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"The Human Bats of Discord, Theme of Montesquiou"

 

"Rejected Models Caused Sculptor to End Life" (John Donoghue)

 

"The Sea Madness" (poem) by F. O'Neill Gallagher

 

1903, July 6: "Sculptor Donoghue's Body Identified"

 

No date: "Agnes Ethel, Once Stage Star, Dead"

 

1904: "Park Godwin Dies, Aged 88"

 

No date: "Fought 'Car Ahead' Order 500 Blocks"

 

"Wrote to Actress, Lands in a Cell"

 

"Die letzten Buren" (poem)

 

"Liebe im Traumland" (poem) by Georg C. Viereck

 

"Queer Hotels"

 

"Ein neues Leben Jesu"

 

1895, Feb. 7: "Double Tragedy All Due to Love"

 

No date: "Citizen Train"

 

"Young Girl Struck by Lightning in the Street"

 

"Daughter of the Late Julian Ralph, Weds"

 

"Historic Greenwich Village Homes"

 

"Beauty (Baron de Riviere's daughter) Who Adorns $2 Bill Is Accused"

 

1940, Aug. 19: "Tragedy Hits Third Time at Art Circle" (Margery Winter's death)

 

No date: "Die Ruhe des Mogul" (poem) by Ernst Lenbach

 

"Miss Steiner Holds Mines at $2,000,000"

 

1944, July 15: "Judge Ponders Jap Plea"

 

1908, March 19: "Orchestra Manager Dead" (George H. Wilson)

 

No date: "James Jeffrey Roche Passes Away in Berne"

 

1923, May 7: "Stage Star Dies Poor" (Sadie Martinot)

 

No date: "Three Themes of Verse Told by Woman Poet" (M. Madelva)

 

"La Soularde," "My Grandmother," and "The Ingenue" (poems)

 

"Gedichte" by Theodor Sufe

 

"Diana (Duffe-Cooper) in Life Fight"

 

"What to Wear"

 

"Sonia Made 'Atmosphere' as She Sold Cigarettes"

 

1927, June 26: "Noted Sculptor, P. Martiny, Dies; Local Resident"

 

1937, Jan. 2: "Actor Power on Way to 'Finer Role' "

 

No date: "The Value of a Hypodermic Case"

 

1923: "Noted Author (Edmund Russell) Dead in N.Y."

 

No date: (poem) by Wells Hawks

 

"Cavalier Accepts 'Bob,' Says Friend"

 

"Richmond Home of the Lost Lenore"

 

1906: "Crowd at East Side Funeral" (Shaikewitz)

 

1932, Feb. 19: "Mathieson, Actor Killed in Arizona, to be Buried Here"

 

1931, Sept.: "Donor of $5,000,000 to Art Units Can't Pay Wife's Rent"

 

No date: "U.S. Jury Indicts Duncan Renaldo on Passport Charge"

 

"Schomer (Shaikewitz) Hebrew Novelist, Is Dead"

 

"Miss Sage is Given Degree by Syracuse"

 

"A Chinese Dinner in New York" by Julian Jerrold

 

1915, Feb. 26: "Public Can't Get to Art Museum So (Francis E.A.) Curly Quits"

 

No date: "A Schedule of the Moral Effects of Colors"

 

"Sculptor Perry Sticks to Jail"

 

"167 Vegetables at Society Dinner"

 

--shape of women--

 

"Poe Centenary Celebrations"

 

"Under the Willows" (poem) by Strickland W. Gillian

 

"The Great Profile," Newsweek obituary of John Barrymore

 

1943, Dec. 6: --Walt Whitman article in Time--

 

1942, Feb. 23: "Iowa's Painter," Time

 

No date: "Citizenship Won by Alien Over Protest"

 

1942, June 23: "Julian Wendt, Sculptor, Dies"

 

No date: "Ida Kruse McFarlane"

 

1942, May 29: "Barrymore's Funeral Services to Be Private"

 

No date: "Susan Eakins Dies"

 

1943, June 28: --Reginald Bathurst obituary in Time--

 

1939, Aug. 4: "Dies in Sweden" (Marta Af Ekenstam)

 

No date: "Lowengard, Duvcen Head, Dies"

 

1940, June 19: "Ida M'Farlane Is Dead After Long Illness"

 

1937, Jan. 1: "Death Stays the Pen of Peyton Poswell--a Full Career at 57" Art Digest

 

1943, Nov. 29: "One Europe" (review of Crusade for Pan-Europe by Richard N. Coudenhove-Kalergi) Time

 

No date: " 'Millionaire Hobo' Dies from Effects of Long Self-Denial"

 

"Yamanaka Re-Opened"

 

"Lanthrop Drowns"

 

"Horatio Walker"

 

1942, Feb. 11: "East-West Romance Recalled." Los Angeles Examiner

 

(Scrapbook: Revelations: Tome I

Box 23

1893 to 1911

 

Reviews of Sadakichi Hartmann's works: Christ, Buddha, Tragedy in a New York Flat, The Art Critic, History of American Art, Japanese Art, The Whistler Book. Also announcements of and reactions to his lectures and readings. Clippings of Sadakichi Hartmann's conflict with Upton Sinclair at Helicon Hall.

Box 24

Atma D. Hartmann-Gilliland's Scrapbook of clippings and lecture announcments for Sadakichi Hartmann

 

"Red" Scrapbook (Webster's Dictionary)

Box 24

1916-1938

 

Announcements of lectures and reports of Sadakichi Hartmann's activities

 

Skrip-Skrap (collected by Claude W. Ballard)

Box 25

Almost exclusively announcements of Sadakichi Hartmann's books, readings, and lectures.

 

Oversized

 

Photocopy of pages from scrapbooks

 

Hartmann Art Essays in Aileen Pringle's scrapbook

 

Photocopy of "Red" Scrapbook

 

Photocopy of Atma Gilliland's scrapbook

 

Biographical Materials

 

Miscellaneous Family Correspondence

Box 26

Astor Hartmann.

 

1 letter from Astor (?).

 

1 typed leaf and 3 photostats of poems by Astor.

 

11 letter from U.S. Army.

 

1 post card change of address from Astor.

 

Draft of a letter by Sadakichi Hartmann to U.S. Army.

 

Letter of Wistaria H. Linton to Pvt. Walz (a friend of Astor's).

 

1 rejection slip to Astor from Saturday Evening Post, 1938.

 

Robert Hartmann.

 

1 U.S. Army form naming Wistaria as beneficiary and sending her an allotment.

 

1 ALS to Wistaria. Inglewood, Ca. Feb. 21, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

About Wistaria's suit against Fowler.
 

Wistaria Linton

 

1 PCS to R.G. Heckman, Oct. 2, 1957. Banning, Ca.

 

1 ANS to Helga Hansen, March 30, 1945. Banning, Ca.

 

Atma to Harry Lawton.

 

Letters from Atma to H. Lawton, Nov. 1969-1971.

 

1 enclosure of advertisement for S. Kimmel's "Leaves on the Water" for which Sadakichi Hartmann wrote the preface.

 

Letters to Wistaria.

 

Dec. 4, 1944. From Atma D. Gilliland. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

Describes Sadakichi Hartmann's death there and burial in Royal Palms Cemetery.
 

1 APC from Matt Moore, July 29, 1954.

 

1 TLS from Judson Metzgar to Wistaria. Feb. 23, 1950. Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

With a pencilled note from Sadakichi Hartmann to J. Metzgar enclosed.
 

2 APC and 2 ALS from Mrs. W. Purcell, 1944-1958.

 

1 TLS from Grant Sharman to Wistaria. Aug. 10, 1959. Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for photocopy of Sadakichi Hartmann's Tanka and Haiku.
 

Letters of Nurva (Mrs. W.J. Gallagher) to Wistaria.

 

1934, May 19. ALS. To Lillian Bonham Hartmann.

 

1944, Dec. 1. ALS. Concord, Mass.

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

About Sadakichi Hartmann's death.
 

1945, Dec. 15. TLS. Concord, Mass.

Physical Description: 5 p.

Scope and Content Note

About family.
 

1955, Oct. 21. ALS. So. Acton, Mass.

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

About settlement with Gene Fowler.
 

1956, Jan. 19. ALS. So. Acton, Mass.

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

Family matters.
 

1957, Apr. 22. TLS. So. Acton, Mass.

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes what Sadakichi Hartmann manuscripts she has to send to Ridgeway Library (3 p. typed).
 

"How I Made My First Pictures." Nurva Hartmann. The Camera, vol. 14, (June, 1910) no. 6. (Ghosted by Sadakichi Hartmann?).

 

Arthur M. Hartmann.

 

1 notice and 1 advertisement in the Musical Courier (New York), Sept. 16 and 30, 1896. Photocopies.

 

Oscar T. Hartmann.

 

1 ALS. Jan. 25, 1914. Denver, Colo.

Scope and Content Note

To Wistaria?
 

Tansy Hartmann.

 

1 ALS. July 16, 1940. Gilbert Hotel Stationery, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

To Wistaria. Has met most of Sadakichi Hartmann's friends; visited the Deckers, the beach and the Krasnow's.
 

George Knox to Dorothea Gilliland.

 

Aug. 11, 1969. Riverside, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 p. (2 copies).
 

Miscellaneous family items.

 

Letters, notes, newspaper clippings.

 

Sadakichi Hartmannn: Early Life to 1900

Box 27

Staatsarchiv Hamburg.

Physical Description: 1 roll microfilm of Hartmann family records.
 

Sadakichi Hartmann miscellaneous holographs

Physical Description: (2 items).
 

General autobiographical items, typewritten and autograph.

 

Folder of transcriptions of microfilm from Staatsarchiv Hamburg with translation.

 

A document signed from Hamburg Amtsgericht to Sadakichi Hartmann concerning his omission from Ernst Ferdinand Caspar Hartmann's will.

 

Biographical chronology.

 

Biographies from reference books.

 

1882-86 Photocopies of pages from Philadelphia City Directory.

 

1891 Sadakichi Hartmann holographic list of publications to March, 1891.

 

Photocopies of biographical articles: (1) Introduction to Buddha, Confucius, Christ, by H. Lawton and George Knox.

 

1893 Newspaper report of Sadakichi Hartmann arrest, Dec. 22, 1893, and letter from Boston Boston Public Library, re: Christ.

 

1894-95 Photocopies of pages from Boston City Directory.

 

1896 Photocopy of review of "Tragedy in a New York Flat."

 

1899 Atma Hartmann's baptismal certificate, Paris, France, Oct. 6, 1899.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann: Mid-Life, 1900-1930

Box 28

1901 "History of American Art," reviews and bibliography.

 

1904-06 Lecture tours. Cover letters and list of topics, program of a presentation of a "perfume concert" at the New York Theatre, Dec. 7, 1904.

 

1910 Program of readings from Sadakichi Hartmann's four dramas, Buffalo, N.Y.

 

1911 Will and testament,

Physical Description: 1 typed leaf.
 

1913 Program of recitation in English and German, San Francisco, May 21, 1913.

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
 

1915 1 exhibit card with description of Greenwich Village, 1915, and Sadakichi Hartmann's move to San Francisco.

 

1916 Photocopies of articles about Sadakichi Hartmann, and 1 card noting lecture by Sadakichi Hartmann, Jan. 9, 1916, Brooklyn, N.Y.

 

1917 3 cards and 1 photocopy of lecture announcements.

 

1918 Photocopies of articles about Sadakichi Hartmann and family living in San Mateo County, Ca., July-Aug., 1918.

 

1920 Invitation card to Japanese Dinner celebrating Sadakichi Hartmann's 51st birthday.

 

"The Last Thirty Days of Christ," background and reviews.

 

Knox, George. Introduction to "The Last Thirty Days of Christ."

 

1921 Program of lectures, Nov.-Dec., 1921, Asheville, N.C.

 

1923 Price list of Sadakichi Hartmann's books and program of lectures, Hollywood, Ca., Jan., 1923.

 

1924 Program of lecture, July, 1924, New York (?).

 

1925 Program of lectures, Jan.-Feb., 1925, Hollywood.

 

1926 2 tickets to "A Japanese Perfume Symphony," May, 1926, Los Angeles, Ca., and 2 programs to readings by Sadakichi Hartmann, Hollywood and Glendale, Ca.

 

1927 Photocopy of ad for "Passport to Immortality," ticket to talk and programs of reading, Hollywood, Ca.

 

1928 2 programs to readings by Sadakichi Hartmann, Hollywood, Ca.

 

1929 2 programs to readings by Sadakichi Hartmann, Hollywood, Ca.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann: Late Life, 1930-1944

Box 29

1930 2 lecture programs, Albuquerque, N.M. and Hollywood, Ca.

 

San Jacinto Mountain (Sadakichi Hartmann drawing).

 

1931 Newspaper article on Sadakichi Hartmann theory of weather, in Illustrated Daily News, (Los Angeles, Ca.), Feb. 26, 1931.

 

1932 Invitation to lecture, Los Angeles, Ca., March.

 

Photocopies of articles about Sadakichi Hartmann in Art Digest, 1930-1932.

 

1933 Programs for 2 lectures, Los Angeles; "Souvenir of a Visit to New York," by Holger Cahill, about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Announcement of Sadakichi Hartmann's 63rd birthday.

 

1934 Announcement of party, Hollywood, Ca.

 

1935 Photocopies of 2 articles from American Spectator, (1935) about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Invitations and announcements of lectures, Hollywood and New York; letter of introduction from Joint Application Bureau.

 

1936 Photocopy of article about Harris Hotel Fire, Washington, D.C., Dec. 7, 1936.

 

AN quoting Ezra Pound on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Typed page of ms. (letter?) dated Nov. 23, 1936.

 

1938 1 page letter--"Good luck," from Mrs. J.E. Spingarn.

 

Flyer for Great Art Derby Nov., 1938.

 

Catalogue of exhibit at Palowetski Galleries, N.Y., 1938.

 

1939 Statement about Sadakichi Hartmann's Great Art Derby of 1939; and nominations for the 1939 Art Derby, N.Y.

 

1942 Typed statement signed about Sadakichi Hartmann's status during World War II.

 

1943 Photocopy of FBI report on Sadakichi Hartmann; one envelope.

 

1944 Announcement of Sadakichi Hartmann's 75th birthday.

 

Newspaper obituary notices, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, New York Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Daily News, and Banning newspaper.

 

Nov. 27. TLS. Minerva to Dorothy Gilliland. 4 p., reaction to news of Sadakichi Hartmann's death.

 

Nov. 23 (?). Telegram. Wistaria to D. Gilliland.

 

Dec. 5. TLS. Wistaria to Atma (Dorothy Gilliland), reaction to Sadakichi Hartmann's death.

 

Nov. 23. TL. To Dorothy Gilliland from Mrs. W.J. Gallagher (Minerva) with copy of Sadakichi Hartmann's Last Will and Testament (dated 1935).

 

1969 Article: "The First Hippie," by Richard Hill. Swank, vol. 16 (April, 1969) no. 2.

 

194- Item from the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, about Sadakichi Hartmann in Banning. (Photocopy).

 

193- Stenographer's notebook with lists of books to read. (Knox and Lawton background notes.)

 

Background Material

Note

Gathered by Knox and Lawton
The items in this section are listed in the order they were received and were not reorganized into sub-groups.
 

Articles

Box 30

Conversations with Walt Whitman (with notes by unknown).

 

Boston Period:

 

Purity in Print, by Paul S. Boyer, 1968 (re: American Watch and Ward Society, Boston).

 

"Eleonore Duse." The Weekly Review, Boston, vol. III, (Jan. 28, 1893) no. 80.

 

"Boston Letter." Charles E.L. Wingate. The Critic, vol. 24, (May 3, 1894) no. 637.

 

"Authors in Decadence." Editorial. Providence Journal, (May 30, 1892).

 

Sadie Martinot:

 

Who's Who on the Stage, 1908.

 

The New York Dramatic Mirror, vol. XXXII, (Sept. 22, 1894) no. 82.

 

The New York Dramatic Mirror, vol. XXX, (Oct. 7, 1893) no. 771.

 

Advertisement (newspaper), (Aug. 30, 1893).

 

Boston Evening Transcript, (Aug. 29, 1893; Oct. 3, 1893; July 10, 1893; Aug. 12, 1893; Aug. 29, 1893).

 

New York Times, (May 10, 1923).

 

1890's:

 

Several photocopies of The Lark.

 

Review of "Buddha".

 

Roycroft Period:

 

Elbert Hubbard: Genius of Roycroft. David Arnold Balch, 1940.

 

"Nemesis." Michael Monahan, 1926.

 

Photographers:

 

"The Boy in the Dark Room."

 

In Search of Greatness. Yousuf Karsh, 1962 (re: John H. Garo).

 

"John H. Garo--A Study and an Estimate." A.J. Philpott. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. LI, (June, 1914) no. 6.

 

"Personal Recollections of Dr. H.W. Vogel." Edward L. Wilson. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. XXXVI, (March, 1899) no. 507.

 

"Arnold Genthe." Will Irwin. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. L, (July, 1913) no. 7.

 

"Lecture by Rudolph Duhrkoop Before the Photographers' Association of America." Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. XLVIII, (Sept., 1911) no. 637.

 

"Up and Down Fifth Avenue." Harry H. Brodine. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. L, (Oct., 1913) no. 10.

 

Photo of Sadakichi Hartmann by Louis Fleckenstein, Pittsburgh, 1919, American Photography, vol. XIII, (June, 1919) no. 6.

 

"The Photographers' Metropolis." Abel's Photographic Weekly, vol. III, (Jan., 16, 1909) no. 59.

 

Once Upon a City, 1958.

 

"The American Pictorial Photographs for the International Art Exhibit at Glasgow." Alfred Stieglitz. Camera Notes, vol. IV, (April, 1901) no. 4.

 

"Albert Groll's Work in Landscape."

 

New York Period:

 

"In Bohemia" (poem). John Boyle O'Reilly. The Bookman, vol. 3, (1902-3).

 

Manhatten Kaleidoscope. Frank Weittenkampf, 1947.

 

"Luchows." Benjamin De Casseres. American Mercury, vol. XXIV, (Dec., 1931) no. 96.

 

"Mouquins." Benjamin De Casseres. American Mercury, XXV, (March, 1932) no. 99.

 

"Red-Ink Days." Benjamin De Casseres. American Mercury, XIII, (Jan., 1928) no. 49.

 

"Tragic Publishers, By One of Them." Guido Bruno. Pearson's Magazine, vol. 39, (July, 1918).

 

And He Sat Among the Ashes. William Schack, 1939.

 

San Francisco Period:

 

"Ghost Walks in the House of Passion--Art Climbs Hill." Hortense Russell. San Francisco Bulletin, (190-).

 

Hollywood Period:

 

" 'We've got more going for us than the Edsel' had, say movie makers." T.E. Foreman. Press-Enterprise, (Aug. 8, 1971).

 

Thief of Bagdad notices.

 

Thief of Bagdad: Development of Discussion of April 28, 1923 (outline ms.).

 

Hollywood film programs.

 

"Gene Fowler Tells of His Writing Plans." van Gelder. New York Times Book Review, (Sept. 15, 19--).

 

General Background Materials:

 

Hearn on Japanese Poetry (typed transcripts).

 

"Ghosts." Edgar Saltus. Smart Set, vol. 43, (1914) no. 2.

 

The Rest of My Life. Carolyn Wells, 1937.

 

Programs of Plays Attended. (From S. H.'s trunk.)

 

Background: Art

 

"Art in America." Henry B. Fuller. The Bookman, vol. X, (Nov., 1899).

 

"The Paris Salon." Karl Kasdy. Boston Journal, (June 8, 1892).

 

"The Salons of 1892." John Preston Beecher. The Collector, (June 1, 1892).

 

James Gibbons Huneker. Arnold T. Schwab, 1963.

 

Art and Life in America. Oliver W. Larkin, 1949.

 

Background: Dance

 

Modern Dancing and Dancers. John Ernest Crawford Flitch, 1912.

 

Mallarmé:

 

Un Jardin, Dec., 1894, (two photocopies).

 

The House Beautiful (journal), vol. 1, (Jan., 1897) no. 2.

 

"American Literary Men in Paris." Theodore Stanton. The Critic, vol. 30, (March 13, 1897) no. 786.

 

"Les Trois Formes." Jonathan Sturgis. Mercure de France, vol. 15, (Sept., 1895).

 

"The Lies of Naturalism." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. The Theatre Magazine, vol. 7, (Nov. 10, 1890).

 

"Impressionism: What Is It?" Charles H. Chaffin. Camera Notes, vol. IV, (Jan., 1901) no. 3.

 

"Symbolism." F. Colburn Clarke. Camera Notes, vol. V, (July, 1901) no. 1.

 

"The French Symbolists." Adolph Cohn. The Bookman, vol. 1, (March, 1895) no. 2.

 

"The Symbolist School in France." P.G.K. The Artist, vol. XXX, (April, 1901).

 

"Tinkling Symbolism." William Sharp. The Critic, vol. 26, (May 25, 1895).

 

"Decadence in Modern Art." Frederic Harrison. Forum, vol. XV, (June, 1893).

 

A History of American Art, vol. 1, (1902).

 

"Symbolism in Art." Photo-Era, vol. III, (Dec., 1899) no. 7.

 

"F. Holland Day: An Estimate." Herbert Whyte Taylor. Photo-Era, vol. IV, (March, 1900) no. 3.

 

Mercure de France, vol. 28, (Nov., 1898).

 

"Vance Thompson's Plagiarism of Teodor de Wyzewa's Articles on Mallarmé." Bruce A. Morrissette. Modern Language Notes, vol. LXVII, (March, 1952) no. 3.

 

Letter from Elizabeth S. Blake to Michael J. Elderman (re: Mallarmé and Sadakichi Hartmann).

 

"Un Correspondant Americain de Mallarmé." Elizabeth S. Blake. Revue d'Histoire Litteraire de La France, vol. 68, (Jan. & Feb., 1968).

 

"Impressions of Maurice Maeterlinck and the Theatre de L'oeuvre." Richard'). Hovey (?). Poet-lore.

 

"Paul Verlaine." Anatole France (translated by M.G.M.) The Chapbook, vol. 1, (July 1, -?-) no. 4.

 

Copies from The Chapbook on French Literature and Symbolism.

 

"A Symbolism in Sculpture." The Daily Tatler, vol. 1, (Nov. 18, 1896) no. 10.

 

Saburo Ota: "Carl Sadakichi Hartmann and Japan." (Typed copy).

 

Edgar Saltus on Sadakichi Hartmann:

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann." Edgar Saltus. The Biblio, vol. 3, (Nov., 1923) no. 5; vol. 3, (May, 1924) no. 11.

 

"With Wit and Love." (Review of Minutes of the Last Meeting). Newsweek, vol. XLIII, (April 5, 1954) no. 14.

 

"The Spirit of Christmas." The Bookman, vol. XXXII, (Dec., 1919) no. 4.

 

"The Drama Shelf." Bookman, vol. LVIII, (Feb., 1924) no. 6.

 

"Letter to the Editor." Marie Saltus. Bookman, vol. LVIII, (Jan., 1924) no. 5.

 

"The Whistler Book." (Review). Literary Digest, vol. XLI, (Nov. 19, 1910) no. 21.

 

"The Edgar Saltus I Knew." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bookman, vol. LVIII, (Sept., 1923) no. 1.

 

"Modern Scandinavian Authors: Kielland, Garborg, Strindberg, Ola Hansson." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Poet-lore, vol. III, (Jan., 1891) no. 1.

 

Good Night, Sweet Prince (excerpt). Gene Fowler, 1944.

 

The Nation, vol. 73, (Nov. 28, 1901) no. 1900.

 

Rebel in Paradise. Richard Drinnon, 1961.

 

"Art." The Nation, vol. 91, (Dec. 15, 1910) no. 2372.

 

Oscar Klausner:

 

Letter from W.T. Rabe to George Knox (re.: Klausner and Sadakichi Hartmann).

 

Article on Sadakichi Hartmann by Oscar Klausner.

 

C. Verne Klintworth letter to Lawton.

 

Christel Gang letters regarding Sadakichi Hartmann

 

J. Paget-Fredericks.

 

Adela Rogers St. John:

 

Letter about Sadakichi Hartmann and a typed article: "The Ex-King of Bohemia Among the Bay Bohemians." Gordon Curzon.

 

John S. Coppin:

 

Letter to Knox.

 

Guy Bogart:

 

(Interview) Article sent to The New Yorker, June 15, 1936.

 

John Sloan:

 

New York Scene, From the Diaries, Notes, and Correspondence, 1906-1913. Edited by Bruce St. John.

 

John Sloan: A Painter's Life. Van Wyck Brooks, 1955.

 

Articles on Sadakichi Hartmannn

Box 31

Artists on Sadakichi Hartmann:

 

"Requiem (In Memory of Sadakichi Hartmann)." Helga Hansen. Art Digest, vol. 19, (Dec. 15, 1944) no. 6.

 

Art and Life in America. Oliver W. Larkin. (Excerpts from Chapter 25. Original and revised editions).

 

"Five Portraits on Galvanized Iron." Benjamin De Casseres. American Mercury, vol. 9, (Dec. 26, 1926).

 

Literary Lanes and Other Byways. Robert Cortes Holliday, 1925.

 

Living My Life. Emma Goldman, 1931.

 

The Confident Years: 1885-1915. Van Wyck Brooks, 1952.

 

Between Sittings. Joe Davidson, 1951.

 

Thomas Moran: Artist of the Mountains. Thurman Wilkins.

 

Sculpture in America. Wayne Craven, 1968.

 

The Roving Critic. Carl van Doren, 1923.

 

Danton's Inferno. Danton Walker, 1955.

 

"An Early Estimate of Sadakichi Hartmann." James G. Huneker. Musical America, (1897).

 

Edgar Saltus: Don't Rush Him. Hugo Sonnenschein. Brentano's Book Chat.

 

Carl Van Vechten and the Irreverent Decades. Bruce Kellner, 1968.

 

"Books More or Less Amusing." H.L. Mencken. Smart Set, vol. 62, (Aug., 1920).

 

Note by Ezra Pound.

 

Canto LXXX. Ezra Pound.

 

"The Limbo of American Literature." Gorham B. Munson. Broom, vol. II, (June, 1922).

 

Tales of San Francisco. Samuel Dickson, 1949.

 

Tales of San Fransisco. Samuel Dickson, 1959. (Chapter on Sadakichi Hartmann).

 

"The Passing of '291.' " G.B. Pearson's Magazine, vol. 38, (March, 1908).

 

Fragments from Greenwich Village.

 

Articles on Art and Theater (possibly by Sadakichi Hartmann).

 

Miscellaneous Poems by (?).

 

Musical Courier articles about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Musical Courier articles about Sadakichi Hartmann by James G. Huneker.

 

Soissons.

 

Boston Artists: A Parisian Critic's Notes. S.C. de Soissons, Boston, 1894.

 

"Review" of above. The Art Interchange, vol. 33, (Oct., 1894) no. 4.

 

"Sascha Schneider." Vol. XXXII, (Oct., 1901).

 

"Arnold Bocklin." The Artists, vol. XXXI, (Aug., 1901).

 

"Her Majesty the American Woman." The Artists, vol. XXIII, (Oct., 1898).

 

"Maxime Gorky." The Contemporary Review, vol. 80, (Dec., 1901).

 

"Jean August Ingres." Contemporary Review, vol. 92, (Sept., 1907).

 

In Monte Carlo. Henryk Sienkiewicz (translated by Soissons).

 

"Modern German Lyric Poetry." Contemporary Review, vol. 77, (April, 1900).

 

"Jean Arthur Rimbaud." Contemporary Review, vol. 81, (June, 1902).

 

"Paul Verlaine." Forum, vol. 24, (Sept., 1897 - Feb., 1898).

 

"Arnold Boecklin." Contemporary Review, vol. 88, (Nov., 1905).

 

"The Ideal in Art." Contemporary Review, vol. 118, (Oct., 1920).

 

"Deutsche Chansons." Contemporary Review, vol. 83, (April, 1903).

 

"The German Drama of Today." Contemporary Review, vol. 89, (March, 1906).

 

"The German Movement Against Pessimism." Contemporary Review, vol. 79, (March, 1901).

 

"The Modern German Novel." Contemporary Review, vol. 85, (Feb., 1904).

 

"Maeterlinck as a Reformer of the Drama." Contemporary Review, vol. 86, (Nov., 1904).

 

"The Spiritual Art." Contemporary Review, vol. 109, (May, 1916).

 

"The Pictorial Art of Japan." Contemporary Review, vol. 100, (Sept., 1911).

 

"Pictorial Art of Asia." Contemporary Review, vol. 99, (May, 1911).

 

A Parisian in America. Boston, 1896.

 

The Aesthetic Purpose of Byzantine Architecture and Other Essays. Boston, 1914.

 

"The Delsarte System." Nym Crinkle (A.C. Wheeler). The Voice, vol. VIII, (June, 1886) no. 6.

 

George Lesoir articles in The Theater Magazine:

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." Vol. V, (June 15, 1889 - Oct. 26, 1889) nos. 15 - 26; Vol. VI, (Nov. 9, 1889) no. 2.

 

"The Chinese Play." Vol. V, (June 29, 1889) no. 16.

 

"The Snake and the Lute." Vol. V, (July 27, 1889) no. 18.

 

Articles from The Theatre:

 

"A Modern Disease." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VII, (Dec., 1890) no. 8.

 

"A Few Notes on Portrait Painting." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VII, (Dec. 15, 1890) no. 10.

 

"Romeo and Juliet." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VII, (Dec. 20, 1890) no. 11.

 

"Sybil Johnstone." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VII, (Jan. 24, 1890) no. 14.

 

"My Autobiography." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VII, (Jan. 31, 1890) no. 15.

 

Short items on contemporary theatrical events by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

"An Austrian Dramatist." (Eduard Bauernfeld). Emil Friend (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. 9, (June 1, 1892).

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Nov. 2, 1889) no. 1.

 

"Otto Hegner." James Huneker. Vol VI, (Nov. 2, 1889) no. 1.

 

"Cues, Cuts, and Changes." Cousin Pons (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. VI, (Nov. 9, 1889) no. 2.

 

"The Wounded Toe in Art." Nym Crinkle, and "In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Nov. 16, 1889) no. 3.

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Nov. 23, 1889) no. 4.

 

"How She Became a Millionairess." Emil Friend. Vol. VI, (Nov. 23, 1889) no. 4.

 

"The Great Unknown. A Resume." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Nov. 23, 1889) no. 4.

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Nov. 30, 1889) no. 5.

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Dec. 7, 1889) no. 6.

 

"With the Germans." Frank White (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. VI, (Dec. 7, 1889) no. 6.

 

"Edmund Russell." Ariel (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. VI, (Dec. 7, 1889) no. 6.

 

"Richard Voss." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (Dec. 14, 1889) no. 7.

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Dec. 14, 1889) no. 7.

 

"In the Limelight's Glare." George Lesoir. Vol. VI, (Dec. 21, 1889) no. 8.

 

"Mansfield as Richard III." Fileur (Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. VI, (Dec. 21, 1889) no. 8.

 

"Twelfth Night." Karma (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann). Vol. VI, (Dec. 21, 1889) no. 8.

 

"The Foolishness of the Ibsenites." Nym Crinkle. Vol. VI, (Jan. 4, 1890) no. 9.

 

"The Rivals." Emil Friend. Vol. VI, (Jan. 4, 1890) no. 9.

 

"A New Departure in Germany." Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (Jan. 11, 1890) no. 10.

 

"Idea Models." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (March 22, 1890) no. 18.

 

"Notes and News." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (March 22, 1890) no. 18.

 

"Notes and News at the Amberg." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (March 29, 1890) no. 19.

 

"Evolution in Acting." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (Jan. 25, 1890) no. 12.

 

"Recent New York Productions." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (Feb. 15, 1890) no. 15.

 

"What They Are Doing at Amberg's." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (Feb. 1, 1890) no. 13.

 

"Dollars and Sense." J.R. Sawin. Vol. VI, (Feb. 8, 1890) no. 14.

 

"Ernest Possart's Farewell Performances." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (Feb. 8, 1890) no. 14.

 

"A Mistaken Toleration." J.W.R. Sawin. Vol. VI, (Feb. 15, 1890) no. 15.

 

"Notes at the Amberg." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (Feb. 15, 1890) no. 15.

 

"What the Germans Are Doing." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (Feb. 22, 1890) no. 16.

 

"The Goncourts." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (March 8, 1890) no. 17.

 

"News at the Amberg." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (March 8, 1890) no. 17.

 

"A German Novelist and Dramatist." (Paul Heyse). C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Vol. VI, (March 15, 1890) no. 17.

 

"Our German Theatre." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (March 15, 1890) no. 17.

 

"Novelties at the Amberg." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (April 12, 1890) no. 21.

 

"A Timely Hint." M. Esteye. Vol. VI, (April 19, 1890) no. 22.

 

"In 'Clover' at Amberg's." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (April 19, 1890) no. 21.

 

"Wool-Gatherings in the Academy of Design Exhibition Rooms." M. Esteye; "A Persian Comedy." (possibly Sadakichi Hartmann); "European Dramatists." C. Sadakichi Hartmann; "A French Play at Amberg's." Frank Linstow White. Vol. VI, (April 26, 1890) no. 23.

 

"Cues, Cuts, and Changes." Vol. VI, (April 26, 1890) no. 23.

 

"Milloecker's Autobiographical Sketch." Emil Friend. Vol. VI, (May 3, 1890) no. 24.

 

"Marie Bashkirtseff." E.Sadakichi Hartmann (Sadakichi Hartmann).

 

"The Drama in Munich." Melvin G. Winstock. Vol. I, (April 19, 1886) no. 5.

 

"Clara Morris." Karma. Vol. VI, (Nov. 2, 1889) no. 1.

 

"The Lost Art--Pantomime." Vol. V, (Sept. 21, 1889) no. 22.

 

"Grace Filkins." Vol. V, (Oct. 5, 1889) no. 23.

 

"A Lady Travelling Steerage." Mrs. Sadakichi Hartmann. Boston Evening Transcript, vol. 63, (Dec. 21, 1892) no. 19, 076.

 

Anne Throop:

 

"The On-Looker."

 

"Out of the Wonderful East."

 

"A Pastel Artist."

 

"Wind-harp."

 

"Review of 'Whisperings of a Wind Harp.' "

 

Art catalogues:

 

List of "Names for Sadakichi Project."

 

"Oeuvres de Peter Krasnow." Paris (Feb. 16 - March 3, 1934).

 

From: Sinclair Lewis, An American Life. Mark Shorer, 1961.

 

E.H. Hansen, Pasadena Art Museum, March 11 - April 8, 1956.

 

Dates for Autobiography.

 

Articles attributed to Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Addresses of people who knew of or about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Reviews copied from Sadakichi Hartmann's scrapbook with translations:

 

"Sadekichi (sic) Hartmann." P.G. Sonntags Correspondenten, Baltimore, (Feb. 8, 1903).

 

"Die amerikanischen Symbolisten." A. von Ende. New Yorker Staatszeitung, (Sept. 3, 1897).

 

"Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas." George Viereck. Sonntags Correspondenten, (Aug. 31, 1902).

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann." Otto Coubron.

 

"Christ." (Review). Hamburger Fremdenblatt, (May 24, 1893).

 

"Amerikanische Literature." Die Gesellschaft Munchen.

 

"Die Dramen Sadakichis." Otto Coubron. (May 14, 1911).

 

Book announcements.

 

Delsarte materials:

 

"A Craze for Delsarte." Peggy Pendennis. The World, (Aug. 16, 1891). (Typed transcript and two photocopies).

 

"The Delsarte Method: Three Frontiers of Actor Training." E.T. Kirby.

 

"The Genteel Transition American Delsartism."

 

Letters to Lawton re: Willie Boy and Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Supplementary Material

Box 32

History of Japanese Literature. W.G. Asten, 1899.

 

Bibliography (Sadakichi Hartmann 's own list of works).

 

Hartmann bibliography (location of items). Separate folders concerning Sadakichi Hartmann 's MSS in New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Harvard, Yale, Chicago, Oregon.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann periodical article listing at Free Library of Philadelphia.

 

Lecture announcements.

 

Corrections for Buddha, Confucius, Christ.

 

References to articles by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Empty envelopes.

Box 33

Ray Brossard (see also oversized Box 37).

 

"She's the Modern Woman." (Mina Loy). The Kansas City Star, (Feb. 17, 1917).

 

Letters from Thomas Barrow to George Knox.

 

Outline for Lawton's Sadakichi Hartmann series.

 

Bibliography of Sadakichi Hartmann articles on photography.

 

Miscellaneous information on Sadakichi Hartmann (including quotes from letters and "Newsletter").

 

Interviews re.: Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Letters to Lawton/Knox on Sadakichi Hartmann from George Fisher, Ben Marx, Bruce Morrissette, Museum of Modern Art, Norman Holmes Pearson, Saburo Ota, A.T. Schwab, Beaumont Newhall.

 

Art criticism from James Gibbons Huneker. Arnold T. Schwab, 1963.

 

Interview with Mrs. George Lardner.

 

Manuscripts and library papers list.

 

Articles on Sadakichi Hartmann (see oversized Box 37).

 

Tom Patterson article on Sadakichi Hartmann (Aug. 12, 1973).

 

Newspaper clippings.

 

Catclaw Siding (plans, etc.).

 

Miscellaneous Sadakichi Hartmann material.

 

Research items.

 

Various bills of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Cancelled checks and stubs.

 

Various receipts and bills.

Box 34

"The First Hippie." Richard Hill. Swank, vol. 16, (April, 1969) no. 2.

 

List of pastels by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Art work, Sadakichi Hartmann's and others.

 

List of artists who recorded Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sadakichi Hartmann by Brossard (see oversized Box 37).

 

Drawings and art work by Brossard (see oversized Box 37).

 

Wiboldt drawing of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sadakichi Hartmann by Brossard.

 

Photographers and other artists: Eickemeyer, Weston, Carl Sandburg, John Decker.

 

Gene Fowler:

 

The Young Man from Denver. Will Fowler, 1962.

 

Letter from Fowler to Elizabeth Blanche Walsh.

 

Reviews of Minutes of the Last Meeting.

 

Reviews of Minutes of the Last Meeting, and news of Wistaria's suit.

 

Wistaria's complaint against Fowler.

 

"Sadakichi March." Music by Josef Reiter.

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann: 'The Education of America in Art Matters.' " William Hemmerdinger, 1974.

 

Advertisements for Sadakichi Hartmann's books.

 

Review of White Chrysanthemums.

 

Review of The Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Copyright forms for Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Publications/announcements for lectures and readings, etc.

 

UCR Exhibit, 1970.

 

UCR Exhibit, 1958.

 

Catalogue galley proofs, UCR Exhibit, 1970.

 

"Hartmann Newsletter" mailing list.

 

UCLA Exhibit, 1959.

 

Walt Whitman Society (see oversized Box 37).

 

Lock of Sadakichi Hartmann's hair.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann priced bibliography.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann bookplate by L. Bonham.

 

Research material (on 3 × 5 cards).

 

Sadakichi Hartmann miscellany (outline of grandchildren's hands, and sketches).

 

Ink illustrations by Sadakichi Hartmann for White Chrysanthemums (see oversized Box 37).

 

Artwork:

 

Ten sketches of/by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Background articles on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

N.Y. train schedule, 1940.

Box 35

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings.

 

Greenwich Village. Ed.: Guido Bruno, 1915.

 

Bruno's Weekly, several mentions of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

"Books: The Rubaiyat of Hartmann." Jeffrey Sussman. Manhattan Tribune, (June 5, 1971).

 

Hartmann-Eickemeyer TMsCC by Roger Hull.

 

Miscellaneous articles on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Articles with mention of Sadakichi Hartmann and reviews of his books.

 

Articles on photography by various authors.

 

Obituaries of photographers.

 

"The New York of the Novelists, Part III." Arthur B. Maurice. The Bookman, vol. 42, (Nov., 1915).

 

Photo-Secession. Robert Doty, 1960.

 

"Djuna's (Barnes) Exhibit." Bruno's Weekly.

 

Catalogue for sale of Mary M. Ward Library, 1913. (Original and photocopy).

 

Copyright form for Christ (photocopy).

 

Lists, including "Pictures disposed of."

Box 36

Lawton: Press-Enterprise series on Sadakichi Hartmann (5 files).

 

Article on Gene Fowler.

 

Article on Wistaria's suit against Fowler.

 

Articles about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Article about Enemy Alien Control.

 

First draft of "Editor's Introduction" for Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Index of names for the Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Newspaper advertisement for exhibit catalogue.

 

"Literary Hippie a Big Draw." Tom Patterson. Press-Enterprise, (Aug. 12, 1973).

 

Correspondence re.: Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Literary contracts of Knox and Lawton.

 

Miscellaneous articles.

 

Legal agreement between Sadakichi Hartmann and Gene Fowler (see oversized Box 37).

 

Theater articles possibly by Sadakichi Hartmann (see oversized Box 37).

 

Letterhead paper for Sadakichi Hartmann Newsletter.

 

Newsletter materials.

 

Japanese art materials and literature.

 

Research notebook.

 

Savings account booklets.

 

"Journey to Sadakichi" (poem) by Joe Weinberg.

 

Bogart list (of names and addresses in Sadakichi Hartmann's hand).

 

Miscellaneous papers.

 

References to Sadakichi Hartmann in The Mirror, 1905-1914.

 

Poems by Elizabeth Blanche Walsh.

Box 37

Oversized material previously listed.

 

Photographs

 

Sadakichi Hartmann photographs. circa 1889-1940.

Box 38, Folder 1

(1) Sadakichi Hartmann as he appeared as lecturer and entertainer at the Hotel Vendome, Boston. 1889.

Box 38, Folder 1

(2) Sadakichi Hartmann as he appeared as lecturer and entertainer at the Hotel Vendome, Boston (enlargement of #1). 1889.

Box 38, Folder 1

(3) Sadakichi Hartmann holding a child's hand. circa 1890.

Box 38, Folder 1

(4) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (possibly by Ben Yusuf). circa 1898.

Box 38, Folder 1

(5a-f) Contact prints: Sadakichi Hartmann holding a child's hand (duplicate of #3); Sadakichi Hartmann in front of an oriental screen; Sadakichi Hartmann profile; Two children; Sadakichi Hartmann with a child; Elizabeth Blanche Walsh.

Box 38, Folder 1

(6) Sadakichi Hartmann in front of an oriental screen (enlargement of #5b).

Box 38, Folder 2

(7) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr. (negative included). circa 1900.

Box 38, Folder 2

(8) Sadakichi Hartmann on chair with cigar by B.J. Falk. circa 1899.

Box 38, Folder 2

(9) Sadakichi Hartmann on chair with cigar by B.J. Falk (enlargement of #8). circa 1899.

Box 38, Folder 2

(10) Sadakichi Hartmann seated in a chair wearing a suit and hat. 1906.

Box 39a

(11) Sadakichi Hartmann on a pedestal, portrait by J.C. Strauss. circa 1905.

Box 39a

(12) J.C. Strauss and Sadakichi Hartmann pictured together wearing suits. 1905.

Box 38, Folder 2

(12a) J.C. Strauss and Sadakichi Hartmann pictured together wearing suits (duplicate of #12). 1905.

Box 38, Folder 2

(13) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by W.M. Hollinger. circa 1905 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(14) "Sidney Allan" portrait by J.C. Strauss. circa 1906 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(15) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Steichen. circa 1905 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(16) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by B.J. Falk. circa 1899.

Box 38, Folder 2

(17) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by B.J. Falk. circa 1899.

Box 38, Folder 2

(18) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by B.J. Falk. circa 1899.

Box 38, Folder 2

(19) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Paul Fournier.

Box 38, Folder 2

(20) "Sidney Allan" portrait by Strauss Studios. circa 1907 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(21) Sadakichi Hartmann and Professional Photographers' Society, Buffalo, NY. circa 1905 .

Box 39a

(21a) Sadakichi Hartmann and Professional Photographers' Society, Buffalo, NY (enlargement of #21). circa 1905 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(21a) Press cliipping of Sadakichi Hartmann and Professional Photographers' Society, Buffalo, NY. circa 1905 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(22) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Howard Beach. 1914 .

Box 38, Folder 2

(23) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by J.C. Strauss, St. Louis, MO. 1913 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(24) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait. circa 1915 .

Box 39a

(25) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (enlargement of #24). circa 1915 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(26) Sadakichi Hartmann at monument to Robert Louis Stevenson (signed), San Francisco, CA. 1916 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(27) Sadakichi Hartmann at monument to Robert Louis Stevenson (signed), San Francisco, CA (enlargement of #26). 1916 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(28) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (note on back: "Only good for a pastel sketch").

Box 38, Folder 3

(29) Sadakichi Hartmann snapshot (signed).

Box 38, Folder 3

(29a) Sadakichi Hartmann snapshot (mounted/signed).

Box 38, Folder 3

(30) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Schroeder. circa 1920 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(31) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Bessie Buehrman.

Box 39a

(31a) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Bessie Buehrman (duplicate of #31).

Box 38, Folder 3

(32) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by A.A. Nicolas, Kane, PA. 1912 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(33) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Van Dyck Studio, Denver, CO. 1916 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(34) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Dunbar Wright, San Francisco, CA (signed by Wright).

Box 38, Folder 3

(35) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Edward Weston (2 copies). 1917 .

Box 39a

(36) Sadakichi Hartmann as "Oswald." 1917.

Box 38, Folder 3

(37) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (inscription: "Merry Christmas, XVIII"). 1918 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(38) Sadakichi Hartmann reading "California Demokrat," San Francisco, CA. circa 1915 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(39) Sadakichi Hartmann profile (signed). 1914 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(40) Sadakichi Hartmann profile (signed). circa 1920 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(41) Sadakichi Hartmann and John Burroughs. 1920 .

Box 38, Folder 3

(42) Sadakichi Hartmann and John Burroughs (duplicate of #41).

Box 38, Folder 4

(43) Sadakichi Hartmann as court magician, partial picture, Sadakichi Hartmann held by hair. 1923 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(44) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (caption: "Life sentence for asthma").

Box 39a

(45) The Court Magician by C. Warrington.

Box 38, Folder 4

(46) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Klintworth.

Box 38, Folder 4

(47) Sadakichi Hartmann looking toward sky. 1926 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(48) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (caption on back: "Sadakichi Hartmann: his imitation of Joseph Conrad"). 1929 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(49) Sadakichi Hartmann front-on shot by Matt Moore. 1926 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(50) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Matt Moore.

Box 38, Folder 4

(51) Sadakichi Hartmann front-on shot by Matt Moore.

Box 38, Folder 4

(52) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Klintworth. 1922 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(53) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait; signed. 1929 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(54) Sadakichi Hartmann back (note on back: "My latest portrait--I wish I was as stout as the desert air makes me look"). circa 1929 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(55) Sadakichi Hartmann profile, looking down.

Box 38, Folder 4

(56) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait with pipe by Stockton, Hollywood, CA. 1925 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(57) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Arthur Ermates, Hollywood, CA (signed: "From Father, 1927"). 1927 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(58) Scene from The Thief of Bagdad. circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(59) Sadakichi Hartmann profile in costume from The Thief of Bagdad . circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(60) Sadakichi Hartmann from The Thief of Bagdad taken by Wistaria Hartmann Linton. circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(61) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait from The Thief of Bagdad taken by Wistaria Hartmann Linton. circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(62) Sadakichi Hartmann in costume from The Thief of Bagdad . circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(63) Sadakichi Hartmann in costume from The Thief of Bagdad taken by C. Warrington. circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(64) Sadakichi Hartmann in costume from The Thief of Bagdad taken by C. Warrington (duplicate of #63). circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(65) Sadakichi Hartmann in costume from The Thief of Bagdad taken by C. Warrington (enlargement of #63). circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(66) Scene with Sadakichi Hartmann from The Thief of Bagdad (includes negative). circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 4

(67) Scene with Sadakichi Hartmann from The Thief of Bagdad (enlargement of #66). circa 1940.

Box 38, Folder 5

(68) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by J. Ernest Mock. circa 1930 .

Box 38, Folder 5

(69) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by J. Ernest Mock.

Box 38, Folder 5

(69a) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by J. Ernest Mock (duplicate of #69).

Box 38, Folder 5

(70) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

Box 38, Folder 5

(71) Sadakichi Hartmann with Cliff Wesselman.

Box 38, Folder 5

(72) Sadakichi Hartmann in Tujunga, CA by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

Box 38, Folder 5

(73) Sadakichi Hartmann in Tujunga, CA by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (enlargement of #72).

Box 38, Folder 5

(74) Sadakichi Hartmann in Tujunga, CA by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

Box 38, Folder 5

(75) Sadakichi Hartmann in Tujunga, CA by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (enlargement of #74).

Box 38, Folder 5

(76) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack in Tujunga, CA. 1931 .

Box 38, Folder 5

(77a-h) Multiple images of "Essence of Sadakichi" by Herb Quick.

Box 39a

(77i) Image of "Essence of Sadakichi" by Herb Quick (enlargement of #77a-h).

Box 38, Folder 6

(78) Sadakichi Hartmann at Matt Moore's house.

Box 38, Folder 6

(79) Sadakichi Hartmann at Matt Moore's house.

Box 38, Folder 6

(80) Sadakichi Hartmann by Alfred Fabris.

Box 38, Folder 6

(81) Sadakichi Hartmann by Alfred Fabris (duplicate of #80).

Box 38, Folder 6

(82) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Alfred Fabris (includes negatives).

Box 38, Folder 6

(83) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Alfred Fabris (duplicarte of #82).

Box 38, Folder 6

(84) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Alfred Fabris.

Box 38, Folder 6

(85) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait when younger. circa 1900 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(86) Sadakichi Hartmann profile (caption on back: "Sadakichi puzzled about the generosity of bonus veterans"). 1936 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(87) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (cut), (caption on back: "Just another snap"). 1940 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(88) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandchildren (caption on back: "Methuselah and his grandchildren--or is it Lazarus!"). 1938 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(89) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandson Sargents Court pictures.

Box 38, Folder 6

(90) Sadakichi Hartmann in truck. circa 1937 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(91) Ben Berlin, Sadakichi Hartmann, and Raymond Brossard. 1935 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(92) Ben Berlin with "Flowering Decadent" (painting). 1937 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(93) Sadakichi Hartmann and Margery Winter. circa 1938 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(94) Raymond Brossard.

Box 38, Folder 6

(95) Sadakichi Hartmann at Sargents Court.

Box 38, Folder 6

(96) Sargents Court.

Box 38, Folder 6

(97) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait circa 1935 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(98) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Bob Davis for Davart Co., New York, NY. circa 1938 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(99) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Ewing, Washington, D.C. (caption: "A study of wrinkles" and signed by Sadakichi Hartmann). 1936 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(100) Sadakichi Hartmann with pastel, from Kay Ford. circa 1930 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(101) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait. circa 1930 .

Box 38, Folder 6

(102) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by C. Vernon Klintworth.

Box 38, Folder 6

(103) Sadakichi Hartmann in robe with pipe at Tujunga, CA by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

Box 38, Folder 6

(104) Sadakichi Hartmann next to trench.

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(105) Sadakichi Hartmann next to trench (enlargement of #104).

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(106) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

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(107) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann photographs. circa 1940-1944.

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(108) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait; inscribed at bottom: "Hink"? circa 1940.

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(109) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait; inscribed at bottom: "Hink"? (duplicate of #108).

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(110) Sadakichi Hartmann snapshot (caption on back: "Up to his old tricks seeing his horse come in last The Great Also Ran"). 1942 .

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(111) Sadakichi Hartmann seated on rocks.

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(112) Sadakichi Hartmann with three grandchildren.

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(113) Sadakichi Hartmann in St. Petersburg (note on back: "Left Morgans' " and mentions letter to Henry Morgenthau).

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(114) Sadakichi Hartmann visiting the Fowlers Catclaw Siding shack (in envelope):

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(115) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting on rock.

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(116) Sadakichi Hartmann in front of shack under construction.

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(117) Sadakichi Hartmann in front of shack under construction (enlargement of #116).

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(118) Sadakichi Hartmann in front of shack under construction (duplicate of #116).

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(119) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting in uncompleted shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

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(120) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting in uncompleted shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (duplicate of #119).

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(121) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting in uncompleted shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (duplicate of #119).

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(122) Sadakichi Hartmann watching construction of shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

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(122a) Sadakichi Hartmann watching construction of shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (enlargement of #122).

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(122a) Sadakichi Hartmann watching construction of shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (enlargement of #122).

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(122b) Sadakichi Hartmann watching construction of shack by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (enlargement of #122).

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(123) Completed shack.

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(124) Sadakichi Hartmann watering plants by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

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(125) Sadakichi Hartmann watering plants by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (duplicate of #124).

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(126) Sadakichi Hartmann watering plants by Wistaria Hartmann Linton (duplicate of #124).

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(127) Sadakichi Hartmann looking at flowers.

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(128) Sadakichi Hartmann looking at flowers (duplicate of #127).

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(129) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack. 1941 .

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(130) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack (enlargement of #129 with caption on back: "How it looks now from the east").

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(131) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack (enlargement of #129).

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(131a) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack (enlargement of #129).

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(131b) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack (enlargement of #129).

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(132) Sadakichi Hartmann exiting shack by Wistaria.

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(133) Sadakichi Hartmann exiting shack.

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(134) Shack before completion.

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(135) Shack before completion.

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(136) Fence posts, road, and mountains.

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(137) Fence posts.

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(138) Road (inscribed: "Road that leadeth to the poet's shack"). 1939..

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(139) Shack (note on back: "Father's shack and San Jacinto").

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(140) Shack under construction. 1938.

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(141) Sadakichi Hartmann at gate (caption: "You see, the gate is made out of the end of an iron bed stead; will the horsehoe bring me any luck!"). 1943.

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(142a) Sadakichi Hartmann standing at the gate in front of his shack (negative of #142).

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(142b-c) Sadakichi Hartmann standing at the gate in front of his shack (enlargements of #142).

 

Series of four pictures of Sadakichi Hartmann's shack. circa 1950.

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(143) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

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(144) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

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(145) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

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(146) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack under construction.

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(146a) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack under construction (duplicate copy of #146).

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(147) Walter Linton's house By Cliff Wesselman.

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(148) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandchildren.

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(149) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandchildren (duplicate of #148).

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(150) Sadakichi Hartmann with Wistaria's whole family.

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(150b) Sadakichi Hartmann with Wistaria's whole family (duplicate of #150).

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(151) Sadakichi Hartmann and Wesselman playing chess.

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(152) Sadakichi Hartmann at chess board (caption on back: "A novel opening").

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(153) Sadakichi Hartmann with hand in front of face.

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(154) Sadakichi Hartmann with mountains in background.

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(155) Sadakichi Hartmann with mountains in background.

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(156) Sadakichi Hartmann with hands on hips.

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(157) Sadakichi Hartmann with hands on hips.

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(158) Sadakichi Hartmann with hands on hips (duplicate of #157 with caption: "What weather is it in the world today!").

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(159) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait (caption: "What's to be done?..." signed by Sadakichi Hartmann). circa 1940.

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(160) Sadakichi Hartmann profile (signed by Wesselman and Sadakichi Hartmann). 1940.

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(161) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

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(162) Sadakichi Hartmann with John Barrymore as Hamlet.

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(163) Sadakichi Hartmann with John Barrymore as Hamlet (enlargement of #162).

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(164) Sadakichi Hartmann with John Barrymore as Hamlet.

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(165) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Fabris. circa 1940.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann's family.

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(167) Osada; Sadakichi Hartmann's mother (negative included).

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(168) Carl Herman Oscar Hartmann; Sadakichi Hartmann's father.

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(168a-c) Carl Herman Oscar Hartmann; Sadakichi Hartmann's father (enlargements of #168).

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(169) Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother.

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(170) Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother (enlargement of #169).

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(171) Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother (enlargement of #169).

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(172) Sadakichi Hartmann and his brother, Taru.

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(173) Captain Coles; Sadakichi Hartmann boarded with him 1880-1883.

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(174) Captain Coles; Sadakichi Hartmann boarded with him 1880-1883 (enlargement of #173).

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(175) Sadakichi Hartmann as a naval cadet (?).

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(176) Sadakichi Hartmann at age 13.

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(176a-b) Sadakichi Hartmann at age 13 (negatives of #176).

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(177) Anna Heyne; companion of Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother and his governess.

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(178) Anna Heyne; companion of Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother and his governess (enlargement of #177).

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(179) Sadakichi Hartmann's father.

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(180) Sadakichi Hartmann's father.

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(181) Sadakichi Hartmann's father and stepmother.

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(182) Aunt Lucille (?).

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(183) Aunt Lucille (?) (enlargement of #182).

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(184) Aunt Lucille's mother.

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(185) Aunt Lucille's mother (enlargement of #184).

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(186) Sheet of 19 contact prints.

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(187) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene.

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(188) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene (enlargement of #187).

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(188a-b) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene (enlargement of #187).

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(189) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene (negative of #187).

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(190) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene (negative of #187).

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(191) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh color slide of portrait in frame.

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(192) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh color slide of portrait in frame (negative of #191).

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(193) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh color slide of portrait in frame (enlargement of #191).

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(193a) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh color slide of portrait in frame (enlargement of #191).

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(194) Anne Throop portrait. 1894.

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(195) Anne Throop portrait (enlargement of #194).

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(196) Anne Throop portrait (enlargement of #194).

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(197) Anne Throop portrait (enlargement of #194).

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(198) Lillian Bonham portrait.

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(199) Lillian Bonham portrait.

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(200) Lillian Bonham portrait.

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(201) Lillian Bonham portrait.

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(202) Lillian Bonham portrait.

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(203) Martha of Basel.

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(204) Martha of Basel.

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(205) Lillian Bonham's profile portrait .

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(206) Lillian Bonham sitting in garden.

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(207) Unk, Lillian Bonham, and Wistaria Hartmann.

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(208) Unk, Lillian Bonham, and Wistaria Hartmann (enlargment of #207).

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(209) Lillian Bonham and three children.

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(210) Lillian Bonham's profile in Denver, CO. 1916

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Album of Lillian Bonham's post-card sketches of Sadakichi Hartmann.

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(211) Wistaria Hartmann as child by Sadakichi Hartmann.

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(212) Wistaria Hartmann as child by Sadakichi Hartmann (duplicate of #211).

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(213) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(214) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(215) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(216) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(217) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(218) Wistaria Hartmann as child.

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(219) Wistaria Hartmann as adult in bathing suit.

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(220) Wistaria Hartmann Linton with her children and husband. 1941.

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(221) Marigold Linton. 1936

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(222) Marigold Linton in bathing suit. 1953.

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(223) Marigold Linton in bathing suit (duplicate of #222).

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(224) Marigold Linton at her graduation. 1954.

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(225) Marigold Linton in darkroom.

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(226) Grandson with wheelbarrow. 1936

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(227) Grandson with monkey on his back.

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(228) Grandson with a pile of bricks. 1930

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(229) Grandson at the ocean.

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(230) Paul Hartmann portrait, Tampa, FL. 1969.

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(231) Paul Hartmann portrait, Tampa, FL.

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(232) Contact sheet of Sadakichi Hartmann's grave in St. Petersburg, FL.

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(233) Picture of Sadakichi Hartmann's hand. circa 1930.

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(234) Sadakichi Hartmann's signature.

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(235) Lillian Bonham with Marigold and Wistaria taken in Buffalo, New York by Sadakichi Hartmann (negative included).

 

Artwork

Note

All items are photographs of originals unless otherwise noted.
 

Artwork by Sadakichi Hartmann

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(235) Head of Christ.

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(236) Head of Christ (negative of #235).

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(237) Head of Christ (enlargement of #235).

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(238) Head of Christ (enlargement of #235).

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(239) Head of Christ (enlargement of #235).

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(240) Watercolor, 4×6 (original).

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(241) Pencil profile (original).

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(242) Oil landscape, 9×12 (original).

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(243) "October Fiesta" pencil sketch (original).

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(244) "Boat" pencil sketch (original).

 

Sculptures of Sadakichi Hartmann.

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(245) Relief by Lillian Bonham.

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(246) Bust by Ejnar Hansen.

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(247) Bust by Ejnar Hansen (duplicate of #246).

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(248) Bust (author unknown).

 

Sketches and watercolor of Sadakichi Hartmann.

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(249) Portrait by Marx.

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(250) Pencil sketch by F.H. Thompkins, Boston. 1893

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(251) Self-portrait (?).

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(251a) Self-portrait (?) (duplicate of #251).

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(252) Sketch by Leslie Caudwell. 1894

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(253) Sketch by E. Gordigiani. 1897.

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(254) Sketch by E. Gordigiani (enlargement of #253).

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(255) Sketch by E. Gordigiani (enlargement of #253).

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(256) Sketch by E. Gordigiani (enlargement of #253).

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(257) Portrait by John Decker.

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(257a-b) Portrait by John Decker (duplicates of #257).

 

Ink drawings of Sadakichi Hartmann.

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(258) Sadakichi Hartmann seated by John Decker.

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(259) Sadakichi Hartmann reading Poe at Schindler's by Boris Deutsch. 1928

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(259a) Sadakichi Hartmann reading Poe at Schindler's by Boris Deutsch (duplicate of #259). 1928

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(259b) Sadakichi Hartmann reading Poe at Schindler's by Boris Deutsch (negative of #259). 1928

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(260) Sadakichi Hartmann by L.G.

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(261) Sadakichi Hartmann by L.G. (enlargement of #260).

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(262) Sadakichi Hartmann with Denver caption by Lillian Bonham.

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(263) Sadakichi Hartmann with children by Lillian Bonham.

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(264) Sadakichi Hartmann with pagoda head by Lillian Bonham.

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(265) "The Critic" by Lillian Bonham.

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(266) "Madonna" by Raymond Brossard; Christmas card (original).

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(267) Ink sketch of Sadakichi Hartmann by Raymond Brossard (original).

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(267a) Ink sketch of Sadakichi Hartmann by Raymond Brossard (2 leaves; original).

 

Paintings

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(268) Brochure, "The Paintings of John S. Coppin" featuring an image of a full length portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann. circa 1954

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(269) Full length portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann by John S. Coppin.

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(270) Portrait by John Decker, with note from Sadakichi Hartmann about colors. 1940.

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(271) Portrait by Peter Krasnow. circa 1930.

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(272) Profile by Frederick Dana Marsh.

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(273) Portrait by Marvin Beerbohm. 1940.

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(274) Cubist portrait by Ben Berlin.

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(275) Cubist portrait by Raymond Brossard.

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(275a) Portrait by Ray Brossard (smaller version of #275).

 

Miscellaneous

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(276) Ink of Bruno's Garret by Herb Rota

 

circa 1889, (277) Yvette Guilbert, actress, Paris

 

(278) Coquelin, French comedian

 

(279) Mallarmé

 

(280) Joseph Jefferson

 

1887, (281) Montlitury

 

1885, (282) Befreiungshalle

 

(283) D. Garrick, English actor

 

(284) Sadi Constant, French actress (autographed)

 

1895, (285) Frank J. Kernan, actor (autographed)

 

(286) Eleonora Duse, Italian actress

 

(287) Rachel, French actress

 

(288) Enlargement of #287

 

(289) Mallarmé

 

(290) Dr. Guy Bogart with Sadakichi Hartmann pastel

 

(291) Captions for UCR exhibition

 

UCR exhibition:

 

(292) Old photo equipment

 

(293) Couple

 

UCR exhibition:

 

(294) Display case of Sadakichi Hartmann books and articles

 

(295) Display case of scrapbooks and manuscripts

 

(296) Bust and pictures of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(297) Exhibition room

 

(298) Correspondence and picture

 

(299) Dramas

 

1920, (300) Group of men

 

(301) Pamphlet for Leaves on the Water

 

(302) Karl Kipp

 

(303) Matt Moore (signed)

 

(304) Zaida Ben-Yusuf, self-portrait

 

(305) Walt Whitman relief by Lillian Bonham (oversize)

 

Negatives

Note

(all items listed below are reproductions unless otherwise noted)
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From The Valiant Knights of Daguerre:

 

(306) Advertisement for Camera Notes by Sinclair

 

(307) Advertisement for Camera Work by Marius de Zayas

 

(308) Advertisement for the Ilotype Company

 

(309) Sadakichi Hartmann by Howard D. Beach

 

(310) "Mutual Attraction" by Curtis Bell

 

(311) "Ravvy and Caddy" by Curtis Bell

 

(312) "Two Little Dutch Girls" by Jeanne E. Bennett

 

(313) Untitled by Jeanne E. Bennett

 

(314) Whistler by Giovanni Boldini

 

(315) "Waiting for Fair Weather in Brittany" by W.G. Gorthell

 

(316) "The Goose Picker" by Nellie Coutant

 

(317) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh portrait by Frank Eugene

 

(318) Bertha Galland and "Nicky" by B.J. Falk

 

(319) "Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight" by B.J. Falk

 

(320) "Girl Feeding Birds" by B.J. Falk

 

(321) B.J. Falk portrait

 

(322) "May Morning" by J.H. Field

 

(323) "A Pastorale" by Louis Fleckenstein

 

(324) Elias Goldensky, Philadelphia, Pa.

 

(325) Meredith Janvier, Baltimore, Md.

 

(326) Lone Bear by Gertrude Kasebier

 

(327) "At Rest" by Burr McIntosh

 

(328) "Iron Man" Joe McGinnity by Burr McIntosh

 

(329) Lou Dillon by Burr McIntosh

 

(330) J.E. Mock, Rochester, N.Y.

 

1850, (331) Niagara Falls, N.Y., July

 

(332) "Sleeping Girl" by W. and G. Parrish

 

(333) "The Butterfly" by Adolf Petzold

 

(334) "A Girl Dancing" by Henry H. Pierce, Boston, Mass.

 

(335) Untitled by Henry H. Pierce, Boston, Mass.

 

(336) "The Bridge" by J.W. Schuler

 

(337) "Madame G." by Elizabeth Flint Wade and Rose Clark

 

(338) "A Franz Hals Type" by Elizabeth Flint Wade and Rose Clark

 

(339) "The Newspaper Office at Night" by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

(340) "The New York City Hall at Midnight" by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

(341) "The Plaza, New York, N.Y." by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

(342) "The Single Building" by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

(343) "A Torch Light Parade on Fifth Avenue on a Wet Night" by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

(344) "George Washington Statue on the Steps of the Subtreasury in Wall Street" by W.M. Van der Weyde

 

1903, (345) Captain de Witt, Princton, N.J.

 

(346) "In Brittany" by Walter Zimmerman

 

(347) "A Vitre Street" by Walter Zimmerman

 

Famous photographers: Zaida Ben-Yusuf

 

(348) Anthony Hope

 

(349) Governor Roosevelt

 

(350) Portrait of a Lady

 

Bessie Buehrmann

 

(351) An Artist

 

(352) In a Paris Studio

 

(353) Portrait

 

(354) Donald Robertson

 

F. Holland Day

 

(355) The Gainsboro Hat

 

(356) "I Thirst"

 

(357) Miss Ben-Yusuf

 

Rudolf Duhrkoop

 

(358) Child Study

 

(359) Head of a Girl

 

(360) Portrait of an Old Lady

 

(361) Study

 

(362) Young Man in the Panama Hat

 

Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr.

 

(363) A Decorative Study

 

(364) Fleur-de-lis

 

(365) Halycon Days

 

(366) Late Afternoon in Winter

 

(367) Portraits of Mrs. R. and son

 

(368) Untitled portrait

 

(369) When Age Comes Stealing On

 

Frank Eugene

 

(370) Adam and Eve

 

(371) The Horse

 

(372) Lady of Charlotte

 

(373) Man in Armor

 

(374) Miss Jones

 

(375) Miss Lillian

 

(376) Nude: A Study

 

(377) Sir Henry Irving

 

(378) Untitled portrait of a woman

 

(379) Untitled portrait of a man

 

Benjamin Joseph Falk

 

(380) H. Snowden Ward

 

(381) Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(382) Untitled (man sitting with book and flowers)

 

John H. Garo

 

(383) H.H. Kiston, Sculptor

 

Elias Goldensky

 

(384) Gum print

 

(385) Imber, Esq.

 

(386) Untitled portrait of a woman

 

Hobart

 

(387) "Billie" Burke

 

W.M. Hollinger

 

(388) Untitled portrait of a child

 

(389) Untitled portrait of a man

 

(390) Untitled (woman and child)

 

Meredith Janvier

 

(391) Dr. Jacobi, New York

 

(392) Untitled (woman and child with a book)

 

Gertrude Kasebier

 

(393) Blessed Art Thou Among Women

 

(394) Portrait

 

(395) Untitled (woman on ground mending clothes)

 

Pirie MacDonald

 

(396) General Adna R. Chaffee

 

(397) Louise Gunning

 

Burr McIntosh

 

(398) The Meadows

 

(399) Walter J. Travis, American Golf Champion

 

J. Ernest Mock

 

(400) Untitled portrait of a woman

 

Frederick I. Monson

 

(401) At the Well--Hopi Land

 

(402) The Canyon de Chelly

 

Henry Havelock Pierce

 

(403) Untitled portrait of a man

 

Guido Rey

 

(404) The Cage of the Blackbird

 

(405) Ciociara

 

(406) The Encyclopaedist

 

(407) Feeding the Pigeons

 

(408) Lady Tying Her Bonnet

 

(409) Morning Prayer

 

Edward J. Steichen

 

(410) The Flatiron Building

 

(411) In Memoriam

 

(412) The Little Round Mirror

 

(413) Rodin: Le Penseur

 

Adolf Stieglitz

 

(414) The Terminal

 

J.C. Strauss

 

(415) Convention Picture

 

(416) Miss Maude Hellman and J.C. Strauss

 

(417) Portrait

 

Clarence H. White

 

(418) Morning

 

Maude Wilson

 

(419) Among the Hills

 

(420) An Altar-Dresser, San Juan Capistrano

 

(421) Mist from the Ocean

 

(422) Santa Barbara Mission

 

Negatives by unknown photographers

 

(423) City Street Scene, people with umbrellas

 

(424) Nude child at ocean

 

(425) Man with overcoat and hat

 

(426) Woman at door examining dress material of another woman

 

(427) Woman at a door

 

(428) Woman playing piano

 

(429) Woman with umbrella and bonnet

 

(430) Woman and child in a chair

 

(431) Woman seated holding a small pitcher

 

(432) Woman seated next to a small copy of statue of Venus de Milo

 

(433) Three women seated, man standing at door

 

(434) Nude woman, torso

 

(435) Profile of an Indian woman

 

(436) Portrait of a lady

 

(437) Small trees with buildings in background

 

(438) Portrait of a child

 

(439) Portrait of a man with head resting on his hand

 

(440) Portrait of a man

 

(441) Portrait of a man

 

(442) Portrait of a man

 

Miscellaneous negatives

 

(443) Ben Berlin, Sadakichi Hartmann, Ray Brossard

 

(444) Ben Berlin, Sadakichi Hartmann, Ray Brossard

 

(445) Ray Brossard, standing

 

(446) Ray Brossard, sitting

 

(447) Ben Berlin and Margery Winter

 

(448) Sadakichi Hartmann in truck, Ray Brossard dancing

 

(449) Ben Berlin, Sadakichi Hartmann, Margery Winter

 

(450) Sargents Court

 

(451) Margery Winter, Sadakichi Hartmann at Sargents Court

 

(452) Sadakichi Hartmann and Margery Winter

 

(453) Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(454) Line drawings of faces

 

(455) Margery Winter and Ben Berlin

 

(456) Ronald P------, Sadakichi Hartmann, and Margery Winter

 

(457) Ray Brossard dancing

 

(458) Ray Brossard standing

 

(459) Ray Brossard sitting

 

(460) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Bruguiere

 

(461) Bust of Sadakichi Hartmann by Ejnar Hansen

 

(462) Same as #461

 

(463) Same as #461

 

(464) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Peter Krasnow

 

(465) Sadakichi Hartmann reading Poe by Peter Krasnow

 

(466) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Polowetski (two copies)

 

(467) Stieglitz and Kitty by Steichen

 

(468) Flatiron Building by Steichen

 

(469) Typed quote

 

(470) Guido Bruno caricatures by Herb Rota

 

Negatives from Sadakichi Hartmann catalogue

 

(471) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Marvin Beerbohm

 

(472) The Birth of Sadakichi Hartmann by Raymond Brossard

 

(473) Cubist portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann by Raymond Brossard

 

(474) Sadakichi Hartmann thinking of Heliogabalus by Raymond Brossard

 

(475) Portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann by John Decker

 

(476) Sadakichi Hartmann by Ejnar Hansen

 

(477) The Old Philosopher by Ejnar Hansen

 

(478) Garret-Splendor by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(479) The Acrobat and the Magician by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(480) The Redheaded Woman by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

(481) Sadakichi Hartmann Reading His Poetry to an Invalid by Peter Krasnow

 

(482) Sadakichi Hartmann Reading His Poetry to Young People by Peter Krasnow

 

(483) Sadakichi Hartmann by Albert Rosenthal

 

(484) Robert Bruce Pierce portrait by Abraham Bogardus

 

(485) Untitled (man) by Bogardus

 

(486) La Fille Au Capuchon by Jeanne E. Bennett

 

(487) Three Women in a Field

 

Extra prints of illustrations for Valiant Knights of Daguerre

Box 40A

(488) Sadakichi Hartmann by Howard Beach

 

(489) Two Little Dutch Girls by Jeanne E. Bennett

 

(490) Elizabeth Blanche Walsh by Frank Eugene

 

(491) Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight by B.J. Falk

 

(492) Girl feeding birds by B.J. Falk

 

(493) Same as #492

 

(494) Same as #492

 

(495) Winter Evening by John H. Garo

 

(496) Elias Goldensky portrait

 

(497) Waiting for Fair Weather in Brittany by W.G. Gorthell

 

(498) Meredith Janvier portrait

 

(499) Sadakichi Hartmann by Gertrude Kasebier

 

(500) Lou Dillon, World's Champion Trotter by Burr McIntosh

 

1850, (501) Niagara Falls, N.Y., July

 

(502) Sleeping Girl by W. and G. Parrish

 

(503) Henry H. Pierce portrait

 

(504) A Dancing Girl by Henry H. Pierce

 

(505) A Franz Hals Type by Elizabeth Flint Wade and Rose Clark

 

(506) Madame G. by Elizabeth Flint Wade and Rose Clark

 

(507) George Washington Statue on the Steps of the Subtreasury on Wall Street by Van der Weyde

 

(508) The New York City Hall at Midnight by Van der Weyde

 

Negatives commissioned by Sidney Berger

Box 40A

(534) Images of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Tape recordings made by Harry Lawton

Note

(all items are photos of originals unless otherwise noted)
Box 40B

(509) Harold Anton

 

(510) Harold Anton

 

(511) Claude Ballard

 

(512) Claude Ballard

 

(513) Ray Brossard

 

(514) Helga Hansen

 

(515) Atma and Paul Hartmann

 

(516) Atma and Paul Hartmann

 

(517) Atma and Paul Hartmann

 

(518) Atma and Paul Hartmann

 

(519) Atma and Paul Hartmann

 

(520) Stanley Kimmel

 

(521) Stanley Kimmel

 

(522) Peter Krasnow

 

(523) Ray Rosen

 

(524) Ray Rosen

 

(525) Leon Salter

 

(526) Harry Weber

 

(527) Harry Weber

 

(528) Unlabelled

 

(529) Unlabelled

 

(530) Unlabelled

 

(531) Unlabelled

 

(532) Unlabelled

 

(533) Unlabelled

 

Tape recordings from the Will Fowler Collection made by Gene Fowler

Note

(These recordings are located in Box 3 of the Will Fowler Collection)
 

Sides 1 & 2: On Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sides 3 & 4: On Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sides 5 & 6: Reminiscing about Sadakichi Hartmann and Decker

 

Sides 7 & 8: Reminiscing about Sadakichi Hartmann and Decker

 

Sides 9 & 10: On Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Posthumous Publications

Box 41

White Chrysanthemums, Literary Fragments and Pronouncements, by Sadakichi Hartmann Compiled and edited from writings of the period 1891-1944 by George Knox and Harry Lawton.

 

1. Earliest typescript

 

2. First draft (two copies)

 

3. Original draft (final)

 

4. Printer's copy of final draft

 

5. Galley proofs (two copies)

 

6. Master reproductions

 

7. Page proofs

 

Lillian Bonham's Diaries*

 

Diaries (photocopies)

Box 42

July, 1907 - February, 1908

 

August, 1908 - January 13, 1909

 

January 20 - July, 1909

 

January - October, 1912

 

November, 1912 - May, 1913

 

January - December, 1914

 

January, 1915 - October, 1916

Box 43

February, 1917 - July, 1921

 

January, 1922 - December, 1923

 

June, 1924 - June, 1925

 

January, 1927 - April, 1929

 

December, 1937 - March, 1939

 

Typed transcriptions of the Diary

Box 43

August 28, 1913 - February 24, 1917

 

1 leaf, 1908

 

July 11, 1907 - January 12, 1908

 

Lillian Bonham literary works (photocopies)

Box 43

"The Flower Smeller" (poem). The Little Review, vol. III, (April, 1917) no. 10. (The Vers Libre Contest).

 

Artwork by Lillian Bonham

Box 43

Card advertising Sadakichi Hartmann's books with cartoon of him on reverse side, circa 1910.

 

Design for "The Phoenix," October, 1915. (Two copies).

 

Self-portrait, August, 1907 (with note re: Sadakichi Hartmann's first meeting with L.B.)

 

Clipping from magazine, print of Sadakichi Hartmann relief by L.B.

 

Ink drawing of elderly man.

 

Drawing, title indecipherable.

 

Cartoon, "Sadakichi, like a true gentleman, bets on the horses that also ran."

 

Original art for Sadakichi Hartmann bookplate. (One photocopy of the reverse).

 

Cartoon, "Art in Denver is a rarity/This Sadakichi saw with clarity/Sadly he assumed a minor role/Went to his bin and chopped 'post'-coal."

 

Portrait, "Sadakichi on a Sat. night." (photocopy and velox).

 

Correspondence from Wistaria to Lillian Bonham

Box 43

1930, Aug. 15. TS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Krasnow and Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1933, June 8. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 p.
 

1933, June 24. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 p.
 

1937, April 8. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

No date. ALS. Banning, Ca. (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

Correspondence from Lillian Bonham to Wistaria

Box 43

1931, Feb. 9. ALS. From Tansy.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

1931, Feb. 9 & 10. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

1932, Jan. 27. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

With enclosure from Astor.
 

193-, Feb. 5. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

193-, Feb. 27, ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

With P.S. and enclosure of letter and drawing by Jonquil.
 

1932, March 2. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

1932, March 2. ALS. From Tansy to Wistaria.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

1932, March 4. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.
 

1932, Jan. 22. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

With enclosure from Jonquil of a poem asking about a new pair of shoes.
 

Miscellaneous Research Materials

 

Letters to Harry Lawton and George Knox

Box 44

Letters to Harry Lawton and George Knox

Scope and Content Note

re: Sadakichi Hartmann
 

Photocopies of Sadakichi Hartmann's works

Box 45 (oversized)

My Rubaiyat

 

Bruno Chap Books, Tanka and Haikai

 

Japanese Rhythms

 

My Rubaiyat, third edition

 

Last Thirty Days of Christ (four copies)

 

Photocopies of scrapbooks

Box 46 (oversized)

Pringle scrapbook: Sadakichi Hartmann's art essays

 

"Red" scrapbook

 

Atma Dorothea Gilliland, two scrapbooks

 

Extra pages of scrapbooks

List Addendum

Box 11a, Folder 1

1907, October 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

She is out of town, he wishes he could had been with her "during the day when the sun shines in early in the morning."
Box 11a, Folder 1

1907, October 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, n.p.

Scope and Content Note

He wants her to stick to her program, she is traveling too fast for him.
Box 11a, Folder 2

1909, August 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Philadelphia, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He wonders why she thinks he will object of her going to visit her sick mother!
Box 11a, Folder 2

1909, August 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he had "packed up things with the studio."
Box 11a, Folder 3

1910, January 25

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants his wife to stop "weeping. Thre is no earthly use in that unless it gives you pleasure."
Box 11a, Folder 3

1910, April, 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, San Francisco, CA
Box 11a, Folder 3

1910, October 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes, "I like to drink and want to drink but not too much, and that is more difficult than not drinking at all. It takes more will power."
Box 11a, Folder 3

1910, November 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He believes he is a little nearer to the goal, but does not know yet "exactly how I have made out."
Box 11a, Folder 3

1910, November 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

A letter containing money order "got astray, but it will be traced, so it will reach me, I hope, soon."
Box 11a, Folder 4

1911, October 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He compares porches of Erie with Buffelo.
Box 11a, Folder 4

1911, December 20

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Kane, Pa.
Box 11a, Folder 5

1912, August 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Philadelphia, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending a receipt of the insurance of the "goods" that he is mailing.
Box 11a, Folder 5

1912, August 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, n.p.

Scope and Content Note

His asthma is "pretty bad."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, December 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

He writes his lectures "now don't take place at all, there is a general revolt...I can tell it some day to you much better than explain it by writiing."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, February 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He still does not know if he will stay in St. Louis. He is wondering how the children are changing and is hoping that "growing more beautiful than your description."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, December 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He is listing a list of things that his wife should send him.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, December 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He thinks his Western campaign has begun; there was an article in the paper of Sunday, December 6 issue, "I may soon start something but I am badly handicapped by lack of money."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, November 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He has moved to a new address and has seen a few poeple, "things seems to be rather slow...today is Sunday, and I well see nobody but just write letters."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, November 26

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Columbus, Ohio

Scope and Content Note

He has always money problem. In this letter he is trying to comfort his wife, "I am sorry, dear, that your debts worry you. Mine do too, but cheer up, we will get along somehow."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, November 25

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Columbus, Ohio

Scope and Content Note

He had lunch with a family in their house; he writes "we too some day will have a palace that W. & M. can play in it."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, November 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Columbus, Ohio

Scope and Content Note

He finds it almost impossible to meet the exact hour of the appointments.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, October 27

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

Schmidt is finally coming back, so he would know what he is going to do, "I am rather tired and disgusted and upset."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, October 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

Ford is running for Senate, representing Lansing, Mich.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, October 17

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

One evening at the hotel, six people came to him and introduced themeselves. He believes they recognized him from his pictures in the newspapers or in his books, and he finds it "quite remarkable."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, October 14

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

He will give a talk to the students of the School of Design; after the talk there will be tea and he is "supposed to meet a very rich old lady."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, October 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Detroit, Mich.

Scope and Content Note

He lost his cane on the way to Detroit.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, December 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He writes "I'll come home after my St. Louis experience, I rather starve in S.A. than here." He aslo says that streets are filled with unemployed people, who have no money to spare.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, February 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

Followup to his February 8 letter
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

After his lecture, there will be a party where 200 people are invited.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He hopes his lecture "will be a huge success." Afte the lecture buffet lunch will be served.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he had forgotten to take the "cut of the bookplate with" him.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He wants her to send him the gas bill that he "will attend to it."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 26

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He has been appointed the director of an "X" art school.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 31

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

While sleeping he swollowed his plate, which had stucked in his throat, and had to go to the hospital to have it pull out.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, February 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

It seems his wife did not like two people that he was working with in St. Louis, "nor I am astonished that you did not like them - whom did you ever like - it is not necessary either, but it is nice if you can get along with all people and care just for a few."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, February 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending her money for the gas bill and informs her that he is having a new plate made.
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, February 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He has received the news of the birth of his second daughter; wonders how Wistaria reacted to her and writes that "will know this week wether I am going to stay in St. Louis or not."
Box 11a, Folder 6

1914, January 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that the "book does not sell as well as it should be. I am listing it but that cost money."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 5 pp., ALS, Savannah, Ga.

Scope and Content Note

He describes his trip from Baltimore to Savannah on a boat. He writes that "this will be a memorable trip as it is the first time I really go South...The passengers are rather dull, hardly a pretty woman on board...a lot of old men, and some big fat men and women that eat... quantities of the rather good food."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 26

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He went to see Ryder. He thinks he looks a men over 70. He writes "what is the matter with all men that they degenerate so early in life."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He complains about money, "if I can make...money, what is the use of leading a strenuous life."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He finally has a check to pay the gas bill and the rent.
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Atlanta, Ga.

Scope and Content Note

On his way from Washington to New York, he will go to the "Theresa after all, as I can get special rates and it is more centrally located."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Atlanta, Ga.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he does not "regret of having made the trip, I get a lot of material for pictures and a story, I always wanted to write something about the colored people, and this it may lead to something else in the picture."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Savannah, Ga.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about the gallery, "no arts and craft ... not even a first class photographer, but quite a good gallery, with some excellent pictures." (it includes an excerpt about his impression of Sevannah and the gallery)
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Savannah, Ga.

Scope and Content Note

He describes houses in Savannah; he writes about the branches of the trees, "strange, are also the yellow leaves." About the cemetery, "is the much beautiful cemetery I have ever seen."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, February 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

Mock wants him to write another article about him and that will "square the debt." He wants his wife to send him the pholto of Mock, which he believes is "in...suitcase in the grey cardboard."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is going to Atlanta, after that he will be back to New York to start a ...movement, "I mean perform some plays..."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, November 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He promises his wife to pay the gas bill, and will do his best to raise a part of the money that they owe to the landlord.
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Baltimore, Md.

Scope and Content Note

He is in the train for Baltimore. He will try to get home for Christmas, if only for a day or two.
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, February 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Binghamton, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

It seems he owes to his landlord some $45.00 rent. He wants her to write to their friend Carl E. Schmidt for money, "flatter him a little."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is in New York to make some money, but so far he has only two dollers to send to his wife. He is pleased that the hall where he gave a talk was full, and 20-30 people were standing.
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, December 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his second meeting being as "crowded as first, even more so...The audience is not as stupid as you may think--guite a number of artists, Jewish poets, librry girls, etc."
Box 11a, Folder 6a

1915, September 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Cleveland, Ohio

Scope and Content Note

He writes about "Old Schmidt" who had opened a new pashionable place near the hotel. "Strange that people who have enough money to retire always want to make more."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, April 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes her that he has not written to her brother, only long time ago to her mather, who it seems, has neglected to mention it to her. "Nobody has a right to dictate to you." He wants her to come to St. Louis, "Nobody will make trouble, if you love me and trust me absolutely. Thie is an education for all of us."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, February 20

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 PP., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Follow up. It seems they have forged checks in addition to other illegal activities. He writes that going to prison does not concern him, "I don't care if I go to jail for 5 years, you will too."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, March 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 14 pp., ALS, Philadelphia, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He tells his wife that he has been always loyal to her and has not been with other women for the last 4 years. He promised to take care of her, "if you are really dying away...I will take care of you and nurse you as nobody else can."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, March 17

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 5 pp., ALS, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know why she sold the furniture, how much she got, who sold it for her, "this is absolutely necessary for my welfare." (includes pictures)
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, March 30?

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wishes her happiness, "be happy if you can, but you have destroyed my life and happiness completely...I do not blame you; well what is the use. So long for the last time."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, November 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He likes San Francisco; he wants her to move there with her children...but before she moves she should sell a picture of Hughes...he is always in need of money.
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, February 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Another follow up letter, "you will come back to me by the 29th of February...or I will make public all those little transactions...I absolutely mean what I said...I do not care what happens to me."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, February 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes, "I love you, and will die without you, so please do what you can, by the 26th (in Sadakichi Hartmann will cease to exist) at 12 p.m. that night," then he adds (just kiding).
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, April 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, St. Lous, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He wants her to meet him at Denver to dicide where to go from there. "We won't stay there...You do not need to be afraid of anything, besides they do not need to know." It seems he is referring to the problems that they were having.
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, January 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is booked for about 7 or 8 readings and talks; he expect to be home by the 18th or 19th of January and he hopes his wife finds time to do somthing else "besides cleaning, mending and watering the flowers."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, February 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 6 pp., ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

It seems his wife has left him and gone to Colrado Springs. He accuses her of making him the "laughing stock of the village." Also land lord locked him out and "I am now absolutely homeless." He asks his wife if "was it your intention to get rid of me and kill me?"
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, February 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 11 pp., ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Follow up letter. He wants her back, if she would not come back until February 27, he will "inform the district attorneys of all states where we did something illegal together." He accuses her having an affair with Krang, "I suppose he always came when I was not at home, and the child may not even be mine."
Box 11a, Folder 7

1916, April 1

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know where she would like to move; he preperres the west such as Santa Baraba. He also scolds her, "You are a very very bad girl and mother, as you do not seem to understand the one person who loved you...some day again will talk...and be nicer to me."
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, March 27

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He does not want to go where his wife is, "I get a cough each time I come back. I don't mind that as long as it is not asthma."
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, May 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

His asthma is over for the time being, and he will write again as soon as there are any news to tell. He is expecting something from M.P., "if M.P. would send something, it would be a great help."
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, May 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He is expecting a letter from the Chambers, and if letter "should come, let me know at once, don't send it."
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, March 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He is looking for a house and hoping to pay it in installments.
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, March

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about Alma Sprechels (she seems to have connection with the Belgium Relief Fund), "she is so stupid or rather tired out. She would like to be a leader but somehow can't manage to be recognized as
Box 11a, Folder 8

1918, May 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, San Francisco, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

It seems the weather in San Mateo (where his wife lives) causing his asthma to come back. He complains that for 32 hours he had it, "I will never come to San Mateo again if I can help it."
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, January 28

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New york, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He thanks his wife for her trouble of finding a lost page and sending it to him.
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, January 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New york, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that "it will please you to know that I have a new coat."
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, January 30

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Philadelphia, Pen.

Scope and Content Note

He had an asthma attack and had to call an osteopath.
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, February 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Philadelphia, Pen.

Scope and Content Note

He is complaining about the cold, " some of the nights must have been terrifically cold."
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, February 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know if he has mailed $10.00 to his wife. If she has not received it, he must have lost it.
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, February 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that his book is coming along, but his health is still very poor.
Box 11a, Folder 9

1920, January 31

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Philadelphia, Pen.

Scope and Content Note

He writes "what a wonderful blessful feeling it is, to be able to lie down again at full length without any breathing difficulty."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, June 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to go home on weekends, because he writes on saturday and sunday all offices are closed in New York, and everybody goes away.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, September 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He has made his mind to leave New York after a series of lectures in October.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He lunched with "Brugrenie," talking about "Moore?" and he is hoping that "B" will get some more photographs out of it.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is struggling from day to day "just to get hold of a few dollars." If he can not make it in New York, he will start a lecturing tour in September.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that his asthma was pretty bad when he arrived in New York, then it changed into a "dismal cough."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 22

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is writing all the time and has already sent six articles to the publishers.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, June 14

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He advises his wife to use "iodine" for the itch of the children, "I fear it will take the children a week to get over it; wash them as little as possible."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He asks his wife to go to the Castle and ask if they can have the house, "I have the 35 and we better take it at once.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, June 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He expresses his grief over the death of his daughter Marigold, "I miss her so much. There is no event in my life which has shown me the futility of things as much as her death."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, June 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Whenever he is alone, his thoughts invariably turns to their daughter Marigold. " It is difficult to persuade myself that she is gone."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, November 28

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He does not like the people of Asheville. "They seems to think of nothing else but to soack the tourists and invalids." He wants his wife to move with him, and points out that they would not stay there for ever, "but a year or so would not be bad."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, October 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns money.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, October 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes he is hungry, but he "can't charge in the hotel so have to be satisfied with a cup of coffee from outside...Pardon my sins and keep the children warm. There is still hope."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, October 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns his health. "I just managed to give the first lecture. There is only one thing to do: to leave as soon as possible."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is pleased that his financial situation is getting better.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, November 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

Since he does not life the ordinary hotels and hate boarding houses, he lives in a "House of Mystery." His first talk in Asheville will be to the Asheville photographers.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is making plans to take a few trips with his wife.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, December 17

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 6 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He went horse back riding and fell hurting three fingers of his left hand, but nothing serious. He is getting ready for an art exhibition.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, December 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

Because he has no money and it is already late, he is not going to send anything for Christmas. He wishes that children should have a pleasant time. He also writes that the door had fallen on his right foot, for three days he could not walk, had too much pain.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, December 22

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending her some money and he is very concern for not hearing from her.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, December 25

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He is unhappy in Acheville, he wants to move back to New York, but he has no money. He thinks he can get a few hundre dollars, if he can sell a painting. He also writes that "the chances for photographic work are everywhere the same. If you had once mastered the trade you could get work easy enough."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, September 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He had a meeting with "Chenbr?" which is "always a stenuous affair. He likes my article about him. This article will surely go over and I hope to get a good price for it."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, September 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

When he was sending his friend "Old Schmidt from detroit" to Germany, he met some of his acquaintances among the passengers, "it made me feel blue as I would like to go too."
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, September 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He has been writing all week. Monday being the Labor day, he can not send her money, but if she needs money, he advise her to borrow some from Mr. B.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, August 26

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns his health.
Box 11a, Folder 10

1921, November 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his impression of North Carolina.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, December 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Memphis, Tenn.

Scope and Content Note

He is on his way to Albuquerque but has no more money to leave Memphis. He wants her to make sure that "children have some sort of a Christmas. I will try and forget that is is Christmas and eat doughnuts for dinner."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 5 pp., ALS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

It seems he has sent 200 letters to advertise his pastils. He has received only 29 answers--"literary men 2, business 2, artists 4, photographers 2, rich men 3, pinters 5, sculptors 5, married ladies 4, ordinary business men 2." He has sold one pastil.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, December 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Memphis, Tenn.

Scope and Content Note

He has to make up his mind to go to New York or to Albuquerque, "to go back to N.Y. or to stay here for instance in Memphis means suicide; my body is too much worn out, and I have very little power of resistance left."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, December 22

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Memphis, Tenn.

Scope and Content Note

He is still in Memphis trying to get some money ($45.-)to make it to Albuquerque. He wants her to write often to "keep up my courage."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He complains about his wife's spending habit. He gave her $40 and she spent it "in a wild goose chase, and now you are still...and I am here, nothing accomplished. We will never learn."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, November 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He complains that when he does not send money regularly, she does not write and he begins worrying. He blames her for leaving Asheville and going to North, "if you at the time had written a cheerful letter...I would have stayed in Asheville and saved myself a lot of unnecessary suffering."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know about the house that his wife wants to rent. He is asking if there is playground close to it, how near are the neighbours, how far is from the station, etc.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He advises her, purely for business reasons, to call herself Mrs. L. Bonham Hartmann or Lillian Bonham Hartmann. "Unless you want to establish your artistic name as Lillian Bonham."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He thinks those who buy his pastil die or get in a trouble, "fate does not seem to deal very kindly with people who buy pastils of me."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Asheville, N.C.

Scope and Content Note

He advises her to borrow a few dollars, so that "you don't starve or freeze and that none of the children will fall sick."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 27

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is back in New York and writes to his wife if she could "get the house sufficiently warm for me, I might venture out on a mild day just for a few hours to talk matters over."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, January 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes "Did you find out about that photographic advertisement. I really think that something could be done in that line."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, August 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his impression of the town (not very flattery). It has about 2500 inhabitants, "but I can't imagine where they live...Also churches are not conspicuous. Can't get my mimeographing done here and probably have to go to Tempa for it, which is three hours away."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, December 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Huntsville, Ala.

Scope and Content Note

He decides to go to Albuqueque and believes this is his last chance. "I hope my sufferings will end there..." He also writes that he worries about her and the little ones, and he has written to several people to send her some money.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, August 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

If he stays in Florida, it would not be in Palmetto. "Palmetto is really no health resort at all, but indifferently striving to become one."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, August 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

It is only a week he is in Palmetto, and he feels as if he had a new lease on life. He asks her to write on the top of every letter "Don't come back, whatever you do." He believe one day she also will join him.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, October 7

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Jacksonville, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his daughter Atma: "You are wrong about Atma. she is really a very nice motherly sort of a girl when at her best..."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, November 25

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 6pp., ALS, Huntsville, Ala.

Scope and Content Note

He does not like small towns, such as Palmetto, Gainseville, and now Huntsville. In those towns "isolation is simply awful." He wants her to write him a "nice incouraging letter" if she can.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, November 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Huntsville, Ala.

Scope and Content Note

He is in Huntsville and he wants her to come and visit him. The air-fare is more than $120.00 and he does not have it.
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, Nov. 20, etc.

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 8 pp., ALS, Huntsville, Ala.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous pages written on different dates and on different subjects. He complains about their living condition, "I wish that we were settled somewhere, and then uncertainty and everlasting suffering and worry were over!"
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, November 14

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3pp., ALS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He criticises the people in St. Petersburg, "I have never seen such crowds of rich and old people in my life, not even in Los Angeles. Main street looks like a sanatorium."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, October 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Jacksonville, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He apologize for his October 1 letter, "was written in a sinister black mood." He writes about his visit to St. Augustine, "what pleased me best (artistically)...were the gravyards. The tombstones, almost 400 years old, were so beautifully yellow and mellos in time, but I believe there are no corpses underneath, they must have been washed away...long ago."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, October 14

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 7 pp., ALS, Gainesville, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He is complaining about the weather, no opportunity to make money in Gainesville, but he wants to stay in Florida at least until spring, and then may be he will try El Paso, Texas, or Albuquerque, N.M., "whatever I'll do, I am not coming North again."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

His daughter Atma has remarried but he has not seen her yet. He wants to know if Wistaria is helping her in the kitchen, if she is he will send her a "dollar or so."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, October 1

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 7 pp., ALS, Jacksonville, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He complains about his health and the weather in Florida, "the whole trouble with Florida is that the land is too low, ofen below the sea level, so there is mosture everywhere..." He wants her to write to some people and ask for moneny. "Still every $10 or so will help...well, it is a gamble - I'll let you know what to write when the time comes."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 18

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He is staying with his daughter at St. Petersburg--he seems to be happy. He writes that he is going to give a talk at the Art School, "Altho' I do not really care to do this sort of thing at present, I can't refuse money when it comes my way easily."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

His daughter Atma and her husband came to visit him; she is married Otis Hurst, champion light weight boxer of Florida. He is advising his wife not to pay the rent until 25th of the month. "When you come, you simply don't pay for the last month."
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, September 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Palmetto, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He is complaining about mosquitoes; he fears that his wife and children could get the fever too. "Of course, now the supposidly beautiful season is going to start, but I don't believe anything any more until I
Box 11b, Folder 1

1922, November 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Scope and Content Note

He has hung the pictures (draws the locations on the wall where the pictures are hung); if he sales a picture, he will send her money and pay his own rent.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, April 30

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He is having difficulty to raise $188 for the fare, "as that is not all, you need money on the train, I have to live...no chance to borrow any money, I have to earn it all." He also is upset with his wife's landlady, she "must be a beast, still I do not understand how she could have objected if you had offered her ten dollars for two weeks more or something like that."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, May 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

His health in Los Angeles is steadily improving, so is his finance--it seems--"There is more than a bare possibility that I will get a job as a motion picture actor...they want me to play an Indian Prince." He believes, if he gets the job, he will be paid $250 per week for several weeks. It is the Fairbanks Studio that wants him and all will be decided in a few days.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, May 20

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his arrival in Los Angeles and his problems to setle down. He has bought a used suit, "as good as new...I look quite swell. It is $60-75 suit, so indeed a great help." Aileen, who has a beautiful apartment will take care of his pictures, "that is she will once more exert her influence over both sexes."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 27

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

he thanks her for the tie, "made in Japan." He writes that there are no artists in Albuquerque. "I am the only one. They are all up in Sante Fe (35) and about 50 in Texas."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, October 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He is concerned about his teeth. If he wants to give public lecturies, he needs a plate. But to have a plate made in Albuquerque would be very expensive; he wishes he was in Los Angeles, where a Japanese dentist "if he is still alive and there, would make me one at cost price, juste as he could make one for you if you should ever get so far West again."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 17

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about his works, "the art books are the most difficult to get as they are out of print, and I really had to charge $10 a volume to make it pay." He askes about the tie that she has sent him. "Did you buy it or did Wisteria make it! What do you mean by saying 'Wisteria is out as usual'. Do you not make her help you. You better do, it is for her own good."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 6 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about the life of his doctor, Dr. Abams?, in detail. "To me he was the greatest...I have ever met." With this letter there is also a clipping from "Albuquerque Morning Journal" describing Hartmann's exhibit. "Mr. Hartmann has been known...leading critics. He has exhibited his paintings with Sloane, Glackens and Perrine, who are leaders in modern art."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He is tired from hanging 60 pictures on the wall for his exhibit. He already has sent 50% of his circuler letters. " I hope a few pictures will be sold. I made the prices rather low."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February, 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

It seems she wants him to stay in the west and, at least for the time beeing, he agrees with her. He is asking about "Rubaiyats" that she has mail to him, "too bad you did not send them first class. Probably did not have the necessary postage."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know why she wants a road map. "Do you intend to walk and get choked by sand storms in the dead land. Nearly 55% of all New Mexico is uncultivated, lack of water makes it look like the desert." He writes that he has discovered "Vic Vapor Rub. It is much more efficient...and smells like pine woods."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, March 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He has located her mails and package which were misplaced in the post office. he advise her to take a job in New Brunswick, "if you can manage...It might help to solve the problem."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He is still struggling with the altitude of the city. He points out that Denver is higher than Albuquerque, and he was in a much better condition there. He also writes about the people, "I do not know whom I like best or least, Negro, Mexican or Indian. They are all lazy and stupid." He goes on describing them one by one.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 19

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He lists the names of his new acquaintances, among them Mr. Walter, former mayor of Albuquerque, Mrs. La Belle, president of Women's Club, etc. He points out that the Mexicans and Indians live by themselves. "They have villages of their own...Houses are all built with bricks, that is certain kind of soil mixed with water."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He gives his opinions about the city and he thinks he will get use to live there, "I believe Albuquerque will do in the long run." He has a gassip section, he writes about his daughter Otma "who is once more in New York and Miss Hartmann once more, I do not know how she manages those things."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 7

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He has arrived in Albuquerque. He describes his trip from Texas to N. Mexico. "All Texas and N. Mexico up to 2 hours from Albuquerque is desert like, earth dotted with cactus grass - no other vegetation to speak of, vary few settlements, no traces." His main concern is "how my body will fare here."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Amarillo, Tex.

Scope and Content Note

Since his train was a few minutes late, he missed the connection and he will spend a day in Amarillo, Tex. He likes the people in Texas, "there is more snap to them than in the old South."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, January 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Memphis, Tenn.

Scope and Content Note

He is leaving for Albuquerque via Oklahoma City. He sends his address there and asks his wife to write rightaway.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He remembers his daughter Marigold's birthday. "She would be nine years old. I was drinking champagne...when the telegram arrived...She is right here with me now in the little white frame."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, March 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to leave Albuquerque; he has received a telegram from a friend of his who will be passing through Albuquerque on his way to Los Angeles. "Let us see what that will do. I may join him !? He'll be delighted to pay for my meals anyway."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, March 21

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He is in Los Angeles, but he does not sound happy. "These are hard days! I split with you...This develish asthma...after all this is a more favorable climate and as I am once here, I'll stay here and make the best of it."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, March 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about two friends of his, Matt M. & Aileen P.? He thinks they are the most beautiful persons in the world, "in a way Aileen is just like a daughter to me, as much as Atma." Soon he will starts lecturing at $5 the tickect, and in a few weeks he will have enough money to send her to join him in Los Angeles.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, March 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

To her concern about her looks and appearance when she comes to Los Angeles, he writes "As for your looks and appearance, I think you look a d- side better at any time than those clubwomen who stroll with their ugly clothes and faces and think that they are ok."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, April 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

She has moved a new place, he advises her not to get in trouble with the authorities. He wants her to send the children to the school and have them vaccinated. "Vaccination is compulsory in most of the larger towns...you would not try to keep the children out of school for that reason, would you?"
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, April 7

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He has sent her $40, "that should help a little and cheer you up." He is selling copies of his books to movie stars, "easy eough if you get to see them, but it is a hard job to get anywhere near them." He also is trying to sell some of his pictures, but that also is hard since he does not have a studio to display them.
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, April 20-23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 5 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He seems quite happy in Los Angeles; he is getting ready to have the family moved in Los Angeles and he has steady work for a change, "I have the bigest part in the Arabian Nights production next to Fairbanks." After that, he believe, he can get any position "if I wish to continue a little while longer."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, April 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He will start lecturing; the first one will be on Sunday, and from then on every Sunday, "at least such is the plan. Much will depend on its success. It will be exceedingly difficult on account of my teeth."
Box 11b, Folder 2

1923, February 20

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2 pp., ALS, Albuquerque, N.M.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about Dr. Abrams that "is of divine origin only a trifle far back, like all good Jews he is a descendent of Jehovah." He also mentions that he bought the World's Almanac, but just what he wanted "the altitudes in different states are left out in this issue."
Box 11b, Folder 3

1927, October 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He complains that he got sick at the time when he should have been busy selling tickets or pictures. He wants Wistaria to have her teeth fixed but how to get the money, "that's the problem."
Box 11b, Folder 3

1925, August 7

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He apologize to her for his behavior, "too bad that we did not get along any better last time." He seems to be down, "I have so many disappointments that I feel very discouraged at times."
Box 11b, Folder 3

1927, September 1

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

It seems she has sent him a list to do shopping; he does not want to purchase shoes because "it is always doubtful if they fit."
Box 11b, Folder 3

1927, September 30

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He complains about the time passing so quickly and he has to raise "a bigger sum pretty soon," as the rents have to be paid for his and her places.
Box 11b, Folder 3

Miscellaneous pages

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 9 pp., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.?

Scope and Content Note

A collection of letters written from different cities and carry different dates. In one he encourage his wife to keep doing her art works, in another one he writes about Wistaria, she seems to be in Los Angeles and he promise to send her home with the afternoon bus or train.
Box 11b, Folder 3

1927, September 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1 p., ALS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

He wants her to come to Los Angeles on the bus for the weekend and "I may then be able to tell you the good news?"
Box 11d, Folder 1

1914, October 21

 

French, Wilfred A. to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 1, TLS, Boston, Mass.

Scope and Content Note

Rejection letter of one of his articles.
Box 11d, Folder 1

1922, November 5

 

Alsman, Eve to "Sadakichi's pastels weird as strange artist himself"

Physical Description: Printed

Scope and Content Note

Excerpts from different newspapers.
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to "Passport to immortality"

Physical Description: 1, PrAd

Scope and Content Note

An advertisement for Hartmann's book which was published in 1927, "limited author's edition."
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

"The Saint Souis art study club"

Physical Description: 2 pp., PrAd, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

The club advertisement about its activities, including six lectures to be given by Sadakichi Hartmann.
Box 11d, Folder 1

1916, February 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Hartmann, Lillian Bonham

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

A telegram to his wife, "glad you made the move, will come and see you..."
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

"Sadakich Hartmann"

Physical Description: 1, PrAd, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

An invitation to attend the reading of his series of four dramas.
Box 11d, Folder 1

1921

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann"

Physical Description: 4 pp., New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement about his lectures and reading in New York.
Box 11d, Folder 1

1923

 

"Scenes from the Thief of Bagdad"

Physical Description: 4, Ph

Scope and Content Note

Cat. No. 111, 130, 149, etc.
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

Brossard, Raymond to "A sketch"

Physical Description: 1, Signed

Scope and Content Note

"Sur-ralist sketch of Sadakichi Hartmann, without obligation to the artist" (original)
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann"

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

A public invitation to his hotel.
Box 11d, Folder 1

[n.d.]

 

"Sadakichi is back"

Physical Description: 1, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

A form letter of invitation for a dinner to raise money to pay for the publication of Sadakichi's book.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1916, February 21

 

Kray, F.L.? to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 3 pp., ALS, n.p.
Box 11d, Folder 2

[n.d.]

 

Duvean, Catharine Macvicar to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 6 pp., ALS, n.p.

Scope and Content Note

The first part is a quote from a poem, may be her own, the rest is addressed to Hartmann. She writes about his "Rubaiyat," her feelings for him, etc.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1916, February 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi Document

Physical Description: 1, DTS, n.p.

Scope and Content Note

He listed the names of his children (including an illegitimte son) as his heirs.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1925, June 1

 

Fujimoris, J? to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 1, TLS, Tokyo, Japan

Scope and Content Note

A thank you letter for Hartmann's donation of his book, Confucius, to the library of the Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1923, October 4

 

Luter, John W. to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 1 p., TLS, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

Letter is from the attorney of Mrs. Kathryn H. Stewart, Hartmann's land lady. It seems he has not paid the rent for the month of October 1923 and other debts.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1921, October 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Inness,George Jr.

Physical Description: 1, TLS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

Because of his health he has to leave New York, and he is asking Inness for financial support.
Box 11d, Folder 2

1927, January 30

 

La Rocque, Rodrick R. to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 1, TLS

Scope and Content Note

An "endorsement for the Motion Picture Blue Book"
Box 11d, Folder 2

[n.d.]

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi Document

Physical Description: 1, PrAd, Los Angeles, Ca.

Scope and Content Note

A document asking information from the people who wants to be listed in the "Motion Picture Blue Book." It will be edited by Hartmann.
Box 11d, Folder 2

[n.d.]

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 6 pp., TMs, n.p.

Scope and Content Note

A part of the Hartmann's autobiography.
Box 11e, Folder 1

1907, September 28

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants to know since when she started preferring the rainy weather. "Whenever you tell me that you had a good time, it is the case of a rain or hailstorm."
Box 11e, Folder 1

1907, September 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 6, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He wants his wife to come to New York. He warns her about difficulties she will be facing as she starts looking for a job--he advises her to ask "extra 100" from her mother, which could help her until she makes up her mind what she wants to do.
Box 11e, Folder 1

1907, September 4

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 5, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

It seems Lillian's mother sent him her love. He writes "Tell her that such formality is not love at all, merely a pleasant sensation, or rather physical imitation. I suppose we have to be thankful for all we get. It seems to me that most people have not the slightest idea what love is." He has written seven articles and worked on a story, ' gone over it again and again. You can't imagine what ... torture it is to finish a story."
Box 11e, Folder 1

1907, August 28

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He complains that his wife does not write often because she thinks she does not have much to write, "Life, you know, is not made up of big events but of minor acts, thoughts and sentiments. Why don't you try and write your future diary to me!"
Box 11e, Folder 1

1907, August 22

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes about a vacation he has just taken; he promises her that he "will look about and see if there is any kind of opening for you here in N.Y."; and he is hoping that twelve of his stories will be published before Christmas.
Box 11e, Folder 2

1908, February 2

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, Pittsburg, Pa

Scope and Content Note

He writes that things are progressing rather slowly. "Well I'll get something out of it anyhow. Have the promise for a lecture at 100 for ..."
Box 11e, Folder 3

1910, January 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N,Y,

Scope and Content Note

He describes his feeling during a snowstorm; "I felt lonesome like a little wolf left out in the cold."
Box 11e, Folder 3

1910, September 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N,Y,

Scope and Content Note

He does not understand her reference to the 23rd. "What did ever happen on the 23th of Sept. Did you leave East Amora in that date three yers ago? And why so sad! Cheer up, little girl, and make the best of
Box 11e, Folder 3

1910, December 29

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N,Y,

Scope and Content Note

He complains about the weather; but it seems he is happy for a change, he writes "I had a very peaceful life. Eat well, sleep well, drink perhaps a little too much and write a lot." He also writes that he has not yet seen her sister--"They keep her away from me, dangerous man that I am."
Box 11e, Folder 3

1911, January 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending her money to come to Buffalo and promises that she will have good time if she will be good.
Box 11e, Folder 3

1910, January 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3, ALS, New York, N,Y,

Scope and Content Note

It seems his wife owes money to Mrs. Richards; so he promised to send her $5 that she can pay ger debt, and he writes that Mrs. Richards is a "wonder, tell her that I think so. People like to be flattered."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, January 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bohman, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, December 7

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Kane, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

It seems his wife is in Buffalo and he does not want to go there. He will stay in Kane until after Christmas and then go to Philadelphia--he is hoping she will join him in the following year. He adds "...was here for two days. He is a harmless good fellow. I rather like him. He has the artistic temperament. I can't get along for any length of time with any body but artists. So you here to remain an artist do you hear."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, January 3

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Buffalo, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending money to his wife to come to Buffalo, and hoping she will have good time, "but you must be good."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, November 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, State Collge, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

It seems he wants to send a letter to his mother and he wants to address Lillian's letter to her maidan name. "Could I address you Mrs. L Bonham...I fear it will look rather funny in a small place like Kane, Pa. where have only one village P.O. to send special delivery letter to two Mrs. Hartmanns."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, December 8

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Kane, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

It seems she owes money to Mrs. C. and Sadakachi does not have money to send her to pay her debt. His letter is quite nasty. He writes "It is not the baby, dear, it is all a matter of money. You never were able to support yourself, how can you now - tired out and without any clothes - support a baby in the bargain....She would, no doubt, trust you if she knew you were really married, but an unmarried woman with a child nobody trusts..." He advise her to do housework, "I fear all you can do is manual work."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, November 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Kane, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he has solved the problem of two Mrs. Hartmann. "One is my mother. By the way give it any name you like. Wistaria...She can keep it until she is old enough to select one herself."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, November 10

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, State Collge, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He needs his wife's help for a lecture on art. "I need the art lecture after all. So roll it up and mail it at once by special delivery."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, October 30

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

It seems his wife does not understand how one gets tired by sending art circulars. " Well if you only know what I had to do. Send out a 1000 circulars, write the addresses and do the folding and stamping, and ... hundred typewritten letters with enclosed tickets which I had to sign... if I don't make anything--it will be a nice mess."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, October 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

It seems they have a baby daughter and the question is what to name her. "It is her name and shall be as far as I am concerned, until she can select a name for herself. ... I suppose it is that Mrs. Pabe? bothering you to call her Wistaria."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, October 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

He advises his wife to go back to the ..."if they have changed residence and have a nice room for you ... I may drop in on you some day unexpectably."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, October 13

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3, ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

On November 11 he will be going to State College, Pa. He is hoping she will join him there, but he "must first know what there is for me to do this winter." He writes about his health and that he is not drinking "one whisky occasionally (2 this week) and a glass of bear for dinner, that is my limit."
Box 11e, Folder 4

1911, October 4 & 6

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4, ALS, Erie, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

In both letters he describes his trip to Erie; he visited schools to give tham atlas & glag; in one school he found "only the teacher and one pupil."
Box 11e, Folder 5

1912, July 1

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, New York, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending money to her to join him; he wants her to wear a hat--he has drawn the shape of the hat--"Get a hat shaped like this ...I think you will book best in it, and if I could persuade you to wear a veil..."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, October 11

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Wheeling, W.V.

Scope and Content Note

He is in West Virginia, his hotel is comfortable, trying to arrange some lectures and he has received her article, which he thinks is allright.
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, October 31

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Wheeling, W.V.

Scope and Content Note

In addition of his complains about the city, he advise his wife not to let Wistaria bother her too much. "Make her obey you, as you will have your hands full. Could you make me a good copy of the caricature?"
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, December 16

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he is very tired from seeing people and attending to the sale of the books. Even though he does not have money, he will manage to be with her for the New Year. He closes his letter by asking if she is teaching Wistaria words with the blocks.
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, November 28

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

His book will be out 'in time - circulating begins next week - to day to Kajiwara, with him to Art Museum in Park."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, November 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He is very excited, his poem will be published, will cost $250.- but he has time until February 14 to pay and he has two endorsements; he mentions the names of those two people and tells his wife to get their names "sink deep into your memory, as they are in a way the re-maker of S. H. ... Really, the publication of the poem means new life to me - the sunny South for you, Eruope for me, some day."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, November 9

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

It seems November 8 was his birthday, "Yesterday was my birthday, and I am now two years younger than I was before (44), so you will finally catch up with me." He does not know how long will stay in St. Louis, may be until December 20, and "then pay you a holiday visit."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, November 5

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Huntington, W.V.

Scope and Content Note

He is in a new town, where the weather is fine and his health if fair, but, it seems, he is not happy with the arrangement, "this lecturing business gets on my nerves - and there is nothing in it. My idea is now to go directly to St. Louis ... see if I can get my poem published."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, October 23

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Wheeling, W.V.

Scope and Content Note

It sems his lecture did not go well, the "lecture was dismal ... I did not even get what I invested - I am ... for the moment so I will do some writing and picture selling if possible."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, October 24

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Wheeling, W.V.

Scope and Content Note

He is trying to recuperate financially. He has change is place; there are hills all around this new place and he will make some excursions if the weather permits, but most time he will write: "I will now write to the landlord. A task just as nasty as the weather."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, September 14

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 4, ALS, Boston, Mass.

Scope and Content Note

On his way to Boston, he meets a group of people who run games in the fair grounds. He finds them different, "and there conversation! more interesting to me than that of circus people, as I had never met that type before."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, September 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 2, ALS, Hartford, Conn.

Scope and Content Note

He visits some lady and describes her: "Well ... was at home, but I get a picture in my memory of her life - she would not open the door, and so I went around to ... there she sat, she must be 65, her hair hanging all around her. I saluted her in my politest manner, but she snapped at the window with her comb. She was always queer and does not seem to have changed."
Box 11e, Folder 6

1913, July 12

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 3, ALS, Rochester, N.Y.

Scope and Content Note

He writes that he went to Mock's (photographer) country place, which is overlooking a valley; he has two daughters who reminded him his mom "(only they are much more lady like). Made me feel a blue - the girls just adore their father and work with him - as a home like this was once my dream."
Box 11e, Folder 7

1914, January 13

 

Sellagetts, Alberta to Hartmann, Sadakichi

Physical Description: 7, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

Letter is written by a 22 year old women who has just given birth to a daughter whose father she claims is Sadakichi. She is asking Sadakichi to support her and the little girl financially, "You helped Dreamy before Wistaria's birth and since her birth too." It seems Sadakichi sends this letter to Lillian and asks her "what do you say to this. Seriously do you believe it. Advise me, dear heart."
Box 11e, Folder 8

1914, February 15

 

Hartmann, Sadakichi to Bonham, Lillian

Physical Description: 1, ALS, St. Louis, Mo.

Scope and Content Note

He is sending her $15- "the very best I can do at the moment."
Box 11e, Folder 9