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Correspondence consists of letters concerning Bartlett's art-related activities and his interest in various artists including Mary Ogden Abbott, Amy Cross, George Dergalis, Lilian Westcott Hale, and Arthur J. Stone (1930-1981). Printed material includes clippings (1959-1979), exhibition and auction announcements, catalogs (1937-1981) and programs (1956-1968). Other materials consist of a docent speech for an exhibition, a slide of the painting TULIPS by Amy Cross, four receipts (1946-1977) and price lists (1960-1965).
Eliot Fitch Bartlett papers, 1930-1981. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Volunteer curatorial assistant at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts during the 1970s.
Donated by Eliot Fitch Bartlett.
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