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Records documenting painting sales, including a ledger, 1903-1907, recording sales and purchases, noting artist, title, size, name and address of client or dealer; correspondence, 1889-1961, relating to buying, selling, and collecting art, including correspondence of his son, Arthur B. Miller, 1915-1961, in settling the estate; a pocket diary, 1880; receipts; notes and lists; a picture of William Miller, 1897; exhibition catalogs and announcements; auction catalogs; and files on paintings bought and sold, including works by: Claude, Hobbema, Inness, Homer Martin, and Pannini.
William Miller papers, 1880-1961. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Art dealer and collector; New York City and New Jersey.
Donated by Dorothy C. Miller, granddaughter of William Miller, 1994.
The Art Market
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