Abigail Camp Dimon correspondence with William W. Seaman, 1937 Nov. 14-17
Dimon, Abigail Camp
Seaman, William W.
Anderson Galleries, Inc
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Two handwritten letters from Seaman to Dimon and one typewritten copy of a letter from Dimon to Seaman. They discuss the demise of the Anderson Galleries and the founding of the Parke-Bernet Galleries in its place.
Abigail Camp Dimon correspondence with William W. Seaman, 1937 Nov. 14-17. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Abigail Camp Dimon was secretary of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute.
Provenance unknown. One letter from Seaman is stamped: received Apr. 8 1958 CAP.
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