One scrapbook compiled by Tilton containing photographs of artists John Rollin Tilton and William Wetmore Story in their studios in Rome, of Paul Akers, of writers Robert Browning, Thomas Carlyle, and Alfred Tennyson; photographs of views of Italy, Switzerland, Scotland, Gibraltar, and New York state; photographs of works of art by Emma Stebbins, Tilton's aunt, and by old masters; watercolors by Tilton, H. Coleman, Thomas Hotchkiss, and Tilton's brother Paul H. Tilton.
Unbound scrapbook contains clippings, exhibition announcements, and illustrations pertaining to the annual art exhibitions of paintings by U.S. merchant seamen, organized and directed by Peterson. Only selected pages have been scanned.
Charles Green Shaw's dismantled scrapbook documents his art and exhibitions. These images pertain to the Gallery of Living Art exhibition Five contemporary American concretionists at the Paul Reinhardt Galleries, Mar. 9 - 31, 1936. Only selected pages have been scanned.
41 x 29 cm. closed 41 x 58 cm. open. Any citation of this collection must include the following title designated by the donor: Whitney Museum of American Art, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney papers. Gift of Flora Miller Irving.
Typical open view of one of the twenty Macbeth Gallery scrapbooks included in the Macbeth Gallery records. The scrapbooks contain mostly clippings but also exhibition catalogs, some annotated with prices, and other miscellaneous documents.
Scrapbook is fragile, only two loose photographs have been scanned. Title placard inside scrapbook reads: Cleo Dorman's collection. Scrapbook contains items from Cleo's time as an artists' model at Cranbrook, the Art Institute of Chicago, the AIC Summer School in Saugatack, Michigan, and the Art Students League. It also concerns her personal art collection, and clippings about art modelling. Among the contents are clippings, photographs, articles about Cleo Dorman and the institutions where she worked, and a program for Charles White's memorial service. The two scanned photographs depict Dorman posing, possibly for a class of Louie Ritman at the Art Institute of Chicago (a nearby notation reads "posing for Louie Ritman's class - 1942"). They measure 9 x 9 cm. each, and are stamped on verso: Samuel Woolf; 1646 E. 54th St.; Chicago 15, Ill.