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Guide to the Sadakichi Hartmann Papers

Compiled by John Batchelor; machine-readable finding aid created by Apex Data Services

Special Collections & Archives
The UCR Libraries
P.O. Box 5900
University of California
Riverside, California 92517-5900
Phone: 951-827-3233
Fax: 951-827-4673
Email: specialcollections@ucr.edu
URL: http://library.ucr.edu/?view=collections/spcol
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The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.


Descriptive Summary

Title: Sadakichi Hartmann papers
Date (inclusive): circa early 20th century, undated
Date (bulk): circa early 20th century
Collection Number: 068
Creator: Hartmann, Sadakichi
Extent: 84.0 linear feet (108 document boxes, multiple containers)
Repository: Rivera Library. Special Collections Department.
Riverside, California 92517-5900
Abstract: Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944) was a writer, poet, dramatist, and critic during the early 20th century. Hartmann was an important figure in early modernism and had a diverse social circle that included Walt Whitman, Ezra Pound, and John Barrymore. This collection includes Hartmann's published works, unpublished manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, pastels, paintings, and diaries.
Languages: The collection is in English.

Access

This collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the University of California, Riverside Libraries, Special Collections & Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections & Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Regents of the University of California as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item]. Sadakichi Hartmann papers, Collection 068. University of California, Riverside Libraries, Special Collections & Archives, University of California, Riverside.

Processing History

Compiled by John Batchelor, edited by Clifford Wurfel, with an introduction by Harry Lawton. Completed in 1980.

Collection Scope and Content Summary

Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944) was a writer, poet, dramatist, and critic during the early 20th century. Hartmann was an important figure in early modernism and had a diverse social circle that included Walt Whitman, Ezra Pound, and John Barrymore. This collection includes Hartmann's published works, unpublished manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, pastels, paintings, and diaries.
A portion of this collection remains unprocessed. Please contact Special Collections & Archives for additional information regarding this material.

Introduction (Historical Background)

"The clapboard shanty known as "Catclaw Siding" is gone now, torn down many years ago, but in the summer of 1954 it stood on the desert flats of Morongo Indian Reservation, paint mostly worn away, wind rushing through its broken windowpanes. I was then a newspaper reporter, pursuing a story, and I badly wanted into the shack to see what secrets it contained. Ten years before it had been the last home of Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944), an almost forgotten American literary figure from the Mauve Decade. I studied the shack, carefully jotting down descriptive notes for my story. Then I walked away from it and knocked on the door of a nearby adobe house. The door was opened by a hauntingly beautiful woman with coal-black hair framing an olive-hued face.
She listened suspiciously as I explained that I was a reporter and wanted to do a story on her late father, Sadakichi Hartmann. Then she slammed the door in my face.
That was my introduction to Wistaria Hartmann Linton, who was to become a close friend and future collaborator with Professor George Knox and me in research on her father.
Some weeks before Gene Fowler had published Minutes of the Last Meeting, a popular memoir detailing the escapades of John Barrymore, W. C. Fields, and other Hollywood celebrities during their last years. The most memorable character in his book was Sadakichi Hartmann, whom he called "the magnificent charlatan." Fowler portrayed Hartmann as an ancient relic of the earliest Bohemian days of Greenwich Village--now down on his luck, cadging drinks off Barrymore and various cronies for whom he performed as a witty and sarcastic court jester. There was much that was accurate in Fowler's portrayal of the half-Japanese, half-German writer, poet, dramatist, and critic. There was also much that was hearsay with no basis in fact. Fowler had a gift for telling a good story that would amuse readers, and he enjoyed making a good story better whenever possible. He embroidered upon many of the legends that had clung to Sadakichi Hartmann, dismissed the old man's real achievements as drunken boasts, and conducted only superficial research into his subject's past.
The book was an instant best-seller and cause-célèbre that summer in the San Gorgonio Pass. Many long-time residents of the two Pass communities of Banning and Beaumont had known Hartmann--if only as an eccentric and mysterious figure with aristocratic manners who prowled their streets in a heavy overcoat, rumpled white hair poking from under a felt hat. In 1923, Hartmann had moved his family to Beaumont, and from that base he had made periodic forays to Hollywood, working on films, writing movie criticism, and joining the John Barrymore crowd as a drinking companion. In 1938, then in his 70's, Sadakichi had built his old-age shack, "Catclaw Siding" as he called it, on land owned by a Cahuilla cattlerancher, Walter Linton, who was then married to his daughter, Wistaria. Now ten years after his death everyone in the San Gorgonio Pass was reading about him in Fowler's book.
I had never heard of Sadakichi Hartmann when the book came out. I found the book entertaining, accepted all of Fowler's tales at face value, and liked Sadakichi's mocking tongue and indomitable spirit. I was surprised to find those reader's of the book who had known Sadakichi best angry at Fowler's portrait.
I believe the first criticism I heard about the book came from Mrs. George Lardner, Beaumont Librarian, who enjoyed discussing literature and often had invited Hartmann to her home for lunch. "I have yet to meet anyone who knew Sadakichi well who isn't disgusted by Fowler's book," she told me. Dr. Guy Bogart of Beaumont was also indignant. "He was a poseur, yes," admitted Bogart, "but a charlatan, no! If you read Fowler's book you'll see only a drunken moocher--the seedy old man Fowler met in his declining years. Yet Sadakichi was a rare personality, who never surrendered his ideals or artistic integrity for a moment."
I was puzzled by the fact that most of those local people who had known Sadakichi agreed Fowler had captured much of the man's personality--yet they still considered the book an injustice. No one denied that Hartmann drank a lot, no one denied that he lived off a string of patrons, no one denied that much of his behavior was outrageous. Yet most of those who had any personal relationship with Sadakichi professed admiration and respect for him. For that matter, it was clear that Fowler had also admired Hartmann, perhaps even envied his strange charisma. As newspaper bureau chief for the Riverside Press-Enterprise Co. in the San Gorgonio Pass, I immediately saw the potential for an interesting feature story.
I had particularly wanted to interview Mrs. Linton about her reactions to the book. But the door had slammed shut on me.
Several days later, Ruth Little, a local newspaper writer and friend of Wistaria, persuaded her to talk with me. During an afternoon, I learned some of the reasons for Wistaria's reluctance to grant an interview. During the years of WWII, Hartmann's family had almost been interned because of his German-Japanese heritage. Many townspeople had ostracized the Hartmann family and circulated rumors that Sadakichi was a spy. Both the FBI and County Sheriff's Department had hounded the family with endless questions, and sheriff's deputies in patrol cars often followed family members when they left home. Some of Hartmann's children had been embarassed by his unconventionality and flamboyant Bohemianism. They were the children of his second marriage to Lillian Bonham, and none of them had known their father at the peak of his career in New York at the turn of the century, when he had made and spent money freely. Instead, they had grown up in the midst of the Depression in the middle-class atmosphere of San Gorgonio Pass--with a father who boasted of past triumphs and didn't care what the neighbors thought of him. Fowler's book with its suggestion that Hartmann was a charlatan evoked mostly bad memories. Even so, Mrs. Linton admitted that she had laughed at parts of the book: "Some of it seemed so much like Dad!"
"Catclaw Siding" had been closed since Sadakichi's death in 1944. Now Mrs. Linton agreed to let me look inside the shack. She turned a key in the padlock and we entered. A rain-stained "History of Modern Painting" at which mice had nibbled lay on the splintered floor. Rotted floorboards exposed bare sand beneath. In a corner of the shack was a battered grey trunk--Sadakichi's manuscript trunk. I lifted the lid, sifted through the papers, and was stunned by its contents.
Inside were piles of unpublished manuscripts, published articles, short stories, and poetry, and immense bundles of correspondence. I picked up one of the letters and read the name Ezra Pound. There were letters from George Santayana, Benjamin de Casseres, Douglas Fairbanks. The trunk was a bookman's dream. And there was more. Not only the contents of the trunk. Other materials had been stored in cupboards in Mrs. Linton's house. Among these was a scrapbook dating back to the 1890's marked "Revelations." And there was Hartmann's unpublished autobiography, never completed, but nonetheless several hundred pages offering rich insights into Sadakichi Hartmann's youth and early career for future researchers. And photographs: photographs by Gertrude Kasebier, J. C. Strauss, Rudolf Eickemeyer, Frank Eugene--names of long dead photographers whose significance meant nothing to me as yet.
Most of this material would have been widely dispersed and perhaps lost to research if it had not been for Wistaria Linton. Throughout his life, whenever Sadakichi needed money desperately, he sold his manuscripts or correspondence to rare book dealers and collectors. Various auction catalogues from the early 1900's record scarce Hartmann materials that have simply vanished into private hands and have never been found. Fortunately, Wistaria recognized the importance of the Hartmann materials. As a young woman, her father had taken her education in hand, directing her reading, encouraging her interest in art, and taking her along as a companion on trips to museums or to visit literary or artistic friends. She curbed his recklessness whenever possible by talking him out of manuscripts or other items that seemed significant--or when that failed hiding them from Sadakichi. She began this habit as a teenager and continued it into Sadakichi's old age.
The summer of 1954 Wistaria and I became conspirators together. I saw the possibility of an unusual literary expose. A series of newspaper articles recording the angry reactions of Sadakichi's friends to Fowler's book and a glimpse at some of his real accomplishments. Wistaria was delighted by my defense of her father. There was far too much Hartmann material for me to become even remotely acquainted with it in a short period--and too much that I didn't know about American art and literature. Nevertheless, we worked well together, delighted each time we uncovered a new facet of Sadakichi's past.
The series, five articles titled "The Last Bohemian," appeared in the Riverside Daily Enterprise from August 4 through August 16. They were entertaining journalism, not scholarship, and looking them over today I find almost as many errors as we pinpointed in Fowler's Minutes of the Last Meeting. In February of 1955, they were singled out for an award as the best newspaper series of the year in California by the California Newspaper Publishers Association. I was transferred to the Riverside office of the Press-Enterprise Co.
Wistaria. and I remained good friends. We talked occasionally about a scholarly book about her father, but by then I was well aware of the scope of such a task and my limited background in nineteenth century art and literature. Several years later Wistaria was offered a position in the Photographic Services at UCR, where she worked until her retirement in 1976. Eventually, I also joined the staff of the University. Wistaria was concerned about many of the more perishable materials in her father's papers and sometime in the mid-1960's we arranged with Librarian Edwin Coman to store these in the UCR General Library. As yet, however, she was uncertain about their final disposition.
Meanwhile, unaware that much of the Hartmann collection was stored at UCR, Professor George Knox of the Department of English had become interested in Sadakichi Hartmann. Knox's field was nineteenth century and early twentieth century American literature, and while Hartmann was not a major literary figure, he was nevertheless a writer who had been totally ignored by scholarship while many of his lesser contemporaries had become fields of inquiry.
It was Jake Zeitlin, the antiquarian bookman, who brought us together as he has done on many occasions with other scholars. Zeitlin had sold several Hartmann Manuscripts to the UCR Library and learned about the Hartmmann papers stored in the library. When Knox on a visit to Zeitlin & Ver Brugge mentioned Sadakichi to Jake, the bookman was able to regale him with his own personal reminiscences of the Bohemian writer, who in the 1920's had often hung out at Jake's shop. He then mentioned the collection at UCR, right in Knox's own backyard. The result has been more than ten years of friendship and collaboration in Hartmann research, during which we have edited four books in Hartmann scholarship, published the Sadakichi Hartmann Newsletter, and encouraged other Hartmann researchers or scholars in peripheral areas.
Shortly before her retirement in 1976 from the University, Wistaria Hartmann Linton made the decision that her father's papers and other materials belonged in Special Collections & Archives at the UCR Library. While the Wistaria Hartmann Linton Collection makes up the bulk of the Sadakichi Hartmann Archives, the archives have been steadily growing over the years. Mrs. Dorothea Atma Gilliland of St. Petersburg, Florida, a daughter of Hartmann by his first marriage, made a substantial gift of Hartmann papers to the archives in 1972, although much of her material had been acquired earlier by the University of Oregon. Among the many persons who have donated Hartmann correspondence or other materials to the collection are Christel Gang, Nora Morgan, Helga Hanson, Raymond Brossard, Peter Krasnow, and C. Verne Klintworth. Recently, the UCR Library acquired a substantial collection of Hollywood materials from Gene Fowler's son, Will Fowler, including Hartmann manuscripts and taped interviews with Hartmann friends such as the painter John Decker and the actor Thomas Mitchell that were used in the writing of Minutes of the Last Meeting.
Those of us who use the Sadakichi Hartmann archives must be indebted to the UCR Library for providing this catalogue of the collection. It is now possible to easily locate specific items in the collection or to form a partial idea of the contents of a particular item. At the same time, a definitive annotation of the collection that would have given us reference to all of the hundreds of artists, writers, photographers, and other notables that crop up in the archives would have been a virtually impossible task that would have delayed ready access to the archives for many years. With the publication of this catalogue, the UCR Library has provided a long needed and excellent tool for those carrying out research on Sadakichi Hartmann and many of his contemporaries.
Our immeasurable indebtedness is to the daughter who as a young woman recognized the value of her father's papers and kept them from reaching the hands of private collectors. In recognition of her foresight, this catalogue is dedicated to Wistaria Hartmann Linton."
Harry Lawton, University of California, Riverside, January 15, 1980

Acknowledgements

"Shortly after the Riverside campus of the University of California opened as a four-year college in 1954 the name of Sadakichi Hartmann once more flashed into prominence with the publication of The Minutes of the Last Meeting by Gene Fowler. This book describes Sadakichi and his circle of Hollywood friends, W. C. Fields, John Barrymore, John Decker, and others, and was based heavily on Sadakichi's own autobiography prepared under Fowler's auspices. Soon afterward the noted Los Angeles bookdealer, Jake Zeitlin, gave some Hartmann letters and books to the UCR Library as a beginning of the collection, which he enlarged with further materials as time passed.
In June 1958 an exhibit of Hartmann's manuscripts, books and art work was mounted in the University Library. The items forming this exhibit were lent chiefly by Wistaria Linton, Sadakichi's daughter, who was employed in the University photographic laboratory. Wistaria also lent many photographs to a second exhibit held in May 1970, entitled The Life and Times of Sadakichi Hartmann, and co-sponsored by the UCR Library and the Riverside Press-Enterprise Company. This exhibit tried to capture the "essential" Hartmann in paintings and photographs by many American artists, in mementos and artifacts of his half-century career, all listed in the illustrated catalog issued for the show. At about the same time the Sadakichi Hartmann Newsletter was launched by George Knox and Harry Lawton to facilitate communication between the various critics and historians who were taking a renewed interest in Sadakichi's publications as a critic of art and of the aesthetics of photography.
When Wistaria retired in 1976 she offered her father's manuscripts and correspondence to the UCR Library. To her collection was added the donation of the research materials gathered by Harry Lawton and George Knox with the help of Michael Elderman, supplemented by additional materials from old friends and acquaintances of Sadakichi as well as manuscripts and scrapbooks held by several of his other children. All of this material forms the body of the present collection described in this inventory.
The Hartmann Collection has also been consulted by a number of scholars, both American and foreign, among whom we might mention the late Dr. Saburo Ota. This Japanese scholar visited the collection twice and kindly donated to the Library a microfilm copy of Anne Throop's correspondence and copies of his articles about Hartmann published in Japanese journals.
Other collections of Sadakichi Hartmann materials in libraries around the United States are listed in Box 33, in the folder "Manuscript and Library Papers." The holdings of some of these collections are listed at the end of the checklist proper. Further material referring to Sadakichi Hartmann will be found in the Will Fowler collection of his father's papers (Gene Fowler). The list of these papers at UCR is forthcoming. Other Gene Fowler manuscripts and papers are deposited at the University of Colorado.
The UCR Library is also acquiring the printed works of Sadakichi Hartmann to complement the manuscript holdings.
Harry Lawton, who wrote the Introduction to this book, and George Knox, professor of English at UCR, were the prime movers behind the University's acquisition of the Hartmann archives. Their interest in Hartmann is shown by the several books they have edited and published based on this material: White Chrysanthemums, Literary Fragments and Pronouncements (1971); Buddha, Confucius, Christ: Three Prophetic Plays (1071); The Whitman-Hartmann Controversy (1976); and most recently The Valiant Knights of Daguerre: Selected Critical Essays on Photography and Profiles of Photographic Pioneers by Sadakichi Hartmann (1978). Interesting, too, is the fact that several reprint houses have recently re-issued some of Hartmann's historical surveys of art, and that acknowledgement of Sadakichi's aesthetic criticism is made in some recent books on art and photographic history.
Special Collections wishes to express great appreciation to the several people who helped in the compilation of this checklist: Susan Bokanovich, who first arranged and listed the periodical articles by Hartmann; John Batchelor, who listed the collection and typed the first draft of the checklist; Karen Carver, who typed the final copy for printing and designed the book and cover; Peter Briscoe, Karen Carver, and Harry Lawton, who proofread; Linda Warren, Administrative Assistant to the University Librarian, who was responsible for the final layout and printing of this checklist. Special gratitude goes to the University Librarian, Eleanor Montague, whose backing and patience has brought this project to a close."
Clifford Wurfel, University of California, Riverside, Special Collections Librarian

Related Material

University of California, Riverside. Department of Special Collections & Archives. Sadakichi Hartmann-Guy Bogart correspondence (Call Number: PS3515 A787 Z48 1927).
University of Oregon Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives. Sadakichi Hartmann manuscript collection (Collection Number: Ax 523).

Index of Abbreviated Terms

Abbreviation : Expansion
AL:
handwritten letter, not signed
ALD:
draft of handwritten letter, not signed
ALS:
handwritten letter, signed
ALSPh:
handwritten letter, signed, photocopy
AMs:
handwritten manuscript
AMsPh:
handwritten manuscript, photocopy
ANS:
handwritten note, signed
APS:
handwritten postcard, signed
Ph:
photograph, photocopy
PrAd:
printed advertisement
PrEdPh:
photocopy of printed edition
PrP:
printed postcard
PrPh:
photocopy of print
T/ALS:
typed letter with handwritten additions, signed
T/AMs:
typed manuscript with handwritten additions
TL:
typed letter, not signed
TLI:
typed letter, initialed
TLS:
typed letter, signed
TLSCC:
carbon copy of typed letter, signed
TMs:
typed manuscript
TMsCC:
carbon copy of typed manuscript; a second copy
TMsCCPh:
photocopy of carbon copy of typed manuscript
TMsPh:
typed manuscript, photocopy
TP:
typed postcard
TPI:
typed postcard, initialed
TPS:
typed postcard, signed

Index of Personal Names

Names of correspondents, persons featured in articles, and titles of particular works by Sadakichi Hartmann with corresponding box information.
Abhayananda, Swami: Box 13
Adamic, Louis: Box 12 (see Transcripts)
Alexander, John White: Box 20
"Along Timberline": Box 5
Aman-Jean, Edmond: Box 21
Amy --: Box 13
Anton, Harold: Box 40B
Armstrong, Will: Box 20
"Art Aphorisms": Box 5
"Art News": Box 17
"Aspirations of a Playwright": Box 5
"At the Training School": Box 5
Autobiography: Box 1-4, Box 5
"Baker Eddy": Box 5, Box 18
Ballard, Claude N.: Box 11, Box 25, Box 40B
Ballator, Alice R.: Box 13
Barrow, Thomas Frank: Box 33
Barrymore, John: Box 39
Beach, Howard A.: Box 21, Box 38, Box 40A
Beardsley, A.H.: Box 13
Beerbohm, Marvin: Box 39, Box 40A
Beers, Jan van: Box 20
Bell, Curtis: Box 19, Box 40A
Bender, Albert: Box 13
Bennett, Jeanne E.: Box 19, Box 40A
Benton, Thomas Hart: Box 13
Ben-Yusuf, Zaida: Box 40A
Berg, Charles I.: Box 21
Berlin, Ben: Box 13, Box 15 ( see also Sargents Court Correspondence), Box 38, Box 39
Betts, Louis: Box 20
Bjornson, B.: Box 19
"Black Smoke": Box 5
Bloiss, Harry A.: Box 20
Bogardus, Abraham: Box 40A
Bogart, George: Box 13
Bogart, Guy: Box 30, Box 36, Box 40A
Bohrod, Aaron: Box 13
Boldini, Giovanni: Box 40A
Bonaventura, (Rome, Italy): Box 20
Bonham, Lillian: Box 15, Box 39, Box 42, Box 43
Borg, Sidney C.: Box 13
"Boston Lions": Box 5
Boyd, Ben: Box 13
Bradley, A.F.: Box 20
Breese, James: Box 13
Brossard, Raymond: Box 11, Box 15 (see Sargents Court Correspondence), Box 17, Box 33, Box 34, Box 37, Box 38, Box 39, Box 40A, Box 40B
Brown, William: Box 13
Brownell, William: Box 13
Bruguiere, Francis: Box 11, Box 13
Bruno, Guido: Box 35
Bruno's Weekly: Box 35
Buchanan, Ella: Box 13
Buckley, L.H., (Binghampton, N.Y.): Box 20
Buckner, Samuel O.: Box 13
"Buddha": Box 5, Box 18
Buehrmann, Bessie (Elizabeth): Box 19, Box 38, Box 40A
Burnell, W.E., (Buffalo): Box 20
Burroughs, John: Box 21, Box 38
"Bus Line Correspondence": Box 11
Butler, George B.: Box 20
Cahill, Holger: Box 13, Box 20
Calder, Mrs. (Nanette?): Box 13
"Can Poets Help?": Box 5
"Career of a Violinist": Box 5
Carlson, Erik: Box 19
Carnegie Funds: Box 11
Carns, Arthur L.: Box 13
Caro Delvaille: Box 20
Catclaw Siding Shack (photos): Box 39
Catlin, John: Box 13
Cauldwell, Leslie G.: Box 13, Box 39
Cecil, Arthur B.: Box 13
Cecily --: Box 13
Chamberlain, Edward: Box 13
Chaplin, Charles S.: Box 1, Box 19
Chapman, H.T.: Box 11
Chase, William M.: Box 19, Box 20
"Cherry Blossoms": Box 18
"Christ": Box 5
"Cimmerian Darkness": Box 5
Clark, Alvah (see School of Industrial Arts): Box 20
Clark, Frank Scott, (Detroit): Box 19, Box 20
Clark, Rose: Box 19, Box 40A
Clement, E.H.: Box 13
Clews, Henry: Box 19
Coburn, Alvin Langdon: Box 19
"Cock in the Air": Box 5
Coby: Box 11
Coles, Captain: Box 39
Colette --: Box 13
"Come Here": Box 5
"Confessions of an Ex-Journalist": Box 5
Constant, Sadi: Box 40A
"Contributions to the Technique of Draughtsmanship": Box 5
"Conversations with Walt Whitman": Box 5
Converse, Frederick: Box 13
Conyers, H.B.: Box 21
Cooper, James: Box 20
Cooper, Marcelle: Box 13
Coppe, Francois: Box 19
Coppin, John S.: Box 30, Box 39
Coquelin: Box 40A
Corcoran Gallery of Art: Box 11
Corke, H. Essenhigh: Box 20
Coubillier: Box 19
Coutant, Nellie: Box 40A
Craig, Edward Gordon: Box 13
Crawley, Ida Jolly: Box 13
Cresmer, William T.: Box 13
Crinkle, Nym (A.C. Wheeler): Box 20
Crocker, Harry: Box 13
Dallin, Cyrus Edwin: Box 13
"The Dance Pavilion": Box 5
Davidson, Jo.: Box 13
Davies, Arthur B.: Box 13
Davis, Charles: Box 13, Box 19
Davis, Robert H.: Box 13, Box 38
Day, F(rank) Holland: Box 40A
De Casseres, Benjamin: Box 13
Decker, John: Box 34, Box 39, Box 40A
Decker, Phyllis: Box 12 (see Transcripts)
De Cleyre, Voltairine: Box 21
De La Tour: Box 20
Delsarte System: Box 31
Demachy, Robert: Box 19
"The Deserted Cottage": Box 5
Deutsch, Boris: Box 39
De Verley, Inez: Box 13
De Witt, Captain: Box 40A
De Zayas, Marius: Box 19, Box 40A
"Diamond Lizard": Box 18
Dillon, Lou: Box 40A
Dodsworth, Alice A.: Box 13
"Dolor": Box 5
Donoghue, John: Box 19
D'Ora, (Venice): Box 20
Dougherty, P.: Box 21
Dramatic Sketch: Box 5
"Drifting Flowers of the Sea": Box 18
Duhrkoop, Rudolph: Box 19, Box 30, Box 40A
Dumont, John E.: Box 19
Duncan, Isadora: Box 19
Durant, Will: Box 13
Durer, Albrecht: Box 20
Duse, Eleonora: Box 40A
Dutton, J.W.: Box 12 (see Transcripts), Box 13
Duveneck, Frank: Box 20
Eakins, Susan M. (Mrs. Thomas Eakins): Box 13
Eakins, Thomas: Box 20
"Early Poems": Box 6
Eickemeyer, Rudolf, Jr.: Box 19, Box 21, Box 34, Box 38, Box 40A
Eisenstein: Box 21
Ellis, Havelock: Box 15 (see Sargents Court Correspondence)
Ellis, William Shewell: Box 19
Erfurt, Hugo: Box 19
Ermates, Arthur: Box 38
"Esthetic Verities": Box 9
Eugene, Frank: Box 30, Box 40A
Ewing Studio, (Washington, D.C.): Box 38
Fabijanovic, Stephanus: Box 13
Fabris, Alfred: Box 38
Fairbanks, Douglas: Box 12 (see Transcripts), Box 13
Falk, Benjamin Joseph: Box 19, Box 38, Box 40A
"Famous Lovers": Box 6
Feldman, Fred J., (El Paso): Box 19, Box 20
"A Few Words on Criticism": Box 6
Field, J.H.: Box 40A
Fiene, Ernst: Box 13
"Fighting Japs": Box 6
Fisher, George: Box 33
Fisk, Bertha: Box 13
Flaishman, Leopold: Box 11
Fleckenstein, Louis: Box 20, Box 30, Box 40A
"Flirtation": Box 6
Ford, Kay: Box 11, Box 38
Ford, Tod: Box 13
"Four Views of San Jacinto": Box 6
Fournier, Paul: Box 19, Box 38
"Fourteen Points in Favor of Sadakichi Hartmann": Box 6
Fowler, Gene: Box 11, Box 13, Box 30, Box 34, Box 36, Box 39
Fowler, Will: Box 34
Frederiksen, Carl: Box 19
Freer, Charles L.: Box 13
French, Daniel Chester: Box 13
French, Elizabeth: Box 13
French, Mary (Mrs. Daniel C. French): Box 13
Freystadt, George W.: Box 13
"From Sagebrush to Columbine": Box 6
Frost, Leon: Box 11
Gaiduschek, E.: Box 19
Gainsborough, Thomas: Box 20
Gallagher, Minerva Hartmann: Box (see Hartmann, Minerva)
Gang, Christel L.: Box 11, Box 13, Box 30
Garborg, Arne: Box 20
Gardner, Isabelle Stewart (Mrs. John Lowell): Box 13
Garo, John H.: Box 19, Box 20, Box 30, Box 40A
Gauley, Robert: Box 13
Gellatly, John: Box 13
Genthe, Arnold: Box 30
Gerschel, Charles: Box 20
Gibbons, Austin Cedric: Box 13
Gilbert, John: Box 13
Gilliland, Atma Dorothea: Box (see Hartmann, Atma Dorothea)
Gledhill, (Santa Barbara): Box 20
Godwin, Nora and Parke: Box 12 (see Transcripts), Box 13
Goldensky, Elias: Box 19, Box 40A
Goldsmith, Mr.: Box 11
Goncourts: Box 19
Gordigiani, E.: Box 39
Gottheil, A., (Danzing): Box 19
Gottschalk: Box 13
Gottheil, W.G.: Box 40A
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de: Box 20
Grafly, Dorothy: Box 13
Grainer, Franz: Box 19
"Graveland in a Flat": Box 6
Greenwich Village: Box 35
Greuze, Jean Baptiste: Box 20
Groll, Albert L.: Box 13, Box 19
Gron, Victor: Box 13
Grosvenor Public Library (Buffalo): Box 11, Box 15 (see Van Duzee)
"Ground Fog": Box 6
Guilbert, Yvette: Box 40A
"The Hand": Box 6
"Hanka and Dodoitsu": Box 6
Hansen, Ejnar and Helga: Box 11, Box 26, Box 31, Box 39, Box 40A, Box 40B
Hansson: Box O1a, Box 20
Harris, George: Box 13
Hartmann, Arthur M.: Box 26
Hartmann, Astor: Box 26, Box 43
Hartmann, Atma Dorothea (Dorothea Gilliland): Box 16, Box 40B, Box 46
Hartmann, Elizabeth Blanche Walsh: Box 15, Box 16, Box 18, Box 31, Box 36, Box 39
Hartmann, Carl Hermann Oscar (Sadakichi Hartmann's father): Box 39
Hartmann, Edgar: Box 16
Hartmann, Ernst Ferdinand Caspar: Box 27
Hartmann, Jonquil: Box 43
Hartmann, Minerva (Mrs. W.J. Gallagher): Box 16
Hartmann, Osada: Box (see Osada)
Hartmann, Oscar: Box 15 (see Seaman), Box 16, Box 26, Box 39
Hartmann, Paul: Box 16, Box 39, Box 40B
Hartmann, Robert: Box 26
Hartmann, Sadakichi: Box 34 (memorabilia)
Hartmann, Tansy: Box 16, Box 26, Box 43
Hartmann, Taru: Box (see Hartmann, Oscar)
Hartmann, William: Box 13
Hartmann, Wistaria: Box 16, Box 26, Box 39, Box 43
"Hartmann-Eickemeyer" (by R. Hull): Box 35
Hartmannea: Box 6
Hassam, Childe: Box 31
"The Haunted Vine": Box 6
Hawthorne, Charles W.: Box 20
Hearst, Phoebe A.: Box 11
Heckman, R.G.: Box 26
Hemmerdinger, William: Box 34
Henderson, Daniel: Box 11
Henner, Jean Jacques: Box 20
Henri, Robert: Box 20, Box 21
Herbert, Henry: Box 13
Herkomer, Hubert: Box 20
Heyne, Anna: Box 39
Hier, Frederick, Jr.: Box 13
Higgins, Edgar (Eddie) F.: Box (see Sargents Court Correspondence), Box 15
Hill, Richard: Box 29, Box 34
Hilsdorf, Jacob: Box 19
Hirsch, Fred S.: Box 13
Histed, E.W.: Box 19
Hobart: Box 40A
Hoffman Studio, (Philadelphia): Box 19
"Hog Island": Box 6
Holbein, Hans: Box 20
Holladay, Paula: Box 11
Hollinger, W.M.: Box 38, Box 40A
Hope, Charles: Box 13
Horowitz, Leopold: Box 19
"How Poe Wrote the Raven": Box 6
Hubbard, Elbert: Box 11, Box 13
Hull, Roger P.: Box 35
Hummer, Helen: Box 13
Huneker, James Gibbons: Box 30
Huntington, D.: Box 13
Hutchinson, Eugene R.: Box 19
"Ides of March": Box 6
"In Search of My Likeness": Box 6
"Instead of a Preface": Box 6
"Invisible Arms": Box 6
Jaegers, Albert (sculptor): Box 13
Janvier, Meredith: Box 40A
"Japan in the Sixties": Box 6
"Japanese Rhythms": Box 6, Box 10, Box 18
Jarmig, Carl: Box 13
Jefferson, Joseph: Box 40A
Johnson, --: Box 13
Johnson, Belle: Box 20
Johnson, Eastman: Box 19
"Journey to Sadakichi" (by Joe Weinberg): Box 36
Juhl, Ernst: Box 19
Kahn, Otto (?): Box 13
Kairiyama, T.: Box 13
Kasebier, Gertrude: Box 40A
Katherine --: Box 11
Kaulbach, Frederick August von: Box 20
Keen, E.: Box 13
Keet, A.E.: Box 13
Keiley, Joseph T.: Box 11
Kennedy, Mary: Box 13
Kernan, Frank J.: Box 40A
"Kiel": Box 6
Kielland, Alexander: Box 19, Box 20
Kimmel, Stanley: Box 8, Box 40B
Kipp, Karl: Box 40A
Klintworth, C. Verne: Box 11, Box 30, Box 38
Klausner, Oscar: Box 30
Knaffle Bros., (Knoxville): Box 20
Knox, George: Box 26, Box 28, Box 44
Koner, Max: Box 19, Box 20
Krakow, Louise E.: Box 13
Krasnow, Peter: Box 11, Box 31, Box 39, Box 40A, Box 40B
Krauth, Alfred: Box 19
Kroll, Leon: Box 11
Kronberg, Louis: Box 13
Kryzanowsky, Romana: Box 13
Kuhn, Heinrich: Box 11
"Lady of Castle Rock": Box 6
"Lady of the Yellow Jonquils": Box 6
Lance, Elizabeth D.: Box 11
Lardner, Mrs. George: Box 33
"The Last Thirty Days of Christ": Box 6
Latoix, Mrs. B.D.: Box 14
Lawton, Harry: Box 26, Box 31, Box 36, Box 44
Leachy, --: Box 19
Le Beque, Renee: Box 19
Ledoux, Louis: Box 14
Leibl, Wilhelm: Box 20
Lenbach, Fritz von: Box 19, Box 20
Lersky, Helmar, (Milwaukee): Box 20
Lesseps, Ferdinand de: Box 21
Lesoir, George: Box 31
Library Company of Philadelphia: Box 14
Lifshey, Sadakichi Hartmann: Box 19, Box 20
Linder, Henry: Box 14, Box 21
Lindhe, Roy E.: Box 14
Link, Herman: Box 19
Linton, Wistaria Hartmann: Box (see Hartmann, Wistaria)
Linton, Marigold: Box 39
Linton, Walter: Box 39
Lipton, George: Box (see Ezra Pound), Box 14
Lloyd, J. William: Box 14
"London Days": Box 6
Lorey, Gustave: Box 19
"Lost in the Northwoods": Box 6
Loy, Mina: Box 33
Lucas, Albert Pike: Box 19
Lucille (Aunt): Box 39
Mabbott, Thomas Ollive: Box 12, Box 14
McAllister, John E.: Box 14
Macaray, Florence: Box 14
MacCameron, Robert S.: Box 20
McClure, Samuel Sidney: Box 14
McCormick, F.: Box 14
MacDonald, Pirie: Box 12, Box 14, Box 19, Box 40A
MacDowell, Mrs. Edward: Box 14
MacFarlane, Ida: Box 14
McGeorge, Robert R.: Box 20
McGinnity, Joe: Box 40A
McIntosh, Burr: Box 40A
McMahan's Furniture: Box 14
McNear, Willa: Box 14
MacNeil, Herman Atkins: Box 14
"Maid of Shiloh": Box 6
Makintosh, Mary: Box 14
Mallarmé: Box 30, Box 40A
"Malmaison": Box 6
Manet, Edouard: Box 20
Mann, Thomas: Box 14
Marceau, Theo: Box 20
Marie --: Box 14
Marigold Linton: Box (see Linton, Marigold)
Markham, Edwin: Box 14
Marks, Robert: Box 14
Marsh, Frederick Dana: Box 14, Box 39
Marshall, A.: Box 19
Martin, D.B.: Box 14
Martinot, Sadie: Box 30
Martiny, Yvonne: Box 14
Marvin, C.F.: Box 14
Marx, Ben T.: Box 12 Box (see also Transcripts), Box 14, Box 33, Box 39
Mason, Redfern: Box 12
Matthews, Brander: Box 12, Box 14
Maurice, Arthur B.: Box 35
Max, Gabriel: Box 20
Mayer, Louis: Box 14
Melchers, Gary: Box 20
Mencken, H.L.: Box 12, Box 14
Mervin Sales Co.: Box 14
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York): Box 12, Box 14
Metzgar, Judson: Box 26
Meyer, Eugene: Box 12
Midway Studios: Box 14
Miller, Richard E.: Box 20
Minnigore, C. Powell: Box (see Corcoran Gallery), Box 13
Mishkin: Box 19
"Miss Profile": Box 6
Mitchell, J.D.: Box 20
Mock, J. Ernest: Box 38, Box 40A
"Modern Decameron Stories": Box 6
"Mohammed": Box 6, Box 18
Moholy-Nagy, L.: Box 14
Monahan, Michael: Box 14
Monsen, Frederick I.: Box 19, Box 40A
Montlitury: Box 40A
Moore, Edith K.: Box 12, Box 14
Moore, Matt: Box 14, Box 26, Box 38, Box 40A
Morgan, Nora: Box 12, Box 15 Box (see Sargents Court Correspondence)
Morgan, Roy: Box 12, Box 14, Box 15 Box (see Sargents Court Correspondence)
Morgenthau, Henry: Box 14
Morrissette, Bruce: Box 33
Morton, James F.: Box 14
Moschcowitz, Paul: Box 14
"Moses": Box 6, Box 10
Mosley (?): Box 14
"The Motion Picture": Box 6
"Munich Days": Box 6
Munter, Paul: Box 14
"Music Charts": Box 6
"My Lady's Lingerie": Box 6
"My Theory of Soul Atoms": Box 6
"Naked Ghosts": Box 7
Needham, Charles Austin: Box 21
Nelson, R.C., (Hastings, Neb.): Box 20
"New York's Homeless": Box 7
Newhall, Beaumont: Box 33
Newman, Percy: Box 20
Newman, William W.: Box 14
Nicholas, A.A.: Box 38
Niedringhaus, Charles: Box 14
Nineteenth Century Club: Box 12
"Nocturne": Box 7
"Notes for Lectures": Box 7
Nurva: Box (see Hartmann, Minerva)
Nussbaumer, J. George: Box 20
"Obituary": Box 7
O'Brien, D.H.: Box 14
O'Connor, Jeremiah: Box 12, Box 13 Box (see Corcoran Gallery)
Odenburg, J.: Box 12
"An Old Storck and His Wife": Box 7
Olesen, Olaf: Box 14
"On the Mechanism of Patriotism": Box 7
"On the Origin of Art": Box 7
"One-Thousand Happy Moments": Box 7
"O'Neill Laughed": Box 7
"Open Letters": Box 7
Orchardson, W.Q.: Box 20
Orpen, William: Box 19
Osada (Sadakichi Hartmann's mother): Box 39
"Osadda's Revenge": Box 7
Ota, Saburo: Box 30, Box 33
Ottendorfer, Oswald: Box 14
"Our Last Walk": Box 7
Ozias, Blake: Box 14
Paddock, W.D.: Box 21
Page, Walter H.: Box 14
Paget-Fredericks, J.: Box 30
Paintin, Ronald: Box (see Ron Paintin)
Parkinson, Morris Burke: Box 19, Box 20
Parrish, Stephen: Box 14
Parrish, W. and G.: Box 40A
Patterson, Tom: Box 33, Box 36
Pearson, Norman Holmes: Box 33
Perry, T. Lockwood: Box 14
Peters, Isabelle: Box 14
Petzold, Adolph: Box 40A
Phillips, Duncan: Box 14
Pierce, Henry Havelock: Box 19, Box 40A
Pierce, Robert Bruce: Box 40A
"Poems": Box 8, Box 10
Pohle, Frederick, (Buffalo): Box 20
Poillon, William: Box 14
Pollard, Sara: Box 14
Polowetzsky, Charles: Box 12
Possart, Ernst: Box 19
Post, William B.: Box 19
Pound, Ezra: Box 14
Pound, H.L. (see Ezra Pound): Box 14
Powers, Leroy: Box 12
Prall, Virginia M.: Box 19
"Prayer for the Jews": Box 8
Preface to Leaves on the Water (by Stanley Kimmel): Box 8
Pringle, Aileen: Box 14, Box 19
Proctor, A.T.: Box 19
Purcell, Mrs. W.: Box 26
Purdy, Lawson: Box 14
Puyo, C.: Box 19
Quick, Herb: Box 38
Quirt, W.: Box 14
Rachel: Box 40A
"Rain": Box 8
Raphael, Sandro: Box 20
Redon, Odilon: Box 14
Reece, Jane, (Dayton): Box 20
Reed, Frederick: Box 14
Reeves, Alfred: Box 14
Reid, Roland: Box 14
Reineke, Miss: Box 20
Reiter, Josef (composer of "Sadakichi March"): Box 34
Reith, Julia: Box 14
"Religious Degenerations": Box 8
Rembrandt van Rijn: Box 20
Renoir, Auguste: Box 20
Rey, Guido: Box 19, Box 40A
Reynolds, Sir Joshua: Box 20
Ridder, Herman: Box 14
"The Rise and Fall of Art": Box 8
"Rising Mist": Box 8
"Robert Marks of Detroit": Box 8
Robinson, Marie: Box 14
Rocker, R.: Box 14
Rohlfs, Charles: Box 19
Romm: Box 12
Ron (Ronald Paintin): Box 15 ( see also Sargents Court Correspondence)
Rood, Roland: Box 12, Box 14
Roos: Box 12
Rosen, Ray: Box 40B
Rosenthal, Herbert: Box 19, Box 40A
Rosenthal, Moritz: Box 12
Rosetti, Dante Gabriel: Box 20
Rota, Herb: Box 40A
Roycrofters: Box 30
Rubens, Peter Paul: Box 20
Ryder, Albert Pinkham (American painter): Box 8, Box 19 (see also "Story of Albert Pinkham Ryder")
"Sadakichi March" (by Josef Reiter): Box 34
Sage, Cornelia B.: Box 12 (see Transcripts), Box 14
St. John, Adela Rogers: Box 30
"St. Louis Art Situation": Box 8
Salter, Leon: Box 40B
Saltman, D.J.: Box 12
Saltus, Edgar: Box 19, Box 30
"Salut au Monde": Box 8
Sandburg, Carl: Box 34
Sanders, Henry S.: Box 14
Santayana, George: Box 14
Sargent, John Singer: Box 20
Sargent, Franklin H.: Box 14
Sargents Court Correspondence: Box 15, Box 38
Sarony, Napoleon: Box 19
Scharf, Otto: Box 19
"Schemes": Box 8
Schlageter, Alberta: Box 15
Schliepmann, Elizabeth, (St. Louis): Box 20
Schneidau, Emil: Box 15
Schneider, Isidor: Box 12
Schoenheit, Edward D.: Box 15
"Schopenhauer in the Air": Box 18
Schrader, Fred: Box 15
Schroeder: Box 38
Schuler, J.W.: Box 40A
Schull, Sherrill: Box 21
Schwab, Arnold T.: Box 33
Seaman, A.C.: Box 15
Selznick, David O.: Box 15
"Seven Weeks in a German Prison": Box 8
Sexauer, H.F. (see Sargents Court Correspondence): Box 15
Sexauer, Maya: Box 12 ( see passim in Sargents Court Correspondence)
Shannon, Sir James Jebusa: Box 20
Sharman, Grant: Box 26
Short Stories: Box 8
Sigel, Tobias: Box 12, Box 15
Simon, Lucien: Box 20
Sinclair: Box 40A
Sipperell, G.J., (Buffalo): Box 20
"Slaughter of the Innocents": Box 8
Sloan, John: Box 30
Smith, Edison: Box 12
Smith, May L., (Binghamton, N.Y.): Box 20
Soissons, Comte de: Box 31
Spreckels, Alma: Box 15
Springer, H.J.: Box 19
Stedman, E.C.: Box 12
Steffens, M.J.: Box 21
Steichen, Edward J.: Box 19, Box 38, Box 40A
Stein, S.L.: Box 20
Stieglitz, Alfred: Box 12, Box 15, Box 30, Box 40A
Stimson, John Ward: Box 15
"Story of Albert P. Ryder": Box 8
"The Story of An American Painter": Box 8
"Story of the Buddha": Box 8
"The Story of the Engineer": Box 8
Strauss, Alex: Box 15
Strauss, J.C., (St. Louis): Box 19, Box 20, Box 21, Box 38, Box 40A
Strindberg, August: Box 20
Stromberg, Gustaf: Box 15
Sturgis, George: Box 15
"The Stylus": Box 17
Sussman, Jeffrey: Box 35
Sutro, Florence C.: Box 15
Swift, Ivan: Box 15
T.M. ("Tramp Madonna"): Box see Lillian Bonham
"Tanka": Box 8
"Tanka and Haikai": Box 10, Box 18
Tarkington, Booth: Box 15
Taubes, Frederic: Box 15
Tennant, T.D.: Box 15
"Three Years in Philadelphia": Box 8
Throop, Anne: Box 16, Box 31, Box 39
Titian: Box 20
Titus, A.D., (Buffalo): Box 20
"To A.T.": Box 8
"To My Mother": Box 8
Toloff, J.T., (Evanston, Ill.): Box 20
Tompkins, F.H.: Box 19, Box 39
Towles Studio: Box 21
"Tragedy in a New York Flat": Box 8
"Tramp Madonna": Box (see Lillian Bonham)
"Tramp Madonna" (story): Box 18
Troubetzkoy, Amelie ("The Princess"): Box 15
Tryon, W.D.: Box 8
"Vacant Bungalow": Box 8
Valentine, E.E.: Box 12 (see Transcripts)
"Valiant Flyer of the Air": Box 8
"The Valley of Silence": Box 8
Vander Weyde, W.: Box 19, Box 40A
Van Duzee, Edward P.: Box 12 (see Transcripts)
Van Dyck, Anton: Box 20, Box 38
Van Haagen, Henry J.: Box 15
Van Noppen, Leonard: Box 15
Vaterlandischer Hilfsverein: Box 15
Velazquez, Diego: Box 20
Verbeck, Gustav: Box 15
"A Visit to John Burroughs": Box 8
Vonnoh, Robert: Box 15
Wade, Elizabeth Flint: Box 19, Box 40A
Waide, Milton: Box 20
Wallace, --: Box 20
Walsh, Elizabeth Blanche: Box (see Hartmann, Elizabeth Blanche Walsh)
Walt Whitman Society: Box 37
Warburg, Mrs. Felix: Box 15
Warrington, C.: Box 38
Warshaw, --: Box 15
Watson, Dawson: Box 19
Watts, George Frederick: Box 20
Weber, Harry (see Sargents Court Correspondence): Box 15, Box 40B
Weinberg, Joe: Box 36
Weinberger, Harry: Box 15
Weir, Alden: Box 20
Wendt, --: Box 15
Wesselman, Cliff: Box 38, Box 39
Weston, Edward: Box 12, Box 20, Box 38, Box 39
Wheeler, A.C. (see Nym Crinkle):
"When I Was King of Bohemia": Box 8
Whistler, James Abbott McNeil: Box 20
"White Chrysanthemums": Box 41
White, Clarence H.: Box 19, Box 40A
Whitman, Walt: Box 40A
Wiboldt: Box 34
Wiksel, G.P.: Box 12, Box 15
Wiles, Irving: Box 15
Williams, Margaret: Box 15
Williams, Wheeler: Box 15
Wilson, James: Box 12
Wilson, Maude: Box 20, Box 40A
Winter, Margery: Box 15, Box 38 ( see also Sargents Court Correspondence), Box 15
Wistaria (the flower): Box 8
"With Knapsack and Staff": Box 8
"Women as Delineated in Modern Literature": Box 8
"Women's Dress and the Artist": Box 8
Wood, Grant: Box 15
"Workers on Art Relief, Come Forth": Box 8
Wright, Dunbar: Box 38
Yens, Karl: Box 15
"A Youngster Dons Mikado Garb": Box 8
Zeitlin, Jake: Box 12
Zimmerman, Walter: Box 21, Box 40A
Zimmermann, Frank M.: Box 15
Zola, Emile: Box 19

Collection Contents

 

Autobiographies

Box 1

A. Sadakichi Hartmann's autobiography in original typescript and annotations. iv, 258 leaves, ca. 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Provenance: Gene Fowler, to his son Will Fowler, to UCR (purchased 1978). In slip-case.
 

Synopsis and preface: iv pp.

 

Chronology, 1867-1935: 3 pp.

 

"Appreciations": p. 4-21

 

"Books": p. 22

 

"Esthetic Verities": p. 23

 

"Photographed by": p. 24

 

"Hartmann(e)a": p. 25-28

 

"Osada": p. 28a-e

 

"My Venerable Father": p. 29-37

 

"First Impressions": p. 38-41

 

"Japanese Reminiscences": p. 42-43

 

"Grandmother": p. 44-47

 

"Uncle Ernst": p. 48-50

 

"My Brother Taru": p. 51-54

 

"Die Frauleins": p. 55-56

 

"Routine of the Day": p. 57-58

 

"Peculiar Traits": p. 59-61

 

"Early Eroticism": p. 62-65

 

"Books": p. 66-67

 

"Travels": p. 68-71

 

"Amusements": p. 72-75

 

"School Days": p. 76-83

 

"How a Tiny Gentleman Behaved": p. 84-86

 

"Kiel": p. 87-95

 

"At the Training School": p. 96-99

 

"Erbschleicherei": p. 100-103

 

"From Havre...": p. 104-106

 

"Three Years in Philadelphia": p. 107-121

 

"Hunger": p. 122-132

 

"My Trip to Munich": p. 133-142

 

"Munich Days": p. 143-155

 

"Midnight Performances": p. 156-165

 

"Vacation Trips": p. 166-172

 

"Paul Heyse": p. 173-177

 

"Clara": p. 178-189

 

"Charleroi": p. 190-193

 

"Boston": p. 194-202

 

"Boston Days": p. 203-211

 

"My First Apostasy": p. 212-216

 

"Holland and London Days": p. 217-227

 

"My Second Boston Season": p. 228-233

 

"Ruth and Hildegard": p. 234-243

 

"The True Days of Bohemia": p. 244-250

 

"Bebe": p. 251-258

Box 2

B. Typed copy made by Miss Madeline Parkinson, with holographic notes by Gene Fowler. 8, 315, 14, 9 leaves. Copied June, 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Provenance: Gene Fowler, to his daughter Jane and son-in-law Paul Morrison, to UCR (purchase 1971).
In slipcase.
Includes at end typescripts of Sadakichi Hartmann's "Early Poems" (14 leaves) 1886-89, and "Naked Ghosts" (9 leaves) 1887-1892, revised 1903.
Box 3

C. Carbon copy of B. 7, 315, 22 leaves, copied June 1940.

Scope and Content Note

Provenance: Wistaria Hartmann Linton to UCR.
In cardboard box.
Includes at end "A Japanese Romance" (22 leaves), and lacks "Early Poems" and "Naked Ghosts" in number B above.
 

D. Xerox copy of C. 315, 22 leaves.

Box 4

E. Transcript of autobiography and complaint (Wistaria H. Linton vs. Gene Fowler, Viking Press, et al.) submitted as evidence in suit, March, 1955. 4, 1, 4, 245 leaves, folio.

Scope and Content Note

Provenance: Wistaria H. Linton.
 

F. Xerox copy of E.

 

G. Preface, 1933. TMs.

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
 

Manuscripts

 

A-Z

Box 5

Miscellaneous Mss.

Physical Description: 2 pp.
 

Miscellaneous Mss.

Physical Description: 7 leaves.
 

Along Timberline, TMs, 14 pp., revisions.

 

Art Aphorisms, Ams, 35 leaves, revisions and drawings.

 

Aspirations of a Playwright, TMsPh, notes by Knox and Lawton, essay: 6 pp., 2 copies, revised.

 

At the Training School, T/AMs, Autobiography: 5 pp. revised.

 

Autobiography, TMs, 8 pp., very little revision, ca. 1939.

 

Baker Eddy, T/AMs, drama: 67 leaves, much revision.

 

Baker Eddy, AMs, drama: 95 leaves, revisions, written 1936, revised 1937.

 

Black Smoke, TMs, short story: 7 leaves, some revision.

 

Boston Lions, TMsPh, drama: 126 pp., some revision, written 1890-1896.

 

Buddha, TMs, Author's Edition "To Marie", drama: 34 pp., no revisions, written 1891-1895, author's edition 1897.

 

Buddha, Typescript, drama; 40 pp., not revised.

 

Can Poets Help? T/AMs essay: 55 leaves, heavy revision (extracts from 1000 Happy Moments).

 

Career of a Violinist, TMs, outline for drama(?): 4 pp., light revision.

 

Christ, TCC, drama: 40 leaves, 3 copies, no revisions, written 1888, published 1893.

 

Cimmerian Darkness, AMsPh, 143 leaves, heavy revision.

 

Cock in the Air, AMs, drama(?): 23 leaves, heavy revision.

 

Come Here, AMs, short story: 4 leaves, no revisions.

 

Confessions of an Ex-Journalist, TMsCC, Autobiography: 20 pp., no revisions.

 

A Contribution to the Technique of Draughtmanship. The Relation of Drawing to Handwriting, TMs, essay: 4 pp., light revision.

 

Conversations with Walt Whitman, Typescript, essay: 42 pp., no revision but several marginal notes, written 1894, published 1895.

 

The Dance Pavilion in the Mountains, TMs, short story: 12 pp., no revisions.

 

The Deserted Cottage (continuation of With Knapsack and Staff), TMs, Autobiography: 9 pp., no revisions.

 

Dolor, TMs, poem: 1 p., no revisions.

 

Dramatic Sketch, untitled, AMs, drama: 17 pp., some revision.

Box 6

Early Poems, TMsPh, poetry: 13 pp., no revisions, written 1886-1889.

 

Famous Lovers, AMs, list:

Physical Description: 6 pp.
 

A Few Words on Criticism, TMs, essay: 5 pp., some revision.

 

Fighting Japs, TC, drama: 84 pp., some revision.

 

Flirtation, AMs, essay: 6 pp., some revision.

 

Flirtation (2), AMs, essay: 6 pp., some revision.

 

Four Views of San Jacinto, TMs, "Pastels in Prose": 2 pp., some revision.

 

Four Views of San Jacinto, mimeograph, "Pastels in Prose": 2 pp., no revisions.

 

Fourteen Points in Favor of Sadakichi Hartmann, AMsPh, list: 3 pp., no revisions, 1919(?).

 

From Sagebrush to Columbine, TMs, essay: 13 pp., some revision.

 

Graveland in a Flat, AMs, short story: 12 pp., no revisions.

 

Ground Fog, TMs, poem: 1 p., no revisions.

 

The Hand, AMs, dramatic sketch: 9 pp., some revision.

 

Hanka and Dodoitsu, AMs, poems: 1 p., no revisions, 1907(?), sent to E. Hubbard.

 

The Haunted Vine, TMs, short story: 7 pp., no revisions.

 

Hog Island, AMs, short story: 12 pp., medium revision.

 

Hartmannea, mimeographed, list: 4 pp., no revisions, printed 1945.

 

How Poe Wrote the Raven, printed article, essay: 4 pp. (introduction by Richard Tuerk), published in The Markham Review, vol. 3, (Feb., 1973) no. 5. Also: "Poe and His 'Precursor' " by J.B.G., The Critic, vol. 30, (May, 1897) no. 794.

 

Ides of March, TMsPh, short story: 7 pp., some revision.

 

In Search of My Likeness, AMsTPh, essay: 9 pp., some revision.

 

Instead of a Preface, Transcription by Wistaria Linton, Letter to William M. Reedy: 8 leaves, 1916.

 

Invisible Arms, TMs, short story: 6 leaves, light revision.

 

Japan in the Sixties, TMs, essay: 3 pp., some revision.

 

Japanese Rhythms, Ph of Matt Moore's copy in Sadakichi Hartmann's hand, poetry:

Physical Description: 19 pp.
 

Kiel, AMs, Autobiography: 10 leaves, some revision, written 1915.

 

Lady of Castle Rock, AMsPh, short story: 9 pp., some revision.

 

Lady of the Yellow Jonquils, TMs, short story: 6 pp., some revision, submitted for publication 1907.

 

Last 30 Days of Christ, excerpts from reviews: 6 leaves.

 

London Days, AMs, Autobiography: 15 leaves, some revision, 1888/1915.

 

Lost in the Northwoods, TMs, short story: 10 pp., some revision.

 

Maid of Shiloh, TMs, short story: 10 pp., no revisions.

 

Malmaison, short story, newspaper clippings: 3 pp., revisions.

 

Miss Profile, TMs, short story: 7 leaves, light revision.

 

Modern Decameron Stories, AMs, short stories: 71 pp., some revision.

 

Mohammed (I), TMsCC, drama: 43 pp., no revisions, after 1916.

 

Mohammed (II), TMsCC, drama: 41 pp., no revisions, after 1916.

 

Moses, TMsPh, drama: 30 pp., some revision.

 

The Motion Picture, TMs, essay: 17 leaves, light revision.

 

Munich Days (I), AMs, Autobiography: 12 leaves, medium revision, written 1919.

 

Munich Days (II), AMs, Autobiography: 7 leaves, medium revision.

 

Munich Days, transcribed by Wistaria Hartmann, edited by her in 1954.

 

Music Charts, AMs, graphs:

Physical Description: 2 pp.
 

My Lady's Lingerie, TMsPh, essay: 52 leaves, some revision.

 

My Theory of Soul Atoms, printed book, philosophy: 62 pp. and 21 typed sheets, some revision, revised 1922.

Box 7

Naked Ghosts, T/AMs, prose poems: 51 leaves, no revisions, 1898.

 

Naked Ghosts, TMsPh, poetry: 10 leaves, no revisions, written 1890, revised 1903.

 

New York's Homeless, Ph, 4 pp.; Professional Beggars, Ph, 4 pp.; Among the Ragpickers of New York, Ph, 4 pp.; From the New York Crime World, Ph, 4 pp.: all translated by Sadakichi Hartmann from New York Staats-Zeitung.

 

Nocturne, TMsPh of printed page, poem: 1 p., no revisions, sent to E. Hubbard, published in The Fra, 1912.

 

Notes for Lectures:

 

I. pp. 2 and 3 of lecture on Kafka, TMs

 

II. pp. 1, 3, 4 of some (more than one?) art lecture, A/TMs

 

III. Notices of several Sadakichi Hartmann lectures.

 

Obituary, TMs, notice: 1 p., seven versions with revisions.

 

An Old Storck and His Wife, AMs, short story: 28 pp., some revision, (Sidney Allan).

 

On the Mechanism of Patriotism, TMs, essay:

Physical Description: 10 pp.
 

On the Origin of Art, TMs, essay: 18 leaves, light revision.

 

One-Thousand Happy Moments, TMs, Autobiography: pp. 1-130, light revision.

 

One-Thousand Happy Moments, TMs, Autobiography: pp. 131-254, light revision.

 

O'Neill Laughed, TMs, essay: 10 pp., some revision.

 

Open Letters

 

Osadda's Revenge, AMs, drama: approx. 120 pp. (very fragile), some revision, written ca. 1890.

 

Osadda's Revenge, AMsPh, drama: 106 leaves, some revision, ca. 1890.

 

Our Last Walk Together, printed booklet, Memorial: 7 pp., printed 1921.

Box 8

Poems, AMsPh, poetry: 42 leaves, some revision, introduction by Vance Thompson.

 

Poems, TMs, poetry: 8 4-line poems, 1 p., no revision.

 

Prayer for the Jews, TMs, essay: 5 pp., some revision, written 1935, published 1936.

 

Preface to Leaves on the Water by Stanley Kimmel (preface by Sadakichi Hartmann), Ph: 6 leaves, printed 1922.

 

Rain, TMs, poem: 1 p., no revisions.

 

Religious Degenerations, AMsPh, lecture: 4 pp. (fragment), some revision, 1890's.

 

The Rise and Fall of Art, TMs, a graph: 2 pp., some revision.

 

Rising Mist, TMs, short story: 6 pp., medium revision, 1911.

 

Robert Marks of Detroit, TMs, essay: 4 pp., some revision, 1933.

 

St. Louis Art Situation, TMs, essay: 7 pp., some revision.

 

Salut au Monde: A Friend Remembers Whitman, TMs, essay: 6 pp., very light revision, published 1927.

 

Schemes, TMsPh and transcript, list of projects: 18 pp., light revision.

 

Seven Weeks in a German Prison, TMsCCPh, Autobiography: 7 pp., no revisions.

 

Seven Weeks in a German Prison, TMs, Autobiography: 11 pp., heavy revision.

 

Short Stories, A/TMs, list: 8 pp., some revision, 1921.

 

Slaughter of the Innocents, TMs, short story: 7 pp., light revision.

 

The Story of Albert P. Ryder (also titled: The Story of a Painter and The Beginning), AMs, essay: 49 leaves, heavy revision

 

The Story of an American Painter, TMsPh, essay: 47 pp., some revision, copyright 1926 (same as above).

 

Story of the Buddha Series (of Pastels), AMs, essay: 3 pp., slight revision.

 

The Story of the Engineer, TMs, short story: 6 pp., light revision.

 

Tanka, TMs, poetry: 1 p., no revision.

 

Three Years in Philadelphia, AMs, Autobiography: 15 leaves, medium revision, written 1891, rewritten 1915.

 

To A.T., TMsCC, poem: 1 p. no revisions, written 1923.

 

To My Mother, TMsPh, poetry: 1 p., heavy revision.

 

Tragedy in a New York Flat, TMs, drama: 8 leaves, no revisions.

 

Tragedy in a New York Flat, Author's Edition, drama: 12 leaves, no revisions, 1896.

 

W.D. Tryon, newspaper clipping: 3 leaves, some revision.

 

Vacant Bungalow, TMs, drama: 27 leaves, some revision.

 

Valiant Flyer of the Air, printed copy and Ph, poetry: 4 pp., no revisions, to Marion Davies.

 

The Valley of Silence, TMsCC, poetry: 1 p., no revisions, note on bottom, dated 1942.

 

A Visit to John Burroughs, TMs, essay: 8 leaves, some revision.

 

A Visit to John Burroughs, printed copy, essay: 3 pp., no revisions, dated 1921.

 

When I Was King of Bohemia, TMsCC, list: 1 p., no revisions.

 

Wistaria (the Flower), TMs, essay: 6 leaves, some revision.

 

With Knapsack and Staff, TMs, essay: 7 pp., medium revision, written 1887 and 1915.

 

With Knapsack and Staff, TMsPh, "Second draft of 1887 article", essay: 4 pp., light revision.

 

Women as Delineated in Modern Literature, TMsPh, lecture: 42 leaves, some revision, 1890's.

 

Women's Dress and the Artist, AMs, outline: 1 p., some revision.

 

Workers on Art Relief Come Forth, TMs, essay: 9 leaves, some revision.

 

A Youngster Dons Mikado Garb, TMs, Autobiography: 5 pp., some revision.

Box 9

Esthetic Verities, TMsPh, revisions, written 1927-1933; photocopy (negative) of original in Ridgeway Library, Philadelphia, unpublished, some revision.

 

Manuscript Books

Box 10

Japanese Rhythms, AMs, poetry: 20 leaves, 1933, 1 of 11 copies. Tanka, Haikai, and Dodoitsu form. This copy for Matt Moore, in box, in blue leather slipcase.

 

Japanese Rhythms, mimeographed edition, 1926, 2 of 100 copies,

Physical Description: 12 leaves.
 

Moses, TMs, drama: 30 leaves, revisions, 1934, photographic reproduction (positive).

 

Hartmann's choice of articles for Photo Interview book. (Chiefly from Wilson's Photographic Magazine), printed, numbered pages.

 

Tanka and Haikai, Japanese Rhythms, 1920, printed from calligraphed copy.

 

Poems, TMs, 1944(?).

 

Oversized Manuscripts

Box 18

Baker Eddy, TMsPh, drama: 72 leaves, medium revision, 1938, second revision.

 

Buddha, PrEdPh, drama: 24 leaves, 1897.

 

Cherry Blossoms, TMs, drama: 69 leaves, heavy revision, 1892.

 

Diamond Lizard, TMs, drama: 63 leaves, no revisions.

 

Drifting Flowers of the Sea, TMsPh, poetry: 22 leaves, 1906, no revisions.

 

Japanese Rhythms, AMs with ALSPh, poetry: 11 leaves, 1933, handwritten copy for Frederick P. Hier.

 

Mohammed, a dramatic poem in 3 acts.

 

Schopenhauer in the Air, PrEdPh (includes copy of "Tramp Madonna"), stories: 28 pp., no revisions, 1899.

 

Tanka and Haikai, Japanese Rhythms, PrEdPh, poetry: 9 leaves, 1920, script edition.

 

Walsh, Elizabeth Blanche: On Natural Drama. Review of "Tragedy in a New York Flat", PrPh, 1907. E.B. Walsh was Hartmann's wife; Sadakichi Hartmann may have written this review.

 

Drawings and artwork by Sadakichi Hartmann,

Physical Description: 5 items.
 

Correspondence

 

From Sadakichi Hartmann

Box 11

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SALON

 

1904, June 30. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

German letter inviting participation in Salon Exhibition in December.
 

BALLARD, Claude N.

 

1929, May 26. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to meet at Margery Winter's; wants to go to Schindler's.
 

1929, June 14. AL. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1p.

Scope and Content Note

Picture of statue and comment on it.
 

1929, Oct. 8. TLS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions "the Court will never see me again."
 

1929, Nov. 19. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Invites Ballard out so Sadakichi Hartmann can examine his poetry.
 

1929, Nov. 21. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends Japanese Rhythms as Christmas present for Ballard to copy; as his Christmas present, Sadakichi Hartmann does not want poetry; discusses poem "Snowfall."
 

1929, Dec. 3. APS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Ballard's reaction to "Snowfall."
 

1929, Dec. 20. APS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1p.

Scope and Content Note

Will not help Ballard get a job(?).
 

1929, Dec. 27. APS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Attempt to explain humor; thanks for Christmas present.
 

No date (with letter dated Oct. 8, 1929). ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites Ballard to go to Schindler's with him.
 

No date (was first item in file 1930-1936). ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann visited but no one was home.
 

1930, Jan. 9. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Ballard to read poems by Freystadt.
 

1930, Jan. 15. ALI. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants him to send criticism to Freystadt; comment on Margery Winter; needs money; will be in Los Angeles for upcoming lectures.
 

1930, Jan. 20. PrP. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1p.

Scope and Content Note

Registered or insured article from Sadakichi Hartmann has arrived.
 

1930, Jan. 21. ALI. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for offer; his planned arrival in Los Angeles.
 

1930, Jan. 24. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Already has rooms; meet him at station.
 

1930, Jan. (?). ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Ballard to spread announcements of event at bookstores.
 

1930, Feb. 18. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to Sadakichi Hartmann from Freystadt asking for return of poems; on back Sadakichi Hartmann requests that Ballard send off those poems.
 

1930, March 17. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends copy of "Nancy Pennington."
 

1930, April 15. ALS. Warner-Kelton Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to visit.
 

1930, June 16. ALS. Beaumont, Ca. 5 pp. (torn fragments of other pages).

Scope and Content Note

He is sick and asks Ballard to pick up his things from Warner-Kelton Hotel.
 

1930, June 23. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for his collection of short stories; on back: he needs keys.
 

1930, July 5. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Getting better; asks him to pick up pants from cleaner.
 

1930, July 16. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Again asks Ballard to pick up pants.
 

1930, July 17. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Directions to his new shack.
 

1930, July 23. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Tells of beauty of surroundings; complains of the times.
 

1930, Aug. 4. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wistaria is coming; Ballard invited again; Sadakichi Hartmann surrounded by young girls.
 

1930, Aug. 26. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Ballard to pick up things from Warner-Kelton Hotel.
 

1930, Aug. 27. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Release for his property.
 

1930, Sept. 16. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Ballard to come back again.
 

1930, Sept. 24. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends ticket so Ballard can visit.
 

1930, Oct. 25. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Come up for birthday.
 

1930, Nov. 3. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Understanding for Ballard's problems.
 

1930, Nov. 12. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Views on people, especially Margery Winter, at Sargents Court.
 

1931, June 12. Pr. Ad. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for My Crucifixion.
 

1936, Jan. 6. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Would like to see him in a social way; will not entertain without fee.
 

1936, Jan. 11. AP. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to visit him at John Roberts.
 

1936, Jan. 19. APS. Beverly Hills, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will visit him.
 

1936, Jan. 24. APS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will visit him.
 

1936, March 10. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Getting ready to leave so visit him soon.
 

1936, April 4. ALS. Andover, N.H.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Hopes he got pastel from Chaplin Studio; "think of me sometimes...as a friend."
 

BROSSARD, Raymond (all photocopies)

 

1942, Sept. 23. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial problems; new book written; poem: "The Valley of Silence."
 

1942, Oct. 26. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Flyer for 1000 Happy Moments in a Lifetime.
 

1943, Feb. 1. T/ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Solicitation for funds on his birthday; concern that he won't get very much.
 

1943, April 15. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His difficulties; Margery Winter's death reported.
 

1943, May 8. AL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 7 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Margery Winter's death described; questions about Brossard's work; state of the world.
 

1943, July 22. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

News of a brush-fire; questions about paintings at Sargents Court; blood transfusion; wants to put some of Brossard's work in the Los Angeles Art Museum.
 

1943, Sept. 4. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Orbituary (sic) of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1943, Oct. 18. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

News of 74th birthday; poem.
 

Flyer for "A Dream-Journey and Japanese Perfume Symphony."

 

BRUGUIERE, Francis (1880-1945) (all photocopies)

 

(Letters dated July 30, 1929, July 23, 1930, Jan. 17, 1931, and Dec. 31, 1931, are clipped together with cover note from The Friends of Photography.

 

1929, March 3. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends "Passport"; sees Matt Moore and Aileen Pringle; Stieglitz mentioned with "Jews are spoiling all that is left of art"; plans for review of "Esthetics from Socrates to Sadakichi"; mentions his dance.
 

1929, July 30. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants Bruguiere to send him some friends; still working on "swan's song."
 

1930, June 30. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sent copy of short-stories; needs money.
 

1930, July 23. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks what he thought of previously sent books.
 

1930, Oct. 8. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of birthday (69th).
 

1930, Dec. 31. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Reasons for not writing autobiography; discusses Einstein, Stieglitz, Matt Moore, Aileen Pringle.
 

1931, Jan. 17. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Book and article have not arrived; neither has Charles Lapworth.
 

1931, Dec. 31. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Remarks on what he received; Einstein; sad state of economy.
 

Flyer for all of Sadakichi Hartmann's books with prices.

 

BUS LINE CORRESPONDENCE

 

No date. ALS. Detroit, Michigan.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Explanation of lost bus ticket on trip from Philadelphia, Pa. to Washington, D.C.
 

1934, July 25. TLSCC from Dixie Bus Terminal, Inc. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter to The Short Line, Inc. of Pa., West Chester, Pa. 1 p.
 

1934, July 31. TLS. From The Short Line, Inc. of Pa., West Chester, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Checked for lost ticket; cannot do anything to help.
 

No date. AL. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests measures to protect against lost ticket.
 

1934, Sept. 5. TLS. Public Service Commission, Harrisburg, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

They have no jurisdiction.
 

1934, Sept. 7. TLS. Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

They have no jurisdiction.
 

CARNEGIE FUNDS

 

No date (ca. Nov. 1943). TL (copy). No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Reaction to not receiving grant.
 

CHAPLIN, Charles

 

No date. ALD. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Reaction to being forgotten by Chaplin.
 

CHAPMAN, H.T.

 

1902, Jan. 29. TL. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests explanation for verbal attacks on Sadakichi Hartmann's character.
 

COBY

 

No date. AL. No place.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns the printing of a book.
 

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART

 

1912, May 6. TLS (photocopy). East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Trying to arrange traveling exhibition for Albert Rosenthal.
 

1914, Jan. 17. TLS (photocopy). St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests exhibition by J.C. Strauss.
 

FLAISHMAN, Leopold

 

1919, July 2. ALS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Lack of funds; future books to be published; Last 30 Days of Christ as his most recent work.
 

1924, Feb. 27. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Leaflets sent to newspapers for notices.
 

1924, Feb. 27. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Leaflets and a reprint of an article from Camera (Feb. 2, 1924).
 

1924, March 8. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "Confucius"; experiences in WW I; human nature and reform.
 

1925, March 2. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Desert life; invitation to "step in".
 

1925, March 22. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Literary figures he has known and his criticism of them; American Monthly.
 

1925, Oct. 5. AP. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Lecture which was cancelled due to Chaplin's objections.
 

1925, Nov. 18. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "Neue Freie Presse".
 

1925, Dec. 8. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Answer to query from American Mercury, furnished to Sadakichi Hartmann in a letter from Paul (?); The Last 30 Days of Christ discussed.
 

1926, April 9. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Literary figures he has known and his criticism of them.
 

1926, April 11. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Camping close by; knows Earl (?).
 

1926, Oct. 23. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Salutation: "Werther"; article in Mercury mentioned; book sales.
 

1926, Dec. 26. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Total disinterest in George Sterling, who had recently committed suicide, and Sterling's works.
 

1927, March 16. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

His omission from Who's Who.
 

1927, May 18. ALI. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His criticism of Mary Austin and others.
 

1927, Oct. 31. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"This world is unprofitable and promise-crammed."
 

1928, June 12. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

What is the matter, no answer to his letters.
 

1933. Aug. 9. PrAd. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

"Souvenir of a visit to New York" with critique by Holger Cahill; proof of an invitation to a garden party talk.
 

FORD, Kay

 

1940, Sept. 5. ALS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to pick up book.
 

1941, April 12. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to visit.
 

1941, Dec. 31. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of weather.
 

1943, Oct. 28. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Birthday announcement.
 

1944, June 15. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Selling his pastels and The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

1944, Aug. 28. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Whistler Book; where he could stay in Los Angeles.
 

1944, Oct. 23. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of birthday and "Orbituary".
 

1973, Aug. 4. ALS. From Kay Ford to Harry Lawton.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses her relationship to Sadakichi Hartmann and the correspondence.
 

FOWLER, Gene (1890-1960)

 

1942, May 11. ALS. To Irvin C. Evans, Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns retrieving manuscripts sent to Fowler for biography.
 

1942, May 13. TLS. From Irvin C. Evans to Sadakichi Hartmann, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Retrieval impossible until Sept. 1942.
 

1942, May 16. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sent cover letter dated May 11, 1942; regarding breaking of contract with Fowler.
 

1942, Aug. TLMs. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants his manuscripts back from Fowler and to cancel their arrangements.
 

FROST, Leon

 

1940, Oct. 10. TDS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Affidavit certifying authenticity of Sosen painting.
 

1940, Oct. 16. TLS. From Leon Frost to Ben Marx, Detroit, Michigan.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Returns Sadakichi Hartmann's pastel.
 

1940, Oct. 17. TLCC. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests fee for certification services.
 

1940, Oct. 18. TLS. From Leon Frost to Ben Marx, Detroit, Michigan.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will not pay for affidavit, returns it.
 

GANG, Christel

 

1944, Sept. TL. Banning, Ca. (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcements ready to send; asthma and money matters.
 

GOLDSMITH, Mr.

 

1924, April 9. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks him to send typed ms. of "My Rubaiyat"; complains of ill-health.
 

GROSVENOR LIBRARY

 

1925, Nov. 10. ALS. (photocopy). Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Offer to deliver lecture.
 

1972, Oct. 4. TLS. From Winifred M. Wynne to Harry Lawton.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter.
 

HANSEN, Ejnar and Helga

 

1931, March 30. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to get together with them because Wistaria is there; portrait can wait.
 

1931, Dec. 29. ANS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Weather; invitation to visit.
 

1932, Jan. 26. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of lack of visits.
 

1932, March 10. ANS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for ride to town.
 

1932, March 14. TP. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcements of his lectures.
 

1932, Aug. 24. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests that Helga come out and talk over some matter.
 

1932, Dec. 22. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Olesens, their painting styles and family life. Advertisement for Ejnar Hansen exhibition with picture of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1933, March 31. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Saw his portrait at Stendhal; sent out photos to art papers; mentions Willy Pogany.
 

1934, No day. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Holiday Greetings.
 

1934, Jan. 24. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma getting better.
 

1934, May 6. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of publication of "Moses".
 

1934, May 16. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

News of visiting Olesen's house, no one there; his traveling plans; suggestions which competitions to enter.
 

1934, May 30. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Well off with money; plans to go to Europe.
 

1934, June. TLS. Andover, N.H.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of publication of "Moses".
 

1935, May 25. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to go to Denver, needs money.
 

1935, July 20. APS. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

More instructions for federal funds.
 

1935, Aug. 3. ALS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Suggestions for making money by painting public buildings.
 

1936, March 14. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Going to Chicago.
 

1936, March. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of publication of Esthetic Verities.
 

1936, April 30. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of "Comparative Chart of the World's Literature".
 

1936, May 26. ALS. Hotel Madison, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Explains comments in a recent article; his plans.
 

1937, Feb. 3. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Inquires about friends; accident; advertisement for revised edition of History of American Art.
 

1937, March 26. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sent book; inquires about friends; advertisement for Sadakichi Hartmann as art appraiser and a list of Sadakichi Hartmann's books.
 

1938, April (?). ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests $1.00 for shack.
 

1940, Aug. 17. APrP. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann "amazed at the scarcity of replies."
 

1940, Dec. 12. APS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Danish greetings.
 

1941, March 12. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Found a copy of "Strands and Ravelings of the Art Fabric."
 

1941, April 22. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Open letter selling The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

1942, Aug. ALI. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

His problems with his heritage.
 

1942, Sept. 21. TPS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

In Danish.
 

1942, Nov. 2. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of 73rd birthday.
 

1942, Dec. 16. TS (Christmas card). Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas Greetings.
 

1943, Jan. (?). TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"Orbituary."
 

1943 (?). ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends her a book of South American poets.
 

1943, July 26. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses his library.
 

1943, Aug. 12. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

List of books in his library and their prices.
 

1943, Oct./Nov. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of his 74th birthday.
 

1943, Dec. 13. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Finished book; needs money for arriving in N.Y., $5.00 advance subscription.
 

Pamphlet by Benjamin DeCasseres: "I Am Private Enterprise".

 

Pamphlet by John G. Moore: "The Jacarandas Bloom".

 

1943, Dec. (?). APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas and New Year's greetings.
 

1944, Jan. 24. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains that Helga does not write about herself; his health is not too well.
 

1944, April 10. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will exchange pastel for "anything that would make life a trifle easier."
 

1944, May 22. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will send Timothy a pastel as soon as he gets material to pack it.
 

1944, Nov. 1. AL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

75th birthday announcement.
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggestions for paintings.
 

No date. AP. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Change in rules for Emergency Relief for Art.
 

HEARST, Phoebe A.

 

1916, No day. TLS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for "Tanka and Haikai".
 

1917, Jan. 9. ALS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Offers to perform for her and guests.
 

HENDERSON, Daniel

 

1935, March 23. TLCC. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Response to Carnegie Fund's denial of Sadakichi Hartmann's request for grant.
 

HOLLADAY, Paula

 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Best never to meet again; best wishes.
 

HUBBARD, Elbert (1859-1915)

 

1907, June 13. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for advance travel money.
 

1907, May 23. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Delayed by asthma.
 

1907, Sept. 9. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends drawings for publication.
 

1907, Sept. 2-. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Inquires as to whether Hubbard received drawings.
 

1907, Sept. 25. TLI. From Hubbard to Sadakichi Hartmann, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Received drawings and manuscript.
 

1907, Sept. 27. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Reserves right to publish the manuscript later by himself.
 

KATHERINE

 

1896. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Only does what he wants in art, will not do what she asks; reply on back: will not attend party on Jan. 1, 1897.
 

KEILEY, Joseph (1869-1914)

 

1909, July 28. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for kind note and prompt reply.
 

KLINTWORTH, C. Verne

 

1925, May 29. APS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggestions for portrait painting.
 

KROLL, Leon (1884-)

 

1939, Sept. 10. TLS. (photocopy). Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Included him in "Strands and Ravelings of the Art Fabric"; needs money to publish it.
 

KRASNOW, Peter (1890-1979)

 

1930, Oct. 13. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Ask him to visit to discuss something.
 

1930, Nov. 3. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to birthday celebration, bring portraits for small exhibition.
 

1930, Dec. 12. ALI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"I wonder what has ever become of you."
 

1931, Oct. 16. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Good luck in Paris; requests von Sternberg's address.
 

1935, Jan. 26. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends root forms; invites him out.
 

1935, July 10. APS. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Greetings; met Geller.
 

1937, Sept. 19. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poem praising nature and Krasnow.
 

1938, Dec. 12. PrP. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Map with directions to his shack.
 

1939, Oct. 11. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for drawings; mentions birthday "which should be a national holiday but isn't".
 

1939, Nov. 24. APS. Sargents Court, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; invites them to take him for a ride.
 

1940, Aug. 8. PrP. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for "Strands and Ravelings of the Art Fabric".
 

1942, Oct. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of his 73rd birthday.
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; suggestions for started portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poem: "If words of mine..."
 

No date. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement of "My Crucifixion".
 

1943, Oct. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of his 74th birthday; "Orbituary".
 

1944, Oct. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of 75th birthday.
 

Picture of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

KUHN, Heinrich

 

1904, June 30. TLS (photocopy only). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites him to submit work to "Internationale Photographische Ausstellung".
 

1904, July 31. ALS (photocopy). Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants him to at least send a "Gummidruck" which is unknown in America.
Box 12

LANCE, Elizabeth

 

1914, Jan. 6. TLS. St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"My Rubaiyat" finished.
 

1916, April 16. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for going west; requests card of introduction; met motion picture actor; glad he inspired her.
 

1916, May 6. ALS. The Kaiserhof Hotel, Denver, Colo.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Requests list of "intellectual elite of Denver".
 

1923, Oct. TLS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice for "Confucius".
 

1971, July 26. TLS. From Charlotte E. Lance to George Knox, Ridley Park, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for above letter; draws connection between Seeman, Hubbard, Sadakichi Hartmann and E. Lance.
 

1916, Nov. 29. TLS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for "Tanka and Haikai".
 

1923, Oct. TLS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice for "Confucius".
 

1971, July 26. TLS. From Charlotte E. Lance to George Knox, Ridley Park, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for above letter; draws connection between Seeman, Hubbard, Sadakichi Hartmann and E. Lance.
 

McDONALD, Pirie

 

1938, April. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for contribution of $1.00 for shack, and typewritten reply, May, 1938.
 

MABBOTT, Thomas Ollive (1898-1968)

 

1930, Oct. 18 (?). TLS (photocopy and partial transcript). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses contribution on Poe which Mencken rejected; discusses Stanard's The Dreamer.
 

MARX, Ben (all photocopies)

 

1936, March 3. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of completion of Esthetic Verities.
 

1936, June 26. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants letter.
 

1938, April. ALS. (original). Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Solicitation for shack.
 

1938, Oct. 21. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of completion of shack and birthday/housewarming party.
 

1940, July 3. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks about living with Marx; movie money; trip East to sell pastels.
 

1941, Jan. 21. ALI. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Trip with son(?); interested in autobiography and movies; pictures from newspapers with Sadakichi Hartmann captions.
 

1941, March 19. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Finished book; method of writing; fame; philosophy.
 

1943, Oct. 21. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of 74th birthday; "Orbituary".
 

1943, Nov. 10. TLS. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Book finished, needs money for typist; newspaper clipping: Hansen's portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann won first prize at the Los Angeles County Museum.
 

1943, Dec. 23. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of Freidenker Turnverein; Detroit debut in 1899; drawing.
 

1944, Feb. 10. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial and other living problems; inquires about non-arrival of his drawing; Fowler's biography of Barrymore mentioned.
 

1944, Feb. 24. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions missing drawing; troubles with Fowler; plans for future.
 

1944, March 29. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poem as Spring Greeting.
 

1944, March. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends Fowler's address; his "Liverwurst Drive"; value of his works; list of friends recently dead; mentions "drive" for 75th birthday.
 

1944, April 20. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for package; talk of "Passports to Immortality"; Fowler.
 

1944, June. APS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Astral experience article planned by Marx, encouraged by Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1944, June 26. TLI. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to travel East to set up fund to publish complete works; needs money.
 

1944, Aug. 28. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans to go to St. Petersburg, Fla.; encloses flyer for 75th birthday drive for printing.
 

1944, Sept. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; bad summer; addressed 25 envelopes; Sadakichi Hartmann association talked about; hasn't seen Fowler for 6 months; gave first U.S.A. lecture on Nietzsche.
 

1944, Sept. 28. ALI. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Encourages "Detroit Drive"; wants enough for "car and trailer"; plans to publish "150 Books of American Literature" (pamphlet); complains of Fowler and Hollywood people; Decker sold pictures of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1944, Oct. 23. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Problems with getting manuscript typed; manuscript of "Have You Hollyitis?" to be sent from New York; basic problems of society.
 

1944, Nov. 1. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript "Have You Hollyitis?" received by Marx; poor response to drive.
 

1944, Oct. 30. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Unable to have manuscript in N.Y. sent because person is in Milwaukee.
 

1944, Nov. 8. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses attitude to drive; plans to move to Detroit; activities for future.
 

MASON, Redfern (d. 1941)

 

1916, Nov. 20. TLS. (photocopy). San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Comments on Mason's remarks about him.
 

MATTHEWS, Brander (all photocopies)

 

1916. TLS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns publishing of Japanese Rhythms.
 

1922, Oct. 12. ALS. Gainesville, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Tells of ill-health; trying to sell "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

1923, Nov. 24. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to exchange "Confucius" for collection of Matthews literary essays.
 

1924, Sept. 21. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announces publication of complete collection of poems.
 

1924, Oct. 11. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for order.
 

1926, March 30. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; writes two hours a day; monograph on A.P. Ryder along with others; asks for contribution.
 

1926, Sept. 8. TLS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Working on books; problems with daily living; requests help to get funds from Authors' Club of New York.
 

MENCKEN, H.L. (1880-1956) (all photocopies)

 

1921, Aug. 29. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for stories submitted to be published.
 

1921, Sept. 1. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for story.
 

1921, Sept. 16. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for essay.
 

1926, Nov. 8 (?). ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Will not allow editing of his own articles.
 

1926. ANS. Mt. Holly Hotel, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

" Salute Mencken the Great."
 

1927, Jan. 19. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses money.
 

1927, Feb. 9. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sees no reason to write for Mencken's periodical Mercury.
 

1927, March 22. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends manuscripts; he can edit anything but the stories; mentions Hubbard, Aileen Pringle.
 

1927, April 14. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of payment; offer to write more articles.
 

1927. ANS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover note to submitted article.
 

1927, June 11. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for kindness; complains of article published; wants only to do commissioned articles.
 

1927, Aug. 23. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money after illness.
 

1928, July 19. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends manuscripts from autobiography.
 

1928, Sept. 26. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will not submit things again.
 

1928. TLS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggestions for articles.
 

1929, Jan. 1. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning his omission from Who's Who.
 

1929, Sept. 24. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter; photocopy of inscription in Mencken's copy of "Confucius".
 

1929, Oct. 12. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for section of Esthetic Verities.
 

1932, Nov. 28. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to talk with Mencken.
 

1933, Jan. 16. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for article; plans to return to California.
 

1936, Dec. 10. ALS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Compliment on Mencken article; suggests he do one on Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1942, Oct. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of 73rd birthday.
 

1971, May 24. TLS. From Betty Adler (Enoch Pratt Free Library) to George Knox, Baltimore, Md.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for gifts; only have one Sadakichi Hartmann letter.
 

1971, June 3. TLS. From Betty Adler (Enoch Pratt Free Library) to George Knox, Baltimore, Md.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites article.
 

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

 

194-?. AL (draft). To Roland McKinney. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed is entry blank; thanks selection as judge; congratulations on new position as Consultant on American Art.
 

MEYER, Eugene

 

1912, March 11. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Return pastel; reaction to Meyer's indifference to it.
 

MOORE, Edith

 

1944, April. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Letter for "Liverwurst Drive".
 

MORGAN, Roy (d. 1951) and Nora

 

1934, April 10. APS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Ray (Brossard?); financial questions.
 

1934, April 27. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans new publication; delay in sending pastel.
 

1934, May 9. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests directions to their place.
 

1934, May 12. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to know when he'll be welcome; "Moses" done; asks for Ejnar Hansen notice.
 

1934, June 1. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"Moses" to be released; he will visit soon.
 

1934, June 6. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for visiting Morgans.
 

1934, Aug. 14. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Giving reading and lectures; problems with The Last 30 Days of Christ; Bob Marks doing full length portrait.
 

1934, Aug. 30. ALS. Tobias Sigel stationery, Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Book is out; questions about Ben Berlin's progress.
 

1934, Sept. 9. APS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Questions Berlin's journey to New York.
 

1934, Sept. 25. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans to be a ghost-writer in Washington; Berlin's picture.
 

1934, Oct. 12. APS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses negative of photo of picture.
 

1934, Nov. 29. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Spent time with Marjorie; very ill-health; tries to sell books; negative of Berlin's picture; Ray Brossard's exhibition of 100 caricatures of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1935, Jan. 7. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Bad weather.
 

1935, Jan. 16. PrP. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for Sadakichi Hartmann lecture.
 

1935, Feb. 18. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sale of books is slow; bad weather; no news; tries to sell them a book.
 

1935, March 25. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks about Ben and her trip to New York; tries to sell them a book.
 

1935, April 25. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Not yet started his trip.
 

1935, July 22. APS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Article from Banning newspaper, July 11, 1935 about Sadakichi Hartmann; his comments on it; may have job.
 

1935, Oct. 3. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will stay in New York to give talks.
 

1935, Oct. 3. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will buy suit; saw Brossard; avoided Berlin because of Berlin's drinking.
 

1935, Oct. 26. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Lectures in Dallas and New York well attended.
 

1935, Nov. 25. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Feeling better; financial problems; plans for lecture tour in Northwest; his painting.
 

1935, Oct. 18 (?). PrP. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertisement for Sadakichi Hartmann lecture in East Side Art Center.
 

1936, Feb. 25. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Personal problems; plans for travel; recent head-on accident.
 

1936, March 24. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Writing attack on Art Relief situation; plans to go to Harmon on the Hudson; wants to visit before he goes there; will ship Berlin's portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann to N.Y.
 

1936, April 16. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Saw daughter; went to Harmon on the Hudson; thanks for hospitality.
 

1936, April 30. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sent "Chart".
 

1936, May 8. ALS. Hotel Madison, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks her to type the enclosed; Art Digest published article on art relief situation; health problems; female impersonator.
 

1936, May 10. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends another, better packed "Chart".
 

1936, May 15. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Ezra Pound's comment in favor of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1936, May 26. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for the list; sends biography of Francois Villon by Wyndham Lewis.
 

1936, June 1. ALS. Hotel Madison, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs loan; pastel drive; Brossard coming East after "falling-out" with Margery Winter; Ben Berlin got $100.00.
 

1936, Sept. 10. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Finished 40 pastels; started drama "Baker Eddy".
 

1936, Sept. 20. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Travel plans; wants to visit Baker Eddy landmarks.
 

1936, Nov. 20. TLS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Tells of cast on foot and his accident (swimming pool).
 

1936, Dec. 12. TLS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His pastel of "Christ in a boat on a stormy sea..."; condition of foot.
 

1937, Jan. 26. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Plans to visit one more time.
 

1937. Feb. 26. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for his journey to New England.
 

1937, March 13. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma attack; inquires about his visit; points of interest in New York to see.
 

1937, March 26. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Time of his arrival at Morgans.
 

1937, June 9. APS. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes his trip to Washington, D.C.
 

1937, Aug. 2. TLS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes his trip to Southern California; his health; his living arrangements; work on Baker Eddy.
 

1938, April 9. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Requests $1.00 for shack; news of Sargents Court, Margery Winter's difficulties with Ben Berlin.
 

1942, Aug. 5. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Hot weather; train and car accident; book on "psychological analysis of the major power" written; worry about future; plans for trip East.
 

1943, June. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for contribution; news of Brossard and Lipton.
 

No date. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Retrieval of manuscript trunk; news of Margery Winter, Raymond Brossard.
 

1935, Nov. (?). A/TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Flyer for lecture tour; news of trunk and Sargents Court.
 

No date. TL. No place. Transcript of letter by Lee de Forest.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of radio.
 

No date. ANS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks how things in New Hampshire are.
 

NINETEENTH CENTURY CLUB

 

1895. AL. Draft. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 10 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Demands explanation for cancellation of lecture.
 

O'CONNOR, Mr.

 

1935, Sept. 26. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests names of art patrons in Texas.
 

1936, Dec. 12. ALS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Missed his exhibition but would like a catalogue of it.
 

ODENBERG, J.

 

1930, June 24. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants him to send pants left for cleaning COD.
 

POLOWETZSKY, Charles E.

 

No date. ALS (and two typed transcripts). Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Praise of Polowetsky, the painter; flyer for ceramic bust of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

POWERS, Leroy

 

1911, Feb. 12. ALS (photocopy). Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to borrow his copy of "Conversations with Walt Whitman" to copy it.
 

ROMM

 

1922, Jan. ALS (photocopy). Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes events surrounding his arrest for "Christ".
 

ROOD, Roland (1863-1927)

 

1904, Aug. TLS (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Response to Rood's objection to editing of his article.
 

ROOS

 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

German text: Glad he got pictures back, would not trust him for $500.00.
 

ROSENTHAL

 

1912, May 12. ALS (photocopy). Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Hasn't had a reply for request for money; "Cincinnati and Toledo as well as accepted" lectures.
 

SALTMAN, D.J.

 

1935, March 26. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; attempt to sell book.
 

SCHNEIDER, Isidor (1896-)

 

1926, June. ALS. (photocopy). Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests autographed copy of his Dr. Transit.
 

SEXAUER, Maya (all photocopies of typed transcripts)

 

1931, April 2. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Loan of $500.00 for publication of The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

1931, June 2. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites her to visit.
 

1931, June 30. To (?), from (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of Maya.
 

1931, July 6. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Should help each other.
 

1931, July 15. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Concerning their relationship.
 

1931, July 20. From Maya Sexauer to Sadakichi Hartmann

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes their relationship and the actions of both of them.
 

1931, Aug. 6. Los Angeles, Ca. From (?) to Maya Sexauer.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Relationship and problems they have; her loan to Sadakichi Hartmann; discussion of Lothar.
 

No date. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks her to pick up some envelopes for him.
 

No date. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites her to come and take care of him.
 

No date. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Sunday and the problems between them.
 

No date. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Details of loan.
 

No date. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to end relationship.
 

No date. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Questions reasons for long letter.
 

SIGEL, Tobias

 

1932, Sept. 1. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Had to leave Tujunga; staying with a friend in Pasadena; asks for money.
 

SMITH, Edison

 

1933, May 15. Newspaper (Greenwich Villager, photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Picture of Sadakichi Hartmann; letter from Sadakichi Hartmann in Hollywood.
 

STEDMAN, E.C. (1833-1908) (all photocopies)

 

1896, March 1. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Troubles after publication of Christ; hopes Stedman can help him find a job.
 

1896, March 4. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for money; sends copy of "Art Critic"; still seeking work.
 

1896. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

In terrific need of $5.00.
 

1896. No day. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Terrific need of money.
 

1897, Feb. 3. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for remarks on drama; to edit "Art News"; needs poem or short piece.
 

1896 (or 1897), March 13, ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Worries about publishing "Buddha" in America.
 

1897, Nov. 18. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Planned lecture tour.
 

1898, Sept. 26. ALS (and transcript). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money to publish; likes to publish something every year.
 

1903, Feb. 10. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Very bad off financially, needs job and loan.
 

1903, Feb. 15. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for assistance; difficulty finding a job.
 

1903, Nov. 10. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends poem for his 70th birthday, poem written Oct. 8.
 

1903, Nov. 23. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Poor financial situation; sold all rights to books; needs money for publication of book of poetry.
 

1903, Dec. 8. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs $10.00; note from Stedman: did not respond because he had just sent help and Sadakichi Hartmann's application to the Carnegie Trustees was pending.
 

1903, Dec. 12. ALS. The Camera Club stationery, Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Bemoans his situation and his illnesses; sends pastel.
 

1903, Dec. 22. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Authors Club refused him money; artist's friends arranged raffle to benefit Sadakichi Hartmann; philosophy of life; praise for Stedman.
 

1904, Jan. 15. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Stedman did not win raffle; raised enough money for awhile.
 

No date. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests return of manuscript.
 

No date. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Hasn't tried Author's Club; poor financial situation.
 

No date. Nov. 27. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for check and letter; appreciate what he can do at Author's Club.
 

No date. Nov. 3. ALS. Bedford Park, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

When will Stedman write, Sadakichi Hartmann needs help.
 

STIEGLITZ, Alfred (1864-1946) (all photocopies)

 

1899, July 20. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Anger at rejected article, blames Stieglitz; editors note from Camera Notes and list of "Officers, Trustees and Committees of the Camera Club".
 

1899, July 26. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 8 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Will write article; discussion of Frank Eugene; Editor Fritz Matthies-Masuren; accepts Stieglitz' $12.00 for article; position of artist in society; note about baby girl.
 

1902, Oct. 17. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Postponement of Perfume Concert.
 

1902, Dec. 11. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Article on Steichen; wants to be invited to lunch.
 

1904, Aug. TL. No place (New York, N.Y.?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Lists wrongs done him by Stieglitz; reason Sadakichi Hartmann changed "sides".
 

1908, Aug. 22. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money; hopes all will be forgiven; "I swallowed my pride and wrote -- for my children's sake."
 

1909, May 22. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will write an article on the Unphotographic Art of the Future.
 

1909, June 13. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed titles of proposed articles which he will write for an advance at $25.00 an article.
 

1909, Aug. 1. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for check; encloses article; "plea for an ideal 'American' background."
 

1909, Sept. 16. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sent article but received no response.
 

1909, Oct. 31. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Starting "magazine devoted to art and self-expression"; needs contributions.
 

1909, Dec. 21. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will meet with him; article: "That Toulouse-Lautrec Print"; mentions The Stylus.
 

1910, Nov. 27. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Article is done.
 

1910, Dec. 15. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

If letter for Sadakichi Hartmann arrives, please hold on to it.
 

1910, Dec. 29. ALS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends chart; will be in Buffalo until February.
 

1911, Jan. 8. ALS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money; article on Originality.
 

1911, Jan. 17. ALS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends article on Originality.
 

1911. ALS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns parts missing from manuscript of Originality.
 

1911, March 5. ALS. Hotel Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs $25.00; lectures in Cleveland failed.
 

1911, March 10. APS. Hotel Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs $25.00 to get to Milwaukee lectures.
 

1911, March 12. APS. Cleveland, Ohio.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Left hotel.
 

1911, March 22. ALS. Cleveland, Ohio.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for kind letter; has to get to Chicago lecture; needs $10.00.
 

1911, May 31. ALS. Milwaukee, Wis.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to write an article; needs money.
 

1911, June 11. ALS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money to return to New York; could write an article.
 

1911, Aug. 6. ANS. New Thomson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"Why don't you write? Are you mad about something?"
 

1911. No day. ANS. New Thomson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter to something sent to Stieglitz.
 

1911. No day. ALS. New Thomson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Trying to recover his health; wants to write.
 

Printed announcement for publication of The Tramp Madonna and Other Short Stories. 1911, Dec. 10. ALS. New Thomson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for compliment; will not live in New York for health and family reasons; discusses Stieglitz' publishing of criticism, mentions White and Cortissoz; offers to do articles, list of subjects enclosed.
 

1911, Dec. 26. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; encloses critical article.
 

1911, Dec. 27. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letter; ill-health.
 

1911, Dec. 30. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for return of "motion" article so he can sell it to someone else.
 

1912, Jan. 16. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Stayed to do lectures; will travel south; contacted Baron de Meyer.
 

1912, Jan. 23. ANS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

If he doesn't want picture, give it to a charity.
 

1912, Feb. 4. ANS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Travel plans.
 

1912, Feb. 29. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Writing and article, needs photos.
 

1912, March 5. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Explains he will give credit for photo.
 

1912, March 11. TLS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

People who dislike Sadakichi Hartmann should be poisoned; criticism of Stieglitz' exhibitions and artists represented.
 

1912, March 22. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Directions for sending money; ill-health.
 

1912, March 25. TLI. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Stieglitz' upcoming lecture; needs work; encourage ideals of artists.
 

1912, April 23. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends three articles: Henri Matisse, Arnold Genthe, exhibition of children's drawings; feelings for East Aurora.
 

1912, May 1. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Defends Genthe article -- worth $12.00.
 

1912, May 12. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Leaving soon, needs the $12.00.
 

1912, July 31. ALS. Arden, Del.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests article: "Dilemma of Professional Photography"; better health.
 

1912, Aug. 5. APS. Arden, Del.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

$15.00 is fair; wants issues of Camera Work.
 

1912, Aug. 7. ANS. Arden, Del.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends article on the professional.
 

1912, Aug. 20. ALS. Arden, Del.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Bad asthma; separation from family, division of goods; wants money to return to East Aurora.
 

1912, Oct. 21. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends article for $25.00; comments on existence of Camera Work; improving health.
 

1912, Oct. 21. APS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests letter from Stieglitz.
 

1912, Oct. 28. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Rented place but needs $25.00.
 

1912, Dec. 29. APS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Hopes what Stieglitz said comes true.
 

1913, Jan. 12. TLS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Poor health; wants Stieglitz to publish article on dancing done in 1890.
 

1913, Feb. ANS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Starving; send money.
 

1913, Feb. 6. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money or he will starve.
 

1913, May 2. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants what has been published; asks about Reedy.
 

1913, May 24. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Reedy mentioned; ill-health, doctors want to operate.
 

1913, Oct. 4. ALS. Grand Central Hotel, Wheeling, W.Va.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Questions why his articles aren't published.
 

1913, Oct. 24. ALS. Stratford Springs Hotel, Wheeling, W.Va.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Lecture.
 

1913, Nov. 1. APS. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants copies of Camera Work.
 

1915, Jan. 7. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants copy of latest Camera Work.
 

1915, May 27. API. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Questions Stieglitz' sarcastic letter.
 

1918, July 19. ALS. Homestead, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Stranded in California; war; needs money and/or encouragement; mentions Bruguiere.
 

1919, April 20. ALS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs $10.00; art-forlorn California; compares art and politics.
 

1921, March 4. ALS. Gillette, N.J.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; wants manuscript of "The Red Vest"; complains of humanity's not wanting art.
 

1921, Nov. 8. APS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

In Asheville because of ill-health, not lack of money.
 

1923, Jan. 13. ALS. Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to know if any library has complete collection of Camera Work; immortality of printed word; asthma.
 

1923, March 9. ALS. Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses his role on Camera Work; discusses other critics or "shysters"; requests 20 copies of Camera Work; future of world order.
 

1923, Nov. 5. ALI. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of poor sales of "Confucius"; disparaging remarks about who gets old copies of Camera Work.
 

1930, Oct. 25. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants letter from him for 65th birthday; complains that he has to do Esthetica since no one else has "the impartial world-wide view".
 

1930, Dec. 16. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Stieglitz burning his material.
 

1931, Oct. 24. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Doing additional chapter for History of American Art; wants information concerning art world in New York.
 

1942, Oct. TLS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of 73rd birthday.
 

No date. TL. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns typesetting of an article.
 

No date. ALI. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Financial problems; why not visit.
 

No year, March 15. ALS. Bronx, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Death of youngest boy; asks Stieglitz to comfort Mrs. Hartmann, since Sadakichi Hartmann is out of town.
 

No year, Oct. 11. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money for his perfume concert.
 

No year, Easter Sunday. ALS. (New York, N.Y.?).

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; needs money; will write an article on Matisse.
 

No year, July 28. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Written articles on him; needs $10.00.
 

No year, April 17. ALS. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Scarcity of money; wants copy of Camera Work.
 

No year, Sept. 24. ALS. No place (New York, N.Y.?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of low fees for articles; discusses quality of articles.
 

No date. API. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggestions for composition of photos.
 

No date. ALS. No place (New York, N.Y.?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money, will write an article on originality; has to get to Buffalo.
 

No date. ALI. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Analyzes Stieglitz' problems; mentions Keiley; sends free poem.
 

No date. ALS (A. Chameleon). No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains about Stieglitz' treatment of him; wants to write about (Marsden) Hartley; art and art criticism.
 

1913 (?), July 7. ALS. No place

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

In hospital with rupture; sold things from his art trunk.
 

No date. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs money; very sick.
 

Typed transcripts of quotes from letters dated: Oct. 21, 1912, Jan. 12, 1913, May 27, 1913, July 19, 1918.

 

1938, Oct. 14. TLS. From Elizabeth Blanche Walsh to Stieglitz, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

She has written "The Confessions of an Author's Wife"; wants Stieglitz to write preface.
 

1907, March 26. ALS. From Myra Wiggins to Stieglitz. Salem, Ore.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Praises Stieglitz, Camera Work, and Secession movement; tells of visit by Curtis Bell, accuses Sadakichi Hartmann of having sent him.
 

U.S. POST OFFICE

 

1936, April 18. TLS. From Post Office Department, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

They are considering Sadakichi Hartmann's claim on damaged picture.
 

1936, April 30. TLS. From Post Office Department, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

They will give him $1.00 for picture.
 

1936, June 17. TLS. From Post Office Department, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Inquiry as to where they should send the picture.
 

1936, June. TLCC. R.D. Morgan stationery, Andover, N.H.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of slowness of U.S. Postal System insurance.
 

UNKNOWN ADDRESSEE

 

1920, June 22. ALS. Berkeley Heights, N.J.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Defends family against charge of trespassing; accuses his dogs of scaring Sadakichi Hartmann's family.
 

1932, Feb. 16. Transcript. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Hard times; asthma is better; invites addressee to visit.
 

189- (?). AL. No place. 3 pp. (incomplete, first page only a fragment).

Scope and Content Note

Discusses criticism of Christ and its relation to religion.
 

WESTON, Edward (1886-1958)

 

1915, Oct. 18. ALS. En route to New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Likes his pictures, will write an article about him.
 

1973, Oct. 19. TLS. From Ben Maddow to George Knox, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for above letter.
 

WHITMAN, Walt

 

1889. Pr Announcement. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Poems by Sadakichi Hartmann
 

WILSON, James (Sec. of Agriculture)

 

1931, Feb. TL(Ph). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Proposes that radio waves and air planes cause hot, dry weather.
 

WIKSELL, Dr. G.P.

 

1938, April. ALS(Ph). Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for $1.00 for shack.
 

ZEITLIN, Jake

 

1927, Oct. 4. ANS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to Zeitlin and friends.
 

1928, April 23. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann reading Jeffer's "Roan Stallion".
 

1936, July 12. APS. Tampa, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes weather in Florida.
 

No date. ANS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites himself to spend the night with Zeitlin.
 

No date. ANS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will bring "Passports" and "Rubaiyat" to sell.
 

$3.00 cancelled check to Sadakichi Hartmann from Zeitlin.

 

Bunch of announcements for Sadakichi Hartmann's books and lectures.

 

MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS

 

1935, June 20. Prp. To Charles Lesson. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of Sadakichi Hartmann's lecture: Art of the Future.
 

No date. AL. No place. 1 p. (fragment).

Scope and Content Note

Discusses German history books.
 

List of names.

 

Note about parallel letters from parents (?).

 

TRANSCRIPTS OF VARIOUS LETTERS

 

1916, May 19, from Cornelia B. Sage

 

1916, May 20, from Edward T. Van Duzee

 

1925, Dec. 29, from Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

 

1939, June 26, from Louis Adamic

 

1924, Jan. 9, from E.E. Valentine

 

1927, Jan. 13, from E.E. Valentine

 

1894, Dec. 20, from J.W. Dutton

 

1893, July 8, from James Henry Wiggins

 

1890's, from Sadakichi Hartmann to wife

 

1897, July 3, from Parke Godwin

 

1897, March 3, from Nora Godwin

 

1940, Oct. 19, from Phyllis Decker

 

1944, Feb. 15, from Ben Marx

 

1937, Jan., from Sadakichi Hartmann (copy of statement)

 

1935, March 23, from Sadakichi Hartmann to Daniel Henderson

 

Statement about Sadakichi Hartmann by Paul van Arx, gardener

 

Interview with Carrie Cahill

 

1935, Sept., from Sadakichi Hartmann: Open letter

 

1954, June 16, from offspring of Sadakichi Hartmann regarding Minutes of the Last Meeting

 

To Sadakichi Hartmann

Box 13

Swami ABHAYANANDA

 

1896, Feb. 23. ALS. Brooklyn, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for support given by Sadakichi Hartmann at meeting.
 

AMY

 

192- (?), Aug. 18. ALS (photocopy). Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sold four copies of "My Theory of Soul Atoms"; news of friends.
 

BALLATOR, Alice R.

 

1939, Jan. 24. ALS. Hollins College, Va.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Explains her work and difficulties; sends photos for consideration in Great American Art Derby.
 

BEARDSLEY, A.H.

 

1922, Aug. 30. TLS (photocopy). Wolfeboro, N.H.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry about ill-health; sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

BENDER, Albert

 

1939, July 7. TLS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack.
 

BENTON, Thomas H.

 

1938, Oct. 27. Typed transcript. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Briefly discusses his painting "Suzana"; thanks for encouragement.
 

BERLIN, Ben

 

1936, June 20-21. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses visit to the Grand Canyon, describing living accommodations in great detail; inquires about a picture Sadakichi Hartmann had on exhibition in New York.
 

BOGART, Guy (1864-1944)

 

1938, April 6. TLS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack; praises Sadakichi Hartmann's art; discusses Robert Parkman.
 

BOHROD, Aaron

 

1939, Jan. 23. TLS. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends reproductions and photos of his paintings for consideration in Great American Art Derby.
 

BORG, Sidney C.

 

1922, Sept. 5. TLS (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $10.00 for books; Sadakichi Hartmann should keep books and try to resell them.
 

1923, Oct. 1. ALS. Elmsford, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for pamphlet; brief philosophy, mentions Marigold and violets; mentions Aileen Pringle who is with Sadakichi Hartmann
 

BOYD, Ben

 

1930, Oct. 5. TLS. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's picture on cover of Art Digest; tells of Brodhun's death; Camera Club.
 

1936, July 21. ALS. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Contribution.
 

1939, March 26. ALS. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Contribution; suggests Sadakichi Hartmann write autobiography; mentions Elizabeth Lance; Camera Club.
 

BREESE, James L. (d. 1959)

 

1900, Aug. 29. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges Sadakichi Hartmann's letters; offers to let him use his studio and model.
 

1922, Sept. 9. TLS (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

BROWN, William

 

1921, May 7. TLS. (photocopy). Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Informs Sadakichi Hartmann that copyright has expired and cannot be renewed.
 

BROWNELL, William C. (1851-1928)

 

No date. ANSL (photocopy). No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry, cannot send money.
 

BRUGUIERE, Francis (1880-1945)

 

1922, July 3. ALS. New York, N.Y. (written by Mrs. Bruguiere).

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry for Sadakichi Hartmann's illness (asthma); no answers about Hot Springs.
 

1923, Sept. 24. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for little book about Marigold; mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's leaving movie industry.
 

1929, Feb. 14. ALS. London, England.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses weather, films, poets.
 

1931, Dec. 12. ALS. Chelsea, England.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sending book he illustrated; Swinburne's interview with Sadakichi Hartmann; complains of taxes and big finance; asks "when will the philosophical book appear?" ( Esthetic Verities).
 

1932, Feb. 18. ALS. London, England.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses O'Keefe, Sleighty; photography in his book; discussion of Whistler.
 

1933, Dec. ALS. London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for Sadakichi Hartmann's impression of New York. (On pamphlet for his exhibition.)
 

BUCHANAN, Ella (d. 1951)

 

1942, Nov. 14. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Birthday greetings; mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's train wreck; talks of evil in the world; her brother's death.
 

BUCKNER, Samuel O. (d. 1945)

 

1922, Aug. 30. TLS (photocopy). Milwaukee, Wis.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 for inscribed copy of "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

CAHILL, Holger (1887-1960)

 

1933, Nov. 28 to 1934, Jan. 26. T. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Read before lecture: "Art by the Few for the Few"; praises Sadakichi Hartmann
 

CALDER, Mrs. (Nanette?)

 

1938, May 20. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack.
 

CARNS, Arthur L.

 

1922, Sept. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants two copies of "My Theory of Soul Atoms"; sends $10.00.
 

CATLIN, John

 

1923, Nov. ALS. Carmel, Ca.

Physical Description: 13 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Answers Sadakichi Hartmann's questions concerning his actions during his two-year vacation; describes town of Carmel; includes four-line poem.
 

CAULDWELL, Leslie G. (1861-1941)

 

1938, Aug. 2. TLS. Paris, France.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack; recalls painting Sadakichi Hartmann's portrait; includes picture of his portrait of Pershing.
 

CECIL, Arthur B.

 

1932, May 6. TLS. To Atma Hartmann. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Informs Atma that he is sending contribution to Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1932, May 7. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cover letter for $1.00 contribution.
 

CECILY

 

1939, April 21. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Comments on his move closer to Wistaria.
 

CHAMBERLAIN, Edward

 

1894, Jan. 19. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "Christ" and Sadakichi Hartmann's trouble with people finding it obscene.
 

CITY TICKET OFFICE

 

1942, Nov. 21. P. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Prices for tickets to St. Petersburg, Fla.
 

CLEMENT, E.H. (d. 1920)

 

No date. ALS. Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Address of possible job for Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1893, May 9. ALS (with transcript). Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Expresses anger because of poems Sadakichi Hartmann published without his approval.
 

COLETTE

 

No date. AS (Christmas card). No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Recalls when Sadakichi Hartmann lived with her family.
 

CONVERSE, Frederick (1871-1940)

 

1929, April 15. ALS. Westwood, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Whitman music "The Mystic Trumpeter" and "Night-Day" tone poems; thanks for pastels in prose.
 

1931, March 2. ALS. Westwood, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for poem; sends contribution.
 

1940, March 18. ALS. Westwood, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for drawing; sends $1.00 for Sadakichi Hartmann's welfare.
 

COOPER, Marcelle

 

No date (late 1922). ANS (photocopy). Montclair, N.J.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check for $5.00
 

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART

 

1938, April 13. ALS. C. Powell Minnigore. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Contribution for shack.
 

1938, April 13. ALS. Jeremiah O'Connor. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Good wishes.
 

CRAIG, Gordon (1872-1966)

 

1927, Sept. 19. ALS (and transcript). Genoa, Italy.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for "Passport"; discusses money, amassing a fortune only to redistribute it; reference to Bernard Shaw.
 

1927, Nov. 24. ALS. Genoa, Italy.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses stage scenery, including sketch of Italian traveling stage; mentions German, London stages; philosophical view of life.
 

1928. APS. Genoa, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests Sadakichi Hartmann send his recent lecture to "The Mask".
 

1928, June 10. ALS. Genoa, Italy.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Dreams vs. reality: "all your wonderful and foolish dreams are realities."
 

1930, Jan. 31. TLS (and transcript). Genoa, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Objects to the parts of Sadakichi Hartmann's "The Mask" article that refer to his use of scenery; mentions "Confucius" scenery.
 

CRAWLEY, Ida Jolly

 

1935, Feb. 17. ALS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

The progress of her museum and her own work.
 

1936, March 14. TP. From Post Office Department to Ida Jolly Crawley, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns damage done to picture Sadakichi Hartmann sent.
 

1936, June 13. ALS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann's philosophical manuscript; her case with the post office.
 

1942, Aug. 4. APS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Praise for Sadakichi Hartmann's poem "The Valley of Silence".
 

CRESMER, William T. (d. 1959)

 

1938, May 4. TLS. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack.
 

CROCKER, Harry

 

1941, April 22. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $10.00 for The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

DALLIN, Cyrus E. (1861-1944)

 

1922, Fall. ALS (photocopy). Arlington Heights, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry about ill-health; $2.00 for book.
 

1934, June 21. ALS (and transcript). Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 for "Moses"; bemoans state of the world.
 

1936, July 4. ALS (and transcript). Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges receipt of "Chart" and sends money to cover cost; feels out of time with the age.
 

1938, April 21. ALS. Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Received Sadakichi Hartmann's note; sends $1.00 for shack.
 

1940, Feb. 13. ALS. Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check at request of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1940, Aug. 8. ALS. Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check for "fine copies of your recent plea for the ideals of humanity."
 

1941, Jan. 9. ALS. Arlington, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

News of Dallin's son's death in France; sends check.
 

DAVIDSON, Jo (1883-1952)

 

1908, June 28. APS (photocopy only). Luzern, Switzerland.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes trip in Europe.
 

DAVIES, Arthur B. (1862-1928)

 

1896, Feb. 18. ALS. Congers, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses his catalogue and his work.
 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Commends Sadakichi Hartmann on his book.
 

DAVIS, Charles

 

1922, Sept. 2. ALS (photocopy). Mystic, Conn.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for book.
 

DAVIS, Robert H. (d. 1942)

 

1935, March 29. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends Sadakichi Hartmann a picture of "the Himalayan dome".
 

DE CASSERES, Benjamin (1873-1945)

 

1938, April 1. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes briefly Sadakichi Hartmann's life in idealistic terms.
 

1939, Oct. 3. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Uses Sadakichi Hartmann's epigram; praises The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

1939, Dec. 9. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sending newspaper copy of Sadakichi Hartmann's article on modernism to Sadakichi Hartmann's wife.
 

1944, May 5. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Sadakichi Hartmann for the photo: "The Two Hamlets".
 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes death of "old crowd".
 

deVERLEY, Inez

 

1942, June 7. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for poem "The Valley"; mentions her painting.
 

DODSWORTH, Alice A. (d. 1953)

 

1937, March 7. ALS. Palm Beach, Fla.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her sister died; cannot send money.
 

1938, Nov. 3. ALS. Windsweep Sharon, Conn.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check as house warming present.
 

DURANT, Will

 

1932, May 4. ALS. To Atma Hartmann. Great Neck, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check to Sadakichi Hartmann in response to her request.
 

DUTTON, J.W.

 

1894, Dec. 20. ALS. Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Relates death of Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother.
 

EAKINS, Susan (Mrs. Thomas Eakins) (d. 1938)

 

1921, Sept. 13. ALS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Returns Sadakichi Hartmann's "Passports to Immortality".
 

1922, Oct. 13. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

$2.00; doesn't want book.
 

1939, Jan. 5. (On envelope of letter from Sadakichi Hartmann) Philadelphia, Pa.

Scope and Content Note

Note from Mrs. L.G. Rodman that Mrs. Eakins has died.
 

FABIJANOVIC, Stephanus

 

1930, Oct. 16. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes amount of charity in L.A. county and city.
 

FAIRBANKS, Douglas (1883-1939)

 

1923, Aug. 10. Typed transcript. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Sadakichi Hartmann's work for him and how to lighten it.
 

1923, Aug. 22. Typed transcript. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acceptance of Sadakichi Hartmann's resignation because of ill-health.
 

1925, Dec. 29. Typed transcript. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Glad to hear Sadakichi Hartmann feels better.
 

1938, Oct. 24. TLS. From C.E. Erickson for D. Fairbanks. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 check.
 

FIENE, Ernst (1894-1965)

 

1940, Sept. 11. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for Sadakichi Hartmann's "resume on contemporary art conditions in the U.S.A."
 

FISK, Bertha

 

1920, Nov. 15. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks and praise for book.
 

FORD, Tod

 

1925, March 25. TLS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests Sadakichi Hartmann to evaluate collection of Japanese art left by Ford's father.
 

FOWLER, Gene (1890-1960)

 

1940, April 25. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Humorous letter inviting Sadakichi Hartmann to Los Angeles for two weeks to work on biography.
 

1940, Sept. 30. ALS. Culver City, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Sadakichi Hartmann to be patient, work on biography will get under way soon.
 

1940, Dec. 25. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check; discusses publication of unfinished biography.
 

1941 (?), Late spring. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Sadakichi Hartmann's ill-health; mentions work on biography.
 

1942, March 11. ALS. Culver City, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check; alludes to Sadakichi Hartmann's war-time troubles, gives that as reason for not finding publisher for biography.
 

1942, March 25. ALS. Beverly Hills, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of Sadakichi Hartmann's harsh treatment of him.
 

1944, March 31. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Denies ill-feelings toward Sadakichi Hartmann; sends money; promises overcoat.
 

1944, Oct. 11. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations; promises overcoat.
 

1944, November 2. TLS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sent overcoat; praises Sadakichi Hartmann, deems him a friend.
 

Two typed scraps of paper from Gene Fowler (?) asking for Sadakichi Hartmann's manuscript of the autobiography and legal ramifications.

 

FREER, Charles L. (d. 1919)

 

1896, July 30. TLS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Refuses to loan Sadakichi Hartmann $150; also will not loan paintings for European exhibition.
 

FRENCH, Daniel Chester (1850-1931)

 

1922, Sept. 4. TLS (photocopy). Glendale, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $6.00 for 3 copies of "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

1925, Oct. 29. TLS. Glendale, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends present for Sadakichi Hartmann's birthday (60th), wishes him joy for "the remaining 10 years of" his life.
 

FRENCH, Elizabeth (1878-1943)

 

1935, Feb. 21. ALS. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Does not want to do his showing in Wilkes-Barre.
 

FRENCH, Mrs. Daniel (Mary)

 

1938, May 2. TLS. Sarasota, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends gift for shack.
 

FREYSTADT, George W.

 

1929, Jan. 25. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Offers free services to help on autobiography; praises Sadakichi Hartmann
 

GANG, Christel L.

 

1941, May 12. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letters and cards; orders book; will visit.
 

GARDNER, Isabella Stewart (d. 1924)

 

1923, Nov. 3. ALS. Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Payment of $10.00 for book.
 

GAULEY, Robert (1875-1943)

 

1922, Sept. 5. ALS. Watertown, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $25.00 for copy of "My Theory of Soul Atoms"; suggests Dr. Atkinson's "Lessons on Tuberculosis and Consumption".
 

GELLATLY, John

 

1906, Nov. 18. ALS. Menham, N.J.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Deals with acquiring copies of pictures; discusses Dewing and Whistler.
 

GIBBONS, Austin Cedric

 

1944, July 28. TLS. Culver City, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses return of Sadakichi Hartmann pastel; Sadakichi Hartmann's son's death; "Aleutian Island" poem.
 

GILBERT, John (1897-1936)

 

1926, Dec. 29. TL (copy?). No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns "motion picture blue book, inc."
 

GODWIN, Parke and Nora

 

1897, July 3. ALS. Bar Harbor, Me.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns sketch Sadakichi Hartmann sent and lack of payment for it.
 

1898, Dec. 22. Nora Godwin. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses her father sitting for Hartmann.
 

GOTTSCHALK

 

1895, March 5. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot afford to buy Sadakichi Hartmann pictures; discusses his recent visit to Sadakichi Hartmann
 

GRAFLY, Dorothy

 

1936, May 22. TLS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites Sadakichi Hartmann to visit her.
 

1938, April 28. APS. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for bricks for shack.
 

GROLL, Albert L. (1866-1952)

 

No date. Personal card. (New York, N.Y.)

Scope and Content Note

Used to introduce Sadakichi Hartmann to Mr. Blackton; also 1 ticket to Sadakichi Hartmann's "Reading in German".
 

GRON, Victor

 

1908, Jan. 1. APS. Springfield, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wishes Sadakichi Hartmann happy new year.
 

HAMILTON, Hamilton

 

1922, Sept. 25. ALS. Norwalk, Conn.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

HAPGOOD, Hutchins (1869-)

 

1922, Sept. 4. ALSP. Provinceton, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

HARRIS, George

 

1938, June 6. TLS. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns statements by Sadakichi Hartmann in June 6, 1938 Chicago Herald-Examiner about artist working for money.
 

Hartmann, William

 

1940, April 5. TLS. Walt Whitman Society stationery, Long Island, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to add Sadakichi Hartmann's name to the newly formed society's advisory committee.
 

HENDERSON, Daniel (1880-1955)

 

1934, Nov. 9. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot offer any more grants.
 

HERBERT, Henry

 

1924, Aug. 28. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for book.
 

HIER, Frederick, Jr. (d. 1956)

 

1923, March 15. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Praises Sadakichi Hartmann; discusses photos of Sadakichi Hartmann by Steichen and Eugene; mentions "Christ"; sends money.
 

1931, Feb. 19. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; his son's death.
 

1931, May 23. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks about manuscript "Naked Ghosts: Prose Poems".
 

1931, Oct. 2. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses his plans for his children; his wife's suicide.
 

1934, Dec. 19. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Stieglitz' photo showing; Sadakichi Hartmann literary chart.
 

HIRSCH, Fred S.

 

No date. TLS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Text: "Welcome home again."
 

HOPE, Charles (d. 1942)

 

1926, May 4. TLS. London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acceptance of article for publication in "The Curtain".
 

HUBBARD, Elbert (1859-1915)

 

1912, Aug. 16. TLS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests Sadakichi Hartmann write advertisements to earn money.
 

HUMMER, Helen

 

1939, May 6. ALS. Banning Union District Library, Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for A History of American Art.
 

HUNTINGTON, D. (1816-1906)

 

1895, Feb. 14. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Refuses Sadakichi Hartmann's offer to help with autobiography; encouragement to write.
 

1896, June 9. ALS. Lake Mohonk Mountain House stationery, Lake Mohonk, New York.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $10.00 and encouragement.
 

1896, July 1. ALS. Lake Mohonk Mountain House stationery, Lake Mohonk, New York.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $25.00; encourages him to find literary employment.
 

1898, Jan. 11. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses God; early Sadakichi Hartmann art criticism; sends $15.
 

1898, April 21. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; discusses art.
 

1898, Aug. 10. ALS. Wildmere House stationery, Minnewaska, New York.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses war; his time in Spain; sends money.
 

1898, Sept. 11. ALS. Wildmere House stationery, Minnewaska, New York.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money, encouragement.
 

1898, Dec. 20. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money.
 

1899, July 23. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Tells of a family's plight.
 

JAEGERS, Albert

 

1922, Aug. 30. ALS. Suffern, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry about his illness.
 

1924, Feb. 21. ALS (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $10.00; talks of his sculpture and writing a book about it.
 

JARMIG, Carl

 

1939, Dec. 20. PS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
 

JOHNSON

 

1897, Oct. 3. AL. Mid, Ala.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for Anne Throop's "Wind-Harp Booklet"; praises poetry; acknowledges receipt of Sadakichi Hartmann's "Art Journal".
 

1898, Jan. 19. PrP. Mid, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poem: "Old Farmer's Half Loaf."
 

1898, Jan. 29. APS. Mid, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Criticism of "Christ".
 

1899, April 12. PrP. Mid, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poem: "Old Farmer's Half Loaf"; likes "Buddha".
 

KAHN, Otto

 

1921, Sept. 20. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Received seashore pastel; sends $25.00 for lecture tour.
 

KAIRIYAMA, T.

 

1896, June 14. ALS. Ithaca, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Praises Sadakichi Hartmann's work as "beginning to fill an important field in the Western World".
 

1896, Dec. 28. ALS. Ithaca, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "A Tragedy in a New York Flat" and Sadakichi Hartmann's pessimism.
 

KEEN, E. (?)

 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Praises Sadakichi Hartmann
 

KEET, A.E.

 

1895, April 23. ALS. For 19th Century Club, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests bill for expenses of canceled lecture.
 

KENNEDY, Mary

 

1916, Aug. 13 (?). TL. To Mrs. Bonham (Lillian's mother). Toronto, Canada.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Urges Mrs. Bonham to welcome Lillian back and protect her from Sadakichi Hartmann, who is described as "the cleverest hypnotist" and extremely evil. Marginal note by Lillian.
 

KRAKOW, Louise E.

 

1939, July 5. TLS. For Architectural Book Publishing Co. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Death of Paul Wenzel; sends $1.00 for shack.
 

KRONBERG, Louis (1872-1965)

 

1893, Nov. 21. ALS. Paris, France.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses life in Paris; meeting with student of Degas.
 

1894, Jan. 6. ALS. Paris, France.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His art studies in France.
 

1894, April 24. ALS. Paris, France.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His Italian journey; his exhibition.
 

1904, Jan. 15. ALS. Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry he missed Sadakichi Hartmann in New York; will send painting.
 

1907, Dec. 23. PS. London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

No text.
 

No year, June 20. ALS. Paris, France.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses salons and galleries.
 

KRYZANOWSKY, Romana

 

1941, Jan. 11. ALS. Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Welcomes Sadakichi Hartmann's dance lessons; enclosed is a note from her mother.
 

1941, Feb. 28. APS. Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Arrival in Puerto Rico; visiting her father's brother and sister.
 

1941, April 7. ALS. Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Sadakichi Hartmann's suggestions for dances.
 

1941, June 16. ALS. Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Praises "Black Butterflies"; dance; her fondness of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1941, Sept. ALS. Puerto Rico.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Clipping of photo "Returning from Work: Breton"; discusses dancing; general news.
 

1942, May 1. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes her flight back from Puerto Rico; her study at American Ballet School.
 

1942, June 21. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Answers Sadakichi Hartmann's questions about her father, mother, and herself.
 

1942, Aug. 21. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Tells of vacation; last week of dance school.
 

1942, Nov. 22. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Birthday greetings; complains of food shortages; and dance.
 

1943, Jan. 31. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledgement of receipt of present; dance; complains of war.
 

1943, Sept. 13. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Turned professional dancer; decision to stay in school.
Box 14

LAMB, Louis

 

1914, Jan. 10. TLS. St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Explanation for not using typewriter on earlier poem and letter.
 

No date. TLS. Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "who is Sadakichi Hartmann?"; what poetry is; encourages more short stories.
 

LATOIX, Mrs. B.D.

 

1894, April 17. ALS. Kenilworth (England?).

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Agrees to let Sadakichi Hartmann have two pictures for the Art Critics exhibition; note praising Art Critic.
 

LEDOUX, Louis (d. 1948)

 

1922, Sept. 6. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

LIBRARY COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA

 

1924, May 9. TLS. G.M. Abbot, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for manuscript of "Mohammed".
 

1930, Nov. 17. ALS. D.C. Knoblauch, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges receipt of "Confucius" manuscript.
 

1935, March 1. ALS (and photocopy). D.C. Knoblauch, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Still awaiting his manuscripts.
 

1935, March 7. ALS. D.C. Knoblauch, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledgement of receipt of two manuscripts.
 

1935, March 29. TLS. Austin K. Gray, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for manuscripts of "Moses" and "My Crucifixion".
 

1935, Aug. 2. TLS. Austin K. Gray, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for manuscript of Esthetic Verities.
 

1935, Aug. 27. TPS. Austin K. Gray, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for pamphlet: "My Crucifixion".
 

LINDER, Henry

 

1907, July 25. ALS (photocopy only). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Memorial gathering for Joseph Sibbel; sorry to hear about Sadakichi Hartmann's ill-health.
 

LINDHE, Roy E.

 

1938, April 29. TLS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack and good wishes.
 

LLOYD, J. William

 

1936, March 13. APS. Rosco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on having found a place for works to be preserved.
 

MABBOTT, Thomas Ollive (1898-1968)

 

1930, Oct. 22. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges receipt of Poe "bit"; discusses Mrs. Stanard, an author; discusses "How Poe Wrote".
 

McALLISTER, John E. (d. 1895)

 

1893, Oct. 23. ALS. Lisbon, Me.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Answer to Sadakichi Hartmann's offer to help him come to Boston to study; worries about his mother and other problems.
 

1894, Jan. 7. ALS. Lisbon, Me.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discouragement at not being able to reproduce nature.
 

1894, April 12. ALS. Lisbon, Me.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot accept offer to go to New York.
 

No year, April 24. ALS. From H.M. Knowlton.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mr. McAllister died last Sunday.
 

MACARAY, Florence

 

1944, Aug. 8. TLS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses death; enclosed is Aster Hartmann's "Aleutian Isles".
 

1944, Sept. 14. TLS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Encouragement and congratulations.
 

McCLURE, Samuel Sidney (1857-1949)

 

1892, Nov. 16. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Refuses to advance more money; requests manuscripts.
 

1892, Nov. 18. TLS (and transcript). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann required to submit manuscripts or pay off his balance.
 

1892, Nov. 18. TLS (and transcript). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Outline of financial indebtedness; requires five articles.
 

1893, Feb. 10. TLS (and transcript). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests Sadakichi Hartmann to stop making "missteps".
 

1893, Feb. 16. TLS. From John Phillips, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Last letter not a threat, simply a statement.
 

MacCORMICK, Frederick (?)

 

1935, April 21. ALS (photocopy only). New York, N.Y. (?).

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letter and enclosures; encouragement; cannot afford to give money.
 

1935, July 9. ALS (photocopy only). New York, N.Y. (?).

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot send money, has lost everything.
 

MacDONALD, Pirie (1867-1942)

 

1938, May 13. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack.
 

MacDOWELL, Mrs. Edward (1857-1956)

 

1922, Oct. 15. ALS (photocopy). Peterborough, N.H.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $10.00 for 5 copies of "My Theory of Soul Atoms"; state of art colony; essay on art colony.
 

1938, May 7. TLS. Peterborough, N.H.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for shack.
 

MacFARLANE, Ida

 

1917, Aug. 30. ALS. Denver, Colo.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

$5.00 for charts; wants to exchange pictures.
 

McMAHAN's FURNITURE

 

1944, March 13. TP. San Bernardino, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Parts Sadakichi Hartmann ordered have arrived.
 

McNEAR, Willa

 

1930, July 11. ALS. Monte Rio, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot send money.
 

MacNEIL, Herman C. (1866-1947)

 

1922, Sept. 6. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Buys "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

MAKINTOSH, Mary

 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Great praise for Sadakichi Hartmann; asks for $10.00.
 

MANN, Thomas (1875-1955)

 

1940, Sept. 25. ALS (and transcript). Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letter; finishing Joseph novels.
 

MARIE

 

1909, Feb. ALS. Lakebay, Wash.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses new home "inhabited by anarchists, free lovers, etc."; praise and adoration for Sadakichi Hartmann
 

MARKHAM, Edwin (1852-1940)

 

1922, Oct. 27. TLS (photocopy only). West New Brighton, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests copy of "Soul Atoms"; discusses spiritual aspect of life.
 

1922, Oct. 29. ALS (photocopy only). West New Brighton, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for copy of "Soul Atoms".
 

MARKS, Robert (d. 1937)

 

1933, Dec. 26. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letter; requests more correspondence for support.
 

1934, March 19. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses world and art.
 

1934, April 30. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Praises Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1934, Sept. 25. APS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Despair at Sadakichi Hartmann's leaving.
 

MARSH, Frederick Dana (1872-1961)

 

1894, Nov. 4. ALS (and photocopy of transcript). Paris, France.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His trip to Europe; met with Sargent; "Christ".
 

1931, Oct. 9. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca. (L.A. Biltmore stationery).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Brief questions about Sadakichi Hartmann's movie, Broadway.
 

MARTIN, D.B.

 

1904, May 13. ALS. Kellogg Public Library, Green Bay, Wis.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Posed for Vanderlyn's "Airodna"; discusses Vanderlyn's work; praises History of American Art.
 

MARTINY, Yvonne

 

1922, Dec. 20. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Personal health problems.
 

MARVIN, C.F.

 

1931, Feb. 28. TLS. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Replies to Sadakichi Hartmann that airplanes and radios do not contribute to drought.
 

MARX, Ben T.

 

1944, June 19. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes recent trip to heaven, humorously.
 

1944, Aug. 15. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of moving; mentions movie people.
 

1944, Aug. 31. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions current state of world affairs; Nietzsche.
 

1944, Sept. 12. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Difficulties with newspaper advertisement for contributions to Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1944, Sept. 20. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper announcement; Sadakichi Hartmann's dealings with Fowler.
 

1944, Oct. 13. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

More suggestions for birthday; Nietzsche.
 

1944, Nov. 2. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of birthday soliciting funds; mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's fund raising drive for Walt Whitman; letter describing contributor; book publication; list of contributors.
 

1944, Nov. 3. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Bemoans lack of contributions.
 

1944, Nov. 10. Telegram, Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Don't come to Detroit now.
 

MATTHEWS, Brander

 

1922, Oct. 16. ALS (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

MAYER, Louis

 

1938, Aug. 11. ALS. Fishkill, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of Sadakichi Hartmann lecture; sends $1.00 for shack.
 

1943, April 16. ALS. Beacon, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends check for support.
 

MENCKEN, Henry Louis (1880-1956)

 

1936, Dec. 16. ALS. Baltimore, Md.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot undertake article Sadakichi Hartmann suggests.
 

MERVIN SALES CO.

 

1913, April 10. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Concerns fees for selling art work.
 

1913, May 1. TL (copy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sending catalogue; cannot make advance.
 

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

 

1939, Aug. 3. TLS. From Alice L. Felton, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Received two portraits of Sadakichi Hartmann, one of Frank Duveneck by Joseph de Camp, one of John W. Alexander by Frank Duveneck; will keep them with material Sadakichi Hartmann sent earlier.
 

1939, Aug. 4. TLS(Ph). From William Clifford. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Received package with donated material.
 

1939, Oct. 5. TLS(Ph). From William Clifford. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Acceptance and handling of Sadakichi Hartmann's gift.
 

MIDWAY STUDIOS

 

1922, Aug. 30. TL (photocopy). Chicago, Ill.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00.
 

MOHOLY-NAGY, L. (1895-1946)

 

1938, Sept. 12. TLS. The New Bauhaus, American School of Design, Chicago, Ill.

Scope and Content Note

Interest in Sadakichi Hartmann story; invitation to address students.
 

MONAHAN, Michael (1865-1933)

 

1915, Aug. 26. TLS. South Norwalk, Conn.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for cover for The Phoenix; sends check.
 

MOORE, Edith K.

 

1941, Sept. 11. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for records; report on Sadakichi Hartmann and Wistaria by her mother.
 

1942, April 6. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for books; art of Mr. Hansen; comments on war.
 

MOORE, Matt (Actor)

 

1925, March 12. Telegram (typed copy). No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Train stops in Albuquerque, N.M., wants to see Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1925, June 2. Telegram. Santa Monica, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Offers movie part to Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1944, Aug. 1. ALS. Santa Monica, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sympathy at Aster's death.
 

Photocopy of poem: "Prayer of an Unknown".

 

MORGAN, Roy (d. 1951)

 

1942, July 21. ALS. Boston, Mass. (Bangor House stationery from Bangor, Me).

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Boston art galleries; liked Sadakichi Hartmann's poem.
 

MORGENTHAU, Henry (d. 1946)

 

1923, Feb. 27. TLS (by Thelma Steifel, secretary). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

MORTON, James F. (d. 1941)

 

1938, June 10. TLS. Paterson Museum stationery. Paterson, N.J.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack; discusses Paterson Museum.
 

1940, March 14. TLS. Paterson Museum stationery. Paterson, N.J.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Money for poem; Sadakichi Hartmann should publish; discusses museum.
 

MOSCHOWITZ, Paul (1875-1942)

 

1922, Sept. 20. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Has a copy of "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

MOSLEY

 

1896, Dec. 8. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Compliments Sadakichi Hartmann on recent article.
 

MUNTER, Paul

 

1922, Sept. 22. TL (photocopy). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

1927, April 9. TL (photocopy only). No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Money for "Passport"; complains of times; Saltus biography.
 

NEWMAN, William W.

 

1924, Sept. 27. TLS. Huntsville, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Check for copy of Sadakichi Hartmann's poetry; discussion of source, inspiration of poetry.
 

1930, July 14. ALS. Huntsville, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Returns book of short stories, no money to pay for them.
 

1938, April 28. TLS. Huntsville, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for shack.
 

Postcard from Newman in Europe, too faded to read.

 

NIEDRINGHAUS, Charles W.

 

1938, Aug. 27. TLS. Mt. Lebanon, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invention of "Smell Organ"; interest in Sadakichi Hartmann's "experiments with perfume concerts".
 

O'BRIEN, D.H.

 

1924, Nov. 15. TLS. From Chief of Police. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Have not caught thief yet; wants to interview Sadakichi Hartmann about it when he is in San Francisco next.
 

OLESEN, Olaf

 

1932, Dec. 5. ALS. Harmon-on-Hudson, New York.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to meet with him after theater.
 

1935, Aug. 26. APS. From Mrs. Olesen. Harmon-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Olaf recovering better.
 

OTTENDORFER, Oswald (d. 1900)

 

1899, May 7. ALS. Mannheim, West Germany.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Sadakichi Hartmann's difficulties with New Yorker Staats-Zeitung; sends $150 but Sadakichi Hartmann must tell no one about it.
 

OZIAS, Blake

 

1913, May 7. TLS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Details of art sale and amount received.
 

PAGE, Walter H.

 

1895, April 16. ALS. New York. (The Forum stationery).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Withdraws invitation to Sadakichi Hartmann to address the Nineteenth Century Club.
 

1895, May 9. TLS. From Isaac Rice. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Rice has no control over actions of Walter Page or The Forum.
 

PARRISH, Stephen

 

1894, Jan. 29. ALS. Windsor, Vt.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Subscription to Art Critic.
 

PERRY, T. Lockwood

 

1922, Oct. 2. ALS (photocopy). Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 but will borrow Mr. Barton's copy (of "My Theory of Soul Atoms"?).
 

PETERS, Isabelle

 

1938, April 19. ALS. Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for shack.
 

1944, Aug. 23. ALS. From Onida Peters. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Isabelle Peters is dead.
 

PHILIPS, Duncan

 

1936, Dec. 29. TLS (and photocopy). Philips Memorial Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money and praise for pastels, especially "The Japanese Print" and "Forest Fire".
 

POILLON, William

 

1910, Oct. 10. APS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for autograph volume.
 

POLLARD, Sara

 

1941, April 17. TLS. Glendale, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks to be paid for recent and past work.
 

1941, April 29. TLS. Glendale, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Again requests payment.
 

POUND, Ezra (1885-1972)

 

1924, Aug. 18. TLS (and two photocopies). Paris, France.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for "Confucius"; collaborate on Transatlantic Review; "Why do you use unnatural language half the time?"
 

1926, Dec. 21. TL. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Criticism of production of "Il Ladro"; discusses film; starting a review.
 

1928, Feb. 28. TLI. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Lists poems in- and out-of-print.
 

1930, Feb. 7. TLI. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests photos for magazine.
 

1931, Jan. 26. ALS. From H.L. Pound (Ezra's father). Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Likes "Confucius"; note from Ezra on back.
 

1931, Oct. 12. TPS. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Pound's opera "Le Testament" to be broadcast.
 

1932, May 8. TLS (photocopy only). Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; complains of U.S.A. not supporting the arts enough.
 

1933, Dec. 10. API. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Trying to get offer for Sadakichi Hartmann's reminiscences.
 

1937, April 17. TPS. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's table of great men.
 

1937, Sept. 6. ALS. Siena, Italy. To George Lipton.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests Globe do an article on Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1938, May 10. TLS (photocopy and transcript). Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; requests older poems dated from 1900-1907.
 

1940, March 20. Transcript and copy from Ezra Pound's Letters. Rapallo, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests an organization that grants money for Sadakichi Hartmann to apply to.
 

Photocopy of excerpt from "Kulcher" on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

PRINGLE, Aileen

 

1932, July 1. ALS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Writes about her films.
 

PURDY, Lawson (d. 1959)

 

1931, Feb. 19. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses "Passport to Immortality"; his own experience with the spirit medium.
 

1938, April 6. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 for shack.
 

1938, Nov. 4. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Comments on Banning, Ca.
 

1940, April 15. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Receipt of book and his appreciation for it.
 

1942, May 18. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 on wife's suggestion for Sadakichi Hartmann's poems to her.
 

QUIRT, W.

 

1941, Dec. 16. ALS. New York, N.Y. (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

His paper on Surrealism noted.
 

1942, Sept. 17. ALS. New York, N.Y. (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses his papers and paintings, possibility of reproducing them; thanks for Sadakichi Hartmann's response to his papers.
 

1942, Nov. 6. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Birthday greetings; America's treatment of artists lamented.
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for card.
 

REDON, Odilon

 

1899, March 3. ALS (photocopy and cover letter from Thomas Brumbaugh). Paris,

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

France.
Thanks for letter; can only send a few lithographs for publication.
 

REED, Frederick (d. 1937)

 

1907, July 15. ALS. Wellesley, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann welcome to visit and directions to get there.
 

REEVES, Alfred

 

1936, Jan. 21. TLS. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Will return pastels sent to Charles Chaplin with Christmas card.
 

REID, Roland

 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Unable to help, will try to interest others.
 

No date (1922?). ALS. Colorado Springs, Co.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry to hear of his condition.
 

REITH, Julia

 

1906, June 10. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for book; misses and praises Sadakichi Hartmann
 

RIDDER, Herman (d. 1915)

 

1899, April 8. ALS ( New Yorker Staats-Zeitung). New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Refusal to accept Sadakichi Hartmann's request.
 

ROBINSON, Marie

 

1922, Sept. 6. TLS. The Bookery, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $2.00 for "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

ROCKER, R. (d. 1958)

 

1943, Nov. 24. TLS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Check final proof for Who's Who.
 

ROOD, Roland (1863-1927)

 

1942, March 26. TLS. From George L. Stout. Cambridge, Mass.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Reports the death of Roland Rood.
 

SAGE, Cornelia B.

 

1916, May 19. TLS. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of recommendation.
 

SANDERS, Henry S.

 

1938, Oct. 24. APS. Toronto, Canada.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Cannot contribute to shack.
 

SANTAYANA, George (1863-1952)

 

1922, Nov. 3. ALS (photocopy). London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asking George Sturgis to send $2.00 for copy of "My Theory of Soul Atoms".
 

1924, March 16. ALS (photocopy only). London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Finds "Confucius" interesting, puzzling; end seems incongruous.
 

1926, Sept. 7. ALS (photocopy only). London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Praises "Japanese Rhythms".
 

1927, May 21. ALS (photocopy only). London, England.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Questions "Passports"; requests a copy; sends money.
 

1928, April 21. ALS (photocopy only). London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses a philosophy of the beautiful.
 

1929, Jan. 1. ALS (photocopy only). To Mr. Bogart, Mayor of Beaumont. London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Offers to help Sadakichi Hartmann's family.
 

1929, Dec. 20. ALS (photocopy only). London, England.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for prints.
 

1931, Oct. 24. ALS (photocopy only). Rome, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

For various reasons asks that Sadakichi Hartmann no longer ask for assistance.
 

1937, Jan. 3. ALS (and transcript). Rome, Italy.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

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Sent Sadakichi Hartmann a sketch of Boston; feelings toward Americans; discusses Oliver, a mutual friend.
 

1937, June 4. ALS (and transcript). Rome, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Does not want anything from Sadakichi Hartmann but encloses check.
 

1937, Nov. 19. ALS (and transcript). Rome, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money, talks about world.
 

1938, Jan. 15. ALS (and transcript). Rome, Italy.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry for delay in cashing check, because it was drawn on his London bank.
 

1938, Oct. 4. ALS. Rome, Italy.