0.2 linear ft. (53 items on partial microfilm reel).
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Twenty-one letters, 1931-1972 from actress Joan Crawford, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Jocyline (Mrs. James L.) Buckley, and others, complimenting Haupt's portrait work, and three letters from lawyer E. Smythe Gambrell relating to a portrait of William B. Woods. In addition, there are photographs of Haupt and of his work, a group of etchings of Annapolis, Maryland with text by William O. Stevens, an invitation list for a party given by Ambassador Farland in honor of Haupt, and catalogs and clippings.
Erik Guide Haupt papers, 1931-1972. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm roll 1717 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Portrait painter; New York City and Baltimore, Md.
Donated 1972 by Erik G. Haupt.
Lives of American Artists
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