Edward and Josephine Hopper Research Collection

Summary Information

Repository
Whitney Museum of American Art, Frances Mulhall Achilles Library
Title
Edward and Josephine Hopper Research Collection
ID
WMAA.Archives.003
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1930-1995
Date [inclusive]
1894-2007
Extent
80.0 Linear feet
Language

Preferred Citation note

1. The preferred citation for material from this collection is: Description of item (with date), Whitney Museum of American Art Archives, Edward and Josephine Hopper Research Collection, series, folder title.

2. Only published materials may be directly quoted. Any materials a researcher wishes to publish must be approved by the Whitney Museum.

3. The Whitney Museum does not own the copyright to all materials and it is the researcher's responsibility to obtain accurate citation information.

4. Requests to reproduce photographs should be directed to the Museum's Rights and Reproductions department.

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Scope and Contents note

The material in The Edward Hopper Research Collection documents the long relationship between Edward Hopper (1882-1967) and the Whitney Museum of American Art. It includes voluminous documentation of the artist’s life and work compiled by Whitney curators in the course of preparing exhibitions of Hopper’s work and the Hopper Catalogue Raisonné, as well as correspondence with Hopper and his wife Josephine, and with collectors of Hopper work.

Series 1, Collector files, documents the ownership and provenance of Hopper's works. Please note that these files were compiled for the Catalogue Raisonné and may contain information that is no longer current. Also note that this information is heavily restricted; only public owners' files are accessible.

Most of the material in Series 2 and 3 was gathered for the Catalogue Raisonné project, which began in the mid- to late-1970s and was completed upon publication in 1995. Series 2 consists of extensive clipping files covering Edward Hopper's life, his artwork, and exhibitions. Series 3 holds lists and collections of photographs of Hopper’s work.

The biographical and personal papers in Series 4 include some original Hopper correspondence, as well as a compendium of photocopies of letters from other archives. Also included in this series are a chronology of Hopper’s life, photographs of the artist, his wife, and various family members; photographs of life documents such as birth certificates; unpublished interviews; and notes made by Whitney curator Lloyd Goodrich about conversations with he had Hopper.

Series 5 consists of material relating to Edward Hopper’s wife, Josephine Nivison Hopper, who acted as his agent and business manager. Included here is correspondence, both original and photocopied from other collections; photographs of her work; and miscellaneous notes.

The administrative material in Series 6 is largely restricted, and includes files about the bequest of Hopper works and files relating to their management.

The Exhibition files in Series 7 relate to all the exhibitions on Hopper held at or organized by the Whitney Museum. This material is complemented by the corresponding Curatorial files (Series 8), and researchers are urged to see both. Like the Curatorial files, these also belong to the Museum’s institutional archives.

Series 8, Curatorial Files, consist of files relating to Hopper that were created by various curators at the Whitney Museum. Lloyd Goodrich was not only in charge of the Hopper collection during much of his tenure at the Museum (1930-1974), but was also a good friend of the Hoppers. Gail Levin took over as curator of the Hopper Collection (serving in this capacity from 1977-1984) and began work on the Catalogue Raisonné during her tenure at the Museum. Deborah Lyons worked with Levin, and continued the Hopper work after Levin left the Museum.

The material in Series 9 relates to Hopper prints, including photographs, cataloging information, collector information and a folder of photographs of Hopper collages, which are primarily Christmas cards.

The final Series includes miscellaneous material relating to projects not having to do with the Whitney Museum for which Hopper and/or his work were the subject.

See Series List and Series Descriptions, below, for more detailed description. See Appendices for Folder Lists. Restrictions Some material in this collection concerns private collectors and is therefore inaccessible to the public. See series descriptions for more details.

Conditions for use 1. Upon arrival, all researchers must complete a user form and provide photo ID. Researchers are requested to notify a staff member before leaving. 2. All bags must be checked. 3. Researchers may use pencil only. No pens or markers are allowed. Pencils will be provided to those who have none. 4. Researchers may use notebooks and laptops, but no folders, notebooks with pockets, or envelopes are allowed. 5. Eating, drinking, smoking, cell phones and personal stereos are prohibited. 6. To preserve the library as a quiet study area, please turn all cell phones off or set to vibrate.

Handling materials 1. Researchers may only view one folder at a time. Please note the folders you would like to see and they will be pulled for you.

2. Researchers must wear white gloves when handling photographs and any of the original correspondence and ephemera.

Photocopying policy 1. Photocopying of select materials is allowed, including published material, photocopies of published material, and photographs. 2. Researchers may not make their own copies. Material to be photocopied should not be removed from the folders. Please mark materials with the tabs provided. The archivist will make all copies. 3. Photocopies cost $0.50 per sheet. 4. Please select items carefully--large requests will not be accommodated. 5. Photocopies will be completed within a few days, at which time researchers will be notified. Researchers may either pick up the copies or request to receive them by mail. Shipping and handling costs will be added to the cost of the copies. 6. Library staff reserves the right to restrict the photocopying of any materials.

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Arrangement note

The collection is organized into 10 series; see series descriptions for arrangement within each series:

1. Collector files

2. Clippings and printed matter

3. Photographs and lists

4. Biographical and personal papers

5. Josephine N. Hopper papers

6. Administrative files

7. Exhibition files

8. Curatorial files

9. Prints

10. Related projects

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Whitney Museum of American Art, Frances Mulhall Achilles Library

Conditions Governing Use note

Restrictions Some material in this collection concerns private collectors and is therefore inaccessible to the public. See series descriptions for more details.

Conditions for use 1. Upon arrival, all researchers must complete a user form and provide photo ID. Researchers are requested to notify a staff member before leaving. 2. All bags must be checked. 3. Researchers may use pencil only. No pens or markers are allowed. Pencils will be provided to those who have none. 4. Researchers may use notebooks and laptops, but no folders, notebooks with pockets, or envelopes are allowed. 5. Eating, drinking, smoking, cell phones and personal stereos are prohibited. 6. To preserve the library as a quiet study area, please turn all cell phones off or set to vibrate.

Handling materials 1. Researchers may only view one folder at a time. Please note the folders you would like to see and they will be pulled for you. 2. Researchers must wear white gloves when handling photographs and any of the original correspondence and ephemera.

Photocopying policy 1. Photocopying of select materials is allowed, including published material, photocopies of published material, and photographs. 2. Researchers may not make their own copies. Material to be photocopied should not be removed from the folders. Please mark materials with the tabs provided. The archivist will make all copies. 3. Photocopies cost $0.50 per sheet. 4. Please select items carefully--large requests will not be accommodated. 5. Photocopies will be completed within a few days, at which time researchers will be notified. Researchers may either pick up the copies or request to receive them by mail. Shipping and handling costs will be added to the cost of the copies. 6. Library staff reserves the right to restrict the photocopying of any materials.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Drawing, American--20th century
  • Landscape painting, American
  • Painting, American

Geographic Name(s)

  • New York (N.Y.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Hopper, Edward, 1882-1967
  • Hopper, Jo N. (Josephine Nivison), 1883-1968
  • Levin, Gail, 1948-
  • Lyons, Deborah, 1949-
  • Goodrich, Lloyd, 1897-1987

Subject(s)

  • Art patrons--United States--Correspondence
  • Art, American--20th century
  • Art, American--20th century--Correspondence
  • Art, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Drawing, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Etching, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Hopper, Edward, 1882-1967. Nighthawks
  • Landscape painting--20th century
  • New York (N.Y.)--In art--Exhibitions
  • New York (N.Y.)--Pictoral works
  • Notebooks--Exhibitions
  • Painting, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Painting, American--Exhibitions
  • Painting--Exhibitions
  • United States. Army--In art
  • United States. Army--Insignia
  • Watercolor painting, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Watercolor painting--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Women artists--United States--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Women in art--Exhibitions

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Collector Files 1971-1995  (Bulk, 1982-1995)   8.75 Linear feet

Arrangement note

Four subseries, arranged alphabetically by collector name within each group: 1.1 Private Collectors (Drawer 1-2) 1.2 Private Collectors, preliminary drawings (Drawer 2) 1.3 Gallery and Corporate Collections (Drawer 2) 1.4 Museum collections (Drawer 2-3)

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: Files for private collectors are restricted

Scope and Contents note

The correspondence and other documentation in this series relate to private collectors, galleries and museums holding work by Edward Hopper. Most of the material included here is the result of inquires made by the Museum’s Rights and Reproductions Department about ownership, provenance and rights for publication in connection with the Hopper catalogue raisonne. The private collector group includes extensive files for the large collections of Hopper art work held by the Hoppers’ friends, Arthayer Sanborn and the Schiffenhaus family, who received large gifts from the Hoppers. See also: Series 9: Prints.

Subseries 1.1 Private Collectors 



Drawers 1-3

 1.011 Blanchard, Elizabeth Cameron 1933-1954 

Related Archival Materials note

See Subseries 4.1.1

 1.092 Sanborn, Arthayer: Correspondence 1974-1998 

General note

See folder 1.277 for Sanborn Index

 1.093 Sanborn, Arthayer: Correspondence 1979-1981 

 1.094 Sanborn, Arthayer: Correspondence 1982-1994 

 1.095 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, caricatures, 1 of 2 

 1.096 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, caricatures, 2 of 2 

 1.097 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, at Kennedy Galleries, 1 of 3 

 1.098 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, at Kennedy Galleries, 2 of 3 

 1.099 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, at Kennedy Galleries, 3 of 3 

 1.100 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, drawings, 1 of 2 

 1.101 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, drawings, 2 of 2 

 1.102 Sanborn, Arthayer, Photocopies, drawings without photographs 

 1.103 Sanborn, Arthayer: Photographs, drawings, unidentified prints 

 1.104 Sanborn, Arthayer: Miscellaneous drawings, 1 of 3 

 1.105 Sanborn, Arthayer: Miscellaneous drawings, 2 of 3 

 1.106 Sanborn, Arthayer: Miscellaneous drawings, 3 of 3 

 1.107 Sanborn, Arthayer: Sanborn Collection exhibitions 

 1.112 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, miscellaneous 

 1.113 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 1-16 

 1.114 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 17-32 

 1.115 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 34-50 

 1.116 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos 51-66 

 1.117 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 67-77 

 1.118 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 78-90 

 1.119 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 91-103 

 1.120 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 103-121 

 1.121 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 122-134 

 1.122 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 135-146 

 1.123 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 147-162 

 1.124 Schiffenhaus, Catalogue Raisonne photos, 163-176 

 1.125 Schiffenhaus Collection, Miscellaneous 

 1.152 Unknown, sought through Christie's 1989-1994 

 1.153 Unknown, sought through Citibank 1989-1995 

 1.154 Unknown, sought through Hirschl and Adler 1981-1994 

General note

Folder 1 of 2

 1.155 Unknown, sought through Hirschl and Adler, 2 of 2 1981-1994 

 1.156 Unknown, sought through John Surovek Gallery 1984-1994 

 1.170 Unknown: General, 1 of 2 

Subseries 1.2 Private Collectors, preliminary drawings 



Drawers 1-3

 1.172 Capazzera, Frank, Esq. 

 1.173 A-G 1978-1983 

 1.174 H-M 1965-1988 

 1.175 N-W 1977-1983 

Subseries 1.3 Gallery and Corporate Collections 

 1.176 ACA Galleries 1988-1995 

 1.177 Berry Hill 1979-1994 

 1.178 Forbes 1983-1995 

 1.179 Foundation for Deep Ecology 1898-1995 

 1.180 Gulf States Paper Corporation 1974-1995 

 1.181 Hallmark 1988-1995 

 1.182 IBM 1977-1995 

 1.185 Kennedy Galleries 1980-1995 

 1.187 Sotheby's 1983-1994 

 1.188 Southwestern Bell 1983-1995 

 1.189 Spainerman Gallery 1987-1995 

Subseries 1.4 Museum Collections 



Drawers 1-3

 1.190 Ackland Art Museum 1988-1995 

 1.191 Addison Gallery of American Art 1979-1995 

 1.192 Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.193 Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1978-1995 

 1.194 Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery 1989-1995 

 1.195 Art Institute of Chicago 1978-1996 

 1.196 Arizona State University, Unversity Art Collections 1979-1995 

 1.197 Ball State University Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.198 Brevard Museum 1988-1995 

 1.199 Brooklyn Museum 1962-1995 

 1.200 Butler Institute of American Art 1977-1995 

 1.201 Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery 1982-1995 

 1.202 Carnegie Museum of Art 1977-1995 

 1.203 Charles and Emma Frye Art Museum 1988-1995 

 1.204 Chrysler Museum 1982-1995 

 1.205 Cincinnati Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.206 Cleveland Museum of Art 1977-1995 

 1.207 Columbus Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.208 Corcoran Gallery of Art 1977-1995 

 1.209 Currier Gallery of Art 1982-1995 

 1.210 Dallas Museum of Art 1977-1994 

 1.211 Dayton Art Institute 1980-1995 

 1.212 Delaware Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.213 Des Moines Art Center 1979-1995 

 1.214 Evansville Museum of Art and Science 1982-1995 

 1.215 Everson Museum of Art 1982-1989 

 1.216 Farnsworth Library and Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.217 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 1978-1995 

 1.218 Fitchburg Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.219 Fogg Art Museum 1979-1995 

 1.220 Fort Wayne Museum of Art 1982 

 1.221 High Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.222 Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 1979-1993 

 1.223 Hunter Museum of Art 1984-1995 

 1.224 Huntington Library and Gallery 1979-1995 

 1.225 Huntington Museum of Art, West Virginia 1982-1995 

 1.226 Indianapolis Museum of Art 1975-1995 

 1.227 Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Woman's College 1976-1995 

 1.228 Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum 1979-1995 

 1.229 Memphis Brooks Museum of Art 1989-1995 

 1.230 Metropolitan Museum 1977-1995 

 1.231 Montclair Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.232 Montgomery Museum of Art 1978-1995 

 1.233 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute 1988-1995 

 1.234 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1976-1995 

  1.235 Museum of Modern Art 1977-1995 

 1.236 Muskegon Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.237 National Gallery of Art 1982-1995 

 1.238 National Museum of American Art 1981-1995 

 1.239 National Portrait Gallery 1977-1982 

 1.240 Nelson Atkins Museum of Art 1978-1995 

 1.241 Neuberger Museum 1982-1995 

 1.242 New Britain Museum of American Art 1982-1995 

 1.243 New Jersey State Museum 1984-1995 

 1.244 Newark Museum 1982-1995 

 1.245 Norton Gallery and School 1978-1995 

 1.246 Parrish Art Museum 1979-1995 

 1.247 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1982-1995 

 1.248 Philadelphia Museum of Art 1978-1995 

 1.249 Phillips Collection 1978-1995 

 1.250 Portland Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.251 Princeton University Art Museum 1982-1985 

 1.252 John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art 1979-1995 

 1.253 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1982-1995 

 1.254 Santa Barbara Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.255 Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska 1979-1995 

 1.256 Sheldon Swope Art Museum 1977-1995 

 1.257 Smith College Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.258 St. Louis Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.259 Tacoma Art Museum 1983-1995 

 1.260 Terra Museum of American Art 1983-1995 

 1.261 Thyssen-Bornemisza, Lugano 1984-1996 

 1.262 Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid 1988-1995 

 1.263 Toledo Museum of Art 1978-1995 

 1.264 University of Arizona Museum of Art 1979-1995 

 1.265 University of North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery 1977-1979 

 1.266 University of Oklahoma, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art 1979-1995 

 1.267 University of Wyoming Art Museum 1983 

 1.268 Vassar College Art Gallery 1988-1995 

 1.269 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 1979-1995 

 1.270 Wadsworth Atheneum 1978-1995 

 1.271 Walker Art Center 1982-1995 

 1.272 Wichita Art Museum 1977-1995 

 1.273 William Benton Museum of Art 1983-1995 

 1.274 Williams College Museum of Art 1982-1995 

 1.275 Worcester Art Museum 1982-1995 

 1.276 Yale University Art Gallery 1972-1995 

 1.277 Sanborn, Arthayer: Index 

Related Archival Materials note

See folders 1.092-1.107

 1.278 Sotheby's sales records 1982-1994 

 1.279 Sotheby's sales records, up to 1981 

 1.280 Christie's sales records, compiled 1989 1989 

Series 2: Clippings and printed matter c. 1904-late 1980s   10.5 Linear feet

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: None

Arrangement note

12 subseries; see notes below for arrangement within each subseries:

2.1 Mentions of Hopper in books 2.2 Clippings referencing individual works of art 2.3 General clippings, chronological 2.4 Hopper commenting on his work 2.5 Published interviews and conversations 2.6 Published writings by Hopper 2.7 Hopper films 2.8 Gail Levin book reviews 2.9 Juries and contests 2.10 Press releases 2.11 Exhibition catalogs 2.12 Collections holding Hopper work

Scope and Contents note

This material, collected by WMAA curators, forms a bibliography in photocopies of printed materials on Edward Hopper and his work, amassed from journals, magazines, newspapers, books, and exhibition catalogues. These copies of clippings are arranged in several different ways:

2.1 Bibliography: mentions of Hopper in books Dating from 1923-1989 and arranged chronologically, this group includes photocopies from books and other sources in which Hopper is mentioned in any context. Also included are typed quotations about Hopper, with citations noted. Many of the earlier references included are from books surveying American art.

2.2 Clippings referencing individual works of art

2.3 The folders in this group are arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual Hopper artwork, and contain photocopies of mentions of that work in books, exhibition catalogues, journal articles, newspapers, etc. The original materials from which these photocopies were made date approximately from the early 1920s through the late 1980s.

See also: Series 9: Prints 2.3 General clippings, chronological Included here are photocopies of clippings dating from 1904 to 1995, and arranged chronologically, about Hopper and his work. A folder has been added to include material published since 1995.

2.4 Hopper commenting on his own work This group includes photocopies of clippings dating from c. 1917-1979 in which Hopper is quoted commenting on his work or his life.

2.5 Published interviews and conversations with Hopper Includes photocopies of several newspaper and journal articles, dated 1933, 1953-64, and 1981, regarding interviews or conversations with the artist. Also included is the transcript of the “Sunday Show” on NBC, where Hopper was interviewed in 1964 by Aline Saarinen. A second folder holds two indexes of published interviews.

See also: Series 4.6: Biographical and personal papers—Interviews, for unpublished interview material.

2.6 Published writings by Hopper Photocopies of pieces written by Hopper and published in journals and other publications, dated 1927-1959. Includes a 1927 book review; an appraisal of a Charles Burchfield exhibition, and various statements made while serving on a jury, accepting an award, etc.

2.7 Hopper films Includes clippings and press releases, 1981-1983, regarding films about and influenced by the work of Edward Hopper, including Hopper’s Silence, a film about Hopper produced for the Whitney in conjunction with Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, 1980-81.

See also: Series 7.2, Exhibitions,--Whitney Museum of American Art, for more information on Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist

2.8 Gail Levin book reviews Reviews and notices, 1980-82 and undated, of books on Edward Hopper by Whitney curator Gail Levin.

2.9 Juries and contests Press clippings regarding Hopper’s participation as a member of a selection jury, or as the recipient of a prize in a juried exhibition.

2.10 Press releases These press releases, the vast majority of which were issued by the Whitney Museum of American Art, announce exhibitions in which the work of Edward Hopper was featured or included. Two early releases date from 1933-34; the rest are dated 1961 through 1983.

2.11 Exhibition catalogs Photocopies of exhibition catalogs that include work by Hopper, 1908-1987. Original catalogs are included for some of the more recent exhibitions.

See also: Whitney library book collection catalog for additional catalogs

2.12 Collections holding Hopper work Photocopies of catalogues of museum collections and exhibitions of collections holding work by Hopper.

Subseries 2.1 Mentions of Hopper in books 



Drawers 3-6

 2.001 1923-1935 

 2.002 1936-1939 

 2.003 1941-1947 

 2.004 1950-1956 

 2.005 1957-1959 

 2.006 1960-1963 

 2.007 1964-1967 

 2.008 1968-1969 

 2.009 1970-1912 

 2.010 1973-1974 

 2.011 1975-1976 

 2.012 1977 

 2.013 1978-1979 

 2.014 1980-1981 

 2.015 1982-1983 

 2.016 1984 

 2.017 1985 

 2.018 1986 

 2.020 1988-1989 

 2.019 1987 

Subseries 2.2 Clippings referencing individual works of art 



Drawers 3-6

 2.021 Adam's House (1928), watercolor 

 2.022 American Landscape, oil 

 2.023 American Village (1912), oil 

 2.024 Anderson's House (1923), watercolor 

 2.025 Apartment House (1923), oil 

 2.026 Approaching a City (1946), oil 

 2.027 At the Cafe (1906-07), watercolor 

 2.028 August in the City (1945), oil 

 2.029 Automat (1927), oil 

 2.030 Baptistry of St. John's (1929), watercolor 

 2.031 Barber Shop (1931), oil 

 2.032 The Bay Window (1915-18), etching 

 2.033 Beam Trawler, Teale (1926), watercolor 

 2.034 Beam Trawler, Widgeon (1926), watercolor 

 2.035 Le Bistro (c. 1909), oil 

 2.036 Blackwells Island (1928), oil 

 2.037 The Bootleggers (1925), oil 

 2.038 Box Factory, Gloucester (1928), oil 

 2.039 Bridle Path (1939), oil 

 2.040 Burly Cobb's House, South Truro (1930), oil 

 2.041 California Hills (1957), watercolor 

 2.042 California Morning (1955), oil 

 2.043 Camel's Hump (1931), oil 

 2.044 Canal at Charenton (1907/8), oil 

 2.045 Canal Lock at Charenton (1907-10), oil 

 2.046 Cape Ann Granite (1928), oil 

 2.047 Cape Cod Afternoon (1936), oil 

 2.048 Cape Cod Evening (1939), oil 

 2.049 Cape Cod Morning (1950), oil 

 2.050 Cape Cod Sunset (1934), oil 

 2.051 Cape Elizabeth (c. 1927), watercolor 

 2.052 Captain Ed Staples (1928?), oil, destroyed 

 2.053 Captain Kelley's House (1931), watercolor 

 2.054 Captain Stout's House (1927), watercolor 

 2.055 Captain Upton's House (1927), oil 

 2.056 Chair Car (1965), oil 

 2.057 Charleston Doorway (1929), watercolor 

 2.058 Chop Suey (1929), oil 

 2.059 Church of San Esteban (1946), watercolor 

 2.060 The Circle Theater (1936), oil 

 2.061 The City (1927), oil 

 2.062 City Roofs (1932), medium not specified 

 2.063 City Sunlight (1955), oil 

 2.064 Civil War Campground (1926), watercolor 

 2.065 Coast Guard Station (1929), oil 

 2.066 Cobb's Barns, South Truro (1931), oil 

 2.067 Cobb's Barns and Distant Houses (c. 1931), watercolor 

 2.068 Cobb's House (1942), watercolor 

 2.069 Cold Storage Plant (1933), watercolor 

 2.070 Compartment C, Car 293 (1938), oil 

 2.071 The Conductor (1919-23), etching 

 2.072 Conference At Night (1949), oil 

 2.073 Cottages at Wellfleet (1933), watercolor 

 2.074 Custom House, Portland (1927), watercolor 

 2.075 Dauphinee House (1932), oil 

 2.076 Davis House (1926), watercolor 

 2.077 Dawn Before Gettysburg (1934), oil 

 2.078 Dawn in Pennsylvania (1942), oil 

 2.079 Deck of Beam Trawler Widgeon (1926), watercolor 

 2.080 Destroyer and Rocky Cove (1930), medium not specified 

 2.081 The Dories, Ogunquit (1914), oil 

 2.082 The Drugstore (1927), oil 

 2.083 Early Sunday Morning (1930), oil 

 2.084 East River (1920), oil 

 2.085 East Wind Over Weehawken (1934), oil 

 2.086 Ecluse de la Monnaie (c. 1909), oil 

 2.087 El Station (1908), oil 

 2.088 Eleven A.M. (1926), oil 

 2.089 Excursion into Philosophy (1959), oil 

 2.090 Farmhouse at Essex (1929), watercolor 

 2.091 First Branch of the White River (1938), watercolor 

 2.092 First Row, Orchestra (1951), oil 

 2.093 Five A.M. (1931), oil 

 2.094 Forked River (1934), watercolor 

 2.095 Four Dead Trees (1942), watercolor 

 2.096 Freight Cars, Gloucester (1928), oil 

 2.097 French Six-Day Bicycle Rider (1937), oil 

 2.098 From Williamsburg Bridge (1928), oil 

 2.099 Study for From Williamsburg Bridge (1928), oil 

 2.100 Gas (1940), oil 

 2.101 Gateway and Fence, St. Cloud (1907-10), oil 

 2.102 Girlie Show (1941), oil 

 2.103 Gloucester Boats at Wharf (1920), pencil 

 2.104 Gloucester Harbor (1926), watercolor 

 2.105 Gloucester Shorefront (1912), oil 

 2.106 Gloucester Street (1926), oil 

 2.107 Gravel Bar, White River (1937), watercolor 

 2.108 Great God Arthur, drawing 

 2.109 The Ground Swell (1939), oil 

 2.110 Guanajuato, Mexico, watercolor 

 2.111 Harbor Shore, Rockland (1926), watercolor 

 2.112 Head of a Young Girl, conte drawing 

 2.113 Haskell's House (1924), watercolor 

 2.114 The Henry Ford (1923), etching 

 2.115 High Noon (1949), oil 

 2.116 High Road (1931), watercolor 

 2.117 Highland Light (1930), watercolor 

 2.118 Hill and Houses (1927), watercolor 

 2.119 Hills, South Truro (1930), oil 

 2.120 Hodgekin's House (1928), oil 

 2.121 Hotel by the Railroad (1952), oil 

 2.122 Hotel Lobby (1943), oil 

 2.0123 Hotel Room (1931), oil 

 2.124 Hotel Window (1956) 

 2.125 House at Dusk (1935), oil 

 2.126 House at San Mateo (1941), watercolor 

 2.127 House at Tarrytown (1932), etching 

 2.128 House by Squam River (1926), watercolor 

 2.129 House by the Railroad (1925), oil 

 2.130 House in Gloucester (c. 1920), conte 

 2.131 House of the Fog Horn (1927), watercolor 

 2.132 House on Middle Street (1928), watercolor 

 2.133 House on Pamet River (1934), watercolor 

 2.134 House with a Big Pine (1935), watercolor 

 2.135 House with a Vine (1929), watercolor 

 2.136 Houses of Squam Light (1923), watercolor 

 2.137 Housetops (1921), etching 

 2.138 Interior (1925), watercolor 

 2.139 Intermission (1963), oil 

 2.140 Italian Quarter, Gloucester (1912), oil 

 2.141 Jo Hopper, conte 

 2.142 Jo Painting (1936), oil 

 2.143 The Lee Shore (1941), oil 

 2.144 Libby House (1927), watercolor 

 2.145 The Lighthouse (1923), etching 

 2.146 Lighthouse at Two Lights (1929), oil 

 2.147 Light at Two Lights (1927), watercolor 

 2.148 Study for Light at Two Lights, conte, no date 

 2.149 Lighthouse Hill (1927), oil 

 2.150 The Locomotive (1923), etching 

 2.151 Locomotive and Freight Car, watercolor 

 2.152 Locomotive, D. and R. G. (1925), etching 

 2.153 Locust Trees (1932), watercolor 

 2.154 Lombard's House (1931), watercolor 

 2.155 The Long Leg (1935), oil 

 2.156 Louvre and Boat Landing (1907-08), oil 

 2.157 Le Louvre et la Seine (1907), oil 

 2.158 Macomb's Dam Bridge (1935), oil 

 2.159 Manhattan Bridge Loop 

 2.160 Manhattan Bridge and Lily Apartments (1926), watercolor 

 2.161 The Mansard Roof (1923), watercolor 

 2.162 Marshall's House (1932), watercolor 

 2.163 Martha McKean of Wellfleet (1944), oil 

 2.164 Marty Welch's House (1928), watercolor 

 2.165 Methodist Church (1930), watercolor 

 2.166 Monterey Cathedral (1943), watercolor 

 2.167 Moonlight Interior (1921-23), oil 

 2.168 Morning in a City (1944), oil 

 2.169 Morning Sun (1952), oil 

 2.170 Mountains at Guanajuato (1953-54), watercolor 

 2.171 Mouth of Pamet River (1937), watercolor 

 2.172 Mrs. Acorn's Parlor (1926), watercolor 

 2.173 Mrs. Scott's House (1932), oil 

 2.174 My Roof (1928), watercolor 

 2.175 New York and Its Houses, illustration 

 2.176 New York Corner on Corner Saloon (1913), oil 

 2.177 New York Interior (c. 1921), oil 

 2.178 New York Movie (1939), oil 

 2.179 New York Restaurant (c. 1922), oil 

 2.180 New York, New Haven, and Hartford (1931), oil 

 2.181 New York Office (1962), oil 

 2.182 New York Pavements (1924), oil 

 2.183 Night in the Park (1921), etching 

 2.184 Night on the El Train (1920), etching 

 2.185 Night Windows (1928), oil 

 2.186 Nighthawks (1942), oil 

 2.187 North Truro Station (1930), watercolor 

 2.188 Notre Dame (1909), oil 

 2.189 November, Washington Square (1959), oil 

 2.190 Nude, (no date given), conte 

 2.191 October on Cape Cod (1946), oil 

 2.192 Office at Night (1940), oil 

 2.193 Office in a Small City (1953), oil 

 2.194 The Open Window (1915-18), etching 

 2.195 Oregon Coast (1941), watercolor 

 2.196 Painting Class, oil 

 2.197 El Palacio (1946), watercolor 

 2.198 Parisian Stairway 

 2.199 Palms at Saltillo (1943), watercolor 

 2.200 Le Parc de Saint Cloud (1907), oil 

 2.201 Parisian Types 

 2.202 Le Pavillon de Flore (1909), oil 

 2.203 Peasant Woman with Child (c. 1907-10) 

 2.204 Pennsylvania Coal Town (1947), oil 

 2.205 People in a Park (1919-23), etching 

 2.206 People in the Sun (1960), oil 

 2.207 Le Pont des Arts (1907), oil 

 2.208 Pont du Carrousel in the Fog 

 2.209 Pont Royal (c. 1909), oil 

 2.210 Pretty Penny (1939), oil 

 2.211 Le Quai des Grands Augustins (1909), oil 

 2.212 Queensborough Bridge (c. 1913), oil 

 2.213 Railroad Crossing (1926), watercolor 

 2.214 Railroad Crossing (1942), oil 

 2.215 Railroad Sunset (1929), oil 

 2.216 Railroad Train (1908), oil 

 2.217 Reclining Nude, watercolor 

 2.218 River Boat (1906/7 or 1909), oil 

 2.219 Road Houses, South Truro (c. 1932), oil 

 2.220 Road and Rocks, (no date given), drawing 

 2.221 Road and Trees (1962), oil 

 2.222 Road in Maine, watercolor 

 2.223 Rockland Harbor (1926), watercolor 

 2.224 Rocks and Houses (1914), oil 

 2.225 Rocks, Ogunquit (c. 1914), oil 

 2.226 Roofs of Washington Square (1926), watercolor 

 2.227 Room in Brooklyn (1932), oil 

 2.228 Room in New York (1932), oil 

 2.229 Rooms by the Sea (1951), oil 

 2.230 Rooms for Tourists (1945), oil 

 2.231 Route 6 Eastham (1941), oil 

 2.232 Study for Route 6 Eastham (1941), pencil 

 2.233 Drawing of a house for Route 6, Eastham (1941), oil 

 2.234 Ryder's House (1933), oil 

 2.235 Sailing (1911), oil 

 2.236 Saint Michael's College (1925), watercolor 

 2.237 Saltillo Mansion (1943), watercolor 

 2.238 Saltillo Rooftops (1943), watercolor 

 2.239 Sea Watchers (1952), oil 

 2.240 Second Story Sunlight (1960), oil 

 2.241 Sheridan Theater (1936-37), oil 

 2.242 Seven A.M. 

 2.243 Shacks at Pamet Head (1937), watercolor 

 2.244 Sierra Madre at Monterey (1943), watercolor 

 2.245 Skylights (1926), watercolor 

 2.246 Skyline Near Washington Square (1925), watercolor 

 2.247 Smash the Hun (1918) 

 2.248 Soir Bleu (1914), oil 

 2.249 Solitude (1944), oil 

 2.250 Soshone Cliffs (1941), watercolor 

 2.251 Squam Light (1912), oil 

 2.252 Standing Nude (1923), sanguine 

 2.253 Le Stryge (INCLUDES ONLY PENNELL DRAWING) 

 2.254 Summer Evening (1947), oil 

 2.255 Summer Interior (1909), oil 

 2.256 Summer in the City (1949) 

 2.257 Summertime (1943), oil 

 2.258 Sun in an Empty Room (1963), oil 

 2.259 Sun on Prospect Street (1934), oil 

 2.260 Sunday (1926), oil 

 2.261 Sunlight in a Cafeteria (1958), oil 

 2.262 Sunlight on Brownstones (1956), oil 

 2.263 Table for Ladies (1930), oil 

 2.264 Talbots House (1926), watercolor 

 2.265 Tall Masts, Gloucester (1912), oil 

 2.266 Tramp Steamer (1908), oil 

 2.267 Trawler and Telegraph Pole (1926), watercolor 

 2.268 Trees in Sunlight, Parc du Saint Cloud (1907-10) 

 2.269 Tug Boat (c. 1908), oil 

 2.270 Two Comedians (1966), oil 

 2.271 235 Broadway, no date or medium specified 

 2.272 Two Lights, Maine (1929), watercolor 

 2.273 Two on the Aisle (1927), oil 

 2.274 Valley of the Seine (1908), oil 

 2.275 Wellfleet Road (1931), watercolor 

 2.276 Western Motel (1959), oil 

 2.277 White River at Sharon (1937), watercolor 

 2.278 A Woman in the Sun (1961) 

 2.279 Woman Seated at Cafe Table, watercolor 

 2.280 Woman with a Basket and Umbrella, drawing 

 2.281 Yawl Riding a Swell (1935), watercolor 

Subseries 2.3 General clippings, chronological 



Drawers 3-6

 2.282 1904-1915 

 2.283 1915-1924 

 2.284 1924-1929 

 2.285 1930-1932 

 2.286 1933-1934 

 2.287 1935-1937 

 2.288 1938-1943 

 2.289 1944-1949 

 2.290 1950-1953 

 2.291 1943-1959 

 2.292 1960-1963 

 2.293 1964-1965 

 2.294 1966-1969 

 2.295 19701972 

 2.296 1973-1975 

 2.297 1976-1979 

 2.298 1980, 1 of 2 

 2.299 1980, 2 of 2 

 2.300 1981, 1 of 5 

 2.301 1981, 2 of 5 

 2.302 1981, 3 of 5 

 2.303 1981, 4 of 5 

 2.304 1981, 5 of 5 

 2.305 1982, 1 of 2 

 2.306 1982, 2 of 2 

 2.307 1983 

 2.308 1984-1991 

 2.309 1992-1995 

 2.310 After 1995 

 2.311 Miscellaneous, undated 

 2.312 Miscellaneous Foreign Language, 1 of 2 

 2.3121 Miscellaneous Foreign Language, 2 of 2 

Subseries 2.4 Hopper commenting on his work 



Drawers 3-6

 2.313 Clippings 

Subseries 2.5 Published interviews and conversations 



Drawers 3-6

 2.314 Clippings 

 2.315 Index 

Subseries 2.6 Published writings by Hopper 



Drawers 3-6

 2.316 Clippings 

Subseries 2.7 Hopper films 



Drawers 3-6

 2.317 1981-1983 

Subseries 2.8 Gail Levin book reviews 



Drawers 3-6

 2.318 1980-1983 

Subseries 2.9 Juries and contests 



Drawers 3-6

 2.319 1932-1939 

Subseries 2.10 Press releases 



Drawers 3-6

 2.320 1933-1971 

 2.321 1972-1983 

Subseries 2.11 Exhibition catalogs 



Drawers 3-6

 2.322 [1908-1920] 

 2.323 [1931] 

 2.324 [1932] 

 2.325 [1933] 

 2.326 MoMA Retrospective 1933 

 2.327 [1934] 

 2.328 [1935] 

 2.329 [1936] 

 2.330 [1937] 

 2.331 [1938] 

 2.332 [1939] 

 2.333 [1940] 

 2.334 [1941] 

 2.335 [1942] 

 2.336 [1943] 

 2.337 [1944] 

 2.338 [1945] 

 2.339 [1946] 

 2.340 [1947] 

 2.341 [1948] 

 2.342 [1949] 

 2.343 [1950] 

 2.344 [1951] 

 2.345 [1952] 

 2.346 [1953] 

 2.347 [1954] 

 2.348 [1955] 

 2.349 [1956] 

 2.350 [1957] 

 2.351 [1958] 

 2.352 [1959] 

 2.353 [1960] 

 2.354 [1961] 

 2.355 [1962] 

 2.356 [1963] 

 2.357 [1964] 

 2.358 [1965] 

 2.359 [1966] 

 2.360 [1967] 

 2.361 [1968] 

 2.362 [1969] 

 2.363 [1970] 

 2.364 [1971] 

 2.365 [1972] 

 2.366 [1973] 

 2.367 [1974] 

 2.368 [1975] 

 2.369 [1976] 

 2.370 [1977] 

 2.371 [1978] 

 2.372 January-June 1979 

 2.373 July-December 1979 

 2.374 January-April 1980 

 2.375 May-October 1980 

 2.376 November-December 1980 

 2.377 [1981] 

 2.378 [1982] 

 2.379 January-August 1983 

 2.380 August-December 1983 

 2.381 [1984] 

 2.382 [1985] 

 2.383 [1986] 

 2.384 [1987] 

Subseries 2.12 Collections holding Hopper work 



Drawers 3-6

 2.385 Copies of catalogs 

Series 3: Photographs and lists 1970s - 1990s   20.5 Linear feet

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: None

Scope and Contents note

Included here are several groups of photographs and lists documenting Edward Hopper’s oeuvre by medium and by thematic category. Each group includes lists of works compiled by curatorial staff members, photographs of work, photocopies of photographs of works, and, in some instances, cataloging information about the piece. This series is grouped as follows:

3.1 Illustrations The lists and photographs are combined in this group, and relate to commercial illustrations by Edward Hopper dating from c.1900-c.1925. Some illustrations are reproduced as they were published; other photographs are of the original drawing only. Some cataloging information is included. Not included here are preliminary drawings for paintings, other drawings, or caricatures.

3.2 Preliminary Drawings Lists: Chronological, handwritten: Handwritten lists of preliminary drawings including accession numbers, provenance information, date, size, and relationship to specific paintings. The lists are arranged chronologically,1919-1966.

Chronological, typed: Typed lists of paintings with corresponding preliminary drawings prepared by curatorial staff. These may be typed versions of the handwritten lists above.

Photographs: Photographs (some are photocopies) of preliminary drawings for oil and watercolor paintings. This group includes drawings in the Whitney collection (from the Hopper bequest) as well as drawings from other collections. These photographs are filed by title of painting to which the drawings relate, and are arranged chronologically by the date of the painting in question.

See also: Series 3.4: Photographs and Lists—Hopper Bequest Drawings

3.3 Drawings Lists: Lists documenting Hopper drawings in the WMAA collection and elsewhere, organized as follows: Drawings in other collections (not WMAA), undated This group is not arranged.

Drawings in other collections, dated Arranged chronologically by drawing date, these lists include titles, location and medium.

Collectors and Catalogue Raisonne Correspondence Arranged by collector’s name, and used for the Hopper Catalogue Raisonne, this list includes collectors name and address, phone number and title(s) of drawings owned. Also includes some correspondence, 1982-83, with collectors sent in preparation for the Catalogue Raisonne.

Provenance Arranged chronologically by drawing date, these notebook pages include title, date, medium and provenance information (i.e., successive owners of the drawing).

Bibliography Arranged alphabetically by drawing title, this list includes coded references to exhibitions where the drawing was shown and references to publications where the drawing was reproduced or mentioned.

Accession mistakes and unidentified works This folder contains correspondence, photographs and other material relating to mistakes made in the accessioning process for Hopper bequest drawings, as well as to unidentified drawings.

Photographs: Chronological, 1890-1965 Arranged chronologically by date the drawing was made, this group includes photographs and some photocopies of photographs of Hopper work. Boats Photographs of Hopper drawings of boats and nautical subjects, including much juvenilia; most, if not all, drawings are from the Hopper bequest. There is no apparent arrangement to these folders except by size. See also: Series 3.4: Photographs and Lists—Hopper Bequest Drawings

3.4 Hopper bequest drawings Drawer 18: Accession numbers 70.76 - 70.775 Drawer 19: Accession numbers 70.776 – 70.1560.50 Drawer 20: Accession numbers 70.1560.52 – 70.1693 Arranged by accession number, this group includes photographs and photocopied cataloging information for drawings acquired in the Edward Hopper Bequest.

3.5 Oils The lists and photographs are combined in this group. Material is arranged chronologically by the date of the work, 1895-1965, and includes lists of paintings, photographs, photocopies of photographs and some correspondence regarding the acquisition of photographs and cataloging information. This group is not complete.

See also: Series 3.7: Photographs and Lists—Catalogue raisonne photographs—Oils

3.6 Watercolors Includes lists of watercolors, photographs, photocopies of photographs, some correspondence and cataloging information on Hopper watercolors, 1905-65.

See also: Series 3.7: Photographs and Lists—Catalogue raisonne photographs—Watercolors

3.7 Catalogue raisonné photographs and lists Includes lists of work by Hopper by medium, indicating date, owners. Etc. Photographs, negatives and transparencies marked on reverse with numbers for the catalogue raisonne. The series is not complete; photographs are not necessarily those used in the catalogue raisonne. This material is arranged by medium as follows: Watercolors Includes Index, 1996, and photographs arranged by catalogue raisonne “W” number; not complete.

Oils Includes Index and photographs arranged by catalogue raisonne “O” number; not complete.

Illustrations: Photographs: Includes Index and photographs arranged by catalogue raisonne “I” number. Appears to be complete and includes many duplicate images. Negatives: Includes negatives of various sizes for illustrations included in the catalogue raisonne, arranged by “I” number.

Transparencies: Color transparencies, 4x5”, for Hopper illustrations, with inventory lists, arranged by “I” number.

3.8 Thematic photographs Included here are 5 groups of photographs, each with a particular theme: Works after other artists Includes lists, photographs, photocopies of photographs, and notes on works by Hopper that are copies of or influenced by work by other artists. Also includes some images of work by other artists that were models for or influences on Hopper. Literary themes: Includes photographs and photocopies of photographs of Hopper drawings and paintings with literary references, and notes on these literary influences Hopper signatures: Photographs and photocopies of photographs of Edward Hopper signatures on paintings and drawings

Non-WMAA Hoppers: Photographs and photocopies of photographs of work by Hopper in collections other than that of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Artworks relating to Hopper: Photographs of artwork by American and European painters that influenced Hopper and/or related to his work. This group also includes several photographs relating to images in Hopper’s work, including copies of Matthew Brady Civil War photographs.

Locations painted by Hopper: Includes photographs of Hook Mountains, Nyack, NY; Sunset Inn tourist house, 1945; Houses near sea (Tuoro?); Lake Mohonk Mountain House (postcard dated 1980); and a map of South Tuoro drawn by Jo Hopper.

3.9 Negatives and transparencies Negatives and transparencies of Hopper etchings and oils.

See also: Series 9: Prints

Arrangement note

8 Subseries

Subseries 3.1 Illustrations 



Drawers 7-9

 3.001 Collection of Clyde Singer (list only) 

 3.002 Collection of Arthayer Sanborn, 1 of 2 

 3.003 Collection of Arthayer Sanborn, 2 of 2 

 3.004 Private Collection, Other 

 3.005 Commercial work circa 

 3.006 Unpublished original illustrations, 1 of 3 1900-1922 

 3.007 Unpublished original illustrations, 2 of 3 1900-1922 

 3.008 Unpublished original illustrations, 3 of 3 1900-1922 

 3.009 Unpublished original illustrations, duplicate photographs 

 3.010 Published original illustrations circa 

 3.011 Miscellaneous works on illustration board, 1 of 2 

 3.012 Miscellaneous works on illustration board, 2 of 2 

 3.013 By publication: American Magazine 1916 

 3.014 By publication: Associated Sunday 1912-1914 

 3.015 By publication: Country Gentleman 1916-1917 

 3.016 By publication: Everybody's 1912-1922 

 3.017 By publication: Every Week 1916-1917 

 3.018 By publication: Farmer's Wife undated 

 3.019 By publication: Metropolitan Magazine 1912 

 3.020 By publication: Scribner's 1919-1924 

 3.021 By Publication: Survey Graphics, 1922 and  System, 1912-1915 1912-1922 

 3.022 By publication: Tavern Topics 1920 

 3.023 By publication: Wells Fargo Messenger  1912-1917 

 3.024 Cover illustrations undated 

 3.025 Caricatures 

 3.026 Military Illustrations 

Subseries 3.2 Preliminary Drawings 



Drawers 7-9

 3.027 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1919-1935 

 3.028 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1935-1939 

 3.029 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1939-1940 

 3.030 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1940-1942 

 3.031 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1943-1949 

 3.032 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1949-1952 

 3.033 Chronological lists: Handwritten 1953-1966 

 3.034 Chronological lists: Typed 1919-1966 

 3.035 Photographs: Eleven A.M., oil, 1926 

 3.036 Photographs: Maine in Fog, oil, 1926-29 

 3.037 Photographs: Lighthouse Hill, oil, 1927 

 3.038 Photographs: The City, oil, 1927 

 3.039 Photographs: Two on the Aisle, oil, 1927 

 3.040 Photographs: Blackwell's Island, oil, 1928 

 3.041 Photographs: Manhattan Bridge Loop, oil, 1928 

 3.042 Photographs: Williamsburg Bridge, oil 1928 

 3.043 Photographs: Baptistry of St. John's, watercolor, 1929 

 3.044 Photographs: Cabin, Charleston, S.C., watercolor, 1929 

 3.045 Photographs: Railroad Sunset, oil, 1929 

 3.046 Photographs: Apartment Houses, Harlem River, oil, 1930 

 3.047 Photographs: Early Sunday Morning, oil, 1930 

 3.048 Photographs: Cobb's Barns, S. Truro, oil, 1930-33 

 3.049 Photographs: The Camel's Hump, oil, 1931 

 3.050 Photographs: Barber Shop, 1931 

 3.051 Photographs: November Washington Square, oil, 1932, 1959 

 3.052 Photographs: Dawn Before Gettysburg, oil, 1934 

 3.053 Photographs: East Wind Over Weehawken, oil, 1934 

 3.054 Photographs: Macomb's Dam Bridge, oil, 1935 

 3.055 Photographs: Shakespeare at Dusk, oil, 1935 

 3.056 Photographs: The Long Leg, oil, 1935 

 3.057 Photographs: The Sheridan Theatre, oil, 1937 

 3.058 Photographs: French Six Day Rider, oil, 1937 

 3.059 Photographs: Five A.M., oil, 1937 

 3.060 Photographs: Compartment C, Car 293, oil, 1938 

 3.061 Photographs: Bridle Path, oil, 1939, 2 folders 

 3.062 Photographs: New York Movie, oil, 1939 

 3.063 Photographs: Cape Cod Evening, oil, 1939 

 3.064 Photographs: Ground Swell, oil, 1939, 2 folders 

 3.065 Photographs: The MacArthur's Home ("Pretty Penny"), oil, 1939 

 3.066 Photographs: Office at Night, oil, 1940 

 3.067 Photographs: Light Battery at Gettysburg, oil, 1940 

 3.068 Photographs: House by a Road, oil, 1940 

 3.069 Photographs: Gas, oil, 1940 

 3.070 Photographs: Girlie Show, oil, 1941 

 3.071 Photographs: Lee Shore, oil, 1941 

 3.072 Photographs: Route 6 Through Eastham, oil, 1941 

 3.073 Photographs: Nighthawks, oil, 1942 

 3.074 Photographs: Dawn in Pennsylvania, oil, 1942 

 3.075 Photographs: Hotel Lobby, oil, 1943 

 3.076 Photographs: Summertime, oil, 1943 

 3.077 Photographs: The Martha MacLean of Wellfleet, oil, 1944 

 3.078 Photographs: Morning in a City, oil, 1944 

 3.079 Photographs: Solitude #56, oil, 1944 

 3.080 Photographs: August in the City, oil, 1945 

 3.081 Photographs: Rooms for Tourists, oil, 1945 

 3.082 Photographs: Two Puritans, oil, 1945 

 3.083 Photographs: Approaching a City, oil, 1946 

 3.084 Photographs: October on Cape Cod, oil, 1946 

 3.085 Photographs: Corn Belt City, oil, 1947 

 3.086 Photographs: Pennsylvania Coal Town, oil, 1947 

 3.087 Photographs: Summer Evening, oil, 1947 

 3.088 Photographs: Seven A.M., oil, 1948 

 3.089 Photographs: Conference at Night, oil, 1949 

 3.090 Photographs: Stairway, oil, 1949 

 3.091 Photographs: High Noon, oil, 1940 

 3.092 Photographs: Summer in the City, oil, 1949 

 3.093 Photographs: Portrait of Orleans, oil, 1950 

 3.094 Photographs: Cape Cod Morning, oil, 1950 

 3.095 Photographs: First Run of Orchestra, oil, 1951 

 3.096 Photographs: Rooms by the Sea, oil, 1951 

 3.097 Photographs: Morning Sun, oil, 1952 

 3.098 Photographs: Hotel by a Railroad, oil, 1952 

 3.099 Photographs: Sea Watchers, oil, 1952 

 3.100 Photographs: Office in a Small City, oil, 1953 

 3.101 Photographs: City Sunlight, oil, 1954 

 3.102 Photographs: South Carolina Morning, oil, 1955 

 3.103 Photographs: Hotel Window, oil, 1955 

 3.104 Photographs: Sunlight on Brownstones, oil, 1956 

 3.105 Photographs: Four Lane Road, oil, 1956 

 3.106 Photographs: Western Motel, oil, 1957 

 3.107 Photographs: Sunlight in a Cafeteria, oil, 1958 

 3.108 Photographs: Excursion into Philosophy, oil, 1959 

 3.109 Photographs: People in the Sun, oil, 1960 

 3.110 Photographs: Second Story Sunlight, oil, 1960 

 3.111 Photographs: A Woman in the Sun, oil, 1961 

 3.112 Photographs: New York Office, oil, 1962 

 3.113 Photographs: Road and Trees, oil, 1962 

 3.114 Photographs: Intermission, oil, 1963 

 3.115 Photographs: Sun in an Empty Room, oil, 1963 

 3.116 Photographs: Two Comedians, oil, 1966 

 3.117 Photographs: Miscellaneous photographs 

Subseries 3.3 Drawings 



Drawers 7-9

 3.118 Lists: Drawings in other collections (not WMAA) 

 3.119 Lists: Drawings in other collections (not WMAA), dated, 1 of 3 

 3.120 Lists: Drawings in other collections, dated, 2 of 3 

 3.121 Lists: Drawings in other collections, dated, 3 0f 3 

 3.122 Lists: Collectors and Catalogue Raisonne correspondence 

 3.123 Lists: Provenance, 1 of 3 1895-1900 

 3.124 Lists: Provenance, 2 of 3 1901-1949 

 3.125 Lists: Provenance, 3 of 3 1950-1966 

 3.126 Lists: Bibliography, A-I, 1 of 4 

 3.127 Lists: Bibliography, K-N, 2 of 4 

 3.128 Lists: Bibliography, O-Se, 3 of 4 

 3.129 Lists: Bibliography, Sn-Y, 4 of 4 

 3.130 Lists: Accession mistakes and unidentified works 

 3.131 Photographs: Chronological 1890-1894 

 3.132 Photographs: Chronological 1895-1897 

 3.133 Photographs: Chronological 1898-1899 

 3.134 Photographs: Chronological, 1 of 2 1899 

 3.135 Photographs: Chronological, 2 of 2 

 3.136 Photographs: Chronological, Sketchbook Part I 1899-1900 

 3.137 Photographs: Chronological circa  

 3.138 Photographs: Chronological, 1 of 2 1900 

 3.139 Photographs: Chronological, 2 of 2 1900 

 3.140 Photographs: Chronological 1901 

 3.141 Photographs: Chronological circa 

 3.142 Photographs: Chronological, charcoal 1900-1903 

 3.143 Photographs: Chronological 1902-1905 

 3.144 Photographs: Chronological, Sketchbook Part II circa 

 3.145 Photographs: Chronological, 1 of 2 1906-1910 

 3.146 Photographs: Chronological, 2 of 2 1906-1910 

 3.147 Photographs: Chronological 1914-1920 

 3.148 Photographs: Chronological 1920-1924 

 3.149 Photographs: Chronological 1924-1933 

 3.150 Photographs: Chronological 1934-1935 

 3.151 Photographs: Chronological 1936-1937 

 3.152 Photographs: Chronological 1937-1939 

 3.153 Photographs: Chronological 1940 

 3.154 Photographs: Chronological 1941 

 3.155 Photographs: Chronological 1943-1944 

 3.156 Photographs: Chronological 1945-1949 

 3.157 Photographs: Chronological 1950-1965 

 3.158 Photographs: Boats, 1 of 6 

 3.159 Photographs: Boats, 2 of 6 

 3.160 Photographs: Boats, 3 of 6 

 3.161 Photographs: Boats, 4 of 6 

 3.162 Photographs: Boats, 5 of 6 

 3.163 Photographs: Boats, 6 of 6 

Subseries 3.4 Hopper Bequest Drawings 



Drawers 18-20

70.76 (Drawing for Painting New York Movie; Palace) 1939 

70.77 Drawing for painting New York Movie; Globe 1939 

70.78 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Palace 1939 

70.79 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Globe 1939 

70.80 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.81 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Strand 1939 

70.82 Drawing for painting, New York; Strand 1939 

70.83 Strand (Study for New York Movie) 1939 

70.84 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.85 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.86 Globe, Study for New York Movie 1939 

70.87 (Strand: Drawing for painting New York movie) 1939 

70.88 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.89 Palace (Study for New York Movie) 1939 

70.9 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Palace 1939 

70.91 Drawing for painting New York Movie; Republic 1939 

70.92 Drawing for painting New York Movie; Republic 1939 

70.93 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.94 Drawing for painting New York Movie 1939 

70.95 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.96 Untitled (Study for New York Movie) 1939 

70.97 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.98 Drawing for painting New York Movie 1939 

70.99 Drawing for New York Movie 1939 

70.100 Untitled (Study for New York Movie) 1939 

70.101 Drawing for painting New York Movie 1939 

70.102 Drawing for painting New York Movie 1939 

70.103 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.104 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.105 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.106 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Palace 1939 

70.107 Drawing for painting, New York Movie 1939 

70.108 (Palace: Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.109 Drawing for New York Movie 1939 

70.110 (Palace: Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.111 Palace (Study for New York Movie 1939 

70.112 Drawing for painting Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.113 Drawings for painting, Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.114 Drawing for painting Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.115 Drawing for painting, Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.116 Drawing for painting Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.117 Study for Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.118 Drawing of painting, Hotel Lobby 1943 

70.119 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.120 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.121 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.122 Drawing of painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.123 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.124 Drawing for painting Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.125 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.126 Drawing for painting, Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.127 Drawing for painting Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.128 Drawing for painting, two on the Aisle (?) 1927 

70.129 Drawing for painting Two on the Aisle 1927 

70.130 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.131 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.132 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.133 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.134 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.135 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.136 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.137 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.138 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.139 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.140 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.141 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.142 Study of a theatre curtain-for Girlie Show (?) Undated 

70.143 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show (?) 1941 

70.144 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.145 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.146 Drawing for painting, Girlie Show 1941 

70.147 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Republic 1939 

70.148 Palace (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.149 Palace (Study for New York Movie) Undated 

70.150 Drawing for painting, New York Movie; Republic 1939 

70.151 (Palace: Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.152 (Palace: Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.153 Drawing for 5 A.M. 1937 

70.154 (Drawing for First Row Orchestra) 1951 

70.155 (Drawing for First Row Orchestra) 1941 

70.156 Drawing for Pennsylvania Coal Town 1947 

70.157 Drawing for 5 A.M. 1937 

70.158 Drawing for painting August in the City 1945 

70.159 Drawing for painting August in the City 1945 

70.160 (Drawing for painting August in the City) 1945 

70.161 Drawing for Hotel Window  1956 

70.162 Drawing for painting, Carolina Morning 1955 

70.163 (Studies of dogs heads) 1939 

70.164 (Studies of animal heads) Undated 

70.165 Studies of dogs heads Undated 

70.166 Untitled (Study for Office at Night) 1940 

70.167 Untitled (study for Office at Night) 1940 

70.168 Study for Office at Night 1940 

70.169 Untitled (Study for Office at Night) 1940 

70.170 Untitled (study for Conference at Night), recto:letter, drawing for painting, Conference at Night 1949 1949 

70.172 Drawing for painting, Conference at Night 1949 

70.173 (Drawing for painting Conference at Night) 1949 

70.174 (Drawing for painting, Conference at Night) 1949 

70.175 Letter on reverse 1945 

70.176 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.177 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.178 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.179 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.180 (Drawing for painting Cape Cod Evening) 1939 

70.181 Drawing for painting. Cape Cod Evening 1939 

70.182 Drawing for painting. Cape Cod Evening 1939 

70.183 study for Cape Cod Evening 1939 

70.184 (Drawing for painting Approaching a City) 1946 

70.185 Drawing for painting, Approaching a city 1946 

70.186 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.187 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.188 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.189 Drawing for painting Nighthawks 1942 

70.190 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.191 (Drawing for painting Nighthawks) 1942 

70.192 Untitled (Study for Nighthawks) 1942 

70.193 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.194 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.195 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.196 (studies of Corn Belt City) 1946-47 

70.197 (Drawings for Corn Belt City) 1946-48 

70.198 Untitled (Studies for Pennsylvania Coal Town) Undated 

70.199 Drawing for painting Hotel by Railroad 1952 

70.200 recto: (unidentified sketch) Undated 

70.201 (Drawing for painting Morning Sun) 1952 

70.202 (Drawing for Morning in a City) 1944 

70.203 verso: (Drawing for painting Morning in a city) 1944 

70.204 (Drawing for painting Morning in a City 1944 

70.205 Drawing for painting Morning in a City) 1944 

70.206 (Drawing for a painting Morning in a City) 1944 

70.207 Drawing for painting Morning in a City 1944 

70.208 Drawing for painting Morning in a City 1944 

70.209 Drawing for painting, House on the Cape 1940 

70.210 Drawing for painting, House on Cape 1940 

70.211 (Drawing for painting House on the Cape 1940 

70.212 (Drawing for painting House on Cape) 1940 

70.213 (Drawing for painting House on the Cape) 1940 

70.214 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.215 Drawing for painting Bridle Path 1939 

70.216 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.217 Drawing for painting Bridle Path 1939 

70.218 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.219 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.220 Drawing for painting, Bridle Path 1939 

70.222 (Foliage Study) Undated 

70.223 Drawing for painting, Railroad Sunset (?) 1929 

70.224 (Drawing for painting Gas) 1940 

70.225 Study for Gas 1940 

70.226 (Drawing for painting Gas) 1940 

70.227 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.228 House Undated 

70.229 Drawing for painting Pennsylvania Coal Town 1947 

70.230 (Drawing for painting Rooms for Tourists) 1945 

70.232 (Drawing for painting Blackwells Island) 1928 

70.233 Drawing for painting, Blackwells Island 1928 

70.234 Detail of a building Undated 

70.235 Street Lamp Undated 

70.236 Drawing for painting, August in the City 1945 

70.237 Drawing for painting, McCombs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.238 Drawing for painting, McCombs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.239 Drawing for painting McCombs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.240 Drawings for painting, Macombs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.241 (Drawing for painting Mc Combs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.242 (Drawing for painting Macombs Dam Bridge) 1935 

70.243 Study for Morning Sun 1952 

70.244 Study for Morning Sun 1952 

70.245 Study for Morning Sun 1952 

70.246 Drawings for East Wind over Weehawken 1934 

70.247 (Drawing for painting East Wind Over Weehawken) 1934 

70.248 Drawings for painting, East Wind Over Weehawken 1934 

70.249 Drawing for painting, East Wind Over Weehawken 1934 

70.250 Drawing for painting, East Wind Over Weehawken 1934 

70.251 Drawing for painting East Wind Over Weehawken 1934 

70.252 Drawing for painting, East Wind Over Weehawken 1934 

70.253 Drawing for painting, Nighthawks 1942 

70.254 Drawing for painting Nighthawks 1942 

70.255 (Drawing for Nighthawks) 1942 

70.256 Drawing for painting Nighthawks 1942 

70.257 Drawing for painting, City Sunlight 1954 

70.258 (Dwgs. For unidentified painting) Undated 

70.259 (Drawing for the painting Rooms for Tourists) 1945 

70.260 (Dwgs. For Rooms for Tourists) 1945 

70.261 (Foliage Studies) Undated 

70.262 (Foliage Studies)  Undated 

70.263 (Drawing for Gas) 1940 

70.264 (Foliage Studies)  Undated 

70.265 (Foliage Studies) Undated 

70.266 Letter to Ernest Watson Amer. Artist Magazine 1940 

70.267 Drawing for painting, Summer in the City 1950 

70.268 Drawing for painting, Summer in the City 1950 

70.269 Drawing for painting, Summer in the City 1950 

70.270 (Drawing for Summer in the City) 1950 

70.271 Study for City Sunlight 1954 

70.272 Study for New York Movie 1939 

70.273 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.274 (Drawing for New York Movie) 1939 

70.275 (Drawing for New York Movie) 1939 

70.276 (Drawing for New York Movie) 1939 

70.277 (Drawing for New York Movie) 1939 

70.278 (Drawing for New York Movie) 1939 

70.279 (Foliage Studies) Undated 

70.280 (Trees and Balustrade- study for)  Undated 

70.281 Drawing for Shakespeare at Dusk 1935 

70.282 (Drawing for Shakespeare at Dusk) 1935 

70.283 (foliage studies) Undated 

70.284 (Drawing for Rooms of Tourists  Undated 

70.285 (studies for East Wind Over Weehawken  1934 

70.286 (Foliage Studies) Undated 

70.287 Self-Portrait 1945 

70.288 (Portrait of Mrs. Hopper) 1945-1950 

70.289 (Portrait of Mrs. Hopper) Undated 

70.290 Study for Morning Sun 1952 

70.291 Drawing for painting Morning Sun 1952 

70.292 Jo Sleeping 1940-1945 

70.293 Jo Hopper 1935-1940 

70.294 Drawing for painting Morning in a City 1944 

70.295 Study for Girlie Show 1941 

70.296 Jo Hopper Reclining on a Couch 1925-1930 

70.297 (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.298 My Mother Undated 

70.299 Drawing for painting House on the Cape 1940 

70.300 Study for Gas 1940 

70.301 Study for Girlie Show 1941 

70.302 Study for Baptistry of Saint Johns 1929 

70.303 Untitled (piece of cloth) Undated 

70.304 (Docks and Boats) Undated 

70.305 (Landscape with Tree)  Undated 

70.306 (Roads and Rocks) Undated 

70.307 Salem 1929 

70.308 (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.309 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.310 (Nude) Undated 

70.311 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.312 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.313 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.314 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.315 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.316 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.317 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.318 Un Maquerean (drawing for Soir Bleu) 1914 

70.319 (Seated Figure) 1920's 

70.320 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.321 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.322 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.323 (Two Nudes) 1920's 

70.324 (Two Nudes) 1920's 

70.325 (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.326 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.327 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.328 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.329 Drawing for painting City Sunlight 1954 

70.330 Drawing for painting Route 6 Eastham 1941 

70.331 (Two Nudes) 1923 

70.332 (Seated Nude) October 26, 1923 1923 

70.333 (Seated Nude) [1920s] 

70.334 (Standing Nude) [1920s] 

70.335 (Jo) 1945-1950 

70.336 (Self-Portrait) February 14, 1945 1945 

70.337 (Study of Artists hands, three views) 1943 

70.338 Study for painting Cape Cod Evening Undated 

70.339 Study for painting Ground Swell 1939 

70.340 Study for painting Office at Night 1940 

70.341 Study for painting Office at Night 1940 

70.342 Study for etching East Side Interior 1922 

70.343 Study for etching Evening Wind Undated 

70.344 (Artists Hat on His Etching Press) Undated 

70.345 Drawing for painting Morning in the City 1944 

70.346 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.347 (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.348 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.349 Drawing for painting Gas 1940 

70.350 House with Stone Fence  Undated 

70.351 (Study of Rocks, Monhegan?) Undated 

70.352 Monhegan Island Undated 

70.353 (Study of Rocks, Monhegan) Undated 

70.354 Monhegan (Farm buildings near the Sea) Undated 

70.355 (Study for unidentified work)  Undated 

70.356 Bridge and Buildings Undated 

70.357 (Trees and Road) Undated 

70.358 Central Park Undated 

70.359 (bridge) Undated 

70.360 (Studies of buildings and trees) Undated 

70.361 On East River Circa 1930 

70.362 (Rocks at Monhegan) 1917 

70.363 Monhegan Island 1916-1919 

70.364 (small town street) Undated 

70.365 River-Mountains Undated 

70.366 Drawing for painting Route 6 Eastham 1914 

70.367 Black Head Monhegan 1916-1919 

70.368 House on a Road Undated 

70.369 Drawing for painting Route 6 Eastham 1941 

70.370 (House on a Country Road) Undated 

70.371 (Rocks at Monhegan)  1916-1919 

70.372 White River, Vermont Undated 

70.373 House and Landscape Undated 

70.374 (Country road and house) Undated 

70.375 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.376 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.377 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.378 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.379 (Standing Nude with Drape) October 26, 1923 1923 

70.380 (Standing Nude/Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.381 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.382 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.383 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.384 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.385 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.386 (Seated Nude and Womans Head 1920's 

70.387 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.388 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.389 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.390 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.391 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.392 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.393 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.394 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.395 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.396 (Three Nude Studies) 1920's 

70.397 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.398 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.399 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.400 (Seated Nude) October 26, 1923 1923 

70.401 (Seated Nude, rear) 1923 

70.402 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.403 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.404 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.405 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.406 (Bending Nude/Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.407 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.408 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.409 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.410 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.411 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.412 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.413 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.414 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.415 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.416 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.417 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.418 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.419 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.420 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.421 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.422 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.423 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.424 (Study for Dawn Before Gettysburg) 1934 

70.425 (Study for Light Battery ay Gettysburg) 1940 

70.426 drawing for unidentified work Undated 

70.427 Drawing for painting Hotel by Railroad) 1952 

70.428 Drawing for painting Hotel by Railroad) 1952 

70.429 Drawing for painting Five A.M.  1937 

70.430 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.431 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.432 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.433 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.434 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.435 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.436 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.437 Drawing for painting Compartment C Car 293 1938 

70.438 Drawing for painting Rooms for Tourists 1945 

70.439 Drawing for watercolor Yawl Riding a Swell 1935 

70.440 Drawing for painting Macombs Dam Bridge 1935 

70.441 Landscape Undated 

70.442  Landscape Undated 

70.443 (Drawing for painting Solitude #56) 1944 

70.444 Road in Woods Undated 

70.445 Drawing for painting Route 6, Eastham 1941 

70.446 Study for Route 6 through Eastham 1941 

70.447 (Study for New York Movie) 1939 

70.448 (Drawing for painting French 6-Day Bicycle Rider) 1937 

70.449 (Drawing for painting French 6-Day Bicycle Rider) 1937 

70.450 (Drawing for painting French 6-Day Bicycle Rider) 1937 

70.451 (Drawing for painting French 6-Day Bicycle Rider) 1937 

70.452 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.453 (Drawing for painting Shakespeare at Dusk) 1935 

70.454 (Drawing for painting Blackwells Island) 1928 

70.455 (Drawing for painting New York Movie) 1939 

70.456 (Drawing for painting August in the City) 1945 

70.457 (Study for From Williamsburg Bridge) 1928 

70.458 (Drawing for painting Summertime) 1943 

70.459 (Drawing for painting Summertime) 1943 

70.460 (Drawing for painting Summertime) 1943 

70.461 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.462 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.463 (Drawing for painting Bridle Path) 1939 

70.464 (Drawing for painting Summer in the City) Circa 1950 

70.465 Untitled (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.466 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.467 Untitled (Two Figures) Undated 

70.468 Untitled (Standing Nude 1920's 

70.469 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.470 Untitled (Two Standing Nudes) 1920's 

70.471 (Standing nude, rear) 1920's 

70.472 Untitled (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.473 U1ntitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.474 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.475 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.476 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.477 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.478 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.479 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.480 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.481 U1ntitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.482 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.483 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.484 Untitled (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.485 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.486 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.487 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.488 Untitled (3 Nude Studies) 1920's 

70.489 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.490 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.491 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.492 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.493 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.494 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.495 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.496 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.497 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.498 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.499 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.500 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.501 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.502 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.503 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.504 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.505 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.506 Untitled (Standing Male Nude) 1920's 

70.507 Untitled (seated nude) 1920's 

70.508 Untitled (Seated Male Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.509 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.510 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.511 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.512 Untitled (seated Nude) 1920's 

70.513 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.514 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.515 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.516 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.517 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.518 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.519 Untitled (Seated Male Nude) 1920's 

70.520 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.521 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.522 Untitled (Standing Male Nude) 1920's 

70.523 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.524 Untitled (Stranding Nude) 1920's 

70.525 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.526 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.527 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.528 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.529 Untitled (Recling Nude) 1920's 

70.530 Untitled (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.531 Untitled (Reclinging Nudes) Undated 

70.532 Untitled (Bending Nude) Undated 

70.533 Untitled (nude studies and portrait of mans heard) (2) Undated 

70.534 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.535 Untitled (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.536 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.537 Kneeling Nude Undated 

70.538 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.539 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.540 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.541 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.542 Untitled (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.543 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.544 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.545 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.546 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.547 Untitled (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.548 Untitled (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.549 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.550 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.551 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.552 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.553 Untitled (Two Reclining Nudes) 1920's 

70.554 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.555 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.556 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.557 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.558 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.559 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.560 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.561 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.562 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.563 Untitled (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.564 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.565 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.566 Untitled (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.567 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.568 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.569 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.570 Untitled (Seated Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.571 Untitled (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.572 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.573 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.574 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.575 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.576 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.577 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.578 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.579 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.580 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.581 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.582 (Jo Reading) Undated 

70.583 Untitled (two figures) Undated 

70.584 Untitled (studies of uniformed men) Undated 

70.585 A Beatnik of 1920 Undated 

70.586 Ouvrier Undated 

70.587 Untitled (French Cavalry) Undated 

70.588 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.589 Untitled (Jo? Reading) Undated 

70.590 Untitled (Peasant, from rear) 1920's 

70.591 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.592 Untitled (Seated Male Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.593 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.594 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.595 Untitled (standing Nude) Undated 

70.596 Untitled (Standing Male Nude) Undated 

70.597 Untitled (Standing Male Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.598 Untitled (Standing Male Nude Holding Footstool)(2) Undated 

70.599 Untitled (Studies of Male Nude) Undated 

70.600 Untitled (Seated Male Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.601 Untitled (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.602  Untitled (Studies of heads, donkey head and male nude)  Undated 

70.603 Untitled (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.604 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.605 Untitled (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.606 Untitled (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.607 Untitled (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.608 Untitled (Kneeling Nude) Undated 

70.609 Untitled (Reclining Nude) Undated 

70.611 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.612 Untitled (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.613 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.614 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.615 Untitled (Standing Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.616 Untitled (Kneeling Nude) Undated 

70.617 Untitled (Bending Nude) Undated 

70.618 Untitled (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.619 Untitled (Bending Nude) Undated 

70.620 Untitled (Woman w. house in background) Undated 

70.621 Untitled (Standing Figure in long coat)  Undated 

70.622 Untitled (Little Girl) Undated 

70.623 Untitled (two soldiers) Undated 

70.624 Untitled (Seated Woman) Undated 

70.625 Untitled (Little Girl on Roller Skates Undated 

70.626 Untitled (Uniform Man)(Girl) Undated 

70.627 Untitled (Shoreline with Houses) Undated 

70.628 Untitled (seated woman) Undated 

70.629 Untitled (seated woman) Undated 

70.630 Mounted Cop Undated 

70.631 Untitled (studies of two hand) 1920's 

70.632 Untitled (studies of cows?) 1920's 

70.633 Untitled (standing soldier) 1920's 

70.634 Untitled (soldier walking) 1920's 

70.635 Untitled (soldier with rifle) 1920's 

70.636 Madame Cheruy 1920's 

70.637  Untitled (soldier with rifle and backpack) 1920's 

70.638 Untitled (standing soldier) reverse (part of sketch of group of soldiers) 1920's 

70.639 Untitled (rocks and steps) 1920's 

70.656 (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.664 (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.665 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.666 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.667 (Standing Nude with Drape) 1920's 

70.668 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.669 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.686 (Reclining Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.687 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.688 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.689 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.691 (Standing Male Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.692 (Seated Male Nude) 1920's 

70.693 (Seated Male Nude) 1920's 

70.694 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.695 (Standing Woman) 1920's 

70.696 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.697 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.698 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.699 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.700 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.701 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.702 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.703 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.704 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.705 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.706 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.707 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.708 (Two Nudes-Seated and Reclining) 1920's 

70.709 (Reclining Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.710 (Kneeling Male Nude) 1920's 

70.711 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.712 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.713 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.714 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.715 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.716 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.717 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.718 (Two Nudes, Seated) 1920's 

70.719 (Seated Nudes) 1920's 

70.720 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.721 (Standing Male Nude) 1920's 

70.722 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.723 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.724 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.725 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.726 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.727 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.728 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.734 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.735 (Standing Male Nude, Rear) Undated 

70.736 (Figure Studies) Undated 

70.737 (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.740 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.741 (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.742 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.743 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.744 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.745 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.746 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.747 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.748 (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.749 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.750 (Reclining Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.751 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.752 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.753 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.754 (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.755 (Standing Male and Female Nudes) 1920's 

70.756 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.757 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.759 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.760 (Bending Nude) Undated 

70.761 (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.762 (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.763 (Crouching Male Nude) 1920's 

70.764 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.765 (Two Seated Nudes) 1920's 

70.766 (Three Nudes) 1920's 

70.767 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.768 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.770  1920's 

70.771 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.772 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.773 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.774 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.775 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.776 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.778 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.779 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.780 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.781 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.782 (Standing Male Nude) 1920's 

70.783 (Seated Male Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.784 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.785 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.786 (Reclining Male Nude) 1920's 

70.787 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.788 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.789 (Standing Nude with Drape) 1920's 

70.790 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.791 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.792 (Standing Nude with Stockings) 1920's 

70.793 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.794 (Standing Figure with Skirt) 1920's 

70.795 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.796 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.797 (Leaning Woman) 1920's 

70.798 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.799 (Seated Nude with Drape) 1920's 

70.800 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.801 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.802 (Two Nudes) 1920's 

70.803 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.804 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.805 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.806 (Nude Studies and Head) 1920's 

70.807 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.808 (Woman Standing on One Leg) 1920's 

70.809 (Standing Woman) 1920's 

70.815 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.821 (Seated Nude) Undated 

70.824 (cattle studies) Undated 

70.829 (Cattle Studies and a House) Undated 

70.887 (Hills) Undated 

70.888 (Riverscape) Undated 

70.889 (Country Road) Undated 

70.890 (Buildings and Road) Undated 

70.894 (Mountain Road) Undated 

70.898 Mexico Undated 

70.899 (Clapboard House) Undated 

70.900 Glouchester Undated 

70.910 (Two Standing Nudes) 1920's 

70.911 (Two Nudes) 1920's 

70.912 (Seated Nudes) 1920's 

70.913 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.914 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.915 (Leaning Nude) 1920's 

70.916 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.917 (Standing Male Nude) 1920's 

70.918 (Seated Male Nude) 1920's 

70.919 (Kneeling Male Nude) 1920's 

70.920 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.921 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.922 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.923 (Woman Putting on a Shoe) 1920's 

70.924 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.925 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.926 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.927 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.928 (Leaning Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.929 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.931 (Bending Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.932 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.933 (Seated Woman) 1920's 

70.934 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.935 (Bending Nude) 1920's 

70.936 (Seated Nude Studies) 1920's 

70.937 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.938 (Nude Studies) 1920's 

70.939 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.940 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.941 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.942 (Standing Nude w. Dress On One Arm) 1920's 

70.943 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.944 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.945 (Kneeling Nude) 1920's 

70.946 (Standing Nude, Rear) 1920's 

70.947 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.950 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.951 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.952 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.953 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.954 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.955 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.956 (Seated Nude) 1920's 

70.957 (Standing Nude) 1920's 

70.991 (Reclining Nude) 1920's 

70.992 (Landscape) 1920's 

70.993 (Studies of Trousers) 1920's 

70.998 (Tree Studies) 1920's 

70.1516.18 (Figure, anatomical and biological studies; violin player) Undated 

70.1516.21 (Heads) Undated 

70.1516.22 (Animal Studies) Undated 

70.1516.23 (Animal Studies) Undated 

70.1516.24 (Figure, Anatomical, Head Studies) Undated 

70.1516.113 (Sketches of Heads, Arch. Details) Undated 

70.1553.2 (Butcher?) Undated 

70.1553.3 (Male Nude Muscle Study) Recto: (Standing Man in Coat, Sm. Fig. Sketches) Verso: (Woman in Riding Habit, Woman in Hat and Coat) Undated 

70.1553.4 (Sketches of Mens Heads) Undated 

70.1553.5 (Misc. Figure Sketches) The Best Dressed Man in Hog Holler Undated 

70.1553.6 Verso: (Man Firing Gun) Recto: (Battle Scene) Undated 

70.1553.7 (Houseboat) Undated 

70.1553.8 (Naval Ship)  Undated 

70.1553.9  Verso: (Sailboat) Recto: (Mounted Rifleman) Undated 

70.1553.10  (Various Men in Hats) (Sailing Clipper Ship) Undated 

70.1553.11 (Cat) Undated 

70.1553.12 Recto: (Woman Skating) Verso: (Cylinders) Undated 

70.1553.13 The Champion Corbett (Standing Man and Misc. Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1553.14 Verso: (Caricature: Woman with Headdress Musical Notations)(2) Recto: (Caricature-Man Smoking) Undated 

70.1553.15 (Circles, Hand Studies) (Indian w/ Rifle, Miner) Undated 

70.1553.16 The Harbingers of Summer Undated 

70.1553.17 (Cartoon Figures) Undated 

70.1553.18 (Soldier w. Flag) (Man Walking w. Cane) Undated 

70.1553.19 (Horse) Undated 

70.1553.20 (Horse) Dunraven Undated 

70.1553.21 One of the Finest(Policeman) Undated 

70.1553.22 Verso: (Bicyclist) Recto: (Misc. Sketches) Verso: (Mustang) Recto: (Hobo and Soldier) Undated 

70.1553.23 Verso: (Princess, Bandit) Recto: (Caricatures Cowboy, King, etc.) (Fire Engine and Co.) Undated 

70.1553.24 A Tribute Undated 

70.1553.25 Verso: (Lighthouse and Shore) Recto: (Man in Rocking Chair) Undated 

70.1553.26 Verso: (Athletes) Recto: (Boat, Nautical Figures) Recto: (Hunter Shooting Bird) Verso: (Bird being Shot) Undated 

70.1553.27 (Parlor Scene) (Indian Girl) Undated 

70.1553.29 (Tugboat) Von Dem Kaiser Wilhelm(Figures) Undated 

70.1553.30 Recto: (Two Men in Middle of Road) Verso: (Road with Auto) Indians Attacking Log Cabin Undated 

70.1553.31 (Female and Male Head Sketches) Recto: (Fire Engine) Verso: (Pistol and Mans Hand) Undated 

70.1553.32 (Indian Camp) (Firing from Ships Deck) Undated 

70.1553.33 (Soldier and Horse) Undated 

70.1553.34 (Exotic Scene of Camel and Rider) (Battle Scene at Sea) Undated 

70.1553.35 (Ship at Dock and Old Style Ship) (Caricature) Undated 

70.1553.36 (Black Child Holding Stick) (Arm and Leg Sketches) Undated 

70.1533.37 (Portrait Sketches)Nov. Day Undated 

70.1553.38 (Battle Scene at Sea) (Portrait Sketch-Mid-Eastern Man) Undated 

70.1553.39  (Portrait Sketch-Man) NOTE: 70.1553.39 appears to be the wrong photograph does not match title Undated 

70.1553.40  (Portrait Sketch of Man) Undated 

70.1553.41 Recto: (Misc. Nautical Sketches) Verso: (Sailboat) (Grimacing Man) Undated 

70.1553.42 (Viking Ship) (Muskateer with a glass of wine) Undated 

70.1553.43 (Two ships) (Portrait Sketch of Man) Undated 

70.1553.44 (Military Cartoon) Misc sketches: Mountain Oak, sketch for balloon, gilded by the setting sun/Catholic church cross) Undated 

70.1553.45 (Civil War Battle Scene) Undated 

70.1553.46 E Hopper with Scrolls, Banners Verso: Ship Undated 

70.1553.47 Edward Hopper Drawn by His Sister Undated 

70.1553.49 (Seaman Sitting on Cask) (Man with Knife) Undated 

70.1553.50 (Man Near Lamppost) (Robber, Hanged Men and Various Other Male Figures) (2) Undated 

70.1553.51 Recto: (Snake, Cobra, Weasel, Persp. Dwgs.) (2) Verso: (Tiger, Hunter) Verso: (Geometric Figures, Woman in Sailor Suit) (2) Undated 

70.1553.53 Recto: (Figure in Profile) Verso: (Figs. W/ Boxing Gloves and Scissors) (2) Undated 

70.1553.54 (Woman with Telescope) (Armed Figures) Undated 

70.1553.55  (Riverboat) (St. Louis) Recto: (Sketches of Indians, Boats, Birdnests, Mr. Curry) Verso: (Marian L. Hopper, Indian, misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1553.56  (Firemen in Interior) (Views of Howard Cassard) Undated 

70.1553.58 Verso: (Misc. Sketches) (Boat) Valkyrie III Crossing the Atlantic Undated 

70.1553.59 A British Seaman Drifting (Boat) Undated 

70.1553.60 (Paddleboat) Verso: (Ship) Undated 

70.1553.61 (Misc. Sketches of Heads) (Submarine and Sinking Ship) Undated 

70.1553.62 The Fram in the Ice Undated 

70.1553.63 Verso: (Misc. Sketches) (Misc. Sketches and Woman with Cane) Undated 

70.1553.64 (Horse and Riders, Boy w. Tin Drum) Britania Undated 

70.1553.65 Dunraven Fisherman (Prison Guard) Undated 

70.1553.66 Verso: (Nautical Sketches) Recto: (2 Ships at Sea) (Classical Fig. With Shield) Undated 

70.1553.67 (Soldiers and Peasant in Landscape) (At the Shore) Undated 

70.1553.68 (Girl and Party Dress, Indian and Misc. Sketches)(2) Recto: (Sketches of house, flower, musician and cannon) (2) Verso: (figure sketches) Undated 

70.1553.69  At Newport(Harbor Scene), Street in Karlsbad Undated 

70.1553.70 Recto: (Shipbuilding) Verso: (Misc. sketches) (Misc. sketches, workman, still life) Undated 

70.1553.71 (Studies of Mens Heads) Undated 

70.1553.72 (Soldiers on Island, Man on Horseback) Undated 

70.1553.73  Recto: (Father Time, Studies and Landscape) Verso: (Skull, Cowled Man, Sketches) (Sailboat) (Figure and Face Studies) Undated 

70.1553.73 (Ocean Liner and Tugboat) (Sketches of Egyptian Figs, Sailboat) Recto: (Woman in Sun Bonnet, Man in Rowboat) (2) Undated 

70.1553.74 (Battleship and Torpedo Underwater Scene) Undated 

70.1553.75 An Italian Type Recto: (Fish and Fishing Line, Sailboat) Verso: (2 Sailboats) Undated 

70.1553.76 Gladiator Undated 

70.1553.77 (Farmer Plowing) Sailing Undated 

70.1553.78 (Miscellaneous Sketches, Bearded, Barechested Man, Guns) Undated 

70.1553.79 (Man in Clogs, Landscape) Recto: (Caricatures of Men in Hats) Verso: (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1553.80 (Jacob Wrestling with Angel) Note: Includes one photo which is clearly not this title Undated 

70.1553.81 Recto: (Sketch of Woman and Other Head Studies) (2) Verso: (Head and Boat Studies) (Landscape Sketches) Undated 

70.1553.82 Recto: (Submarine and Guns) Verso: (Man Rowing, Boat Sketches) (Boy Strangling Goose) Undated 

70.1553.83 (Diagram of a Ship) Undated 

70.1553.84 Recto: (2 Sailboats) Undated 

70.1553.85 (Sketches of Men), Nicholas Recto: (Keels of Boats) Verso: (Map of New York)(2) Undated 

70.1553.87 (Man w. Turban and Fig. Sketches) Undated 

70.1553.88 (Male Nude and Muscle Studies) Undated 

70.1553.89 (Dancing Indian and Misc. Figure)(Bugler, Black Natives, Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1553.91 Recto: (House and Figure Studies)(2) Verso: (Studies of Men, Man in Tophat) (Man with Briefcase) Undated 

70.1553.92 (Classical Bust and Head Studies) Undated 

70.1553.93 (Camel and Wagon, Fireman, Other Sketches)(2) Recto: The Prophet Verso: (Small Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1553.94 (Figure In Laboratory) Recto: (Standing, Bending Men and Head Studies) Verso: ( Hand and Head Studies) Undated 

70.1553.95  (Locomotive and Misc. Sketches) Recto: Laughing Apollo Verso: (Egyptian and Gladiator Figures) Undated 

70.1553.99 (Fruit Vendor) Undated 

70.1553.100 Recto: (Old Woman) Verso: (Studies of Heads and Hands) Undated 

70.1553.101 Recto: (Standing Man in Cowl) Undated 

70.1553.102 (Fire House Scene) Undated 

70.1553.103 (Rifleman) Undated 

70.1554.1 (Plenty) Undated 

70.1554.2 (Sailboats) Undated 

70.1554.3 (Civil War Battle) Undated 

70.1554.4 Recto: Piggywig Place Verso: (Misc. Cartoons of Frogs, Mouse) Undated 

70.1554.5 (Princess with Wand) Undated 

70.1554.6  The Old, The New(Cannon Models) Undated 

70.1554.7 (Clipper Ship) Undated 

70.1554.8 (Ship) Undated 

70.1554.9 Recto: (Misc. Sketches of Boat and Cannons) Verso: (Ship at Sea) Undated 

70.1554.10 (Oceanliner) Undated 

70.1554.11 Recto: (Caricature of Man in Glasses) Verso: (Caricature of Man in Hat) Undated 

70.1554.12 Recto: (Ships at Sea) Verso: (Horses Head) Undated 

70.1554.13  (Caricatures) Undated 

70.1554.15 Recto: (Ship with Light Tower) Verso: (Cannon and Ship) Undated 

70.1554.17 Recto: A Rifled Gatling Gun Verso: (Tree Series) Undated 

70.1554.18 Recto: (Men in Ballon) Verso: (Sketches of Horse and Carriage, Boats) (2) Undated 

70.1554.19 Recto: (Caricature of Baldheaded Man) Verso: (Caricature) Undated 

70.1554.20 Recto: (Battleship Tower) Verso: (Misc. Caricatures) Undated 

70.1554.21 (Jousting Knight) Recto: (Horse) Verso: (Horse and Rider) Undated 

70.1554.22 Recto: (Horse and Rider) Verso: (Horse and Rider) Recto: (Ship, Uncle Sam) Verso: (Ship) Undated 

70.1554.23 (Men with Swords) Undated 

70.1554.24 Recto: (Men in Boat) Verso: (Sketch of Man in Buckskins) Undated 

70.1554.25 (Ferris Wheel) Undated 

70.1554.26 Recto: (Sailboat)Recto: (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1554.27  Recto: (Boat Scene) Verso: (King on Throne w. Knight) Undated 

70.1554.30 (Ship) Undated 

70.1554.31 Recto: (Boats with Names) Verso: (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1554.32 (Ship) Undated 

70.1554.33 Recto: (Misc. Figure Sketches) Verso: (Native Figure) Undated 

70.1554.34 (Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1554.35 (Men in Tophats, A Study in Green, Birds) Undated 

70.1554.36 (Sinking Ship, Faces) Undated 

70.1554.37 (Female Figure) Undated 

70.1554.38 Recto: (Conductor, Landscape Sketches) Verso: (Dogs, Figures on Tracks) Undated 

70.1554.39 (Figures with Rifles and Pistols) Undated 

70.1554.40 (Fire) Undated 

70.1555.3 (Docked Boat) Undated 

70.1555.19 (Black Wedding @ Delmonico Hotel) Undated 

70.1556.1 Recto: (Figure in Uniform) Verso: (Two Men Fencing) Undated 

70.1556.2 (Cobra, English Guard) Undated 

70.1556.3 (Ships, Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.4 (Ocean Liner) Undated 

70.1556.5 Recto: (Figure, Bicycle, Horses Head) Verso: (Caricature of Woman) Undated 

70.1556.6 (Ship) Undated 

70.1556.8 (Man Smoking, Fig. Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.9 (Baby, Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.10 (Portrait Study-Woman) Undated 

70.1556.11 (Male Nude) Undated 

70.1556.12 (View of Houses) Undated 

70.1556.13 (Study of Girl) Undated 

70.1556.14 Genius (Mens Heads) Undated 

70.1556.16 (Battle Scene) Undated 

70.1556.17 (Birds-eye View of Naval Ships) Undated 

70.1556.18 (Girl, Man in Profile) Undated 

70.1556.19 Recto: (Daniel in the Lions Den?) Verso: (Landscape) Undated 

70.1556.20 Mowgli (Standing Male Nude) Undated 

70.1556.21 Hard Aground Undated 

70.1556.22 (Woods Scene) Undated 

70.1556.23 (Bugler) Undated 

70.1556.24 Recto: (Harpist) Verso: (Sketches-Mens Faces) Undated 

70.1556.25 (Boats and Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.30 (Figure and Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.31 Recto: (Sea Captain) Verso: (Leading Man) Undated 

70.1556.32 La Gendarme, (Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.33 (Woman in Sailing Costume) Undated 

70.1556.34 (Ship in Storm) Undated 

70.1556.35 (Satanic Head) Undated 

70.1556.36 (Harbor Scene at Night) Undated 

70.1556.38 Recto: (Football Player) Verso: (Football Player) Undated 

70.1556.39 Recto: (Figure and face Sketches) Verso: (Figure with Bow) Undated 

70.1556.40 (Maritime Scene) Undated 

70.1556.41 Recto: (German Officer) Verso: (Ship and Mens Faces) Undated 

70.1556.42 (Cyclist, Indian, Oriental Man) Undated 

70.1556.44 Recto: (Head and Fig. Sketches-Women) Verso: (Man Gesturing) Undated 

70.1556.45 (Boat, Head and Fig. Studies) Undated 

70.1556.46 (Soldiers) Undated 

70.1556.47 (Man Opening Door, Sketches of Mens Heads) (2) Undated 

70.1556.48 Recto: (Figure-Rear) Verso: (Standing Man) Undated 

70.1556.49 (Ship at Sea) Undated 

70.1556.51 (Men of Different Occupations) Undated 

70.1556.52 Diogenes (Boat, Figures) Undated 

70.1556.54 An Ignominious Fate Undated 

70.1556.55 (Plaques and Letters)? Undated 

70.1556.59 (Standing man in profile) Undated 

70.1556.60 (Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.61 (Old Man) Undated 

70.1556.62 (Head and Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.64 (House) Undated 

70.1556.65 Prof. Ivan Composervitch Crazyinski (and Snakes) Undated 

70.1556.67 (Deck Scene, Painter) Undated 

70.1556.68 (Interiors of Ship) Undated 

70.1556.69 (Caricatures) Undated 

70.1556.74 (Couple with Baggage) Undated 

70.1556.75 Friedrich der Grosse Undated 

70.1556.76 Recto: (Sketch of Man) Undated 

70.1556.77 (Battlefield) Undated 

70.1556.79 (3 Men on a Bench) Undated 

70.1556.80 (Countryside Scene, Soldier, Windmill) Undated 

70.1556.81 Recto: (Sketches of golfer, dancers, man on bicycle) (2) Verso: (Standing male in prison cell) Undated 

70.1556.82 Big Game(Man w. Gun, Horses Head, Diver) Undated 

70.1556.83 The King of Beasts and (Camel, Countryside) Undated 

70.1556.86 (Maritime Scenes) Undated 

70.1556.87 (Sailboat and dinghy) Undated 

70.1556.88 Recto: (Seated Black Child) Undated 

70.1556.89 Recto: (Warrior with Shield) Undated 

70.1556.90 (Boy Sledding, Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1556.92 Alone Undated 

70.1556.94 Rain in the Face Undated 

70.1556.96  (Artist in Studio, Horses, Men) Undated 

70.1556.97 (Train and Train Wreck) Undated 

70.1556.98 (Horse-drawn Fire Engine) Undated 

70.1556.99 (Colonial Lady and Gentleman) Undated 

70.1557.1 (Battleship) Undated 

70.1557.2 (Interior scenes of a ship) Undated 

70.1557.4 (Man Running and Architectural Sketch) Undated 

70.1557.6 (Soldier with Bayonet) Undated 

70.1557.7 (Indian) Undated 

70.1557.8 (Political Cartoon) Undated 

70.1557.10 (Indian in Canoe) Undated 

70.1557.11 (Ship at sea) Undated 

70.1557.12 (Eagle with banner) Undated 

70.1557.13 Yachting Undated 

70.1557.14 (Men of Different Nationalities and Occupations) Undated 

70.1557.15 (Ship, Tugboat) Undated 

70.1557.16  (Sailing Ship) Undated 

70.1557.17 Hard Aground (Ruins) Undated 

70.1557.18  (Recreation and travel scenes) Undated 

70.1557.19 (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1557.20 Recto: (Caricature, crossed-out parlor) Verso: (Misc. sketches: boat, figure, bicycle) (2) Undated 

70.1557.22 (Seaman) Undated 

70.1557.25 (Hand and head studies) Undated 

70.1557.26 (Figure studies) Undated 

70.1557.27 (Standing women, sketches of mens heads) Undated 

70.1557.28 (Soldiers) Undated 

70.1557.29  (Military Figure) Undated 

70.1557.30 (Two Military Figures) Undated 

70.1557.31 (Seated Military Figure) Undated 

70.1557.32 (Military Figure with rifle) Undated 

70.1557.33  Recto: (Military Figure, Rear) Verso: (Old Woman and Nude Sketches) Undated 

70.1557.35 (Misc sketches, horse, figure with backpack) Undated 

70.1557.36 Recto: (Landscapes, Rooftops) Verso: (Incidental) Undated 

70.1557.37 (Regatta) with names of ships Undated 

70.1557.38 (Head Studies) Undated 

70.1557.39 Recto: Gesturing Female Fig., Satanic Fig.) Verso: (Viking Ship, Figures, and Teepee) Undated 

70.1557.40 (Eye, Chimney, Barrel) Undated 

70.1557.41 Recto: (Poem-On the Late Chinese War) Verso: (Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1577.42 (Head Studies) Undated 

70.1557.43 (Boat at Sea, Head Studies) Undated 

70.1557.44 (Reclining Nude, Face Studies) Undated 

70.1557.45 (Misc. Sketches-Interior) Undated 

70.1557.46 An Affair of Honor Undated 

70.1557.47 Casey he Danced Undated 

70.1557.49 (Battle Scene) Undated 

70.1557.50 (Battle Ship) Undated 

70.1557.51 (Windmill) Undated 

70.1557.52 (Nude and Shield, Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1557.53 H.M.S. (Battle Ship) Undated 

70.1557.54 A Fisherman Undated 

70.1557.56 Hard Aground Undated 

70.1557.57 Recto: (Caricatures and sketches) Verso: (Standing Woman, Misc. Fig. Sketches) Undated 

70.1557.58 (Studies of Mens Heads) Undated 

70.1557.59 A Spy Undated 

70.1557.60 Recto: (Shipwrecked Scene, Misc. Sketches) Verso: (Sword and Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1557.61 (Mexican Next to Cactus) Undated 

70.1557.63 Recto: A Thick Morning on the Hudson) Undated 

70.1557.64 (Civil War Soldier and Head Studies) Undated 

70.1557.66 (Bowlegged Man w/ Cigar) Undated 

70.1557.67 Recto: (Jockey and Caricatures) Verso: (Circles) Undated 

70.1557.69 (Witchdoctor and white men at Stake) Undated 

70.1557.70 (Misc. Sketches of Household Objects) Undated 

70.1557.71 (Naval Battle) Undated 

70.1557.72 (Figure and Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1557.74 One of a Tough Crew (Misc. Sketches) (Fig. Sketches, Woman in Costume) Undated 

70.1557.75 Recto: (Man Pointing a Pistol) Verso: (Man in a skiff) Undated 

70.1557.76 (Head and Fig. Studies, Boy Shooting Gun) Undated 

70.1557.77 (Amphibian? Figure) Undated 

70.1557.78 (Runner and Other Figures) Undated 

70.1557.79 (Indian) Undated 

70.1557.80  Recto: (Rowboat, Sailboat Anchored, Head Sketches) (2) Verso: (Sailboat, Different Views) 

70.1557.81 (2 Men Conversing) Undated 

70.1557.82 (Dancing Gypsy Woman and Man w. Folded Hands) Undated 

70.1557.83 (Men Carrying Stretcher) Undated 

70.1557.84 Recto: (Seated Woman) Verso: When The Sleeper Wakes Undated 

70.1557.86 Recto: (Standing Woman) Verso: (Torso of a Woman) Undated 

70.1557.87 Recto: (Dancing Woman) Undated 

70.1557.88 (Couple, Seated Woman) Undated 

70.1557.89 Recto: (Man with Sword, Bugler) Verso: (Two Men Running) Undated 

70.1557.90 (Pirates, Classical Head)(Medusa?) Undated 

70.1557.91 (Gesturing Man, Head Studies) Undated 

70.1557.92 (Picador?) Undated 

70.1557.94 (Men Firing Gun from Deck) Undated 

70.1557.95 (Battle Scene) Undated 

70.1557.96 (Cannon) Undated 

70.1557.97 Theres Trouble Comin Undated 

70.1557.98 Recto: (Boats) Verso: (Two Oceanliners) Undated 

70.1557.99 Recto: (Woman Sewing) Stitch, Stitch, Stitch Verso: (Male Nude Studies) Undated 

70.1558.2 Recto: (Dog House, Chicken, Architectural studies) Verso: (Incidental Drawing) Undated 

70.1558.3 (Young Boy Shooting Pistol) Undated 

70.1558.4 (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1558.5 (Mens Faces) Undated 

70.1558.7 (Sketch of Primitive Sculpture) Undated 

70.1558.8  Jack Frost Undated 

70.1558.9 (Woman) Undated 

70.1558.10 Recto: Tammas (Man in Profile) Verso: Marion Hopper Undated 

70.1558.11 (Dancer) Undated 

70.1558.12  (Turpentine Can?) Undated 

70.1558.13  Marius (Dandy) Undated 

70.1558.14 Recto: The Rudder Verso: (Clipper Ship) Undated 

70.1558.15 Recto: Pierre, (Woman, Math Notations) Verso: (Man in Top Hat) Undated 

70.1558.16 Recto: (Canadian Mountie?) Verso: (Sword, Gun) Undated 

70.1558.17 (Workman) Undated 

70.1558.18 (Misc. Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1558.20 Recto: (Leprechuan) Verso: (Boy in Sailor Hat, Other Faces) Undated 

70.1558.21 (Sketches, Man w. Hands Clasped) Undated 

70.1558.22 (Man in Profile) Undated 

70.1558.23 (Ship) Undated 

70.1558.24 A Dago Undated 

70.1558.25 (Sunset) Undated 

70.1558.27 (Mast of Ship) Undated 

70.1558.29 (Two Caricatures) Undated 

70.1558.30 (Cowled Man) Undated 

70.1558.31 Recto: (Ship on Water) Verso: (Horse and Rider-Crossed out) Undated 

70.1558.32  (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1558.33 (Portrait of a Man) Undated 

70.1558.36 (Mother and Daughter in Formal Dress) Undated 

70.1558.37 (Harbor Scene) Undated 

70.1558.38  (Couple at Table in Formal Dress) Undated 

70.1558.40 Dancing Egyptian (Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1558.41 Recto: (Female Nude) Verso: (Man in knickers) Undated 

70.1558.42 Recto: (Monkey, Man in Profile) Verso: (Bridge) Undated 

70.1558.45 A Dutch Fisherman Undated 

70.1558.46 (Caricatures) Undated 

70.1558.47 (Dancing Pirate with no Head) Undated 

70.1558.48 Recto: (Firemen?) Verso: (Hoses Head) Undated 

70.1558.49 Kiplin Undated 

70.1558.51 (Conductor) Undated 

70.1558.52  Artemis by Wanker Undated 

70.1558.53  (Clergyman?) Undated 

70.1558.54  (Old Man) Undated 

70.1558.57 Recto: (Misc. Childish Sketches-Judas) Verso: (Misc. Sketches: Eagle, Elephant, Indian) Undated 

70.1558.58 (Buccaneer) Undated 

70.1558.59 (Flower in Glass of Water) Undated 

70.1558.60 Recto: (Head of a Deer, Clowns Head) Verso: (Incidental Dwg.) Undated 

70.1558.61 Recto: (Two Fashionable Women) Verso: (Mule Before a House) Undated 

70.1558.62 Recto: (Child with Winter Hat) Verso: (Incidental Dwgs.) Undated 

70.1558.63 (Tugboat) Undated 

70.1558.64 (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1558.65 (Battleship) Undated 

70.1558.66 Recto: (Old Man in Bowler Hat) Verso: (Colonial Man) Undated 

70.1558.67 (Profile of a Man) Undated 

70.1558.68 Recto: (Naval Battle) Verso: (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1558.69 Recto: (Ship at Sea) Verso: (Girl with Hair Ribbon) Undated 

70.1558.70 (Man Looking Over His Shoulder) Undated 

70.1558.71 (Man Leaning on Bicycle) Undated 

70.1558.73 (Middle Eastern Landscape w. Mosque) Undated 

70.1558.74 (Sailor) Undated 

70.1558.75 (Butterfly Catcher) Undated 

70.1558.76 Recto: (Horses Head) Verso: Incidental-(Perspective Study) Undated 

70.1558.77 (Head of the Hower after Millet Undated 

70.1558.78  (Pirate) Undated 

70.1558.79 Recto: (Standing Man) Undated 

70.1558.80 Types of Workmen Undated 

70.1558.81 (Men in Lifeboat) Undated 

70.1558.83 (Carpenter) Undated 

70.1558.84 (Couple Lit from Below) Undated 

70.1558.86 (Bride) Undated 

70.1558.87 (Old Man with Cigar) Undated 

70.1558.88 Recto: (Naval Scene) Verso: (Man in Rowboat) Undated 

70.1558.89 Water, water everywhere, nor any a drop to drink Undated 

70.1558.90 (Soldier w. Raised Sword) Undated 

70.1558.91 (Schoolboy) Undated 

70.1558.92 (Farmer with Rifle) Undated 

70.1558.94 (Volcano) Undated 

70.1558.95 Me Fixie You Undated 

70.1558.97 Verso: (Man) (Incidental) Undated 

70.1558.98 (Seascape) Undated 

70.1558.99 (Military Scenes, Misc.) Undated 

70.1558.100 (Bandit) Undated 

70.1559.9 (Ship) Undated 

70.1559.12 (St. George and the dragon and male figure studies) Undated 

70.1559.75 (Standing male figure) Undated 

70.1559.82 Recto: Merry Christmas from Marion (Santa) Verso: Merry Christmas from Marion (erased?) Undated 

70.1559.83 Merry XMAS To Pop from Marion Undated 

70.1559.89 Heste [sic] Prynne Undated 

70.1559.90 (Landscape with building) 1900 

70.1559.98 (Head of a woman) Undated 

70.1560.1 Recto: (Nude and Anatomical Studies) Undated 

70.1560.2 Recto: (Nude Studies) Verso: (Birds, Classical Nudes) Undated 

70.1560.3 (Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1560.4 (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.5 Verso: (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.6 (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.7 (Anatomical and Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1560.8 Recto: (2 Scenes of Models in Studio) Verso: (Anatomical Studies, tennis racket) Undated 

70.1560.9 Recto: (Alphabet Chart, Fig. Studies) Verso: (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.10 (Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.11 (Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.12 Recto: (Anatomical Studies of Hands and Skulls) Verso: (Anatomical Studies of feet and Arms) Undated 

70.1560.13 Recto: (Anatomical Studies w. Notations) Verso: (Anatomical Studies) Undated 

70.1560.14 (Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1560.15 (Misc. Drawings, Ballet Fig. Recalling Degas) Undated 

70.1560.16 (Anatomical Sketches, Heads, Soldier, Mother and Child) Undated 

70.1560.19 Recto: (Architectural Study of House) Verso: (Geometric Studies in Foreshadowing) Undated 

70.1560.20 (Fig., Head and Anatomical Studies) Undated 

70.1560.24 (Figure,Head and Anatomical Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.25 Recto: (Sketches of Figures and Horses) Verso: (Figures on Horseback) Undated 

70.1560.26 (Studies of Heads and a sailboat) Undated 

70.1560.27  (Head of a Woman, Male Nudes, Hands) Undated 

70.1560.28 Recto: (Sketches of Hands, Ballerina, Landscape, Figures) (2) n.d. Verso: (Studies of Men in Hats, Geometric Figs.) Undated 

70.1560.29 Recto: (Anatomical Dwgs., Studies of Heads, Soldiers, Crucifixion, Imps) Verso: (Studies of Figures) Undated 

70.1560.31 (Misc. Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1560.32 (Sheet in seven sections-Studies of Heads, Hands, and Figures) Undated 

70.1560.33 (Studies of Heads) Undated 

70.1560.34 Recto: (Miscellaneous cityscape studies) Verso: (Studies of Nudes, Figures Among Rocks) Undated 

70.1560.35 (8 Segments of Hands, Figure, Anatomical Studies) Undated 

70.1560.36 (Sketch of Beggar, Asphalting Undated 

70.1560.37 (Studies-Nude, Boat and Heads) (Four Landscape Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.38 (Sketches of Frog and Men) (Arabian Dancer w/ Sm. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.39 (Group of Figures) Undated 

70.1560.40 (Figure in Landscape) Undated 

70.1560.41 (Studies of Heads) (Two Male Nude Studies) Undated 

70.1560.42  Scene of Horse-drawn Carriage,Couple,Man in front of House)(2) (4 Scenes of Landscape) Undated 

70.1560.43 (Seated Woman in a Room) Undated 

70.1560.44 (Man Reading on Bed) Undated 

70.1560.45 Satyr and Nymphs (Head of a Man) Undated 

70.1560.46 (Peering Figures) (Lovers, Lovers surprised, Figures) Undated 

70.1560.47 (Figure Hiding Behind Tree) (Still-Life) Undated 

70.1560.48 (Scene of Man Sitting on Stoop-Alley) Undated 

70.1560.49 (Woman Staring at a Candle) Recto: Crippled Beggar Verso: Figure Bending Undated 

70.1560.52 (Anatomical Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.53 (Sketches of Dancers, Heads) Undated 

70.1560.54 (Study of Guns, ink bottle, magn. Glass) Undated 

70.1560.55  (Head Sketches, Landscapes, Standing Male Nude) Undated 

70.1560.56 (Proportion Studies) Undated 

70.1560.57 (Studies of Heads, Standing Man) Undated 

70.1560.58  (Rooftops) Undated 

70.1560.59  (Crowd) Undated 

70.1560.60 (House and Trees) Undated 

70.1560.61 (Child Sketch) Undated 

70.1560.62 (Tunnel) Undated 

70.1560.63 (Outdoor Scene w/ Figures) Undated 

70.1560.64 (Leg) (Port. of Boy w/ White Collar) Undated 

70.1560.65 (Portrait Study and Figure) (Studies of Heads and Hands) Undated 

70.1560.66 (Head of a Young Man) Undated 

70.1560.67 (Seated Male Nude from Rear) Undated 

70.1560.68 (Seated Male Nude) Undated 

70.1560.69 (Hands, Feet and Poles) Undated 

70.1560.70  (Male Nude fr. Rear Holding Stick Across Shoulders)(2) Undated 

70.1560.71  (Foot, Head Study, Standing Nude) Undated 

70.1560.72  (Foot Studies) Undated 

70.1560.73 (Costumed Man on Stool, Rear View and Small Sketches)(2) Undated 

70.1560.74 (Seated Nude and Studies of Heads) Undated 

70.1560.75 (Standing Nude) Undated 

70.1560.76 (Seated Female Nude on Stool fr. Rear-Sm. Sketch of Man)(2) Undated 

70.1560.77 (Seated Man) Undated 

70.1560.78  (Anatomical Leg and Shoulder Studies) Undated 

70.1560.79  (Seated Woman) Undated 

70.1560.80  (Man Drawing) (Foot) Undated 

70.1560.82 (Standing Woman, Sm. Sketch of Man at Easel) Undated 

70.1560.83 (Seated Nude, Rear View) Undated 

70.1560.84 (Muscle Studies) Undated 

70.1560.85 (Houses and Doorway) (Three Figures) Undated 

70.1560.86 (Scenes of Figures) (Standing Figures) Undated 

70.1560.87 (Scene) Undated 

70.1560.88 (Scene with Houses) Undated 

70.1560.89 (Head-Crossed out) (Lone Fig. On Embankment) Undated 

70.1560.91 (Seated Figure) Undated 

70.1560.92 (Head Studies) (Fencer?, Landscapes, Heads) Undated 

70.1560.93 (Sketches of Elderly Woman, Woman Rdng.) Undated 

70.1560.95 (Sketches of Children:Notes of Giorgione) (Notebook page with sketches of boys heads) Undated 

70.1560.101 (Sketches of Mens Heads) Undated 

70.1560.102 (4 Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.103 (Sketches of Figures) Undated 

70.1560.104 (Sketches of Heads and Seated) Undated 

70.1560.105  (Sketches of Men and Women w. Hats)(2) Undated 

70.1560.106 (Half a Male Nude and Foot) (Studies of Hands) Undated 

70.1560.107 (Perspective Drawings) Undated 

70.1560.108 (Standing Men and Heads of Men) Undated 

70.1560.109 (Heads and a Ball) (Heads of Men w. Hats) Undated 

70.1560.110 (3 portrait studies for characters from Don Quixote) Undated 

70.1560.111 (Misc. Sketches) (Geometric Figures) Undated 

70.1560.114 (Studies of Feet) Undated 

70.1560.116 (Dancing Bacchante) Undated 

70.1560.118 (Drapery) Undated 

70.1560.119 (Head Sketches) (Heads) Undated 

70.1560.120  Pan Undated 

70.1560.121  (Anatomical Studies, Sketches of Animals, Man w. Glasses)(2) Undated 

70.1560.122 (Portrait Study) Undated 

70.1560.123 (Nude Woman, Rear View) Undated 

70.1560.124 (Seated Woman) (Woman Standing Xed Out, Various Small Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.125 (Standing Fig. Of Man, Sketch of Hands) (Fig. of Man Facing left) Undated 

70.1560.126 (Standing Fig. of Woman with Umbrella) (Standing Fig. of Woman and Several Ship Sketches) Undated 

70.1560.127 (Standing Fig. of Woman Xed Out, Two Male Heads)(2) (Fisherman Xed Out) Undated 

70.1560.128 (Standing Fig of Woman w. Sketch Of Face and Hand) Undated 

70.1560.129 (Standing Fig. of Man) Undated 

70.1560.131 (Seated Fig. of Man w. Pipe) Undated 

70.1560.132 (Seated Fig. of Woman Facing Left) Undated 

70.1560.135 (Standing Fig. of Woman Xed Out) (Seated Fig. of Woman) Undated 

70.1560.137 (Standing Fig. of an Indian) Undated 

70.1560.138 (Standing Fig. of a Woman) Undated 

70.1560.139 (Standing Fig. of a Man) (Seated Fig. of a Man) Undated 

70.1560.140 (Seated Woman and Mans Head) (Standing Fig. of Woman Xed Out) Undated 

70.1560.141 (Seated Woman) Undated 

70.1560.142 (Standing Female w. Table) Undated 

70.1560.143 (Standing Male Musician and Boat) Undated 

70.1560.144 (Female Head and Hand and Mans Head) (Seated Female, Leg, Hand, Several Male Heads) Undated 

70.1560.145 (Seated Female w. Boat to the Right) Undated 

70.1560.146 (Seated Female Fig. w.Golfer and Trees and Two Male Heads)(2)  Undated 

70.1560.147 (Standing Fig. of a Boy, Sketches of Head and Palm Tree) (Standing Female Nude) (Standing Female Fig.) Undated 

70.1560.148 (Seated Fig. of a Boy) Undated 

70.1560.149 (Female Head) Undated 

70.1560.150 (Standing Male Nude) Undated 

70.1560.151 (Seated Female Nude) Undated 

70.1560.152 (Standing Female Nude) Undated 

70.1560.153 (seated Female Nude, Sketch of a Hand) Undated 

70.1560.154 (Standing Female Nude, Front View) Undated 

70.1560.155 (Sketches of a Female Head and Torsos) Undated 

70.1560.157 (Standing Female Nude, Back View) Undated 

70.1560.158 (Seated Woman Xed Out) Undated 

70.1560.159 (seated Woman Xed Out) Undated 

70.1560.160 (Standing Woman) Undated 

70.1560.161 (Two Men Standing) Undated 

70.1560.163 (Standing Woman w. Chair Back and Head of Man) Undated 

70.1560.164 (Seated Female Nude) Undated 

70.1560.165 (standing Male Nude) Undated 

70.1560.167 (Seated Woman Reading) Undated 

70.1560.169 (Seated Nude Woman Xed Out) Undated 

70.1560.172 (Shoe) Undated 

70.1560.175 (Sketch of Feet) Undated 

70.1560.176 (Nude Man Seated) (Seated Nude Woman) Undated 

70.1560.177 (Sketch of a Hand) Undated 

70.1560.178 (Head of a Woman) Undated 

70.1561.9 (sphinx) Undated 

70.1561.16 (Sailboats) 1895 

70.1561.55 (athlete) Undated 

70.1561.75   (Standing Soldier with helment) 1894 

70.1561.76 (Civil War Soldiers) 1894 

70.1561.83 (Portrait of a woman) 1895 

70.1561.89 The Victor Undated 

70.1561.100 (Birdies on a Tree) Undated 

70.1561.104 (Sketches of boxers, lion and letters) Undated 

70.1561.204  (Skiff) (Ship) Undated 

70.1562.14 (figures exercising?, sailboats) Undated 

70.1562.16 (landscape scene, standing uniformed man, head sketches)(4) (sketches of hats, a man in profile, woman with arms clasped behind her back) Undated 

70.1562.17 (Ship, man with a wrench, head and hat sketches) (Two Men Fighting?) Undated 

70.1562.18 (standing Egyptian figure) Undated 

70.1562.19 (clothing salesman and customer, walking woman and other sketches) Undated 

70.1562.20 (crouching figure, sketches of firemans hat) (head of man with hat and glasses, other sketches) Undated 

70.1562.21 (man shielding his eyes, other figure sketches) (soldier, man aiming pistol) Undated 

70.1562.22 (standing Egyptian figure) Undated 

70.1562.23 (caricature-man with books) (man leaning over table, bicycle rider, sketches of heads)(4) Undated 

70.1562.24 (cityscape, tree) (nocturnal scene, mens heads, cats) Undated 

70.1562.25 (conversation between two men) Undated 

70.1562.26 (horses) Undated 

70.1562.27 vent pipe, a faithful bird, a windy (architectural sketches)(4) Undated 

70.1562.28 dwaradardard(musical notations, sketches of dogs, heads, cubes)(2) Undated 

70.1562.29 (landscape sketch?) Undated 

70.1562.30  (oncoming train, female head) (trains-figure sketches) Undated 

70.1562.32 (horse and rider and sailors) Undated 

70.1562.33 (men in period dress) Undated 

70.1562.34 (Indian with shotgun, landscape with fisherman) Undated 

70.1562.35 (men on sleigh shooting wolves) Undated 

70.1562.37 (bike shop) Undated 

70.1562.38 (sledding and campfire scenes) (train, lighthouse, cannons) Undated 

70.1562.47  Undated 

70.1562.49  Undated 

70.1562.51 (standing woman) Undated 

70.1562.53 (cloaked, seated figure) Undated 

70.1562.54 (figure sketches) (standing figure) Undated 

70.1562.55 (head, study) Undated 

70.1562.56 (cloaked woman in wilderness) Undated 

70.1562.57 (monkeys) Undated 

70.1562.58 Malcolm Gaeme Undated 

70.1562.59 (castle) Undated 

70.1562.60 (bottom half of a con) Undated 

70.1562.60 (saddled horse) (bottom half of a cow-cutoff) Undated 

70.1562.63 (tree and fence) Undated 

70.1562.68 (blacksmith at forge, sketches of heads) Undated 

70.1562.70 (horse and racing buggy) (horse and carriage) Undated 

70.1562.71 (prancing horse and rider) Undated 

70.1562.73  (stone showing Egyptian figures and hieroglyphs) (Egyptian figures) Undated 

70.1562.74 (man serenading woman, heroes of 1317 and 1897 man at table) Undated 

70.1562.75 (Chinese war?) Undated 

70.1562.76  (children on sleds, caricatures) Undated 

70.1562.77  (sled) Undated 

70.1562.79 Spains Ally Undated 

70.1562.80 (Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1562.81 (Battlescene, Bridge Burning, Man on Camel, Man on Horseback)(2) Undated 

70.1562.83 Pinta Undated 

70.1562.84 (Woman with Pipe) (Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1562.85 (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1562.86 (Misc. Nautical Sketches) (Misc. Sketches, Man fr. Rear, Womans Head) Undated 

70.1562.88 (Misc. Sketches) (Ship in Harbor Scene) Undated 

70.1562.90 (Man with Cane) Undated 

70.1562.92 (Misc. Figure Sketches) Undated 

70.1562.93 (Figures Reading with Swords) Undated 

70.1562.94 (Ship at Sea) Undated 

70.1562.95 Vigilant and Valkyrie II Undated 

70.1562.96 (Misc. Figures) Undated 

70.1562.97 (Bronco and Rider) Undated 

70.1562.98 (Cook out in desert) Undated 

70.1562.99 (Military Figures) Undated 

70.1563.2 Shadow Faces (profile sketches) Undated 

70.1563.4 (fire) Undated 

70.1563.5 (horse and carriage) Undated 

70.1563.6 (battle scene) (sketch of arm) Undated 

70.1563.9 (landscape) Untitled Undated 

70.1563.10 (Indian Horse) Undated 

70.1563.11 (landscape with church) Undated 

70.1563.12 (sketch of man with sword) Undated 

70.1563.13 Hagar and Ishmael Undated 

70.1563.15  (Two Ships) Undated 

70.1563.17 (Fire Engine) Undated 

70.1563.19 (still life) Undated 

70.1563.20 (baby) Undated 

70.1563.26 (nude sketches) (sketches of women) Undated 

70.1563.27 (misc sketches and hands and heads) Undated 

70.1563.28 (railroad cars) (Anatomical Studies and Notations) (Anatomical Studies and Standing Female Nude, Notations)(6) Undated 

70.1563.29 (misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1563.30 (misc. figures) Undated 

70.1563.32 (sketches of violin player and Misc. figures) Undated 

70.1563.33 (studies of hands, mathematical notations, geometric figures) Tobacco Undated 

70.1563.34 (man and beggar) Undated 

70.1563.36 (sketches of men and woman with bundles) Undated 

70.1563.37 Brave Man! (caricatures) Undated 

70.1563.39 (sketches of men, ships) Undated 

70.1563.41 (misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1563.42 (misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1563.43 Dead Man on a Warf Undated 

70.1563.45 (Misc. Figures and Heads) Undated 

70.1563.46 (Cowboys, Stove) (Women in Riding Hats) Undated 

70.1563.50 (Butterfly Catcher, Misc. Sketches) (2 Heads, Sailboat) Undated 

70.1563.51 (Nero and other figure sketches) Undated 

70.1563.53 (sketch of man reading, man with walking stick and a scotsman)(2) Undated 

70.1563.54  (misc. sketches, convict in landscape) Undated 

70.1563.55 (landscape sketches) (clown and landscape sketches) Undated 

70.1563.60 (men with guns) Undated 

70.1563.61 (sketches of sailors, cowboys and misc.) (misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1563.62  (misc. sketches, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) Undated 

70.1563.63 (misc. sketches-horse, ink bottle, gun, wrench) Undated 

70.1563.64 (mans head-rear, elf.) Undated 

70.1563.65 (man in tophat) Undated 

70.1563.66 (sketches of donkey, legs, architecture) (Rockland Beach Bathhouse) Undated 

70.1563.70 (man leaning against wall) Undated 

70.1563.71 knowledge and ignorance Undated 

70.1563.72 Robinson Crusoe and misc. sketches) Undated 

70.1563.73 (old Woman w/ Palette) Undated 

70.1563.74 (caricature-manhood) (caricature-man and baby) Undated 

70.1563.78 (artist drawings) (toy soldier) Undated 

70.1563.82 (sketch of mans head) Undated 

70.1563.83 (Coffee Urn) (Ringmaster?) Undated 

70.1563.85 (men standing) Undated 

70.1563.86 Pantry, Bolting his food, A Close Engagement Undated 

70.1563.87 (man in cape, head studies) Undated 

70.1563.88 (portrait sketches of men) (landlady and boarders) (portrait sketch-seated woman) Undated 

70.1563.89 (study-figure) (portrait of a woman) Undated 

70.1563.90 Judas (and young girl) Undated 

70.1563.91 Blithedale Romance (figure study) Undated 

70.1563.92 Samson and Delilah (misc. sketches) (2 landscape scenes, temple on hill) Undated 

70.1563.93 (standing woman with dark coat) Undated 

70.1563.94 (man with pipe) (A Hat) Undated 

70.1563.95 (seated woman) Undated 

70.1563.96 (woman golfer) Undated 

70.1564.1 (Sketch of a hunchbacked man) Undated 

70.1564.2 (figure sketches) Undated 

70.1564.5 (Standing man and monkey) Undated 

70.1564.6  (Composition and figure studies for mural) Undated 

70.1564.7 (Anatomical studies) Undated 

70.1565.1 (seated man straddling chair) Undated 

70.1565.2 (Standing man) Undated 

70.1565.3 (head of a woman) Undated 

70.1565.4 (standing woman with basket) Undated 

70.1565.5 (head of a woman profile view) Undated 

70.1565.6 (Head of a man) Undated 

70.1565.7 (seated man profile view) Undated 

70.1565.8 (head of a woman profile view) Undated 

70.1565.9 (seated woman) Undated 

70.1565.10 (Standing man, profile view) Undated 

70.1565.11 (standing man in peasant costume) Undated 

70.1565.12 (standing ballerina) Undated 

70.1565.13 (Seated woman) Undated 

70.1565.15 (Seated woman profile view) Undated 

70.1565.16 (Seated man at piano) Undated 

70.1565.17 (standing man back view) (standing man, back view, sketches of heads) Undated 

70.1565.18 (seated man) (Anatomical studies) Undated 

70.1565.19 (Standing male nude back view) Undated 

70.1565.20 (Standing female nude profile view) Undated 

70.1565.21 (standing female nude back view) Undated 

70.1565.22 (seated female nude profile view) Undated 

70.1565.23 (Anatomical sketches) Undated 

70.1565.24  (Anatomical study of standing figure)(2) Undated 

70.1565.25 (Standing nude figure) Undated 

70.1565.26 (Standing female nude) Undated 

70.1565.27 (Standing male nude) Undated 

70.1565.28 (Anatomical sketches) Undated 

70.1565.29 (seated male nude) Undated 

70.1565.30 (standing male nude back view) Undated 

70.1565.31 (standing male nude, back view) Undated 

70.1565.32 (standing male nude back view) Untitled Undated 

70.1565.33 (standing female nude, back view) Undated 

70.1565.34 (Assorted sketches) (seated female nude) Undated 

70.1565.35 (standing male nude) Undated 

70.1565.36 (standing male nude profile view) Undated 

70.1565.37 (seated female nude) Undated 

70.1565.38 (Standing male nude) Undated 

70.1565.39 (Anatomical study of standing male) (Sketch of standing man) Undated 

70.1565.40 (seated female nude and sketches of nude) Undated 

70.1565.41 (female nude torso) Undated 

70.1565.42 (Standing male nude) Undated 

70.1565.43 (seated female nude) Undated 

70.1565.48 (figure sketches) Undated 

70.1565.52 (Standing man) Undated 

70.1565.53 (two men in Alpine landscape) Undated 

70.1565.65 (sketches of cow, man and mans head) Undated 

70.1565.66 (Seated woman) (Study after Moses by Michelangelo) Undated 

70.1565.67 (Draped female figure) Undated 

70.1565.68 (Assorted sketches) Undated 

70.1565.69 (seated woman) Undated 

70.1565.70 (Sphinx) (Partial sketches of two women) Undated 

70.1565.72 (standing woman profile view) Undated 

70.1565.73  (perspective and composition studies) (Figure Studies) Undated 

70.1565.75 (Perspective studies) Undated 

70.1565.76 (Steamship) Undated 

70.1565.77 (standing American Indian man) Undated 

70.1565.78 (standing woman with long coat) Undated 

70.1565.92 Samson and Delilah Undated 

70.1566.1 (arm and shoulder studies) Undated 

70.1566.4 (head of a man) Undated 

70.1566.8 (seated woman with bonnet) Undated 

70.1566.9  (standing woman in peasant costume) Undated 

70.1566.10  (middle Eastern woman) Undated 

70.1566.11 (head of a woman in mid-Eastern dress) Undated 

70.1566.15 (standing woman with hat) Undated 

70.1566.17 (head and shoulders of a man) Undated 

70.1566.19 (seated man with newspaper) Undated 

70.1566.20 (head and shoulders of young man) Undated 

70.1566.21 (head and shoulders of a man with moustache) Undated 

70.1566.22 (head and shoulders of woman in cap) Undated 

70.1566.23 (studies-old womens heads) Undated 

70.1566.24 (seated woman-rear) Undated 

70.1566.25 (standing male nude) (profile of woman in bonnet) Undated 

70.1566.26 (seated woman-front left) Undated 

70.1566.27 (old woman seated on footstool) Undated 

70.1566.28 (head and shoulders of a woman) Undated 

70.1566.29 (seated woman in peasant dress) (man in hat and white collar) Undated 

70.1566.30 (young man in a hat, small seascape sketch) Undated 

70.1566.31 (seated old woman and head studies) Undated 

70.1566.32 (peasant, womens heads, angel) Undated 

70.1566.33 (locomotive, woman wearing hat, man in profile) Undated 

70.1566.34 (man near fireplace, two centaurs) Undated 

70.1566.35 (woman with glasses in profile, other sketches of heads) (2) Undated 

70.1566.38 (group of 3 standing women) Undated 

70.1566.43 (landscape with bridge and trees) Undated 

70.1566.45 (plantation house) Undated 

70.1566.46 Head of a cat Undated 

70.1566.48  (old woman, other sketches) Undated 

70.1566.52 (woman and little girl) Undated 

70.1566.64 (seated man, small head sketches) Undated 

70.1566.65 (woman seated in chair) Undated 

70.1566.71 (seated woman with hat) Undated 

70.1566.72 (woman seated in a chair sewing) Undated 

70.1566.73 (standing woman-rear view) Undated 

70.1566.75 (peasant woman on table) Undated 

70.1566.79 (standing man with cane reading) Undated 

70.1566.80 (seated shepherd) Undated 

70.1566.81 (Standing figure in exotic costume) Undated 

70.1566.82 (wounded man) Undated 

70.1566.84 (seated man in chair) Undated 

70.1566.85 (seated figure-drawing-cutoff) (incidental) Undated 

70.1566.86 (seated cowboy lighting cigarette) Undated 

70.1566.87 (standing woman in long gown) Undated 

70.1566.88 (standing woman in colonial dress) Undated 

70.1566.89 (standing sailor) Undated 

70.1566.90 (man in colonial costume) Undated 

70.1566.91 (head and shoulders of a woman wearing a hat) Undated 

70.1566.92 (woman with a hat) Undated 

70.1566.93 (standing man in colonial costume) Undated 

70.1566.94  (woman carrying loaves of bread) Undated 

70.1566.95  (standing woman) Undated 

70.1566.98 (head and shoulders of a woman) Undated 

70.1566.100 (seated old woman) Undated 

70.1566.101 (standing woman with hat) Undated 

70.1566.102 M.C. Durkee (skater) Undated 

70.1566.105 (elephant) Undated 

70.1566.106 (woman in period costume) Undated 

70.1566.107 (scowling men-profiles) Undated 

70.1566.108 (walking soldier) Undated 

70.1566.110 Major McKinley Undated 

70.1566.111 (soldier from rear) Undated 

70.1566.115 (male nude studies) Undated 

70.1566.116 The Landing of Columbus Undated 

70.1566.117 (head of a woman) Undated 

70.1566.118 (seated woman) Undated 

70.1566.119 (head of a black man) Undated 

70.1566.120 (head and shoulders of old man) Undated 

70.1566.121 (profile of old man) Undated 

70.1566.122 (man wearing a cap) Undated 

70.1566.123 (studies of arm and leg) Undated 

70.1566.124 (standing male nude) Undated 

70.1566.125 (standing male nude, foot and hand studies) Undated 

70.1566.126 (standing male nude with strings) Undated 

70.1566.129 (standing male nude-rear view) Undated 

70.1566.130 (standing male nude) Undated 

70.1566.131 (diagrammed seated female nude) Undated 

70.1566.132 (diagrammed seated female nude) Undated 

70.1566.134 (standing male nude) Undated 

70.1566.135 (standing male nude-rear) Undated 

70.1566.136 (reclining female nude) Undated 

70.1566.137 (woman seated, with hands clasped over knee) Undated 

70.1566.138 (man in 17th c. costume) Undated 

70.1566.139 (woman seated on chair profile) Undated 

70.1566.141 (standing male nude-rear) Undated 

70.1566.142 (standing female nude) Undated 

70.1566.143 (standing male nude) Undated 

70.1566.148 (misc figure sketches-cut off) Undated 

70.1566.149 sheepshears (candle holder, caricatures of man) (sketches of men in bowler hats) Undated 

70.1566.150 (shore scene with boathouse and dinghy) Undated 

70.1566.154 (head of a woman) Undated 

70.1566.156 (head and shoulders of a man in profile) Undated 

70.1566.158 (head of a Young man) Undated 

70.1605.1 (Misc. Sketches, Man in Uniform, Banners) Undated 

70.1605.2 (Woman, three quarter View) Undated 

70.1605.3 (Woman Sitting in Chair) Undated 

70.1605.4  (Nude Studies, Shinaw) Undated 

70.1605.5  (Joan of Arc, Portrait Studies) Undated 

70.1605.6 (Unidentified Sketch) Age and Youth Undated 

70.1605.7 (Man in Overcoat w/ Raised Arm) (Misc. Head Sketches and Caricatures) Undated 

70.1605.8 (Seated Woman Reading) Undated 

70.1605.9 (Heads in Profile) (Black Childe w/ Pigtails) Undated 

70.1605.10 (Standing Man from Rear) Undated 

70.1605.11 (Young Man in Profile, Head of Old Man) Undated 

70.1605.12 (Clock) Undated 

70.1605.15 (Compass, pipe) Undated 

70.1605.16 (Early American Figure) Undated 

70.1605.17 (Man w/ Outstretched Arm) Undated 

70.1605.18 (Couple Skating) (Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.19 (Sailboat) Undated 

70.1605.20 (Portrait Sketches-Mexican, Geaser, Cracker, Puncher) (2) Undated 

70.1605.21 (Fashionable Woman-Brunette) Undated 

70.1605.22 In Tow Undated 

70.1605.24 (Tugboat, head sketch) Why not teach the police hypnotism it would do away w/ the club (Cop and Thief) Undated 

70.1605.25 (Man with Shovel) (Fireman, Dramatic Fig., Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.26 (Portrait of a Woman in Profile) Undated 

70.1605.27 (Indian) Undated 

70.1605.28 (Portrait of a Girl) Undated 

70.1605.29 (Man w/ beard in profile) Undated 

70.1605.30 (View of Houses w/ tree in foreground) Undated 

70.1605.31 (Steps and Trees) Undated 

70.1605.32 (Dock Scene) Undated 

70.1605.33 (Boat, Head Sketches) (Trawler, Swimmers) Undated 

70.1605.35 (Man in Graveyard w/ Elf) Undated 

70.1605.37 (Sketch for Recto) (Man in Period Costume w/ Sword) Undated 

70.1605.38 (Sketches of Heads: Scientist, clergy, author, artist, actor) Undated 

70.1605.39 (Woman Sleeping) Undated 

70.1605.40 (Men Shaking Hands and Other Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.41 (Man Stomping Foot) Undated 

70.1605.43 (Misc. Sketches, Indian, Man in Turban) Undated 

70.1605.44  (Armed Men, Soldiers Carrying Stretcher, A Rough Rider)(2) Undated 

70.1605.45 (misc. Sketches, boats, man in tophat, woman in bonnet?) Undated 

70.1605.48 (Man at Desk, Misc. Heads) Undated 

70.1605.49 (Man w. Leg up, Woman on Sofa fr. Rear) Undated 

70.1605.50 (Mowgli, native, running dog?) Undated 

70.1605.51 (Sketch for Helmet on Recto) (Man in Helmet and Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.52 (Anarchism, Allegoric Figure) Undated 

70.1605.53 (Misc. Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.54 (Figure in Veil, Allegorical Figure) Undated 

70.1605.55  (Two Men Fighting) Undated 

70.1605.56  (Jockey and Horse Going Over Jump) Undated 

70.1605.64 (Landscape) Undated 

70.1605.65 (Middle Eastern Fig. w/ knife) Undated 

70.1605.66 (Face) (Boat Scene) Undated 

70.1605.67 (Nude Woman) Undated 

70.1605.68 (Ship) and (Sailor) Undated 

70.1605.69  (Woman Skating) (Sketch of Lion) Undated 

70.1605.71 (A Rapid Fire Field Piece) Undated 

70.1605.72 (Ship at Sea) Undated 

70.1605.73 (Horse, Head Sketches) Undated 

70.1605.74 (After The Squall) Undated 

70.1605.75 The Female Sandow Undated 

70.1605.76 (Fire Engine) Undated 

70.1605.77 (Ship at Sea) (Ships, Pulley Device?) Undated 

70.1605.79 (Fire Scene) Undated 

70.1605.80  (Flowers) Undated 

70.1605.81 (Ship) Undated 

70.1605.82 U.S. MAN OF WAR WASHINGTON Undated 

70.1605.83 (Man w/ Sword and Line-up) Undated 

70.1605.84  (Trains) Undated 

70.1605.85 (Man on Horse) Undated 

70.1605.87 (Sailboat on Wheels) Undated 

70.1605.88 (Horse and Rider, Fig. of Cookie of the Schooner Fred Snow)(2) Undated 

70.1605.90 (Misc. Sketches, Medusae, Artist at Easel, Cossack,etc)(2) Undated 

70.1605.92 (Boats, Heads) Undated 

70.1605.93 (Woman in Bathing Suit Looking Out) Undated 

70.1605.94 (Portrait Studies, The Sleeper Wakes) Undated 

70.1605.95 (Figures Skating and Skiing) (Skater, Broken Ice) Undated 

70.1605.96 (Oriental and Misc. Figures) Undated 

70.1605.97 (Canal Scenes, nude woman w/ bow) Undated 

70.1605.101 (Ship) Undated 

70.1605.102 (Ships) Undated 

70.1693 B and C Ground plans, elevation and cross-sections of South Truro House owned by Hopper Undated 

Subseries 3.5 Oils 



Drawers 7-9

 3.164 Photos and lists 1895-1905 

 3.165 Photos and lists Pre 

 3.166 Photos and lists: Paris 1906-1907 

 3.167 Photos and lists 1908-1915 

 3.168 Photos and lists 1916-1925 

 3.169 Photos and lists 1926-1930 

 3.170 Photos and lists 1931-1939 

 3.171 Photos and lists 1940-1949 

 3.172 Photos and lists 1950-1955 

Subseries 3.6 Watercolors 



Drawers 7-9

 3.173 Photos and lists 1895-1907 

 3.174 Photos and lists 1910-1924 

 3.175 Photos and lists 1924-1925 

 3.176 Photos and lists 1926 

 3.177 Photos and lists 1927-1928 

 3.178 Photos and lists 1929-1930 

 3.179 Photos and lists 1931-1935 

 3.180 Photos and lists 1936-1938 

 3.181 Photos and lists 1941-1965 

 3.182 Slides, Miscellaneous 

Subseries 3.7 Catalogue Raisonne photographs 



Drawers 7-9

 3.183 Photos and lists: Alphabetical list of Hopper Works 

 3.184 Caricatures 

 3.185 Watercolors, Index 1996 

 3.186 Watercolors, W 001 - W 125 

 3.187 Watercolors, W 126 - W 181 

 3.188 Watercolors, W 182 - W 284 

 3.189 Watercolors, W 285 - W 331 

 3.190 Watercolors, W 332 - W 357 

 3.191 Watercolors, no W number 

 3.192 Oils, index 

 3.193 Oils, O 001 - O 234 

 3.194 Oils, O 235 - O 340 

 3.195 Oils, O 341 - O 366 

 3.196 Oils, Miscellaneous, O 001 - O 249, 1 of 2 

 3.197 Oils, Miscellaneous, O 001 - O 249, 2 of 2 

 3.198 Oils, Miscellaneous, O 250 - O 355 

 3.199 Illustrations, I 001 - I 030 

 3.200 Illustrations, I 031 - I 060 

 3.201 Illustrations, I 061 - I 090 

 3.202 Illustrations, I 091 - I 122 

 3.203 Illustrations, I 123 - I 150 

 3.204 Illustrations, I 151 - I 225 

 3.205 Illustrations, I 226 - I 300 

 3.206 Illustrations, I 301 - I 369 

 3.207 Illustrations, I 370 - I 400 

 3.208 Illustrations, I 401 - I 442 

 3.209 Illustrations, negatives 

 3.210 Illustrations, transparencies, 1 of 4 

 3.211 Illustrations, transparencies, 2 of 4 

 3.212 Illustrations, transparencies, 3 of 4 

 2.213 Illustrations, transparencies, 4 of 4 

 3.214 Related images 

Subseries 3.8 Thematic photographs 



Drawers 7-9

 3.215 Works after other artists, 1 of 2 

 3.216 Works after other artists, 2 of 2 

 3.217 Hopper signatures 

 3.218 Non-WMAA Hoppers 

 3.219 Art works relating to Hopper: American influences A-G 

 3.220 Art works relating to Hopper: American influences H-Z 

 3.221 Art works relating to Hopper: European influences A-G 

 3.222 Art works relating to Hopper: European influences H-M 

 3.223 Art works relating to Hopper: European influences N-Z 

 3.224 Art works relating to Hopper: Matthew Brady photographs 

 3.225 Locations painted by Hopper 

 3.226 Literary themes 

Subseries 3.9 Negatives and transparences 



Drawers 7-9

 3.227 Etchings 

 3.228 Commercial illustrations 

Subseries 3.10 Slides 



Drawers 7-9

 3.229 Miscellaneous Bequest work, shot in 1972 

Series 4: Biographical and personal papers c.1894-1968   1.75 Linear feet

Arrangement note

Eight subseries, arranged as described below:

4.1 Correspondence

4.2 Hopper photographs

4.3 Portraits of Hopper by other artists

4.4 Life documents

4.5 Life chronology

4.6 Interviews with Hopper

4.7 Notes and memoirs about Hopper

4.8 Miscellaneous personal items

The original correspondence is fragile; photocopies are not permitted. Material restricted as marked on folders.

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of correspondence, photographs, and other material documenting Hopper’s life. Correspondence files include original correspondence relating to Hopper’s association with the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as personal letters on a variety of subjects. A large group of photocopied correspondence is more wide-ranging. Also included are photographs of Hopper and family members, as well as portraits of him by other artists; and miscellaneous photographs of items related to Hopper. Life documents include material on Hopper family history, copies of birth certificates, report cards, art school receipts, wills, and photographs of the cemetery headstones for Hopper and his wife. A life chronology details Hopper’s activities and artistic output by year. Unpublished memoirs and interviews offer personal perspectives on Hopper from other artists and friends. The final grouping includes notes made by Whitney curator Lloyd Goodrich after conversations and studio visits with Hopper. See below for more detail.

4.1 Correspondence 4.1.1 Original correspondence Correspondence between Edward Hopper and the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1936-1964. Included here are letters exchanged between Edward Hopper and Whitney directors Juliana Force and Lloyd Goodrich. Of particular significance is Hopper’s earliest letter (dated April 27, 1936) to Mrs. Force in which he tells her that he would have been “very much disappointed” if she had exchanged a watercolor entitled House on Pamet River for another then on view at the Rehn Gallery. Several letters from the 1940s relate to the American Art Research Council’s project to document Hopper’s work. In a 1959 letter, Hopper tells Goodrich that a gallery that planned to mount a show of work by his wife, Jo Hopper, had closed, and sends him an article (not included here) about her work, noting that the painting by Jo reproduced is “the best cat and woman picture I have ever seen.” With a letter dated May 18, 1961, Hopper sends Goodrich a copy of a very complimentary letter he has just received from art historian James Thomas Flexner. The later correspondence exchanged between Goodrich and Hopper is about the Whitney’s 1964 Hopper retrospective exhibition.

See also: Series 4.1.2: Biographical and personal papers—Correspondence—Photocopies of correspondence in other archives, which includes copies of other letters exchanged between Hopper and the Whitney. Series 5.1: Josephine Nivison Hopper Papers—Correspondence Series 8.1.6: Curatorial files—Lloyd Goodrich—American Art Research Council

Personal correspondence, 1894, 1932-1964, and undated The oldest letter in this miscellaneous group is a form letter dated October 18, 1894 from the Publishers Youth’s Companion regarding a short story contest. A significant Hopper letter dated October 29, 1939 is addressed to Charles H. Sawyer at the Addison Gallery of American Art, responding to Sawyer’s request that he “explain painting with words.” Also included is a letter dated March 26, 1932 from Henry W. Tomkinson congratulating Hopper on his decision to have “the independence and honesty to refuse election to the Academy”; a 1944 request from an unidentified writer for information on a painting to be included in an exhibition at the Boston Museum; a letter dated October 28, 1944 from Wildred Shattuck, sending Hopper a drawing he had made of a bicycle rider; a 1964 letter from James Biddle, Curator at the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, about the possibility of publishing a book on Hopper’s drawings, to which Hopper replies in the negative, indicating that such a book would “inadequately express what I attempt to do in my painting”; and an undated, incomplete draft for Hopper’s letter to “Mr. M.” regarding an exhibition “to honor Ed Root.” A small group of postcards were sent to Hopper and his wife by traveling friends.

See also: Series 4.1.2: Biographical and personal papers—Correspondence—Photocopies of correspondence in other archives

Elizabeth [“Bee”]Cameron Blanchard correspondence, 1933-54, and undated Letters to Mrs. John Osgood Blanchard (Elizabeth [“Bee”] Cameron Blanchard), requesting loans of her Edward Hopper works from representatives of museums including: Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and A. Conger Goodyear of The Museum of Modern Art; The Arts Club of Chicago; Smith College Museum of Art; Wadsworth Atheneum; Boston Museum of American Art (which was affiliated with MoMA, New York); Homer Saint-Gaudens of the Carnegie Institute; Art Institute of Chicago; Lloyd Goodrich of the Whitney Museum of American Art; and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Also included are 5 chatty letters and a postcard to Blanchard from Jo Hopper, who was a good and long-time friend. In several, Jo laments the passing of their friend Anne Tucker. In a separate folder are a 1926 New York Sun article about Mrs. Blanchard and her art collection, and a 1986 letter from Whitney curator Deborah Lyons to Margaret Tyler regarding the ownership of this collection of letters.

4.1.2 Photocopies of correspondence in other archives Index to Hopper correspondence Alphabetical subject index compiled by Whitney staff of photocopied Hopper correspondence. People, organizations, exhibitions, and subjects are cross-referenced by date to the letters.

General correspondence, 1906-1965 This extensive file of Hopper correspondence was assembled by Whitney curators from various private and public collections. It is arranged chronologically, and includes transcriptions and photocopies of letters to, from and about Hopper. The earliest letters date from Hopper’s stay in Paris as a young student. On some of the material included here, the source collection is indicated; there are letters from the Archives of American Art; the Elizabeth Amis Cameron (Hopper) Blanchard Papers in the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Newberry Library, Chicago; University of Texas at Austin, and other collections. Correspondents include members of the Hopper family, including Edward’s mother, and Josephine Nivison Hopper (before and after their marriage), as well as letters from Jo Hopper to other correspondents that refer to her husband. Individual correspondents included; Carl Zigrosser; John Clancy, Lloyd Goodrich, and other artists including Henry Schnakenberg; Guy Pene du Bois; Raphael Soyer and others. Also included are letters to and from representatives of various institutions, including Frank Rehn of the Rehn Gallery; the Museum of Modern Art; the Arts Club of Chicago; Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Museum of Arts Association, Indianapolis; and many others.

See also: Series 9.4: Prints, Hopper collages, for greeting cards Series 5.2: Josephine Nivison Hopper papers—Correspondence Series 8.1.1: Curatorial files—Lloyd Goodrich—Correspondence

Letters from the Archives of American Art, 1924-1955 Arranged chronologically, this folder contains transcripts of Hopper letters microfilmed by the Archives of American Art. Also included are notes on material relating to Hopper and other in the Archives of American Art. 4.2 Hopper photographs Included here are photographs of Edward Hopper, family members, and friends, as well as items related to Hopper. The Family and Friends group includes photographs of Hopper at various ages. Some depict him at work; some show Hopper with his wife, Josephine. Family photographs include images of his parents, Garret Henry Hopper and Elizabeth Griffths Smith Hopper, and his sister Marion Hopper. Also found here is correspondence regarding the photographs, and a group of transparencies. The Hopper possessions and miscellaneous group includes Hopper’s photographs of Paris, advertisements for his father’s dry good business; art owned by the Hopper family; receipts for The Correspondence School of Illustrating; letters and postcards; artist supplies; and early drawings.

4.3 Portraits of Hopper by other artists Includes photographs of portraits, all of which are drawings, by Biehl, William V. Graff, Walter Tittle, and Guy Pene du Bois.

4.4 Life documents Genealogy-family history Includes correspondence with Holland Society of New York and Association of Blauvelt Descendants regarding Hopper family history; birth and death information on Marion Hopper; copies of clippings noting the deaths of Hopper’s parents; and information on various Hopper family members

Birth certificates Certified photocopies of birth certificates for Edward and Josephine N. Hopper; information regarding Marion Hopper’s birth

Schooling Photocopies and photographs of Edward Hopper’s report cards, New York State Regents examination records, and certificates from elementary and high school

Receipts – Art school Photocopies and photographs of receipts for lessons from The Correspondence School of Illustrating, and the New York School of Art

Receipts – Miscellaneous Photocopies of receipts for stationery, lodgings and other items.

Wills Photocopies of the last will and testament of Edward Hopper and of Josephine N. Hopper.

Cemetery headstones Photographs of the headstones of Garret H. and Elizabeth Hopper, and of Edward and Josephine N. Hopper.

4.5 Life chronology Year by year sheets detailing Hopper’s personal and professional activities. This material was compiled by Lloyd Goodrich, and probably was added to by subsequent Whitney curators.

4.6 Interviews with Hopper This folder includes partial transcripts interviews with Edward Hopper, including the draft of an article by Joan Dye based on interview with Ed and Jo Hopper, 1955; Bill Johnson, “Hopper cover research,” draft for Time magazine cover story, October 30, 1956, based on interview with Hopper; Brian O’Doherty interviewing Edward and Jo Hopper, 1961, and notes about that interview; William Inness Homer interviewing Edward and Jo Hopper in May 21 and 28, 1964; and Arlene Jacobwitz interviewing him for the Brooklyn Museum’s “Listening to Pictures” Gallery, 1966 and 1968. See also: Series 3.5: Clippings and printed matter—Published interviews and conversations.

4.7 Notes and memoirs about Hopper: Lloyd Goodrich notes on conversations with Hopper This folder holds the curator’s notes on conversations he had with the artist on 20 April 1946 and 21 April 1947. The first began as Hopper considered his biography in a catalogue for an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, and includes comments on the accuracy of that biography, and elaborations on it. The later conversation occurred as Hopper showed Goodrich the early paintings he had in his studio, as Hopper answers Goodrich’s questions about them. Also included are Goodrich’s notes after that conversation on the paintings he had seen.

Memoirs: other artists This group includes information from published and unpublished sources in which artists write about their encounters with Hopper. These include Louis Bouche (from Bouche papers at the Archives of American Art); Alexander Brook (photocopy of a letter to Thomas Armstrong); William Pellicone of the Allan Stone Gallery (letter to WMAA); Henry Varnum Poor (from Poor papers at the Archives of American Art); Eric Schwartz (letter to Lloyd Goodrich); John Sloan (letter from his wife enclosing notes from Sloan’s 1947 diary); Raphael Soyer (photocopied excerpts from his book Self-Revealment: A Memoir); an excerpt from “Tittle’s autobiography”

Memoirs: Guy Pene du Bois and Yvonne Penne du Bois McKinney Included here are excerpts from the diary of artist Guy Pene duBois from 1918 about his acquaintance with Hopper; a typescript by Guy’s daughter, Yvonne, entitled “Edward Hopper…A Vignette,” about her friendship with Hopper; an account by Yvonne about how her father and Hopper met and their relationship; and excerpts about Hopper from Guy Pene DuBois’ book Artists Say the Silliest Things, 1940.

Memoirs: friends and acquaintances Similar to the group above, this folder includes reminiscences about Hopper by people who knew him at various times and in various ways: Francis Baldwin (a cousin; typed quote); Elizabeth Voorhees Cornell Benton; letter and interview excerpt); Lois Saunier Carlson (a neighbor from Nyack; typescript, “My Happy Memories of ‘Auntie’ Hopper,” about Hopper’s mother and sister; John Clancy (worked at the Rehn Gallery; interview transcript); Etta Faulkner (her mother did domestic work from Ed and Jo Hopper, and became friendly with them; letter, and typed recollections from her sister Stella F. Barnette); Bernd Gencke (relationship unclear; record of telephone conversation with Jo Hopper, 25 August 1966); Richard Lahey (relationship unclear; from “Reminiscences: Artists I Have Known” in the Lahey papers at the Archives of American Art); Peter Pollack (photographed Ed and Jo Hopper; typed reminiscences); Malcolm Preston (writer; interview excerpts included in paper/article); Edward D., Whelan (Hopper collector; notes from telephone conversation); Gerald R. Wolfe (knew Hopper at 3 Washington Square North; letter).

4.8 Miscellaneous personal items Book, inscribed to “ma petite Xantippe”: Paperback copy of The Steep Ascent by Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1944), with an inscription in Hopper’s hand on the inside front cover. The inscription is presumably to his wife, Jo. Book cover, The Quest of the Overself, by Paul Brunton: a seven digit phone number is written on the reverse

Medals: Correspondence regarding the donation of three medals won by Hopper, as well as the medals themselves (Temple Gold Medal, 1935; Corcoran Gold Medal, 1937; and the MacDowell Medal, 1955.

Yearbook of the National Institute of Arts and Letters/American Academy of Arts and Letter, 1962. Inscribed inside “Edward Hopper/His copy” in his wife Josephine’s hand. Hopper was a member of both the National Institute of Arts and Letters (elected 1945) and the American Academy of Arts and Letters (1955); he won the Institute’s Gold Medal for Painting in 1955.

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: The original correspondence is fragile; photocopies are not permitted. Material restricted as marked on folders.

Subseries 4.1 Correspondence 



Drawers 9-10

 4.001 Correspondence between Hopper and WMAA 1936-1964 

 4.002 Personal correspondence 1894-1964 

 4.003 Personal postcards 

 4.004 Elizabeth Cameron Blanchard correspondence, 1 of 3 1933-1954 

 4.005 Elizabeth Cameron Blanchard correspondence, 2 of 3 1933-1954 

 4.006 Elizabeth Cameron Blanchard correspondence, 3 of 3 1933-1954 

 4.007 Index to Hopper correspondence 

 4.008 General correspondence Earliest  

 4.009 General correspondence 1920-1932 

 4.010 General correspondence 1933-1936 

 4.011 General correspondence 1937-1939 

 4.012 General correspondence 1940-1943 

 4.013 General correspondence 1944-1949 

 4.014 General correspondence 1950-1954 

 4.015 General correspondence 1955-1959 

 4.016 General correspondence 1960-1962 

 4.017 General correspondence 1963 

 4.018 General correspondence 1964-1965 

 4.019 General correspondence 

 4.020 Letters from the Archives of American Art 1924-1955 

Subseries 4.2 Hopper photographs 



Drawers 9-10

 4.021 Hopper possessions 

 4.022 Family and friends: Elizabeth Griffiths Smith Hopper (mother) 

 4.023 Family and friends: G. H. Hopper (father) 

 4.024 Family and friends: Marion Harper (sister) 

 4.025 Family and friends: Other relatives and friends 

 4.026 Family and friends: Transparencies 

 4.027 Edward Hopper: General, 1 of 2 

 4.028 Edward Hopper: General, 2 of 2 

 4.029 Edward Hopper: With wife Josephine Nivison Hopper 

 4.030 Edward Hopper: At work 

 4.031 Edward Hopper: Studio portraits 

 4.032 Edward Hopper: Correspondence and photocopies 

 4.033 Edward Hopper: Youth 

Subseries 4.3 Portraits of Hopper by other artists 



Drawers 9-10

 4.034 Portraits of Hopper by other artists 

Subseries 4.5 Life chronology 



Drawers 9-10

 4.042 Compiled by Lloyd Goodrich 

Subseries 4.6 Interviews with Hopper 



Drawers 9-10

 4.043 Transcripts 

Subseries 4.7 Notes and memoirs about Hopper 



Drawers 9-10

 4.044 Notes: Goodrich on Hopper conversations 

 4.045 Memoirs: Guy Pene du Bois and Yvonne Pene du Bois MacKinney 

 4.046 Memoirs: Other artists 

 4.047 Memoirs: Friends and acquaintances 

Subseries 4.8 Miscellaneous personal items 



Drawers 9-10

 4.048 Book inscribed by Hopper 

 4.049 Book cover 

 4.050 Medals: Correspondence regarding 

 4.051 Medals 

 4.052 Yearbook of the National Institute of Arts and Letters/American Association of Arts and Letters 1962 

Series 5: Josephine Nivison Hopper Papers 1920-1965   0.75 Linear feet

Arrangement note

Four subseries, arranged as described below: 5.1 Correspondence 5.1.1 Original correspondence 5.1.2 Transcribed correspondence 5.2 Notes 5.3 Photographs of her work 5.4 Press clippings

Scope and Contents note

This series is comprised of correspondence, notes photographs and press clippings relating to Edward Hopper’s wife Josephine Nivison Hopper. Jo Hopper was a successful artist in her own right before her marriage to Edward, and continued to work after their marriage. In addition, she served at times as her husband’s agent and advocate. Some of the material included here relates to Edward, some to Jo, and some to both. See descriptions below for more information.

5.1 Correspondence 5.1.1 Original correspondence Original correspondence—Whitney Museum of American Art, 1943-1965, and undated: Included here are letters written by Mrs. Hopper to members of the staff of the Whitney Museum, including Lloyd Goodrich and Rosalind Irvine (also addressed as Rosalind Irwin). Some of this correspondence relates to her husband’s work and his relationship with the museum; some is of a personal nature; and some relates to Jo’s own participation in shows at the Whitney. About Edward Hopper: Mrs. Hopper often acted as her husband’s secretary, handing his business affairs. She also kept detailed records of his work, as she notes in a 1943 postcard to Whitney director Juliana Force: “For years past I have been keeping a ledger including most of the data you are interested in concerning E. Hopper,” referring to the ledger books that are now in the Whitney collection. Personal and professional details about Edward Hopper emerge at times in these letters. For example, in Jo’s letter to Lloyd Goodrich dated August 27, 1953, she relates that “Edward is in the throes of starting his first canvas this year…” On April 2, 1954, she reports that “E. Hopper was operated upon at the N.Y. Hospital early yesterday A.M.,” and describes his accommodations. At the close of her July 28, 1959 letter to Irwin she reports on her husband’s “weakness.” Several weeks later, Jo tells Goodrich that, “Health of E.H. somewhat improved, so after months of sterility, he starting canvas – man staring at spot of sunlight on floor and scandallous [sic] background. Did he kill her? Can’t tell yet. This, of course, not his interpretation…,” and then notes that she is his model for this work. In a particularly important letter dated September 23, 1959, Jo tells Goodrich that Hopper thinks the recently completed painting noted in the earlier correspondence “is his best,” and comments that “It may be that Edward won’t stand for naming the new picture ‘Excursion Into Philosophy’,” which it was finally titled. A letter from Jo to Goodrich, dated June 11, 1960, discusses a “recent episode” at the Whitney, and notes that “Edward, so inarticulate, is deeply conscious of his debt to the Whitney, over all the years and years. It all began there!” A letter dated August 29 [1964] includes a long list of guests the Hoppers would like to invite to Edward’s upcoming retrospective exhibition.

Personal: Mrs. Hopper seems to have developed a fond personal relationship with Rosalind Irvine (also addressed as Irwin), and sends her postcards and notes during travels with her husband or from the Truro house, as well as correspondence relating to museum matters.

Josephine Hopper’s own career: In a letter dated March 23, 1953, Jo mentions to Lloyd Goodrich that he had given “some thought…to including one of my canvases in the big Whitney show last fall.” After some self-deprecating remarks, she closes with “Thanking you for the lovely flowers so bravely tossed across the line of established negation.” On August 27, 1953, Jo tells Goodrich that she has received the entry blank and posted it, apparently relating to her participation in an exhibition at the museum. In an undated letter to Rosalind Irvine, Jo asks, “Could it have been due to your uphill efforts last fall that one of my pictures was thought of for that big show? How really sweet of you to do this and for another female!” She goes on to comment on “how badly I behaved” with regard to the Whitney, and comments on her husband’s lack of support for her own career.

See also: Series 4.5.1, Edward Hopper’s correspondence with the Whitney Museum of American Art. Edward’s letters to Goodrich and others fill in the relationship between the artist and the museum. Series 4.1.1: Biographical and personal papers—Correspondence—Elizabeth [Bee] Cameron Blanchard correspondence Correspondence—original: with Catherine H. Campbell, 1949 and undated. These letters were sent to Campbell by Jo Hopper who addresses Campbell her as “Kay.” They are chatty and informal, often referring to the Campbell’s children. Several include references to Edward Hopper’s health, and to Jo and Edward Hopper’s travels. Also included are seven Christmas cards, several with short notes from Jo.

In 1971, these letters were sent by Kay Campbell to Lloyd Goodrich (see letter from Mrs. Campbell in the folder marked Correspondence with Catherine H. Campbell – about).

Correspondence – original: with Marian Hopper, 1948-53: This small group includes a partial draft of a “report to Marion at time of discharge from Hosp. the 1st time, Mar. 1948,” and two letters from Marian to Jo. In the first letter from Marian, she closes saying that, “I am sorry Ed does not like Nyack. He could make some swell pictures. They’d be a change from Cape Cod.”

See also: Series 5.1.2: Josephine Nivison Hopper papers--Correspondence – Transcribed, below, for transcriptions of letters from Jo Hopper to Marion Hopper, 1932-65

Correspondence – original: general, 1933-64 and undated. The letters in this group are written by Jo Hopper to miscellaneous friends and acquaintances; some appear to be drafts. Of particular interest are the following: June 24, 1933 letter to Mrs. Proctor, noting that “the art of E. Hopper is so fundamental in its character, it’s like the Lincoln or G. Washington – for best American tradition. There is an honest, simplicity, proud appreciation of sound construction, noble mouldings, the kind of land it’s built on. Reality seen clearly and given to dignity. A God fearing quality…”; June 22 1945 to Estelle Mandell at Associated Artists, reporting that “E. H. won’t do the lithograph of Night Hawks we had so neatly planned,” because it would “bore him to death.” In this same letter, she also notes a show of her own work; August 24, 1952 letter to Mrs. Joan Van Kirk, asking “if you will give us the necessary easement from your pole which is the last in line in our direction” so that the Hoppers can get electric service in the Truro home; September 22, 1956, to Dr. Vincent, “How fine for my husband, Edward Hopper, to be given the handsome Huntington Hartford award. That husband of mine is given to understatement – if any – and enthusiasm has never been known to really bubble.” She also notes that she’d like to go to wherever Dr. Vincent is “at least a little while so as to see if E. Hopper finds that country good hunting ground for him – and I want to paint my (pitifully female, elas) version of that canyon…”; and February 11, 1964 to Mr. And Mrs. (Lila) Harnett (typed transcription sent to Lloyd Goodrich), Jo notes that “Sugar Maples was painted in the early fall of 1938 on the property of Bob Slater at S. Royalton Vt. Were we were staying at the time,” and details the work done on that trip.

The undated correspondence includes a draft of a letter to The New Yorker, noting that in a performance of “I Remember Mama,” one member of the cast – the cat – is not “given a square deal” during the final curtain call; a letter from photographer Berenice Abbott sending a bill to be forwarded; and a draft of a letter to “Darlings,” welcoming them to the Cape; and a map detailing the route to the Truro house.

Correspondence – original: postcards, 1962 and undated. Six postcards sent to Jo Hopper by traveling friends.

5.1.2 Correspondence – transcribed: 1920-24, 1932-65 Typed transcriptions of letters written by Jo Hopper to many correspondents. The earlier letters, dated 1920-24, predate her marriage to Edward Hopper and primarily concern her work at PS 122 in New York City. The vast majority of these letters are addressed to Jo’s sister-in-law, Marion Hopper, and concern health and domestic matters; most also contain a report of what Edward is up to. Other correspondents include Jo’s mother-in-law, Elizabeth Hopper, and Elizabeth [Bee]Cameron Blanchard. There are also several letters from Edward Hopper to Marion included in this transcript.

See also: Elizabeth [Bee] Cameron Blanchard correspondence, Series 4.1.1.

5.2 Notes: Personal: This folder includes “Happy Birthday to mi caro Eddy” in Jo’s hand, and a small paper on which “Mr. Edward Hopper requests the pleasure of Josephine Hoper at dinner Wednesday 1pm.”

On the Truro house: a small notebook marked on one side: “House II: notes on furnace from 1953 -- Some Expenses/Engine for pump/Distances/Taxes since 1951/Acquisitions 1954 on.” Inside are notes and drawings relating to house maintenance; distances in miles from the Hopper house to other local locations; an account of “Attempts to get Electric”; and other notes relating to the maintenance and repair of the home in Truro. When this notebook is flipped over, it is marked “III House – Things to do when leaving, arriving. Inside, from this vantage, is a listing of what should be done in either instance. Also included in this folder are several small items that were enclosed in this notebook, including a list of frame sizes, some with painting titles.

Miscellaneous: this group of papers includes a short list of “Favorites,” including three phrases; a day-by-date recounting of her whereabouts from July 2 through early October in an unspecified year; notes about photographers noting that “E.H. has been the victim of sundry photographers”; and instructions for an embroidery project.

5.3 Photographs of her work Photographs of drawings and other art work by Josephine N. Hopper in the Schiffenhaus collection. Included are photographs of pages from two sketchbooks, a group of drawings, and a miscellaneous (and unidentified) group of paintings and drawings. UPDATE WHEN SANBORN MATERIALS ARE ADDED

5.4 Press clippings This folder holds a photocopy of Jo’s drawing of a group of children used in The Masses, July 1914, and an article about her from the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram-Gazette, February 1, 1959.

Subseries 5.1 Correspondence 



Drawer 10

Subseries 5.1.1 Original correspondence 



Drawer 10

 5.001 With Catharine H. Campbell 1949 

 5.002 With Catherine H. Campbell, Christmas greetings 

 5.003 With Catharine H. Campbell, to Lloyd Goodrich 

 5.004 With WMAA 1943-1965 

 5.005 With WMAA 

 5.006 Postcards undated 

 5.007 General 1933-1964 

 5.008 General   Drawer 10

 5.009 With Marion Hopper 1944-1949 

Subseries 5.1.2 Transcribed correspondence 



Drawer 10

 5.010 1920-1924 1920-1924 

 5.011 1932-1939 1932-1939 

 5.012 1940-1943 1940-1943 

 5.013 With Marion Hopper 1944-1949 

 5.014 1949-1965 1949-1965 

 5.015 Photocopies 

Subseries 5.2 Notes 



Drawer 10

 5.016 Personal 

 5.017 On the Truro house 

 5.018 Miscellaneous 

Subseries 5.3 Photographs of her work 



Drawer 10

 5.019 Sketchbook #1, Schiffenhaus Collection, pp. 1-15 

 5.020 Sketchbook #1, Schiffenhaus Collection, pp. 16-21 

 5.021 Sketchbook #2, Schiffenhaus Collection 

 5.022 Drawings, Schiffenhaus Collection 

 5.023 Schiffenhaus photographs, unnumbered, miscellaneous 

 5.024 Lost work, 1 of 4 

 5.025 Lost work, 2 of 4 

 5.026 Lost work, 3 of 4 

 5.027 Lost work, 4 of 4 

Subseries 5.4 Press Clippings 



Drawer 10

 5.028 Clippings 

Series 6: Administrative Files c.1968-1995   1.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents note

This series includes material from Whitney Museum administrative and curatorial offices regarding the acquisition, organization, cataloging, and preservation of Edward Hopper work in the museum’s collection. This includes files on the bequest of Josephine N. Hopper in 1968; the subsequent cataloging and conservation of work from that bequest; and ledger books kept by Edward and Josephine Hopper, detailing his oeuvre. Also included in material on funding for support of the Hopper collection, and material on the creation of the Hopper Research Collection.

Arrangement note

3 subseries: 6.1 Hopper bequest 6.2 Hopper ledger books 6.3 Collections management 6.4 Funding 6.5 Hopper Research Collection

Subseries 6.1 Hopper Bequest c.1968-1990   0.5 Linear feet

Arrangement note

by folder title

Scope and Contents note

This group includes correspondence and other material from the curatorial and administrative offices regarding the bequest in 1968 by Josephine N. Hopper of a large collection of artwork and related material by Edward Hopper. The letters, memoranda and minutes detail the administration of this large gift, and considerations about selling work from it. Also included are an inventory of the bequest, and lists of work by genre, as well as requests for various works from the bequest to be photographed.



Drawer 10

 6.001 Correspondence: General 1968-1980 

 6.002 Correspondence: General 1981-1990 

 6.003 Correspondence: Requests to purchase Hopper work 

 6.004 Correspondence: Printing plates 

 6.005 Correspondence: Public reaction 

 6.006 Lloyd Goodrich evaluations and recommendations 1974 

 6.007 Bequest descriptions 

 6.008 Press clippings 

 6.009 Press releases 

 6.010 Inventory 

 6.011 Lists: Preliminary 

 6.012 Lists: Drawings 

 6.013 Lists: Oils 

 6.014 Lists: Prints 

 6.015 Lists: Student oils 

 6.016 Lists: Watercolors 

 6.017 Lists: Box lists 

 6.018 Photograph requests 

Subseries 6.2 Hopper ledger books 1984-1989, and undated   3.0 folders

Arrangement note

by folder title

Scope and Contents note

The material in this group includes detailed descriptions of the four Hopper ledger books, prepared so that the books could be appraised; handwritten notes for an index of the ledgers by genre and title; and correspondence regarding microfilming of the books. These ledger books were given to Lloyd Goodrich by the artist, and then donated by Goodrich to the Whitney Museum of American Art. Also includes is material relating to funding a curator for the museum’s Hopper collection and for the Hopper catalogue raisonne, as well as documentation on the development of the Hopper Research Collection

See also: Series 8.1.2: Curatorial Files,--Lloyd Goodrich,--Record of Hopper work, for Index of Hopper Ledger by Goodrich



Drawer 10

 6.019 Appraisal and description 1989 

 6.020 Index (draft) 

 6.021 Microfilming 

Subseries 6.3 Collections management c.1970-1994   0.75 Linear feet

Arrangement note

by folder title

Scope and Contents note

The material in this group concerns work by Hopper in the Whitney’s collection, and concerns cataloging, conservation, insurance, loans, possible sales and gifts or donations. The folders relating to cataloguing contain primarily memoranda exchanged between Whitney staff members regarding changes in title, date and size for Hopper works, as well as problems with accession numbers, and changing attribution of works from Edward to Josephine Hopper, and vice-versa.

Conservation files consist primarily of memoranda between Whitney staff and correspondence with outside art conservators engaged to do work on artwork that was part of the Edward Hopper bequest. These include condition and treatment reports, invoices, lists of work to be conserved and photographs. Other files in this group contain material relating to insurance valuations in 1994; loans (1984 and 1987); sales by others of Hopper work; correspondence regarding donations of Hopper reproductions to New York University to decorate its building at 3 Washington Square North, which was Hopper’s studio; material about paintings that were x-rayed in 1980 to reveal a Hopper self-portrait, and a portrait believed to be by Patrick Henry Bruce; and correspondence and other material about Hopper works that were stolen.



Drawer 10

 6.022 Cataloguing: Accession number problems 

 6.023 Reattributions: Title, date and size changes 

 6.024 Reattributions: Edward/Josephine Hopper 

 6.025 Conservation: Correspondence 

 6.026 Conservation: Lists 

 6.027 Conservation: Photographs 

 6.028 Insurance valuations 1994 

 6.029 Loans 

 6.030 Sales (not WMAA): Valuations 

 6.031 Hopper Studio, New York University 

 6.032 Paintings x-rayed 

 6.033 Stolen Hoppers 

 6.034 Gifts and donations 

Subseries 6.4 Funding 

Scope and Contents note

Included here is correspondence and other material relating to the Museum’s requests to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for funding for a curator for the Edward Hopper collection, as well as funding for exhibitions and the catalogue raisonne.



Drawer 10

 6.035 General: Hopper collection 

 6.036 Catalogue Raisonne 

Subseries 6.5 Hopper Research Collection 

Scope and Contents note

This group consists of various box and folder lists for material eventually included in the Hopper Research Collection, as well as archival reports and notes on the material.



Drawer 10

 6.037 Miscellaneous documents 

Series 7: Exhibition files c.1950-c.1992   3.5 Linear feet

Arrangement note

6 subseries, as follows:

7.1 Whitney Studio Club 7.2 Whitney Museum, Main (Eighth Street and Madison Avenue) 7.3 Whitney Museum branches 7.4 Traveling exhibitions with no Whitney Museum venue 7.5 Other venues 7.6 Miscellaneous

Scope and Contents note

For the most part, files in this series originated in non-curatorial departments, and document the planning and installation of exhibitions of work by Edward Hopper at the Whitney Museum of American Art and its branches, as well as at venues to which these shows traveled. Also included is material relating to loans, insurance, expenses, conservation and events planned in conjunction with the exhibitions. The series is organized by the site of the exhibition.

See also: Series 8: Curatorial files, for additional material relating to Whitney Hopper exhibitions.

7.1 Whitney Studio Club A single folder holds the catalogue for “Exhibition of Work of the Members of the Whitney Studio Club,” 147 West 4th Street, March 30 – April 30, 1920. Hopper participated in this show.

7.2 Whitney Museum of American Art, Main (Eighth Street and Madison Avenue): Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 – March 26, 1950; traveled to other venues, April 13, 1950 – June 2, 1950 Correspondence with lenders, loan agreements, receipts, checklists, publicity information, and files on travel to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Detroit Institute of Arts.

See also: Series 8.1.3: Curatorial files--Lloyd Goodrich--Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition.

Edward Hopper, September 29, 1964 – November 29, 1964; traveled to other venues, December 8, 1964 -- May 9, 1965 Copies of correspondence with Mr. and Mrs. Hopper and with lenders, loan agreements and receipts, checklists, and files on travel to the Art Institute of Chicago and City Art Museum of St. Louis.

See also: Series 8.1.3: Curatorial files--Lloyd Goodrich--Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition.

Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to The Whitney Museum of American Art, September 10, 1971 – October 25, 1971; traveled to 14 other venues, February 4, 1972 – May 26, 1974 Correspondence between Lloyd Goodrich and the other venues to which the show traveled; an annotated copy of the catalogue; and the travel itinerary.

See also: Series 8.1.3: Curatorial files,--Lloyd Goodrich--Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition.

Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 27, 1979 – December 9, 1979; traveled to 5 other venues, February 5, 1980 – November 30, 1980 Correspondence between Whitney director Thomas Armstrong and Arthayer Sanborn; budget and expenses; checklists; correspondence regarding the catalogue; correspondence and related material regarding copyright and permissions for the catalogue; Gail Levin’s drafts of the catalogue; press materials; material regarding special events held in conjunction with the show; correspondence and memoranda relating to the other venues at which the exhibition was shown; documentation of an insurance claim, and budget and expenses for the exhibition’s travel.

See also: Series 8.2.2: Curatorial files--Gail Levin--Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition.

Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 – January 25, 1981; traveled to other venues, February 11, 1981 – February 10, 1982 General correspondence; correspondence regarding loans; material relating to insurance claims; budgets and funding; expenses; checklists; catalogue; conservation; press releases and pamphlet; special events; and material relating to travel to other venues.

See also: Series 8.2.2--Curatorial files--Gail Levin--Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition

Collection in Context: Hopper in Paris, June 23 – September 19, 1993 A single folder holds an invitation to an opening reception on June 30, 1993

Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 – October 15, 1995. The documentation of this exhibition included here is a combination of curatorial files and exhibition files from other museum offices. Included is correspondence among Whitney staff, and with outsiders. Installation materials include contracts with firms engaged to install the show.

Adam Weinberg’s research materials include excerpts from Hopper letters; photocopies of work by other artists seen to be influences on Hopper or influenced by him; works by photographers who may have influenced Hopper; notes for film influences; a listing of stubs for theater and films seen by Hopper and other material relating to theater; and general notes, including a notebook, made in preparation for the exhibition. Material relating to the preparation of a multi-media presentation include photocopies of still shots, quotations, presentation grid, storyboards, and source materials. Also found in this group is a draft of an article about the show for Antiques magazine by Kate Rubin, published at the time of this exhibition. The final folder holds material having to do with a film series, “Edward Hopper and the American Cinema,” that ran concurrently with the exhibition.

Documentation from Deborah Lyon’s files includes a description of and proposal for the exhibition; extensive correspondence regarding loans; internal memoranda; budget notes; information regarding grants and funding; checklists; installation materials including correspondence and material used for the wall texts; brochures and flyers; publicity materials; press releases; material relating to the opening; notes and correspondence regarding a film series; and a folder of material relating to travel for this exhibition that did not happen. For the catalogue, there is correspondence and memoranda; drafts, publicity materials, correspondence with poets asked to participate, and material related to a symposium at Symphony Space entitled “Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story.”

7.3 Hopper Exhibitions at Whitney Branches: Downtown branch, 55 Water Street Edward Hopper: Paintings, Prints, Drawings: July 11 – August 19, 1974 A single folder holds correspondence, checklists, checklist draft, checklist, loan information and slides.

Fairfield County, Connecticut Branch Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, Selections form the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 4 September 1986 – 4 September 1988; traveled to other venues, 6 October 1987 – 4 September 1988 Documentation on this traveling exhibition includes correspondence; checklists; information on the other venues; contracts and financial information; and condition reports.

See also: Series 8.3.2: Curatorial files--Deborah Lyons--Exhibitions, for more information on this exhibition.

Stamford, Connecticut Branch Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection, July 23 – September 22, 1993

See: Series 8.3.3: Curatorial files--Deborah Lyons--Exhibitions

7.4 Traveling exhibitions with no Whitney venue:

Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 – November 29, 1981. See: 8.2.3: Curatorial files--Gail Levin--Exhibitions

The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, March 6 – August 29/September 12, 1982 See: 8.2.3: Curatorial files--Gail Levin--Exhibitions

Edward Hopper: Development of An American Artist, November 5, 1982-May 1, 1983 See: 8.2.3: Curatorial files--Gail Levin--Exhibitions

Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: 21 July 1989-23 May 1993. Material relating to this exhibition includes correspondence and memoranda; documentation relating to the venues to which the show traveled; and financial records.

See also: 8.3.3, Curatorial files, Deborah Lyons, Exhibitions, for more documentation on this exhibition

7.5 Other venues: Included here is a listing of Hopper work sent to the Venice Biennale in 1952; a list for a proposed exhibition of Hopper work in Rio de Janiero, 1965; and a folder of miscellaneous exhibitions of Hopper work held at other institutions.

7.6 Miscellaneous A small group includes unidentified installation photographs of Hopper exhibitions, and the budget for an unnamed Hopper exhibition.

Subseries 7.1 Whitney Studio Club 



Drawers 11-12

 7.001 Work of the Members, March 30 - April 30 1920 

 7.002 Hopper participation in Studio Club Annuals 1918-1928 

Subseries 7.2 Whitney Museum, Main (Eighth Street and Madison Avenue) 



Drawers 11-12

 7.003 Hopper participation in Whitney Annuals and Biennials 

 7.004 Hopper participation in Whitney group exhibitions 1930-1948 

 7.005 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Correspondence with lenders, 1 of 2 1949-1950 

 7.006 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Correspondence with lenders, 2 of 2 1949-1950 

 7.007 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Correspondence, photograph requests 1949-1950 

 7.008 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Loan agreements 1949-1950 

 7.009 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Loan receipts and transportation 1949-1950 

 7.010 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Checklists 1950 

 7.011 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Catalogue 1950 

 7.013 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Press releases and publicity 1950 

 7.014 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition 1950: Travel, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, April 13 - May 14 1950 

 7.015 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition: Detroit Institute of Arts, June 4 to July 2 1950 

 7.019 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Correspondence and memoranda 1964-1965 

 7.020 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Correspondence with the Hoppers (photocopies) 1962-1965 

 7.021 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Correspondence with lenders, 1 of 2 

 7.023 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Loan agreements 1964-1965 

 7.024 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Loan receipts 1964-1965 

 7.026 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Checklists 1964-1965 

 7.027 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Travel, correspondence 1963 

 7.028 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Travel, Art Institute of Chicago 1963-1965 

 7.029 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Travel, Detroit Institute of Arts 1963-1965 

 7.030 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Travel, City Art Museum of St. Louis 1963-1965 

 7.031 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Travel: Loan receipts and transportation 1964-1965 

 7.032 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Checklists 1964-1965 

 7.033 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Condition reports and conservation 1964-1965 

 7.034 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Correspondence and memoranda 1971 

 7.036 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Travel, itinerary and list of works 1971 

 7.039 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Checklists 1979-1980 

 7.040 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Catalogue, correspondence and memoranda 1978 

 7.041 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Catalogue, copyrights and permissions 1977-1980 

 7.042 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Catalogue, drafts 1979-1980 

 7.043 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Brochure, press release, and press kit 1979 

 7.044 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Special events 1979 

 7.045 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9: Travel, correspondence and memoranda 1979-1980 

 7.048 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Correspondence and memoranda 1977-1980 

 7.049 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Correspondence and loan agreements, A-F 1980-1982 

 7.050 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Correspondence and loan agreements, G-M 1980-1982 

 7.051 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Correspondence and loan agreements, S-Z 1980-1982 

 7.052 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Materials from other venues 1980-1982 

 7.054 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Budget and funding 1976-1980 

 7.058 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Checklists 1980-1982 

 7.059 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Installation, including photographs 1980-1982 

 7.060 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Catalogue 1980-1982 

 7.061 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Conservation, 1 of 2 1980-1982 

 7.062 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Conservation, 2 of 2 1980-1982 

 7.063 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Press releases and pamphlet 1980-1982 

 7.064 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Special Events 1980 

 7.065 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, correspondence and memoranda 1976-1980 

 7.066 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, correspondence and memoranda, Hayward Gallery, London, regarding a film to be made by the Arts Council of Great Britain 1980-1982 

 7.067 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, April 22 - June 17, 1981 1976-1980 

 7.071 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, checklists 1980-1982 

 7.072 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, installation photographs, Hayward Gallery, London, Arts Council of Great Britain 1980-1982 

 7.073 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25: Travel, installation photographs, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1980-1982 

 7.074 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25:Travel, installation photographs, Stadtisch Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf 1980-1982 

 7.075 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16 - January 25:Travel, installation photographs, Art Institute of Chicago 1980-1982 

 7.076 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Exhibition proposal and description (from Deborah Lyons files) 1995 

 7.077 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Memoranda (from Lyons and Adam Weinberg files) 1994-1995 

 7.078 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Correspondence (from Beth Venn files) 1995 

 7.080 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Loan correspondence and agreements (from Lyons files) 1 of 2 1994-1995 

 7.081 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Loan correspondence and agreements (from Lyons files) 2 of 2 1994-1995 

 7.082 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Correspondence with lenders (from Weinberg files) 1994-1995 

 7.084 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Requests for grant funding (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.085 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Checklists (from Lyons files) 1994-1995 

 7.087 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Installation, wall text (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.088 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Installation, color copies of paintings and wall text 1995 

 7.089 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Brochures and flyers (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.090 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Catalogue: Correspondence and memoranda (from Lyons files) 1994-1995 

 7.091 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Catalogue: Drafts (from Lyons files), 1 of 2 

 7.092 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Catalogue: Drafts (from Lyons files), 2 of 2 1995 

 7.093 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Catalogue: Publicity (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.094 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: "Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story," at Symphony Space (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.095 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Correspondence and memoranda (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.099 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Bibliography (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.100 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Theater, plays Hopper saw (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.101 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Theater, set designs of plays Hopper saw 1995 

 7.102 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: American Theater (from Weinberg and Beth Venn files) 1995 

 7.103 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Film and theater (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.104 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: American film (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.105 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Hopper and film (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.106 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Photographic influences (from Weinberg and Venn files) 1995 

 7.107 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Research: Painting and sculpture influences (from Weinberg and Venn files) 1995 

 7.108 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Adam Weinberg notes 1995 

 7.109 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Quotations (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.110 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Presentation grid (from Weinberg files) 1995   Drawer 12

 7.111 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Source materials (from Weinberg files) 1995   Drawer 12

 7.112 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Source materials, Sense of Place (from Weinberf files) 1995 

 7.113 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Source materials, Interaction 1995 

 7.114 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Source materials, Voyeur 1995 

 7.115 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Storyboards, Introduction (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.116 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Storyboards, Loner (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.117 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Storyboards, Sense of Place (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.118 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Storyboards, Interaction (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.119 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Storyboards, Voyeur (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.120 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Film and theater stills 1995 

 7.121 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Film clips and footage 1995 

 7.122 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, right 1 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.123 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, right 2 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.124 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, right 3 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.125 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, left 1 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.126 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, left 2 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.127 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Multi-media presentation: Slide tray, left 3 (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.128 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.129 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, galleys (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.130 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, essay draft (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.131 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, research: Literary influences on Hopper (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.132 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, research: Hopper letters (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.133 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, research: Hopper articles (from Venn files) 1995   Drawer 12

 7.134 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, research: Hopper interviews, 1 of 2 (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.135 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Gallery brochure, research: Hopper interviews, 2 of 2 (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.136 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15:: Gallery brochure, correspondence (from Venn files) 1995 

 7.137 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Film series (from Deborah Lyons and Adam Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.138 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Publicity and reviews (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.139 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Press releases (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.141 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Kate Rubin, unpublished article for Antiques magazine on the show (from Weinberg files) 1995 

 7.142 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Travel (not executed) (from Lyons files) 1995 

 7.143 Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 - October 15: Docent training, curator lecture transcript 1995 

 7.144 Collection in Context: Hopper in Paris, June 23 - October 3: Research and correspondence 1993 

 7.145 Collection in Context: Hopper in Paris, June 23 - October 3: Information, drafts, checklist, brochure, correspondence, press releases, miscellaneous information 1993 

Subseries 7.3 Whitney Museum branches 



Drawers 11-12

 7.146 Downtown: Paintings, Prints and Drawings 1974 

 7.147 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Checklists, 1 of 2 1986-1988 

 7.149 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Catalogue, invitation, press releases 1986-1988 

 7.150 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Travel, University of Iowa Museum of Art, October 6 - November 15 1987 

 7.151 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Travel, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Arizona, January 14 - February 23 1988 

 7.152 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Travel, Muscarelle Museum of Art, Virginia, March 12 - April 24 1988 

 7.153 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Travel, Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina, May 17 - June 3 1988 

 7.154 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Travel, Sunrise Museum, West Virginia, Ju;y 16 - September 4 1988 

 7.157 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Condition reports and conservation, 1 of 2 1986-1988 

 7.158 Fairfield: Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town: Condition reports and conservation, 2 of 2 1986-1988 

Subseries 7.4 Traveling exhibitions with no Whitney Museum venue 



Drawers 11-12

 7.159 Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Correspondence and memoranda, 1 of 2 1989-1991 

 7.160 Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, October 6 - December 16, 1 of 2 1980 

 7.162 Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Seattle Art Museum 1989-1993 

 7.164 Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Musee Rath, Geneva, October 7 - January 12, and Louisiana Mulebaek, Denmark, January 25 - April 26 1991-1992 

Subseries 7.5 Other venues 



Drawers 11-12

 7.166 National Academy of Design, work shown 1921-1931 

 7.168 Hopper exhibition for Rio de Janiero (not held) 1965 

 7.169 Hopper exhibitions, other venues: Brochures and articles circa 

Subseries 7.6 Miscellaneous 



Drawers 11-12

 7.170 Unidentified installation photographs 

 7.171 Budget for unidentified Hopper exhibition 

Series 8: Curatorial files mid 1940s- mid 1990s   14.0 Linear feet

Arrangement note

3 subseries, as follows: 8.1 Lloyd Goodrich (Drawer 13) 8.2 Gail Levin (Drawers 14-15) 8.3 Deborah Lyons (Drawer 16)

Scope and Contents note

This series includes correspondence, notes, research, documentation for various exhibitions of Hopper’s work, and other material generated in Whitney Museum curatorial offices in relation to Edward Hopper from the 1940s through the 1990s. See notes below for the papers of each individual curator. The curatorial files of Adam Weinberg and Beth Venn relating to the exhibition Edward Hopper and the American Imagination (1995), have been incorporated in the Exhibition files series (see 7.1).

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: Material restricted as marked on folders

 Goodrich, Lloyd, 1897-1987 Subseries 8.1 Lloyd Goodrich c.1945-c.1987   3.5 Linear feet

Arrangement note

6 sub-subseries: 8.1.1 Correspondence and notes 8.1.2 Record of Hopper works 8.1.3 Exhibitions 8.1.4 Publications 8.1.5 Professional activities 8.1.6 American Art Research Council

Biographical/Historical note

Lloyd Goodrich (1897-1987) was first associated with the Whitney as a freelance writer, 1928-30. During the 1930s, he moved into various curatorial capacities until 1948, when he became associate director, serving in that post until 1958. He was director of the museum from 1958-68; advisory director from 1968-70, and a consultant from 1971-74.

Scope and Contents note

The papers in this group document Goodrich’s relationship with Hopper, as well as his work as a researcher and curator at the Whitney Museum where he arranged several major exhibitions of Hopper’s work, and wrote extensively on the artist.



Drawers 13-16

8.1.1 Correspondence and notes 

Scope and Contents note

Included here is correspondence dated 1945-83 to and from Lloyd Goodrich in his capacity as a member of the Whitney Museum staff. Correspondents include curators at other museums organizing exhibitions of Hopper’s work; staff members at publications in which articles by Goodrich appeared; students and scholars seeking information about Hopper; and members of the interested public reacting to exhibitions and publications by Goodrich. Folder 8.004 is restricted.

Of particular interest are the research notes, which include Goodrich’s recollections and notes on conversations with Hopper; pages torn from a notebook containing notes on Hopper paintings; notes on early oils seen in Hopper’s studio in 1947; and an excerpt of an interview with Reverend Arthayer Sanborn done in 1972. Miscellaneous notes include an idea for an exhibition, telephone messages and several items referring to Hopper’s wife Josephine.

 8.001 Correspondence, general 1945-1970 

 8.002 Correspondence, general 1971-1982 

 8.003 Correspondence, general undated 

 8.005 Research notes and interview notes 1946-1950 

 8.006 Miscellaneous notes 

8.1.2 Record of Hopper works 

Scope and Contents note

This group includes lists, correspondence, and other material documenting Goodrich’s efforts to create a record of Edward Hopper’s oeuvre. It is comprised of lists of Hopper works, including work owned by public and private collectors; an index compiled by Goodrich for the Hopper ledger books, indexing owners of Hopper works and indicating the titles of works owned; catalog cards indicating Hopper works and their owners; correspondence with Frances Manola, a research assistant, containing information about Hopper works; correspondence with the Frank K. M. Rehn Gallery regarding the ownership and location of Hopper works; and correspondence with collectors; and notes on authentications of Hopper work.

 8.007 Lists undated 

 8.008 Hopper Ledger index by Lloyd Goodrich 

 8.009 Catalogue cards 

 8.010 Frances Manola correspondence and notes 1964-1965 

 8.011 Rehn Gallery correspondence and notes 1943-1966 

 8.012 Information requests 1943-1964 

 8.013 Correspondence with collectors 1959-1966 

 8.014 Hopper authentications 1971-1976 

8.1.3 Exhibitions 

Scope and Contents note

The files in this group were generated in Mr. Goodrich’s office, and concern Whitney Museum exhibitions of the work of Edward Hopper with which Goodrich was involved. These include the following:

Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, 1950: This exhibition was held at the Whitney from February 10 – March 26, 1950, and then traveled to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Detroit Institute of Arts, closing on July 2, 1950. Included here are correspondence, checklists, installation notes, a press release, and material regarding the other venues at which the exhibition was shown. Of particular interest are Goodrich’s typed “Notes on Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, WMAA, Spring 1950,” containing commentary on the organization of the show, and of individual works in the show, including his opinions as to which are the better paintings (the paintings seem to be rated with Xs, from X to XXXX). The last few pages of these notes are an evaluation of the exhibition, including work that could have been eliminated.

See also: Series 7: Exhibition files, for more documentation on this exhibition. Series 8.1.4: Curatorial files--Lloyd Goodrich--Publications, for files on Edward Hopper, Penguin Modern Painters series, 1949. This book was reconfigured and published as the catalogue for this exhibition.

Edward Hopper (Retrospective), 1964-1965: This exhibition was held at the Whitney from September 29 through November 29, 1964, and then traveled to the Art Institute of Chicago, the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the City Art Museum of St. Louis, closing on May 9, 1965. Files found include correspondence regarding various aspects of the show, checklists, press release and invitations. Also included are correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and corrected proofs for the exhibition’s catalogue, Edward Hopper, by Lloyd Goodrich, published in 1964.

See also: Series 7:--Exhibition files, for more documentation on this exhibition.

Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1971: This exhibition was held at the Whitney from September 10 – October 24, 1971, and then traveled. Files found here include correspondence and notes, checklists, lender list, installation notes, press release and clippings, and material relating to other venues. Files on the catalogue for the show, written by Goodrich, include correspondence, checklists, the manuscript in successive drafts, and corrections.

See also: Series 7: Exhibition files, for more documentation on this exhibition

 8.015 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Correspondence and memoranda 1949-1969 

 8.016 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Checklists 1949-1950 

 8.017 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Installation 1950 

 8.018 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Printed matter, invitation 1950 

 8.019 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26: Press release and publicity 1950 

 8.020 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition: Travel, April 15 - July 2 1950 

 8.021 Edward Hopper Retrospective Exhibition, February 11 - March 26, 1950: Notes, by Lloyd Goodrich, Spring 1950 

 8.022 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29, 1964: Correspondence 1964-1965 

 8.023 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Checklists 1963-1965 

 8.024 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Press release and publicity 1964-1965 

 8.025 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Invitations 1964-1965 

 8.026 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, correspondence, general 1964 

 8.027 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, correspondence with Shorewood Publishers 1962-1970 

 8.028 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, memoranda and notes 1964-1965 

 8.029 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, manuscript drafts, 1 of 3 1964-1965 

 8.030 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, manuscript drafts, 2 of 3 1964-1965 

 8.031 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, manuscript drafts, 3 of 3 1964-1965 

 8.032 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, corrected proofs 1964-1965 

 8.033 Edward Hopper, September 29 - November 29: Catalogue, marked copy 1964-1965 

 8.034 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Correspondence and memoranda 1971 

 8.035 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Checklists 1971 

 8.036 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Lender list 1971 

 8.037 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Installation 1971 

 8.038 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Press release and publicity 1971 

 8.039 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Travel, 1 of 2 1971 

 8.040 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Travel, 2 of 2 1971 

 8.041 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Catalogue, correspondence and notes 1971 

 8.042 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Catalogue, checklist 1971 

 8.043 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Catalogue, manuscript drafts 1971 

 8.044 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Bequest to the Whitney Museum of American Art: Catalogue, manuscript corrections 1971 

8.1.4 Publications 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries includes material relating to Goodrich publications on Edward Hopper that were NOT specifically related to exhibitions at the Whitney Museum. For Goodrich writings on Hopper relating to Whitney exhibitions, see Subseries 8.1.3, Exhibitions.

Articles and Essays: This group includes correspondence and manuscripts for the following articles and essays written about Hopper by Goodrich: typescript, “Edward Hopper,” for the AFA Exhibition, “American Water Colour Exhibition” (for Asia), 1954; typescript, “Edward Hopper,” written for the Praeger book, New Art in America [1957]; correspondence with Harry N. Abrams and notes regarding a proposed portfolio on Hopper that was apparently not executed; correspondence regarding and manuscript for a portrait of Hopper for Woman’s Day magazine, 1964; notes and manuscript for a short piece for an exhibition of Hopper work at the World House Galleries, 1964; correspondence about and manuscript for a portfolio published in Art in America in 1966; correspondence about and manuscript for a piece on Hopper for the IX Bienal de Sao Paulo, 1967; and a typescript for an introduction to a catalogue of Hopper work owned by the Kennedy Galleries, 1973.

Books: This group includes documentation for two Goodrich publications on Hopper:

Edward Hopper, Penguin Modern Painters series, 1949. Files documenting this book include correspondence with Alfred H. Barr, Jr. of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, who served as the series’ editor, and with Penguin Books in England, the book’s publisher. Also found here are Goodrich’s notes and outlines for the text, successive drafts, and corrected proofs, as well as material on costs, shipping, plates and publicity. This publication seems to have served as an unofficial catalogue for the Whitney Museum’s 1950 Hopper retrospective exhibition.

Edward Hopper. Harry N. Abrams, 1971: Files relating to the publication of this book include correspondence with the publisher, 1969-71; correspondence with Hopper collectors, 1964-69, regarding permission to publish; an outline and notes for the book; manuscript (combining autograph and typed parts); galleys and proofs; publicity correspondence and materials; and reviews and mentions of the book.

 8.045 Article: American Federation of Arts exhibition, "American Watercolor Exhibition," for Asia 1954 

 8.046 Article: "Edward Hopper," for New Art in America,Praeger 1957 

 8.047 Article: Edward Hopper portfolio, unexecuted project for Harry N. Abrams 1958-1964 

 8.048 Article: "Edward Hopper: Portrait of the Artist," Woman's Day 1964 

 8.049 Article: World House Galleries exhibition 1964 

 8.050 Article: Portfolio, Art in America 1966 

 8.051 Article: "Edward Hopper," for IX Bienal de Sao Paulo 1967 

 8.052 Article: Kennedy Galleries, introduction to catalogue of Hopper works 1973-1977 

 8.053 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Correspondence with Alfred H. Barr, Jr. 1945-1949 

 8.054 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Correspondence with notes, Penguin Books 1949-1950 

 8.055 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Research and lists 

 8.056 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Manuscript outline and notes 1949 

 8.057 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Manuscript drafts, 1 of 2 1949 

 8.058 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Manuscript drafts, 2 of 2 1949 

 8.059 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Plates 1949 

 8.060 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Corrected proofs 1949 

 8.061 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Costs and shipping 1949 

 8.062 Book: Edward Hopper, Penguin, 1949: Publicity 1949 

 8.063 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Correspondence with Abrams 1969-1971   

 8.064 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Correspondence with collectors 1964-1969 

 8.065 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Miscellaneous notes 1971 

 8.066 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript outline and notes 1971 

 8.067 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript notes and drafts 1971 

 8.068 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript text and drafts 1971 

 8.069 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript checklist 1971 

 8.070 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript contents, acknowledgements, index 1971 

 8.071 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Manuscript bibliography 1971 

 8.072 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Galleys and proofs 1971 

 8.073 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Publicity correspondence 1971 

 8.074 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Publicity materials 1971 

 8.075 Book: Edward Hopper, Abrams, 1971: Review and mentions 1971 

8.1.5 Professional activities 

Scope and Contents note

This group includes lectures, a letter to the editor, and correspondence relating to Goodrich and his support of the work of Edward Hopper. A 1967 letter to The Villager following the death of Hopper notes that “our country has lost one of its greatest artists”; correspondence dated 1971-75 with the Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Committee details efforts to preserve Hopper’s Nyack house; material relating to a 1980 Whitney symposium held in conjunction with the exhibition Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist,” includes the manuscript for a talk given by Goodrich; the manuscript and slide lists for a lecture entitled “The Transformation of Reality into Art,” is accompanied by correspondence indicating that the talk was given at the Skowhegan School in July 1981 and at The Art Institute of Chicago later that year.

 8.076 Letter to "The Villager," May 1967 

 8.077 The Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Committee: Correspondence 1971-1975 

 8.078 Edward Hopper Symposium, Whitney Museum of American Art: Lecture 1980 

 8.079 Lecture: "The Transformation of Reality into Art": Manuscript 1981 

 8.080 Lecture: "The Transformation of Reality into Art": Correspondence with Skowhegan School 1981 

 8.081 Lecture: "The Transformation of Reality into Art": Correspondence with The Art Institute of Chicago 1981 

8.1.6 American Art Research Council 

Scope and Contents note

The American Art Research Council (AARC) was a cooperative project established by the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1942. As a consortium of thirty museum and college art departments, the goal of the AARC was to document the work of major American artists: “to locate and identify it, to separate the genuine from the spurious, and to make a permanent record of it for the future.” With the services of Goodrich and Whitney curator Hermon More, and of a laboratory expert, Sheldon Keck at the Brooklyn Museum, the AARC went about compiling records including photographs, X-rays (if necessary for authentication), information as to medium, size, signature, date, history, owners, exhibitions, reproductions and auction sales. These records on many American artists, including Edward Hopper, were compiled between 1942 and 1948.

The AARC documentation on Hopper found here consists of sheets, one per Hopper artwork, arranged by medium, and then chronologically, which include information about individual works of art, including title, medium, ownership, and bibliographical and exhibition references. These were initially compiled during the work of the American Art Research Council, but were updated later as well by Goodrich and others.

See also: 8.1.2, Record of Hopper work. Some of this documentation may have been compiled by the AARC.

 8.082 Hopper information sheets: Oils 1905-1924 

 8.83 Hopper information sheets: Oils 1925-1936 

 8.084 Hopper information sheets: Oils 1937-1965 

 8.085 Hopper information sheets: Watercolors 1906-1925 

 8.086 Hopper information sheets: Watercolors 1926-1927 

 8.087 Hopper information sheets: Watercolors 1928-1930 

 8.088 Hopper information sheets: Watercolors 1931-1935 

 8.089 Hopper information sheets: Watercolors 1936-1937 

 8.090 Hopper information sheets: Drawings 

 Levin, Gail, 1948- Subseries 8.2 Gail Levin c.1977-c.1995   7.0 Linear feet

Arrangement note

8.2.1 Correspondence and notes 8.2.2 Exhibitions 8.2.3 Publications, general 8.2.4 Hopper Catalogue Raisonne

Scope and Contents note

This subseries includes documentation created by Levin in her capacity as a Whitney Museum curator. It includes correspondence, material relating to exhibitions planned by Levin, and publications written by her, including the Hopper catalogue raisonne.

Biographical/Historical note

Gail Levin was associate curator of the Hopper collection from 1977 to 1984. She is the author of Edward Hopper: A Catalogue Raisonnne.



Drawers 13-16

8.2.1 Correspondence and notes 

Scope and Contents note

This group includes letters and notes in various forms amassed by Levin while a Whitney staff member. Included are memoranda and correspondence with collectors, museum personnel and others regarding Hopper work, including general inquiries and loan requests; letters from scholars answered by Levin; correspondence regarding efforts to attribute work to Hopper; material regarding possible Hopper forgeries, including correspondence with museums and individuals and notes; an application and notes for a 1979 National Endowment for the Arts grant to conserve Hopper works; correspondence and notes relating to the efforts by the Landmarks Preservation Committee to preserve Hopper’s Nyack house; and internal memoranda and notes regarding the museum’s inquiries into possible expansion.

 8.091 General correspondence and memoranda 1976-1984 

 8.092 Research requests and inquiries 1976-1984 

 8.093 Hopper authentications 1979-1982 

 8.095 NEA grant for conservation of Hopper works 1979 

 8.096 The Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Committee 1975-1990 

 8.097 Building expansion 1980-1983 

8.2.2 Exhibitions 

Scope and Contents note

Material found here documents Gail Levin’s involvement with the planning and execution of the following Whitney Museum exhibitions of work by Edward Hopper:

Edward Hopper, Prints and Illustrations, September 27, 1979 – December 9, 1979, traveled through November 30, 1980 Included here are correspondence and notes regarding the preparation and response to the exhibition; loan agreements; notes on budget and funding; lists of possible works to be included; checklists; and material relating to the exhibition’s installation. Relating to the show’s catalogue are letters and memoranda; manuscript drafts and corrections; a chronological list of works; and notes relating to captions. Additional documentation relates to the show’s opening, the brochure produce to accompany it, and the venues to which it traveled. See also: Exhibition files, Series 7

Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 – January 18/25, 1981, traveled through February 14, 1982 Extensive documentation for this exhibition includes correspondence relating to the preparation of the show and reactions to it; loan agreements; material on budgets and funding; invoices for photography related to the exhibition; checklists; installation information, including floorplans; memoranda and notes regarding framing done for the show; catalogue outlines; a manuscript for the brochure text; and materials relating to publicity and the opening of the show. Other material concerns films relating to the show; and a slide show prepared in conjunction with it. A symposium held on October 27, 1980 is documented with correspondence and transcripts of talks given. The exhibition’s travel schedule is documented in correspondence with the various venues and checklists. See also: Exhibition files, Series 7 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 – November 29, 1981 This exhibition was organized for travel only, and was not shown at the Whitney Museum. The documentation here includes correspondence with each of the four venues at which the exhibition appeared; material relating to insurance claims; and expenses. Also included is a corrected manuscript for the show’s catalogue. See also: Exhibition files, Series 7

The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, March 5 – August 29, 1982 This exhibition, prepared for travel only, is documented by correspondence with the various venues at which it was shown, as well as checklists, material relating to expenses, installation photographs, and a manuscript for the show’s catalogue. See also: Exhibition files, Series 7

Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 – May 1, 1983 This exhibition, also prepared for travel only, is documented by correspondence, notes on expenses; checklists, drafts of copy for wall text; and press materials. See also: Exhibition files, Series 7

Edward Hopper Watercolors, not executed Correspondence, memoranda, and notes document the preparations for this exhibition which was never realized.

 8.098 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Correspondence, responses to the exhibitions 1979-1980 

 8.099 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Miscellaneous 1978-1981 

 8.100 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Memoranda 1977-1980 

 8.101 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Research notes 1976-1978 

 8.102 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Loan agreements, 1 of 2 1979-1980 

 8.103 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Loan agreements, 2 of 2 1979-1980 

 8.104 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Budget and funding 1978-1980 

 8.105 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Preliminary lists 

 8.106 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Checklists 1979 

 8.107 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Installation 1979 

 8.108 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Catalogue: Correspondence and memoranda 1978-1979 

 8.109 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Catalogue: Drafts and corrections 1978 

 8.110 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Catalogue: Chronology 

 8.111 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Catalogue: Captions 

Legal Status note

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 8.112 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Brochure 1979 

 8.113 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Press release 1979 

 8.114 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations, September 19 - December 9, 1979: Opening dinner 1979 

 8.115 Edward Hopper: Prints and Illustrations: Travel, February 5 - November 30, 1980: Correspondence 1978-1981 

 8.116 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Correspondence: General correspondence and memoranda 1979-1981 

 8.117 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Correspondence 1980 

 8.118 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Exhibition outlines and notes 1980 

 8.119 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Loan agreements, N-Z 1979-1980 

 8.120 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Budget and funding 1976-1979 

 8.121 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Photography bills, 1 of 2 1979-1983 

 8.122 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Photography bills, 2 of 2 1979-1983 

 8.123 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Checklists, 1 of 3 1979-1980 

 8.124 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Checklists, 2 of 3 1979-1980 

 8.125 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Checklists, 3 of 3 1979-1980 

 8.126 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Installation: Correspondence, memoranda and notes 1980 

 8.127 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Installation: Lists 

 8.128 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Installation: Layout 1980 

 8.129 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Installation: Wall text 1980 

 8.130 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Framing 1980 

 8.131 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Catalogue outlines 

 8.132 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Brochure 1980 

 8.133 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Publicity 1979-1981 

 8.134 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Press releases 1980-1981 

 8.135 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Opening and preview dinner 1979-1980 

 8.136 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Private viewings 

 8.137 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Films and documentaries: "Edward Hopper" by Ron Peck, Arts Council of Great Britain 1978-1981 

 8.138 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Films and documentaries: "Hopper's Silence" by Brian O'Doherty 1978-1981 

 8.139 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Films and documentaries: "Arena - Edward Hopper" (BBC) 1981 

 8.140 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Films and documentaries: Proposals 1980-1981 

 8.141 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Slide show: Correspondence and memoranda 1979-1981 

 8.142 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Slide show: Transcript, "Edward Hopper: Reality to Imagination" 1980 

 8.143 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Slide show: Slide lists 

 8.144 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Slide and film schedule 1980 

 8.145 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Hopper Symposium: Correspondence and memoranda 1979-1981 

 8.146 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Hopper Symposium: Brochure and ticket 1980 

 8.147 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Hopper Symposium: Transcripts and edited texts, 1 of 2 1980 

 8.148 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Hopper Symposium: Transcripts and edited texts, 2 of 2 1980 

 8.149 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist, September 16, 1980 - January 25, 1981: Slide pack (incomplete) 1980 

 8.150 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Correspondence and memoranda 1978-1980 

 8.151 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Itinerary 1979-1980 

 8.152 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Hayward Gallery, London, Arts Council of Great Britain 1977-1981 

 8.153 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1980-1982 

 8.154 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Stadtisch Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf 1976-1981 

 8.155 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Art Institute of Chicago 1979-1981 

 8.156 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1980-1982 

 8.157 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Checklists, 1 of 3 1980-1981 

 8.158 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Checklists, 2 of 3 1980-1981 

 8.159 Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist: Travel, 1981-1982: Checklists, 3 of 3 1980-1981 

 8.160 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: General Correspondence and memoranda 1978-1981 

 8.161 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, Travel: San Jose Museum of Art 1979-1980 

 8.162 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, Travel: Scottish and Welsh Arts Councils 1979-1983 

 8.163 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, Travel: Westfalische Kandesmuseum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte 1979-1981 

 8.164 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, Travel: Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea di Milano 1980-1981 

 8.165 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: Insurance claims 1981-1985 

 8.166 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: Expenses 1980-1983 

 8.167 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: Checklists 1979-1980 

 8.168 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: Miscellaneous 1980 

 8.169 Edward Hopper: The Formative Years, October 16, 1980 - November 29, 1981: Catalogue 1980 

 8.170 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Correspondence, Japan 1979-1981 

 8.171 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Correspondence, museums 1979-1982 

 8.172 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: The Art Gallery of South Australia 1980-1983 

 8.173 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Memoranda 1980-1981 

 8.174 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Expenses 

 8.175 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Checklists 1981 

 8.176 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Catalogue 1981-1982 

 8.177 The World of Edward Hopper: Selections from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1982: Installation photographs 

 8.178 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 - May 1, 1983: Correspondence and memoranda 1982-1983 

 8.179 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 - May 1, 1983: Venues 1981-1983 

 8.180 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Expenses 

 8.181 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 - May 1, 1983: Checklists 

 8.182 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 - May 1, 1983: Wall text 1982 

 8.183 Edward Hopper: Development of an American Artist, November 5, 1982 - May 1, 1983: Press release and reviews 1982-1983 

 8.184 Watercolors (not executed): Correspondence and notes 1980-1984 

8.2.3 Publications, miscellaneous 

Scope and Contents note

Included here is material relating to Gail Levin publications, with the exception of the Edward Hopper Catalogue Raisonne(See 8.2.4, below), and exhibition catalogues (see 8.2.2, above):

Correspondence, permission to reproduce images: a small amount of miscellaneous correspondence regarding permission to reproduce a Degas work.

“Edward Hopper’s Railroad Imagery”: manuscript and photographs for this article.

 8.185 Articles and essays: Correspondence, permission to reproduce images 1979-1980 

 8.186 Articles and essays: Edward Hopper's Railroad Imagery 1981-1982 

8.2.4 Edward Hopper: A Catalogue Raisonne 

Scope and Contents note

This multi-volume work was published in 1995 by the museum in association with W. W. Norton & Company. The extensive files included here that relate to the research and publication of this catalogue. There is a good deal of correspondence to and from other Whitney curators, especially Deborah Lyons. The material in this group includes the following:

Correspondence and notes: Whitney staff: correspondence relating to Levin’s research for the catalogue raisonne. This includes internal memoranda sent between Whitney staff members dating from 1979-95.

Public collections: 3 folders contain correspondence between Levin and representatives of museums, colleges and other public collections holding Hopper works. Levin asks for information about the Hopper works to be included in the catalogue; replies furnish this information or refer Levin to other sources.

Private collectors: correspondence between Levin and private collectors holding Hopper work soliciting information about the works.

Miscellaneous: this folder contains a rather random collection of letters and Whitney memos relating to the catalogue raisonne project.

Contracts: agreement made between the Whitney and W.W. Norton & Company to publish the catalogue raisonne, and memoranda about the contract.

Budget and funding: notes and correspondence regarding the costs and funding of this project.

Copyrights and permissions: A large group of files, arranged alphabetically by public collection, contain correspondence requesting permission to publish reproductions of Hopper work in the catalogue raisonne. Also included are a file of general correspondence with private collectors, and a large group of files containing correspondence with individual private collectors.

This group also includes material relating to copyright renewals from Edward Hopper as Illustrator; lists used in the process of obtaining these permissions; correspondence and photographs relating to “collateral works” (i.e., work by other artists) used in the catalogue raisonne; and a folder of invoices and correspondence relating to payment of photographs used.

Production: Material in this group relates to issues involved in the actual production of the catalogue raisonne: Correspondence about publication, internal: These two folders hold letters and memoranda dated 1979-995, exchanged primarily between Whitney staff, but also including some correspondence with the publisher and other involved in the project, regarding production deadlines, schedules, illustrations, book structure, etc.

Correspondence about editorial matters: The material in this folder consists of memoranda and correspondence regarding the content of the book, including corrections, commentary on and editing of Levin’s manuscript, cataloging issues, citation problems, etc.

Acknowledgements: correspondence and memoranda regarding the acknowledgements for the book.

Alternative and incorrect titles: This folder holds internal memoranda and notes regarding formatting for alternate and incorrect titles in the catalogue raisonne.

Deleted references: material relating to references that were deleted from the catalogue raisonne because they could not be verified.

CD-ROM: Material in this group relates to the production of the CD-ROM which accompanied the catalogue raisonne. It includes the following: Correspondence: Three folders hold internal memoranda and correspondence with computer consultant Anne C. Lounsbury who designed the CD-ROM. Also included are notes and sample pages, some with corrections.

Research: printed materials and correspondence regarding the production of CD-ROMs.

Costs: memoranda and notes about the costs of the project

Proposals: a report from consultant Anne C. Lounsbury dated September 24, 1994 entitled “Edward Hopper Catalogue Raisonne: CD-ROM Program, Analysis and Recommendations.

Copyrights: documentation regarding permissions copyright lines for images used in the project.

Subjects for search: Sheets, one per image included in the CD-ROM, with appropriate subjects checked off on a standardized list of subject options.

Drafts and corrections: correspondence and notes for text parts of the CD-ROM.

Disks: computer disks containing files used in the project.

See also: 8.3.3, Curatorial files, Deborah Lyons, Catalogue raisonne

Exhibition to coincide with publication: Correspondence with Levin informing her of the exhibition Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, planned to coincide with the publication of the catalogue raisonne, and exploring her role in the plans for the exhibition.

Publicity and announcements: Material relating to the catalogue and efforts to promote its sale.

 8.187 Correspondence and notes: Whitney staff 1979-1995 

 8.188 Correspondence and notes: Public collections, 1 of 3 1976-1984 

 8.189 Correspondence and notes: Public collections, 2 of 3 1976-1984 

 8.190 Correspondence and notes: Public collections, 3 of 3 1976-1984 

 8.191 Correspondence and notes: Private collections 1976-1984 

 8.192 Correspondence and notes: Miscellaneous 1973-1984 

 8.193 Correspondence and notes: Contracts 1978-1985 

 8.194 Correspondence and notes: Budget and funding 1976-1993 

 8.195 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Addison Gallery of Art 1990 

 8.196 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Art Institute of Chicago 1990-1991 

 8.197 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution 1990 

 8.198 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Bowdoin College Museum of Art 1990 

 8.199 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Brooklyn, Museum 1991 

 8.200 Copyrights and permissions, public collections:Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee National d'Art Moderne 1990 

 8.201 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Courtauld Institute Galleries, University of London 1990 

 8.202 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Dayton Art Institute 1990 

 8.203 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Farnsworth Library and Art Museum 1990 

 8.204 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University 1984-1990 

 8.205 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution 1990 

 8.206 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: The Frick Collection 1990 

 8.207 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Hamburger Kunsthalle 1990 

 8.208 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Hamilton College 1984-1990 

 8.209 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Indianapolis Museum of Art 1984-1990 

 8.210 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Kennedy Galleries 1990 

 8.211 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Library of Congress 1990 

 8.212 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1982-1991 

 8.213 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Milwaukee Art Museum 1990 

 8.214 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Musee Cantini 1990 

 8.215 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Musee d'Orsay 1990 

 8.216 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Musee des Beaux Arts 1990 

 8.217 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Musee du Louvre 1990 

 8.218 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Musee du Petit Palais 1990 

 8.219 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1990-1991 

 8.220 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 1985 

 8.221 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Museum of Modern Art 1982-1990 

 8.222 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Museum of the City of New York 1983-1990 

 8.223 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: National Gallery of Art 1990 

 8.224 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: National Gallery of Canada 1990 

 8.225 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: National Gallery, London 1984 

 8.226 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Neue Pinakothek, Munchen 1990 

 8.227 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: New York Public Library 1990 

 8.228 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Philadelphia Museum of Art 1990 

 8.229 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: The Phillips Collection 1990 

 8.230 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln 1990 

 8.231 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Societe d'Editions et Publications 1980 

 8.232 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart 1990 

 8.233 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Tate Gallery 1984-1990 

 8.234 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: The Toledo Museum of Art 1990 

 8.235 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: The Wallace Collection 1990 

 8.236 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Wittenberg University 1990 

 8.237 Copyrights and permissions, public collections: Yale University Art Gallery 1990 

 8.238 Copyrights and permissions, private collections: General correspondence 1989-1990 

 8.256 Copyrights and permissions: Copyright renewals from Edward Hopper as Illustrator 

 8.257 Copyrights and permissions: Permissions to quote 1982-1991 

 8.258 Copyrights and permissions: Lists 1983-1994 

 8.259 Copyrights and permissions: Collateral works: Correspondence and notes 1978-1982 

 8.260 Copyrights and permissions: Collateral Works: Photographs 

 8.261 Copyrights and permissions: Bills and payments 

 8.262 Production: Correspondence about publication, 1 of 2 1979-1995 

 8.264 Production: Correspondence about publication, 2 of 2 1979-1995 

 8.265 Production: Editorial 1979-1990 

 8.266 Production: Acknowledgements 1992-1994 

 8.267 Production: Alternate and incorrect titles 1984-1985 

 8.268 Production: Deleted references 1984-1985 

 8.269 CD-ROM: Correspondence and memoranda, 1 of 3 1992-1995 

 8.270 CD-ROM: Correspondence and memoranda, 2 of 3 1992-1995 

 8.271 CD-ROM: Correspondence and memoranda, 3 of 3 1992-1995 

 8.272 CD-ROM: Research 1986-1992 

 8.273 CD-ROM: Costs 1992-1995 

 8.274 CD-ROM: Proposals and reports 1994 

 8.275 CD-ROM: Proposals and reports 

 8.276 CD-ROM: Copyrights 1994 

 8.277 CD-ROM: Subjects for search 

 8.278 CD-ROM: Drafts and corrections 1995 

 8.279 CD-ROM: Computer disks 

 8.280 Exhibition to coincide with publication: Edward Hopper and the American Imagination 1994-1995 

 8.281 Publicity and announcements 

Lyons, Deborah Subseries 8.3 Deborah Lyons 1984-1995   3.0 Linear feet

Scope and Contents note

This subseries holds correspondence and notes, material relating to exhibitions and publications, and material relating to Deborah Lyons’ involvement in the catalogue raisonne project.

See also: Gail Levin papers, Series 8.2.4, for correspondence to and from Lyons regarding the catalogue raisonne project.

Biographical/Historical note

Between 1984 and 1994, Deborah Lyons held a series of titles in relation to the Whitney’s collection of Edward Hopper Work: Coordinator, Administrator, Curator, Advisor, and Adjunct Associate Curator.



Drawers 13-16

8.3.1 Correspondence and notes 

Scope and Contents note

General correspondence relates to loans of Hopper works, permission to reproduce them, and general information on Hoppers that was presumably being gathered for the catalogue raisonne. Correspondence relating to publications concerns permissions needed to reproduce Hopper work and other documentation necessary for the following publications: Edward Hopper, by Robert Hobbs, published by Harry N. Abrams (1986-87); and Hopper Drawings: 44 Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Dover Publications (1987-89).

Correspondence regarding exhibitions at other museums includes shows planned at the Musee Cantini, Marseille (1987-89); Museum Folkwang, Essen (1991-92); Edward Hopper Watercolors” at the Montgomery (Alabama) Museum of Fine Arts (1991-94); and Kunstforum Am Markt, Bremen, “Das druchgraphische werk aus de sammlung des Whitney Museum of American Art,” includes an essay by Lyons (1994).

Research notes and inquires handled by Lyons date from 1984-1994.

Two folders hold correspondence dating from 1984-95 regarding attempts to authenticate Hopper works in all media. The folder regarding the Hopper ledgers includes correspondence regarding the acquisition and appraisal of the volumes; the folder marked “Hopper collection and archives” contains notes and memoranda regarding the future administration of the Hopper research collection. Material in the file marked “NEA Cataloging Grant” concerns efforts to obtain funding to catalogue the Hopper bequest works.

Correspondence regarding Hopper films concerns the following film projects: a short film entitled Via Hopper developed by Dutch filmmaker Jules Bohnen, 1990-91; Rosemary, which was visually based on Hopper’s Nighthawks, and was the pilot for the series The Life of Art, produced by Dan Halperin (1991-92); Edward Hopper – In His Own Words, Rebo Studio, 1992; A Comparison with Life, by Wolfgang Hastert, 1993-94. The final folder in this group contains a letter from Wolfgang Pungs, a German collector of book plates, enclosing a bookplate he commissioned featuring the work of Hopper (the plate actually also includes an image of Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World.)

 8.282 General 1984-1985 

 8.283 General 1986-1987 

 8.284 General 1988-1989 

 8.285 General 1990-1991 

 8.286 General 1992-1993 

 8.287 General 1994-1995 

 8.288 Regarding publications: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Edward Hopper by Robert Hobbs 1986-1987 

 8.289 Regarding publications: Publications, Inc., Hopper Drawings: 44 Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art 1987-1989 

 8.290 Regarding exhibitions at other museums: Musee Cantini, Marseille, and Fundacion Juan March, Madrid 1987-1989 

 8.291 Regarding exhibitions at other museums; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Edward Hopper: The Watercolors 1991-1994 

 8.292 Regarding exhibitions at other museums: Museum Folkwang Essen undated 

 8.293 Regarding exhibitions at other museums: Kunstforum Am Markt, Bremen, Edward Hopper: das druckgraphische Werk aus der Sammlung des Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 1994 

 8.294 Research requests and inquiries, 1 of 2 1984-1995 

 8.295 Research requests and inquiries, 2 of 2 1984-1995 

 8.296 Authentication requests, 1 of 2 1984-1995 

 8.297 Authentication requests, 2 of 2 1984-1995 

 8.298 Hopper ledger books 1989-1990 

 8.299 Hopper collection and archives 1990 

 8.300 NEA grant for the cataloguing of Hopper works 

 8.301 Miscellaneous 1994 

 8.302 Films on Hopper: Bohnen, Jules, Via Hopper 1990-1991 

 8.303 Films on Hopper: Halperin, Dan, Rosemary, pilot for series  The Life of Art 1991-1992 

 8.304 Films on Hopper: Rebo Studio 1992 

 8.305 Films on Hopper: Hastert, Wolfgang, A Comparison with Life 1993-1994 

 8.306 Wolfgang Pungs: Regarding Hopper bookplate 1993 

8.3.2 Exhibitions 

Scope and Contents note

This group includes documentation for Deborah Lyons’ involvement with several Hopper exhibitions organized by the Whitney Museum:

See also: Series 7: Exhibitions

Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, Sept. 4, 1986-Sept. 4, 1988 This exhibition was shown at the Fairfield County branch from September 4 – October 29, 1986, and then traveled to the University of Iowa Museum of Art; Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary; and Sunrise Museums, Charleston, West Virginia, closing on September 4, 1988. Documentation in this group includes correspondence among Whitney staff members regarding the show; Lyons’ proposal for the show; loan information; checklists; installation layout and photographs; condition reports on the works in included in the show; the invitation for the exhibition’s opening, and the brochure which accompanied the exhibition; press releases and photographs taken at the opening.

Documenting the show’s other venues are a file of correspondence with including internal memoranda and letters exchanged with representative of the other venues; checklist; brochures and other printed material produced at other venues; and reviews.

Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 21, 1989 – May 23, 1993 This exhibition was show at the Whitney from July 21 – November 5, 1989, and then traveled through May 1993 to other venues, including Tokyo Metropolitan Tien Art Museum; Newport Harbor Art Museum, California; Seattle Art Museum; Musee d’art et d’histoire de la Ville de Geneve, Switzerland; Louisiana Museum for moderne kunst, Humlebaek, Denmark; Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; and Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels. Documentation includes a very small file of correspondence; information on insurance; budgets; checklists; installation notes and diagrams; conservation information; the brochure produced for the show, and material relating to it, including a typescript of the introductory text; press releases and publicity materials; and material relating to the opening and other events associated with the show.

Documenting the show’s travel to other venues are files of correspondence among Whitney staff members, and with representatives of the other museums. Also included is material concerning insurance, checklists, invitations, installation photographs, press releases, and loan agreements.

Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 – September 22, 1993 Material documenting this show, which was shown at the Whitney branch at Champion in Stamford Connecticut, includes checklists, installation notes; material on the exhibition’s brochure, including correspondence, a typescript and the finished product; press release; and invitation to the opening.

Edward Hopper and the American Imagination, June 22 – October 15. 1995 See: Series7.1: Exhibitions--Whitney Museum, Main

 8.307 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Correspondence and memoranda 1986-1988 

 8.308 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Proposal 1986-1988 

 8.309 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Loan agreement and receipt 1986-1988 

 8.310 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Checklists 1986-1988 

 8.311 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Installation layout and photographs 1986-1988 

 8.312 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Condition reports 1986-1988 

 8.313 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Brochure and invitation 1986-1988 

 8.314 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Press releases and reviews 1986-1988 

 8.315 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Opening photographs 1986-1988 

 8.316 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Travel: Correspondence and memoranda 1986-1988 

 8.317 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Travel: Checklist 1986-1988 

 8.318 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Travel: Brochures and invitation 1986-1988 

 8.319 Edward Hopper: City, Country, Town, September 4 - October 29: Travel: Reviews 1986-1988 

 8.320 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Correspondence and memoranda 1989-1993 

 8.321 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Insurance 1989 

 8.322 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Budget 1988-1989 

 3.323 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Checklists 1989 

 8.324 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Installation 1989 

 8.325 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Conservation 1988 

 8.326 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Brochure 1989 

 8.327 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Press releases and publicity 1989 

 8.328 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Events and invitations 1989 

 8.329 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art: Travel: Correspondence and memoranda 1989-1992 

 8.330 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum 1989-1990 

 8.331 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Newport Harbor Art Museum 1990-1991 

 8.332 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Seattle Art Museum 1990-1991 

 8.333 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Musee Rath, Geneva, Switzerland 1991-1992 

 8.334 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark 1991-1992 

 8.335 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfort, Germany 1991-1992 

 8.336 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels 1992 

 8.337 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Insurance 

 8.338 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Checklists 1991 

 8.339 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Installation photographs, Seattle Art Museum 1991 

 8.340 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Brochures 1990-1992 

 8.341 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Press releases and reviews 1991 

 8.342 Edward Hopper: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989-1993: Travel: Invitations 1991-1992 

 8.343 Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 - September 22: Checklists 1993 

 8.344 Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 - September 22: Installation 1993 

 8.345 Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 - September 22: Brochures 1993 

 8,346 Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 - September 22: Press release 1993 

 8.347 Edward Hopper and the Figure: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, July 23 - September 22: Events and invitations 1993 

8.3.3 Catalogue Raisonne 

Scope and Contents note

Deborah Lyons worked on the Hopper catalogue raisonne along with Gail Levin. A folder of correspondence included here contains material relating to the CD-ROM included in the project.

See also: Series 8.3.4: Curatorial Files--Gail Levin--Catalogue raisonne

 8.348 Correspondence regarding CD-ROM 1993-1995 

Series 9: Prints c.1980s-1990s, most undated   2.0 Linear feet

Arrangement note

5 subseries, as follows: 9.1 Collectors and collections 9.2 Bibliography and exhibition references 9.3 Collection record 9.4 Photographs and cataloging information 9.5 Hopper collages

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: Material restricted as noted on folders

Scope and Contents note

Material in this series documents Hopper’s work in print media, and came into the Hopper Research Collection as a group from the print curator’s office. Of particular significance is Subseries 9.3, collection record.

Subseries 9.1 Collectors and collections 

Scope and Contents note

Materials in this subseries document institutions and collectors holding Hopper prints, and include a list of Hopper prints in museum and other public collections; collection holdings by print title, a listing which includes public and private collections holding Hopper prints; catalogs and checklists including Hopper prints found with these lists; and miscellaneous correspondence and notes regarding Hopper prints.



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 9.001 Institutional holdings 

 9.002 Collection holdings by print title 

 9.003 Catalogues and checklists 

 9.004 Correspondence and notes 

Subseries 9.2 Bibliography and exhibition references 

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by print title, the sheets in this group include references to books and articles referencing individual prints, and to exhibitions in which prints were shown.



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 9.005 A-K 

 9.006 L-Z 

Subseries 9.3 Collection record 

Scope and Contents note

This group includes a photocopy of Hopper’s dealers book, in which the names of various dealers are listed alphabetically, along with their address, and the date, title, quantity and price for Hopper prints sold (at the back of this book is a list of gifts); a photocopy of Hopper’s Plate record, in which he wrote the name title of each plate and its size, along with the date and quantity of prints pulled. A third folder holds a listing of prints with alternate titles.



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 9.007 Hopper's Dealers Book 

 9.008 Hopper's Plate Record 

 9.009 Alternate titles 

Subseries 9.4 Hopper collages 

Scope and Contents note

Photographs, photocopies and notes relating to collages made by Edward Hopper. Many of these were clearly made as greeting cards; many were addressed to Hopper’s friend C. K. Chatterton; others are from the Sanborn collection.



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 9.010 Photographs and notes 

Subseries 9.5 Photographs and cataloging information 

Scope and Contents note

Arranged chronologically by print title, the folders in this group hold photographs, photocopies of photographs, and cataloging information relating to prints made by Edward Hopper.



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 9.011 Man's Head circa 

 9.012 Boy's Head circa 

 9.013 [Portrait Head] circa  

 9.014 [Portrait Head] circa 

 9.015 [Portrait Head] circa 

 9.016 [Paris Scene with Carriage] 1915-1918 

 9.017 [City Street Scene] circa 

 9.018 The Bullfight circa 

 9.019 Soldier Reading 1915-1918 

 9.020 Somewhere in France 1915-1918 

 9.021 [Cafe] 1915-1918 

 9.022 Team of Horses 1915-1918 

 9.023 Portrait of Walter Little or  The Illustrator 1918 

 9.024 The Monhegan Boat 1918 

 9.025 Unlisted (Portrait of Arthur Cedarquist) 1915-1918 

 9.026 Portrait of Jeanne Cheruy 1915-1918 

 9.027 Unlisted (The Yank) 1915-1918 

 9.028 [Female Bathers] 1915-1918 

 9.029 [Three Male Bathers] 1915-1918 

 9.030 [Couple by Riverbank] 1915-1918 

 9.031 La Barriere 1915-1918 

 9.032 Les Poilus 1915-1918 

 9.033 The Painter 1915-1918 

 9.034 On My Roof 1915-1918 

 9.035 Unlisted (Woman in Chair) 1915-1918 

 9.036 The Open Window 1915-1918 

 9.037 [Standing Female Nude by Window] 1915-1918 

 9.038 [Seated Female Nude by Window] 1915-1918 

 9.039 Nude in a Chair 1915-1918 

 9.040 The Model 

 9.041 Man by a River 1915-1918 

 9.042 Unlisted (Tree and Fence) 1915-1918 

 9.043 Maine Coast 1915-1918 

 9.044 Unlisted (City Scene with Tenements) 1915-1918 

 9.045 From My Window 1915-1918 

 9.046 Evening, The Seine 1915-1918 

 9.047 Don Quixote 1915-1918 

 9.048 Carmine Street 1915-1918 

 9.049 The Bay Window 1915-1918 

 9.050 St. Nicholas Terrace 1915-1918 

 9.051 Street in Paris 1915-1918 

 9.052 William Graft 1915-1918 

 9.053 Night Shadows 1921 

 9.054 Night in the Park 1921 

 9.055 House Tops 1921 

 9.056 Evening Wind 1921 

 9.057 House on a Hill (The Buggy) 1920 

 9.058 Train and Bathers 1920 

 9.059 Les Deux Pigeons 1920 

 9.060 American Landscape 1920 

 9.061 Summer Afternoon 1919-1923 

 9.062 Self-Portrait 1919-1923 

 9.063 People in the Park 1920 

 9.064 Nude Facing Front 1919-1923 

 9.065 The El Station 1919-1923 

 9.066 The Conductor 1919-1923 

 9.067 Summer Twilight 1919 

 9.068 House by the River 1919 

 9.069 The Corner 1919 

 9.070 (Seated Sel-Portrait with Nude and Portrait) 1918 

 9.071 Self-Portrait circa 

 9.072 Night on the El Train 1920 

 9.073 Cow and Rocks 1918 

 9.074 The Cat Boat 1922 

 9.075 East Side Interior 1922 

 9.076 The Railroad 1922 

 9.077 Aux Fortifications 1923 

 9.078 Girl on a Bridge 1922 

 9.079 Sailboat with Portrait Studies 1923 

 9.080 The Henry Ford 1923 

 9.081 The Lighthouse (Maine Coast) 1921 

 9.082 The Locomotive 1923 

 9.083 The Lonely House 1922 

 9.084 Greetings Hoppers (House with Two Birds) 1924-1926 

 9.085 Greetings Hoppers (Sailing) 1924-1926 

 9.086 Greetings Hoppers (Eagles) 1924-1926 

 9.087 The Balcony 1928 

 9.088 (Jo Hopper) 1928 

 9.089 Miscellaneous handwritten notes 

Series 10: Related projects and research 1975-2002   3.0 folders

Conditions Governing Access note

Restrictions: Material restricted as marked on folders

Scope and Contents note

This miscellaneous group includes the following:

Bell, Chris. Liquidambar, a novel based on “twelve main works by Edward Hopper.” This manuscript was sent by the author to Whitney curator Barbara Haskell with a letter dated October 8, 2002

Other institutions with Edward Hopper holdings, a list of the results of a search on the RLIN bibliographic database for institutions holding Hopper material.

Film: Edward Hopper, An American View, 1975. Correspondence and other material relating to the production of a film on Hopper. The project was not realized.

Subseries 10.1 Richard Stark materials 



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 10.001 Richard Stark Biography and work 

 10.002 Notes 

 10.003 Manuscript 

 10.004 Original and photocopied letters and cards from Edward and Josephine Hopper 

 10.005 Reproductions of Hopper's work 1945-1995 

 10.006 Hopper newspaper clippings 1948-1995 

 10.007 Hopper exhibition catalogues and magazine articles, 1 of 2 1931-1989 

 10.008 Hopper exhibition catalogues and magazine articles, 2 of 2 1931-1989 

 10.009 Black and white photographs of Hopper's homes 

Subseries 10.2 Miscellaneous 



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 10.010 Bell, Chris: "Liquidamber" manuscript, 1 of 2 2002 

 10.011 Bell, Chris: "Liquidamber" manuscript, 2 of 2 2002 

 10.012  Institutional Archival Holdings 

 10.014 Film: Edward Hopper: An American View (unrealized) 1975 

Subseries 10.3 Notes 



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 10.015 HRC file numbering project notes, generated February - April 2007