Ida Guggenheimer correspondence with Walter Pach and related miscellaneous material, 1929-1951
Guggenheimer, Ida Espen, 1866-1959
Pach, Walter, 1883-1958
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Fifty-seven letters from Walter and Magda Pach to Guggenheimer and a letter from Guggenheimer to Pach, discussing personal and art-related matters; a list of illustrations on art appreciation from the New York Women's Trade Union League; 3 lists of miscellaneous names and addresses; a 15-page essay "Tradition" by Walter Pach, 1934; 3 clippings, 1930-1950; an exhibition catalog for Pach from the Galerie Dru, Paris, 1932.
Ida Guggenheimer correspondence with Walter Pach and related miscellaneous material, 1929-1951. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 4039 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Ida Espen Guggenheimer (Mrs. Jay C. Guggenheimer) was a noted feminist. Walter Pach was a painter and critic.
Exhibition catalog is in French.
The donor, Clara Binswanger, is the daughter of Ida Guggenheimer.
Lives of American Artists
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