CLARKE, BERT Papers, 1871-1993, (bulk 1941-1993)
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Guide to the Bert Clarke Papers

Title: Bert Clarke Papers, 1871-1993, bulk 1941-1993

OCLC No. (unique ID): 806242947

Dates: 1871-1993

Bulk Dates: 1941-1993

44 boxes, 6 prints (44 linear ft.)

This collection comprises the personal papers of Bert Clarke (1910-1994), a notable fine typographer and member of the Grolier Club.

Access Restrictions:
Collection is open for research use. Copyright restrictions may apply; please contact repository for requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote, or reproduce the materials.

Preferred Citation:
[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], Bert Clarke Papers, 1871-1993, bulk 1941-1993, The Grolier Club.

About the Finding Aid:
This finding aid was prepared by Rachel E. Greer in Microsoft Word at the Grolier Club, July 2012 with additions in May 2014 and October 2015.

This collection was donated by Bert Clarke’s wife, Muriel Clarke, in August 2011, with subsequent donations in 2012, 2014 and 2015. 

Access Points:


A. Colish, Inc.
Alice in Wonderland
Clarke, Bert, 1910-1994
Clarke, Muriel
Clarke & Way Press
Cooke, Alistair, 1908-2004
Frick Collection
Garamond Press
Grolier Club. Publications.
Limited Editions Club
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Moby Dick
New York Public Library. Exhibitions.
Nissha Press
O’Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986
Rockefeller Foundation
Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978
Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957
The Thistle Press
Trouvaille Française
Way, David J.
Wyeth, Andrew, 1917-2009

Printing—United States—20th Century—Specimens.
Private Presses—United States—20th Century—Specimens
Graphic Design (Typography) —United States—20th Century—Specimens.
Printers—United States—20th Century—Correspondence

Letters —United States —20th century. (rbgenr)
Printers’ proofs —United States — 20th century. (aat)

Biographical/Historical Note: 

Bert Clarke was born in Richmond, Virginia in 1910. He started his typographical work in high school, laying out his high school yearbook. Clarke earned a BA degree from Johns Hopkins in Liberal Arts in 1931. After a brief early career in Tin Pan Alley as a music writer, Clarke went to work at Garamond Press in Baltimore in 1935. During World War II, Clarke served in the Coast Guard, and returned to typographical work at George Macy’s Limited Editions Club in New York City after the war.  After a year with the Club, Clarke turned to freelance pursuits and happened upon an opportunity to complete a set of catalogues for the Frick Collection with then-partner, David J. Way. After the catalogues were complete, the two bought a press in New York and named it The Thistle Press. The two continued producing fine typography until 1970, when the press was merged with another.  Clarke was then invited to join the press of A. Colish, Inc. as Director of Design and Typography.  Throughout his career, Clarke also produced volumes for the Imprint Society, the Bollingen Foundation, the Grolier Club, and others. Bert Clarke died in 1994 in New York City, and was survived by his wife, Muriel Clarke. 

Scope and Content Note:

This collection consists of materials generated by and collected during Bert Clarke’s career. The collection includes material generated in conjunction with Clarke’s specific projects including drafts, early designs, budgets, correspondence, reviews, and proofs. These files also include visual material such as drawings and occasional photographs. The collection also includes material that Bert Clarke collected for general use in his day-to-day work including printing and typographic samples, ornament samples, font samples, and engravings. A small amount of general correspondence is included, as well as a collection of ephemera from organizations with which Clarke was involved. The majority of the collection is made up of Bert Clarke’s personal library and is organized under Series V: Publications. This collection includes samples of Clarke’s typographic and design work throughout his career. Strengths of the collection include a full set of The Frick Collection Catalogue, published in 1949; material for the Artists Illustrated Moby Dick; Clarke's work for the David and Peggy Rockefeller Foundation; and ephemera and printed works produced in conjunction with The Grolier Club.


Arrangement Note:  

This collection arrived with no arrangement scheme and was arranged by the archivist into the following series:

·     Series I:    Project Files

·     Series II:   Correspondence

·     Series III:  Research Files

·     Series IV:  Ephemera & Personal Miscellany

·     Series V:   Publications

·     Series VI:  Objects

·     Oversize Series I: Project Files

·     Oversize Series II: Correspondence

·     Oversize Series IV: Ephemera & Personal Miscellany


Series I, III, & IV are arranged alphabetically. Series II is arranged chronologically, where the date is known. Objects were separated into their own box, and Publications are temporarily unindexed, with an inventory available in the container list of this document.

Folder names chosen by the archivist appear in brackets. Oversize series correspond in scope, content, and arrangement to the regular series; oversize items were removed due to size. For more information about each series, please see the scope and content and arrangement notes for each series.


Container List:

Series I: Project Files

Scope and Content Note: 

This series contains materials generated by Clarke’s work on books, catalogues, and other typographical projects.  The materials include: research materials, correspondence, drawings, proofs, and finished products including books, pamphlets, brochures, gallery announcements, and other material.

Arrangement Note:

This series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the project, where known.

 Box 1:

        Folder 1: Abe Lerner, Undated

        Folder 1a: A. Colish Greeting Card Printed Under B. C.’s Supervision, Undated

        Folder 2: Alice Project, Undated           

        Folder 3: An Approach to the Care of Photographs, 1976

        Folder 4: [Catalogue for the Exhibition of Archaeological Finds of the People’s Republic of

        China], 1975.

        Folder 5: Art Catalogues (1 of 2), 1970-1985

        Folder 6: Art Catalogues (2 of 2), 1974-1984

        Folder 7: Behind the Emblem: Lion Brothers Company, 1960s

        Folder 8: [Bernard Buffet, The Fly], Undated

        Folder 9: [Bert and Muriel Clarke Greeting Card], Undated

        Folder 10: [Bert Clarke Wedding Announcement], Undated

        Folder 11: [Bert Clarke Bio], Undated

        Folder 12: The Book I’ve Read Before: Limited Editions Club, 1972

        Folder 12a: [The Brick House Materials], Undated

        Folder 13: [Clarke & Way: A Toast to Eliza and Derby], 1968

        Folder 14: Clarke & Way Guide to Make-up by Signatures, Undated

        Folder 15: Consulting Work for Calloway Editions, circa 1992

        Folder 15a: A Description of the Catalogue of the Frick Collection, 1949

        Folder 16: Desiderata, Undated

        Folder 17: A Dinner for Frank Daniel Fortney at The Advertising Club, 1962

        Folder 18: [Donnybrook Fair 1941], 1941

        Folder 19: [Review of Eugene Onegin], Undated

        Folder 20: The Frick Collection, 1949

        Folder 21: Gallery Announcements, 1971-1987

        Folder 22: Georgia O’Keeffe Miscellany, 1985-1987

        Folder 22a: [Georgia O’Keeffe Project], 1988

        Folder 22b: [Georgia O’Keeffe Project], 1987-1989

        Folder 23: Golf, 1991-1992

        Folder 24: [Review of Goya’s “Black” Paintings, The Times Literary Supplement (London)], 1985

        Folder 25: Grolier Club Projects, Various

        Folder 26: Headmaster Report to the Parents and Alumni, Saint David’s School, 1988

        Folder 27: Jacket Covers, Various

        Folder 28: The Life of Tom Morris, Undated

        Folder 29: Limited Editions Club Projects, Various

        Folder 30: Maryland Academy of Sciences, Various

        Folder 31: [The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin], 1970

        Folder 32: [Miscellaneous Ephemera], 1980

        Folder 33: Moby Dick, Prospectus for Artist’s Limited Edition and Photographs, circa 1975

        Folder 34: [Moby Dick, Typescript of Cousteau’s Introduction], Undated

        Folder 35: [Review for Moby Dick, Publisher’s Weekly], 1975

        Folder 36: M. Tulli Cicerones Pro Archia Poeta, Undated

        Folder 36a: New Jersey History, Winter 1970, 1970    

        Folder 37: New York Public Library Show, 1987

        Folder 37a: New York Society Library Bookplate, 1973         

        Folder 38: Nissha Press, 1992

        Folder 39: The Nightmare Notebook (removed from book), 1975

        Folder 40: Norman Thompson Aeisler Munder, 1983

        Folder 41: [Paul Mellon Project], Undated

        Folder 42: Printing Project, 1992-1993

        Folder 43: Rockefeller Collection: Spine Label Sample, Undated

        Folder 43a: Rockefeller, 1993

        Folder 44: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (1 of 10), 1992


Box 2:

        Folder 1: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (2 of 10), 1992

        Folder 2: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (3 of 10), 1992

        Folder 3: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (4 of 10), 1992

        Folder 4: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (5 of 10), 1992

        Folder 5: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (6 of 10), 1992

        Folder 6: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (7 of 10), 1992

        Folder 7: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (8 of 10), 1992

        Folder 8: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (9 of 10), 1992

        Folder 9: The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection (10 of 10), 1982-1992

        Folder 10: [A Selection of Books Printed by A. Colish, Inc.], Undated

        Folder 11: Skowhegan School Brochures, 1972-1974

        Folder 12: Southern Illinois University Press Catalogues, 1970-1971

        Folder 13: Speeches, 1988

        Folder 14: The Stein Partnership, Undated

        Folder 15: Thistle Press Projects, Various

        Folder 15a: [T. Morus Book],

        Folder 16: Trouvaille Française, Undated

        Folder 16a: Trouvaille Française, Undated

        Folder 16b: Trouvaille Française, Undated

        Folder 17: Trouvaille Française, 1982

        Folder 18: Trouvaille Française, 1988

        Folder 18a: Trouvaille Française, 1992-1995

        Folder 19: Trouvaille Française, Undated

        Folder 20: Trouvaille Française, Undated

        Folder 22: Trouvaille Française, Art, Undated

        Folder 23: Trouvaille Française, Comp for Captions, 1987

        Folder 24: Trouvaille Française [Research Materials], Undated

        Folder 25: Trouvaille Française, Samples and Originals, Undated

        Folder 26: Two Lives: Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, 1992

        Folder 27: Ulysses S. Grant, Undated

        Folder 28: [Union Club Bulletin], 1987

        Folder 29: [A Weekend in May by Bee Dabney, Original Illustrations], 1964

        Folder 29a: [W.W. Tulloch/The Life of Tom Morris/USGA], 1992


Series II: Correspondence

 Scope and Content Note:

This series contains correspondence that Bert Clarke received in the course of his personal and professional life. Correspondents include Alistair Cooke, Peggy Rockefeller, Norman Rockwell, Andrew Wyeth, as well as other notable museum and publishing professionals. There are also many letters addressed to Betty, the general secretary at Clarke & Way. The letter from Richard Nixon was removed from the book to which the letter refers. That book can be found in Series V.

Arrangement Note:

Because personal correspondence was indistinguishable from professional correspondence in the original files, the archivist left the series intact as one, and researchers will thus find both kinds of material in this series. The correspondence was arranged chronologically by the archivist.

 Box 2:

        Folder 30: Correspondence (1 of 5), Undated

        Folder 30a: Correspondence (2 of 5), 1951-1964

        Folder 31: Correspondence (3 of 5), 1969-1982

        Folder 32: Correspondence (4 of 5), 1983-1987

        Folder 33: Correspondence (5 of 5), 1988-1993


Series III: Research Files

 Scope and Content Note:

This series contains materials that Clarke collected in the service of his work. The materials include paper samples, typographic samples, border illustrations, lithographs and other material. Though the same types of material may be repeated in Series I: Project Files, the material in this series were unconnected to any specific project in the collection. In most cases, the archivist generated folder titles by examining the materials.

 Arrangement Note:

This series was arranged alphabetically by folder title, by the archivist.

 Box 3:

        Folder 1: [A. Colish Guide to Make-up by Signatures], Undated

        Folder 2: Alphabet and Image #7, Good Initials and Ornaments, 1948

        Folder 3: Collected Engravings, Undated

        Folder 4: Collected Engravings and Typography, Undated

        Folder 5: [Collected Images], Undated

        Folder 6: Collected Ornaments, Undated

        Folder 7: Engravings, Undated

        Folder 8: [Die Titeleinfassungen Der Reformationszeit, tr. Title Borders from the Reformation] (1 of 2), 1912

        Folder 9: [Die Titeleinfassungen Der Reformationszeit, tr. Title Borders from the Reformation] (2 of 2), 1912

        Folder 10: [Colophon Book Shop List], Undated

        Folder 11: [Lustro-Dull Paper samples], Undated

        Folder 12: Miscellaneous Research Material, Various

        Folder 13: Ornaments, Undated

        Folder 14: [Ornaments], Undated

        Folder 15: [Paper Samples] (1 of 2), Undated

        Folder 16: [Paper Samples] (2 of 2), 1972

        Folder 17: [Proportional Scale], Undated

        Folder 18: Samples of Typographic Work, Undated

        Folder 19: Tools and Samples, Various

        Folder 20: Type, Various

        Folder 21: [Typeface Samples] (1 of 2), Undated

        Folder 22: [Typeface Samples] (2 of 2), Undated

        Folder 23: [Typographic Samples], Undated

 Box 3a:

        Enclosure: Book of Renaissance Ornaments, 1878

Series IV: Ephemera & Personal Miscellany

Scope and Content Note:

This series contains brochures, invitations, mailings, clippings and a small amount of personal miscellany received or collected by Bert Clarke throughout the course of his life and career, documenting his personal and professional interests and contacts.

Arrangement Note:

This series was arranged alphabetically by the archivist.

 Box 3:

        Folder 23a: A. Colish Birthday Card, 1982

        Folder 24: A. Colish Expansion Announcement, Undated

        Folder 24a: Address Book 1, Undated

        Folder 24b: Address Book 2, Undated

        Folder 25: [AIGA, 1972-73 Exhibition Schedule], circa 1972

        Folder 26: American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1941

        Folder 27: American Printing History Association Directory, 1986

        Folder 28: A.M.G.S., 1984

        Folder 29: Antiquarian Book Monthly Review, October 1975, 1975

        Folder 30: Archives of American Art Journal, 1983

        Folder 30a: August Hecksher’s Limited Edition Seasons Greeting, 1985

        Folder 30b: Bert Clarke Bio, Undated

        Folder 31: Book Show Catalogues, 1965-1968

        Folder 31a: Brochure for Bollingen’s The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, 1962

        Folder 32: Chicago Book Clinic Award, Undated

        Folder 33: Citation for Typographic Excellence, Type Directors Club, 1985

        Folder 34: Bert Clarke, Typographer Catalogue, 1987

Box 3b:

Folder 1: Correspondence, articles, etc. relating to Bert Clarke, Typographer exhibition at NYPL, 1987-1993 (from scrapbook, 2015 donation)

Folder 2: Scrapbook (2015 donation)
Box 3:
Folder 35: [Felice Feliciano program], 1989

        Folder 35a: [Frick Invitation], Undated

        Folder 36: German Fine Printing 1948-1988, 1992

        Folder 37: [Grolier Club Ephemera], 1948-1952

Box 4:

        Folder 1: [Grolier Club Invitation to Hermann Zapf Exhibition], circa 1987

        Folder 2: [Lee Hatfield], 1964

        Folder 3: [Holiday Cards, A. Colish], Various

        Folder 4: Horace Project, 1992

        Folder 4a: David Hume’s Daughter’s Wedding Announcement, 1982

        Folder 5: Dr. Robert Leslie’s 100th Birthday Celebration Ephemera, 1985

        Folder 6: Limited Editions Club Ephemera, 1954-1973

        Folder 7: [Matsubara Naoko Catalogue], circa 1988

        Folder 8: Miscellaneous Ephemera, Undated

        Folder 9: [New York Printers Wall of Fame – Class of 1976], 1976

        Folder 10: Personal Miscellany, Undated

        Folder 11: Philip Grausman Borgenicht Gallery Catalogues, 1966, 1979

        Folder 11a: Photo of Bert, Abe Colish, ?, Stephen Abramson, Undated

        Folder 12: Printing Impressions, Undated

        Folder 13: [Printing News, September 8, 1979], 1979

        Folder 14: [Printing News, December 1, 1979], 1979

        Folder 15: Publicity Engravers, Inc. Calendars, 1989-1990

        Folder 16: Publishers Weekly, November 22, 1985, 1985

        Folder 17: Ruzicka Exhibition Brochure, Grolier Club, 1948

        Folder 18: Signed Matsubara Greeting Card (for A. Colish), Undated

        Folder 19: The Stinehour Press Newsletter, 1991

        Folder 20: Typography Catalogue 147, circa 1977

        Folder 21: [Unidentified Auction Catalogue], undated

        Folder 22: [The Youth’s Companion, 1905], 1905

Series V: Publications

Scope and Content Note:

This series contains the personal library of Bert Clarke, which includes books, pamphlets, and ephemera on which he worked. The series also contains books that Clarke collected.

 Arrangement Note: 

This series retains its original order.

 Box 4:

        Folder 23: Publication Series Notes from Muriel Clarke, circa 2012

Box 5:

·       A Walk through the Cloisters

Bonnie Young

(Viking:  1979)


·       Odysseus Collages

Romare Bearden

(Cordier & Ekstrom: 1977)


·       Il Penseroso

John Milton & William Blake

(New York Limited Editions Club: 1954)


·       Poems of William Wordsworth

(Thomas Crowell, New York: 1964)


·       An Evening with Thornton Wilder

(Harper & Bros: 1962)


·       Arshile Gorky, Important Paintings and Drawings

(Xavier Fourcade: 1979)


·       The Photographer and the American Landscape

(MOMA, n.d.)


·       Rodin Bronzes

(American Federation of Arts: 1969)


·       Naum Gabo, Of Divers Arts

(Bollingen: 1962)


·       Rhythm and Rhymes, Margaret Stillwell (inscribed to Bert Clarke by author)

(Mount Vernon: 1978)


·       Ancient Art from Afghanistan

Benjamin Rowland

(Asia Society: 1966)


·       The Canterbury Tales, with illustrations by Arthur Szyk

(Heritage Press: 1935)


·       More’s Utopia

(Heritage Press: 1935)


·       Reminiscences of a Long Life

Frieda Schiff Warburg

(New York: 1956)


·       The Charterhouse of Parma, Stendahl

(Heritage Press: 1955)


·       Bibliography of the Writings of Noah Webster

(New York Public Library: 1958)


·       Life on the Mississippi, Mark Twain

With illustrations by Thomas Hart Benton

(Heritage Press: 1944)


·       Barchester Towers, Trollope

(Heritage Press: 1958)


Box 6:


·       The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, vols. 1-8

(Southern Illinois UP: 1979)


·       General Grant by Matthew Arnold

Ed. John Simon

(Southern Illinois UP: 1966)


·       The Velveteen Rabbit

Margery Williams

Colish: 1974)


·       Recollections and Reflections

Janetta Whitridge

(New York: 1972, privately published)


·       Gods, Thrones, and Peacocks

Stuart Cary Welch, Milo Cleveland Beach

(Asia Society: 1965)


·       Kimball Art Museum, Handbook of the Collection

(Kimball Art Foundation: 1981)


Box 7:


·       Memorial for William C. Meninger

(New York Academy of Medicine: 1966)


·       The Principles Behind the Rules of Golf

(USGA: 1989)


·       Italic Quartet

John Dreyfus

(CU Printing House: 1966)


·       Golf and Golfers

(USGA: 1991)


·       Prints & People

Hyatt Mayor

(MMA: 1971)


·       Monet’s Years at Giverny

(MMA: 1978)


·       A Flower from Every Meadow

Stuart Cary Welch

(Asia Society: 1973)


·       Indian Drawings and Painted Sketches

Stuart Cary Welch

(Asia Society: 1976)


·       The Private Collection of Martha Jackson

(University of Maryland: 1973-1974)


·       Rodin Bronzes

(American Federation of Arts: 1969)

N.B. This is Dupe of book in Box 5.


·       Ark of Bones

Henry Dumas

(Southern Illinois UP: 1970)


·       Vassar College Art Gallery

(Vassar College: 1967)


·       The Wonder and the Glory

Edward Alexander Parsons

(Thistle Press: 1962)


·       Duncan Phillips and his Collection

Marjorie Phillips

(Norton: 1970)


·       Marjorie Phillips and her Paintings

(Norton: 1958)


·       The Museum and its Friends, The Whitney, Second Loan Exhibition

(Clarke and Way: 1959)


·       The Museum and its Friends, A Loan Exhibition

(Clarke and Way: 1958)


·       Notes on Woman Printers In Colonial America and the United States

(New York: The Hroswitha Club, 1976)

N.B. letter to Bert Clarke from Frank “L”? in front flap.


·       The Genoese Renaissance

Bertina and Robert Manning

(Houston, Musuem of Fine Arts: 1974)


·       Harry Callahan

(MOMA: 1965)


·       Louis Comfort Tiffany

(Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York: 1958)


·       Selected Paintings, Drawings & Books

(Yale Center for British Art: 1977)


·       The American Poster

(American Federation of the Arts: 1944)


·       Museum Studies I

(The Art Institute of Chicago:  1966)


·       What is American Art?

(Knoedler Gallery: 1971)


·       Exotic Art

(American Federation of Arts: 1961)


·       The Murtogh Guinness Collection



·       Jackson Burke

(In Memoriam, 1975)


Box 8:

·       Horses, Horses, Horses

(Franklin Watts: 1949)


·       Waking in a Tree

Daniel Hughes

(Clarke & Way: 1963)


·       BR Today

A Selection of his Books, with comments

(Grolier Club: 1982)


·       PROSE (serial) , Nos. 1-6


·       Old Forge Hollow Road

John Kemmerer, 1979


·       Along the Raccoon River, Winter

John Kemmerer, 1977


·       Along the Raccoon River

John Kemmerer, 1978


·       Morning

John Kemmerer, 1971


·       Selected Poems

Oscar Williams

(Clarke & Way: 1947)


·       Common Sense

Thomas Paine

Colish: 1976)


·       Kimball Art Museum, Handbook of the Collection

(Kimball Art Foundation: 1981)


·       Balcomb Greene

(American Federation of the Arts: 1961)


·       Kandinsky, Parisian Period

(Knoedler: 1969)


·       Thee

Conrad Aiken

(George Braziller: 1967)


·       Fifty Books 1966/Exhibition Year 1967


·       E.E. Cummings, A miscellany revised

(October House: 1967, Third Printing)


·       Nights


(New Directions: 1986)


·       Village

John Kemmerer, 1979


·       Eugene Onegin

Alexander  Pushkin

(Bollinger: 1st paperback printing 1981)


·       A Dinner for Frank Daniel Fortney

(Feb. 6, 1962)


·       An Animated Alphabet

Marie Angel

(Harvard College Library: 1971)


Box 9:

·       An Illustrated Catalogue of the Works of Art in the Collection of Henry Clay Frick, with an introduction by Sir Osbert Sitwell. Vols. 1-4


Box 10:

·       An Illustrated Catalogue of the Works of Art in the Collection of Henry Clay Frick, with an introduction by Sir Osbert Sitwell. Vols. 5-8


Box 11:

·       An Illustrated Catalogue of the Works of Art in the Collection of Henry Clay Frick, with an introduction by Sir Osbert Sitwell. Vols. 9-12


·       A Description of the Catalogue of the Frick Collection by Sir Osbert Sitwell and Paul Standard (Pittsburgh: 1949)


·       Photocopy of Article, “The Story of the Frick Catalogue”


·       Unidentified insert (folded)


Box 12:

·       Seurat

(Medaenas Monograph on the Arts: 1984)


·       Renoir

(MMA: 1980)


·       Frederic Remington

(Amon Carter Museum of Western Art: 1981)


·       Maurice Prendergast

(Phillips Collection: 1980)


·       Renoir, The Luncheon of the Boating Party

(Phillips Collection: 1981)


·       Vincent Van Gogh

(MMA: 1979)


·       Mary Cassatt

(MMA: 1984)


·       Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll, illustrations by John Tenniel

Colish: 1983)


·       Giacomo Joyce

James Joyce

(Viking: 1968)


·       Treasures from the Pierpont Morgan Library



·       Ancient Art from Afghanistan

(Asia Society: 1966)


·       American Naïve Paintings of the 18th and 19th Centuries

(American Federation of Arts: 1969)


·       To Celebrate the Life of Jack Barrett, 1903-1981

(Morgan Library: December 1, 1981)


·       Barnett Newman

Thomas B. Hess

(Walker & Co., New York: 1969)


·       Jackson Burke, 1908-1975

(Japan House: June 1975)


·       Gustave Caillebotte (pbk.)

(Houston, Museum of Fine Arts: 1976)


·       Gustave Caillebotte (hardcover)

(Houston, Museum of Fine Arts: 1976)


·       The Anatomy of the Brain

Thomas Willis

(UVS Pharmaceutical Corp, Tuckahoe, NY: 1971)


·       Bradley Walker Tomlin

(UCLA Art Galleries: 1957)


·       Five Masterpieces

Bruce Rogers’ Books for the Grolier Club

A Talk by Herbert H. Johnson

(Feb. 17, 1983)

N.B. Inscribed to Bert Clarke by Herbert Johnson; held for Grolier Club)


·       An Evening with Thornton Wilder

(Harper & Brothers: 1957)


·       Contemporary French Tapestries

(Museum of Contemporary Crafts: 1959)


·       Artists & Anatomist

Hyatt mayor

(MMA: 1984)


·       Archives of Asian Art

(Asia Society: 1978)


·       Manuscripts from the William S. Glazier Collection

(Morgan Library: 1959)


·       Liturgical Manuscripts

(Morgan Library: 1964)


·       Harry Dobson Miller Grier

(The Frick: 1972)


·       A Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection

(Boston Museum of Fine Arts: 1982)


·       Rules of the Thistle Golf Club

John Cundell


·       A Few Rambling Remarks on Golf

(A Facsimile Edition)

(USGA: 1983)


·       A Barrel of Diamonds

Charles Manfred Newton

(New York: 1980)


·       De Rerum Natura


(Heritage Club: 1946)


Box 13:

·       The Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri

(Inferno, Text and Translation)

(Bollingen: 1970)


·       The Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri

(Inferno, Commentary)

(Bollingen: 1970)


·       Some Rimes

H.G. Fischer

(Purgatory Press: 1976)


·       Dorothy Silberberg

In Memoriam, a talk by Brendan Gill

(May 25, 1976)


·       “Progress in the Graphic Arts”

T.M. Cleland

(Danbury: 1949)


·       The Life of Tom Morris

W.W. Tulloch, D.D.

(facsimile of the 1908 edition)

(USGA: 1992)


·       Great Golfers in the Making

(facsimile of the 1907 edition)

(USGA: 1988)


·       Golf Architecture in America

(facsimile of the 1927 edition)

(USGA: 1990)


·       Manuscripts from the William Glazier Collection

(Morgan Library: 1959)


·       Treasures from the Pierpont Morgan Library, 50th Anniversary Exhibition

(Morgan Library: 1957)


·       Drawings from Stockholm

(Morgan Library: 1969)


·       Dali: A Study of his Art in Jewels

(Owen Cheatham Foundation, Clarke and Way: 1959)


·       Ancient Egyptian Calligraphy

(MMA: 1983)


·       Egyptian Studies I, VARIA

(MMA:  1976)


·       Egyptian Studies II, The Orientation of Hieroglyphs, pt. 1 Reversals

(MMA: 1977)


·       Archives of Asian Art, XXX/1976-1977

(Asia Society: 1977)


·       Archives of Asian Art, XXXI/1977-1978

(Asia Society: 1978)


·       Looking at Art

Alice Elizabeth Chase

(Thomas Crowell: 1966)


·       Rarities of the Musee Guimet

(Asia Society: 1975)


·       John Peter Zenger and Freedom of the Press

Colish: 1984)


·       Okada, Shinoda, and Tsutaka

(Phillips Collection: 1979)


·       100 European Drawings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

(MMA:  1960{?})


·       Ancient Greek and Roman Gold Jewelry

Patricia F. Davidson

(Brooklyn Museum: 1984)


Box 14:


·       Homage to the Book

(West VA Pulp & Paper Co.: 1968)


·       The Game of Croquet

Horace Scudder

(Abercrombie & Fitch: 1968)


·       Old Bedford Days

(Privately printed, New York: 1953)


·       Drawings from New York Collections

The Italian Renaissance

(MMA & The Morgan: 1965)


·       Chronique

St. –John Perse

(Bollingen: 1961)


·       The Poems of W.B. Yeats

(Thistle Press, Ltd Editions Club: 1970)


·       Fable and Fiction: Frank Stockton

(Emmaus, PA, The Story Classics: 1949)


·       Four Oaks Farm &

Four Oaks Library

(Somerville, NJ: 1967)


·       Two Plays of Anton Chekhov

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1966)


·       Change

Hellmut Wilhelm

(Bollingen: 1960)


·       The Twelve Moneths and Christmas Day

(Clarke & Way: 1951)


·       Old Dominion Foundation, Report 1941-1966

(New York: 1966)


·       Once-Upon –A-Tyne

The Angling Art and Philosophy of Thomas Bewick

(Antiquarian Press, Montreal: 1977)


·       Saint-Simon: The Memoirs of Louis De Rouvroy, 2 vols. In case

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1959)


Box 15:


·       English and Other Silver

(MMA: 1969)


·       Dali: A Study of his Jewels in Art

(Owen Cheatham Foundation: 1959-1977)


·       The Collages of Robert Motherwell

(Houston, Museum of Fine Arts: 1973)


·       Genesis

(Madison Ave. Church Press: 1966)

N.B. Inscription to Bert Clarke.


·       Synchronism and Color Principles in American Painting

(M. Knoedler with Clarke & Way: 1965)


·       The Art of Tibet

Pratapaditya Pal

(Asia Society: 1969)


·       Exile and other Poems

St.-John Perse

(Bollingen: 1949)


·       The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts, hardcover

(American Federation of Arts: 1962)


·       The Ideal Theater: Eight Concepts, paperback

(American Federation of Arts: 1962)


·       Treasures of Ancient Nigeria

(Knopf: 1980)


·       Georgia O’Keeffe

Some Memories of Drawings

(U of NM P: 1974)

N.B. Contains letter from editor to publisher.


·       Georgia O’Keeffe

Some Memories of Drawings, supplemental box of mounted reproductions

(U of NM P: 1974)


·       A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

James Joyce

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1968)


·       Three Tales

Gustave Flaubert

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1978)


·       Twentieth Century Masterpieces from the Musee Grenoble

(U of Maryland: 1973)


·       Alfred Stieglitz

(National Gallery of Art: 1958)

Designed by Clarke & Way


·       Aristophanes: The Birds

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1959)


Box 16:

·       The House of Enschede, 1703-1953

Joh. Eschede

(Haarlem: 1953)

N.B. Clarke copy has loose spine.


·       Raymond Duchamp Villon

(Walker & Co., New York: 1967)


·       A Garland for Dylan Thomas

(Clarke & Way: 1963)


·       Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana

Eli Siegel

(Definition P, New York: 1958)


·       Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

(A Colish: 1983)


·       A Weekend in May

Illustrated by Bee Dabney, bound by Clarke & Way

(Oak Spring, Upperville, VA)

(The Thistle Press: 1965)


·       Sea marks

St.-John Perse

(Bollingen: 1958)


·       Carl Van Vechten

A Bibliography

(Knopf: 1955)


·       Spaces

Eleanor Wolff

(Privately printed: 1972)


·       Rowfant Rhymes

Carr Liggett

(Rowfant Club: 1972)


·       The Rowfant Club Yearbook

(Rowfant Club: 1972)


·       BR Today

A Selection of his Books with Comments

(Grolier Club: 1982)


·       The Short Stories of Anton Chekhov

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1973)


·       Washington Square

Henry James

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1971)


·       On Poetry

St.-John Perse

(Bollingen: 1961)


·       Two Addresses

St.-John Perse

(Bollingen: 1966)


·       Darker Ends

Robert Nye

(Hill and Wang: 1969)


·       Shakespeare’s Progress

Frank O’Connor

(World Publishing Company: 1960)


·       The Poetry of Yevgeny Yevtushenko, 1953-1965

(October House:  1965)


·       The Wanderer


Trans. By Francoise Delisle

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1958)


·       Steppenwolf

Herman Hesse

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1977)


·       A Toast to Eliza and Derby

(Clarke & Way: 1968)

250 copies


·       Two Views of the Mountain

(Tiny Keepsake of Bruce Rogers)

2 reminiscences of Bruce Rogers by Bert Clarke and David J. Way

85 copies printed on the occasion of Bruce Rogers’s 85th birthday,

Presentation copy, inscribed from Tony Glick to Bert Clarke.


Box 17:

·       From Action to Dynamic Silence

(Institute of Modern Russian Culture: 1991)


·       Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman

(Viking: 1959)


·       The Collection of John A. and Audrey Jones Beck

(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: 1974)


·       Clinton Genealogy

(Privately printed, New York: 1968)


·       Diabetes:  A Medical Odyssey

(USV Pharmaceutical Corp: 1971)


·       Life of St. George, from Caxton

(Bruce Rogers: 1957)


·       Fantasy in a Wood-Block, on Audubon’s meeting with Bewick

Gordon R. Williams

(The Caxton Club: 1972)


·       Their Wedding Journey

William Dean Howells

(Indiana UP: 1968)


·       Germinal

A Poem by Michel Ferrand

(Wittenborn, New York: 1958)


·       Lord Jim

Joseph Conrad

(Heritage Press: 1959)


·       The Indiana Home

Logan Esarey. Designed and illustrated by Bruce Rogers.

(Indiana UP: 1953, 1976)


·       Alfred Stieglitz

(National Gallery of Art: 1958)


·       Abstract Art Before Columbus

Dore Ashton

(Andre Emmerich Gallery: 1957)


·       Gabor Peterdi, paintings

Bruce Chernow

(Taplinger: 1982)


·       China Trade Porcelain: Patterns of Exchange

Clare le Corbeiller

(MMA: 1974)


·       Gods, Thrones, and Peacocks

Stuart Cary Welch

Milo Cleveland Beach

(Asia Society: 1965)


·       Frederic Goudy

D.J.R. Bruckner

(Harry N. Abrams: 1990)


·       Railroad Men

Simpson Kalisher

(Clarke & Way: 1961)


·       Nishapur

Charles K. Wilkinson

(A. Colish & MMA: n.d.)


·       Forty Paintings from the Reader’s Digest Collection

Exhibition by Prince and Princess Takamatsu

(Tokyo:  October 1966)


·       A Directory of St. Paul’s Churchyard

Trinity Parish in the City of New York

(Thistle Press: n.d.)


·       King of the World

Samuel M. Paley

(Brooklyn Museum: 1976)


·       The Demands of Art

Max Raphael

(Bollingen: 1968)


·       O’Keeffe

Lloyd Goodrich

Doris Bry

Exhibition Catalogue by the Whitney

(Whitney Museum of American Art: 1970)


Box 18:


·       Christian Iconography

Andre Grabar

(Bollingen, National Gallery of Art: 1968)


·       Degas: The Artist’s Mind

Theodore Reff

(MMA, Harper & Row: 1976)


·       Selections from ‘The Fancy’ or, True Sportsman’s Guide

By An Operator

(Imprint Society, MA: 1972)


·       The Portrait in the Renaissance

John Pope-Hennessy

(Bollingen: 1966)


·       Little Women

Louisa May Alcott

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1967)


·       A Study in Dissent

(Carbondale: 1968)


·       The Odyssey of a Film-maker

Frances Hubbard Flaherty

(Beta Phi Mu: 1960)


·       Richard M. Nixon

Inaugural Address

(Jan. 20, 1969)

N.B.  Contains signed letter from Richard Nixon to Bert Clarke.


·       The Awakening Interest in Science during the First Century of Printing, 1450-1550

Margaret Bingham Stillwell

(Biographical Society of America: 1970)


·       The Compleat Gamester

Charles Cotton

(Imprint Society: 1970)


·       Sixteen to Sixty, Memoirs of a Collector

Louisine W. Havemeyer

(Privately printed, New York: 1961)


·       Notes for a Great-Grandchild


(Privately printed: 1966)


·       Take One at Night

Arnold Whitridge

(New York: 1974)


·       Reminiscences of a Long Life

Frieda Schiff Warburg

(New York: 1956)


·       The Judicial Opinions of Paul Bonynge

(Clarke & Way: 1959


·       Cicero’s Three Books of Offices, or Moral Duties

Trans. Cyrus R. Edmonds

(Henry Bohn, London: 1856)

N.B. See accompanying excerpt printed by Clarke & Way: 1967

Box 19:

·       The Nightmare Notebook

Henry Miller

1 of 700 copies

(New Directions: 1975)


·       Two Lives, Georgia O’Keeffe & Alfred Stieglitz

Essay Collection

(HarperCollins, Callaway: 1992)


·       Poems of Emily Dickinson

(Thomas Y. Crowell: 1964)


·       Poems of Robert Burns

(Thomas Y. Crowell: 1967)


·       Poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson

(Thomas Y. Crowell: 1965)


·       The Charles B. Hoyt Collection,

in the Museum of Fine Arts: Boston

(Museum of Fine Arts: 1964)


·       A Commencement Address

Alistair Cooke

(Knopf: 1954)


·       A Toast to Eliza and Derby

Paul Mellon on the occasion of his daughter’s wedding.

(May 13, 1968)

N.B. This is a dupe.


·       A Newly Discovered Poem by Wm. Shakespeare,


(A. Colish: 1986)


·       The Brick House, Upperville, VA,


(Bert Clarke & A. Colish: n.d.)

·       Headmaster’s Report to the Parents and Alumni 1990,


Saint David’s School

New York City


·       The Fine Book: Rebirth of An Art,


(Shender Eaby: 1977)


·       Eugene Onegin


Trans. By V. Nabokov

Vol. 1—Translation

Vols. 2-3—Commentary

Vol. 4—Index, Russian Text

(Bollingen: 1964)


·       Essays


Trans. George B. Ives

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1946)


 Box 20:


·       The Italian Commedia dell’Arte

(Inkwell: 1983)


·       Great Locofoco Juggernaut

Malcolm Johnson

(Imprint Society, MA: 1971)


·       Dali: Paintings and Drawings

Thomas B. Hess

(M. Knoedler: 1970)


·       The Artist and the Animal

A Loan Exhibition for the Benefit of the Animal Medical Center

(M. Knoedler: 1968)


·       Breakfast in Mycenae

Poems by Lee Hatfield

(Clarke & Way: 1961)


·       Pre-Columbian Jade from Costa Rica

Elizabeth Kennedy Easby

(Andre Emmerich: 1968)


·       Victor Hammer and the Wells College Press

(Privately printed: 1993)


·       Early Maps of North America

Robert M. Lunny

(NJ Historical Society: 1961)


·       Twentieth Century Masterpieces from the Musee de Grenoble

(U of MD: 1973)


·       Four Hundred Years of Dance Notation

(Grolier Club: 1986)


·       Carmi e Favole

(Verona: 1969)


·       Blueberry: A Boat of the Connecticut Shoreline

David Hume

(J.N. Townsend, NH: 1994)


·       Four Great Americans

Tributes Delivered by President Richard Nixon

(Doubleday: 1972)


·       A. Hyatt Mayor

Selected Writings and a Bibliography

(MMA, Grolier Club: 1983)


·       An Exhibition of the George Macy Collection

Low Memorial Library

Columbia University

Nov. 1968-Feb. 1969


·       Everett Spruce

John Palmer Leeper

(American Federation of Arts: 1959)


·       Poems of John Keats

(Thos. Y. Crowell: 1964)

N.B.  Index card with Exhibition text from NYPL enclosed.


·       Poems of Robert Browning

(Thos. Y. Crowell: 1964)


·       Poems from France

(Thos. Y. Crowell: 1967)


·       Years of Twenty

Melanie and Ben Grauer

(Between-Hours-Press, NY: 1974)


·       Albert Camus

Nobel Acceptance Speech

(December 10, 1957)

·       H.P. Kraus, In Memoriam



·       H.P. Kraus, Gedichte

(New York: n.d.)


·       De Kooning, Recent Paintings

Thomas B. Hess

(Walker & Co.: 1967)


·       Longitude 30 West

Printed for the 20th Anniversary of the American Branch of Cambridge UP

(Cambridge UP:  1969)


·       The New Russian Poets, 1953-1966

George Reavey

(October House: 1966)


·       Essays in Illinois History

(Carbondale: 1968)


·       Figures in the Shadows

Jess Cloud

(Morris Gallery: 1957)


·       Juet’s Journal

Robert Juet

(NJ Historical Society: 1959)


·       Eugene Onegin

Aleksandr Pushkin

Trans. V. Nabokov, Revised Edition

4 vols.

(Bollingen: 1964)

N.B. This is revised edition, see earlier set in Box 19.


·       Notes on Prosody, accompaniment to Eugene Onegin trans.

V. Nabokov

(Bollingen: 1964)


·       Notes on Prosody, accompaniment to Eugene Onegin trans.

Offprint from Bollingen Series LXXII

V. Nabokov

(Bollingen: 1963)


·       The Hours of Jeanne D’evreux

(NY Graphic Society, MMA:  1957)


·       She Stoops to Conquer

Oliver Goldsmith

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1964)


Box 21:

·       On Designing and Devising Type

J. Van Krimpen

(New York, The Typophiles: 1958)


·       Address by Paul Mellon

Thoroughbred Club Award

(November 9, 1975)


·       Address by John A. Morris

On Racing Hall of Fame Day

August 7, 1980, Saratoga Springs


·       Fifty Yeats of Golf

Horace Hutchinson

(Facsimile of the 1919 Edition)

(USGA: 1985)


·       Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn

Scultpure, Prints, and Drawings

(Privately printed: 198?)


·       Tono-Bungay

H.G. Wells

(Ltd. Editions Club: 1960)


·       The Sculpture of Thailand

(Asia Society: 1972)


·       The Anatomy of a Brain

(USV Pharmaceutical Corp, NY: 1971)


·       John Peter Zenger and Freedom of Press

(A. Colish: 1984)


·       The Beach of Falesa

Robert Louis Stevenson

(Heritage Press: 1956)


·       Tartuffe

Moliere & The Would-Be Gentleman

(The Ltd. Editions Club: 1963)


·       Paul Valery, Collected Works

Bollingen Series, 6 vols.:

1.     Aesthetics (1964)

2.     Plays (1960)

3.     Degas, Manet, Morisot (1960)

4.     History and Politics (1962)

5.     Dialogues (1956)

6.     The Art of Poetry (1958)


·       The I Ching

Intro. By C.G. Jung

(Bollingen: 1950)


·       Our Lord Don Quixote

Trans. Anthony Kerrigan

(Bollingen: 1967)


·       The Story of Frederic Goudy

Peter Beilenson

(Peter Pauper, NY: 1965)


Box 22:

·       Sons and Lovers

D.H. Lawrence

(Limited Editions Club: 1975)


·       The Torrents of Spring


(Limited Editions Club, 1976)


·       Up From Slavery

Booker T. Washington

(Limited Editions Club, 1970)


·       The Wrightsman Collection Catalogues, Vols. I-V

Metropolitan Museum of Art



·       Art & Connoisseurship

Catalogue No. 170 to benefit the Frick Collection

Ursus Rare Books, Ltd, Undated


·       Renaissance Jewels and Jeweled Objects

The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1968


·       A Guide to the Wrightsman Galleries

Ed. James Parker

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1979


·       American Art from American Collections

James Biddle

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1963


Box 23:


·       The Divine Comedy of Dante

Bruce Rogers and A. Colish, 1955


·       Illuminated Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy, vols. 1 & 2

Bollingen Series, Princeton University Press


Box 24:

·       The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection, vols. I-IV

Privately published, 1984


·       50 Books 1964

The American Institute of Graphic Arts

Clarke & Way, 1964


·       Jonathan Wild the Great

Henry Fielding

The Limited Editions Club, 1943


·       Poetry for My People

Henry Dumas

Southern Illinois University Press, 1970


Box 25:


·       Quarto Millenary: 250 Publications of the Limited Editions Club, 1929-1954

The Limited Editions Club, 1959


·       Horace, Odes and Epodes, with manuscript pages

The Thistle Press (Limited Editions Club), 1961


·       The Book of the Prophet Isaiah

Limited Editions Club, 1979


·       Specimens: A Stevens-Nelson Paper Catalogue



Box 26:


·       Ten Years and William Shakespeare

A survey of the publishing activities of the Limited Editions Club from October 1929 to October 1940

Limited Editions Club, 1940


·       Georgia O’Keeffe, printers proofs

National Gallery of Art, 1987


·       The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection, printers proofs

Privately published, 1984

·       Georgia O’Keeffe

Jack Cohart and Juan Hamilton

National Gallery of Art, 1987


·       The Garden and the Wilderness

Charles Pratt

Horizon Press, 1980


·       Milton Avery

Bonnie Lee Grad

Stratheona Publishing Company, 1981


Box 27:


·       Freedom of Religion & Separation of Church and State

Ed. Henry Steele Commager

A.Colish, Inc., 1985


·       Helmut Ackerman: A suite of eight woodcuts to illustrate Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse published exclusively for the members of the Limited Editions Club

The Print Club, 1979


·       Mendes I

Robert K. Holz, David Steiglitz, Donald P. Hansen, & Edward Oschsenschlager

American Research Center in Egypt, 1980


·       The Houghton Library, 1942-1967

Harvard College Library, 1967


Box 28:


·       Xylon 21, Naoko Matsubara USA



·       Georgia O’Keeffe:  One Hundred Flowers

Ed. Nicholas Callaway

Knopf, 1987


·       Georgia O’Keeffe

Limited Edition with prints

The Viking Press, 1976


Box 29:

·       Moby Dick, or The Whale

Herman Melville, preface by Jacques Cousteau

The Artist’s Limited Edition, 1975


·       Georgia O’Keeffe

The Viking Press, 1976

·       Shakespeare’s Progress

Frank O’Connor

World Publishing Company, 1960.


Box 30:


·       Etchings from Ecclesiastes

William Majors


Museum of Modern Art, 1965


·       Georgia O’Keeffe - In the West –Advertisement

Knopf, Undated


·       Georgia O’Keeffe – In the West

Eds. Doris Bry and Nicholas Callaway

Knopf, 1989


·       Georgia O’Keeffe:  The New York Years

Eds. Doris Bry and Nicholas Callaway

Knopf, 1991

Series VI: Objects

Scope and Content Note:

This series consists of objects used by Bert Clarke in his work, as well as collector’s items and plaques commemorating awards that Clarke won.

Arrangement Note:

These items were separated into their own series due to their unique format. They occupy their own box.

 Box 5b:

        Object ID 1: New York Printers Wall of Fame Plaque, 1979

        Object ID 2: Spool of Gold Thread, Undated

        Object ID 3: Spool of Silver Thread, Undated

        Object ID 4: The American Friends of The Gutenberg Museum Certificate of Honor,


        Object ID 5: Commemorative United States Coin, 1871


Oversize Series I: Project Files

The Scope, Content, and Arrangement of this series replicate that of Series I: Project Files.

 Box 5a:

        Folder 1: [Catalogue for the National Symphony Ball], 1966

        Folder 2: [David and Peggy Rockefeller Foundation], Undated

        Folder 3: [Trouvaille Française], 1992


Print Room, 5th Floor, Grolier Club:

        Print 1:  Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with signatures and Georgia O’Keeffe Image,


        Print 2:  Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with signatures and Georgia O’Keeffe Image,


        Print 3:  Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with signatures and Georgia O’Keeffe Image,


        Print 4: Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with signatures and Georgia O’Keeffe Image,


        Poster Tube 1:

            Print 5: Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with Georgia O’Keeffe Image, 1989

Print 6: Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival with signatures and Georgia O’Keeffe Image, 1983


Oversize Series II: Correspondence

The Scope, Content, and Arrangement of this series replicate that of Series II: Correspondence.

Box 5a:

        Folder 4: Correspondence, 1970

        Folder 4a: Correspondence, 1981


Oversize Series IV: Ephemera

The Scope, Content, and Arrangement of this series replicate that of Series IV: Ephemera.

Box 5a:

        Folder 5: [Retirement Certificate, A. Colish (removed from frame)], 1986

        Folder 6: [Untitled Photograph of Bert Clarke, et. al. (removed from frame)], Undated

















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