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1911, Oct. 9. Newspaper clippings. Erie, Pa.

 

1. Reviews of several books by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

2. Reports on trial of Mrs. Horton and Sadakichi Hartmann's involvement.

 

1911, Dec. 3. ALI. New Thompson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Requests that she copy some paragraphs from Dostoyewsky; discusses some of her pictures.
 

1911, Dec. 11. ALI. New Thompson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

She should go to Rohlf's for advance; he loves her too much to marry her.
 

1911, Dec. 11. ALI. New Thompson Hotel, Kane, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

She is to pick up package.
 

1911, Dec. (late). ALS. Ellicott St., no town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Arrived okay; sends money for Christmas dinner.
 

1912, April 3. ALI. Aldine Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; enclosed are illustrations of Sidney Allan (Sadakichi Hartmann) article.
 

1912, April 5. ALI. Aldine Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

He is going to New York.
 

1912, April 7. ALI. Aldine Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill health.
 

1912, April 9. ALS. Aldine Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for letter; will visit if she tells him train schedule.
 

1912, April 11. ALI. The Majestic Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Possible lectures at State College; feeling poorly.
 

1912, April 12. ALI. The Majestic Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Found little house, will come to Quinton.
 

1912, April 19. ALI. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

He is going to Roycroft; pictures to Life under name Lillian Bonham.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His walks in country; same people there; feeling better; enclosed letter from Jean Pohl, who left home with lover and wants to hear from Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1912, April 26. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Life's payment for pictures discussed.
 

1912, April 29. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His health problems; walk in country; money matters; enclosed is picture.
 

1912, May 2. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Activities and strangers in East Aurora; financial problems.
 

1912, May 8. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Money coming soon; she told her mother about them.
 

1912, May 13. ALI. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Gave talk; sold "Sea Nocturne" to the Fra; commissioned to paint portrait.
 

1912, May 16. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks about his photo portraits.
 

1912, May 17. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses letter writing habits; general news.
 

1912, May 20. ALI. No place.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Received lost photos from Majestic Hotel; descriptions of his walks; Mrs. Kennedy mentioned, he is doing a portrait of her son.
 

1912, May 23. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her pictures destroyed; Mrs. Kennedy mentioned.
 

1912, May 27. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Picture of Mrs. Kennedy; may have a new art book to write; other possibilities for making money.
 

1912, May 31. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Bad weather; may come to Quinton but does not want to meet her relatives.
 

1912, June 1. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses her painting; activities of Sadakichi Hartmann and Mrs. Kennedy; news of friends.
 

1912, June 5. ALI. Hotel Statler, Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

He is getting her a place in East Aurora; he and Mrs. Kennedy in Buffalo.
 

1912, June 9. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for her to go to East Aurora.
 

1912, June 11. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His plans for Mrs. Kennedy's money; wants her to send him some of Anne Throop's poems.
 

1912, June 14. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Talk of cottage; he will not live with her.
 

1912, June 16. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her mother's visit; Mrs. Kennedy knows about their relationship.
 

1912, June 19. ALS. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her relationship to her mother.
 

1912, June 19. AL. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Clothing he sent her.
 

1912, June 23. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Preparations for her trip; enclosed: book plate for Sadakichi Hartmann by Lillian Bonham.
 

1912, June 27. ALI. Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 7 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for Mrs. Kennedy's money; description of cottage; his plans for Lillian.
 

1912, Aug. 4. ALS. Arden, N.Y. (?).

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Money she should ask for her work.
 

1912, Aug. 9. ALI. Arden, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes Arden: full of anarchists and the like.
 

No date. Card sent with flowers for anniversary.

 

1913, Sept. 10. Newspaper clipping.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann determines origin of painting estimated at $10,000 value, from Binghampton newspaper.
 

1913, Sept. 24. ALI. Hotel Lenox, Boston, Mass.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her problem with drunks; he is leaving Boston; plans to go to Bristol Ferry.
 

1913, Oct. 28. ALI. Wheeling, W. Va.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; plans for Huntington, W. Va.; photographs.
 

1914, Jan. 10. St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 3 leaves.
 

1. Advertisement for My Rubaiyat.

 

2. Advertisement for Sadakichi Hartmann's art books.

 

3. Letter in Reedy's Mirror countering criticism of My Rubaiyat.

 

1915, Oct. 27. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Met painter Marcel Duchamp of Nude Descending a Staircase; staying in New York until he gets his money, then will go to Atlanta; got a job for Greenstocking.
 

1915, Nov. 2. ALI. Hotel Albert, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Peggy, Apel, Ozias and Greenstocking; discusses Mrs. Apel; his difficulties with rooms and banks.
 

1920, Oct. 15. ALI. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

House of Ordin; sends money; her intended move discussed.
 

1920, Oct. 21. ALI. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; asthma.
 

1920, Oct. 23. ALI. Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Went to doctor, medicine helped him sleep.
 

1920, Oct. 27. ALS. Hotel Colonnade, Philadelphia, Pa.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Moving and money discussed; mention of children.
 

1920, Nov. 6. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; finances discussed; her need to move.
 

1920, Nov. 8. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

She has moved; his planned visit.
 

1920, Nov. 15. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Problems of new house; his asthma; dinner plans; concern for her well-being; wants his "Japanese Signature".
 

1922, Nov. 19. ALS. Almo Hotel, Tampa, Fla.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Problems with mail; plans to go to Huntsville; his lecture and exhibition.
 

1926, Jan. 20. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Anticipated birth; his longing to be home; money difficulties.
 

1927, Sept. 30 (?). ALS. Mt. Holly Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wistaria has to finish high school.
 

1927, Oct. 18. ALI. Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

His reading; money, Stimson.
 

1912, July 23. ALS. From Alberta Schlageter. Buffalo, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

How is child; feels herself "a good father" (sic).
 

1912, April 30. ALS. From Lillian's mother. Denver, Colo.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Strongly objects to her relationship to a married man, Hippolyte Havel.
 

No date (ca. Nov. 1920). ALI. Hotel Laclede, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Looking for a stove; asthma much better.
 

(To Sadakichi Hartmann from Lillian Bonham)

 

1908, June 24. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Explains her feelings to him; sketch by Sadakichi Hartmann of Havel included.
 

1909, Aug. 8. ALS. Quinton, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Reason she left New York; trouble with landlord.
 

1909, Aug. 10. ALS. Quinton, N.Y.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes her sadness, view of the world, weaknesses, longing for Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1909, Aug. 13. ALS. Quinton, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial difficulties; her return to him.
 

1913, Dec. 15. ALI. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Rubaiyat arrived; Wistaria requests seashell.
 

1914, Feb. 2. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses anticipated birth; letter from Alberta.
 

1914, Sept. 16. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Sadakichi Hartmann to come to East Aurora from Detroit.
 

1914, Oct. 10. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann's leaving; description of children.
 

1914, Oct. 15. ALS. (Hotel Tuller stationery, Detroit, Mich.) East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends four photos, no money; discusses daily events.
 

1914, Oct. 17. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges receipt of check; discusses daily events.
 

1914, Oct. 28. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of no mail.
 

1914, Dec. 1. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes her loneliness.
 

1914, Dec. 2. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for books; asks about his argument with printer.
 

1914, Dec. 3. ALS. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Personal matters concerning children.
 

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

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Her worry about Sadakichi Hartmann; disappointment that Sadakichi Hartmann couldn't make it home.
 

Correspondence from Anne Throop (all photocopies)

Box 16

1898, April 3 (?). ALI. No town.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of birth of boy; glad he liked her poem; poem enclosed.
 

1898, April 18. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Release for her possessions.
 

1898, April 20. AL. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Releases Sadakichi Hartmann from financial responsibility for herself and her child. (Confusion of dates.)
 

1898, July 30. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Philosophical discussion of soul, artist, genius.
 

1898, Sept. 7. ALS. Monroe, N.Y.

Physical Description: 10 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes sunset; her view of colors; her poetry; mentions baby.
 

1898, Sept. 10. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 8 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of baby; Margaret.
 

1898, Sept. 26 (?). ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 10 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses death of Mallarme; her life at the boarding house; work on poems; the baby.
 

1899, Feb. 10. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Received and liked the book.
 

1900, April 18. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants him to "lay before" his wife what she asked; will not dedicate poems to him; better not to write at all to him.
 

1900, April. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes her love (their love); the role of fate; breaks off relationship.
 

1904 (?), June 21. ALS. Morningside Heights, N.Y.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes stay of woman ("hideous woman").
 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 8 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sadakichi Hartmann sent her "Drama of Renunciation"; asks Sadakichi Hartmann to be more honest with her; laments of their love, "The world may as well end for me".
 

No date. ALS. Monroe, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Right after her arrival there; suggests he go to Georgia.
 

No date. ALS. No place. 8 pp. (May be more than one letter).

Scope and Content Note

Demands everything she has written and sent to him be returned to her; calls him weak and a liar; they have never been in love.
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Responds to Sadakichi Hartmann's request for the letters she had written but not sent; one letter about son; another about her own changes; last one about her vision.
 

No date. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asks Sadakichi Hartmann to keep the letters or return them.
 

No date. AL. No place.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses length of her letters; Sadakichi Hartmann didn't answer her questions; Sadakichi Hartmann to be brother-in-law when he visits and other honor-saving deceits.
 

No date. ALS. No place. 16 pp. (Two letters).

 

1. Sorry for letter mailed today; praises his kindness and support; being a goddess vs. being a woman.

 

2. Received his letter; she will work on poems every day; discusses her poems and experiences with nature; purpose of life; new book of poems: "Songs of (in) the Forest (of Life)" (?); money problems; suffering she does.

 

Last two pages of "From a Broadway Window" manuscript: 1900.

 

Page from letter about her letters.

 

Poem: "The Flower of Memory".

Physical Description: 2 pp.
 

No date. AL. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

She explains her love and pain for him.
 

Correspondence to family members from Sadakichi Hartmann

Box 16

Hartmann, Atma

 

1901, March 27. ALS. Steam ship.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Describes boat on which he left.
 

1916, April 30. ALS. Marquette Hotel, St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

She is to persuade Mrs. Lloyd Williams to help her recover Sadakichi Hartmann's luggage.
 

1916, May 3. ALS. Hotel Marquette, St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Worries because she hasn't written; lost luggage.
 

1917, Sept. 14. ALS. Hotel Lankersham, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Look after his trunk with the manuscripts in it; asks about her relationship with Franz.
 

1917, Nov. 11. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sorry she and Franz can't get along; times are bad for art; keep trunk and violin.
 

1918, Nov. 18. ALS. San Francisco, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma attacks; ship trunk express; trunk had been sold to junk dealer; instructions for trunk.
 

1918, Dec. 25. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Fate of manuscripts and trunk and how he depends on them.
 

1920, June 7. ALS. No place (New York, N.Y.).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Arranges a meeting with her.
 

1920, Oct. 23. ALS. No place (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; difficulty giving talk; under treatment for asthma.
 

1920, Dec. 12. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for "Sadakichi dinner".
 

1921, May 5. ALS. No place (New York, N.Y.).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites her to see him.
 

1921, Oct. 20. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Bad asthma; invites himself to dinner.
 

1921, Oct. 20. ALS. Hotel Laclede, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Bad asthma; asks her to bring him clothes.
 

1921, Oct. 20. ALS. Hotel Laclede, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Bring along "My Theory of Soul Atoms"; feels better.
 

1921, Oct. 24. ALS. Hotel Laclede, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Bring flowers and fountain pen.
 

1921, Oct. 29. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

She should come herself.
 

1921, Nov. 10. ALS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Bad asthma on trip there, better now; expecting money; one talk given to photographers.
 

1921, Dec. 21. ALS. Asheville, N.C.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

No more asthma; can't make money; asks for money; plans to return to New York.
 

1922, Feb. 22. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Invites her to visit.
 

1922, Dec. 13. ALS. Huntsville, Ala.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; needs money to get to Albuquerque, N.M.
 

1922, Dec. ALS. Huntsville, Ala.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Recap of illness; needs money.
 

1922, Dec. 27. ALS. Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Questions about her marital status; still has asthma but not as badly; needs money to keep going; complains about education level in South.
 

1922, Dec. ALS. Memphis, Tenn.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks for $25.00 more to get to Albuquerque.
 

1923, Jan. 3. ALS. Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Leaving for Albuquerque, N.M.; needs money for food.
 

1923, Jan. 14. ALS. Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Feels somewhat better; complains of the men she likes.
 

1923, Jan. 25. APS. Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests "Literary Supplement" from the Sunday New York Times.
 

1923, Feb. TLS. Emcee Studio, Albuquerque, N.M.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Advertising his "Japanese Poems"; bookselling venture to raise money.
 

1923, Aug. 27. ALI. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Been in L.A. about 4 months; movie experience; has a little money; beleives he has TB.
 

1923, Sept. 11. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Still ill; mentions her consorts.
 

1923, Oct. 18. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Requests copies of "The Dramatic Mirror" and "Musical America"; planned move to desert.
 

1923, Nov. 10. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes his illness; discusses collecting his works; possibilities when he recovers.
 

1923, Dec. 28. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses Romm's collection of Sadakichi Hartmann's works; sends books and pastels for sale; Atma's mother wanting to re-marry.
 

1924, Dec. 14. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Birthday greetings.
 

1925, Oct. 4. AL. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Questions why she doesn't write; asks that she mail letters for him (about 300).
 

1928, Dec. 18. ALS. Beaumont, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Illness again.
 

1929, Feb. 7. ALS. No place (Los Angeles, Ca.?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Freystadt mentioned; selling article to Tom Devlin of the McAulay Company.
 

1929, March 1. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

More names to ask for money.
 

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

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Trunk mentioned; "Letters to a Married Man" should make money.
 

1931, Dec. 15. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Contribution drive for 50th anniversary in the USA.
 

1932, Dec. 1. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Saving Sunday to be with her.
 

1944, Nov. 8. APS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants permission to come to St. Petersburg, Fla.
 

No date (1920?). ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Do what she wants, but he will not go to Joel's.
 

No date. PrP. St. Louis, Mo.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

List of his books.
 

No date. AP. No place (Albuquerque, N.M.?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

"Will you get the New York Times next Saturday...?"
 

No date. AL. Beaumont, Ca. 2 pp. (Incomplete).

Scope and Content Note

Describes pictures: "Poppies from Flanders", "Stonehenge" (?), "Chilly Morn", and "White Path".
 

No date. Pr. Invitation. To Sadakichi Hartmann exhibition in Greenwich Village.

 

Post cards with no text:

 

1905, Jan. 20. Buffalo, N.Y. Lecture.

 

Jan. 24. Chicago, Ill. Lecture.

 

Jan. 24. Chicago, Ill.

 

April 19. Washington, D.C. Lecture.

 

June 1. Milwaukee, Wis.

 

Aug. 10. Boston, Mass.

 

1906, Feb. 8. Pittsburg, Pa. Lecture.

 

April 25. Milwaukee, Wis.

 

April 29. Racine, Wis.

 

May (?). Springfield, Ill.

 

May 1. Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

May 8. Wheeling, W. Va.

 

May 9. Des Moines, Ia.

 

May 10. Des Moines, Ia.

 

May 14. St. Louis, Mo.

 

May 14. St. Louis, Mo.

 

Dec. 27. Minneapolis, Minn.

 

Dec. 30. Minneapolis, Minn.

 

1907, Jan. 3. Chicago, Ill. Lecture.

 

Jan. 21. St. Louis, Mo.

 

Jan. 22. St. Louis, Mo.

 

May 25. Newport, R.I.

 

June 1. Portsmouth, R.I.

 

No date. Portsmouth, R.I.

 

July 5. East Aurora, N.Y.

 

Aug. 13. East Aurora, N.Y.

 

Nov. 22. Syracuse, N.Y.

 

1908, April 8. Washington, D.C.

 

1909, Nov. 2. Baltimore, Md.

 

1910, May 3. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

 

Dec. 24. Buffalo, N.Y.

 

1911, April 21. Milwaukee, Wis.

 

April 21. Milwaukee, Wis.

 

Hartmann, Elizabeth Blanche Walsh

 

1907, May 5. TLI. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

His good financial fortune.
 

1907, July 12. TL. East Aurora, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money; wants girls to stay in school; convention is over; Hubbard mentioned.
 

Hartmann, Edgar

 

1940, Dec. 13. ALS (photocopy). St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses tourists in St. Petersburg.
 

Hartmann, Minerva

 

1917, Nov. 12. APS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends address and good wishes.
 

1917, Dec. 20. APS. Forest Knolls, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Season's greetings; liked Paul.
 

1930, Oct. 22. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes living arrangements; wants her to visit him; remembers how she sat up with him when he was ill.
 

Hartmann, Tansy

 

No year, March 12. ALS. Sargents Court, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $1.00 and a pastel for her birthday; bad trip to Los Angeles.
 

Hartmann, Wistaria

 

1924, Aug. 21. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Instructions on visiting him.
 

1924, Nov. 29. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Questions about where she lives; her mother; will give talk in Boyle Heights.
 

1924, Dec. 22. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial problems (bad checks to Sadakichi Hartmann); can't visit.
 

1925, July 24. ALS. No place.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Article on Ryder; changes in the area; stay at Moore's.
 

1925, Aug. 13. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants addresses from returned letters; sent books, one by Cole; bought used Edison phonograph.
 

1925, Aug. 17. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for her to visit; bill from Pasadena woman.
 

1926, Jan. 28. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Coming home; Fairbanks Don Quixote scenario.
 

1930, July 17. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of weather; describes finding his shack with Krasnow's help; mentions "My Crucifixion"; enclosed diagram of his house.
 

Notice of International Benefit for Sadakichi Hartmann on Sept. 8.

 

1930, Oct. 3. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants her to photograph him so he can make a calendar.
 

1930, Oct. 20. TLS. Tujuna, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Lost ring he had for 25 years; her visit to take pictures; discusses welfare; legal problems of being sued.
 

1930, Nov. 15. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Visit by Goldschmidt and Japanese man.
 

1930, Dec. 4. TL. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Has microscope to study "asthma sputum"; mentions Krasnow' alludes to Claude's relationship to Maya.
 

1931, Jan. 21. TLI (and photocopy and transcript). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talks of visits by others; riots by unemployed; photos; his mention in The Bookman; first to dance in the U.S.A. with Isadora Duncan.
 

1931, Jan. 28. TLI (photocopy). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends money for Jonquil's visit; Stella from Berkeley visited; plans for cross-country travels; photographed by Stockton of Hollywood; Krasnow's San Francisco exhibition with Sadakichi Hartmann "mooditures"; typewriter design.
 

1931, Feb. 3. ALS. Hotel Acacia, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants her to visit him.
 

1931, Feb. 5. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Marches by unemployed; criticizes Chaplin's City Lights; saw "Genevieve".
 

1931, Feb. 14. TL. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Stanicci wrote; discusses Ginger, a pet; congratulates Tansy on school work.
 

1931, Feb. 17. TLS (photocopy). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Munthe's book praised; her possible work copying.
 

1931, March 3. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

She can come "any old time"; his picture in Daily News.
 

1931, March 17. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Come after Cherry Festival.
 

1931, March 30. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; notes on back: Sadakichi Hartmann at post office waiting for money.
 

1931, April 1. TL. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Angered that she didn't visit.
 

1931, April 13. TLS (photocopy). Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Went to Alfredo (photographer) for supper; met Prince Troubetzkoy; nephew of famous sculptor; met Orsilli, Italian artist.
 

1931, April 25. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses her life-style; enclosed newspaper clipping.
 

1931, May 1. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Her visit during vacation.
 

1931, May 17. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Partner (Maya Sexauer?) will help publish "My Crucifixion"; discusses knowledge.
 

1931, May 22. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Generation gap; tennis.
 

1931, May 28. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Photos; her school vacation; book printing; visit to Matt Moore.
 

1931, June 23. ALI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Possibility of working for him; tennis.
 

1931, June 26. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Visits from Matt Moore; lack of response to announcements.
 

1931, Aug. 16. ALI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Expects to get a car; her visit.
 

1931, Sept. 10. TLS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His portrait in Owl Drugstore; excursion was failure.
 

1931, Oct. 23. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Appraised Japanese prints for Miss Pasko.
 

1931, Dec. 1. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00.
 

1931, Dec. 8. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Hard times; plans to return to New York with Atma.
 

1931, Dec. 15. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Suggests she use cards; discusses death of young girl.
 

1931, Dec. 30. ALS. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Complains of company she keeps.
 

1932, April 30. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions Hansens, Jean Pohl; possibility of going to Tucson.
 

1932, May 4. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Unlikely to go to Tucson; pessimism at response to drive.
 

1932, May 13. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Poor response to drive; more response to drive.
 

1932, May 17. TLI. Tujunga, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

(On back of letter to Sadakichi Hartmann from The Sun: Robert Davis will answer Sadakichi Hartmann's letter when he returns); visit from Isabelle.
 

1932, Dec. 2. ALS. Hotel Holley, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial matters; Hansen's bust in Times; his accident with truck; discussion with Steichen on future of photography; welcome home dinner planned.
 

1933, June 6. Birthday card. No place.

 

1933, July 5. ALI. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Saw German stunt flyer; announcement for "Artists' Rendezvous Costume Ball".
 

1933, July 8. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 leaves.

Scope and Content Note

Announcements of benefit for Sadakichi Hartmann after "yellow taxi trouble"; Cahill's opinion of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1933, Sept. 7. ALI. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Visit by Tansy and J.; Schroeder's accident.
 

1933, Oct. 5. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Financial affairs.
 

1933, Oct. 27. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Questions about Linton; another drive; help from Raymond Brossard.
 

1933, Nov. 16. ALS (and transcript). Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

With Hansens; Ejnar plans Sadakichi Hartmann portrait; wants to visit Wistaria; Wiboldt sent print; notice of drive.
 

1933, Nov. 24. AL. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Brush fires, newspaper clipping enclosed.
 

1933, Dec. 11. ALS. Pasadena, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Hansen's Christmas sale; discusses Bogarts, Stimsens; wants to spend Christmas with her; newspaper clipping of his visit to her from Riverside County Press; enclosed letter to Wistaria from Helga Hansen: living and working arrangements.
 

1934, March 16. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His glorious send off from Sargents Court crowd; impressions of Louisiana; talks of musical trio; out of money.
 

1934, March 26. ALI. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Completion of "Moses" in less than a week; life with Atma.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

2 postcards of area; his plans for moving North.
 

1934, April 24. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Arrival in N.Y.; mentions Mrs. Goldman; publishing "Moses"; "Moses" notice enclosed.
 

1934, July 20. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Trip: New York to Albany to Rochester to Detroit; reprint of The Last 30 Days of Christ; "Moses" a failure.
 

1934, July 30. ALS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Progress on printing; new studio; Bob Marks portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1934, Nov. 17. ALS. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Wants to move in.
 

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

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Notice of lecture.
 

1935, June 28. ALS. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Arrived in Washington.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Trying to find apartment; news: Ben Marks died, chatted with architect Wright, other news.
 

1935, July 28. ALS. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 6 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Possibility of job; selling pastels; list of important people he has met; visit to Edgar; rupture bothering him so he gave up dancing; written up once.
 

1935, Sept. 13. ALS. Snow Creek Canyon (?).

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

On back of photo: plans for return to California.
 

1935, Oct. 8. Typed Transcript. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Talk of shack; note in unknown hand: Sadakichi Hartmann puts up predictions on board, Wistaria takes them down when they prove untrue.
 

1935, Oct. 11. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Announcement of Sadakichi Hartmann lecture.
 

1936, Feb. 17. AL. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Questions about building shack on reservation.
 

1936, March 9. AL. Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Account of auto accident; relationship to Margery Winter; reason for visiting her; sorry children didn't like the clothes he sent.
 

1936, April 3. ALS. Andover, N.H.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His stay with Morgans.
 

1936, April 22. ALS. Andover, N.H.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sending a "Star Chart"; encloses flyer for art appraisal service by Sadakichi Hartmann
 

1936, April 25. ALS. Madison Hotel, New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Sends stamps.
 

1936, May 2. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of May Day parades; list of books by Sadakichi Hartmann
 

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

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Praise of Indian craftsmanship at a New York museum.
 

1936, May 22. Pr List. No place.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Contents of Esthetic Verities.
 

1936, June 25. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Back in Florida with Atma; book ( Esthetic Verities?) accepted for publishing; health problems; philosophy of life.
 

1936, Nov. 23. TL. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His hotel room and method of moving about in it; dancing; Nov. 24: criticizes photo of Cedric; her desire to be alone; discusses painter Benton; Nov. 25: interpersonal relations; wants something to be done to stop speeding and drunk drivers; praises health, parents, and children; Ben Berlin and Margery Winter; Ray Brossard in New York; Berlin's portrait of Sadakichi Hartmann now 3½×5 feet owned by Bogart; Hansen teaching at Chouinard Art School; Aileen Pringle; Edgar and Paul; the Morgans; Dudley Nichols, scenario writer; laments passing of friends; pastel painting and selling.
 

1936, Nov. 26. TLI. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Stay in hospital; his activities in hotel.
 

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

Physical Description: 7 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Hotel fire; his removal of foot cast; plans for future; pastels; complains of modern (surrealistic?) art; read Santayana's The Last Puritan; discusses Swedenborg's Heaven and Its Wonders and Hell; mentions his Morgenthau letter and repercussions.
 

1936, Dec. 25. TL. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asks welfare department for old-age pension.
 

1937, March 20. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; plans to visit the Morgans; complains of seeing little outside of U.S.A.; poem by Barbara Hutton "daughter of Woolworth stores"; Atma; birth control; Jain religion; Texas school fire; 80 pastels; friends and interpersonal relations.
 

1937, June 20. TLI. Hotel Harris, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Foot getting better; answers her questions; financial problems; discusses old age pension; letter from Cyrus C. Dallin; questions Bogarts action with "my big Ben Berlin portrait".
 

1937, July 7. APS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Passed through Banning on train.
 

1937, July 25. TLI. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes neighborhood; news of friends: Sachs, Bogart, Wiboldt; describes El Paso; newspaper clipping enclosed: July 13, 1937, Hollywood Citizens News: Sadakichi Hartmann is back in town.
 

1938, Feb. 7. ALS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Weather; expected visitors; discusses Matt Moore and book.
 

1938, Feb. 13. ALS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Saw Matt Moore; Miriam; discusses possibility of shack.
 

1938, Feb. 20. TLI. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Visits Matt Moore; general news.
 

1938, March 6. ALS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; talk of shack.
 

1938, March 17. ALS. Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 5 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Note to Sadakichi Hartmann from Bob Bogart; financial troubles; architect drew up plans for shack; book on Mendelian theory; Matt Moore.
 

1938, Nov. 13. ALS. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

In better health; discusses shack; Wistaria's body.
 

1938, Nov. TL. Banning, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Statement about age limit on Great Art Derby.
 

1939, Jan. 18. TL (photocopy and transcript). Hotel Lamm, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

News of friends; Margaret Mather, Lipton, Aileen Pringle, the Roberts, Matt Moore, Hansen; talk to Japanese Youth Alliance; Charles Chaplin.
 

1939, Nov. 14. ALS. Sargents Court, Los Angeles, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Their illnesses; his asthma; Berlin's estate.
 

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

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

His illness; wants her to acknowledge receipt of artist materials and caricatures; might finish work 3/4 finished by Berlin.
 

1940, Feb. 8. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Discusses upcoming draft; where to look for list of art patrons and contributors.
 

1940, May 22. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Working with Fowler; wants Literary Charts to give to Ben Hecht's guests; discussion of war.
 

1940, May 25. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Building fence; visiting her with Joe Weinberg.
 

1940, June 2. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Putting pipe-line to his shack; other instructions for work on shack; Fowler.
 

1940, July 7. ALS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wants overcoat and shoes; his health.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Hirschfield; Tansy; Jonquil; Wesselman; Fowler, and Decker.
 

1940, July 19. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; Corinne; Wesselmann; Nurva.
 

1940, July 22-23. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Decker; Wesselmann; Fowler ordered all Sadakichi Hartmann's books; portrait; Mrs. Gang; Matt Moore; Tansy.
 

1940, July 27. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Ill-health; overcoat; publishing "Strands and Ravelings of the Art Fabric" in August.
 

1940, July 29. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Went to art museum in wheelchair with Fowler.
 

1940, July 30. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

List of address books he wants.
 

No date. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Better health; wants check book.
 

1940, Aug. 5. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Classification of motion pictures; Tansy; Decker; Fowler.
 

1940, Aug. 8. TL. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Matt Moore; film idea; Decker and Fowler; doctor's bill.
 

1940, Aug. 19. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Tansy; manuscript.
 

1940, Aug. 22. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Travel plans; sends books.
 

1940, Aug. 27. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Needs pink list of Washington addresses; Secretary of War Stimson; Margery's last evening.
 

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

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Asthma; arriving on 1:00 train in Banning.
 

1940, Oct. 3. ALS. Hotel Addison, Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Landscape in Texas; Tom Lea; Mrs. Bonerden's boarding house.
 

1940, Oct. 8. ALS. Hotel Addison, Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sold pastel; Marx and wife.
 

1940, Oct. 24. TLS. Detroit, Mich.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Has a large room; Detroit Free Press notice for Sadakichi Hartmann at Fisher Art School.
 

1940, Dec. 7,8,9. ALS. St. Petersburg, Fla.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Loss of blood from head injury from train accident; discusses "Hand Dance"; Fowler.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Aster in service; Tansy; plans "New World Order"; asthma better.
 

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

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Trip to California; comments about war; wants two copies of The Last 30 Days of Christ.
 

1941, Feb. 13. ALS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Wesselmann; Fowler's title "is now 'No Room at the Inn' ".
 

1941, Feb. 19. TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Fowler's family; Wiboldt's address; discusses Senator Johnson.
 

No date (1940?). TLS. Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, Ca.

Physical Description: 1 p.

Scope and Content Note

Last page of letter: sends back film; Wesselmann's pictures of Sadakichi Hartmann and Tansy; film of "Hand Dance".*

Note

*A two-minute film of Hartmann performing his hand dance is in the collection of the California Museum of Photography at UCR.
 

Correspondence from family members

Box 15

Hartmann, Edgar

 

1935, Sept. 2. ALS. Quantico, Va.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Requests Sadakichi Hartmann write a poem for a girl in Washington, drinking and money discussed.
 

Hartmann, Minerva

 

1928, Feb. 15. ALS. Concord Junction, Mass.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Can't send money; talks of not marrying better; asks for pictures.
 

1938, March 1. TLS. No place.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Will try to help financially; discusses Tchaikowsky; mentions Sadakichi Hartmann's literary chart; mentions Wistaria.
 

No date. ALS. No town.

Physical Description: 3 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Reaction to Aster's death.
 

Hartmann, Oscar (1840-1929)

 

1908, March 10. ALS. Denver, Colo.

Physical Description: 4 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Describes life to Sadakichi Hartmann
 

Hartmann, Paul

 

1922, Sept. 3. ALS. New York, N.Y.

Physical Description: 2 pp.

Scope and Content Note

Sends $5.00 for book; news of family.
 

Periodical Articles

 

A-Z

Note

All photocopies (oversize)
Box 17

Art News, V. I, no. 1-4; March-June, 1897.

 

"Notes from Paris" (by) Sadakitshe Hartmann, in John Swinton's Paper, New York, March 27, 1887, p. 3, col. 1 & 2; April 3, 1887.

 

"Parisian Night Asylums" (by) C. Sadakitshe Hartmann, in John Swinton's Paper, New York, May 22, 1887, p. 3, col. 1.

 

Boston Daily Advertiser: Articles by Sadakichi Hartmann, 1883-1893.

 

Boston Evening Transcript: Articles by Sadakichi Hartmann, 1888-1889.

 

Brossard, Raymond. Letters and Reminiscences of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Buddha (Sadakichi Hartmann's play) - a review by C.H.A. Bjerregaard in Metaphysical Magazine, vol. 10, no. 5 (Nov. 1899), p. 312-317.

 

"Alma Tadema's Favorite Model" (by) C. Sadakichi Hartmann, in The Commercial Gazette (Cincinnati), Jan. 2, 1892, p. 13, col. 1 & 2.

 

The Stylus, edited by Sadakichi Hartmann, vol. 1, no. 1-3; Dec. 1909 - Feb. 1910.

 

The Weekly Review (Boston), vol. 3, Dec. 31, 1892 - April 29, 1893. (Sadakichi Hartmann was on staff at this time and certainly wrote most of the copy here reproduced.)

Box 18

See MANUSCRIPTS (oversized)

Box 19

A-1 "A.T. Proctor--A Maker of Exhibition Prints." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (April 1907).

 

A-1a "Adrift." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Stylus.

 

A-1b "Advance in Artistic Photography." Sidney Allan. Leslie's Weekly, (April 28, 1904).

 

A-1c "Aesthetic Activity in Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. Brush and Pencil, vol. XIV, (April, 1904) no. 1.

 

A-2 "After a Snowstorm." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. XXXV, (March, 1903) no. 3.

 

A-2a "Albert Pinkham Ryder." Sadakichi Hartmann. Magazine of Art, vol. 31, (Sept., 1938).

 

A-2b "Albert Rosenthal--A Philadelphia Portrait Painter." Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 49, (July, 1912) no. 667.

 

A-3 "Sidney Allan on Criticism." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 45, (Aug., 1908).

 

A-4 "American Notes." Special Correspondent (probably Hartmann). The Amateur Photographer, vol. XL, (Aug. 11, 1904) no. 1036.

 

A-5 "American Photographic Criticism." (Quotes Sadakichi Hartmann at length). The British Journal of Photography, vol. XLVII, (March 23, 1900) no. 2081, re: F. Holland Day.

 

A-6 "American Photography at Russell Square--To the Editors." Sadakichi Hartmann. The British Journal of Photography, vol. XLVII, (Nov. 30, 1900) no. 2117. Defense of "American Photographic Criticism."

 

A-7 "The American Picture World: Its Shows and Shams." Sadakichi Hartmann. Forum, vol. XIV, (Sept., 1910) no. 9.

 

A-7a "Amerikanische Kunstphotographen." Sadakichi Hartmann. Dekorative Kunst, vol. 8, (May, 1905) no. 8.

 

A-8 "An Analysis of Facial Expression: With Special Reference to Photographic Portraiture and Pictorial Representation--Introduction." Sadakichi Hartmann. Abel's Photographic Weekly, vol. IX, (Feb. 24, 1912) no. 217. (Series runs from A-8 through A-20.)

 

A-9 "Chapter 1: The Study of the Face." Vol. IX, (March 9, 1912) no. 219.

 

A-10 "Chapter 2: The Elementals of Facial Expression." Vol. IX, (March 23, 1912) no. 221.

 

A-11 "Chapter 3: Methods of Rectification." Vol. IX, (April 6, 1912) no. 223.

 

A-12 "Chapter 4: Methods of Rectification." Vol. IX, (April 20, 1912) no. 225.

 

A-13 "Chapter 5: On the Shape of the Head." Vol. IX, (May 4, 1912) no. 227.

 

A-14 "Chapter 6: The Proportions of the Face." Vol. IX, (May 18, 1919) no. 229.

 

A-15 "Chapter 7: The Minor Expressions." Vol. IX, (June 1, 1912) no. 231.

 

A-16 "Chapter 8: On the Forehead." Vol. IX, (June 15, 1912) no. 233.

 

A-17 "Chapter 9: On the Expression of the Human Eye." Vol. IX, (June 29, 1912) no. 235.

 

A-18 "Chapter 10: On the Expression of the Human Eye." Vol. X, (July 13, 1912) no. 237.

 

A-19 "Chapter 11: On the Expression of the Human Eye." Vol. X, (July 27, 1912) no. 238.

 

A-20 "Chapter 12: The Nose." Vol. X, (Aug. 10, 1912) no. 240.

 

A-21 "The Annual Exhibition of the Wilkes-Barre Camera Club." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 42, (June, 1910) no. 6.

 

A-22 "Another Colors of Nature Method." Sterling Heilig (Sadakichi Hartmann?). American Amateur Photographer, vol. 16, (Sept., 1904) no. 9.

 

A-22a "An Appeal to All Art Lovers." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. The Art Critic.

 

A-23 "Appreciation Overdone." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 45, (Nov., 1908)

 

A-24 "Art and Artists: Painting and Sculpture." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Oct. 8, 1898) no. 1.

 

A-25 "Art and Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Oct. 15, 1898) no. 2.

 

A-26 "Art and Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Oct. 22, 1898) no. 3.

 

A-27 "Art and Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Oct. 29, 1898) no. 4.

 

A-28 "Art and Artists: The N.Y.W.C.C." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Nov. 19, 1898) no. 7.

 

A-29 "Art and Artists: Academy of Design." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Nov. 26, 1898) no. 8.

 

A-30 "Art and Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Dec. 3, 1898) no. 9.

 

A-31 "Art and Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Dec. 10, 1898) no. 10.

 

A-32 "Art and Artists: Boston Artists." Sadakichi Hartmann. Musical America, vol. 1, (Dec. 17, 1898) no. 11.

 

A-33 "Art and Drama: Ibsen's Peculiarities." _____. Musical Courier, vol. 37, (Aug. 17, 1898) no. 2.

 

A-33a "Art and Revolt." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Blast, Dec., 1916 (?).

 

A-33b "Art in Child-Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Smith's Magazine.

 

A-34 "The Art of Coercion." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. VII, (July, 1928) no. 79.

 

A-35 "Art Photography and Its Relationship to Painting." Sadakichi Hartmann. New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, (Jan. 30, 1898). English translation by Hans Peter Breuer.

 

A-36 "Artistic Photography and Interior Decoration." Sadakichi Hartmann. The House Beautiful, vol. XVII, (Dec., 1904) no. 1.

 

A-37 "Ausstellung der amerikanischen Photo Secession in dem Carnegie-Institut zu Pittsburg." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photographische Rundschau und Photographisches Centralblatt, vol. XVIII, (May 1, 1904) no. 9.

 

A-38 "The Autonomy of Pantomime." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. IX, (Oct. 1930) no. 106.

 

A-39 "An Appreciation of Charles H. Davis." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 13, (Oct., 1909) no. 10.

 

A-40 "An Appreciation of Albert L. Groll--Landscape Painter." Sidney Allan. Brush and Pencil, vol. 11, (Oct., 1902-March 1903).

 

A-41 "Academic Portraiture: Pirie McDonald." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 43, (Oct., 1906).

 

B-1 "Background Relations." Attributed to Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 4, (Feb. 10, 1909) no. 79.

 

B-1a "Bjornson. The Great Scandinavian Novelist at Home." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Los Angeles Times, Aug. 7, 1892.

 

B-2 "The Boldine Portraits." Possibly Sadakichi Hartmann The Critic, vol. XXVI, (Dec. 18, 1897) no. 826.

 

B-3 "Note on Boldine." Possibly Sadakichi Hartmann The Critic, vol. XXXII, (Jan. 15, 1898) no. 830; (Feb. 12, 1898) no. 834.

 

B-4 "A Branch of Cherry Blossoms." Camera Work, no. 29, (Jan., 1910).

 

B-5 "Bread and Butter Talks: Give Your Customers What They Want" and "On Management." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 5, (Sept. 8, 1909) no. 109.

 

B-6 "Bread and Butter Talks: On Prices" and "On Amateurs." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 5, (Sept. 15, 1909) no. 110.

 

B-7 "Bread and Butter Talks: What to Study" and "On Success." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 5, (Sept. 22, 1909) no. 111.

 

B-8 "Brief Comment: Literary Doings and Sayings." _____. Current Literature, vol. XIX, (1896). Various notes, possibly Sadakichi Hartmann

 

B-9 "Briefkasten." Letter from Sadakichi Hartmann, Sidney Allan. Photographische Rundschau und Photographische Centralblatt, vol. XIX, (June 15, 1905) no. 12.

 

B-10 "Broken Melodies." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 38, (April, 1912).

 

B-11 "The Broken Plates." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 6, (April, 1904).

 

B-12 "Bessie Buehrmann--Under the Influence of the Secession." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XXXIX, (Nov., 1907) no. 11.

 

C-1 "Camera Impressionism--Dr. Arnold Genthe." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 14, (Dec., 1910) no. 12.

 

C-2 "The Camera in a Country Lane." Sidney Allan. Scribner's Magazine, vol. XXXI, (June, 1902) no. 6.

 

C-3 "The Carnegie Art Institute at Pittsburg." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Burr McIntosh Monthly, vol. XVII, (Oct., 1908) no. 67.

 

C-4 "The Chances of Moving Picture Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 51, (Sept., 1914) no. 9.

 

C-4a "Chaplin's City Lights." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. 10, (March, 1931) no. 111.

 

C-4b "Charles Rohlfs: A Worker in Wood." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 49, (Feb., 1912) no. 662.

 

C-5 "A Chat with Zola." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. The Saint Paul Pioneer Press, Nov. 13, 1892; and The Courier-Journal, Nov. 13, 1892.

 

C-5a "Children as They Are Pictured." Sidney Allan. Cosmopolitan Magazine, vol. 43, (July, 1907) no. 3.

 

C-6 "Frank Scott Clark--The Man and His Work." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LII, (March, 1915) no. 3.

 

C-7 "Clearness of Interpretation." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (April 14, 1915) no. 401. (On Mme d'Ora.)

 

C-8 "Alvin Langdon Coburn--Secession Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (June, 1907) no. 606.

 

C-9 "Comparative Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (March, 1907).

 

C-10 "Composition and the Functions of the Eye." Sidney Allan. Portrait, vol. 8, (Feb., 1917) no. 10.

 

C-11 "Composition in Child Photography." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (Jan., 1909).

 

C-12 "Composition in Portraiture: An Introduction to a Series of Articles on the Law of Composition." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 45, (Jan., 1908). (Series runs from C-13 through C-22a).

 

C-12a "Composition in Portraiture." (Review of series.) Abel's Photographic Weekly, vol. 1, (Jan. 18, 1908) no. 7.

 

C-13 "The Placing of the Head." (Feb., 1908).

 

C-14 "The Profile View." (March, 1908).

 

C-15 "The Full Face and Three-Quarter View--Part I." (April, 1908).

 

C-16 "The Full-Face and Three-Quarter View--Part II." (May, 1908).

 

C-17 "The Management of Hands." (June, 1908).

 

C-18 "On Standing Positions." (July, 1908).

 

C-19 "On Sitting Positions." (Aug., 1908).

 

C-20 "On Backgrounds." (Sept., 1908).

 

C-21 "On Groups." (Oct. 1908).

 

C-22 "On Tone and Value." (Nov., 1908).

 

C-22a "On Light Effects." (Dec. 1908).

 

C-22b "The Conquest of Light." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photographic Progress.

 

C-23 "Constructive Criticism--No. 1. A Weekly Pictorial Review." (R. Duhrkoop). Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 4, (June 16, 1909) no. 97. (Series runs from C-23 through C-63. The artist(s) discussed will appear in parentheses after the series number.

 

C-24 "No. 2." (Hugo Erfurt and Jacob Hilsdorf). (June 23, 1909) no. 98.

 

C-25 "No. 3." (H.J. Springer and R. Duhrkoop). (June 30, 1909) no. 99.

 

C-26 "No. 4." (Herman Link and R. Duhrkoop). Vol. 5, (July 7, 1909) no. 100.

 

C-27 "No. 5." (Paul Fournier and H.H. Pierce). (July 14, 1909) no. 101.

 

C-28 "No. 6." (W.M. Vander Weyde, Elizabeth Flint Wade and Rose Clark). (July 21, 1909) no. 102.

 

C-29 "No. 7." (W.M. Vander Weyde and R. Duhrkoop). (July 28, 1909) no. 103.

 

C-30 "No. 8." (M.B. Parkinson and Paul Fournier). (Aug. 4, 1909) no. 104.

 

C-31 "No. 9." (Otto Scharf and Robert Demachy). (Aug. 11, 1909) no. 105.

 

C-32 "No. 10." (Davis and Eickemeyer, and Pirie McDonald). (Aug. 18, 1909) no. 106.

 

C-33 "No. 11." (Paul Fournier and R. Duhrkoop). (Aug. 25, 1909) no. 107.

 

C-34 "No. 12." (Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey and Gustave Lorey). (Sept. 1, 1909) no. 108.

 

C-35 "No. 13." (Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey and Curtis Bell). (Sept. 8, 1909) no. 109.

 

C-36 "No. 14." (W.M. Vander Weyde and Wm. Shewell Ellis). (Sept. 15, 1909) no. 110.

 

C-37 "No. 15." (Curtis Bell and Pirie McDonald). (Sept. 22, 1909) no. 111.

 

C-38 "No. 16." (B.J. Falk and Curtis Bell). (Sept. 29, 1909) no. 112.

 

C-39 "No. 17." (Mishkin and Vander Weyde). (Oct. 6, 1909) no. 113.

 

C-40 "No. 18." (J.C. Strauss and Vander Weyde). (Oct. 13, 1909) no. 114.

 

C-41 "No. 19." (H.H. Pierce and William Orpen). (Oct. 20, 1909) no. 115.

 

C-42 "No. 20." (Pirie McDonald and Eastman Johnson). (Oct. 27, 1909) no. 116.

 

C-43 "No. 21." (Leopold Horowitz and C. Puyo). (Nov. 3, 1909) no. 117.

 

C-44 "No. 22." (H.J. Springer and Carl Frederiksen). (Nov. 10, 1909) no. 118.

 

C-45 "No. 23." (Curtis Bell and Alfred Krauth). (Nov. 17, 1909) no. 119.

 

C-46 "No. 24." (Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey). (Dec. 8, 1909) no. 122.

 

C-47 "No. 25." (W.M. Chase and Dawson Watson). (Dec. 15, 1909) no. 123.

 

C-48 "No. 25." (i.e.: 26) (Franz von Lenbach and Clarence H. White). (Dec. 22, 1909) no. 124.

 

C-49 "No. 26." (i.e.: 27) (Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey and Davis and Eickemeyer). Vol. 6, (Jan. 5, 1910).

 

C-50 "No. 27." (i.e.: 28) (Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey and Jeanne E. Bennett). (Jan. 12, 1910).

 

C-51 "No. 28." (i.e.: 29) (Curtis Bell and Rose Clark and Elizabeth Flint Wade). (Jan. 26, 1910).

 

C-52 "No. 29." (i.e.: 30) (B.J. Falk and Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey). (Feb. 2, 1910).

 

C-53 "No. 30." (i.e.: 31) (H.H. Pierce and W.M. Vander Weyde). (Feb. 9, 1910).

 

C-54 "No. 31." (i.e.: 32) (Davis and Eickemeyer, and Leachy). (Feb. 16, 1910).

 

C-55 "No. 32." (i.e.: 33) (A. Marshall and Mishkin). (Feb. 23, 1910).

 

C-56 "No. 33." (i.e.: 34) (Painting of F.H. Tompkins and work of Franz Grainer). (March 2, 1910).

 

C-57 "No. 34." (i.e.: 35) (Davis, Eickemeyer and Lenbach). (March 9, 1910).

 

C-58 "No. 35." (i.e.: 36) (Gaiduschek). (March 16, 1910).

 

C-59 "No. 36." (i.e.: 37) (A.P. Lucas, W.M. Chase and Eric Carlson). (March 23, 1910).

 

C-60 "No. 36." (i.e.: 38) (Renee Le Beque and Hugo Erfurth). (May 11, 1910).

 

C-61 "No. 37." (i.e.: 39) (Duhrkoop and E. Gaiduschek). (May 18, 1910).

 

C-62 "No. 37." (i.e.: 40) (Max Koner and Franz von Lenbach). (July 20, 1910).

 

C-63 "No. 38." (i.e.: 41) (Coubillier and Anonymous). (April 16, 1910).

 

C-64 "Correspondence: to the Editor." Sidney Allan. The Photographer, vol. VI, (April 16, 1907) no. 155.

 

C-65 "Correspondence: Letter to the Editor." By J.P. Chalmers in answer to C-64. The Photographer, vol. VII, (May 14, 1907) no. 159.

 

C-66 "Correspondence: Letter to the Editor." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. VII, (Jan., 1928) no. 73. Re: Isadora Duncan.

 

C-67 "Criticism of Our Cover Design." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 20, (April, 1916) no. 4.

 

D-1 "The Daguerreotype." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photo Era, vol. XXIX, (Sept., 1912) no. 3. (Photocopy and original).

 

D-2 "Dawn Flowers: To Maurice Maeterlinck." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 2, (April, 1903).

 

D-3 "A Day at the Salt Meadows." Sadakichi Hartmann. Harper's Monthly Magazine, vol. CVI, (1903) no. DCXXXVI.

 

D-3a "De Zayas." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 31, (July, 1910).

 

D-4 "The Death of Napoleon Sarony." Anonymous, probably Hartmann. The Daily Tattler, vol. I, (Nov. 10, 1896) no. 3.

 

D-4a "The Decadence of Sculpture." Sadakichi Hartmann. Altruria.

 

D-4b "The Deserted Cottage." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Mirror (St. Louis).

 

D-4c "Dispossessed." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 2, (March 1907) no. 1. (Second copy of above from an unknown source).

 

D-5 "The Difficulty of Photographing Sculture." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 60, (May, 1923) no. 5.

 

D-6 "Dolor." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, (April, 1903) no. 2.

 

D-6a "The Drama." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Shakespeariana, vol. 4, (1887). On Hamlet.

 

D-7 "Drapery and Accessories." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photo-Miniature, vol. X, (June, 1910) no. 109.

 

D-8 "Drapery in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, 46, (May, 1909).

 

E-0 "Eastman Johnson: American Genre Painter." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 34, (April, 1908) no. 134.

 

E-1 "Ecclesiastical Sculpture in America." Sadakichi Hartmann. Catholic World, vol. 77, (Sept., 1903).

 

E-1a "Edward J. Steichen, Painter-Photographer." Sidney Allan. Camera Notes, vol. 6, (July, 1902) no. 1.

 

E-1b "Eremites of the Brush." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Mercury, vol. 11, (June, 1927) no. 42.

 

E-1c "Ernst Possart." C.S. Hartmann. Shakespeariana, vol. 5, (1888).

 

E-1d "The Edgar Saltus I Knew." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bookman, vol. 58, (Sept., 1923).

 

E-2 "Essentials of Portraiture." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photo-Miniature, vol. VIII, (Nov., 1908) no. 95.

 

E-3 "The Esthetic Significance of the Motion Picture." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 38, (April, 1912).

 

E-4 "The Exhibition of Children's Drawings." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 39, (July, 1912).

 

E-5 "Exhibition of Photographs by Members of the Camera Club of New York, April 13-30, 1904." Sidney Allan. American Amateur Photographer, vol. XVI, (May, 1904) no. 5.

 

E-6 "Exhibition of Photographs by Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 3, (April, 1900) no. 4.

 

E-6a "Exhibition of Prints by Virginia M. Prall." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 4, (April, 1901) no. 4.

 

E-6b "Exhibition of Prints by Wm. B. Post." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Works, vol. 4, (April, 1901) no. 4.

 

E-7 "Elias Goldensky, Maker of Gum Prints." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 49, (June, 1912) no. 606.

 

E-8 "Elias Goldensky, Photographer, 75." Obituary. The New York Times, Thursday, March 11, 1943.

 

E-9 "Exhibition of Photographs by Elias Goldensky at the New York Camera Club, Feb. 10-27, 1904." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Amateur Photographer, vol. XV, (April, 1904) no. 4.

 

E-10 "Eugene R. Hutchinson--Professional Pictorialist." Sadakichi Hartmann, Photo-Era, vol. 32, (June, 1914) no. 6.

 

F-0 "Faded Leaves." Alexander Kielland (translated by Sadakichi Hartmann). Poet-Lore, vol. III, (June, 1891) no. 6. 2 copies.

 

F-0a "Features of the Human Face." Sidney Allan. Portrait, vol. VI, (Jan., 1915) no. 9.

 

F-1 "The Feldman Studio, El Paso, Texas." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 18, (Feb. 2, 1916) no. 443. (Original and photocopy).

 

F-1a "Feminine Beauty the World Around." Sadakichi Hartmann. Metropolitan Magazine, (Oct., 1904). Photos by R. Eickemeyer, Jr.

 

F-2 "A Few American Portraits." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 49, (Oct., 1912) no. 670.

 

F-3 "A Few Genre Subjects." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 16, (May, 1912) no. 5.

 

F-4 "A Few Reflections on Amateur and Artistic Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 2, (1898-9).

 

F-4a "A Few Reflections on American Amateur and Artistic Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. The British Journal of Photography, vol. 45, (Oct., 1898) no. 2005. Reprint of F-4.

 

F-4b "The Fight for Recognition." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 30, (April, 1910).

 

F-4c "Fifty Years of Bad Luck." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 30, (April, 1910).

 

F-5 "The 'Flat-Iron' Building: An Esthetical Dissertation." Sidney Allan; and "To the 'Flat-Iron.' " Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 4, (Oct., 1904).

 

F-6 "The Flower-Maker." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. II, (Dec., 1907) no. 10. (Original and photocopy).

 

F-7 "Francois Coppé: The French Poet and His Work." Sadakichi Hartmann. Providence Journal, (Nov. 2, 1892).

 

F-7a "From a Hollywood Studio." The Curtain, vol. 4, (Oct., 1925) no. 46. Announcement of a series. (Series runs from F-7b through F-14).

 

F-7b "Chaplin the Conceited--His Luck--and His Genius." (Nov., 1925) no. 47. (Original and photocopy).

 

F-7c "Patrons of the Pictures--The Amateurs and the Aspirants--'Fame in a Month.' " (Dec., 1925) no. 48.

 

F-8 "The Meteoric Career of Aileen Pringle--Screen Technique--Pictorial Values." Vol. 5, (Jan. 1926) no. 49.

 

F-9 "Charlie Chaplin--His Methods--His Imitators--'The Most Lonesome Man in Hollywood.' " (Feb., 1926) no. 50.

 

F-10 "Chaplin's Personality--Intellectual Standard of Hollywood." (June, 1926) no. 54.

 

F-11 "Hollywood in Fiction and in Fact." no. 54 (should be 55, assume June was 54 and rest of year works out).

 

F-12 "Film Critics--Some Advice to Fairbanks--Art and Moneymaking." no. 59 (should be 60).

 

F-13 "The Future of the Films--Chaplin and Immortality." Vol. VI, (Sept., 1927) no. 69.

 

F-14 "From a Hollywood Studio." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. VI, (Nov., 1927) no. 71.

 

F-15 "Frederick I. Monsen." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 41, (Jan., 1909).

 

G-1 "The Game is Up." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 1, (June, 1906) no. 4.

 

G-1a "A German Pictorialist--Rudolph Duhrkoop." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 39, (June, 1907) no. 6.

 

G-2 "A German Practitioner: A. Gottheil of Danzig." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. 34, (Feb., 1915) no. 2.

 

G-2a "The German Theatre in New York City: An Open Letter." Sadakichi Hartmann.

 

G-3 "Gessler's Hat." Caliban. The Camera, vol. 8, (Nov., 1904) no. 11.

 

G-3a "The Glorification of Color." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 31, (July, 1910).

 

G-3b "The Goncourts." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Boston Evening Transcript, vol. 64, (April 29, 1893) no. 19,184.

 

G-3c "Guido Ray--A Master of Detail Composition." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 39, (March, 1907) no. 3.

 

G-4 "The Gum Process and Its Proper Application." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. 19, (July, 1907) no. 1.

 

H-1 "Hats in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (March, 1909).

 

H-2 "The Head in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (1909).

 

H-2a "Henry Clews, Jr." Letter from Sadakichi Hartmann to Henry Clews, and reply. New York, 1910.

 

H-2b "Henry Havelock Pierce, An Appreciation." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LII, (April, 1915) no. 4.

 

H-3 "Histed--Photographer of Celebrities." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (Oct., 1907).

 

H-4 "The Hoffman Studio, Philadelphia, Pa." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 49, (Sept., 1912) no. 669.

 

H-5 "How a Talkie Dialogue is Written." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. X, (Nov., 1931) no. 119. (Original and photocopy).

 

H-6 "How Photographers May Be Helped by the Study of Paintings--Part I." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XL, (Oct., 1908) no. 10.

 

H-7 "How Photographers May Be Helped by the Study of Paintings--Part II." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XL, (Nov., 1908) no. 11.

 

H-8 "How Leading Photographers Mount Their Prints." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 51, (June, 1914) no. 6.

 

H-9 "How to Make Large Heads--A New Phase of Photographic Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 50, (March, 1913) no. 675.

 

H-10 "How to Win a Competition." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera and Dark Room, (Oct., 1905).

 

I-1 "In Perfume Land." Sadakichi Hartmann. Forum, vol. 50, (July, 1913) no. 1.

 

I-1a "In Quest of Pictorial Incidents: River Scenes." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 20, (July, 1916) no. 6. (Series runs from I-1a through I-12).

 

I-2 "A Few Words on Line Interest." Vol. 20, (July 1916) no. 7.

 

I-3 "Silhouette Effects in Landscape Work." Vol. 20, (Aug., 1916) no. 8.

 

I-4 "Various Methods of Figure Delineation." Vol. 20, (Sept., 1916) no. 9.

 

I-5 "How to Add a Special Interest to a Landscape." Vol. 20, (Oct., 1916) no. 10.

 

I-6 "The Picturesque Value of Tree Trunks." Vol. 20, (Nov., 1916) no. 11.

 

I-7 "Have Pictorial Incidents an Artistic Significance?" Vol. 20, (Dec., 1916) no. 12.

 

I-8 "The Tang of the Sea." Vol. 21, (Jan., 1917) no. 1.

 

I-9 "Domestic Pets." Vol. 21, (Feb., 1917) no. 2.

 

I-10 "Snow as a Picture Maker." Vol. 21, (June, 1917) no. 6.

 

I-11 "About a College Town." Vol. 21, (July, 1917) no. 7.

 

I-12 "On Portraiture." Vol. 21, (Aug., 1917) no. 8.

 

I-13 "The Influence of Artistic Photography on Interior Decoration." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 2, (April, 1903).

 

I-14 "The Influence of Visual Perception on Conception and Technique." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 3, (July, 1903).

 

I-15 "The Inquisitorial System." Caliban. The Photo Beacon, vol. 16, (Nov., 1904) no. 11.

 

I-16 "International Exhibition of Pictorial Photography--Albright Art Gallery." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 48, (1911).

 

I-17 "The Invisible Drama." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. 11, (Jan., 1932) no. 121. (Original and photocopy).

 

J-1 "Japanese Conception of Poetry." Sadakichi Hartmann. Reader Magazine, vol. 3, (Jan., 1904) no. 2.

 

J-2 "Japanese Drama." Sadakichi Hartmann. Forum, vol. 47, (June, 1912) no. 6. (Original and photocopy).

 

J-3 "Japanese Fiction." Sadakichi Hartmann. Forum, vol. 45, (June, 1911) no. 6. (Original and photocopy).

 

J-4 "John Donoghue." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 21, (Jan., 1908).

 

J-5 "The John E. Dumont Exhibition (April 11-25)." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 3, (July, 1899) no. 1.

 

J-6 "The Jubilee Exhibition at the Hamburg Art Galleries." Ernst Juhl (translated by Mrs. Sadakichi Hartmann). Camera Work, no. 5, (Jan., 1905).

 

J-7 "John H. Garo--An Appreciation." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 19, (April, 1915) no. 4.

 

K-1 "Keep Up Appearances." Sadakichi Hartmann. Greenwich Village, vol. 2, (Oct. 30, 1915) no. 6.

Box 20

L-1 "The Landscape Work of the Salon Club." Sidney Allan. American Annual of Photography, vol. 19, (1905).

 

L-1a "Leitmotiv." (Preface to Anne Throop's book). Sadakichi Hartmann. (1897).

 

L-1b "Lighting the Face in Portraiture." Sidney Allan.

 

L-1c "Ein literarischer Gast." Caliban. New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, (March 4, 1898).

 

L-2 "Little Tin Gods on Wheels." Juvenal. The Photo-Beacon, (Sept., 1904).

 

L-2a "The Little Wayside Station." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 1, (Sept., 1906) no. 7.

 

L-3 "Looking for Good Points." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 17, (Sept. 8, 1915) no. 422. On Frank S. Clark. (Series runs from L-3 through L-23).

 

L-4 " 'Child Portrait.' May L. Smith, Binghamton, N.Y." vol. 18, (March 22, 1916) no. 450.

 

L-5 " 'A Family Group.' Jane Reece, Dayton, Ohio." Vol. 18, (May 10, 1916), no. 457.

 

L-6 " 'Hortense.' Frederick Pohle, Buffalo, N.Y." Vol. 18, (March 15, 1916), no. 449.

 

L-7 " 'An Idyllic Pastime.' Toloff, Evanston, Ill." Vol. 17, (Oct. 27, 1915), no. 429.

 

L-8 " 'In the Library.' Elizabeth Schliepmann, St. Louis, Mo." Vol. 18, (April 5, 1916) no. 452.

 

L-9 " 'Lou Tellegen.' Gledhill, Santa Barbara, Calif." Vol. 18, (March 1, 1916) no. 447.

 

L-10 " 'Mother and Child.' May L. Smith, Binghamton, N.Y." Vol. 17, (Oct. 13, 1915) no. 427.

 

L-11 " 'Mother and Infant.' W.E. Burnell, Buffalo, N.Y." Vol. 18, (May 24, 1916) no. 459.

 

L-12 " 'Out of Door Group.' J.C. Strauss, St. Louis, Mo." Vol. 17, (Nov. 17, 1915) no. 432.

 

L-13 "Portrait by R.C. Nelson, Hastings, Neb." Vol. 17, (Sept. 22, 1915) no. 424.

 

L-14 " 'Portrait.' Frank Scott Clark, Detroit, Mich." Vol. 18, (May 3, 1916) no. 456.

 

L-15 " 'Portrait.' Fred J. Feldman, El Paso, Texas." Vol. 18 (June 14, 1916) no. 462.

 

L-16 " 'Portrait.' Helmar Lerski, Milwaukee, Wis." Vol. 17, (Nov. 10, 1915) no. 431.

 

L-17 " 'Portrait.' L.H. Buckley, Binghamton, N.Y." Vol. 17, (Oct. 20, 1915) no. 428.

 

L-18 " 'Portrait.' W.E. Burnell, Buffalo, N.Y." Vol. 18, (April 12, 1916) no. 453.

 

L-19 " 'Portrait of William J. Connors.' Frederick W. Pohle, Buffalo, N.Y." Vol. 17, (Nov. 3, 1915) no. 430.

 

L-20 "' 'Rockabye Baby.' Knaffle Bros., Knoxville, Tenn." Vol. 18, (May 17, 1916) no. 458.

 

L-21 " 'Ruth St. Denis.' J.D. Toloff, Evanston, Ill." Vol. 18, (March 8, 1916) no. 448.

 

L-22 "'Sisters.' Elizabeth Schliepmann, St. Louis, Mo." Vol. 17, (Sept. 29, 1915) no. 425.

 

L-23 " 'Youngsters.' G.J. Sipprell, Buffalo, N.Y." Vol. 18, (March 29, 1916) no. 451.

 

L-24 "Looking for the Good Points." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Camera, vol. 21, (Oct. 1917) no. 10. (Series runs from L-24 through L-32).

 

L-25 Vol. 21, (Nov., 1917) no. 11.

 

L-26 (On Gledhill). Vol. 21, (Dec., 1917) no. 12.

 

L-27 (James Cooper and Percy Newman). Vol. 22, (Jan., 1918) no. 1.

 

L-28 (Miss Reineke). Vol. 22, (March, 1918) no. 3.

 

L-29 (Belle Johnson and Frank Scott Clark). Vol. 22, (July, 1918) no. 7.

 

L-30 (Weston). Vol. 22, (Sept., 1918) no. 9.

 

L-31 (J.D. Toloff and May L. Smith). Vol. 22, (Oct., 1918) no. 10.

 

L-32 Vol. 22, (Nov., 1918) no. 11.

 

M-1 "The Man Without A Pose--S.L. Stein." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine. no. 43, (Dec., 1906).

 

M-1a "The Management of Hands." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 56, (Nov., 1919) no. 11.

 

M-1b "Manipulation as a Means of Individual Expression." _____. The American Amateur Photographer, vol. 17, (Aug., 1905) no. 8.

 

M-2 "A Master in Child Portraiture." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photo-Era, vol. 29, (Jan., 1912).

 

M-3 "Masterpieces of American Portraiture." (Richard E. Miller). Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (June 2, 1915) no. 408. (Series runs from M-3 through M-14).

 

M-4 (Alden Weir). (June 9, 1915) no. 409.

 

M-5 (Gari Melchers). (June 16, 1915) no. 410.

 

M-6 (James J. Shannon). (June 23, 1915) no. 411.

 

M-7 (George B. Butler). (June 30, 1915) no. 412.

 

M-8 (James McNeil Whistler). Vol. 17, (July 7, 1915) no. 413.

 

M-9 (John S. Sargeant). (July 14, 1915) no. 414.

 

M-10 (Robert MacCameron). (July 21, 1915) no. 415.

 

M-11 (Thomas Eakins). (Aug. 4, 1915) no. 417.

 

M-12 (William M. Chase). (Aug. 11, 1915) no. 418.

 

M-13 (Frank Duveneck). (Aug. 18, 1915) no. 419.

 

M-14 (Louis Betts). (Aug. 25, 1915) no. 420.

 

M-15 "Masters in Portraiture--Albrecht Durer." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 48, (June, 1911). (Series runs from M-15 through M-41).

 

M-15a "Anton Van Dyck." Vol. 48, (March, 1911).

 

M-16 "Auguste Renoir." Vol. 46, (Sept., 1909).

 

M-17 "Caro Delvaille." Vol. 47, (Aug., 1910).

 

M-18 "Dante Gabriel Rossetti." Vol. 47, (March, 1910).

 

M-18a "De La Tour." Vol. 49, (March, 1912).

 

M-19 "Diego Velasquez." Vol. 48, (Aug., 1911).

 

M-20 "Édouard Manet." Vol. 46, (Aug., 1909).

 

M-21 "Francisco Goya." Vol. 47, (Oct., 1910).

 

M-22 "Franz von Lenbach." Vol., 46, (Oct., 1909).

 

M-23 "Friedrich August Von Kaulbach." Vol. 47, (Feb., 1910).

 

M-24 "George Frederick Watts." Vol. 46, (Nov., 1909).

 

M-25 "Hans Holbein." Vol. 49, (Aug., 1912).

 

M-26 "Hans Holbein." (Reprint of above article in The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 55, (Feb., 1918) no. 2).

 

M-27 "Hubert Herkomer." Vol. 46, (Dec., 1909).

 

M-28 "James McNeil Whistler." Vol. 47, (April, 1910).

 

M-29 "Jean Baptiste Greuze." Vol. 48, (July, 1911).

 

M-30 "Jean Baptiste Greuze." (Reprint of above article in The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 54, (March, 1917) no. 3).

 

M-30a "John W. Alexander." Vol. 47, (1910).

 

M-31 "Joshua Reynolds." Vol. 48, (Feb., 1911).

 

M-32 "Joshua Reynolds." (Reprint of above article in The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 54, (Feb., 1917) no. 2).

 

M-33 "Lucien Simon." Vol. 47, (July 1910).

 

M-34 "Max Koner." Vol. 47, (Jan., 1910).

 

M-35 "Peter Paul Rubens." Vol. 49, (Nov., 1912) no. 671.

 

M-35a "Raphael." Vol. 50, (Feb., 1913) no. 674.

 

M-36 "Rembrandt." Vol. 48, (Nov., 1911).

 

M-37 "Rembrandt." (Reprint of above article in The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 55, (Jan., 1917) no. 1).

 

M-38 "Thomas Gainsborough." Vol. 47, (Nov., 1910).

 

M-39 "Titian." Vol. 49, (Dec., 1912) no. 672.

 

M-40 "W.Q. Orchardson." Vol. 47, (Sept., 1910).

 

M-41 "Wilhelm Leibl." Vol. 47, (Dec., 1910).

 

M-42 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Paper II--By Emphasis of Physiognomy." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 15, (Nov. 11, 1914).

 

M-43 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Paper III-By Emphasis of Personality." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 15, (Nov. 25, 1914).

 

M-44 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part VI--By Manipulation." Sidney Allan. Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16 (Jan. 6, 1915) no. 387. (On Charles Gerschel).

 

M-45 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part VII--By One Direct Source of Light." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (Jan. 20, 1915) no. 389. (Wallace).

 

M-46 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part VIII--By Diffused Light." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (Feb. 3, 1915) no. 391. (Bonaventura of Rome).

 

M-47 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part IX--By Pictorial Treatment." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (Feb. 17, 1915) no. 393. (H. Essenhigh Corke).

 

M-48 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part X--By Dress and Accessories." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (March 3, 1915). (D'Ora of Vienna).

 

M-49 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part XI--By Decorative Treatment." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (March 24, 1915) no. 398. (H. Essenhigh Corke).

 

M-50 "Methods of Character Interpretation--Part XII--By Flat Treatment and Pattern Device." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (April 7, 1915) no. 400.

 

M-50a "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The Lantern, (Aug., 1913).

 

M-51 "Milton Waide--One Man of Photgraphy." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (1907).

 

M-52 "The Misanthrope--Letter to the Editor." _____. The Camera, vol. 10, (Jan., 1906) no. 1.

 

M-52a "Misapplied Relief?" Sadakichi Hartmann. The Art Digest, (May 1, 1936).

 

M-53 "Mob Psychology." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. VIII, (June, 1929) no. 90.

 

M-54 "Modern Chiaroscular Deficiencies and Their Influence on Pictorial Art." A. Chameleon. Camera Work, no. 26, (April, 1909).

 

M-55 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (March 31, 1915) no. 399. (Jean Jacques Henner).

 

M-56 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (April 21, 1915) no. 402. (Lucien Simon).

 

M-57 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (April 28, 1915) no. 403. (Charles W. Hawthorne).

 

M-58 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (May 12, 1915) no. 405. (William M. Chase).

 

M-59 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (May 19, 1915) no. 406. (Jean van Beers).

 

M-60 "Modern Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (May 26, 1915) no. 407. (Robert Henri).

 

M-60a "Modern Scandinavian Authors: Kielland, Garborg, Strindberg, Ola Hansson." Poet Lore, vol. 3, (1891).

 

M-61 "Monologue." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 6, (April, 1904).

 

M-62 "The Mother and Child Picture in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (April, 1909).

 

M-63 "The Mother and Child Picture in Portraiture." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 53, (July, 1916) no. 7.

 

M-64 "A Munich Artist: A Visit to Gabriel Max." C.Sadakichi Hartmann The American, vol. XII, (July 17, 1886) no. 310.

 

M-65 "Munich and Bayreuth." Claude Phillips. Fortnightly, vol. LX, (Oct. 1, 1896) no. CCCLVIII.

 

M-66 "My Experiences at the Fairbanks Studio." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. 4, (Jan., 1925) no. 37.

 

M-67 "My Experiences at the Fairbanks Studio." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera!, vol. 6, (Feb. 2, 1934) no. 42. (Reprint of M-66).

 

N-1 "A New Departure in Light and Shade Arrangements." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photo Era, vol. 29, (Nov., 1912) no. 5.

 

N-2 "A New Departure in Photography." Sidney Allan. The Lamp, vol. XXVII, (Feb., 1904) no. 1.

 

N-3 "A New European Departure." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LII, (Jan., 1915) no. 1.

 

N-4 "The New Kodachrome Process of Color Photography." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 16, (May 26, 1915 no. 407.

 

N-5 "A New Phase of Activity." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. 36, (Oct., 1904) no. 10.

 

N-5a "A New Power of Artistic Expression: The Pictorial Movement in Photography." Sidney Allan. Smith's Magazine, (Jan., 1908).

 

N-6 "The New York Camera Club." Sadakichi Hartmann. Photographic Times, vol. 32, (Feb., 1900) no. 2.

 

N-7 "A Note on Louis Fleckenstein and His Work." The Photographic Times-Bulletin, vol. 36, (Oct., 1904) no. 10.

 

N-8 "Nym Crinkle, the Critic." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. The Theatre Magazine, vol. 6, (Jan. 18, 1890) no. 11.

 

O-1 "Old Colonial Rooms." (Listed by Sadakichi Hartmann as one of his). Camera Work, no. 32, (Oct., 1910).

 

O-2 "An Old Topic Once More: A Discussion of Tonal Qualities." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 45, (Jan., 1913) no. 1.

 

O-3 "On Backgrounds." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, (formerly Wilson's), vol. LIV, (Jan., 1917) no. 1.

 

O-4 "On Composition." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 4, (April, 1901) no. 4.

 

O-5 "On Exhibitions." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 5, (Oct., 1901) no. 2.

 

O-6 "On Exhibitions, Juries and Awards." Sidney Allan. The Photographer, vol. VII, (May 14, 1907) no. 159.

 

O-7 "On Genre." Sidney Allan. Camera Notes, vol. 4, (1901).

 

O-8 "On Impressionism." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 9, (July, 1905) no. 7.

 

O-9 "On Light Effects." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 54, (March, 1917) no. 3.

 

O-10 "On Originality." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 37, (Jan., 1912). (Original and photocopy).

 

O-11 "On Pictorial and Illustrative Qualities." Sidney Allan. Camera Notes, vol. 6, (Dec., 1903) no. 4. (Two copies).

 

O-12 "On Plagiarism and Imitation." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 3, (1900).

 

O-13 "On Sitting Positions." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 53, (Dec., 1916) no. 12.

 

O-14 "On Sitting Positions." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 57, (March, 1920) no. 3.

 

O-15 "On Strictly Commercial Lines--Theo. Marceau." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 43, (1906).

 

O-16 "On the Arrangement of Groups." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 57, (Jan., 1920).

 

O-17 "On the Arrangement of the Skirt in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (1909).

 

O-18 "On the Composition of Two-Figure Portraits." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, no. 46, (July, 1909).

 

O-18a "On the Composition of Two-Figure Portraits." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LII, (May, 1916) no. 5.

 

O-18b "On the Lack of Culture." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 6, (April, 1904).

 

O-19 "On the Possibility of New Laws of Composition." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 30. (April, 1910).

 

O-20 "On the Use of Furniture in Portraiture." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (June, 1909).

 

O-21 "On the Use of Furniture in Portraiture." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LIII, (June, 1916) no. 6.

 

O-22 "On the Vanity of Appreciation." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 5, (Jan., 1904).

 

O-23 "On Tone and Values." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America America, vol. LIV, (Feb., 1917) no. 2.

 

O-24 "Once More Matisse." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 39, (July, 1912).

 

O-24a "The One-Print Exhibition." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, no. 44, (May, 1907).

 

O-25 "An Open Letter." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. II, (June, 1907) no. 6.

 

O-26 "An Open Letter from Sidney Allan" and "Replies." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 44, (June, 1907).

 

O-27 "An Answer to an Open Letter." Sidney Allan. The Photographer, vol. VII, no. 163.

 

O-28 "Correspondence: The Open Letter." J.D. Mitchell and J. Geo. Nussbaumer (separate comments to O-27). The Photographer, vol. VII, no. 165.

 

O-29 " 'The Open Letter.' " Harry A. Bloiss. The Photographer, vol. VII, (July 9, 1907) no. 167. (Reply to O-27).

 

O-30 "Originality: The Power of Producing New Conceptions." Cluny. The American Amateur Photographer, vol. 17, (June, 1905) no. 6.

 

O-30a "Our American Art Museums (Toledo and Milwaukee)." Sadakichi Hartmann. Arts and Decoration, (Aug. and Oct., 1915).

 

O-31 "Our Second Pilgrimage." Klingsor the Magician. Camera Work, no. 33, (Jan., 1911).

 

O-32 "The Overland Limited." Sadakichi Hartmann. New York Call Magazine, (May 23, 1920).

 

P-1 "A Painter Photographer--J.H. Garo." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, no. 43, (March, 1906).

 

P-2 "Painters and the Public." S. Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, no. 44, (Feb., 1907).

 

P-2a "Parisian Night Asylums." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. John Swinton's Paper, vol. 4, (May 22, 1887) no. 189.

 

P-3 "Phono-Film Infection." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. VIII, (April, 1929) no. 87.

 

P-4 "The Photo-Secession, A New Pictorial Movement." S. Hartmann. The Craftsman, vol. 6, (April, 1904) no. 1.

 

P-5 "The Photo-Secession Exhibition at the Carnegie Art Galleries, Pittsburg, Pa." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 6, (April, 1904).

 

P-5a "A Photographer of New York Society--A.F. Bradley." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 43, (Feb., 1906).

 

P-6 "A Photographer of Pretty Women." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Amateur Photographer, vol. XVIII, (Feb., 1906). (Will Armstrong). Two copies.

 

P-7 "The Photographer with an Artist's Temperament." Sidney Allan. The American Annual of Photography, vol. XXVIII, (1913). (Robert R. McGeorge).

 

P-8 "A Photographic Enqûete." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. V, (April, 1902) no. 4.

 

P-9 "The Photographing of Types." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LIX, (May, 1922) no. 5.

 

P-10 "Photography vs. Old Masters: Series I--A Few Madonna Pictures." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 14, (March, 1910) no. 3. (Series runs from P-10 through P-15).

 

P-11 "Series II--The Choice of Subject." (April, 1910) no. 4.

 

P-12 "Series III--The Principles of Portraiture." (May, 1910) no. 5.

 

P-13 "Series IV--The Conventions of Drapery." (June, 1910) no. 6.

 

P-14 "Series V--A Few Remarks on the Nude." (July, 1910) no. 7.

 

P-15 "Series VI--Fancy and Study Heads." (Aug., 1910) no. 8.

 

P-16 "Pictorial Progress." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 50, (Dec., 1913) no. 12.

 

P-17 "Picturesque New York: The Esthetic Side of Jewtown." Sidney Allan. Camera Notes, vol. VI, (Feb., 1903).

 

P-18 "A Pilgrimage to the Secession Shrine at Pittsburg." Klingsor the Magician. Camera Work, no. 6, (April, 1904).

 

P-19 "Placing of the Head." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LIII, (Feb., 1916) no. 2.

 

P-20 "A Plea for Good Taste and Common Sense." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 42, (1905).

 

P-21 "A Plea for Good Taste and Common Sense." Sidney Allan. American Amateur Photographer, vol. 17, (Oct., 1905) no. 10.

 

P-22 "A Plea for Localism." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 9, (Dec., 1905) no. 12.

 

P-23 "A Plea for Straight Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Amateur Photographer, vol. XVI, (March, 1904) no. 3. (Two copies).

 

P-24 "A Plea for the Picturesqueness of New York." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. IV, (Oct., 1900) no. 2.

 

P-25 "Pleasing Expressions: An Appreciation of the Working Methods of A.O. Titus of Titus and Burnell, Buffalo, N.Y." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography, vol. 17, (Oct. 6, 1915) no. 426.

 

P-25a "A Poet of Sunshine and Mist--a Recorder of Atmosphere: Maude Wilson." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. 27, (Dec., 1911) no. 6.

 

P-26 "Pointers on Composition from Sidney Allan." _____. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 47, (Feb., 1910).

 

P-27 "Pointers on Composition from Sidney Allan." _____. Abel's Photographic Weekly, vol. V, (June 25, 1910) no. 130.

 

P-28 "The Popular Element in Pictures." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XL, (June, 1908) no. 6.

 

P-29 "Popular Landscape Photography." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 47, (Sept., 1914) no. 9.

 

P-30 "Portrait Painting and Portrait Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. III, (July, 1899) no. 1. (Two copies).

 

P-31 "The Portrait Print--Its Significance in Interior Decoration." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (Aug., 1909).

 

P-32 "Portraits at the Paris Salon." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 47, (June 1910).

 

P-33 "Portraiture and Picture Making." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 50, (May, 1913) no. 5.

 

P-34 "Portraiture at the Buffalo Exhibition." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 47, (Dec., 1910).

 

P-35 "Possibilities--Figure Composition." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 16, (Feb., 1912) no. 2.

 

P-35a "The Pretty Woman in Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. Cosmopolitan, vol. 43, (May, 1907) no. 1.

 

P-35b " 'The Prince of Photographers': Morris Burke Parkinson." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 42, (Nov., 1905).

 

P-36 "Print-in-Ground Backgrounds." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 5, (Sept. 1, 1909) no. 108.

 

P-37 "Print-in Ground." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 13, (Oct., 1909) no. 10.

 

P-38 "The Problem of Perfect Illusion." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 16, (April, 1912) no. 4.

 

P-39 "Professional Pictorialism." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. L, (Nov., 1913) no. 11.

 

P-40 "A Professional Pictorialist-- Sadakichi Hartmann Lifshey." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 9, (Oct., 1905) no. 10.

 

P-41 "The Profile View." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LIII, (March, 1916) no 3.

 

P-42 "Puritanism--Its Grandeur and Shame." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 32, (Oct., 1910).

 

Q-1 "Quite in the Gentlemanly Interest." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. XXXVI, (Sept., 1904) no. 9. (Corthell).

Box 21

R-1 "Random Thoughts on Criticism." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. III, (Jan., 1900) no. 3.

 

R-2 "The Recent Exhibition of the Photo-Secession Society." Sidney Allan. Camera Craft, vol. III, (May, 1904) no. 6.

 

R-3 "Recent Conquests in Night Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Times, vol. XLI, (Nov., 1909) no. 11.

 

R-3a "Recent Italian Writers." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Poet-Lore, vol. 2, (Nov., 1890) no. 11.

 

R-3b "Recent Work by J.C. Strauss." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 51, (Oct., 1914) no. 10.

 

R-4 "Repetition, with Slight Variation." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 1, (Jan., 1903).

 

R-5 "A Reverie at the Sea Shore." Sadakichi Hartmann. Harper's Monthly Magazine, vol. CV, (Sept., 1902) no. DCXXVIII.

 

R-6 "Review of the Exhibition (Professional Photographer's Society of New York)." Sidney Allan. Bulletin of Photography and the Photographer, vol. 4, (April 14, 1909) no. 88.

 

R-7 "Review of the Exhibition of Photographic Studies by Charles I. Berg." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. IV, (July, 1900) no. 1.

 

R-7a "Rialto Echoes." Caliban. New York Dramatic Mirror, vol. 42, (July 22, 1899) no. 1,074.

 

R-7b "The Ride Into the Desert." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. II, (Feb., 1908) no. 12. (Original and photocopy).

 

R-8 "Roaming in Thought." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 4, (Oct., 1903).

 

R-9 "Rodin's Balzac." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 34/35, (April-July, 1911).

 

R-10 "Rudolph Eickemeyer, Jr." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Times, vol. 32, (April, 1900) no. 4.

 

R-11 "Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr. An Appreciation." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. XV, (Sept., 1905) no. 3.

 

S-1 "The St. Louis World's Fair Photographer's Impressions." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. XXXVI, (Nov., 1904) no. 11.

 

S-2 "The Salon Club and the First American Photographic Salon at New York." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Amateur Photographer, vol. 16, (July, 1904) no. 7. (Two copies).

 

S-2a "Searchlight Vista." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 3, (May, 1908) no. 3. (Original and photocopy).

 

S-3 "Sherril Schull, Portrait Pictorialist." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. XXVIII, (April, 1912) no. 4.

 

S-3a "Shooting in Japan." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Outing, vol. 21, (March, 1893).

 

S-3b "Should an Artist Be National or Cosmopolitan?" Sadakichi Hartmann. Greenwich Village, vol. 2, (June 23, 1915) no. 1.

 

S-4 "The Silhouette Idea in Landscape Photography." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XLVII, (April, 1915) no. 4.

 

S-5 "Simple Separate Persons." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 50, (Jan., 1913) no. 673.

 

S-5a "The Solitary Horseman." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 7, (July, 1904).

 

S-5b "Some New Haikai." Sadakichi Hartmann. Greenwich Village, vol. 2, (July 15, 1915) no. 2.

 

S-6 "Some New Ideas in Picture Frames." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 45, (Oct., 1913) no. 10.

 

S-7 "Some New Ideas in Portrait Photography: A Visit to the Studio of Howard A. Beach." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 48, (1911).

 

S-8 "Some Problems in Home Portraiture." Sidney Allan. The Photo-Miniature, vol. XII, (Sept., 1915) no. 141.

 

S-9 "Some Whistler Etchings." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 16, (June, 1912) no. 6.

 

S-10 "Standing Positions." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. 57, (April, 1920) no. 4.

 

S-11 "Story-Telling Photography." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XL, (April, 1908) no. 4. (On H.B. Conyer's work).

 

S-12 "Structural Units." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 36, (Oct., 1911). (Original and photocopy).

 

S-13 "Studio Bonaventura, Rome, Italy." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Journal of America, vol. LII, (Sept., 1915) no. 9.

 

S-13a "Studio Talk." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 27. (Linder).

 

S-13b "Studio Talk." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 29, (1907). (Aman-Jean).

 

S-13c "Studio Talk." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 29, (1907). (Childe Hassam).

 

S-13d "Studio Talk." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 29, (1907). (Charles Austin Needham).

 

S-13e "Studio Talk." Sadakichi Hartmann. International Studio, vol. 30, (1908). (W.D. Paddock, P. Dougherty, R. Henri).

 

S-14 "Studios of Sweet--An Appreciation." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 19, (Aug., 1915) no. 8.

 

S-15 "Subject and Treatment." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. 5, (Jan., 1902) no. 3.

 

S-16 "A Summer Reverie in the Woods." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. XXXIV, (Oct., 1902) no. 10.

 

S-17 "The Swinging Lantern." Sadakichi Hartmann. Altruria.

 

T-1 "Tacahpua." Sadakichi Hartmann. Altruria.

 

T-1a "Talks on Composition I: Training the Pictorial Scene." Sidney Allan. Kodakery, vol. II, (April, 1915) no. 8. (Series runs from T-1a through T-12).

 

T-2 "II: Emphasizing the Point of General Interest." (May, 1915) no. 9.

 

T-3 "III: Controlling Shapes." (June, 1915) no. 10.

 

T-4 "IV: Reliable Formulae in Landscape Work." (July, 1915) no. 11.

 

T-5 "V: Avoid Unnecessary Detail." (Aug., 1915) no. 12.

 

T-6 "VI: How to Obtain a Decorative Effect." Vol. III, (Sept., 1915) no. 1.

 

T-7 "VII: Significance of Geometrical Shapes." (Oct., 1915) no. 2.

 

T-8 "VIII: Foreground, Distance and Middle Distance." (Nov., 1915) no. 3.

 

T-9 "IX: On the Division of Light and Dark Planes." (Dec., 1915) no. 4.

 

T-10 "X: The Pictorial Value of Shadows." (Jan., 1916) no. 5.

 

T-11 "XI: Place Your Figures in Space." (Feb., 1916) no. 6.

 

T-12 "XII: Have Your Values Correct." (March, 1916) no. 7.

 

T-13 "Talks on Composition: Some Individual Forms of Landscape Composition." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Camera, vol. 20, (June, 1916) no. 6. (This series runs from T-13 through T-24).

 

T-14 "Second Paper: Legitimate Imitation." (July, 1916) no. 7.

 

T-15 "Third Paper: Divided Points of Interest." (Aug., 1916) no. 8.

 

T-16 "Fourth Paper: The Repetition of Shapes." (Sept., 1916) no. 9.

 

T-17 "Fifth Paper: The Diagonal Foreground Line." (Oct., 1916) no. 10.

 

T-18 "Sixth Paper: Line Feeling in Figures." (Nov., 1916) no. 11.

 

T-19 "Seventh Paper: The Vanishing Point in Out-of-Door Work." (Dec., 1916) no. 12.

 

T-20 "Eighth Paper: The Picturesqueness of Odd Forms." Vol. 21, (Jan., 1917) no. 1.

 

T-21 "Ninth Paper: On Pattern Design." (Feb., 1917) no. 2.

 

T-22 "Tenth Paper: The Japanese Foreground Idea." (March, 1917) no. 3.

 

T-23 "Eleventh Paper: Color Values in Monochrome Representation." (April, 1917) no. 4.

 

T-24 "Twelfth Paper: The Pictorial Importance of Rhythm." (May, 1917) no. 5.

 

T-25 "The Technique of Mystery and Blurred Effects." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 7, (July, 1904).

 

T-25a "Terpsichore's Art Discussed." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. The Theatre Magazine, vol. 6, (June, 1890) no. 25.

 

T-26 "Texture in Photography." Sadakichi Hartmann. The American Annual of Photography and Photographic Times Almanac, vol. XIV, (1900). (Contains the missing Eugene portrait of Hartmann).

 

T-26a "That Toulouse-Lautrec Print!" Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 29, (Jan., 1910).

 

T-26b "Theatre Libre of Paris." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Boston Evening Transcript, vol. 63, (Nov. 26, 1892) no. 19,055.

 

T-26c "To Walt Whitman." C. Sadakitshe Hartmann.

 

T-27 "The Towles Studio." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 45, (Nov., 1908).

 

T-28 "Twenty-five Years of Photographic Activity." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (Jan., 1909).

 

T-29 "Twilight Hours (poems)." Sadakichi Hartmann. Free Press (Tujunga), (1931).

 

T-30 "Two Hours with Coppée." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Boston Evening Transcript, vol. 63, (Nov. 19, 1892) no. 19, 050.

 

U-1 "The Unconventional in Portrait Photography." Sidney Allan. Photo-Era, vol. XIII, (Aug., 1904) no. 2.

 

U-2 "Unphotographic Paint: The Texture of Impressionism." _____. Camera Work, no. 28, (Oct., 1909).

 

U-3 "Unexpected Charity (Stories from My Own Life)." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 1, (Nov., 1909) no. 9.

 

V-1 "The Value of Apparently Meaningless and Inaccurate." Sidney Allan. Camera Work, no. 3, (July, 1903).

 

V-2 "Visions of the Nude." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 31, (July, 1910).

 

V-3 "A Visit to the Chicago Art Institute." Sadakichi Hartmann. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 48, (1911).

 

V-3a "A Visit to Lesseps." C. Sadakichi Hartmann. Boston Evening Transcript, vol. 63, (Jan. 14, 1893) no. 19,096. (Ferdinand de Lesseps, builder of the Suez Canal).

 

V-4 "A Visit to John Burroughs." Sadakichi Hartmann. The Century Magazine, vol. 101 (n.s. 79), (March, 1921) no. 5.

 

V-4a "A Visit to John Burroughs." Sadakichi Hartmann. Modern Essays and Stories, (1922). Reprint of above article.

 

V-5 "Voltairine de Cleyre." Sadakichi Hartmann. Mother Earth, vol. 10, (April, 1915) no. 2. (American anarchist).

 

V-6 "Von den New Yorker Theatern." Sadakichi Hartmann. Buhne und Welt.

 

W-1 "A Walk Through the Exhibition of the Photographic Section of the American Institute." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Notes, vol. II, (Jan., 1899) no. 3. (Two copies).

 

W-2 "Walter Zimmerman's Travel Pictures." Sadakichi Hartmann. American Amateur Photographer, vol. 15, (Sept., 1905) no. 9.

 

W-2a "The Well-Made Print--Steffens." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 43, (Nov., 1906).

 

W-3 "What is a Camera Club?" Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 16, (March, 1912) no. 3.

 

W-4 "What 'Grandpa' Has to Say." Grandpa. The Camera, vol. VIII, (Sept., 1904) no. 9.

 

W-5 "What is the Commercial Value of Pictorial Prints?" Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times Bulletin, vol. 36, (Dec., 1904) no. 12.

 

W-6 "What is the Matter with Eisenstein?" Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. IX, (Dec., 1930) no. 108.

 

W-7 "What Photographers May Learn from the Old and the New Masters: Paper I, On the Choice of Subjects." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XLII, (Sept., 1910) no. 9.

 

W-8 "What Photographers May Learn from the Old and the New Masters: Paper II, On Interiors." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XLII, (Oct., 1910) no. 10.

 

W-9 "What Photographers May Learn from the Old and the New Masters: Paper IV, On Drapery." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. XLII, (Dec., 1910) no. 12.

 

W-10 "What Remains." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 33, (Jan., 1911).

 

W-11 "What the Editors Are Saying of 'Composition in Portraiture.' " Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. 46, (1909).

 

W-12 "Where Are the Gestures of Yesterday?" Sadakichi Hartmann. The Curtain, vol. IX, (Jan., 1930) no. 97. (Original and photocopy).

 

W-12a "White Chrysanthemums." Sadakichi Hartmann. Camera Work, no. 5, (Jan., 1904).

 

W-13 "Why Was Rembrandt?" Sidney Allan. American Annual of Photography, vol. XXX, (1916).

 

W-14 "Wilkes-Barre Camera Club Exhibition." Sidney Allan. The Camera, vol. 19, (May, 1915) no. 5.

 

W-15 "A Winter Ramble." Sadakichi Hartmann. Harper's Monthly Magazine, vol. CIII, (Nov., 1901) no. DCXVIII.

 

Y-1 "Yellow Leaves." Sadakichi Hartmann. Reedy's Mirror, vol. 22, (Nov. 21, 1913) no. 39.

 

Y-2 "The Younger Generation." Sidney Allan. Wilson's Photographic Magazine, vol. LI, (Aug., 1914) no. 8.

 

Additional articles

Box 21

"Landscape and Figure Composition." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 41, (1909), and vol. 42, (1910). (Series runs from L-33 through L-44).

 

L-33 "Chapter I." Vol. 41, (May, 1909) no. 5, p. 164-171.

 

L-34 "Chapter II." Vol. 41, (June, 1909) no. 6, p. 203-208.

 

L-35 "Chapter III." Vol. 41, (July, 1909) no. 7, p. 253-262.

 

L-36 "Chapter IV." Vol. 41, (Aug., 1909) no. 8, p. 285-296.

 

L-37 "Chapter V." Vol. 41, (Sept., 1909) no. 9, p. 332-339.

 

L-38 "Chapter VI." Vol. 41, (Oct., 1909) no. 10, p. 371-377.

 

L-39 "Chapter VII." Vol. 41, (Nov., 1909) no. 11, p. 412-420.

 

L-40 "Chapter VIII." Vol. 41, (Dec., 1909) no. 12, p. 462-470.

 

L-41 "Chapter IX." Vol. 42, (Jan., 1910) no. 1, p. 22-31.

 

L-42 "Chapter X." Vol. 42, (Feb., 1910) no. 2, p. 49-57.

 

L-43 "Chapter XI." Vol. 42, (Mar., 1910) no. 3, p. 97-104.

 

L-44 "Chapter XII." Vol. 42, (April, 1910) no. 4, p. 137-145.

 

M-1c "The Man Behind the Gun--J. C. Strauss." Sadakichi Hartmann. (n.p., n.d.)

 

M-68 "Methods of Character Interpretation. Paper I: By Straightforward Realism." Bulletin of Photography, vol. 15, (Oct. 21, 1914), p. 518-519.

 

P-43 "A Photographer of Japan -- Arnold Genthe." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 42, (Dec., 1910) no. 12, p. 458-464.

 

W-16 "What Photographers May Learn from the Old and the New Masters: Paper III: On the Nude." Sidney Allan. The Photographic Times, vol. 42, (Nov., 1910) no. 11, p. 420-426.

 

Scrapbooks

 

Hartmann's German Scrapbook (from Oscar Klausner)

Box 22

Nov. 18, 1898 to Dec. 30, 1900 (cf. listing with scrapbook for contents).

 

File with loose pages from Scrapbook

Note

(found in floorboards of Linto house. Basically concerned with acquaintances of Sadakichi Hartmann and obituaries)
Box 22

No date: "Zum Tode Paul Verlaine's"

 

"Sichtbarkeit der Farben auf grössere Entfernungen"

 

"Mary Ellen Eastside"

 

Arnold Schroeder in Auto Accident"

 

1935, April 18: "Lifelike Color Film for Pocket Cameras"

 

No date: "America's Native Music"

 

"Mrs. Surratt an Innocent Victim"

 

"Angel Dancers Done with Tramps"

 

"Inside a Sixty-four-day Limit"

 

"La Pierreuse"

 

"Queen of Zanzibar" by Francis S. Saltus

 

"Dublin" by Bart Kennedy

 

"Great Theatre City"

 

"Fanatic Dunlap Was Buried Secretly"

 

"Tones in Color"

 

"Dentist's Riches Do Good in a Queer Way"

 

"Vampire" (poem)

 

"Langtry's Fame Recalled"

 

"Trial Pacts by Villagers Not Unusual"

 

"Der Fall Kuhnert"

 

--magic trick--

 

1932, Dec. 29: "Sleeping with Window Open Dealt Blow"

 

No date: "Nine Times More Wavelengths Given Radio"

 

"J.C. Strauss, Photographer, Dies Aged 67"

 

"Remarkable Escape from Death"

 

"Pennsylvania Annual"

 

1914, July 17: "Gustav Cramer Dies After Operation"

 

1911, April 21: "...Is Shot by Playmate"

 

1914, July 15: "William B. Potter Dies at Age of 67"

 

No date: "Between the Atoms of Time"

 

"Noted Sculptor Saved from Pauper's Grave"

 

"All Food Stuff Now Are Adulterated"

 

"Wilde's Forbidden Play"

 

"The Killer of Swans"

 

"A Tough Girl Who Is Really Tough"

 

"To One Departed" (poem) by Anna H. Branch

 

"Einladung zur Jagd" (poem) by Paul Heyse

 

"The Secret of Ancient Music"

 

"Haunted by a Voice"

 

1934, Jan. 6: --flood in L.A. Times--

 

1934, Jan. 7: "County Flood-Control"

 

1902, March 23: "John McGurk's 'Suicide Hall' Gone from the Bowery" in New York Herald

 

No date: "Modern French and German Opera" by Arthur Elson in The Etude

 

1906, June 26: "Harry Thaw Shoots and Kills Stanford White in Madison Square Roof Garden"

 

1942, Nov. 16: "Hobo Feast Asked in Reitman's Will"

 

1933, Sept. 21: "Widow Fails to Aid Jury in Probe of Dodson Death"

 

No date: "Dr. Bruguiere, Record Says, Has 4th Wife"

 

"Hunting Wild Bees"

 

"Edgar Allan Poe Memorial"

 

1939, Nov. 1: "John H. Garo, Artist, Is Dead"

 

No date: "Suicide of Count Zubof"

 

1908, July, 19: "E.C. Stedman, Banker Poet, Dies Suddenly"

 

No date: "Death Stays the Hand of Daniel C. French, Aged and Noted American Sculptor"

 

"Julius Grunzig" (obituary)

 

"A Life in Prison for a Woman's Love"

 

"The Costliest Metal"

 

"Loaded Pistol for Husband"

 

"Society Girl Lost Her Mind"

 

"Wandering House Vainly Seeks a Resting Place"

 

1922, Jan. 11: "Funeral Today for Dr. L.M. M'Cormick"

 

No date: "Noted Author of India is S.F. Visitor"

 

1915, March 24: "Morgan Robertson Dead"

 

1921, Feb. 9: "Frau Berta Mener" (obituary)

 

1921, Feb. 9: "J.G. Huneker, Critic, Is Dead"

 

1922, July 8: "Death of Reedy"

 

1941, March 11: "Mother of Artist Killed in France Petitions to Administer Estate"

 

No date: "Hanlon Brothers to See 'Erminie' "

 

1924, Oct.: "Moore Picture Actors' Mother Called by Death"

 

No date: "Nearly Married His Own Daughter"

 

"Art Notes"

 

1925, Jan.: "Fix Cause of Death of Dr. Rahtjen"

 

No date: "The French Academy" by Pierre de Lanux

 

1912, April 1: "Two Artists Victims of Asphyxiation"

 

No date: "Isadora Duncan, Dancer, Killed"

 

"The Human Bats of Discord, Theme of Montesquiou"

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

1904: "Park Godwin Dies, Aged 88"

 

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

 

"Wrote to Actress, Lands in a Cell"

 

"Die letzten Buren" (poem)

 

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

 

"Queer Hotels"

 

"Ein neues Leben Jesu"

 

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

 

No date: "Citizen Train"

 

"Young Girl Struck by Lightning in the Street"

 

"Daughter of the Late Julian Ralph, Weds"

 

"Historic Greenwich Village Homes"

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

1944, July 15: "Judge Ponders Jap Plea"

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

"Gedichte" by Theodor Sufe

 

"Diana (Duffe-Cooper) in Life Fight"

 

"What to Wear"

 

"Sonia Made 'Atmosphere' as She Sold Cigarettes"

 

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

 

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

 

No date: "The Value of a Hypodermic Case"

 

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

 

No date: (poem) by Wells Hawks

 

"Cavalier Accepts 'Bob,' Says Friend"

 

"Richmond Home of the Lost Lenore"

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

"Schomer (Shaikewitz) Hebrew Novelist, Is Dead"

 

"Miss Sage is Given Degree by Syracuse"

 

"A Chinese Dinner in New York" by Julian Jerrold

 

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

 

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

 

"Sculptor Perry Sticks to Jail"

 

"167 Vegetables at Society Dinner"

 

--shape of women--

 

"Poe Centenary Celebrations"

 

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

 

"The Great Profile," Newsweek obituary of John Barrymore

 

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

 

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

 

No date: "Citizenship Won by Alien Over Protest"

 

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

 

No date: "Ida Kruse McFarlane"

 

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

 

No date: "Susan Eakins Dies"

 

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

 

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

 

No date: "Lowengard, Duvcen Head, Dies"

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

"Yamanaka Re-Opened"

 

"Lanthrop Drowns"

 

"Horatio Walker"

 

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

 

(Scrapbook: Revelations: Tome I

Box 23

1893 to 1911

 

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

Box 24

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

 

"Red" Scrapbook (Webster's Dictionary)

Box 24

1916-1938

 

Announcements of lectures and reports of Sadakichi Hartmann's activities

 

Skrip-Skrap (collected by Claude W. Ballard)

Box 25

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

 

Oversized

 

Photocopy of pages from scrapbooks

 

Hartmann Art Essays in Aileen Pringle's scrapbook

 

Photocopy of "Red" Scrapbook

 

Photocopy of Atma Gilliland's scrapbook

 

Biographical Materials

 

Miscellaneous Family Correspondence

Box 26

Astor Hartmann.

 

1 letter from Astor (?).

 

1 typed leaf and 3 photostats of poems by Astor.

 

11 letter from U.S. Army.

 

1 post card change of address from Astor.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Robert Hartmann.

 

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

 

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

Scope and Content Note

About Wistaria's suit against Fowler.
 

Wistaria Linton

 

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

 

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

 

Atma to Harry Lawton.

 

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

 

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

 

Letters to Wistaria.

 

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

Scope and Content Note

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

1 APC from Matt Moore, July 29, 1954.

 

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

Scope and Content Note

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

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

 

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

Scope and Content Note

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

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

 

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

 

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

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

About Sadakichi Hartmann's death.
 

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

Physical Description: 5 p.

Scope and Content Note

About family.
 

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

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

About settlement with Gene Fowler.
 

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

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

Family matters.
 

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

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

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

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

 

Arthur M. Hartmann.

 

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

 

Oscar T. Hartmann.

 

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

Scope and Content Note

To Wistaria?
 

Tansy Hartmann.

 

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

Physical Description: 4 p.

Scope and Content Note

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

George Knox to Dorothea Gilliland.

 

Aug. 11, 1969. Riverside, Ca.

Physical Description: 2 p. (2 copies).
 

Miscellaneous family items.

 

Letters, notes, newspaper clippings.

 

Sadakichi Hartmannn: Early Life to 1900

Box 27

Staatsarchiv Hamburg.

Physical Description: 1 roll microfilm of Hartmann family records.
 

Sadakichi Hartmann miscellaneous holographs

Physical Description: (2 items).
 

General autobiographical items, typewritten and autograph.

 

Folder of transcriptions of microfilm from Staatsarchiv Hamburg with translation.

 

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

 

Biographical chronology.

 

Biographies from reference books.

 

1882-86 Photocopies of pages from Philadelphia City Directory.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

1894-95 Photocopies of pages from Boston City Directory.

 

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

 

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

 

Sadakichi Hartmann: Mid-Life, 1900-1930

Box 28

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

 

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

 

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

 

1911 Will and testament,

Physical Description: 1 typed leaf.
 

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

Physical Description: 1 leaf.
 

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

 

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

 

1917 3 cards and 1 photocopy of lecture announcements.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Sadakichi Hartmann: Late Life, 1930-1944

Box 29

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

 

San Jacinto Mountain (Sadakichi Hartmann drawing).

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Announcement of Sadakichi Hartmann's 63rd birthday.

 

1934 Announcement of party, Hollywood, Ca.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

AN quoting Ezra Pound on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

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

 

Flyer for Great Art Derby Nov., 1938.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

1944 Announcement of Sadakichi Hartmann's 75th birthday.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Background Material

Note

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

Articles

Box 30

Conversations with Walt Whitman (with notes by unknown).

 

Boston Period:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Sadie Martinot:

 

Who's Who on the Stage, 1908.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

New York Times, (May 10, 1923).

 

1890's:

 

Several photocopies of The Lark.

 

Review of "Buddha".

 

Roycroft Period:

 

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

 

"Nemesis." Michael Monahan, 1926.

 

Photographers:

 

"The Boy in the Dark Room."

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Once Upon a City, 1958.

 

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

 

"Albert Groll's Work in Landscape."

 

New York Period:

 

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

 

Manhatten Kaleidoscope. Frank Weittenkampf, 1947.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

San Francisco Period:

 

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

 

Hollywood Period:

 

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

 

Thief of Bagdad notices.

 

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

 

Hollywood film programs.

 

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

 

General Background Materials:

 

Hearn on Japanese Poetry (typed transcripts).

 

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

 

The Rest of My Life. Carolyn Wells, 1937.

 

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

 

Background: Art

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

James Gibbons Huneker. Arnold T. Schwab, 1963.

 

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

 

Background: Dance

 

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

 

Mallarmé:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Copies from The Chapbook on French Literature and Symbolism.

 

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

 

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

 

Edgar Saltus on Sadakichi Hartmann:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Rebel in Paradise. Richard Drinnon, 1961.

 

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

 

Oscar Klausner:

 

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

 

Article on Sadakichi Hartmann by Oscar Klausner.

 

C. Verne Klintworth letter to Lawton.

 

Christel Gang letters regarding Sadakichi Hartmann

 

J. Paget-Fredericks.

 

Adela Rogers St. John:

 

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

 

John S. Coppin:

 

Letter to Knox.

 

Guy Bogart:

 

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

 

John Sloan:

 

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

 

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

 

Articles on Sadakichi Hartmannn

Box 31

Artists on Sadakichi Hartmann:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Living My Life. Emma Goldman, 1931.

 

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

 

Between Sittings. Joe Davidson, 1951.

 

Thomas Moran: Artist of the Mountains. Thurman Wilkins.

 

Sculpture in America. Wayne Craven, 1968.

 

The Roving Critic. Carl van Doren, 1923.

 

Danton's Inferno. Danton Walker, 1955.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Note by Ezra Pound.

 

Canto LXXX. Ezra Pound.

 

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

 

Tales of San Francisco. Samuel Dickson, 1949.

 

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

 

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

 

Fragments from Greenwich Village.

 

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

 

Miscellaneous Poems by (?).

 

Musical Courier articles about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

Soissons.

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

A Parisian in America. Boston, 1896.

 

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

 

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

 

George Lesoir articles in The Theater Magazine:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Articles from The Theatre:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Short items on contemporary theatrical events by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Anne Throop:

 

"The On-Looker."

 

"Out of the Wonderful East."

 

"A Pastel Artist."

 

"Wind-harp."

 

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

 

Art catalogues:

 

List of "Names for Sadakichi Project."

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Dates for Autobiography.

 

Articles attributed to Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Addresses of people who knew of or about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Reviews copied from Sadakichi Hartmann's scrapbook with translations:

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

"Sadakichi Hartmann." Otto Coubron.

 

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

 

"Amerikanische Literature." Die Gesellschaft Munchen.

 

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

 

Book announcements.

 

Delsarte materials:

 

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

 

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

 

"The Genteel Transition American Delsartism."

 

Letters to Lawton re: Willie Boy and Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Supplementary Material

Box 32

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

 

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

 

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

 

Sadakichi Hartmann periodical article listing at Free Library of Philadelphia.

 

Lecture announcements.

 

Corrections for Buddha, Confucius, Christ.

 

References to articles by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Empty envelopes.

Box 33

Ray Brossard (see also oversized Box 37).

 

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

 

Letters from Thomas Barrow to George Knox.

 

Outline for Lawton's Sadakichi Hartmann series.

 

Bibliography of Sadakichi Hartmann articles on photography.

 

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

 

Interviews re.: Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

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

 

Interview with Mrs. George Lardner.

 

Manuscripts and library papers list.

 

Articles on Sadakichi Hartmann (see oversized Box 37).

 

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

 

Newspaper clippings.

 

Catclaw Siding (plans, etc.).

 

Miscellaneous Sadakichi Hartmann material.

 

Research items.

 

Various bills of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Cancelled checks and stubs.

 

Various receipts and bills.

Box 34

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

 

List of pastels by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Art work, Sadakichi Hartmann's and others.

 

List of artists who recorded Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sadakichi Hartmann by Brossard (see oversized Box 37).

 

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

 

Wiboldt drawing of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Sadakichi Hartmann by Brossard.

 

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

 

Gene Fowler:

 

The Young Man from Denver. Will Fowler, 1962.

 

Letter from Fowler to Elizabeth Blanche Walsh.

 

Reviews of Minutes of the Last Meeting.

 

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

 

Wistaria's complaint against Fowler.

 

"Sadakichi March." Music by Josef Reiter.

 

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

 

Advertisements for Sadakichi Hartmann's books.

 

Review of White Chrysanthemums.

 

Review of The Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Copyright forms for Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Publications/announcements for lectures and readings, etc.

 

UCR Exhibit, 1970.

 

UCR Exhibit, 1958.

 

Catalogue galley proofs, UCR Exhibit, 1970.

 

"Hartmann Newsletter" mailing list.

 

UCLA Exhibit, 1959.

 

Walt Whitman Society (see oversized Box 37).

 

Lock of Sadakichi Hartmann's hair.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann priced bibliography.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann bookplate by L. Bonham.

 

Research material (on 3 × 5 cards).

 

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

 

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

 

Artwork:

 

Ten sketches of/by Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Background articles on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

N.Y. train schedule, 1940.

Box 35

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings.

 

Greenwich Village. Ed.: Guido Bruno, 1915.

 

Bruno's Weekly, several mentions of Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

Hartmann-Eickemeyer TMsCC by Roger Hull.

 

Miscellaneous articles on Sadakichi Hartmann

 

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

 

Articles on photography by various authors.

 

Obituaries of photographers.

 

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

 

Photo-Secession. Robert Doty, 1960.

 

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

 

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

 

Copyright form for Christ (photocopy).

 

Lists, including "Pictures disposed of."

Box 36

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

 

Article on Gene Fowler.

 

Article on Wistaria's suit against Fowler.

 

Articles about Sadakichi Hartmann

 

Article about Enemy Alien Control.

 

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

 

Index of names for the Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Newspaper advertisement for exhibit catalogue.

 

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

 

Correspondence re.: Valiant Knights of Daguerre.

 

Literary contracts of Knox and Lawton.

 

Miscellaneous articles.

 

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

 

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

 

Letterhead paper for Sadakichi Hartmann Newsletter.

 

Newsletter materials.

 

Japanese art materials and literature.

 

Research notebook.

 

Savings account booklets.

 

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

 

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

 

Miscellaneous papers.

 

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

 

Poems by Elizabeth Blanche Walsh.

Box 37

Oversized material previously listed.

 

Photographs

 

Sadakichi Hartmann photographs. circa 1889-1940.

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 1

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 39a

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

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

(19) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Paul Fournier.

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 2

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

Box 38, Folder 3

(24) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait. circa 1915 .

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

(29) Sadakichi Hartmann snapshot (signed).

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

(31) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Bessie Buehrman.

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 3

(41) Sadakichi Hartmann and John Burroughs. 1920 .

Box 38, Folder 3

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 39a

(45) The Court Magician by C. Warrington.

Box 38, Folder 4

(46) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Klintworth.

Box 38, Folder 4

(47) Sadakichi Hartmann looking toward sky. 1926 .

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

(50) Sadakichi Hartmann profile by Matt Moore.

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

(52) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Klintworth. 1922 .

Box 38, Folder 4

(53) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait; signed. 1929 .

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

(55) Sadakichi Hartmann profile, looking down.

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 4

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

(70) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

Box 38, Folder 5

(71) Sadakichi Hartmann with Cliff Wesselman.

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 38, Folder 5

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

Box 39a

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(80) Sadakichi Hartmann by Alfred Fabris.

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(84) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait by Alfred Fabris.

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(89) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandson Sargents Court pictures.

Box 38, Folder 6

(90) Sadakichi Hartmann in truck. circa 1937 .

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(94) Raymond Brossard.

Box 38, Folder 6

(95) Sadakichi Hartmann at Sargents Court.

Box 38, Folder 6

(96) Sargents Court.

Box 38, Folder 6

(97) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait circa 1935 .

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(101) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait. circa 1930 .

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(104) Sadakichi Hartmann next to trench.

Box 38, Folder 6

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

Box 38, Folder 6

(106) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting by Wistaria Hartmann Linton.

Box 38, Folder 6

(107) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

 

Sadakichi Hartmann photographs. circa 1940-1944.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(111) Sadakichi Hartmann seated on rocks.

Box 39, Folder 1

(112) Sadakichi Hartmann with three grandchildren.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(115) Sadakichi Hartmann sitting on rock.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39a

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(123) Completed shack.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(127) Sadakichi Hartmann looking at flowers.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(129) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack. 1941 .

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39a

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(132) Sadakichi Hartmann exiting shack by Wistaria.

Box 39, Folder 1

(133) Sadakichi Hartmann exiting shack.

Box 39, Folder 1

(134) Shack before completion.

Box 39, Folder 1

(135) Shack before completion.

Box 39, Folder 1

(136) Fence posts, road, and mountains.

Box 39, Folder 1

(137) Fence posts.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(140) Shack under construction. 1938.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

 

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(143) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

Box 39, Folder 1

(144) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

Box 39, Folder 1

(145) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack.

Box 39, Folder 1

(146) Sadakichi Hartmann's shack under construction.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(148) Sadakichi Hartmann with grandchildren.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(151) Sadakichi Hartmann and Wesselman playing chess.

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

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

Box 39, Folder 1

(154) Sadakichi Hartmann with mountains in background.

Box 39, Folder 1

(155) Sadakichi Hartmann with mountains in background.

Box 39, Folder 2

(156) Sadakichi Hartmann with hands on hips.

Box 39, Folder 2

(157) Sadakichi Hartmann with hands on hips.

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

(161) Sadakichi Hartmann portrait.

Box 39, Folder 2

(162) Sadakichi Hartmann with John Barrymore as Hamlet.

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

(164) Sadakichi Hartmann with John Barrymore as Hamlet.

Box 39a

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

 

Sadakichi Hartmann's family.

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

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

Box 39, Folder 2

(169) Sadakichi Hartmann's grandmother.

Box 39, Folder 2

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