intelectual e Artistico letterhead.
3 11 Salão Silva Porto, 1935-1945
The folder contains three typed letters dealing with an exhibition of works by Dr. Monterroso e Alfredo Moraes at the Salão Silva Porto realized in cooperation with Francisco Valença in 1945, one typed postcard and one invoice.
3 12 Salgueiro Pinto da Costa, Luiz, 1921-1923
The folder contains seven handwritten and typed letters, among those there are some sketches on verso.
3 1 Santa Cruz Magalhães, Artur Ernesto de, 1911-1926
Portuguese intellectual, critic, poet, founder of the Museu Bordalo Pinheiro and friend of Valença (1864-1928). The folder contains 85 handwritten letters, some with sketches, 18 handwritten postcards, five handwritten poems by Artur Ernesto de Santa Cruz Magalhães and business cards.
1 3 Sarmento, Hugo, 1926-1937
The folder contains two handwritten postcards and a note on a business card.
1 3 Senna Cardoso, Frederico Carlos de, 1912-1941
The folder contains one handwritten letter and two business cards.
3 14 Setta, Alexandre, 1932
The folder contains one typed manuscript to be published in Sempre Fixe (October 20, 1932) titled Por Lisboa: Balança para pessoas, com saída de bilhetes (nos lugares públicos), one handwritten postcard and two typed letters from L. Mackall.
3 15 Silva, António Zacarias da, 1953
The folder contains three typed and handwritten letters, one written on Associação dos Antigos Alunos de a Voz do Operário: Associação Cultural e de Solidariedade letterhead.
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1 3 Silva, Fernando da, 1947-1954
The folder contains one handwritten letter and one note.
3 21 Sociedad Nacional de Belas Artes, 1902-1944
The folder contains nine typed and handwritten letters, among those letters signed by Moreira Fernandes and others, one receipt of artwork, two handwritten acknowledgements, one carbon copy of a letter to the president of the Sociedade Nacional de Bellas Artes by Carlos Reis, November 14, 1931 as well as one carbon copy of a letter to Silveira e Castro from the committee on the exhibition of Seville (Comissário Geral de Portugal na Exposição de Sevilha) by Carlos Reis, April 17, 1930.
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1 3 Sousa, Alberto, 1920-1957
The folder contains one handwritten letter and two handwritten postcards.
3 18 Sousa Costa, Alice Branco de, 1920-1947
The folder contains four handwritten letters on Tribunal do Comércio Lisboa, Tribunal das Execuçoes Fiscais Porto and Tribunal Judicial de Lisboa letterhead.
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1 3 Sousa Costa, Emilía de, 1922-1924
Portuguese writer and feminist (1877-1959). The folder contains two handwritten letters and three notes on business cards.
1 3 Sousa Loureiro, Artur José de, 1910
Portuguese painter (1853-1932). The folder contains one handwritten letter dealing with a request for a contribution to an exhibition by Valença.
1 3 Teatroda Trinidade, 1946
The folder contains one announcement of the new play Cinco Judeus Alemãis at the Teatroda Trinidade in 1946.
3 16 Trigoso, João Maria de Jesus de Melo Falcão, 1928-1951
Portuguese painter, professor of art (1879-1956) who was a member of Grupo Silva Porto as well as of Grupo Ar Livre and studied in Lisbon. The folder contains four handwritten letters and four handwritten postcards.
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1 3 Trilho, Carlos, 1934
The folder contains one handwritten letter.
1 3 Vasa César Alves de Noronha, José Eduardo da, 1942
Portuguese military, writer, journalist.
3 2 Voetelink G.A.J, Johan, 1943
Consul Honoraire de Portugal. The letter contains one handwritten letter and one business card.
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4 1-6 Assorted, 1909-1959, undated
Contains business cards of: José Aboim Ascensão Contreiras, Eduardo D. Alves de Sá, Julio Alves, Affonso d`Ayevedo Nunes Branco, João de Barros, S. Luix Braga, Conceição e Silva Junior, Antonio do Couto (architect), Luís Derouet, Herminio Duarte Ferreira (medic), A. Havier Lobato, Sebastião de Lousa Dantas Baracho, Abilio Marçal (deputy), José Galino Marques, João G. Mattoso da Fonseca, Olga Moraes Sarmento da Silveira, Edmundo Oliviera (editor of Diário de Notícias), Araújo Pereira, Antonio de Sousa, Madeira Pinto (lawyer), Julio Pires, Etelvina Serra, A. J. da Silva Pinto, Nuno Simões, Alfredo de Sousa
Also contains postcards and notes from: Teatro Nacional Almeida Garrett (1918), Republica Portuguesa Ministerio dos Negocios Estrangeiros (1927), Governo Civil do Distrito de Braganca (1936), Republica Portuguesa Direccao Geral da Imprensa (1925), Direccao Geral da Estatistica (1917), Ministerio dos Negocios Ecclasiasticos e de Justica (undated), Direccao Geral da Contabilidade Publica (1937), Oficinas Graficas (undated), Empreza Teatral José Loureiro, Nunes, Carlos, Costa Ferreira (1913), as well as letters from various unidentified correspondents.


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