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box 25, folder 3

Palmer, Herbert B., 1964

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 letters to Held from Feigen Palmer Gallery in Los Angeles, 1 letter from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting to van Dyck.
box 25, folder 4

Paolis, Alessandra de, 1981

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 2 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 1 color transparency. Attribution of a portrait painting of a boy to Peter Lely or van Dyck. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 33.]
box 25, folder 5

Parkerson John E., 1986

Scope and Content Note

ca. 8 items (9 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, printed and illustrated matter. Attribution of Portrait of Sir Francis Crane to van Dyck.
box 25, folder 6

Parro, Robert Francis, 1994

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (2 leaves); with a color photograph pasted in. Attribution of a drawing referred to as The Creation of Eve to Rubens.
box 25, folder 7

Parsons, Gilman D., 1991

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 3 color photographs. Attribution of a painting to Rubens. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 34.]
box 25, folder 8

Paul, Eberhard, 1993

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 35.]
box 25, folder 9

Paul, Etter, 1989

Scope and Content Note

3 items: Paul's business card, 1 letter from Held, and a note.
box 25, folder 10

Peacock, Ross L., 1965

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held and 3 photographs.
box 25, folder 11

Pearce, David, 1982

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a painting of Saint Sebastian. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 36.]
box 25, folder 12

Peebles, B., 1962

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (2 leaves).
box 25, folder 13

Perez, R. R., 1964

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 3 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as Queen Tomyris receiving the Head of Cyrus to Rubens.
box 25, folder 14

Petersen, H. P., 1955

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph.
box 25, folder 15

Peterson, Martin E., 1972

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 25, folder 16

Petrides, Avra, 1983

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 25, folder 17

Posselt, Joseph F., 1964-1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 6 items (9 leaves): 2 letters to Held and 1945 letter from Theodore R. Racoosin to Edward J. Fay (copy).
box 25, folder 18

Pichler, R., 1972

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 2 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting referred to as Der trunkene Silen [ Drunken Silenus ] to van Dyck.
box 25, folder 19

Pick, Anita, 1990

Scope and Content Note

10 items: 2 letters to Held, 3 color photographs, illustrated and printed matter. Attribution of three paintings to Jan van Goyen. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 37.]
box 25, folder 20

Pifrader, Felix, 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Argayall-Invest S.A. in Marbella, Malaga, Spain. Regarding a painting referred to as a Michelangelo.
box 25, folder 21

Pimentel, Ursula M., 1992

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Attribution of a painting to Karel Philips Spierincks. With a mention of a signature by Poussin. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 38.]
box 25, folder 22

Poesch, Jessie, 1993

Scope and Content Note

3 items (5 leaves): 1 letter to Held, and printed matter. Attribution of several paintings from the collection of James Robb.
box 25, folder 23

Polo, Julio E., 1989

Scope and Content Note

ca. 10 items: correspondence between Polo, Sotheby's New York, and Held, typescripts, printed matter, and 4 photographs, including 2 in color. Attribution of two paintings from Polo's collection referred to as Lion hunt and Magdalen and Christ in the house of Simon the Pharisee. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 39., The large photo is shelved in Box 165*, F. 2.]
box 25, folder 24

Ponthier, Ferdinand, 1966

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to Rembrandt.
box 25, folder 25

Pontremoli, Maurizio, 1988-1989

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as Adoration of the Magi to Rubens.
box 25, folder 26

Posner, Wendy L., 1990

Scope and Content Note

5 items (6 leaves): 1 letter to Held from the Francine Ellman Gallery, 1 color photograph, printed matter, a manuscript, and a 1995 letter from Erik Larsen to Alex Schiffebian [?]. Attribution of a painting referred to as Magdalene in Penitence to van Dyck. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 40.]
box 25, folder 27

Prestley, Arthur F., 1976

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held and 3 color photographs. Attribution of a painting referred to as Der Engel führt Lot, sein Weib und seine beiden Töchter aus dem brennenden Sodom und Gomorra to Jacob Jordaens. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 41.]
box 25, folder 28

Proweller, William, 1972

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Regarding a Rembrandt drawing.
box 25, folder 29

Randall, Catherine Sreckee, 1962

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (3 leaves). Regarding a silver beaker.
box 25, folder 30

Read, Howard K., 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 2 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held, printed matters, and 2 photographs. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as Tribute money .
box 25, folder 31

Reddig, Karl J., Mrs. 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

8 items (9 leaves): 4 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 2 photographs. Attribution of a miniature painting to Rubens.
box 25, folder 32

Redmond, J. L., 1981

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 letters to Held, and 2 photographs. Attribution of a painting to Jacob Jordaens.
box 25, folder 33

Reeves, George N., 1968

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, 1 letter to Reeves from Philippe de Montebello at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, typescripts, copy of a 1940 letter by Senator A. Venturi of Italy, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting referred to as Saint John the Apostle to Francesco Trevisani.
box 25, folder 34

Renzoni, Jack A., 1967

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter from Held and 1 letter to Held. Attribution of a drawing.
box 25, folder 35

Ridley Finch, Edward, 1983

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 2 letters to Held, including 1 from Joseph Keiffer at William Doyle Galleries in New York, 1 letter and an invoice from Held, and Held's letter to Keiffer. Attribution of artwork from von Fluegge estate.
box 25, folder 36

Rodda, Jenni M., 1981

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and illustrated matter (photocopy). Attribution of a painting referred to as St. Peter in prison summond by the Angel to Carel Fabritius.
box 25, folder 37

Roffman, Richard H., undated

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held. Concerning C. Bosseron Chambers.
box 25, folder 38

Rohe, Michael, 1993

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (2 leaves). Attribution of an oil sketch in a private collection in Munich.
box 25, folder 39

Romare, Ramond di, 1987

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, and 3 photographs, including 2 in color. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 42.]
box 25, folder 40

Rosenberger, John R., 1982

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Rosenberger Gallery in Centerport, N.Y. and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 25, folder 41

Rosenvinge, Arve, 1991

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as the Tribute money . [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 43.]
box 25, folder 42

Rudd, William A., 1965

Scope and Content Note

12 items (13 leaves): 7 letters to Held, 4 letters from Held, and a note. Attribution of a painting referred to as Death of Seneca to Rubens.
box 25, folder 43

Rullan, Yolanda B., 1980, 1990

Scope and Content Note

15 items: 3 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, 3 color photographs, and 7 slides. Attribution of a painting referred to as Briseis returned to Achilles . [Color photographs and slides are shelved in Box 160, F. 43.]
box 25, folder 44

Rush, Robert, 1964

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 5 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 2 photographs. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 25, folder 45

Russi Kirshner, Judith, 1972

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 3 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 2 photographs. Attribution of a drawing to Rubens.
box 26

Makoto Saïto - C. A. Struve

box 26, folder 1

Saïto, Makoto, 1990

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 3 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held, and Makoto Saïto's letters to Luis A. Ferré and to Ponce Art Museum. Concerning exibition of van Dyck in Japan.
box 26, folder 2

Sakowski, Rainer, 1998

Scope and Content Note

2 items (3 leaves); 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 26, folder 3

Salvatore, Vanella, 1998

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 26, folder 4

Scannell, Alice, 1969

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution to van Dyck of a painting referred to as Portrait of the Earl of Strafford with secretary .
box 26, folder 5

Schade, Dr., 1997

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held to [Werner?] Schade concerning a painting referred to as Agony in the garden.
box 26, folder 6

Schaik, C. van, 1988

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter and 1 mailgram to Held, and 2 photographs. Attribution of two paintings to Rubens.
box 26, folder 7

Schlegell, Virginia L. D. von, 1981

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, and 2 color photographs. Attribution of a portrait painting. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 45.]
box 26, folder 8

Schöne, Brigitte, 1984

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and illustrated matter. Attribution of a drawing.
box 26, folder 9

Schori, Ward K., 1972

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 26, folder 10

Schott, Walter, 1987

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 typescript (bound, 20 leaves, with 1 color photograph pasted in). Schott's paper Die Korngabe als Symbol der Eucharistie auf den Beweinungsbildern von Peter Paul Rubens .
box 26, folder 11

Schrager, A. J., 1965

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 letters to Held from Milwaukee Auction Galleries, 1 letter from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of Potrait of Sir Henry Vane, Jr. to van Dyck.
box 26, folder 12

Schreyer Loebl, Greta, 1990

Scope and Content Note

10 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter to Held, a 1971 letter to Held from Apet Chalikian, expert opinions, and 2 photographs, including 1 color polaroid. Attribution of a painting referred to as Head of a man. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 46.]
box 26, folder 13

Schubert, C. H. J., 1992

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 leaf of illustrated matter, and 2 copies of a typescript. Pasted in are several photographs. Attribution of a painting referred to as Hero and Leander to Rubens.
box 26, folder 14

Schütte, Sven, 1997

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held and Schütte's paper Rubens: Diogenes sucht einen Menschen with numerous color photographs pasted in.
box 26, folder 15

Schweitzer, Wilhelm, 1969, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, copies of a manuscript text and letter to Schweitzer from Iconographisch Bureau in Hague, and 1 photograph. Attribution to Van Dyck of a painting referred to as Portrait of Gustaf II Adolf King of Sweden .
box 26, folder 16

Semowich, Charles, 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 26, folder 17

Sergold, Leon M., 1978

Scope and Content Note

17 items, including 6 letters to Held and 8 photographs. Attribution of several paintings.
box 26, folder 18

Shepherd Gallery, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: a note to Held, illustrated and printed matter, and expert opinion. Attribution of a portrait painting referred to as Saint-Louis de Gonzagues to Rubens.
box 26, folder 19

Silverman, Peter, 1986

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 color transparency, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting to van Dyck. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 47.]
box 26, folder 20

Simon, Steven I., 1963

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Attribution of a portrait painting. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 48.]
box 26, folder 21

Simpson, Michael, 1991

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 26, folder 22

Smith, Calvin R., 1972

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves) 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a painting to Rembrandt. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 49.]
box 26, folder 23

Smolar-Meynart, A., 1978

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter and 1 postcard to Held, and 1 letter from Held.
box 26, folder 24

Snyder, Eugene K., 1962

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 color transparency, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting referred to as Crucifixion with Madonna to Jacob Jordaens. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 50.]
box 26, folder 25

Solovici, Eric, 1989

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held from Gismondi gallery in Paris, illustrated matter, and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a drawing to Rubens. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 51.]
box 26, folder 26

Spetz, Marshall A., 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as Death of Seneca .
box 26, folder 27

Springman, Charles W., 1967

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to Rubens.
box 26, folder 28

Srnic, Vojislav, 1997

Scope and Content Note

9 items: correspondence between Held, Srnic and Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz (Holm Bevers), and 3 photographs, including 1 in color. One of the photographs is of a 1932 typescript. Attribution of a drawing to Rubens. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 52.]
box 26, folder 29

Stassart, Andrée, 1985

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 3 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 2 business cards. Attribution of a painting referred to as Crowning of the victor .
box 26, folder 30

Stair Sainty, Guy, 1988

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 26, folder 31

Steinberger, Michael, 1981

Scope and Content Note

ca. 34 items (ca. 47 leaves): 6 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held. Also present are letters to Held from Albert Cohen at Sapho Gallery, Yamilé d'Arrigo, and Gerard Stora, manuscript notes, printed and illustrated matter, typescript (5 leaves) by Stephen Pepper, 1 slide, 1 color transparency, and 13 photographs. Attribution of a painting referred to as Fortuna and Virtus joining hands. [Slide and color transparency are shelved in Box 160, F. 53.]
box 26, folder 32

Stern, Leonard N., 1965

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting to van Dyck.
box 26, folder 33

Sternfeld, Bert E., 1986

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, typescript (1 leaf), and 1 photograph. Attribution of a drawing to Rubens. [Also see letter to Held filed in Box 62, F14.]
box 26, folder 34

Stewart, Robert G., 1970

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held from National Portrait Gallery [Washington D.C.], and 2 leaves of illustrated matter. Regarding paintings Three graces by Henry Benbridge and Discovery of Achilles.
box 26, folder 35

Stockwell, Richard E., 1963

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting of Rubens.
box 26, folder 36

Stoeckert, Hans J., 1985

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 54.]
box 26, folder 37

Stolbach, Michael Hunt, 1990

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 26, folder 38

Stoll, Germaine, 1987

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, copy of a letter to Stoll from Gruppo Rizzoli Corriere della sera (Francesco Tombolini), and a provenance statement regarding a painting referrred to as Virgin and child.
box 26, folder 39

Stone, Alan, 1997

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a drawing from the collection of Antoine Ferrand de Monthelon. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 55.]
box 26, folder 40

Stone, James L., 1963

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to van Ostade.
box 26, folder 41

Stroesser, Robert J., 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from the curator at the Denver Art Museum.
box 26, folder 42

Struve, C. A., 1990

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 1 letter from Held, an expert opinion by Erik Larsen, 1 color photograph, envelope with Struve's address, and printed matter. Attribution of a painting referred to as Portrait of General Fairfax to van Dyck. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, . 56.]
box 27

Jack Tanzer - Herbert Zohn

box 27, folder 1

Tanzer, Jack, 1987, 1992

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 2 letters to Held, 2 lettes from Held, 2 photographs, including 1 in color, and 1 color transparency. Attribution of a painting to Rembrandt and a painting referred to as Lybian King. [Color photograph and color transparency are shelved in Box 160, F. 57.]
box 27, folder 2

Tapparo, Dr., undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held, and 2 color transparencies. [Color transparencies are shelved in Box 160, F. 58.]
box 27, folder 3

Taylor, Elizabeth, 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held regarding a painting attributed to van Dyck.
box 27, folder 4

Telemundi Europe e.V., 1990

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 telefax messages to Held (Roland Cracco). Attribution of a painting referred to as Suzanne et les viellards [ Susanna and the Elders ] to Rubens .
box 27, folder 5

Terry-Engell, Herbert, 1989

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, printed matter, business card, and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Attribution to Rubens of an oil sketch referred to as Sacrifice of Abraham . [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 59.]
box 27, folder 6

Thiem, G., 1956

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held, and 1 photograph of a silver panel depicting Virgin Mary.
box 27, folder 7

Thomas, Harold C., 1969

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held (3 leaves) and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting to Rembrandt.
box 27, folder 8

Thomas, Sigrid, 1995

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 color photograph. Attribution to van Dyck of a Crucifixion painting. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 60.]
box 27, folder 9

Titus, Joseph H., Mrs., 1960

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as the Woman of Samaria .
box 27, folder 10

Trafas, Molly, 1988

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as St. John the Evangelist.
box 27, folder 11

Trembley, Phillip W., 1975

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held (and copy) and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a landscape painting. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 61.]
box 27, folder 12

Turquin, Eric, 1992

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color transparency. Attribution of a painting referred to as Study for a Saint Peter. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 62.]
box 27, folder 13

Tyler, Charles B., 1993

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 1 letter to Held (2 leaves) and 7 photographs, including 2 in color. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as Portrait of a young capitain . [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 63.]
box 27, folder 14

Udekem d'Acoz, Marie-Eliane de, 1991-1992

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held.
box 27, folder 15

Do Vale, Sisenando G. P., 1988

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, printed and illustrated matter. Attribution of a painting referred to as Meleager and Atalanta.
box 27, folder 16

Valiant, Ralph L., 1954

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held from American Fund for Israel Institutions, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting to Pieter de Hoogh.
box 27, folder 17

Vallejo y Patiño, Alfonso de, 1993

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, expert opinion by Justus Müller Hofstede, illustrated matter, and a business card. Attribution of a painting referred to as Atalanta and Meleager to Rubens.
box 27, folder 18

Varsano, Daniel, 1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as Hunt of Diana.
box 27, folder 19

Vernimmen, Marie-Louise, 1986

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 2 letters to Held, a typescript, and Held's correspondence with Julius Szakaly. Attribution of painting Saint Magdalen, the repentant Sinner from collection of Herman Linde to Rubens.
box 27, folder 20

Vetter, Eve, 1965

Scope and Content Note

2 items (3 leaves): 1 letter to Held and illustrated matter. Attribution of a painting referred to as Suzanna taking a bath [ Susanna and the Elders ].
box 27, folder 21

Vilmorin, Antoine de, 1994

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held (3 leaves) and 1 color transparency. Attribution of a painting to Rubens. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 64.]
box 27, folder 22

Violante, Marcello, 1990

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 1 letter to Held from Chaucer Fine Arts Inc. in London, printed matter, 1 color transparency, and 2 photographs. Attribution to Frans Francken the Younger of a painting referred to as Triumph of Bacchus . [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 65.]
box 27, folder 23

Wachter, George, 1994

Scope and Content Note

ca. 6 items: Held's correspondence with Sotheby's in New York (Wachter, Gourd), 1 letter to Ph. Leclerc-Lestienen from Kunsthandel J. Goudstikker (dated 1937), expert opinion by Gustav Glück, 1 color transparency, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a painting referred to as Portrait of a child. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 66.]
box 27, folder 24

Wachters, Reggy, 1982

Scope and Content Note

ca. 14 items: letter to Wachters from Erik Vandamme, expert opinions by Wachters, Louis Delvaulx, and Florent Bex. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as Treaty of Angoulème .
box 27, folder 25

Wakhevitch, Alexandre, 1990

Scope and Content Note

ca. 6 items (13 leaves): 1 letter to Held, printed matter, 1 color transparency, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 67.]
box 27, folder 26

Warshaw, Monroe, 1996

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, illustrated matter, 1 loosely inserted and 5 color photographs pasted in a bound volume. Attribution of a drawing to Jacob Jordaens.
box 27, folder 27

Weatherbie, Matthew A., 1994

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and typescript (1 leaf). Attribution to Rubens of an oil sketch referred to as Holy Family under the apple tree .
box 27, folder 28

Webster, Elmer R., 1972

Scope and Content Note

6 items (7 leaves): 2 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and 2 color photographs. Attribution of a painting referred to as Virgin Mary and Holy Infant. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 68.]
box 27, folder 29

Weeks, Edward F., 1984

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a drawing to Rubens.
box 27, folder 30

Wellesley College Museum, 1979

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Ann Gabhart, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a marble relief referred to as Flora.
box 27, folder 31

Wells, Paul J., 1994

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held, and 2 color photographs pasted on cardboard. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 69.]
box 27, folder 32

Wentworth, Michael, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 27, folder 33

Werschak, Gernot, 1984

Scope and Content Note

1 item: Persona Verlag advertisement for the novel Manja by Anna Gmeyner. Annotated by Held with Werschak's name.
box 27, folder 34

West, Val A. Jr., 1989

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held (5 leaves), a note, and 1 photograph. Attribution of a portrait painting to Rubens.
box 27, folder 35

Weston, Robert T., 1975

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 70.]
box 27, folder 36

Whistler, Joe, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 color transparency, 1 photograph, and illustrated matter. Photograph annotated with Whistler's name on verso. A painting from Estate Bertha [Goodrian?]. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 71.]
box 27, folder 37

Wijs, R. E. G. de, 1985

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Rubens attribution of a painting referred to as Boreas and Oreithuia. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 72.]
box 27, folder 38

Williams, David, 1984

Scope and Content Note

1 letter (3 leaves) to Held.
box 27, folder 39

Wilmoth, George, 1985

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held (2 leaves) and 1 color transparency. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 73.]
box 27, folder 40

Wilson, Robert E., 1967

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 color photograph. Attribution of a painting depicting a swan. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 74.]
box 27, folder 41

Winokur, Ronald L., 1986

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter from Held, 1 photograph and catalog entry. Attribution of a painting refererd to as Christ and the penitent sinners to Jacob Jordaens.
box 27, folder 42

Wiseman, Larry, 1969

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. Attribution of a painting referred to as Christ Child on a globe. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 75.]
box 27, folder 43

Wolf, Edmund O., 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 27, folder 44

Wolf, Daniel, 1982

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, and 2 color photographs. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 76.]
box 27, folder 45

Wolf, Peter, 1990

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Dorotheum in Vienna.
box 27, folder 46

Wolfe, Karin Elizabeth, 1991

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 1 letter and a card to Held, 2 leaves of typescript (catalog entries), and 1 photograph. Rubens attribution of two paintings from Ascot House collection referred to as Hélène Fourment and The Madonna and Child . With a mention of Michael Jaffé.
box 27, folder 47

Ysequilla, Albert, 1991

Scope and Content Note

16 items (26 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, illustrated matter, typescripts, including one with address of Jack Tanzer Galleries, expert opinion by Maurizio Marini (2 copies, one annotated by Held), conservation report by C.E.D.A.R.T., 1 color transparency, and 5 photographs. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as St. Helena . [Color transparency is shelved in Box 160, F. 77.]
box 27, folder 48

Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, 1963

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held signed by James Normile and 3 photographs.
box 27, folder 49

Zafran, Eric M., 1982

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 photograph. Attribution of a drawing to van Dyck.
box 27, folder 50

Zimmermann, J. M., 1980

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held from Gregoire Galleries, Inc. in New York and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to a Portrait of Gaston, Duke of Orleans to van Dyck.
box 27, folder 51

Zohn, Herbert, 1985

Scope and Content Note

12 items: 1 letter to Held from Zoma Gallery in New York, 1 letter from Held, expert opinions, including one by Leo van Puyvelde, and 5 photographs. Attribution to Rubens of a painting referred to as Hunt of Meleager and Atalanta .
box 27, folder 52

Unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 items: typescript listing four artworks by Rubens (letterhead of Euro-Internatsberatung), 2 color transparencies, and 2 photographs, including 1 in color. [Color transparencies and color photograph are shelved in Box 160, F. 78.]
box 27, folder 53

Unidentified inquiry, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 3 leaves of typescripts and 1 color photograph. Documents concerning Paul van Somer attribution of a painting believed to be a Portrait of William Shakespeare , including expert opinions by Stephan Bourgeois and Barbara C. Matison. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 160, F. 79.]
 

Series II. Publication research, 1931-1999

Physical Description: 2.94 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

This series documents Held's research for his various publications: copious notes, typescript and handwritten drafts, annotated printed matter matter, numerous photographs and other illustrative material. Related correspondence is frequently included.
Most extensively documented is Held's research for his essays on Willem van Haecht's painting Picture Gallery of Cornelis van der Geest and on Jacob van Campen's portrait of Constantin Huygens and his wife. Other well documented projects by Held are a catalog of drawings at the New York Public Library; the revised version of his article on Edward Hick's painting Peaceable kingdom; the article "Carolus Scribanius' observations on art in Antwerp" ; the essay for Panofsky Festschrift "Flora, goddess and courtesan"; the essay "The early appreciation of drawings"; the essay "Rubens and the Vita Beati P. Ignatii Loiolae of 1609"; research for the book 17th and 18th century art, research for the exhibition Rubens and the book ; material on a tapestry donation by Duke Philip the Good titled Views of Jerusalem; and material on the Rubens attribution of tapestry cartoons at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff.
Also included are items connected to Held's reviews of publications by Ursula König-Nordhoff, Felice Stampfle, and Karel G. Boon.
A small portion comprises Held's correspondence with various publishing houses filed in Box 28, Folders 1-4. These items were originally filed by Held together as one group labelled Publishers (General) but are here filed separately under the name of the publishing house. Another distict group are press clippings of Held's commentaries on various cultural and political events filed in Box 33, Folder 6.
The series is arranged chronologically by publication date.
box 28, folder 1-4

Publishers (General), 1951-1968

box 28, folder 1

Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc., 1964

Scope and Content Note

3 items (5 leaves): 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 1 leaf of typescript. Held's commentary on Charles Cuttler's manuscript for Northern painting from Pucelle to Bruegel .
box 28, folder 2

Columbia University Press, 1965

Scope and Content Note

2 items (4 leaves): Held's letter to Henry H. Wiggins at Columbia University Press and 2 leaves of notes. Held's opinion about Irving Laurence Zupnick's book on Bruegel.
box 28, folder 3

New York Graphic Society, 1967

Scope and Content Note

6 items of correspondence regarding reissue of La peinture flamande des van Eyck à Metsys by Leo van Puyvelde.
box 28, folder 4

Scott, Foresman and Company, 1968

Scope and Content Note

4 items (6 leaves): 3 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held. Invitation to write a chapter for a book on history of Western art.
box 28, folder 5

Catalog of drawings at New York Public Library , 1934?, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 items: 80 3x5 in. catalog cards, 26 leaves of notes, and 17 photographs. A note by Held connects these items to a catalog of "P L drawings", a project finished 22 March 1934 and delivered to Frank Weitenkampf.
box 28, folder 6-12

Views of Jerusalem, 1931-1992

Scope and Content Note

ca. 250 items connected to Held's research on a tapestry donation by Duke Philip the Good. Mostly pre-war material in German. Correspondence: 7 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held; draft for a lecture (10 leaves, manuscript); ca. 140 leaves of notes; 18 paging slips from Preussische Staatsbibliothek (pre-war, some dated 1931); ca. 20 leaves of typescripts and printed matter; 1 press clipping; images of artworks: 1 color transparency, 39 photographs and 3 leaves of illustrations; and images of Jerusalem: 6 commercially produced photographic images with printed captions, 6 snapshot photographs, and 9 illustrations. [Items in folder 7 are fragile; photocopies made on acid-free paper.] [Color transparency from Box 28, F. 11 is shelved in Box 160, F. 80.]
box 28, folder 13

Undated: "Non-entry of Leopold Wilhelm in Antwerp 1648", undated

Scope and Content Note

26 items: ca. 20 leaves of notes and printed matter, 6 photographs. Held's original folder, annotated, is preserved. Material connected to an unpublished essay. Folder annotation points to a publication on the same topic by Hans Vlieghe.
box 28, folder 14-17

1951: "Edward Hicks and the tradition", 1943-1951, undated

Scope and Content Note

Folders 8-11 contain ca. 120 items connected to Held work on a revised version of his 1949 article on Edward Hicks's painting Peaceable kingdom, issued in Art Quarterly [14, 1951, pp. 120-36]. Included are: correspondence (10 items) with Art in America ( Jean Lipman), E. P. Richardson and Paul L. Grigaut at Detroit Institute of Arts, Robert W. Carle, the Long Island Historical Society, and the Old Print Shop in New York; ca. 70 leaves of notes; 25 library paging slips, and 16 leaves of images, including 6 photographs, and 2 engravings.
box 29, folder 1-17

1957: "Artis pictoriae amator: an Antwerp art patron and his collection", bulk 1952-1959, undated

Scope and Content Note

Folders 1- 17 contain ca. 410 items connected to Held's research for his paper on Willem van Haecht's painting Picture Gallery of Cornelis van der Geest, first issued in Gazette des beaux-arts [vol. L., 1957], and reprinted in 1982 in Rubens and his circle. Photographs are filed in Box 30, folders 1-5.
box 29, folder 1

Correspondence, 1936-1991, bulk 1952-1959

Scope and Content Note

14 items: 11 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held. Held's letters are to Erica [Tietze-Conrat?], Fr. Blockmans [Stad Antwerpen Stadsarchief], and Archives de la Ville d'Anvers. Letters to Held are from Ateneumin Taidekokoelmat in Helsinki (1936), Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie in Hague, California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, Musée royal des beaux-arts d'Anvers, Ingvar Bergström, Walther Bernt, Archives de la Ville d'Anvers, and a 1991 letter to Held from Citibank, Art Advisory Service in New York.
box 29, folder 2-10

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

Folders 2-10 contain a total of ca. 280 leaves of notes.
box 29, folder 11

Typescript: "Zwei springende Pferde", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (2 leaves), inscribed with name of Maurice Garbaty, and annotated. Inserted are 5 small photographs of bronze statues of horses attributed to Pietro Tacca.
box 29, folder 12

Typescript: "Antwerpen, Stadsarchief, Schepenregisters", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (40 leaves). Includes entries dating from 1586 Feb. 5 to 1638 July 12. With annotations.
box 29, folder 13

Typescript: "Cornelis van der Geest (Vergeest)", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (7 leaves). Annotated. In Dutch.
box 29, folder 14

Typescript on Cornelis van der Geest , undated

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (31 leaves); extensively annotated draft.
box 29, folder 15

Typescript: "Love in the kunstkamer: additions to the work of Guillam van Hecht (1593-1637)" by Gary Schwartz, 1996

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (10 leaves). Photocopy. Annotated by Held.
box 29, folder 16

Printed matter, and 1958-1959, undated

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 2 loose leaves of printed matter, 4 offprints, and photocopy of an article by Frans Baudouin, annotated by Held.
box 29, folder 17

Illustrated matter, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 17 leaves of illustrations: loose leaves and photocopies. Included is a hand drawn colored plan of Antwerp, and a card printed with name of Jan-Albert Goris.
box 30, folder 1-5

"Artis pictoriae amator: an Antwerp art patron and his collection", bulk 1952-1959

Scope and Content Note

90 photographs; several are cropped, marked for cropping, or cut; 1 printed color illustration.
box 30, folder 1-3

Photographs,

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, including details of van Heacht's painting.
box 30, folder 4-5

Photographs,

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of artworks depicted in van Haecht's painting.
box 30, folder 6-9

"Flora, goddess and courtesan" (publ. 1961), 1946-1973, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 200 items connected to Held's essay issued in Essays in honor of Erwin Panofsky : ca. 160 leaves of notes, 27 photographs, 2 postcards, printed and illustrated matter, and correspondence: 7 letters to Held from Fogg Art Museum (Sydney Freedberg and Millard Meiss), University of Minnesota (E. Maurice Bloch), Institute for Advanced Study (Erwin Panofsky); 1 letter from Held to von Erffa, with a typescript (6 leaves). Also included is a 1973 letter to Held from Samuel Kinser with typescript (2 leaves) for Kinser's research project Western Wind.
box 31, folder 1-5

Alteration and mutilation of works of art (publ. 1963), 1960-1976, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 145 items connected to Held's research for his book. Correspondence (13 items) with: Christian Wolters at Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Karl Loevenich, Irene Kühnel at Ehemals Staatliche Museen Berlin Dahlem Gemäldegalerie, Earl Mueller at Duke University, Museum der Bildenden Künste zu Leipzig, Katherine Paris at Columbus Gallery of Fine Art, and a letter to Held, with 2 photographs, from Karin Bastian at Universität Hamburg; ca. 30 leaves of notes; 2 annotated drafts of Held's paper: one handwritten (20 leaves) and one typed (16 leaves); ca. 30 items of printed and illustrated matter and press clippings; and 70 photographs. [8 leaves of press clippings are shelved in Box 145*, F. 9.]
box 31, folder 6-12

"The early appreciation of drawings, studies in Western art" (publ. 1963), 1961-1963, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 200 items connected to Held's research for his paper The early appreciation of drawings, studies in Western art , issued in Acts of the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art [Princton 1963]. Included are: correspondence (5 items) with Princeton University (Mark Roskill and Rosalie Green), National Museum Stockholm, Anthony Blunt, and Maria E. van Regteren Altena; ca. 190 leaves of notes; 2 typescripts, including annotated draft (27 leaves) for Held's paper and 12 leaves beginning with words "Catalogue de quelques dessins du cabinet de G. G. T. ..."; illustrated matter; and 14 photographs.
box 31, folder 13

"Memorandum concerning the establishement of an American Center for the Study of Northern European Painting" (publ. 1970?), ca. 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 item (9 leaves): Held's draft. A Clark Art Institute project; never realized.
box 32, folder 1-3

17th and 18th century art 1972,

Scope and Content Note

ca. 178 items: correspondence with Prentice-Hall, Inc. (2 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held), 2 pen drawings, and ca. 160 leaves of notes.
box 32, folder 4

"Caravaggio and his followers", 1971-1972, undated

Scope and Content Note

21 items (22 leaves): 2 letters from Held to editors of Art in America , 12 leaves of notes, printed matter, and 6 photographs. Items connected to Held's review of an exhibition held at Cleveland Museum of Art, issued in Art in America [1972; 60(3): pp. 40-47].
box 32, folder 5

"Rubens and the Vita Beati P. Ignatii Loiolae of 1609" (publ. 1972) 1966, 1972, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 70 items connected to Held's essay issued in Rubens before 1620: correspondence (13 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held) with Ministère des affaires culturelles in Paris, Wolfgang Adler, Mrs. Bodmer-Abegg, Marie Thérese d'Alvermy [?], Biliothèque nationale in Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Fordham University, Stadsbibliotheek in Antwerp, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Kassel, and Princeton University. Also ca. 60 leaves of handwritten notes, 2 press clippings, and printed matter.
box 32, folder 6

Recommendations for the American Assembly, 1974

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 2 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and draft of Held's paper (3 leaves) for the 46th American Assembly.
box 32, folder 7

Rubens and the book 1973-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 113 items connected to the catalog of an exhibition held in 1977 at Chapin Library in Williamstown, Mass.: Held's correspondence with Léon Voet, letters to Held from Michael Jaffé, Houghton Library (Eleanor M. Garvey), Winslow Ames, Hans Gerhard Evers, Keith Andrews, I. Grafe, J. Douglas Stewart at Queen's University, and Jan Bialostocki; 16 mounted exhibition labels; and ca. 60 leaves of notes, printed and illustrated matter. With frequent annotations.
box 32, folder 8

"Rubens and Aguilonius: new points of contact" 1976-1978

Scope and Content Note

ca. 19 items connected to Held's article issued Art Bulletin [June 1979, vol. LXI, no. 2]. Correspondence: 3 letters to Held and 15 leaves of notes, typescripts, and printed matter.
box 32, folder 9-12

Cardiff cartoons, 1979-1986, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 170 items connected to the controversial Rubens attribution of tapestry cartoons acquired by the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff.
box 32, folder 9

Correspondence, 1979-1986

Scope and Content Note

Ca. 70 items, including ca. 40 letters to Held and ca. 30 letters from Held. The main portion comprises correspondence with Neil MacGregor at Burlington Magazine. Other correspondents include: Svetlana Alpers, Peter Cannon-Brooks, Guy Delmarcel, David Freedberg, Norman Leitman, Christpher Norris, Charles Scribner III, Otto [Skutsch?], Hans Vlieghe, and others.
box 32, folder 10

Notes, typescripts, printed matter, 1979, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 35 items (ca. 110 leaves): notes, annotated printed matter, photocopies, and 3 typescripts, including an interview between Bob Humphrys and Mr. Ciechanowiecki at Heim Gallery, London.
box 32, folder 11

Press clippings, 1979-1986

Scope and Content Note

20 press clippings, including several photocopies. [4 leaves of press clippings are shelved in Box 145*, F.10.]
box 32, folder 12

Images, undated

Scope and Content Note

43 items: 3 drawings [by Held?], 14 leaves of illustrations, and 26 photographs, including 4 in color. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 160, F. 81.]
box 33, folder 1

"Marginalia on two paintings in the Museo de Arte de Ponce" (publ. 1981) 1963

Scope and Content Note

17 items connected to Held's essay issued in Ars auro prior : 2 letters to Held from Iconographisch Bureau in The Hague, and 15 leaves of notes.
box 33, folder 2

Rubens-Studien (publ. 1983) and Rembrandt-Studien (publ. 1987), 1979-1988

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 items: correspondence with E.A. Seemann Verlag in Leipzig, Held's formal contract, and notes. Also concerning Barock-Studien [never published].
box 33, folder 3

Held's review in Kunstchronik (publ. 1984), 1977-1983

Scope and Content Note

44 items connected to Held's review of Ursula König-Nordhoff's book Ignatius von Loyola [in: 37 Jahrg. , Feb. 84, Heft 2.]: 7 letters to Held and 4 letters from Held, and 33 leaves of notes. Correspondence with Peter Diemer at Zentralinstutut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich; also Held's letter to Ursula König-Nordhoff.
box 33, folder 4

"A Rembrandt 'theme'" (publ. 1984), 1984-1985

Scope and Content Note

9 items (10 leaves) of correspondence: 4 letters to Held from Józef Grabski and 5 letters from Held. Concerning Held's essay issued in Artibus et historiae [1984, no. 10].
box 33, folder 5

"Some studies of heads by Flemish and Dutch seventeenth-century artists" (publ. 1985-1986), 1985-1986

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with editors at Master Drawings regarding Held's essay: 4 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held; 1 note. [In: XXIII-XXIV/1 (spring 1985-1986) 46-53.]
box 33, folder 6-11

"Constantin Huygens and Susanna van Baerle: a hitherto unknown portrait" (publ. 1991), 1989-1996

Scope and Content Note

ca. 400 items connected to Held's essay on Jacob van Campen's portrait of Constantin Huygens and his wife, issued in Art Bulletin [Dec. 1991, vol. LXXIII, no. 4].
box 33, folder 6

Correspondence with M. F. Bolongaro and others, 1989-1996

Scope and Content Note

ca. 160 leaves: correspondence with the owner of the disputed painting M. F. Bolongaro from Kendal, Cumbria, England, including ca. 36 letters to Held and ca. 27 letters from Held. Also present is Bolongaro's and Held's correspondence with Leonard J. Slatkes, Aileen Ribeiro at Courtauld Institute, Christopher Brown at National Gallery, Alfonso E. Pérez Sánchez at Museo del Prado, Sotheby's London, Burlington Magazine, Tylers Museum, British Museum, National Galleries of Scotland, Mauritshuis, and Gary Schwartz. The letters detail the process of Held's research on identification of the painting, its attribution to Jacob van Campen, and its significance in context of Dutch portraiture. Arranged chronologically. Numerous letters include photocopies.
box 33, folder 7

Correspondence: reactions to the essay, 1991-1995, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 items: 26 letters (several postcards) to Held from scholars and curators written in response to the essay, and 2 letters from Held. Included are comments from Quentin Buvelot, Michael Clarke, David Freedberg, Egbert Haverkamp Begemann, Walter A. Liedtke, Gregory Martin, Jos de Meyere, Otto Naumann, Martin Royalton-Kisch, Gary Schwartz, David Simons, Leo Steinberg, Carel van Tuyll, and John Walsh. Also present is an e-mail from Gary Schwartz to Kristin Belkin.
box 33, folder 8

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 114 leaves, chiefly notes and extensively annotated photocopies of printed material. Also included is Held's 1984 correspondence with Jefferson C. Harrison at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, Va. concerning attribution of a painting referred to as Rape of Proserpina to Cornelis Schut, annotated by Held with references to his research on Jacob van Campen.
box 33, folder 9

Photocopies of printed matter, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 33 items (ca. 130 leaves): photopcopies of essays and press articles; some are annotated. Included is photocopy of a typescript (8 leaves) by Jan Willem Schulte Nordholt titled Stella matutina; in Dutch.
box 33, folder 10

Printed matter and press clippings, 1992-1993, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 24 items, including 1 offprint, printed matter and press clippings. [2 press clippings are shelved in Box 145*, F.11.]
box 33, folder 11

Images, undated

Scope and Content Note

50 items: 33 photographs, including 3 in color, 3 color transparencies, 6 color illustrations, and 8 photocopies of images.
box 34, folder 1

Review of book by Felice Stampfle (publ. 1993), 1992, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 34 items (ca. 60 leaves) connected to Held's review of Stampfle's book Netherlandish drawings of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and Flemish drawings of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in the Pierpont Morgan Library issued in Master drawings [vol. XXXI/1993]. Included are correspondence (15 items: 9 letters to Held and 6 letters from Held) with Felice Stampfle, Anne-Marie Logan, and Elizabeth Allen at Master drawings; typescript (11 leaves) of Peter Dreyer's lecture Drawings by Peter Bruegel the Elder and his deceptive imitators , annotated by Held; printed and illustrated matter; and 3 photographs.
box 34, folder 2

"Two lost drawings formerly in Dresden" (publ. 1995), 1934-1995

Scope and Content Note

33 items connected to Held's essay issued in Shop talk : studies in honor of Seymour Slive : 8 leaves of notes, 1 photograph, and ca. 25 items of correspondence with Peter Hahn, K. T. Parker at Asmolean Museum, R. Marqués de Castronuevo, Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie, Astrid Tümpel, Kupferstich-Kabinett Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Cynthia P. Schneider, and Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen.
box 34, folder 3

Review of Karel G. Boon's Lugt catalogue (publ. 1995), 1994-1995, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 items connected to Held's review of Karel G. Boon's book The Netherlandish and German drawings of the XVth and XVIth centuries of the Frits Lugt collection issued in Master drawings [vol. XXXIII/1995]. Included are: correspondence with Elizabeth Allen at Master drawings (1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held), and 8 leaves of notes.
box 34, folder 4

Held's review in Master-drawings (publ. 1995), undated

Scope and Content Note

23 leaves of notes for the review of Karel G. Boon's catalog The Netherlandish and German drawings of the XVth and XVIth centuries of the Frits Lugt collection issued in Master-drawings, 1995, v. 33, no. 3, autumn, p. 324-333.
box 34, folder 5

Unpublished article about a Rubens oil sketch, 1978-1999

Scope and Content Note

27 items connected to Held's article about a Rubens oil sketch submitted for publication to the magazine Apollo in London. Included are: correspondence (ca. 18 items) with Expertise S.A. in Paris (Eric Turquin and Chantal Mauduit), and Apollo (David Ekserdijan), and Salomon Lilian in Amsterdam; printed and illustrated matter; 1 typescript (3 leaves) of Held's article; 2 color transparencies; and 3 photographs. Typescript of article filed with Series III. Occasional papers [Box 35, F. 43].
box 34, folder 6

Various clippings, 1930-1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca 43 leaves of press clippings of Held's personal and political commentaries. Many in German. The article on the Battle Monument on Bennington, Vt. includes correspondence with State of Vermont, Historic Sites Division (2 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held, Held's letter to David Sellers, and a letter to Held from John [?] at Barnard College.
box 34, folder 7-10

"Carolus Scribanus's observations on art in Antwerp" (publ. 1996), 1993-1998, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 150 items connected to Held's article "Carolus Scribanus's observations on art in Antwerp", issued in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, [1996, vol. 59].
box 34, folder 7

Correspondence, 1993-1998, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 56 items, including 39 letters to Held and 17 letters from Held. The letters detail Held's research process and also include responses to the article after publication. Some of correspondents are: Frans Baudouin, Wolfger A. Bulst at Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Joachim Classen, Nancy Troy at Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, Amy Golahny, Andrew P. Gregory, Susan Koslow, Musées royaux des beaux-arts de Belgique, Wolfgang Prohaska at Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Stedelijk Prentenkabinet in Antwerp, Carl van de Velde at Rubenianum, Karen Wilkin, An Zwollo, and editorial staff at the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, including Elizabeth McGrath.
box 34, folder 8

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 68 items (ca. 75 leaves), including 1 color photograph, 1 offprint, and annotated typescript titled "Scribanius: Ars Pictoria" (8 leaves, English translation)
box 34, folder 9

Printed matter, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 12 items ( ca. 90 leaves): photocopies of printed and illustrated matter. Some are annotated.
box 34, folder 10

Photographs, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs.
 

Series III. Occasional papers, 1918-1998, undated

Physical Description: 1 box(es) 0.42 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains drafs for conference speeches, drafts for lectures, and press articles. Also included is an obituary; text of an expert opinion for a law suit; and several checklists for exhibitions held at the Barnard College, compiled by Held.
Several items are unpublished, including the typescript for a chapter for 17th and 18th century art , not included in final publication.
The series is arranged chronologically, starting with pre-war items connected to Held's studies in Germany: several high school composition notebooks with essays on topics concerning world history and German literature; Held's speech at the celebration of his Ph.D. examination in Freiburg; and two unpublished stories by Held, illustrated with his own drawings.
box 35

School essays - "A new oil sketch by Rubens", 1918-1998

box 35, folder 1

Deutsche Aufsätze, 1918-1919

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from gradeschool with label Deutsche Aufsätze. Held's annotation on label "Sept. 1918 to Feb. 1919, age 13". Red ink corrections [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 2

Deutsche Aufsätze, 1921-1922

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from high school with Gymnasium Heidelberg label. Manuscript title on label: Deutsche Aufsätze. Dated by Held: "1921-22". Red ink corrections [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 3

Aufsätze, 1921

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from high school with Gymnasium Heidelberg label. Manuscript title on label: Aufsätze. Dated by Held: "1921". Red ink corrections [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 4

Deutsche Aufsätze von Julius Held, 1922-1923

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from high school without a label. Inscribed on cover: Deutsche Aufsätze von Julius Held . Annotated by Held: "Last year of high school (Oberprima)". Red ink corrections [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 5

Aufsätze. Julius Held, 1920-1921

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from high school with Realprogymnasium Mosbach label. Inscribed on cover: Aufsätze. Julius Held. Annotated by Held: "Obersekunda". Red ink annotation on p. 7 [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 6

Aufsätze. Julius Held, 1921

Scope and Content Note

Composition book from high school with Realprogymnasium Mosbach label. Inscribed on cover: Aufsätze. Julius Held. Annotated by Held: "Von meinen Neigungen und Plänen. Age 15 3/4". Red ink corrections [by teacher?]. In Sütterlin.
box 35, folder 7

Composition book from high school, 1922

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 booklet and a note stating that the booklet is a record of a class on German 18th century literature, chiefly Lessing und Goethe, conducted by professor Kirchner in the spring of 1922 in the Gymnasium in Heidelberg. According to note the text includes a record of political antagonisms in the class caused by a group of "deutsch-national" students.
box 35, folder 8

""Paradoxical" eulogy of Eugene Byrne, prof. of history at Barnard College", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 item (4 leaves). Typescript, carbon copy.
box 35, folder 9

Notes for CAA talk, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 item (6 leaves): rough notes on Flemish Baroque art for a CAA talk.
box 35, folder 10

"Der Sturz, eine Anekdote mit Pallenberg von Julius Held", 1928-1929

Scope and Content Note

3 items (11 leaves): 5 leaves of typescript of an unpublished story, including 2 leaves of illustrations (pencil drawings by Held); photocopy, and an explanatory note.
box 35, folder 11

"Padua, zwei Lotsen und die Polizei von Julius Held", 1930

Scope and Content Note

2 items (11 leaves): 5 leaves of typescript of an unpublised story, 1 leaf of notes; and photocopy. With several black ink drawings by Held.
box 35, folder 12

Speech at the celebration of Ph.D. examination in Freiburg, 1930

Scope and Content Note

2 items: speech (3 leaves) and a note with a press clipping attached.
box 35, folder 13

Paper on Rembrandt, 1936

Scope and Content Note

1 item: typescript (30 leaves), photocopy; with an explanatory note attached. Held's first paper read before an American audience at a graduate seminar assembled at the Worcester Art Museum in 1936 in connection with the exhibition Rembrandt and his circle.
box 35, folder 14

Article on Jacob Jordaens, 1937

Scope and Content Note

2 copies of a typescript: Held's own draft with corrections, and dublicate (39 and 36 leaves). English translation of an article written by Held in 1937 in German and published only in Danish under the title "Malerier og Tegninger af Jacob Jordaens i Kunstmuseet" in Kunstmuseets Aarsskrift, vol. XXVI, 1939.
box 35, folder 15

Obitary Hans Tietze, 1954

Scope and Content Note

1 item (2 leaves): clipping from College Art Journal with text of Tietze's obituary. The clipping also includes an article on Lamar Dodd by Daniel Henry Kahnweiler.
box 35, folder 16

Catalogs of exhibition held in James Room, Barnard College, 1958-1963, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 exhibition catalogs compiled by Held (each [4] p.): Works of art owned by Barnard Faculty and staff [n.d.], The works of Dr. Fritz Littauer, 1892-1957 [1958], Loan exhibition of etchings, lithographs and woodcuts by Kaethe Kollwitz from the collections of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lerner and Miss Judith Lerner [1961], Exhibition of paintings by Josef Scharl [1962], Modern American paintings from the collection of Milton and Edith Lowenthal [1962], and Old Master drawings from the Cooper Union Museum [1963].
box 35, folder 17

"About the origins of the Ponce Art Museum", ca. 1960

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (3 leaves), annotated. An article for the Barnard Bulletin .
box 35, folder 18

"What and who sets the price of art", 1962

Scope and Content Note

2 items: press clipping (4 leaves, photocopies) and 1 leaf of notes. Held's article issued in The New York Times Magazine, July 29, 1962.
box 35, folder 19

"Remarks by Julius S. Held at the occasion of the opening of the Museo de Arte de Ponce", 1965

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (2 leaves).
box 35, folder 20

"Good wish - with all my heart", 1966

Scope and Content Note

2 items: typescript (18 leaves) with full text of Held's account of his trip to Russia and Eastern Europe in 1966, and photocopy (5 leaves) of excerpts published in 1967 in Barnard Alumnae Magazine.
box 35, folder 21

Statement about strike at Columbia University, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 leaf of typescript, dated 16 May 1968. 2 copies.
box 35, folder 22

"Remarks of Dr. Julius Held in connection with obsequies of Harry B. Wehle, December 18, 1969", 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (3 leaves).
box 35, folder 23

"The shadow of Antiquity, its influence on art and art theory in the Baroque", 1970

Scope and Content Note

3 copies of an unpublished chapter for Held's and Posner's book 17th and 18th century art . Typescript (24, 18, 20 leaves). Copy [1] includes 2 leaves of footnotes. Copy [2] is a corrected copy, before last printout. Copy [3] is a 1995 version.
box 35, folder 24

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY lecture "Collecting and art history," 1974

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (2 leaves). Excerpt from a lecture delivered by Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Nov. 25, 1974.
box 35, folder 25

"Gutachten": expert opinion for Heinz Kisters lawsuit, 1975

Scope and Content Note

2 items: typescript (19 leaves) and an explanatory note. Regarding Rubens attribution of a painting sold by Kisters to the municipal museum in Siegen. [See also items in Box 36, F. 4-6.]
box 35, folder 26

Letter to the editor of Times-Argus, 1978

Scope and Content Note

2 items (5 leaves): 2 copies of a typescript, and photocopy of a press clipping. Held's writes in defense of the Vermont Council of the Arts.
box 35, folder 27

"Remarks made on the occasion of the ADAA award, New York, 7 May 1980", 1980

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 typescript (3 leaves), with corrections; and a clipping from Archives of American Art Journal.
box 35, folder 28

Postscript to a catalog of works by Joseph Floch, 1981

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (2 leaves).
box 35, folder 29

Paper on Leo Steinberg's The sexuality of Christ in Renaissance art and in modern oblivion , 1981

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (11 leaves). Excerpts were published in Steinberg's publication of 1983.
box 35, folder 30

"Julius Held on receipt of the Governor's award", 1982

Scope and Content Note

Issue of Artsletter [vol. II, Nov.-Dec. 1982, no. 8] with several articles on Held's Governor's award for excellence in the arts.
box 35, folder 31

"Changing my mind", 1983

Scope and Content Note

2 typescripts (12 and 6 leaves) of a paper read at 1983 CAA meeting.
box 35, folder 32

Address given at the Worcester Art Museum, 1983

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (7 leaves) of an address given by Held Nov. 19, 1983 on the occasion of a symposium in his honor.
box 35, folder 33

Memorial speech for Margaretta Salinger, 1985

Scope and Content Note

5 items (7 leaves): Held's speech given at memorial service for Margaretta Salinger, and correspondence: 4 letters to Held, including letters from Oswaldo Rodriguez Roque and Philippe de Montebello at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
box 35, folder 34

Letter of thanks read at Julius Samuel Held Clark Lecture at Clark Art Institute, 1985

Scope and Content Note

2 items: typescript (2 leaves) and carbon copy of Held's thank-you letter read in his absence by Michael Rinehart.
box 35, folder 35

Talk given at Christie's New York, 1985-1986

Scope and Content Note

14 items: 1 typescript (18 leaves), 1 leaf of notes, and correspondence (8 letters to Held and 4 letters from Held) with Dulwich Picture Gallery in London and National Gallery of Design in New York. Regarding Held's talk given at Christie's New York in connection with an exhibition of paintings from the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
box 35, folder 36

Address given at Southern Vermont College, 1988

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (3 leaves) of an address given May 15, 1988 on occasion of receiving an honorary degree.
box 35, folder 37

Letter to the New York Times editor, 1988

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter and press clipping. About sale of artwork from New York Historical Society.
box 35, folder 38

Letter to the New York Times editor, 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 item (2 leaves): letter (and photocopy). Comments on Conor Cruise O'Brien's review A lost chance to save the Jews, especially on his account of the Dolchstoss legend.
box 35, folder 39

"In search of the Netherlandish tradition", 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (12 leaves): draft with extensive corrections and a press clipping attached. Held's keynote speech at CAA meeting in Cleveland.
box 35, folder 40

Text for exhibition catalog Barnard collects: the educated eye , 1989

Scope and Content Note

1 leaf of typescript. Text for catalog of exhibition held in 1989 at Salander-O'Reilly Galleries in New York.
box 35, folder 41

Preface to Flemish drawings in the age of Rubens , 1993

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (4 leaves); with corrections.
box 35, folder 43

"A new oil sketch by Rubens", 1989

Scope and Content Note

2 items: typescript (4 leaves) and 1 color illustration. Text of an essay submitted to Apollo. [Publication denied. Correspondence filed with Series II. Publication research, Box 34, F.5].
 

Series IV. Legal cases and Art expertising (fake experts), 1927-1998, undated

Physical Description: 0.42 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

This series documents Held's involvement in the capacity as an art expert in various legal cases. It is divided into two subseries: Legal cases and Art expertising (fake experts).
 

Series IV.A. Legal cases, 1963-1998

Physical Description: 0.2 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

The subseries comprises Held's correspondence with law offices, private art collectors and institutions, various legal papers, billing statements, expert opinions by Held and other scholars, notes, printed and illustrated matter, and photographs. The most extensively represented case is a lawsuit brought by the Swiss art collector Heinz Kisters against the German publishing house Gruner + Jahr GmbH & Co. Arranged chronologically.
box 36

Law Offices of Rogerson and Hewes - Robert B. Shaw Law Offices, 1963-1998

box 36, folder 1

Law Offices of Rogerson and Hewes, 1963-1964

Scope and Content Note

6 items (12 leaves): correspondence (3 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held), and illustrated matter. Identification and Rubens attribution of a portrait painting from the estate of Ann Colby.
box 36, folder 2

Golding v. Acquavella, 1964-1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 16 items (30 leaves): correspondence (4 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held) with law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York and with Glasgow Museums & Art Galleries; notes (8 leaves), illustrated matter, 8 photographs, including 2 pasted into a typescript. Attribution of a group of paintings to Frans Hals and Rembrandt. With a frequent mention of Miss Callman.
box 36, folder 3

Schwartz & Schwartz Attorneys, 1967

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held. Attribution of a painting referred to as Turkish nobleman with turban to Ferdinand Bol.
box 36, folder 4-6

Heinz Kisters v. Gruner + Jahr GmbH & Co., 1967-1976

Scope and Content Note

ca. 76 items (ca. 160 leaves) connected to a lawsuit regarding a painting sold by Kisters to the municipal museum in Siegen. Included are: correspondence, legal papers, expert opinions (Müller Hofstede, Sumowski, Evers, Voss, Burchard, Benesch); printed matter, a drawing (by Held?) of the disputed art work, and 15 photographs (all pasted on paper). Correspondents include: Heinz Kisters; Justus Müller Hofstede; Stadt Siegen Der Oberstadtdirektor; Kulturamt der Stadt Siegen; law offices of Martin Löffler, Karl Egbert Wenzel, Klaus Sedelmeier, and Fritz Wigger; law offices of Klaus Croissant and Jörg Lang; Landgericht Stuttgart; Johen Beyer (photographer); Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Gemäldegalerie; Matthias Winner; Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen; and Held. [Held's expert opinion is filed in Box 35, F.25.]
box 36, folder 7

Services for IRS and United States Department of Justice, 1967-1985

Scope and Content Note

ca. 15 items, including photocopies: 2 letters to Held from United States Department of Justice, 4 letters to Held from Internal Revenue Service, and 3 letters from Held. Consultation services in the capacity as an art expert.
box 36, folder 8

Hieronymus Bosch painting at Hofstra University, 1968

Scope and Content Note

36 items connected to a suit brought by the Hofstra University's against the IRS concerning Adoration of the Magi, a painting attributed to Jerome [Hieronymus] Bosch, donated to the university by Mr. and Mrs. Farber. Included are: Held's report as an art expert (typescript, 7 leaves, and photocopy), Held's letter to Luis E. Bejarano at Hofstra University, ca. 18 leaves of notes, and 16 photographs, including 2 in color.
box 36, folder 9

Law Offices Young & Young, 1972

Scope and Content Note

2 items (4 leaves): 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Regarding Held's ability to authenticate expert opinions by Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner, Justus Hofstede DeGroot, and Wilhelm von Bode in connection with Rembrandt attribution of a painting referred to as Head of an old man and Frans Hals attribution of a painting referred to as Boy with a whistle.
box 36, folder 10

Estate of Emily van Nuys, 1975

Scope and Content Note

12 items: correspondence with Law Offices of Johnson, Bannon, Wohlwend & Johnston in Los Angeles (3 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held), illustrated matter and 1 photograph. Concerning van Dyck attribution to painting Portrait of Lady Margarette of Lansdown .
box 36, folder 11

Case Josef M. Guttmann, 1979-1989

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 items: correspondence, Held's expert opinion, and 3 leaves of notes. Correspondents include Josef M. B. Guttmann Galleries in Los Angeles; the Heidelberg based attorney Klaus Zimmermann; Day, Berry & Howard in Boston; and an invoice from Tatyana M. Thompson (art conservator). Concerning Rembrandt attribution of a painting, and Rubens attribution of a painting referred to as Crucifixion. [See also items filed in Box 36, F. 12.]
box 36, folder 12

Case of faked certificates, 1989

Scope and Content Note

12 items: correspondence (4 letters to Held, 4 letters from Held), a billing statement, Held's expert opinion, and a description of the case. Correspondence with Richard L. Feigen and Co.; Central Picture Galleries; J. R. Mooney and Parkcrest Galleries; Day, Berry & Howard; and Joseph M. B. Guttmann Galleries. Regarding the case of faked letters of authenticity allegedly from Julius Held. [See also items filed in Box 36, F. 11.]
box 36, folder 13

Robert B. Shaw Law Offices, 1997-1998

Scope and Content Note

ca. 33 items (52 leaves) connected to Rubens attribution of a painting refererd to as Christ and the woman taken in adultery. Included are: correspondence with Law Offices Robert B. Shaw in New York (9 letters to Held, 7 letters from Held and a billing statement); photocopies of Held's 1975 correspondence with Toledo Museum of Art (2 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held); 2 leaves of notes, 3 business cards, a copyright statement by Held; Held's deposition typescript (14 leaves); and 1 color transparency.
 

Series IV.B. Art expertising (fake experts) 1927-1985, undated

Physical Description: 0.5 box(es) 0.20 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

The subseries includes items related to matters of attribution questioned by Held: correspondence, opinions and appraisals by various experts, photographs, press clippings, and illustrated matter. Arranged alphabetically by artist. Most items concern attribution of various artworks to Rubens. Also present are items concerning artwork by François Boucher, Caravaggio, Anthony van Dyck, Frans Hals, Michelangelo, Sebastiano del Piombo, Rembrandt, Matthias Stomer, and Verocchio.
box 36

François Boucher - Various, undated

box 36, folder 14

François Boucher, 1961

Scope and Content Note

2 items: expert opinion by Stephan Bourgeois regarding painting referred to as La [sic] printemps (Spring) ; and copy of an undated appraisal by Leo C. Collins of a painting representing a cupid.
box 36, folder 15

Caravaggio, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 press clippings regarding artworks from a private collection in Pasadena, Calif., mainly a controversial attribution of a painting referred to as Maddallena to Caravaggio.
box 36, folder 16

Anthony van Dyck, 1958, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 illustration ( Portrait of a gentleman), and copy of a 1958 expert opinion by E. Schaffran regarding van Dyck attribution of a painting referred to as Kopf einer trauernden Madonna.
box 36, folder 17

Frans Hals, 1952

Scope and Content Note

1 item: typescript (5 leaves). Description of three portraits of Malle Babbe , including one in the collection of Michel Jacobs of Rumson, N.J.
box 36, folder 19

Sebastiano del Piombo, 1957

Scope and Content Note

5 items (7 leaves): 2 expert opinions by Amadore Porcella, and 3 press clippings (all copies). Regarding a portrait of a woman with attributes of Saint Lucy.
box 36, folder 20

Rembrandt, 1963

Scope and Content Note

5 items (12 leaves): 2 photographs, 1 typescript (7 leaves), 2 press clippings (photocopies). The typescript is a text by A. P. Laurie on Rembrandt's painting technique, and concerning a portrait of a man from the collection of Mrs. George Pelz.
box 36, folder 21

Rembrandt, 1973

Scope and Content Note

3 items. Correspondence with Lee Nordness Galleries in New York (2 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held). With a mention of expert opinion of Erik Larsen, and with a reference to George Szabo at Lehman Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
box 36, folder 22

Rembrandt, 1967, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: press clipping with a 1967 article from Rheinische-Post about Rembrandt's paintings at Galerie Rudolf Beckers in Düsseldorf, and 1 leaf of typescript concerning a self-portrait of Rembrandt.
box 36, folder 23

Rubens: Die Vermählung Mariä, 1954-1955

Scope and Content Note

14 items: 3 letters from Josef Deutschmann (to Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, to the Currier Gallery of Art in Manchester, and to Held (with envelope)); correspondence with Hermann Konnerth (1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held); 1 press clipping; 2 postcards; 2 photographs; and 3 color transparencies. Concerning Rubens attribution of a painting referred to as Die Vermählung Mariä . [Color transparencies are shelved in Box 161, F. 1.]
box 36, folder 24

Rubens: Holy Family, 1958, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: expert opinion by Stephan Bourgeois, and an undated appraisal by Leo C. Collins.
box 36, folder 25

Rubens: various, 1956-1957, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: typescript (1 leaf), and copies of 1956-1957 correspondence between Art Galleries in Cleveland and J. J. Crompton in Toronto, a statement by conservator by Edward Jukowski, and letters to Crompton from Royal Academy of Arts in London, National Hoger Institute en Koninklijke academie voor schone kunsten in Antwerp, and the National Gallery of Canada. Also present is a copy of an expert opinion by F. Störi, and 1 leaf of notes regarding Rubens painting from the collection of Lanckoronski in Vienna. Regarding Rubens attribution paintings referred to as The marriage feast and Apple of discord.
box 36, folder 26

Rubens: Jesus Christ places the keys in the hands of Peter , 1973-1975, 1987

Scope and Content Note

2 items (5 leaves): expert opinions by Max F. X. Massot and H. Stolz-Löliger.
box 36, folder 27

Rubens: Le denier de Cesar, 1927, 1932

Scope and Content Note

2 items (4 leaves): recent typescripts of a 1927 expert opinion by Alfred Chatain, and a 1932 letter with expert opinion from L. van Puyvelde addressed to to Sofus Larsen.
box 36, folder 28

Rubens: Le jardin d'amour, 1984-1985

Scope and Content Note

7 items: correspondence with Margaret Morris at the Peters Corporation in Santa Fe, N.M. (3 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held), and 1 leaf of notes.
box 36, folder 29

Matthias Stomer: St. Peter with the key, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: a statement by Anita R. Orienter (1 leaf of typescript), and 1 photograph.
box 36, folder 30

Verrocchio, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 press clippings.
box 36, folder 31

Various items related to Held's file "Fake experts"s, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 leaf of notes, and original folder from Held's archive.
 

Series V. Teaching and lectures, 1935-1991

Physical Description: 8 box(es) 3.34 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series documents Held's preparatory work for his lecturing and teaching activities. The predominant portion constitute notes and typescript drafts of lectures. Occasionaly included are lists of slides, syllabi for seminars, lists of students' term papers, press clippings, printed matter, correspondence, and photographs and illustrated matter.
Box 43A cotains Held's library list: photocopies of card catalog of Held's reference library.
Among the material are notes for numerous courses taught by Held at New York University and at Columbia University's Barnard College. Also present is material for several lectures given by Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Williams College in Williamstown Mass., and Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt.
Arranged in rough chronological order. Material that could not be dated is filed in Box 37.
box 37

Course on theory of art history - Sources of Rubens and Rubens as a source, undated

box 37, folder 1

Course on theory of art history, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 60 leaves of notes, including 31 index cards. A few leaves have letterhead of the Barnard College.
box 37, folder 2

Lecture at Brooklyn Museum of Art: "Rembrandt - creator of new horizons", undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 leaves of notes.
box 37, folder 3

Lectures on Flemish painting at New York University, undated

Scope and Content Note

81 leaves of notes (mainly typescripts, 9 leaves handwritten). Syllabi for Held's course Fine Arts 209 Flemish painting.
box 37, folder 4

Brooklyn Museum talk on Kenneth Clark's film about the Baroque period, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 leaves of notes with Held's explanatory note attached.
box 37, folder 5

Lecture: "Cities of art: Antwerp", undated

Scope and Content Note

48 items: typescript of lecture (28 leaves; final version?), list of slides, 2 photographic postcards, including 1 in color, 13 leaves of notes, and printed and illustrated matter.
box 37, folder 6

Lecture: "Baldung", undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 45 items (ca. 67 leaves): typescript of lecture (23 leaves; annotated by Held), 38 leaves of notes, 2 leaves of printed matter, photocopies of slides (3 leaves), and 1 photograph.
box 37, folder 7

Lecture: "Rembrandt, early and late", undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 15 items (ca. 79 leaves): typescript of lecture (31 leaves; annotated by Held), photocopies of slides (8 leaves), 2 offprints, printed matter and notes (12 leaves).
box 37, folder 8

Lecture: "The sources of Peter Paul Rubens and Rubens as a source", undated

Scope and Content Note

46 leaves: typescript of lecture (26 leaves, annotated by Held), handwritten draft (19 leaves), and 1 leaf with a list of illustrations (slides?).
box 38

Notes, 1935-1948

box 38, folder 1

Notes for a course on Dutch art at New York University, 1935-1936

Scope and Content Note

27 leaves; in German. One leaf includes portion of a letter by Helen J. Adler on verso.
box 38, folder 2

Notes for a course on Dutch art at New York University, 1936-1938

Scope and Content Note

132 leaves: typescript notes for courses Fine Arts 10 and Fine Arts 210 Dutch painting. 17th century. With bibliographies and a list of artists.
box 38, folder 3-6

Research material for lectures on forgeries, ca. 1941-1980

Scope and Content Note

ca. 220 items: ca. 47 leaves of handwritten notes; related correspondence (4 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held); ca. 100 leaves of printed matter and press clippings; 9 leaves of printed illustrations; and 55 photographs. [Several items are shelved in Box 145*, F. 12-14.]
box 38, folder 7-8

Notes for lectures at the New York University, 1947-1948

Scope and Content Note

ca. 102 items: 96 leaves of notes, and 6 leaves of press clippings and printed matter. A significant portion of notes concerns forgeries.
box 39

Lectures, 1952-ca.1964

box 39, folder 1

"Art of the Baroque period", 1952-1955

Scope and Content Note

2 typescripts (26 and 84 leaves): syllabi for lectures given by Held at Columbia University: "Art of the Baroque period", of 1952 and "Baroque art", of 1955.
box 39, folder 2

Pierpont Morgan Library lecture: "Museum: temple, midway, or morgue", 1956

Scope and Content Note

46 leaves of notes, and typescript (2 leaves) report by Held on a series of lectures he gave while travelling on a ship.
box 39, folder 3

Seminar on Egmont drawings, 1958

Scope and Content Note

64 items: 37 leaves of notes, 1 leaf of illustrated matter, 23 photographs, and 3 items of related correspondence: letter to Held from George Kubler at Yale University, Held's letter to Kubler, and Held's letter to Colin T. Eisler.
box 39, folder 4

Lecture given at the Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore: "International style", 1962

Scope and Content Note

33 items: 29 leaves of notes, and related correspondence with the gallery (2 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held).
box 39, folder 5

Questionnaires for survey project "Print rooms of Europe", 1962?

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 leaves: ca. 40 questionnaires sent by Held to the leading print and drawings collections in Europe, in preparation for a talk at the Barnard College. Most questionnaires include related correspondence. Also present are notes, and printed matter.
box 39, folder 6

Rubens drawings, 1962

Scope and Content Note

ca. 60 leaves of notes and printed matter (announcement of a symposium at Davison Art Center held in April 1955).
box 39, folder 7

Lecture on print rooms at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 1962

Scope and Content Note

17 leaves of notes.
box 39, folder 8

Course on drawings at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY: "The drawings of the masters, technique, development, collecting", 1963

Scope and Content Note

ca. 60 leaves of notes.
box 39, folder 9

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY lectures on drawings, 1963

Scope and Content Note

ca. 75 leaves of notes and a letter to Held from Princeton University Press.
box 39, folder 10

Lecture on Rubens, 1964-1967

Scope and Content Note

ca. 14 items (32 leaves): extensively annotated typescript draft of lecture (18 leaves), 9 letters to Held from the Clowes Fund Collection in Indianapolis, the University of Notre Dame Art Gallery, and the J. B. Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Ky., 3 leaves of notes, and printed matter.
box 39, folder 11

Barnard College course "Prints and drawings", 1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 36 leaves of notes for course Art History 68 on techniques of prints and drawings. Also present is a list of students' names with their class assignments, and an outline for the final exam.
box 39, folder 12

Notes for Senior Seminar at Barnard College, ca. 1964

Scope and Content Note

ca. 31 items: 23 leaves of notes taken by a student between Oct. 17 and Dec. 5th [year not given] and between Feb. 29 and April 18, 1964. Also included are 8 leaves of notes by Held, and original folder from Held's archive, annotated. Two leaves of Held's notes are written on verso of a list of students attending course Fine Arts 68.
box 40

Lectures, 1965-1968

box 40, folder 1

Lecture on basic reference works in the fine arts, 1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 18 leaves of notes.
box 40, folder 2

Lecture on Belgium as a country of art, 1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 15 items (22 leaves): typescript of lecture (6 leaves, annotated), 2 letters to Held from the Baltimore Museum of Art, typescript notes, printed matter, and illustrations.
box 40, folder 3

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY lectures on Rembrandt and Rubens, 1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 74 leaves: draft of a lecture (13 leaves, manuscript draft), notes, printed matter, and 23 copies of typescript bibliographies on Rembrandt and Rubens compiled by Held.
box 40, folder 4

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY course on connoisseurship, 1963-1967, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 85 leaves: annotated manuscript drafts for lectures 1-10; additional notes for the lectures, correspondence: a letter to Held from Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, and a letter to Hans Tietze from J. G. Rose concerning a painting atrributed to Tintoretto. Also printed matter and press clippings.[5 leaves of press clippings from F. 7 are shelved in Box 145*, F. 15.]
box 40, folder 5

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY course on connoisseurship, 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 35 items (ca. 114 leaves): manuscript drafts for lectures 1-6, 8-10, a list of slides for lectures 1-10 (typescript, 3 copies), ca. 23 leaves of notes, and 1 photograph.
box 40, folder 6-8

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY course on connoisseurship, 1958-1979

Scope and Content Note

ca. 150 items (ca. 210 leaves) connected to Held's research for his Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY course on connoisseurship: typescripts; printed and illustrated matter; offprints; 10 press clippings; ca. 70 leaves of notes; 19 items of correspondence; and 28 photographs, including 1 in color. [2 items from folder 7 are shelved in Box 145*, F. 16.]
box 40, folder 9-13

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY course on connoisseurship: illustrations, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 85 items: photographs, and illustrated matter. Also present is original folder from Held's archive [filed in folder 13]. [1 color photograph from Box 40, F. 10 is shelved in Box 161, F. 2.]
box 41

Seminars and lectures, 1968 - 1976

box 41, folder 1-2

Lecture on Jacob Jordaens at the National Gallery of Canada, 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 150 leaves: handwritten and typescript notes, and heavily annotated drafts. With some correspondence. 1 press clipping.
box 41, folder 3

Dürer Seminar at Columbia, 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 100 leaves, mainly notes, typescripts, printed matter, bibliographies, English translation of Dürer's text on woodcut (typescript, 16 leaves), and 3 items of correspondence. The typescripts concern the art dealer Tomas Harris, and Dürer prints in the collection of Thomas Barlow.
box 41, folder 4

Lecture "Death of art", 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 40 leaves: draft of lecture (typescript, 12 leaves, extensively annotated), several press clippings, notes, printed matter, and 2 photographs, including 1 snapshot of the ruins of Frauenkirche in Dresden. The lecture was on the occasion of Barnard Reunion 1968.
box 41, folder 5

Lectures at Williamstown. Art 312, 1969

Scope and Content Note

30 leaves of notes. Also students' reading and term paper assignments for course Art 312.
box 41, folder 6

Seminar on art and propaganda at Barnard College, 1970

Scope and Content Note

ca. 34 leaves of notes, typscripts, and press clippings. Included are 6 library paging slips.
box 41, folder 7-8

Course on iconography at Williams College, 1973-1977

Scope and Content Note

ca. 55 items: ca. 35 leaves of notes, including lists of students' names and students' papers; a letter to Held from Michael E. Flack; 6 leaves of illustrations, 2 photographic postcards; and 10 photographs. [2 photographs are shelved in Box 145*, F. 17.]
box 41, folder 9

Course on German art at Williams College (undergraduate), 1974

Scope and Content Note

24 leaves of notes, including 1 hand-drawn map of Swabia, and 1 press clipping.
box 41, folder 10-11

Lectures on collecting at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 1974

Scope and Content Note

ca. 160 items: 4 typescript drafts for lectures (total of ca. 100 leaves, extensively annotated), notes, printed matter and press clippings, and 1 photograph showing Held with an unidentified woman in James Room at Barnard Hall. [7 leaves of press clippings are shelved in Box 145*, F. 18.]
box 41, folder 12

Lecture: "Report from a workshop", 1974

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 leaves, including several typscript drafts. A lecture on Rubens and Held's methodology in art historical research.
box 41, folder 13

Rubens seminar and exhibition at Williams College in Williamstown, 1976

Scope and Content Note

ca. 115 leaves of notes, including 3 items of illustrated matter, 3 photographs, and 7 items of related correspondence with Williams College.
box 42

Lectures, seminars, 1977-1980

box 42, folder 1

Lecture: "Hidden meanings", 1977-1978

Scope and Content Note

ca. 48 items: typescript draft of the lecture (26 leaves), notes, printed matter, and correspondence (2 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held) with Wadsworth Atheneum. Included is an announcement of a lecture titled "Hidden meanings in Dutch and Flemish painting" given by Held at the Ohio State University [no date].
box 42, folder 2

Teaching records (Williams College), 1977-1978

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 items: notes, typescripts, printed and illustrated matter. Some items relate to courses Art 503, Art 401 (undergraduate), Art 558 (Rubens seminar), and a seminar on the Renaissance given by Held in fall 1977 at Columbia University. Also present are syllabi for lectures 13 and 14 of the course Fine Arts 209 "Flemish painting" taught by Held at New York University. [1 item (a drawing by Held) is shelved in Box 145*, F. 19.]
box 42, folder 3-4

Lecture: "Art history and technology", 1979

Scope and Content Note

ca. 180 leaves: 3 drafts for lectures (typescripts, extensively annotated), a term paper by Catherine B. Scallen "Development of photography as an art historical tool: 1850-1890", ca. 85 leaves of notes, and 11 items of correspondence with University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Art History, and Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., also a letter to Held from Lois Fichner Rathaus. [1 item (poster for lecture) is shelved in Box 145*, F. 20.]
box 42, folder 5

Lecture: "Rubens: ancient themes", (Smith College), 1979-1981

Scope and Content Note

ca. 87 leaves: notes and 3 drafts for lectures (typescripts, annotated).
box 42, folder 6

Rembrandt seminar at Williams College, 1980?

Scope and Content Note

28 leaves of notes and illustrated matter. Also present are 2 letters from Held to Bruce Kieffer at German Department, Williams College; 1 letter to Held [from Kieffer?]; 3 drawings by Held.
box 42, folder 7

Session on forgery, 1980?-1986

Scope and Content Note

ca. 30 leaves, predominantly notes, connecetd to a lecture on forgery. Also present is printed matter; 1 press clipping; draft of a lecture (typescript, 4 leaves, with corrections); and 3 letters to Held, including 2 from the International Foundation for Art Research [IFAR], and 1 from the Brooklyn Museum in New York. [2 items are shelved in Box 145*, F. 21.]
box 43

Seminars, lectures, 1981-1986

box 43, folder 1-2

Course on German Renaissance art, 1981

Scope and Content Note

ca. 170 leaves of notes, 2 leaves of printed matter. Also present is a hand-drawn model of a retable. [Printed matter is shelved in Box 145*, F. 22.]
box 43, folder 3

"Otto van Veen or Rubens?", 1982-1983

Scope and Content Note

3 items (37 leaves: draft of lecture (36 leaves, typescript with corrections), and a note by Held. According to the note, the draft is the first, long version on Rubens's painting The battle of the Amazons in Potsdam; portions of the lecture were presented at a talk Held gave at John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Fla.
box 43, folder 4

Lecture: "Rembrandt's beggars", and other talks on the same topic, 1983

Scope and Content Note

ca. 85 leaves of notes and typescripts; including 2 letters to Held from Wellesley College and 1 from Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
box 43, folder 5-6

Middlebury lectures, 1983-1986

Scope and Content Note

ca. 125 leaves: 6 drafts for lectures, including (total of ca. 90 leaves, typescripts, with corrections), notes, lists of slides, and correspondence with Middlebury College.
box 43, folder 7

Lecture at Clark Art Institute: "Dürer's personality", 1982-1984

Scope and Content Note

ca 50 leaves: draft of lecture (typescript, 26 leaves, with corrections), notes, printed matter, and correspondence with Friends of the Clark (1982) and the Pierpont Morgan Library.
box 43, folder 8

CAA Symposium on "Altersstil", 1984-1989

Scope and Content Note

ca. 46 leaves: predominantly notes, also tables and diagrams, a press clipping, and ca. 14 items of correspondenece with David [?] at Columbia University, Catherine M. Soussloff at the University of Connecticut, Eugene Victor Thaw, Egbert [?] at New York University, Maurice Tuchman at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the National Gallery in London, Martin S. Lindauer, and Seymour [Slive?] at Harvard University Art Museums.
box 43, folder 9

Two lectures at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY: "Drawings and oil sketches, Rubens and van Dyck", 1986

Scope and Content Note

Both lectures were given by Held at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY on April 29 and May 6, 1986. Folder 9 contains ca. 54 leaves connected to lecture on Rubens: draft of lecture (typescript, 17 leaves, with corrections); contract with Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; notes, and 1985-1986 correspondence with Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY and Frick Art Musem. Also included are 1961 letters to Held from Kunsthistorisch Instituut der Universiteit van Amsterdam and Nationalmuseum Stockholm. This folder also includes draft for a short paper prepared for International Congress (typescript with corrections, 10 leaves). According to an annotation Held used parts of the text for a text on Ruben's painting Het Pelsken .
box 43, folder 10

Two lectures at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY: "Drawings and oil sketches, Rubens and van Dyck", 1986

Scope and Content Note

Folder 10 contains ca.20 leaves connected to lecture on van Dyck: draft of lecture (typescript, 18 leaves, with corrections); and letter to Held from Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY with a memo attached.
box 43, folder 11

Lecture at University of Colorado at Boulder: "Rembrandt and the written word", 1991

Scope and Content Note

ca. 83 leaves: 2 typescripts for lecture (31 and 29 leaves, both versions with corrections), letter to Held from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and notes.
box 43A

Held's reference library list, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 box. Photocopies of card catalog of Held's reference library.
 

Series VI. Travel notes, sketches, and letters, 1925-1983, undated

Physical Description: 1.67 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of notes taken by Held during his frequent travel to art museums and architectural sites in Europe, mainly in Belgium and Germany, sketches and notes made by Held during his travels as an art history student, and letters written to his wife and daughter in 1949.
Included are notes taken during travel to Austria, England, France, Italy, Netherlands, and Spain, Liechtenstein, Poland, Portugal, Russia, and Sweden. A few items relate to Held's visit to Palestine [Box 47, F. 2-3]. About 70 leaves of small sketches were made by Held during his many study trips as an art history student in Germany during the late 1920s [filed in Box 47, F. 1]. Nearly 40 letters were written by Held to his wife and daughter during a 1949 trip to Europe as an advanced fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation [filed in Box 47, F.2-3].
Arranged in rough chronological order.
 

Series VI.A. Loose-leaf notes and notebooks I-III, V, VII-XVI, XVIII, and unnumbered, 1925-1963, undated

Physical Description: ca. 40 vols., plus loose pages

Scope and Content Note

Some notebooks are numbered I - XVIII, others are unlabeled. An index to notebooks I-XIX is filed in Box 45, F.11; however, a notebook identified as number XIX is not present in the archive.
The notes are brief but detailed descriptions of particular artworks. Held often includes dimensions and inventory numbers, transcribes captions, and notes references to bibliography or other artworks. Frequently present are his own drawings and small sketches of the artwork, executed in pencil or ink, and copies of artists' signatures. Notes taken before his departure to United States and some notes from the late 1940s are in German.
box 44, folder 1

Notes on Crucifix by Coppo di Marcovaldo in San Gimignano, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 leaves; with Held's pencil drawing of Christ head.
box 44, folder 2

Notes on architecture, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 leaves. With several pencil drawings of architectural motives, mainly arches and baldachins. Also a drawing of a street in Berlin at night.
box 44, folder 3

"Various towns", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (42 leaves). Notes on artworks in Paris, London, Rotterdam, Munich, Schleissheim, Basel [Bâle], Hague (Mauritshuis), and Antwerp; and notes on an exhibition of drawings by Rubens and Jordaens in Cambridge [England?].
box 44, folder 4

Notes on Flemish engravers, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 leaves. Notes on artworks by several Flemish engravers, mainly Lucas Emil Vorsterman.
box 44, folder 5

Notes on artwork in Hamburg, Utrecht, Hague, Antwerp, and Berlin, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 leaves.
box 44, folder 6

"Pencilled notes from Albertina", undated

Scope and Content Note

16 leaves.
box 44, folder 7

Notes on artwork in Munich, Mannheim, Hague, Basel, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 leaves.
box 44, folder 8

"Notes from Italy (all in German!)", undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (27 leaves): notes on church architecture; with several sketches. Also notes on artwork in Galleria Borghese.
box 44, folder 9

Notes on artwork in Brussels, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 leaves.
box 44, folder 10

Notes on woodcuts, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 leaves. On leaf [1]: "Bibl. Nationale: Ovid, Lyon 1559. (Italian)".
box 44, folder 11

Notes on artwork in Prague and Eberstein [Austria], undated [after 1977]

Scope and Content Note

10 leaves.
box 44, folder 12

Notes on artwork mainly by Flemish artists, undated

Scope and Content Note

25 leaves.
box 44, folder 13

Trip to Hungary: Esztergom and Budapest, ca. 1925

Scope and Content Note

12 leaves of notes and 1 photograph. With several small sketches in ink or pencil; also with several pencil studies of sleeping or resting human figures.
box 44, folder 14

Caption: "First trip to Russia", 1935

Scope and Content Note

4 leaves. With several small sketches and facsimiles of artists' signatures.
box 44, folder 15

Untitled notebook, undated [1956?]

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (59 pages). Notes on artwork by Rubens. Inserted is a paging slip from Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, dated 16 July 1956.
box 44, folder 16

Notes with added caption: "From first visit to Belgium (1949), record of ACL photos of works in Belgian museums & churches", 1949

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (68 leaves).
box 44, folder 17

Notebook no. I, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (120 p.), and a loosely inserted note. Travel to France, Spain, and Italy,
box 44, folder 18

Notebook no. II, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (118 p.). Travel to France and Switzerland.
box 44, folder 19

Notebook no. III, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (116 p.). Travel to Spain,
box 44, folder 20

Notebook no. V, 1949?

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (88 p.). Later added notes on p. 1: "1949? Notes from ACL". Travel to Belgium, Germany, England. Front cover of notebook no. IV. [not present in the archive] is preserved.
box 44, folder 21

Notebook no. VII, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (78 p.) and 100 index cards (3x5 in.) with notes. Inscribed inside the front cover: "Drawings British Museum, Victoria & Albert Mus.".
box 44, folder 22

Notebook no. VIII, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (94 p.) and 3 loosely inserted leaves of notes [facing p. 57]. Travel to Belgium and Germany.
box 44, folder 23

Notebook no. IX, 1953

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (78 p.). Inscribed inside the front cover: "Paris, notes from photos at The Hague and Brussels (from other end)".
box 45, folder 1

Notebook no. X, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (72 p.) and 1 loosely inserted note. Inscribed inside the front cover: "Munich drawings pp. 11- Schleissheim, from back: Antwerp, Cab. des Estampes".
box 45, folder 2

Notebook XI, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (128 p.) and 2 leaves of loosely inserted notes (facing p. 73). Inscribed on front cover: "Chatsworth ..".
box 45, folder 3

Notebook XII, 1953

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (120 p.) Inscribed on front cover: "Stuttgart - Vienna 1953".
box 45, folder 4

Notebook XIII, 1953

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (29 leaves, unnumbered). Inscribed on front cover: "Copenhagen Stockholm". Loosely inserted are 8 leaves of notes. Notes on page number [53] are dated "VI/2/'53".
box 45, folder 5

Notebook XIV, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (53 p.) and 5 leaves loosely inserted notes. Inscribed inside the front cover: "Vienna, Belgium, Lier, Mons (Bergen)".
box 45, folder 6

Notebook XV, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (76 p.). Book mark (facing p. 50).
box 45, folder 7

Notebook XVI, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (124 p.). Loosely inserted note (facing p. 111).
box 45, folder 8

Notebook XVIII, 1956

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (102) leaves. Inscribed on front cover: "Italy, return from Rome".
box 45, folder 9

Notebook, 1950s

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (92 p.). Inscribed on p. 1: "Notes from Belgium, undated, [?50's?]".
box 45, folder 10

Notebook, 1950s

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (86 p.). Dated on front cover: "1950s".
box 45, folder 11

Notebook with index, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Notes on Louvre drawings and index to notebooks I-XIX.
box 45, folder 12

Notebook, 1956

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (137 p.) and an entrance pass to art collections in Italy issued to Held in 1956. The notebook is inscribed on front fly-leaf: "Italy, ... Milano, followed by Bergamo, Mantua, Modena, Reggio, Pisa, Pistoia, Florence ... Rome, Vatican".
box 45, folder 13

Notebook, 1958?

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (112 p.). Inscribed by Held on front fly-leaf: "Notes from ACL and RKD .. 195? or later". With an index inscribed inside the front cover.
box 45, folder 14

Notebook, 1958

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (38 p). Inscribed on front cover: "Belgium, Holland, 1958".
box 45, folder 15

Notebook, 1963

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (103 p.) and 2 loosely inserted leaves of notes. Inscribed by Held on cover: "1963, Vienna, Milan", and with an index to places inside the front cover.
box 46, folder 1

Notebook, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Travel to Russia, also Poland (Warsaw), and Germany.
box 46, folder 2

Notebook, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook and 1 loosely inserted note. Inscribed on cover: Antwerp, Paris, Brussels, Gent, Frankfurt, Darmstadt".
box 46, folder 3

Notebook, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (94 p.). Travel to France. Index inside the front cover.
box 46, folder 4

Notebook, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Inscribed on front cover: "Paris (Lugt), London (Wallace, Nat. Gall., Seilern dealers (Dr. Rothman), Hampton Court, Cambridge, Witt-notes on R. sketches".
box 46, folder 5

Notebook, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (114 p.). Inscribed on front cover:" Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Philadelphia, Portugal, Madrid, Mariette Exh.".
box 46, folder 6

Notebook, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Inscribed on front cover: "Oxford ...". Travel to England and Ireland.
box 46, folder 7

Notes (disbound), 1968

Scope and Content Note

22 leaves. With an explanatory leaf inscribed: "Vienna (Academy), Prague, Dresden, Leipzig, Gotha (1st visit)".
box 46, folder 8

Notebook, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (96 p.). Travel to Sweden and Denmark. Index on last page.
box 46, folder 9

Notebook, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (160 p.). Inscribed on front cover: "Paris". Travel to France and Germany. Index on last page.
box 46, folder 10

Notebook, 1966-1968

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (42 p.) and loosely inserted 15 leaves of notes taken during trip to Moscow in 1966. Inscribed on front cover: "Loose notes from Moscow, also Barnes, Vostermann, Prague, Dresden, Leipzig, Gotha, Potsdam, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, the Hague".
box 46, folder 11

Notebook, 1973

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Inscribed on cover: "1973 July, Munich-Paris".
box 46, folder 12

Notebook, 1973

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (76 leaves) and 1 loosely inserted leaf. Inscribed on cover: "1973 Scotland to Weimar". Inscribed inside the front cover: "Europe 1973". Index on last page.
box 46, folder 13

Notebook, 1974

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook (116 p.) "Itinerary" (1 leaf) pasted inside the front cover. Travel to several cities in Germany, Austria (Salzburg), Belgium (Antwerp), and England (London).
box 46, folder 14

Notes: Vaduz, Paris, Stuttgart, 1977

Scope and Content Note

9 leaves of notes on artwork in Vaduz [Liechtenstein], Paris, and Stuttgart.
box 46, folder 15

Notebook, 1979

Scope and Content Note

1 notebook. Inscribed on cover: "Dresden, Kassel, Munich, Zürich."
 

Series VI.B. Sketches, letters, and travel notes, 1925-1983, undated

Physical Description: ca. 300 items

Scope and Content Note

Held's sketches (ca. 70 leaves) of art works, letters to his wife and daughter written in 1949 while he was on a study trip, and assorted notes about art works, some taken on his travels.
box 47, folder 1

Held's student sketches and travel notes, ca. 1925, undated

Scope and Content Note

100 items, including ca 70 leaves of sketches, executed in pencil or black ink on tracing paper; also ca. 8 leaves of pre-war notes in German, and ca. 22 leaves of post-war notes in English. Present is a note inscribed: "Notebook, from travels (as student) ca. 1925 (or 1927-8) with various sketches (all in German)". The sketches are studies of details in paintings such as rock formations, gestures, drapery and clothing.
box 47, folder 2-3

Trip to Europe (and Palestine), 1949

Scope and Content Note

39 letters from Held to his wife and daughter Anna. Preserved is Held's original folder inscribed: "Trip to Europe, summer 1949, Belgium, Holland, France, Spain, Italy, Palestine, England, with grant, Belgian - Am. Educational Foundation". The letters are rich in detail concerning Held's visits to art museums and information concerning his professional contacts to art historians. Held also relates his personal impressions of post-war Europe, and writes about family matters. Most letters are in German, some are in English.
box 47, folder 4

Prints at Albertina, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 typescript (6 leaves), captioned "List of prints photographed for me in Vienna (Albertina). I have films".
box 47, folder 5

Notes on artwork by Philipp and Cornelis Galle and by Rubens, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 leaves. Place unknown.
box 47, folder 6

Notes about drawings in Philadelphia museum, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 leaves.
box 47, folder 7

Notes about paintings in Rouen museum, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 leaves.
box 47, folder 8

Various notes, 1920-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 100 leaves of various notes. Held's annotation on folder identifies items as travel notes from 1982 to1983, but the majority seems to be from 1950s to 1970s; some notes may be dated as early as 1920s. Also included is printed matter, 2 negatives, and a letter to Held from Amy Golahny (dated April 6 1976). [Negatives are shelved in Box 161, F. 3.]
box 47, folder 9

"Medici sketches, Munich", undated

Scope and Content Note

24 leaves numered 47-93, and note inscribed: Medici sketches, Munich, notes from Munich depot (pp. 61ff.), Weimar (p. 67 ff.) (drawings), Leipzig (pp. 77 ff.) (drawings).
box 47, folder 10

Notes: "Leizpig, Mus. der bildenden Künste", undated

Scope and Content Note

7 leaves.
box 47, folder 11

Notes: "Pal. Bianco, Genova" and translation of Philostratus, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 leaves: 6 leaves of notes about palazzo Bianco in Genoa, and 4 leaves of translation from Philostratus.
box 47, folder 12

Notes: trip to Belgian towns, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 leaves: 4 leaves of typescript notes, and 1 leaf inscribed: "Notes taken on a trip to Belgian towns - typed up from notes taken on the spot. Together with remarks about ACL photos."
box 47, folder 13

"Notes about ACL photos, related to individual Flemish 17th c. artists", undated

Scope and Content Note

20 leaves.
 

Series VII. Ponce Art Museum, 1954-1999, , undated

Physical Description: 4.6 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

This series documents Held's involvement in the capacity as a consultant in the process of building the collection of the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico. It consists of correspondence, papers documenting the museums acquisition activities and accreditation process, and photographs of paintings and sculptures in the museum's collection.
 

Series VII.A. Correspondence, 1954-1999

Physical Description: 6 box(es) 2.5 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

The main portion comprises Held's correspondence with the founder of the Ponce Art Museum and Governor of Puerto Rico Luis A. Ferré, and with members of the museum's curatorial and administrative staff; also with firm Ferré Export Corporation in New York. Also present is correspondence with private art collectors, dealers and auction houses, scholars, conservators, and consulting firms. Occasionally included are notes and typescripts, photographs of artworks, printed and illustrated matter, and various business papers, mainly Held's travel expenses. Arranged chronologically.
box 48

1954-1960

box 48, folder 1

1954-1957

Scope and Content Note

46 items (60 leaves), including correspondence with Sandro Bartolucci, Michel Benisovitch, Roberto Longhi (University of Florence) and Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner (Los Angeles County Museum). Also present is a list of artworks, with prices, sold to Ferré at Savoy Art & Auction Galleries in New York on 10 May 1957.
box 48, folder 2

1958

Scope and Content Note

59 items (77 leaves), including correspondence with P. Baur de Boer, French & Company, and Gaston de la Haye. Also present is a note by Held listing his 1958 professional services and charges to Ferré, and 1 telegram.
box 48, folder 3-5

1959

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 items (ca. 165 leaves), including 9 photographs, 1 telegram, and correspondence with The Art Quarterly (Paul L. Grigaut), Daan Cevat, Anne Marie del Drago, Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Mira Salomon, Germain Seligman,and E. and A. Silberman Galleries (Abris Silberman).
box 48, folder 6-7

1960

Scope and Content Note

ca. 93 items (ca. 123 leaves), including 3 telegrams, 4 leaves of notes, and correspondence with Daan Cevat, Max Forchheimer, Samuel H. Kress Foundation (Guy Emerson), Dwight Miller (University of Illinois), John P. Nicholson, J. O'Connor Lynch, and Marcel Roethlisberger (Yale University).
box 49

1961-1963

box 49, folder 1-3

1961

Scope and Content Note

ca. 160 items (ca. 200 leaves), including 3 leaves of notes, 1 offprint, 1 telegram, and correspondence with Piero Bigongiari, Burlington Magazine , Centre National de Recherches "Primitifs Flamands", William Georg Constable, Norbert Fischman Gallery, Frick Art Reference Library, François Heim, Hunterian Society, Marcel Joly, Arthur Kilgore, Samuel H. Kress Foundation (Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi), Edward R. Lubin, Misión Permanente del Perú ante las Naciones Unidas, Frederick Mont, Inc. (Betty Mont), Priscilla E. Muller, Serge Pakswer, Philip Pouncey (British Museum), Victor D. Spark, [countess?] Helen Suchecki, Julius H. Weitzner, and Hans Wentzel (Technische Hochschule Stuttgart). Also present is copy of a letter from Walter Muir Whitehill (Boston Athenaeum) to Mr. [Paul?] Ganz.
box 49, folder 4-5

1962

Scope and Content Note

ca. 108 items (ca. 130 leaves), including 1 telegram and correspondence with Siegfried F. Aram, Art Association of Indianapolis, Art Quarterly (Paul L. Grigaut), P. Baur de Boer, Jan Bialostocki, Burlington Magazine , Edward Durell Stone, Horst Gerson, Instituto Amatller de Arte Hispánico in Barcelona, John Herron Museum of Art (Wilbur D. Peat), Samuel H. Kress Foundation (Alessandro Contini-Bonacossi, Guy Emerson), Liana Linardos, Musée du Louvre, Antonio Morassi, Norton Galleries (Bert C. Norton), Hal O'Nians, Philip Pouncey (British Museum), Rhode Island School of Design (David G. Carter), Henry M. Roland (Roland, Browse & Delbanco), Julius H. Weitzner, and Federico Zeri.
box 49, folder 6-8

1963

Scope and Content Note

ca. 107 items (ca. 124 leaves), including correspondence with Art Association of Indianapolis John Herron Museum of Art (Curtis G. Coley), Art Quarterly (Paul L. Grigaut), Berry-Hill Galleries, Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Guglielmo Canessa, Nathan Chaikin, Richard A. Debs, Bernard Dressler Fine Art Studio, Edward Durell Stone, Mrs. Giorgio Fubini, Galerie Sanct Lucas, Paul Ganz, Hans Herbs (Dorotheum), Werner Hofman, J. O. Leegenhoek, Frederick Mont, Inc. (Betty Mont), Paul Moro, Samuel Newman, Norton Galleries (Bert C. Norton), James A. O'Toole, Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Ernest de Popper, Armando Rivera, Franco Russoli, Sotheby & Co., Léon Voet, and Federico Zeri. Also present are 3 telegrams, 2 leaves of notes, 1 photograph and a bank statement.
box 50

1964-1967

box 50, folder 1-3

1964

Scope and Content Note

ca. 160 items (ca. 190 leaves), including 4 leaves of notes, 2 telegrams, and correspondence with Siegfried F. Aram, The Art Quarterly (Astrid E. Gettier; with typescript (4 leaves) of Held's article on the Ponce Art Museum), T. Augarde, P. Baur de Boer, Berry-Hill Galleries (Henry D. Hill and Sidney Hill), Miss Betty Brandeis, Chapman & Hall Limited, Central Picture Galleries (Jan Klein), Moses Eisemann (a relative of Held), Helmut von Erffa, French & Company (Helene Barland), Galerie Sanct Lucas, Mina Gregori, Henry Hawley (Cleveland Museum of Art), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Erich Herzog (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Kassel), Hirsch & Adler Galleries, Mrs. Henry Hughes Oliver, Ludwig Los[?]ichler Gutjahr,Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Kroch's & Brentano's Inc., Michael Mallory, Erwin Mitsch (Graphische Sammlung Albertina), Frederick Mont, Inc. (Betty Mont), Gallery of John Nicholson Limited, Norton Simon (Norton Simon Foundation), Nystad Antiquairs, Konrad Oberhuber (Graphische Sammlung Albertina), Charles E. Redfield Investment Counsel, Theodore Rousseau ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Schoneman Galleries, Germain Seligman, Miss Ala Storey, University of Miami in Coral Gables, Vassar College Art Gallery (Thomas J. McCormick), Claus Virch ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Carl Weinhardt (Gallery of Modern Art), Martin Weinberger (NYU), Wildenstein & Co. Inc. (Louis Goldenberg), and Federico Zeri.
box 50, folder 4-6

1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 items (ca. 146 leaves), including 2 photographs, ca. 10 leaves of notes, and correspondence with Art Quarterly, Central Picture Galleries (Jan Klein), Columbia University, Columbia University Press, Detroit Institute of Arts (Willis F. Woods), Galerie Sanct Lucas (Robert Herzig), Elizabeth Gardner ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Pál Kelemen, M. Knoedler & Co., Karl Lilienfeld (Van Diemen-Lilienfeld Galleries), Edward R. Lubin, Inc., Umberto Carlo Melina, Erwin Mitsch (Albertina), Morini Company (Franki H. Morini, art dealer), Adalbert Nemere, Paidon Press Ltd, James Post, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (Robert O. Parks), Theodore Rousseau ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), The Royal Market Place (Frank Taggart), Mira Salomon, Schaffer Galleries, and Martin Weinberger (letter to Lubin from 13 Feb. 1964).
box 50, folder 7-8

1966

Scope and Content Note

ca. 83 items (ca. 104 leaves), including 5 leaves of notes, and correspondence with B. Abraham, Berliner Galleries (J. S. Berliner), Alfred Brod Gallery, Columbia University Press, Robert D. Dunbar, Michael Hall Fine Arts, Heim Tableaux de Maîtres (François Heim), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Robert Herzig (Galerie Sanct Lucas), Curtis J. Hoxter, Galerie Lasson (Zola Lasson), Venancio López de Ceballos y de Ulloa, Edward R. Lubin, Frits Lugt (Institut Néerlandais), Marlborough-Gerson Gallery Inc. (Gilbert Lloyd), Marqués de Castronuevo, Kurt Meissner (Galerie Meissner, Zurich), Erwin Mitsch (Albertina), Konrad [Oberhuber?], E. Pincus, Schwarz & Schwarz Attorneys (letter to Adelberto J. Roig), Victor D. Spark, Mrs. V. Surtees, Vassar College Art Gallery (Thomas J. McCormick), and Worldwide Books, Inc. (Eva Kroy Wisbar).
box 50, folder 9-11

1967

Scope and Content Note

ca. 125 items items (ca. 168 leaves), including 1 telegram and a note, typescript (4 leaves) about paintings by Juan de Pareja, and correspondence with Art Gallery Magazine (Christian R. von Rosenvinge), Hans-Ulrich Beck, Sylvie Beguin (Musée du Louvre, Conservation), Anthony A. Benis, Mortimer Brandt,William George Constable, Oswaldo Gonzalez Rodriguez, Heim Old Masters Paintings and Sculptures (A. S. Ciechanowiecki), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Instituto Amatller de Arte Hispánico in Barcelona, J. J. Ireland, Edgar Kaufmann, David M. Koetser Gallery (David M. Koetser), Leonard Koetser, J. O. Leegenhoek, F. Lizardi, Mary Louis Academy (Sister Miriam Therese), Kurt Meissner Gemälde und Handzeichnungen [also Galerie Meissner Zürich], Mario Modestini (Materpiece Restorers, Inc.), Musée du Louvre (Madeleine Hours), Gallery of John Nicholson Limited (Peter J. Nicholson), Schaeffer Galleries, Inc. (Edward T. Nash), Seattle Art Museum, H. Shickman Gallery (Norman Leitman), United States Educational Foundation in Belgium, A. Weinmüller Münchener Kunstversteigerungshaus, and Henning Wendland. Also present is copy of a letter to René Taylor from Hanns Swarzenski at Museum of Fine Arts in Boston .
box 51

1968-1976

box 51, folder 1-3

1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 104 items (ca. 123 leaves), including 1 telegram, 1 press clipping, ca. 5 leaves of notes, and correspondence with Art Gallery Magazine (Christian R. von Rosenvinge), Central Picture Galleries (Jan Klein), Carlos Conde III, Ephron Gallery (Walter Ephron), Nina Gregori, Michael Hall Fine Arts, Inc., Heim Gallery (A. S. Ciechanowiecki), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Horizon (Jay Jacobs), J. O. Leegenhoek, Adelaide Lugo S., Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Denis Mahon, Kurt Meissner (Galerie Meissner Zürich), Musée Fabre (Jean Lapeyre), Musée du Louvre, Conservation (Pierre Rosenberg), Dr. [?] Rothmann, Pan American Union, Ernest de Popper, and Ellis Kirkham Waterhouse. Also present is a biographical note about Robert W. Vonnoh.
box 51, folder 4

1969

Scope and Content Note

ca. 17 items, including correspondence with Eisemann & Co. (with 3 color photographs), Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), Peter J. Nicholson (Gallery of John Nicholson Ltd.), and Daniel Robbins (Museum, Rhode Island School of Design).
box 51, folder 5

1970

Scope and Content Note

37 items, including 6 leaves of notes and correspondence with Jacques de Caro (University of California, Berkeley), Centre national de recherches "Primitifs flamands", Hartnoll & Eyre Ltd., Heim Gallery (A. S. Ciechanowiecki), Hans Herbst, Konrad Oberhuber (Graphische Sammlung Albertina), Seattle Art Museum, and Specner A. Samuels & Company, Ltd. Letters from Jacques de Caro include a color slide and 2 photographs.
box 51, folder 6

1971

Scope and Content Note

ca. 40 items (ca. 57 leaves), including 2 telegrams and correspondence with Hans Herbst (Dorotheum), the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, S. Nystad, Porto Rico Iron Works, Inc., Anne Poulet ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), and Michael Ward (1 letter and 2 color photographs). Also present is a business card of the art dealer Czeslaw Bednarczyk in Vienna.
box 51, folder 7

1972

Scope and Content Note

34 items (42 leaves), including correspondence with J. K. Baker (Union Carbide Co.), Egbert Haverkamp Begemann, Frick Collection (Edgar Munhall), Duncan T. Kinkead, Musée du Louvre Conservation (Pierre Rosenberg), and Parke-Bernet Galleries (Nicholas Ward-Jackson).
box 51, folder 8

1973

Scope and Content Note

24 items (33 leaves), including 1 photograph and correspondence with Christie's in London, Columbia University Press, Hans Herbst, Gabrielle Kopelman, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
box 51, folder 9

1974

Scope and Content Note

ca. 43 items (ca. 73 leaves), including correspondence with James Carder (University of Pittsburgh), Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, Frick Collection, Manuel González (Mardid), Mina Gregori, Heim Gallery (A. S. Ciechanowiecki), Hans Herbst, Julius Kaplan (UC Santa Barbara), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Danny Robbens?), The New York Times, Olga Raggio ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), and Jacques Seligmann & Co. (Germain Seligman).
box 51, folder 10

1975

Scope and Content Note

ca. 23 items (31 leaves), including correspondence with Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, Werner Hoffman (Hamburger Kunsthalle), de Menil Collection (Rachel Berry), Meriden Gravure Company (John Peckham), Musée du Louvre Conservation (Pierre Rosenberg), Review de l'art (Pierre Arizzoli Clementel), and Robert Rosenblum (NYU).
box 51, folder 11

1976

Scope and Content Note

ca. 19 items (30 leaves), including 1 photograph and correspondence with Central Picture Galleries (Jan Klein), CGP [Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works] in Cooperstown, Pierre Arizzoli Clémentel (Direction des musées de France), Anton J. Konrad (art conservator), Meriden Gravure Company (John F. Peckham), Musée du Louvre Conservation (Pierre Rosenberg), Pyramid Galleries Ltd., and Yale University Art Gallery (James D. Burke).
box 52

1977-1993

box 52, folder 1

1977

Scope and Content Note

18 items (ca. 36 leaves), including correspondence with Art Gallery of Ontario [Toronto] (Richard J.Wattenmaker ), Marie-Nicole Boisclair (Université Laval), Brimo de Laroussilhe Antiquités, Anton J. Konrad (art conservator), The Meriden Gravure Company, Musée de beaux-arts Quebec (Anne S. Fenhaygen), Nigel R. J. Pocock, Princeton University Art Museum (Peter C. Burnell), and Alfred G. Schumacher.
box 52, folder 2

1978

Scope and Content Note

6 items (13 leaves), including photocopies of printed matter.
box 52, folder 3

1979

Scope and Content Note

5 items (7 leaves), including correspondence with Instituto Técnico de Expertixación y Restauración [Madrid],Shickman Galleries (Herman Shickman), and Rene Taylor.
box 52, folder 4

1980

Scope and Content Note

7 items (8 leaves), including correspondence with Meriden Garvure Company (John F. Peckham).
box 52, folder 5

Correspondence, 1981

Scope and Content Note

9 items (11 leaves).
box 52, folder 6

1982

Scope and Content Note

10 items, including 1 letter to Held from Rene Taylor, and 1 leaf of notes.
box 52, folder 7

1983

Scope and Content Note

21 items (38 leaves), including 6 leaves of notes and correspondence with Amigos del Museo de Ponce, Inc. (Carlos E. Chardon), Jan Bialostocki (Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie), Richard J. Collins (Richard J. Collins Inc.), Maurizio Marini, Meriden Gravure Company (William Glick), and Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie (C. J. A. Wansink).
box 52, folder 8

1984

Scope and Content Note

ca. 32 items (42 leaves), including notes, printed and illustrated matter and correspondence with Walter Liedtke and Keith R. Christiansen ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Anne Pingeot (conservator at Musée d'Orsay), and Walter Trillmich (Deutsches Archaeologisches Institut, Madrid). Also present is a typescript (4 leaves ) outline for training painting conservation technicians at Ponce Art Museum.
box 52, folder 9

1985

Scope and Content Note

ca. 15 items (25 leaves), including correspondence with Matías Díaz Padrón (conservator at Museo del Prado), and Walter Trillmich (Deutsches Archaeologisches Institut, Madrid).
box 52, folder 10

1986

Scope and Content Note

ca. 22 items (28 leaves), including correspondence with Ted [Theodore S. Amussen?] at Dept. of Art History at Columbia University, Smithsonian Institution (Tom L. Freudenheim), and Walter L. Strauss ( The Illustrated Bartsch ; Abaris Books, Inc.),
box 52, folder 11

1987

Scope and Content Note

ca. 9 items (13 leaves), including correspondence with Marimar [?], and Alan D. Ullberg.
box 52, folder 12

Correspondence, 1988

Scope and Content Note

ca. 13 items (ca. 28 leaves), including notes, 2 invoices, illustrated matter.
box 52, folder 13

1989

Scope and Content Note

ca. 26 items (33 leaves), including 1 photograph and ca. 9 leaves of notes and printed matter.
box 52, folder 14

1990

Scope and Content Note

11 items (13 leaves), including a letter to Rene Taylor from University of Nebraska Lincoln, a circular letter from Association of Art Museum Directors (John Walsh and Mimi Gaudieri), and correspondence with Sotheby's New York, Rene Taylor, and H. Barbara Weinberg.
box 52, folder 15

1991

Scope and Content Note

11 items (17 leaves), including correspondence with Walter Liedtke ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), National Maritime Museum (Richard Ormond), Patricia Rose (The Florida State University, Tallahassee), and Yolanda Rullán.
box 52, folder 16

1992

Scope and Content Note

9 items, including a note, and April-May 1992 issue of Trazos.
box 52, folder 17

1993

Scope and Content Note

ca. 18 items (58 leaves), including typescript (32 leaves) titled Proposal for the sale of old master paintings and nineteenth century paintings from the collection of the Museo de Arte de Ponce, September 17, 1993 ; 2 leaves of typescript titled The problem of the library; a painting examination report for The port of Delft by Daniel Vosmaer. Also present are 2 letters from Walter Liedtke ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY) to the Ponce Art Museum, one with enclosed price list, inventory of artwork at Ponce Museum, and copy of a letter from Marion Spewer [?] to Rene Taylor.
box 53

1994-1999

box 53, folder 1

1994

Scope and Content Note

25 items, including April-May 1994 issue of Trazos, typescript (2 leaves) title Welcome to the museum in Ponce, and letters to Ponce Art Museum from Walter Liedtke ( Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY) and Sir Philip Dowson, president of the Royal Academy of Arts.
box 53, folder 2

1995

Scope and Content Note

ca. 28 items (ca. 40 leaves), including Feb.-March issue of Trazos, photocopies of printed and illustrated matter, and correspondence with Christie's New York, Philippe de Montebello (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Norton Museum of Art, and U.S. Air (Frank Salzzomi, President).
box 53, folder 3

1996

Scope and Content Note

ca. 60 items (ca. 76 leaves), including travel receipts and expense reports, 2 photographs, (1 in color), and correspondence with Eric Domela Niewenhuis (Rijks Universiteit Leiden), Betty Elzea, Hamish Dewar (art conservator), Michiel Kersten (Gemeente Musea Delft), National Museum of Women in the Arts, Otto Naumann, Ltd., Earl A. Powoll III (National Gallery of Art), Marcel Roethlisberger (Université de Genève), Thomas Rusche, Schweitzer Gallery, Inc., Sotheby's New York, and Albert Wagner (National Gallery of Art). Also present is an invitation to a birthday party for Rene Taylor, and photocopy of Sonja Klee's master's thesis Charles-François Daubigny (1817-1878): die Mondscheinlandschaften (University Bonn).
box 53, folder 4

1997

Scope and Content Note

ca. 55 items (ca. 88 leaves), including 4 photographs (2 in color, snapshots), and correspondence with William B. Jordan, Rosario Ferré, Louis Peter Grijp, Leon Krempel, and Marcel Roetlisberger. Also present is a typescript (3 leaves) by Roetlisberger about the painting Saint Francis and Saint Catherine holding a painting of the Madonna and Child by Cornelis Schut and Frans Ykens; and correspondence with Otto Naumann, Ltd. concerning the painting The Crucifixion by Francisco de Zurbarán.
box 53, folder 5

1998

Scope and Content Note

ca. 25 items (35 leaves), including 5 photographs (one in color), illustrated matter, and correspondence with Derek Johns (Derek Johns Ltd.), and Marcel Roetlisberger (University of Geneva).
box 53, folder 6

1999

Scope and Content Note

ca. 26 items (33 leaves), including 1 press clipping, 1 photograph, typescript (2 leaves) on Rombout van Troyen, a travel bill, and correspondence with Anna Held Audette, Marcel Roetlisberger and Margaret H. Smith. [The press clipping is shelved in Box 146*, F. 1.]
 

Series VII.B. Held's correspondence with Rene Taylor, 1963-1996

Physical Description: 0.48 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Held's correspondence with the director emeritus of Ponce Art Museum, Rene Taylor, with occasional correspondence with Luis A. Ferré, various art dealers, collectors, conservators, museum curators, and scholars. Arranged chronologically.
box 54

1963-1996

box 54, folder 1

1963

Scope and Content Note

17 items (25 leaves): 12 letters to Held, 5 letters from Held, and draft for a telegram.
box 54, folder 2

1964

Scope and Content Note

18 items (29 leaves): 12 letters to Held, 5 letters from Held, 1 illustration (clipping), and copy of a letter to Taylor from John J. Cunningham. Also included is a typescript (5 leaves) of Held's speech at the groundbreaking of the new structure for the Ponce Art Museum.
box 54, folder 3

1965

Scope and Content Note

ca. 50 items (ca. 70 leaves): 27 letters to Held, 18 letters from Held, including 1 to Miss Harkness, a letter to Taylor from Galerie Sanct Lucas (Robert Herzig), and copy of a letter from J. H. Cooke & Sons (art conservators) to Leger Galleries in London.
box 54, folder 4

1966

Scope and Content Note

28 items (35 leaves): 15 letters to Held, 7 letters from Held, and correspondence with Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München, Paul J. Gillette (editor of Psychology), Ernest A. Koelliker, Eva Kroy Wisbar, Jan Walgrave, and Wittenborn and Company.
box 54, folder 5

1967

Scope and Content Note

11 items (14 leaves): 7 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and correspondence with Dennis R. Reid (National Gallery of Canada), and Hanns Swarzenski (Museum of Fine Arts Boston).
box 54, folder 6

1968

Scope and Content Note

20 items (31 leaves): 12 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and correspondence with American Federation of Arts (Konrad G. Kuchel), Erik Lervold Gómez, Horizon (Jay Jacobs), Instituto "Diego Velazquez" (Alfonso E. Pérez Sánchez), David McKibbin (Library of the Boston Athenaeum), and William S. Lieberman (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY).
box 54, folder 7

1969

Scope and Content Note

7 items (11 leaves): 6 letters to Held, and copy of a letter to Taylor from Art Dealers Association of America, Inc. (Gilbert S. Edelson).
box 54, folder 8

1970

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Held (4 leaves).
box 54, folder 9

1971

Scope and Content Note

12 items (15 leaves): 8 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, 1 note, and 1 photograph.
box 54, folder 10

1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 54, folder 11

1973

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 3 letters to Held, copy of a letter to Taylor from William P. Campbell, and 2 photographs.
box 54, folder 12

1974

Scope and Content Note

ca. 4 items (7 leaves): 2 letters to Held, 1 note, and copy of Held's typescript (3 leaves) draft regarding Ponce Art Museum Board of Trustees.
box 54, folder 13

1975

Scope and Content Note

ca. 13 items (19 leaves): 7 letters to Held, including 1 from Luis A. Ferré, 2 letters to Taylor from François Heim (with 6 leaves of illustrated matter), 2 letters from Held, and a note regarding Federico Zeri's remarks on the Ponce Art Museum.
box 54, folder 14

1976

Scope and Content Note

11 items (13 leaves): 7 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and Taylor's correspondence with magazine The Art Gallery (William C. Bendig).
box 54, folder 15

1977

Scope and Content Note

3 items (4 leaves): 2 letters to Held from Taylor, and Held's letter to Ferré.
box 54, folder 16

1980

Scope and Content Note

9 items (11 items): 7 letters to Held from Taylor, and 2 letters from Held to Ferré.
box 54, folder 17

1981

Scope and Content Note

7 items (10 leaves): 3 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, including 1 to Ferré, 1 leaf of illustrated matter (clippig), and a letter to Taylor from Meriden Gravure Company (William J. Glick).
box 54, folder 18

1982

Scope and Content Note

ca. 17 items (30 leaves): 10 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, and correspondence with Winterthur Museum (Joyce Hill Stoner), and Stanley Moss & Company, Inc. Also present are two Ponce Art Museum memorandums, and a curriculum vitae of Edeltraud F. Bronold.
box 54, folder 19

1983

Scope and Content Note

ca. 16 items (19 leaves): 12 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, including correspondence with Ferré, and a billing statement from Meriden-Stinehour Incorporated, annotated by Taylor. Also present is copy of a letter from Richard J. Collins to Carlos Conde.
box 54, folder 20

1984

Scope and Content Note

6 items (10 leaves): 2 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, and a note.
box 54, folder 21

1985

Scope and Content Note

11 items (24 leaves): 5 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, Held's letter to Ferré, a letter signed by the Board of Directors of the Ponce Art Museum, and a letter from Taylor to Ferré.
box 54, folder 22

1986

Scope and Content Note

6 items (8 leaves): 4 letters to Held, and letters to Taylor from Marcel Roetlisberger (Université de Genève) and George Keyes (Minneapolis Institute of Arts).
box 54, folder 23

1989

Scope and Content Note

9 items: 5 letters to Held, Held's letter to Ferré, 1 typescript note, and 2 color photographs (snapshots).
box 54, folder 24

1990

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 54, folder 25

1994

Scope and Content Note

4 items (6 leaves): 3 letters to Held, and copy of a letter to Taylor from Walter Liedtke (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY).
box 54, folder 26

1995

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 54, folder 27

1996

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter and 1 telegram from Held, and copy of a letter to Taylor from Marcel Roetlisberger (Université de Genève).
 

Series VII.C. Papers about Ponce Art Museum, 1960, undated

Physical Description: 0.48 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

This subseries consists of items regarding Ponce Art Museum's acquisitions activities, Luis A. Ferré, social events and conferences, and the new building designed by Edward Durell Stone. Present are publications about the museum, numerous press clippings and other printed matter, also photographs of museum's galleries and building. A separate group details the museum accreditation process. 2 items related to the accreditation process were moved to Box 161, F. 5.
Also included are Held's business papers (ca. 15 items) and numerous handwritten notes which provide insight into his advisory role in museum's acquisitions activities. Several offprints concern paintings by Francisco Zurbarán.
box 55

Papers about Ponce Art Museum, 1960-1996, undated

box 55, folder 1

Accreditation of Ponce Art Museum, 1960-1985, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 items (total of 86 leaves) related to the process of accreditation of Ponce Art Museum: correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, memorandums, an NEA [National Endowment for the Arts] grant application, drafts of bylaws, and reports.
box 55, folder 2

Accreditation of Ponce Art Museum, 1995

Scope and Content Note

3 items (56 leaves): document titled Museo de Arte de Ponce, self study for the American Association of Museums, July 5, 1995 , typescript (54 leaves); and related correspondence: letter to Held from Ponce Art Museum director Carmen T. Ruíz-Fischler, and Ruíz-Fischler's letter to American Association of Museums.
box 55, folder 3

Museum galleries: floor plans and photographs, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 groups of items: floor plans of galleries with titles of artworks, annotated by Held, (typescript (17 leaves); and 52 color snapshots with labels corresponding to floor plans. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 4]
box 55, folder 4

Photographs of Ponce Art Museum, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 items: 7 press clippings and illustrated matter (9 leaves), and 9 photographs, including 8 of the new museum building designed by Edward Durell Stone: 4 exterior views of the building and 4 interior views of galleries. Also present is a photograph of the millionth visitor to the Ponce Art Museum. [Press clippings and printed matter, and 3 photographs of museum's interior are shelved in Box 146*, F. 2-3.]
box 55, folder 5

Held's business papers, 1960-1996, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 15 items (20 leaves): itemized lists of Held's commissions and fees for 1960-1968, a list of recipients of museum catalog, two1974 billing statements for restoration work by Ingrid-Märta Held, and Held's travel expenses of March 18 1996. Also present is typescript annotated draft of Held's speech at the opening of Ponce Art Museum (2 leaves).
box 55, folder 6

Press clippings, printed and illustrated matter, 1960-1997, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 82 items (ca. 140 leaves) concerning the museum and the artworks.
box 55, folder 7

Notes on artworks, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 60 leaves of mainly handwritten notes.
box 55, folder 8

Papers about paintings by Francisco Zurbarán, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 11 offprints (ca. 40 leaves): mostly photocopies of pages from books and art journals, mainly concerning Zurbarán's painting Holy House of Nazareth .
box 55, folder 9

Publications on artwork at Ponce Art Museum, 1974-1984

Scope and Content Note

1 offprint:
 

Trimmlich, Walter. Beobachtungen am Bildnis der Agrippina Maior oder: Probleme und Grenzen der 'Typologie'. ; Sonderdruck aus den Madrider Mittleilungen 25, 1984. Mainz : Philipp von Zabern, 1984

 

Series VII.D. Photographs of collections groups, undated

Physical Description: 3 box(es) 1.25 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries consists of ca. 700 study photographs of paintings and sculptures in the collection of Ponce Art Museum. A small number of photographs show artworks held by other institutions or artworks deaccessioned from the collection of Ponce Art Museum. Notes and stamps on verso provide information regarding attribution, provenance, conservation work, and photographer. Occasionally included are bibliographical references, and Ponce Art Museum inventory numbers. Some photographs are extensively annotated by Held on verso. Some are marked for cropping. Frequently, multiple photographs of an artwork are present. Arranged alphabetically by national school and artists' name. Paintings are followed by drawings (1 postcard), and sculptures. Unidentified items are filed at end of each group.
box 56

American school - French school, undated

box 56, folder 1

Paintings, American school: Avery - Lawson, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs. Milton Avery, William Merritt Chase, Frederick E. Church, John J. Enneking, George Innes, John Lavalle, Ernest Lawson.
box 56, folder 2

Paintings, American school: Russell - West, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs: Walter Russell, John Singer Sargent, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Charles Frederick Ulrich, Robert William Vonnoh, Benjamin West.
box 56, folder 3

Paintings, British school: Beechey - Constable, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs: William Beechey, Richard Parkes Bonington, Edward Coley Burne-Jones, John Constable.
box 56, folder 4

Paintings, British school: Etty - Hunt, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs: William Etty, Edward William Frost, Thomas Gainsborough, George Harcourt, William Holman Hunt.
box 56, folder 5

Paintings, British school: Kettle - Roberts, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs: Tilly Kettle, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Lord Frederick Leighton, John Linnell, Arthur Nowell, Matthew William Peters, Sir Henry Raeburn, Sir Joshua Reynolds, David Roberts.
box 56, folder 6

Paintings, British school: Romney - Weguelin, and unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs: George Romney, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frederick Sandys, Thomas Seddon, William Clarkson Stanfield, JamesWard, John Reinhard Weguelin, and 1 photograph of a landscape by an unidentified artist.
box 56, folder 7

Painting: Byzantine, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs.
box 56, folder 8

Painting, Dutch school: Aertsen - Duck, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs: Pieter Aertsen, Ludolph Backhuysen, Abraham Bloemaert, Ferdinand Bol, Jan Both, Salomon de Bray, Gerard van Bronckhorst, Jan van Bylert, Pieter Claesz [?], Cornelis Cornelisz. van Haarlem, Cornelis Cruys, Dirck van Delen, and Jacob Duck.
box 56, folder 9

Painting, Dutch school: Dujardin - Koninck, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs: Karel Dujardin, Allaert van Everdingen, Johannes Fabritius, Govert Flinck, Jan Josephsz. van Goyen, Bartholomeus van der Helst, Josef Israels, Abraham van Kalraet, and Salomon Koninck.
box 56, folder 10

Painting, Dutch school: de Lairesse - van Ruisdael, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 photographs: Gerard de Lairesse, Lucas van Leyden, Nicholas Maes, Barent van der Meer, Hendrik Willem Mesdag, Jan Miense Molenaer, Paulus Moreelse, Pieter de Neyn, Adriaen van Ostatde, Pieter Gerritsz van Roestraeten, Jacob Isaacksz. van Ruisdael, and Salomon van Ruysdael. [For large photograph of painting by Mesdag see Box 146*, F. 4.]
box 56, folder 11

Painting, Dutch school: Striep - Vosmaer, undated

Scope and Content Note

30 photographs, including 8 in color, and 1 negative. Christian Jansz. Striep, Lambert Sustris (incl. copy after Titian), Hendrick Terbrugghen, Rombout van Troyen, Pieter Verelst, Hendrik Cornelisz. van Vliet, Cornelis van der Voort, and Daniel Vosmaer. The 8 color photographs are of painting The port of Delft by Daniel Vosmaer. The negative is of Lambert Sustris' Susanna and the Elders . [For color photographs and the negative see box Box 161, 6.] Also included is a catalog entry [typescript, 2 leaves] for Rombout van Troyen's painting Sacrifice of Polyxena in front of the burning Troy.
box 56, folder 12

Painting, Dutch school: van Walscapelle - Wtewael and unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 items: Jacob van Walscapelle, Jan Baptist Weenix the Elder, Adriaen van der Werff, Isaac Willaerts, Jan Woutersz., Joachim Antonisz. Wtewael, and portrait of a women by an unknown artist.
box 56, folder 13

Painting, Flemish school: Bril - Jordaens, undated

Scope and Content Note

29 photographs: Paul Bril, Hendrick de Clerck, Joos van Cleve, Anthony van Dyck, Frans Floris, Hugo van der Goes, Abraham Janssens van Nuyssen, and Jacob Jordaens. [For the photograph of painting by van Dyck see Box 146*, F.5.]
box 56, folder 14

Painting, Flemish school: Key - van Roymerswaele, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs. Adriaen Thomasz. Key, Andries Cornelis Lens, Bonaventura Peeters the Elder, Theodore Rombouts, Martinus van Roymerswaele.
box 56, folder 15

Painting, Flemish school: Rubens - Teniers and unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

7 photographs and 1 photographic postcard. Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Snyders, David Teniers the Younger, and 1 photograph of an unidentified detail.
box 56, folder 16

Painting, French school: Berthelemy - Bouguereau, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 photographs and 1 printed illustration of a drawing by Pierre-Charles Trémolières. Jean Simon Berthelemy, Charles Bigee, Trophime Bigot, Louis Boilly, and William-Adolphe Bouguereau. Photograph of painting by Boilly is a negative print.
box 56, folder 17

Painting, French school: Cazin - Doré, undated

Scope and Content Note

31 photographs. Jean Charles Cazin, Philippe de Champaigne, Jean Baptiste Charpentier the Elder, Félix Chrétien, Gustave Courbet, Antoine Coypel, Charles-François Daubigny, Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps, Jean-François Delyen, Narcise-Virgile Diaz de la Peña, Gustave Doré.
box 56, folder 18

Painting, French school: Dughet - de La Hyre, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 photographs. Gaspard Dughet called Poussin, Pierre-Louis Dumenil le Jeune, Jean Fouquet, Jean Léon Gérôme, Marie-François-Firmin Girard, Anne-Louis Girodet-Troison, Henri Joseph Harpignies, Jean Jacques Henner, Jean-Baptiste Huet the Elder, Emile Charles Jacque, Louis-Jean François Lagrenée [with a note], and Laurent de La Hyre.
box 56, folder 19

Painting, French school: Langlois - Nattier, undated

Scope and Content Note

29 photographs and 1 color transparency. Jerome Martin Langlois, Nicolas de Largillierre, Henri Lebasque, Charles Le Brun, Nicolas Bernard Lepicie, Claude Lorrain, Charles Mellin [also attributed to Lafranco and Vouet], Jean François Millet, Gustave Moreau, Charles Joseph Natoire [?], and Jean Marc Nattier. [1 photograph of Natoire's painting is shelved in Box 146*, F.6.] Color transparency of Largillierr's portrait of Marquise de la Roche Boussau , and 3 color photographs of Lorrain's View of a port are shelved in Box 161, 7.]
box 56, folder 20

Painting, French school: Petit - de Troy, undated

Scope and Content Note

21 photographs. Eugene Petit, Pierre Paul Prud'hon, Jean Regnault, Henri François Riesener, Etienne Pierre Theodore Rousseau, Pierer Subleyras, James Jacques Joseph Tissot, Jean François de Troy.
box 56, folder 21

Painting, French school: Vernet - Ziem, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 photographs. Claude Joseph Vernet, Joseph Marie Vien, Elisabeth-Louise Vigee-Le Brun, Claude Vignon the Elder, François André Vincent, and Felix Ziem.
box 57

German school - Italian school, undated

box 57, folder 1

Painting, German school (including Austrian and Swiss): Cranach - Rottenhammer, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 photographs. Lucas Cranach the Elder, Albrecht Dürer (school of), Angelica Kauffmann, Master "M.S." (Danube School), Anton Raphael Mengs (portrait of infant was originally filed by Held with Spanish school), Johann Georg Platzer, and Hans Rottenhammer. [For 2 photographs of painting Judith with the head of Holofernes by Lucas Cranach the Elder see Box 146*, F. 7.]
box 57, folder 2

Painting, Italian school: Amigoni - Badalocchio, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs: Jacopo Amigoni, Filippo d'Angeli, Sofonisba Anguisciola, Antonio Veneziano, and Sisto Badalocchio.
box 57, folder 3

Painting, Italian school: Baschenis - Batoni, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs: Evaristo Baschenis, Jacopo Bassano, Leandro Bassano, and Pompeo Girolamo Batoni. [For large print of Baschenis' painting An assortment of musical instruments see Box 146*, F. 8.]
box 57, folder 4

Painting, Italian school: Biagio d'Antonio da Firenze - Carlo Bononi, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs: Biagio d'Antonio da Firenze, Pietro Bianchi, Giovanni del Biondo, Giovanni Boccati da Camerico, and Carlo Bononi.
box 57, folder 5

Painting, Italian school: Brandi - Casanova, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs: Giacinto Brandi, Agnolo Bronzino, Guido Cagnacci, and Francesco Giuseppe Casanova.
box 57, folder 6

Painting, Italian school: Caracciolo - di Chirico, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs: Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Giuseppe Chiari, and Giacomo di Chirico.
box 57, folder 7

Painting, Italian school: Cigoli - Cipper, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 photographs: Ludovico Cigoli (Lodovico Cardi), Jacopo di Cione, and Giacomo Francesco Cipper. [For large print of Cipper's Self portrait see Box 146*, F. 9.]
box 57, folder 8

Painting, Italian school: Conca - Duccio, follower of, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter: Sebastiano Conca, Placido Costanzi, Francesco Curradi, Cesare Dandini, Carlo Dolci, and Duccio, follower of. [For large print of painting by a follower of Duccio see Box 146*, F. 10.]
box 57, folder 9

Painting, Italian school: Fontebasso - Furini, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Francesco Fontebasso, Giovanni Battista Franco, and Francesco Furini.
box 57, folder 10

Painting, Italian school: Gaulli - Gimignani, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs. Giovanni Battista Gaulli, Francesco Giovanni Gessi, Giampietrino, Corrado Giaquinto, and Giacinto Gimignani.
box 57, folder 11

Painting, Italian school: Luca di Tommé - Giovenone, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Luca di Tommé, Luca Giordano, Giovanni da Milano, and Gerolamo Giovenone. [For large prints of Luca Gordano's paintings St. Luke painting the Virgin and Death of Seneca see Box 146*, F.11.]
box 57, folder 12

Painting, Italian school: Grammatica - Guarino, undated

Scope and Content Note

7 photographs: Antiveduto Grammatica, Francesco Granacci, Ercole Graziani the Younger, Francesco Guarino.
box 57, folder 13

Painting, Italian school: Guercino - Italian school 18th cent., undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs. Guercino, 1 painting by unidentified artist of 17th century French or Italian school, 1 painting by an unidentified 17th century artist of Florentine school (Onorio Marinari?), 1 painting by an unidentified 17th century artist of North Italian school, 2 paintings by an unidentified 18th century artist, and painting Still life with onions attributed to several artists, including Bartolomeo Bimbi, or Giuseppe Maria Crespi.
box 57, folder 14

Painting, Italian school: Langetti - Master of the Petricaja Triptych, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Giovanni Battista Langetti, Filippino Lippi, Alessandro Magnasco, and Master of the Petricaja Triptych.
box 57, folder 15

Painting, Italian school: Matteis - Francesco de Mura, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 photographs. Paolo de Matteis, Ludovico Mazzolino, Monsu Desiderio, Morazzone (Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli), and Francesco de Mura.
box 57, folder 16

Painting, Italian school: Neri di Bicci - Nuvolone, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Neri di Bicci, Pietro Novelli, and Carlo Francesco Nuvolone.
box 57, folder 17

Painting, Italian school: Pacino di Bonaguida - Simone Pignone, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs ans 1 color transparency. Pacino di Bonaguida, Pietro Paolini, Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini, and Simone Pignone. [Color transparency of Pignone's St. Praxedis is shelved in Box 161, F. 8].
box 57, folder 18

Painting, Italian school: Reni - Rosa, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs. Guido Reni, Sebastiano Ricci, Giovanni Francesco Romanelli, Francesco de Rosa.
box 57, folder 19

Painting, Italian school: Rosa - Sirani, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs. Salvator Rosa, Sassoferrato (Giovanni Battista Salvi), Paolo Schiavo, Sebastiano del Piombo, Sienese school 14th cent., and Elisabetta Sirani.
box 57, folder 20

Painting, Italian school: Solimena - Pietro della Vecchia, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs. Francesco Solimena, Giovanni Sorbi, Bernardo Strozzi, Gaspare Traversi, and Pietro della Vecchia (Pietro Muttoni).
box 58

Puertorican School - Sculpture,

box 58, folder 1

Painting, Puertorican: Anonymous - Solana, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs, 1 negative, and 1 leaf with illustrations of two paintings by anonymous artists of South American school: The Virgin of Candlemas (ca. 1700) and The Christ Child with the crown of thorns (18th cent.). Alfonso Arama, Jose Campeche, Francisco Oller y Cestero, and José Gutierrez Solana. [For negative of Campeche's painting La Virgen del Carmen see Box 161, F. 9.]
box 58, folder 2

Painting, Spanish school: Antolínez y Sarabia - Camilo, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs. Francesco Antolínez y Sarabia, Bartolomé Bermejo (de Cardenas), and Francisco Camilo.
box 58, folder 3

Painting, Spanish school: Coello - Egusquiza, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photograps, and 1 note. Claudio Coello, Juan Correa de Vivar, Gonzalo Diaz (with Nicolas Carlos), and Rogello Egusquiza.
box 58, folder 4

Painting, Spanish school: de Leon y Escosura - Lucas y Velazquez, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs. Ignacio de Leon y Escosura, Sebastian Llanos y Valdes, and Eugenio Lucas y Velazquez.
box 58, folder 5

Painting, Spanish school: Machuca - del Mazo, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs. Pedro Machuca, Raimundo Madrazo y Kuntz, and Juan Bautista Martinez del Mazo.
box 58, folder 6

Painting, Spanish school: Meifren y Roig - Murillo, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs and 1 negative. Eliseo Meifren y Roig, and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. [The negative of Murillo's painting Immaculate Conception of the Mirror is shelved in Box 161, F. 10.]
box 58, folder 7

Painting, Spanish school: de Pereda y Salgado - Ruis Gonzalez, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs. Antonio de Pereda y Salgado, Jusepe de Ribera, Pedro Ruis Gonzalez.
box 58, folder 8

Painting, Spanish school: Sanchez-Perrier - Vazquez, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs. Emilio Sanchez-Perrier, Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, and Alonso Vazquez.
box 58, folder 9

Painting, Spanish school: Velazquez - Villegas, undated

Scope and Content Note

7 photographs. Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez and José Villegas.
box 58, folder 10

Painting, Spanish school: Zuolaga y Zabaleta - de Zurbarán, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs. Ignacio Zuolaga y Zabaleta, and Francisco de Zurbarán.
box 58, folder 11

Painting, Spanish school: unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 photographs.
box 58, folder 12

Painting, other schools, and unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs. Jaroslav Czermak (Bohemian school), Konstantin Jergorovitch Makovskii (Russian school), and an unidentified painting of the Last Supper .
box 58, folder 13

Drawings: Oskar Klein, 1962

Scope and Content Note

1 postcard.
box 58, folder 14

Sculpture, American: Epstein - Saint Gaudens, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs. Sir Jacob Epstein, Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
box 58, folder 15

Sculpture, Austrian school, 18th century, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 4 photographs and 2 color slides. [See Box 161, F. 11 for slides.]
box 58, folder 16

Sculpture, British: Nollekens, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph. Joseph Nollekens.
box 58, folder 17

Sculpture, French: Carrier-Belleuse - French school 13th cent., undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, Charles Henri Joseph Cordier, Jerome Derbais, Leon-Ernest Drivier, Jacques Gautier, and a crucifix identified as 13th cent. French school from Limoges.
box 58, folder 18

Sculpture, German: Jorhann - Klinger, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs. Christian Jorhann the Elder [Jorhan], Max Klinger, and a bust of Saint identified as 16th cent. German school.
box 58, folder 19

Sculpture, Greek (Ancient), undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 58, folder 20

Sculpture, Italian: Credi - Roman school, 16th cent., undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Lorenzo di Credi, Giambologna, Luca della Robbia (workshop), and 16th cent. Roman school.
box 58, folder 21

Sculpture, Roman (Ancient), undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs and 1 leaf of typescript catalog record.
box 58, folder 22

Sculpture, Spanish: 17th-18th cent., undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs: 2 artworks identified as 17th c. Spanish school, and as 18th c. Cordoban school.
box 58, folder 23

Sculpture: coat of arms , undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 photograph, an ink drawing and 1 leaf of notes. A coat of arms, possibly of Manrique de Lara family.
box 58, folder 24

Sculpture: unidentified, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs.
 

Series VIII. Photographs (Artists' files), ca. 1921-1999

Physical Description: 69 box(es) 29 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series is comprised of study photographs and other visual material of artwork by Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Jacob Jordaens, Rembrandt, and numerous other artists, mainly Dutch and Flemish from the 15th to 18th centuries. Arranged by artist, subsequently by medium (i.e. drawings, oil sketches, paintings), and within each medium by topic.
The photographs are usually annotated on verso with references to auction sales, bibliographical sources, and opinions by other scholars; stamps and labels provide provenance information. Besides study photographs, frequently present is printed and illustrated matter, also color transparencies, and a few negatives, polaroids, and slides. The printed and illustrated matter is usually annotated by Held. It consists frequently of pages from various auction catalogs (Christie's or Sotheby's in most cases), offprints, postcards, plates, and some press clippings. Also included are notes and correspondence directly relating to a specific artwork or topic, concerning matters of attribution, conservation work, provenance, requests for photoreprints, or scholarly research. Included are expert opinions of other scholars (generally photocopies), mainly those of Justus Müller Hofstede, Ludwig Burchard and Michael Jaffé.
 

Series VIII.A. Peter Paul Rubens, 1923-1999

Physical Description: 12.6 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

The largest subseries, comprising ca. 9,200 items about Rubens, is subarranged into four groups: drawings, oil sketches, and paintings; followed by correspondence and notes related to Held's publications and research on Rubens.
The drawings group includes ca. 1300 items, of which ca. 1000 are photographs, subarranged into categories portraits, single studies, religious compositions, secular compositions, drawings after other artists (Northern, Spanish, and Italian), drawings after sculptures, anatomical studies, drawings for engravings and book illustrations, dubious drawings, and a small numer of unidentified items. A few photographs of Rubens's paintings after paintings by other artists were also found filed with this group. Dubious drawings comprise ca. 80 photographs, of which some are annotated with references to other artists, mainly Jacob Jordaens or Anthony van Dyck.
The oil sketches group includes ca. 3100 items, of which ca. 1500 are photographs. The topical arrangement follows Held's catalog The oil sketches of Peter Paul Rubens . Also included are photographs of oil sketches of human heads, and ca. 130 other images collected by Held as comparative material. A distinct group present ca. 140 items of questionable or rejected attribution to Rubens (Box 65). A main large portion of correspondence and notes concerning oil sketches is filed in box 64. There are also numerous small portions of correspondence and notes, filed together with items to which they directly relate.
The paintings group of ca. 3860 items, of which ca. 3000 are photographs, is divided into two categories: secular subjects (ca. 2440 items) and religious subjects (ca. 1620 items). The topical subarrangement of secular subjects includes portraits (women, men, self-portraits, and portraits of Rubens's family); landscapes; hunts (also animals); secular history; allegory; genre; and mythological themes called Venus, Graces, and Nymphs and Hercules, Diana, and Bacchic Scenes . A group named Pythagors comprises photographs, printed matter, and correspondence concerning Rubens's collaboration with Frans Snyders. Another distinct group relates to Held's research for his paper Rubens and Titian . Several groups pertain to particular themes: Satyr and Nymph , Meleager and Atalanta, Alexander and Roxana , Diana returning from the Hunt, Judgement of Paris , Leopards, Jupiter and Cupid, Portrait of Charles V, and Roman Emperors (a series). A group called Rubens school: copies, imitations, etc. comprises photographs of artworks of questionable or rejected attribution to Rubens. Miscellaneous items (secular topics) are filed in Box 80, F. 16 (ca. 20 items). Religious subjects are subarranged into followiong groups: Old Testament; New Testament; Daniel in the lions' den; Virgin, Holy Family; Christ (further subdivided into Childhood of Christ, Adult life of Christ, Crucified Christ, Passion of Christ, and Resurrection); Saints; and Angels. Three distinct groups comprise items concerning paintings The Gonzaga family in adoration of the Most Holy Trinity, and Holy women at the Sepulchre, and a group called Copies and Imitations.
The final group (Boxes 86-89) contains correspondence and notes (ca. 940 items, including ca. 500 leaves of notes) relating to Held's research and various publications on Rubens. Arranged by topic into following groups: Correspondence related to book Rubens, selected drawings ; Correspondence related to article "New oil sketches by Peter Paul Rubens" (in Burlington Magazine ); Rubens research (1990-1995); Paper on Battle of Greeks and Amazons for 1982 Rubens Symposium; Paintings by Rubens and Flemish school in the collection of Sir Joshua Reynolds (Francis Broun's dissertation); Notes on Delacroix and Rubens; Notes on De Antwerpsche "Konstkamers" by Jean Denucé; Notes and correspondence on Rubens drawings; Rubens in America correspondence; Miscellaneous correspondence (1954-1997); and notes by Held (total of ca. 380 leaves), including notes and printed matter relating to prints after Rubens by Willem Panneels.
Large photographas and illustrated matter of various artworks by Rubens are shelved in Box 165*.
38 items, including 37 color transparencies, and 1 letter to Held from Elizabeth Llewellyn were moved from Box 65 to Box 161, F. 30-31. 7 items found in Box 89 were moved to Box 150*, F. 13. 1 negative related to Rubens's Ceiling of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, was moved from Box 67 and is shelved in Box 162, F. 2. 5 items related to Rubens's Decoration of the Torre de la Parada were moved from Box 67 and are shelved in Box 162, F. 4
Ca. 18 items related to Rubens's painting Christ and St. John were moved from Box 70 and are shelved in Box 162, F. 20-26.
4 color photographs of a painting titled Tribute money were moved from Box 86 and are shelved in Box 164, F. 46.
 

Part 1

box 59-63

Drawings

box 59, folder 1

Portraits: Hélène Fourment, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 items: 10 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. [Color photograph in shelved in Box 161, F. 12.]
box 59, folder 2

Portraits: children, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 items: 17 photographs, 1 postcard, and 2 leaves of illustrated matter. Includes portrait of Ferdinando I Gonzaga, Prince of Mantua.
box 59, folder 3

Portraits: women, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 items: 13 photographs, 2 postcards, and 3 leaves of illustrated matter. Included are portraits of Susanna Fourment, and Elizabeth Brandt. Drawing titled Lady with a pearl earring includes a typescript catalog record (1 leaf) and a letter to Held from Alexander Hume.
box 59, folder 4

Portraits: women, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 7 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Included are portraits of Maria de Medici, and Marchesa Brigida Spinola Doria.
box 59, folder 5

Portraits: men, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 items: 13 photographs and 2 postcards. Included are portraits of Jan Cossiers [?], Lucas van Leyden, Thomas Howard 2nd Earl of Arundel, Hendrik van Thulden, Sir Theodore Turquet de Mayerne, an equestrian portrait of Charles V, and a selfportrait of Rubens. [1 item is shelved in Box 146*, F. 12.]
box 59, folder 6

Single studies of female figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

19 photographs.
box 59, folder 7

Single studies of male figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

28 items: 24 photographs, 5 leaves of printed and illustrated matter concerning Study for the garden of love and A young soldier with a halberd , and a catalog record for A Tartar horseman. Includes photograph of A blind man.
box 59, folder 8

Single studies of male nude figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

29 items: 27 photographs (2 in color), 2 leaves of illustrated and printed matter, and 2 letters to Held: from Ian Kenendy at Simon Dickinson Inc. and from Francis Russel at Christie's London. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 13.]
box 59, folder 9

Single studies: heads and other body parts, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 17 items: 15 photographs, 3 leaves of printed and illustrated matter, and a letter to Held from Elizabeth Llewellyn at Sotheby's London.
box 59, folder 10

Single studies: Jesuits in Chinese costume, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 21 items: 5 photographs, 1 color transparency, and 16 leaves of prined and illustrated matter. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 14.] Included are Portrait of Nicolas Trigault S.J. and two other Jesuit missionaries.
box 59, folder 11

Single studies: monks and priests, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 items: 7 photographs and a letter [to Held?] from Ludwig Burchard.
box 59, folder 12

Single studies: religious figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 photographs, including 3 in color. Saints, Christ on the cross, angel with trumpet, head of an old man (St. Paul?), and a figure from the Descent of the Damned . [Color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 15.]
box 59, folder 13

Single studies: Moses striking the rock, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 1 photograph, printed and illustrated matter, and 1 leaf of typescript (catalog record).
box 59, folder 14

Single studies: mythological and allegorical figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs: allegorical figure of Discord, an eagle, a harpy, and Silenus.
box 59, folder 15

Single studies: animals, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs. Drawings of a lion and a wild boar's head.
box 59, folder 16

Single studies: landscapes, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs, including drawings of hay wagons [hayracks], and photograph of painting Return from the fields (in an envelope annotated by Held). [See also photographs of drawings filed with Rubens's landscape paintings, Box. 74, F. 25.]
box 59, folder 17

Religious compositions: Christ, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 23 items: 19 photographs, a letter to Held from Sotheby's London, and 4 leaves of printed and illustrated matter. Included are: Baptism of Christ, Ecce Homo, Crucifixion, Descent from the Cross, Lamentation, and Christ giving the keys of heaven to Peter.
box 59, folder 18

Religious compositions: Virgin Mary, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 14 items: 13 photographs and 2 leaves of illustrated matter. Included are: Birth of the Virgin, Annunciation, Nativity, Holy Family, and Assumption.
box 59, folder 19

Religious compositions: various sketches, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 photographs.
box 59, folder 20

Religious compositions: various sketches, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 photographs.
box 59, folder 21

Religious compositions: various sketches, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 items: 15 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter.
box 59, folder 22

Religious compositions: Saints, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs, including 4 in color. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 16.]
box 59, folder 23

Religious compositions: biblical scenes, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs. Included are: Judith and Holofernes, Salome [?] , David and Goliath, Samson and Deliah [?] .
box 59, folder 24

Religious compositions: various, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 5 photographs and 1 leaf of printed matter. Includes: I nfanta Isabella with patron Saint Elisabeth , a male figure with a patron saint, Sepulcral sculpture with a half-open door, and Cartouche supported by cherubs.
box 59, folder 25

Religious compositions: related material, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 leaves of notes and 2 drawings of Saint Christophorus [skeches drawn by Held?].
box 60, folder 1

Secular compositions: battle scenes, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 items: 15 photographs and 4 leaves of illustrated matter. Includes The rape of the Sabins , drawings of male wrestling figures, Battle of the Amazons.
box 60, folder 2

Secular compositions: Hercules [Heracles], undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs. Includes Hercules stepping on Discord, Hercules and Nemean Lion, and Minerva and Hercules fighting Mars .
box 60, folder 3-4

Secular compositions: mythological scenes, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 40 items: photographs, including 5 in color, and 1 negative ( Drunken Silenus?). [Negative and color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 17.]
box 60, folder 5

Secular compositions: mythological scenes, undated

Scope and Content Note

31 items: 30 photographs, including 2 in color, and 1 leaf of printed matter. [2 color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 18.]Captions identify the drawings as: The death of Dido (3), The death of Hippolyte , Venus and Cupid, Decius Mus, Ajax and Cassandra, Neptune (5), Meleager and Atalanta , Bath of Diana, Tomyris with the head of Cyrus , Venus lamenting Adonis ( Death of Adonis , 5), Medea and her children (4), Niobe , Diana and her nymphs, A nymph asleep , and Silenus and Aegle, and other figures.
box 60, folder 6

Secular compositions: scenes and motives (not mythological?), undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs. Includes a hunting scene, a figure riding an elephant, a sketch for Roma triumphans, Return of victorious Horatius , design for decoration at Rubens's house, and drawing showing embracing couples.
box 60, folder 7

Secular compositions: Allegory of Peace, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs, including 1 in color. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 161, F. 19.]
box 60, folder 8

Secular compositions: Garden of Love, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 60, folder 9

Secular compositions: various figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs.
box 60, folder 10

Secular compositions: kermesse and paysants, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 photographs. Includes Sermon in the barn.
box 60, folder 11

Drawings after Northern artists: Holbein's Dance of death , undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 10 items: 4 photographs, 2 negatives, and printed and illustrated matter. [The negatives are shelved in Box 161, F. 20.]
box 60, folder 12

Drawings after Northern artists: Tobias Stimmer, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 3 photographs, and 3 leaves of printed and illustrated matter.
box 60, folder 13

Drawings after Northern artists: Hans Weiditz [?], undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items (7 leaves): printed and illustrated matter, and photocopy of a certificate by Ludwig Burchard. Concerning drawing Landknechts fighting around the table .
box 60, folder 14

Drawings after Northern artists: various, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 photographs.
box 60, folder 15

Drawings by Heinrich Vogtherr, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 items: 11 photographs, including 1 negative and 5 small clippings, and 1 leaf of printed matter. The photographs are of Voghtherr's woodcut images of female heads in different headdresses, and of various hand gestures.
box 60, folder 16

Filed with drawings: Rubens copy after a painting by Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs of Rubens's copy of Vermeyen's painting Portrait of Mulay Ahmed .
box 60, folder 17

Filed with drawings: Rubens paintings after various Northern artists, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 items: 8 photographs, 1 letter, and 2 leaves of illustrated matter. Includes: Judith after Lucas Cranach; Portrait of Sebastian Munster after Joos van Cleve (2); Saint Christophorus by Adam Elsheimer (a copy by Rubens?); Adam and Eve in Paradise (by Rubens?); portrait drawing of François II by Albert Clouet (copy by Rubens?); portrait painting of Paracelsus (by Rubens?); a 1952 letter to Held from Terisio Pignatti concerning Lucas van Leyden attribution of a portrait drawing (2); and painting of genealogical tree of Comtesse de Hainauit.
box 60, folder 18

Drawings after Northern artists: various, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 3 photographs and illustratration of Rubens's drawing Drunken peasants after an early 17th cent. Flemish artist. Photographs: a drawing labelled Sebald Beham?, drawing of monkeys by Hans Weiditz from Von der Artzney bayder Glück by Francesco Petrarca (1532); and a drawing of male heads after Lucas van Lyden.
box 60, folder 19-20

Drawings after Northern artists: Costume book , undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 66 items: 62 photographs, 1 photocopy of a drawing, 1 leaf of notes, a letter to Held from Richard Ettinghausen at Freeer Gallery of Art, and a list of photographs from Gernsheim Corpus Photographicum (2 leaves, carbon copy).
box 60, folder 21

Drawings after Northern artists: Jacob van Cobaert, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 2 photographs, letter to Held from L. Franklin in London (17 Feb. 1958), and a copy of a letter by L. Burchard (23 Feb. 1957). Rubens attribution questioned by Held.
box 60, folder 22

Drawings after Northern artists: Theodoor van Thulden, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs.
box 60, folder 23

Drawings after Spanish artists: Juan Fernández de Navarrete, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 photographs and a letter to Held from Sotheby Parke Bernet.
box 61, folder 1

Drawings after Italian artists: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph of Rubens's painting after Caravaggio's Entombment of Christ .
box 61, folder 2

Drawings after Italian artists: Annibale Carracci, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 leaf of illustrated matter (painting Birth of the Virgin at Louvre).
box 61, folder 3

Drawings after Italian artists: Correggio, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 61, folder 4

Drawings after Italian artists: Battista Franco, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs.
box 61, folder 5

Drawings after Italian artists: Leonardo da Vinci, 1969, 1990, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 3 photographs of Battle of the Standard, including a drawing by Gerard Edelinck (after Rubens?), letter to Held from Frank Zöllner at Bibliotheka Hertziana (1990), and Held's letter to Edward L. Holt (1969).
box 61, folder 6

Drawings after Italian artists: Pirro Ligorio, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 61, folder 7

Drawings after Italian artists: Andrea Mantegna, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs.
box 61, folder 8

Drawings after Italian artists: Michelangelo Buonarroti, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 items: 15 photographs and printed matter.
box 61, folder 9

Drawings after Italian artists: Bartolomeo Passarotti, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph ( Two studies of arms).
box 61, folder 10

Drawings after Italian artists: Giovanni Antonio Pordenone, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 61, folder 11

Drawings after Italian artists: Francesco Primaticcio, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 3 photographs and illustrated matter ( The chariot of Apollo), and notes.
box 61, folder 12

Drawings after Italian artists: Polidoro da Caravaggio, 1984, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 17 items: 5 photographs, 3 color transparecies, and printed and illustrated matter. [Color transparencies are shelved in Box 161, F. 21.] Included is letter to Held from Francis Russell at Christie's London. Concerning drawings: Soldiers destroying a bridge, Rape of Sabins, and Centaurs and women.
box 61, folder 13

Drawings after Italian artists: Marcantonio Raimondi, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 61, folder 14

Drawings after Italian artists: Raphael, 1957, 1983, 1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 items: 6 photographs, 1 color transparency, printed and illustrated matter, correspondence with Eldridge Sanders Associates, David Acton at Worcester Art Museum, and a 1957 letter to Held from Horst Vey. Concerning Rubens's drawing The council of the gods. Also included is a photograph of Raphael's portrait painting of Castiglione. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 14.]
box 61, folder 15

Drawings after Italian artists: Giulio Romano, 1970, 1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 16 items: 5 photographs, 1 color transparency, 1 color slide, printed and illustrated matter, and Held's correspondence with Brod Gallery in London, and with Arline Leven at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. Concerning Rubens's drawing The triumph of Scipio. [Color transparency and color slide are shelved in Box 161, F. 23.]
box 61, folder 16

Drawings after Italian artists: Andrea del Sarto, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph.
box 61, folder 17

Drawings after Italian artists: Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi), undated

Scope and Content Note

1 item (5 leaves of printed and illustrated matter).
box 61, folder 18

Drawings after Italian artists: Titian, 1967, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 13 items: 4 photographs, printed and illustrated matter, English translation of expertises by Ludwig Burchard, Wilhelm von Bode, text regarding provenance of Rubens's Mädchen mit Pelz (4 leaves, photocopy), and Held's correspondence with Leonard Koetser. Concerning painting Entombment by Rubens, and Rubens's drawing Studies of women .
box 61, folder 19

Drawings: unidentified items filed with Rubens's drawings after Italian artists, 1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 photographs and 7 leaves of notes, and letter to Held from Sotheby's London (dated 10 May 1991).
box 61, folder 20

Drawings after sculptures: mythological figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 items: 9 photographs, 1 leaf of illustrated matter, and letter to Held from Sotheby's London. Figures of Pan, satyrs, centaurs, and a Roman altar with sphinxes.
box 61, folder 21

Drawings after sculptures: male heads, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs of male heads looking upward.
box 61, folder 22

Drawings after sculptures: sleeping Hermaphrodite, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 photographs.
box 61, folder 23

Drawings after sculptures: river god Tiber, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 2 leaves of notes and 4 photographs (3 drawings and photograph sculpture at the Louvre).
box 61, folder 24

Drawings after sculptures: Laocoon Group, undated

Scope and Content Note

21 items: 20 photographs and 1 leaf of notes (typed).
box 61, folder 25

Drawings after sculptures: Hercules [Heracles], undated

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 7 photographs (1 sepia), and 1 leaf of notes. [Sepia photograph is shelved in Box 161, F. 24.]
box 61, folder 26

Drawings after sculptures: various Classical sculptures, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 items: 16 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter. Included drawings of Ariadne (sepia), sleeping Diana, Roman statue of a comic actor, Romulus and Remus, Flora Farnese, a man in toga, photograph labelled Studies in classical sculpture , and Ares and Aphrodite. [Sepia photograph stored in Box 161, F. 25.]
box 61, folder 27

Drawings after sculptures: male heads, undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs (1 sepia): Menander, Democritus, Aristotle, Plato, and Nero. [Sepia photograph stored in Box 161, F. 26.]
box 61, folder 28

Drawings after sculptures: eagle, 1974-1978, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 items: 3 photographs, 1 leaf of illustrated matter, Held's correspondence with St. Louis Art Museum, letter from Michael Jaffé to Emile E. Wolf at Fitzwilliam Museum, and Held's letter to Andrew Robison at National Gallery of Art in Washington.
box 61, folder 29

Drawings after sculptures: Roman gems, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 items: 12 photographs, 1 color transparency, and printed and illustrated matter. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 27.]
box 61, folder 30

Drawings after sculptures: Seneca, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 items: 14 photographs, letter to Held from Sylvan Barnet, and 1 press clipping. [The press clipping is shelved in Box 146*, F. 13.]
box 61, folder 31

Drawings after sculptures: Silenus, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 12 items: 4 photographs, 3 leaves of illustrated and printed matter, 3 leaves of notes, and Held's correspondence with Frank Waill.
box 61, folder 32

Drawings after sculptures: unidentified items, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs of drawings, including 3 drawings of a male head titled on verso as Jungenkopf mit Mütze and annotated with names of Rubens and Pieter van Lint. Also an unidentified sketch of two female figures [after a sculpture?].
box 62, folder 1

Drawings: anatomical studies, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photograhs.
box 62, folder 2

Drawings: anatomical studies, undated

Scope and Content Note

32 leaves of illustrated matter (photocopies).
box 62, folder 3

Drawings: anatomical studies, 1987, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items: typescript titled Ecorché drawings in the Cantoor group (10 leaves, photocopy, includes correspondence between Francis Russell at Christie's London and Anne-Marie Logan); 2 leaves of notes, and portions of Christie's London catalog from 6-7 July 1987.
box 62, folder 4

Drawings: anatomical studies: related correspondence, 1979, 1987

Scope and Content Note

7 items (8 leaves). Letter to Held from James Mundy at Nortwestern University, Held's correspondence with Francis Russell at Christie's London, and letter to Held from Anne-Marie Logan.
box 62, folder 5

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: religious subjects, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 40 items: ca. 31 photographs, 6 leaves of illustrated matter, 1 leaf of notes, and catalog entry for drawing Heilige Familie mit Johannes dem Täufer . Included are 2 photographs of woodcuts by Christoffel Jegher.
box 62, folder 6

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: various subjects, undated

Scope and Content Note

22 items: 20 photographs, and 3 leaves of printed and illustrated matter. Also present is a letter to Held from Shaunagh Fitzgerald at P.& D. Colnaghi concerning Rubens's drawing Thomyris presented with the head of Cyrus . Included are: The Garden of Eden, Bacchus and Satyrs , The defeat of Sennacherib by Pieter Claesz. Soutman, several drawings after antique coins, Standing Hapsburg Emperor , and Portrait of Justus Lipsius.
box 62, folder 7

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: sepulchral monuments, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs.
box 62, folder 8

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: various book illustrations, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs.
box 62, folder 9

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: various engravings, undated

Scope and Content Note

25 small photographs of engravings (ca. 1.5 x 1 in.) pasted on 4 leaves. Annotated with names of Cornelis Galle, Schelte Bolswert, Willem Vorsterman, Paulus Pontius, and Alexander Voët.
box 62, folder 10

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: from Francisci Agvilonii e Societate Iesv opticorvm libri sex , undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs of illustrations included in Wolfgang Jaeger's book Die Illustrationen von Peter Paul Rubens zum Lehrbuch der Optik des Franciscus Aguilonius/1613 .
box 62, folder 11

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: title-pages, undated

Scope and Content Note

48 photographs of engraved title-pages, predminantly imprints of Plantin Press of Balthasar Moretus (Officina plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti) in Antwerp.
box 62, folder 12

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: various book illustrations, undated

Scope and Content Note

32 photographs and 1 leaf of illustrated matter of drawings and engravings by Rubens, Cornelis Galle and Erasmus Quellinus: mainly title-page designs, also emblematic vignettes, and portraits of Balthasar Moretus. Also present are woodcuts of Roman coins, and photograph of a letter by Erasmus Quellinus to Cornelis Galle.
box 62, folder 13

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: lives of Saints, undated

Scope and Content Note

32 photographs, mainly illustrating life of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, from Vita Beati P. Ignatii Loiolae ... (1609). Also included is an etching by Audran after Raphael (?)' s drawing Nightmare.
box 62, folder 14

Drawings for engravings and book illustrations: related correspondence, 1958-1990, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 items (15 leaves: 2 leaves of notes, and correspondence with Wildenstein & Co. (Vladimir Visson), Thos Agnew & Sons, Ltd. (Sir Geoffrey Agnew), Andrew Robison at National Gallery of Art, Bert Sternfeld, Helen Braham, Private Collection V in London, Sotheby's London, and Jan Garff at the Royal Museum of Arts in Copenhagen.
box 62, folder 15

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Keith Andrews, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 photograph and Held's letter to Andrews. Concerning a crucifixion scene with arguing horsemen.
box 62, folder 16

Dubious drawings: correspondence with George A. Born, 1962

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held.
box 62, folder 17

Dubious drawings: correspondence with W. Mark Brady, 1989

Scope and Content Note

2 items: letter to Held from Brady at W.M. Brady & Co. in New York, and 1 photograph. Concerning attribution of a drawing of Neptune [?] to Rubens.
box 62, folder 18

Dubious drawings: correspondence with J. Cassayd-Smith, 1985-1990

Scope and Content Note

ca. 19 items: correspondence between J. Cassayd-Smith, Held, Sotheby's London (George Gordon), Christe's London (Francis Russell), and a letter from Sotheby's to Anne-Marie Logan; 2 photographs; 2 color transparencies; and printed and illustrated matter. Concerning attribution of a drawing of Hygieia. [Color transparencies are shelved in Box 161, F. 28.]
box 62, folder 19

Dubious drawings: photograph signed by Nathan Chaikin, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph inscribed with Chaikin's name and date1962.
box 62, folder 20

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Harold Lee Colvocoresses, 1969, undated

Scope and Content Note

11 items: 3 letters to Held, 3 photographs, copy of a letter to Colvocoresses from British Museum (1938), and copies of Colvocoresses's correspondence with Belgian Government Information Center (1949). Concerning attribution of a drawing of a male head referred to as Head of Boreas.
box 62, folder 21

Dubious drawings: Herbert E. Feist, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph; with a stamp of Herbert E. Feist.
box 62, folder 22

Dubious drawings: Walter Hugelshofer, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph, inscribed with the name of Hugelshofer.
box 62, folder 23

Dubious drawings: Leon Franklyn, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 illustration pasted on cardboard. Inscribed with the name of Leon Franklyn.
box 63, folder 1

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Rudolph S. Joseph, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs. Joseph's copyright statement on verso.
box 63, folder 2

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Aage Kristensen, 1970, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 items: letter to, from Held, 1 photograph, and an original drawing of a watermark.
box 63, folder 3

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Peter Kröker, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs: Death of Seneca and Satyr and Amor , both annotated on verso.
box 63, folder 4

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Library of Congress, 1962

Scope and Content Note

5 items: letter to Held from Alan Fern (curator), and 5 photographs.
box 63, folder 5

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Agnes Mongan, 1958

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from curator and director at Fogg Art Museum, with carbon copy of Held's reply on verso.
box 63, folder 6

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Justus Müller Hofstede, 1962-1964, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 19 items (23 leaves): 9 letters to Held, 4 letters from Held, 1 letter from Held to Jan Bialostocki, 1 leaf of notes by Held concerning drawings by Anthony van Dyck, and 4 photographs: head of a satyr, drawing after Michelangelo (centaurs), head of a horse (after a Classical sculpture), and a female figure (portrait of Helene Fourment).
box 63, folder 7

Dubious drawings: correspondence with National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1974, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held, from Charles Parkhurst and Andrew Robison, and 1 photograph a drawing after Titian's Pentecost.
box 63, folder 8

Dubious drawings: correspondence with National Gallery of Scotland, 1978

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 63, folder 9

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Gustav Nebehay, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 photograph of a drawing of lions. On verso stamp of Gustav Nebehay in Berlin and an annotation by Held.
box 63, folder 10

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Donald F. Rowe, 1967-1975, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held and 1 color photograph. [The photograph is shelved in Box 161, F. 29.]
box 63, folder 11

Dubious drawings: correspondence with János Scholz, 1973, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs, both annotated on verso. Annotations include Held's opinion about the artwork, dated May 31 1993.
box 63, folder 12

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Sotheby's London, 1975, undated

Scope and Content Note

7 items: letter to Held and 6 photograph: an akt figure (by van Dyck?), and male heads.
box 63, folder 13

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Bertina Suida Manning, 1973

Scope and Content Note

3 items: letter to Held, letter from Held, and 1 photograph.
box 63, folder 14

Dubious drawings: correspondence with Emile Verrijken, 1975-1979, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 8 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held; 1 letter to Held signed Roemers (dated 15 April 1979); 2 photographs; photocopies of expert opinions by Ludwig Burchard, J. P. Leemans, and Robert Eichenberger; and 2 leaves of printed matter (photocopies).
box 63, folder 15

Dubious drawings: Emile E.Wolf, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 photographs, inscribed with Wolf's name.
box 63, folder 16

Dubious drawings by subject: single heads, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs
box 63, folder 17

Dubious drawings by subject: scenes with several figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 items: 16 photographs and 1 note.
box 63, folder 18

Dubious drawings by subject: studies of nude figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs.
box 63, folder 19

Dubious drawings by subject: human figures, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 photographs, including 2 attributed to Jacob Jordaens, a sleeping infant, a sitting cardinal, and a scene titled Reconsiliation of Jacob and Esau .
box 63, folder 20

Dubious drawings by subject: various studies, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs: a landscape, a boar's head, studies of hands, 2 photograohs of a drawing bearing the signature of Anthony van Dyck, and 3 sketches of human figures.
box 63, folder 21

Drawings: unidentified items filed with drawings, 1953, undated

Scope and Content Note

6 items: 1 photograph and 5 leaves of notes, including a chart titled The Mantuan Princess, letter to Held from F. de Croix dated 27 July 1953, and 1 leaf with sketches of trees [by Held?].
box 63-72

Oil sketches

box 63, folder 22

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

20 leaves.
box 63, folder 23

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

30 leaves, including 1 leaf of printed matter.
box 63, folder 24

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

19 leaves. Includes notes for an article on Occasio, and a student paper The hunt of Meleager and Atalanta (by Nina A. Garber, typescript, carbon copy, 7 leaves), annotated by Held.
box 63, folder 25

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 leaves, including 1 pen drawing by Held.
box 63, folder 26

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

21 leaves.
box 63, folder 27

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

25 leaves.
box 63, folder 28

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

25 leaves.
box 63, folder 29

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

23 leaves, including 1 leaf of printed matter.
box 63, folder 30

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

32 leaves, including 1 leaf of printed matter, and Held's letter to François Heim, dated Oct. 28 1974.
box 63, folder 31

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 leaves, including typescript A chronological list of Rubens's oil sketches (6 leaves, annotated), 1 press clipping, 1 photograph, and printed matter.
box 63, folder 32

Notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

29 leaves, including printed matter, a list of Rubens sketches at the Ermitage, 3 manuscript essays: The portrait of Charles de Longueval (4 leaves), The lion hunt (2 leaves), and a text on Rubens (2 leaves); and a typescript draft on Lion hunt (5 leaves).
box 64

Correspondence, 1956-1989

box 64, folder 1

Thos. Agnew and Sons Ltd., 1975-1976

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held. With a mention of Vincent Korda collection in London.
box 64, folder 2

Alpers, Svetlana, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning Alpers's dissertation on Torre de la Parada.
box 64, folder 3

Amherst College, 1976

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 2 letters to Held from Frank A. Trapp and condition report of Rubens's painting Charity with three children (typescript, 1 leaf).
box 64, folder 4

Ashmolean Museum. Dept. of Western Art, 1973

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held. Includes inventory numbers and measurenments of several oil sketches by Rubens.
box 64, folder 5

Bartholoni, Alain, 1976

Scope and Content Note

ca. 10 items: 5 letters to Held, 3 letters from Held, and 2 leaves of notes.
box 64, folder 6

Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, 1966-1974

Scope and Content Note

5 items (6 leaves): 4 letters to Held, including 3 from Ulla Krempel, and 1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 7

Beit, Alfred, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 8

Béguin, Sylvie, 1975

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning Résurection de Lazare at the Louvre.
box 64, folder 9

Benediktinerstift St. Paul (Sankt Paul im Lavanthal, Austria), 1975

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning oil sketch St. Paul.
box 64, folder 10

Brand, Aimée, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Aug 9 [year?]. Annotated by Held: "Glynde sketch".
box 64, folder 11

Brochhagen, Dr., 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held, requesting photographs.
box 64, folder 12

Buch, Max R. von, 1971-1973

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held, concerning Rubens sketches from Alfredo and Lisa Hirsch collection.
box 64, folder 13

Buchthal, Hugo, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 14

Burchard, Ludwig, 1956

Scope and Content Note

2 items: Burchard's letter to Paul Wengraft (copy) and catalog record of Entombment of Christ at Casa Colonna in Rome.
box 64, folder 15

Cavalli-Björkman, Görel, 1978

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from the national Swedish Art Museum regarding a Rubens painting in private collection of Ylva Granbeger.
box 64, folder 16

Cincinnati Art Museum, 1967

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held.
box 64, folder 17

College of William and Mary, 1985

Scope and Content Note

2 items: letter to Held and 1 photograph.
box 64, folder 18

P. & D. Colnaghi & Co. Ltd., 1974-1975

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 4 letters to Held and 3 letters from Held. Correspondence with Michael Simpson.
box 64, folder 19

Coolidge, William A., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning a Rubens sketch at Althorp Park.
box 64, folder 20

Davis, Mary M., 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
box 64, folder 21

Du Bon, David, 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 22

Ebbinge Wubben, J. C., 1967-1968

Scope and Content Note

4 items (7 leaves): 1 letter to Held and 2 letters from Held. Correspondence with the director of Museum Boymans-van Beuningen in Rotterdam.
box 64, folder 23

Egorova, K. S., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 24

Feilchenfeldt, Marianne, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held, with carbon copy of Held's reply on verso.
box 64, folder 25

Fleischman, Lawrence A., 1964

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Regarding an oil sketch referred to as The judgement of Cambyses. [Also see items filed in Box 88, F. 48.]
box 64, folder 26

Foucart, Jacque, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from the Louvre conservatort.
box 64, folder 27

Fredlund, Björn, 1975-1978

Scope and Content Note

4 items (5 leaves): 2 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held. Scholarly discussion of Rubens' s artwork with the Swedish art historian at Göteborgs Konstmuseum.
box 64, folder 28

Gaggiotti, Roberto, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 item: invoice.
box 64, folder 29

Lord Galway, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 30

Gepts, Gilberte, 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

ca. 5 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and 2 leaves of typescript regarding various artworks by Rubens and van Dyck.
box 64, folder 31

Glasgow Museums & Art Galleries, 1970

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held from Alasdair Auld and George Buchanan (curators).
box 64, folder 32

Grange, T. P., 1967, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held.
box 64, folder 33

Hallsborough Gallery, 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held concerning sketch Continence of Scipio offered for sale Dec. 8 1971 at Sotheby's.
box 64, folder 34

Heiland, Susanne, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held (2 leaves).
box 64, folder 35

Heinemann, Fritz, 1976

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 36

Herbert, Robert L., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held. With a mention of a Rubens sketch in Helsinki.
box 64, folder 37

Herbst, Hans, 1980

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held (draft).
box 64, folder 38

Hubala, Erich, 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held (2 leaves). Scholarly.
box 64, folder 39

Institut royal du patrimoine artistique (Belgium), 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 40

John G. Johnson Collection (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1975

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held (4 leaves).
box 64, folder 41

Joly, Marcel, 1961-1962

Scope and Content Note

8 items (9 leaves): 4 letters to Held, 1 letter from Held, 1 leaf of notes. Also present is copy of Held's letter to Hanns Schaeffer (Schaeffer Galleries), and letter to Held from Marcel Rothlisberger.
box 64, folder 42

Kaplan, Alice M., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (4 leaves).
box 64, folder 43

Kauffmann, C. M., 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 44

Koella, Rudolf, 1972

Scope and Content Note

5 items (6 leaves): 2 letters to Held from Sammlung Oskar Reinhart "Am Römerholz" in Winterthur, 2 letters from Held, and 2 leaves of typescript on Rubens's oil sketch Der Konsul Decius Mus befragt die Auguren .
box 64, folder 45

Kühn, Margarete, 1975

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from editor of Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte .
box 64, folder 46

Kunsthaus Zürich, 1976

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning oil sketch Orpheus und Eurydice.
box 64, folder 47

Los Angeles County Museum of Art [LACMA], 1973

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Regarding Rubens's painting Gathering of manna.
box 64, folder 48

Martin, John R., 1975

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Martin at Princeton University. Concernng Rubens's Portrait of the Infanta Maria, Queen of Hungary, and van Dyck's Lamentation and Mocking of Christ.
box 64, folder 49

Mauritshuis (Hague, Netherlands), 1973

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held. Concerning Assumption of the Virgin by Rubens.
box 64, folder 50

MD magazine, 1985

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 51

Meiner-Siem, Martin, 1966

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held, 1 letter from Held, and conservation report for St. Basilius by Rubens (typescript, 1 leaf).
box 64, folder 52

Mertens, Peter, 1968-1974

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Held.
box 64, folder 53

Messer, Thomas M., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 short note to Held.
box 64, folder 54

Museen der Stadt Aachen, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 55

Musées de Besançon, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 56

Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, 1976

Scope and Content Note

2 items (3 leaves): 1 letter to Held from Saskia Nijstad, and 1 letter from Held. Concerning The discovery of Callisto's pregnancy by Diana .
box 64, folder 57

National Gallery (Great Britain), 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held concerning x-rays of Rubens's Lion hunt and Apotheosis of the Duke of Buckingham.
box 64, folder 58

National Gallery of Art (U.S.), 1981

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held (2 leaves).
box 64, folder 59

National Gallery of Scotland, 1980

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and copy of a letter from Edith F. Howard to Hugh Macandrew.
box 64, folder 60

Nationalmuseum Stockholm, 1977

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Börje Magnusson.
box 64, folder 61

Neff, Terry Ann R., 1972, 1980

Scope and Content Note

3 letters to Held.
box 64, folder 62

Nieuwenhuizen, J. van den, 1989

Scope and Content Note

2 letters from the Stadsarchief in Antwerp to Ann. H. Havenith regarding various members of Clarisse family in 17th century Antwerp.
box 64, folder 63

Nordback, G., 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 64

O'Connor, Patrick, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held regarding Rubens or Jordaens attribution of a painting.
box 64, folder 65

Pariset, Jean-François, 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 66

Poch-Kalous, Margarethe, 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter from Held to the director of Gemäldegalerie at Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien.
box 64, folder 66

Duke of Portland, 1967

Scope and Content Note

2 items (3 leaves): 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 67

Rossacher, Kurt, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 68

Salinger, Margaretta M., 1976

Scope and Content Note

2 letters from Held.
box 64, folder 69

Sammlungen des Regierenden Fürsten von Liechtenstein, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 70

Seilern, Antoine, Count, 1967-1975

Scope and Content Note

8 items: 4 letters to Held, 4 letters from Held, and 1 leaf of notes.
box 64, folder 71

Sickman, Laurence, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from director of William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art regarding oil sketch Battle of Constantine and Licinius, Sacrifice of Abraham, and other artworks.
box 64, folder 72

Siemer, Meinolf, 1987-1988

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held (3 leaves) from director of Kurhessische Hausstiftung in Eichenzell. Regarding oil sketch Maria, von acht Heilgen verehrt .
box 64, folder 73

Somerville & Simpson Ltd., 1975-1976

Scope and Content Note

5 items: 3 letters to Held and 2 letters from Held.
box 64, folder 74

Sotheby & Co., 1972

Scope and Content Note

2 letters from Held to Neil Maclaren at Sotheby's London concerning oil sketch Martyrdom of St. Ursula, and a "curious little sketch of angels rowing a boat".
box 64, folder 75

J. B. Speed Art Museum, 1976

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 76

Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, 1976

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held regarding Enthauptung Johannes des Täufers.
box 64, folder 77

Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, 1973

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Henning Bock.
box 64, folder 78

Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Potsdam-Sanssouci, 1975

Scope and Content Note

5 items (7 leaves): 2 letters to Held, 2 letters from Held, and catalog entries for Rubens's Der Richtspruch des Kambyses 1 leaf, typescript). Correspondence with Götz Eckardt regarding several artworks.
box 64, folder 79

Städelsches Kunstinstitut, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 80

Varshavskaia, M. IA., 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

4 items (5 leaves): 3 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 64, folder 81

Velde, C. van de, 1971

Scope and Content Note

1 items (2 leaves): letter from C. van de Velde at Nationaal Centrum voor de Plastische Kunsten van de XVIde en XVIIde Eeuw in Antwerp, addressed to Lord Malmesbury, regarding Rubens sketches representing four Virtues. Photocopy, annotated by Held.
box 64, folder 82

Vey, Horst, 1978

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Vey at Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, regarding Kreuzigung des Hl. Andreas.
box 64, folder 83

Villinger, Carl J. H., 1972

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from stiftung Heylshof in Worms regarding Rubens sketch Atalante.
box 64, folder 84

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from curator Pinkney Near regarding Rubens's Pallas and Arachne .
box 64, folder 85

Walter, Maria Rosa, 1986

Scope and Content Note

2 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held, regarding Rubens sketch Die Freigebigkeit und die Bedachtsamkeit.
box 64, folder 86

Wildenstein & Co. (London, England), 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 64, folder 87

Wright, Gail, 1976

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 65, folder 1

Oil sketches: x-ray images, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 photographs. [2 photographs are shelved in Box 146*, F. 14.]
box 65, folder 2

Questionable and rejected attributions: images of Christ, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 items: 12 photographs and 4 leaves of typescript regarding oil sketch Three Crosses, including expert opinions by Burchad and Valentiner.
box 65, folder 3

Questionable and rejected attributions: Virgin Mary and Nativity, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 photographs.
box 65, folder 4

Questionable and rejected attributions: Saint George, undated

Scope and Content Note

8 photographs.
box 65, folder 5

Questionable and rejected attributions: Biblical, historical and mythological subjects, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 items: 9 photographs and 1 color transparency. Photograph of The rapt of the Sabine women includes a letter to Gunder Nordbäck from Galerie Hörhammar (Dorthy Aminoff, dated May 10 1961), and 1 leaf of notes. Also inludes Apollo chasing Diana , Eliezer and Rebecca, Diogenes searching for wise man, Gideon overcoming the Midianites , and Alexander crowning Roxana. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 32; 2 photographs are shelved in Box 146*, F.15.]
box 65, folder 6

Questionable and rejected attributions: Saints, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 items, including 1 color transparency. Includes The four Evangelists St. Paul pointing out the unknown God, Seelen im Fegefeuer, Conversion of St. Bavo, St. Augustine, and St. Gregory the Great with Sts. Maurus and Papianus . [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 33.]
box 65, folder 7

Questionable and rejected attributions: allegorical and mythological scenes, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 photographs. Includes Mars, Venus, and Cupid.
box 65, folder 8

Questionable and rejected attributions: various photographs, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 photographs, including 1 in color (Study of two pairs of praying hands). [Color photograph is shelved in Box 161, F. 34.]
box 65, folder 9

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Julian Agnew, 1997

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held from Agnew's in London. concerning The four Evangelists .
box 65, folder 10

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Frans Baudouin, 1979

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Leon Sergold. In French with English translation. Concerning Apostles heads.
box 65, folder 11

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Marc Bruner, 1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 items (3 leaves): 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held.
box 65, folder 12

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Michael Dollard, 1980-1981

Scope and Content Note

4 items: 3 letters to Held and 1 letter from Held. Concerning St. George .
box 65, folder 13

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Eberhart Auktionen AG., 1982, 1988

Scope and Content Note

7 items: 1 color photograph, a 1988 letter to Held from U. Eberhart, photocopies of a letter to Reggy Wachters from Paul Huvenne at Stad Antwerpen, and statements by Florent Bex, Louis Delvaulx, and Reggy Wachters. Regarding The treaty of Angoulème. [Color photograph is shelved in Box 161, F. 35.]
box 65, folder 14

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Guy Folkner, 1992

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held.
box 65, folder 15

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Michael Jaffé, 1978-1979

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Leon M. Sergold regarding Landscape with Mercury, Argus and Io and St. Jerome penitent in the wilderness.
box 65, folder 16

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Hilton Kramer, 1972, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 items: 1 letter to Held and 1 letter from Held, 1 photograph. Regarding an oil sketch of David , after beheading Goliath. [Photograph is shelved in Box 146*, F. 16.]
box 65, folder 17

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Gunder Nordbäck, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held regarding The rape of the Sabins.
box 65, folder 18

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Joaneath A. (Joaneath Ann) Spicer, 1983

Scope and Content Note

1 letter to Held regarding a sketch from Malcove collection. [See correpondence with Michael Dollard in Box 65, F.14.]
box 65, folder 19

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Hans Verbeek, 1987-1993

Scope and Content Note

ca. 8 items (10 leaves): 3 letters to Held from Verbeek at Noortman in Maastricht, and 2 letters from Held. Also present are a catalog record and restoration report for the oil sketch Christ bestowing a wreath .
box 65, folder 20

Questionable and rejected attributions: correspondence with Wildenstein & Co., 1991

Scope and Content Note

2 letters to Held from Joseph Baillio. Regarding Allegory of War at Palazzo Pitti.
box 65, folder 21

Questionable and rejected attributions: notes, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 leaves of notes.
box 65, folder 22

Story of Decius Mus, undated

Scope and Content Note

26 photographs.
box 65, folder 23

Story of Decius Mus, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 8 items, including 1 postcard, and a conservation report.
box 65, folder 24

Story of Decius Mus, undated

Scope and Content Note

ca. 47 leaves of notes.
box 65, folder 25

Story of Decius Mus: correspondence, 1967-1973

Scope and Content Note

6 items: letters to Held from Wolf-Dieter Dube (conservator at Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen), Ann Percy at Pennsylvania State University Press, and Erik Duverger in Ghent; also letters by Held to Ann Percy and Erik Duverger.
box 65, folder 26

Ceiling paintings of the Jesuit Church at Antwerp, 1967-1973, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs.
box 65, folder 27

Ceiling paintings of the Jesuit Church at Antwerp, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs.
box 65, folder 28

Ceiling paintings of the Jesuit Church at Antwerp, undated

Scope and Content Note

19 photographs.
box 65, folder 29

Ceiling paintings of the Jesuit Church at Antwerp, 1967-1973

Scope and Content Note

7 items, including 2 letters to Held: from Anne Wertheimer and Thomas N. Maytham at Seattle Art Museum. [2 leaves of illustrated matter are shelved in Box 146*, F. 17.]
box 65, folder 30

Life of Constantine the Great, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs and 1 color transparency. [Color transparency is shelved in Box 161, F. 30.]
box 65, folder 31

Life of Constantine the Great, undated

Scope and Content Note

13 photographs.
box 65, folder 32

Life of Constantine the Great, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs. [6 photographs of tapestries are shelved in Box 146*,F. 18.]
box 65, folder 33

Life of Constantine the Great, undated

Scope and Content Note

23 photographs, including 4 in color. [Color photographs are shelved in Box 161, F. 37.]
box 65, folder 34

Life of Constantine the Great, 1982-1994 and undated

Scope and Content Note

23 leaves of printed and illustrated matter, including 1 drawing by Held. [6 items are shelved in Box 146*, F. 19.]
box 65, folder 35

Life of Constantine the Great: correspondence, 1970-1982

Scope and Content Note

5 items (7 leaves): 2 letters to Held from Pierre Rosenberg (conservator), 1 letter to Held from an unidentified person, and letters from Held to Rosenberg and to Marcus S. Sopher.
box 66, folder 1

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs.
box 66, folder 2

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

11 photographs and 2 photographic postcards.
box 66, folder 3

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs.
box 66, folder 4

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

14 photographs.
box 66, folder 5

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs.
box 66, folder 6

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

12 photographs.
box 66, folder 7

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

13 photographs.
box 66, folder 8

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV): correspondence, 1976-1984

Scope and Content Note

5 items (12 leaves): letter to Held from W. von Simson; Held's letter to Joseph M. B. Guttmann, and letter to Held from Arthur Wheelock at National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Held's letter to Guttmann includes conservation report (5 leaves) for Rubens' painting Traîté d'Angoulème by Reggy Wachters, and printed matter.
box 66, folder 9

Projects for the Luxembourg Palace (Life of Maria de' Medici; Life of Henry IV), undated

Scope and Content Note

29 leaves of printed and illustrated matter, and notes, including 2 drawings by Held. [1 item: ill. of painting Arrival of Maria de'Medici in the Harbour of Marseille is shelved in Box 147*, F. 1.]
box 66, folder 10

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 items: 1 color transparency, 1 negative, 1 polaroid image, and 6 color photograps. [5 items: 1 color transparency, 1 negative, 1 polaroid image, and 2 color photographs are shelved in Box 162, F. 1.]
box 66, folder 11

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 items: 13 photographs and 2 photographic postcards.
box 66, folder 12

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs.
box 66, folder 13

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

17 photographs. [2 photographs are shelved in Box 147*, F.2.]
box 66, folder 14

Triumph of the Eucharist: undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs.
box 66, folder 15

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs.
box 66, folder 16

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

15 photographs.
box 66, folder 17

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 photographs. [4 items: 1 photograph of Charity and 3 photographs of the Princes of the church adoring the Eucharist are shelved in Box 147*, F.2.]
box 66, folder 18

Triumph of the Eucharist, undated

Scope and Content Note

10 leaves of notes.
box 66, folder 19

Triumph of the Eucharist, 1949, undated

Scope and Content Note

4 items (11 leaves): text on Charity (typescript, 1 leaf), The Isrealites gathering manna in the desert (typescript, 5 leaves); and Nov 10, 1949 letter and expert opinion by Ludwig Burchard on Le tromphe de la Foi Catholique sur la Science et la Philosophie (copy of manuscript, in French, 5 leaves).
box 66, folder 20

Triumph of the Eucharist, 1967-1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

18 items of printed and illustrated matter, including 2 press clippings.
box 66, folder 21

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Cormack, Jarratt, Foucart, 1968, 1983

Scope and Content Note

4 items: Malcolm Cormack at Fitzwilliam Museum (1 letter to Held); Alvin Q. Jarratt (1 letter to Held and Held's reply); Foucart at Musée du Louvre (1 letter to Held).
box 66, folder 22

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Koerner and Vliege, 1976

Scope and Content Note

9 items: correspondence between Walter Koerner, Hans Vlieghe and Held, 1 photograph, a note and Koerner's business card.
box 66, folder 23

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Mont, O'Connor, Plon, 1967

Scope and Content Note

5 items: letters to Held from Frederick Mont, Partick O'Connor, and Léonce Plon (conservator at Musée des beaux-arts in Tournai).
box 66, folder 24

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Ruggiero and Rosenberg, 1965-1966, 1987

Scope and Content Note

6 items (8 leaves): Laurence J. Ruggiero (The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art; 2 letters and 1 photograph); Saemy Rosenberg (Rosenberg and Stiebel; 2 letters to Held, 1 note by Held).
box 66, folder 25

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Scribner, Stiebel, Toole, 1967, 1985

Scope and Content Note

2 items (5 leaves): Charles Scribner III (1 letter to Held); Eric Stiebel (Rosenberg & Stiebel, 1 letter to Held with a letter to Held from Margaret C. Toole at Amherst College attached).
box 66, folder 26

Triumph of the Eucharist: correspondence with Wolf, 1923

Scope and Content Note

2 items: postcard to Julius Wolf (uncle of Held) from Willy Hess and wife. Also transcription and explanatory note by Held.
box 66, folder 27

Life of Achilles, undated

Scope and Content Note

16 photographs. [1 item is shelved in Box 147*, F.2.]
box 66, folder 28

Life of Achilles, undated