Victor Proetz letters to Max Putzel, 1935 [and undated]
Proetz, Victor, 1897-1966
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13 letters (on partial microfilm reel)
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Letters mostly concern an article that Proetz is preparing for House and Garden magazine about architecture in St. Louis. Proetz, writing from New Haven and New York City, writes to Putzel in St. Louis to ask Putzel to photograph architectural details for his proposed article. One letter includes thumbnail sketches and the location of doors, railings, and windows in St. Louis that are important to his article.
Victor Proetz letters to Max Putzel, 1935 [and undated]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 5279 (fr. 911-952) available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Proetz was an architect and interior designer; New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.; Putzel, a newpaper reporter for the St. Louis Post Dispatch and friend of Proetz.
Donated 1994 by Max Putzel.
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