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    • [Andrew Carnegie (?) to James Bertram (?), November 10, 1909]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924; Museum directors--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Painting, Modern--20th...
    • An unsigned, unaddressed memo presumably from Andrew Carnegie to his personal secretary James Bertram. Referring to a November 10th New York Tribune article which includes a portion of a speech about the annual Carnegie International art exhibition...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to John W. Beatty, April 4, 1913]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Painting, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Painters--France; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
    • A telegram from Andrew Carnegie to John Beatty written in response to Beatty's April 3rd letter requesting a message of thanks to be read at a banquet held in honor of the members of the jury of award for the upcoming Carnegie Institute annual...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church, April 25, 1908 (copy)]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Money; Philanthropists--United States; Endowments; Carnegie Institute; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools; Western University of Pennsylvania; Allegheny...
    • A typescript letter (signed) from Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church. Carnegie thanks Church for replying to his inquiry into what he would do if he had at his disposal $5-10 million, and states that he will not be able to deal with the subject before...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church, April 25, 1908]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Money; Philanthropists--United States; Endowments; Carnegie Institute; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools; Western University of Pennsylvania; Allegheny...
    • A typescript letter (signed) from Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church. Carnegie thanks Church for replying to his inquiry into what he would do if he had at his disposal $5-10 million, and states that he will not be able to deal with the subject before...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church, January 8, 1913]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Byers, Alexander M., 1827-1900--Art collections; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
    • A signed typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to Samuel Church, Secretary of the Carnegie Institute Board of Trustees, written in response to a copy of a January 6th letter that Church sent to Carnegie Institute of Fine Arts Director John Beatty....
    • [Andrew Carnegie to S.H. Church, January 8, 1913]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Byers, Alexander M., 1827-1900--Art collections; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
    • A unsigned copy of a typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to Samuel Church, Secretary of the Carnegie Institute Board of Trustees, written in response to a copy of a January 6th letter that Church sent to Carnegie Institute of Fine Arts Director...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to W.N. Frew, May 6, 1913]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Frew, William Nimick--Correspondence; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Painting, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Art insurance; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
    • An unsigned typescript copy of a letter from Andrew Carnegie to William Frew authorizing modifications to the manner in which the Carnegie Institute insures paintings that are sent to Pittsburgh for the annual international art exhibition. The...
    • [Ellery Sedgwick to Andrew Carnegie, November 9, 1904]

    • Sedgwick, Ellery, 1872-1960--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Leslie's monthly magazine; Carnegie Institute; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Feature writing; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
    • A signed typescript letter from Ellery Sedgwick, editor of Leslie's Monthly Magazine, to Andrew Carnegie asking him to contribute a short article about the objects and achievements of the Carnegie Institute Department of Fine Arts to be published...
    • [George H. Clapp to Colonel Samuel H. Church, January 21, 1908]

    • Clapp, George H.--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Western University of Pennsylvania--Board of Trustees; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Money; Philanthropists--United States; Endowments; Carnegie Institute;...
    • A handwritten letter from George H. Clapp, president of the Western University of Pennsylvania's Board of Trustees, to Samuel Harden Church in regards to Church's letter, presumably dated January 20, 1908, to Andrew Carnegie in response to a letter...
    • [Harrison S. Morris to Andrew Carnegie, November 22, 1904]

    • Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872; Chase, William Merritt,...
    • A signed typescript letter from Harrison Morris, Managing Director of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, to Andrew Carnegie requesting confirmation that Carnegie would like to commission a copy of the Academy's portrait of Judge Ross by...
    • [Harrison S. Morris to James Bertram, December 1, 1904]

    • Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--Correspondence; Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872; Chase, William Merritt, 1849-1916;...
    • A signed typescript letter from Harrison Morris to James Bertram, written in response to Bertram's letter of November 28th. Morris explains that he recommended William Chase to copy Thomas Sully's painting of Judge Ross for the Carnegie Institute...
    • [Harrison S. Morris to James Bertram, December 7, 1904]

    • Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--Correspondence; Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872; Breckenridge, Hugh H. (Hugh...
    • A signed typescript letter from Harrison Morris to James Bertram, written in response to Bertram's letter of December 5th. Morris reports that Hugh Breckenridge has accepted the commission to copy Thomas Sully's painting of Judge Ross for the...
    • [James Bertram (?) to Harrison S. Morris, November 28, 1904]

    • Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--Correspondence; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872; Chase, William Merritt, 1849-1916;...
    • A typescript letter presumably from James Bertram, Andrew Carnegie's personal secretary, to Harrison Morris, written in response to Morris' November 22nd letter to Carnegie. Bertram reports that Carnegie feels a great original artist like William...
    • [James Bertram (?) to John Ross, May 6, 1913]

    • Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Ross, John--Correspondence; Mackie, Charles H. (Charles Hodge), 1862-1920; Mackie, Peter; Painters--Scotland; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Painting, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Art...
    • An unsigned typescript letter presumably from James Bertram, Andrew Carnegie's personal secretary, to John Ross, Chairman of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, written in response to Ross's March 31st letter. Bertram notes that, though both Mackie...
    • [James Bertram (?) to John W. Beatty, March 24, 1913]

    • Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Painting, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; La Thangue, Henry...
    • An unsigned typescript letter presumably from James Bertram, Andrew Carnegie's personal secretary, to John Beatty written in response to Beatty's March 20th letter concerning the selection of the jury of award for the upcoming Carnegie Institute...
    • [James Bertram to Harrison S. Morris, December 5, 1904]

    • Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Morris, Harrison S. (Harrison Smith), 1856-1948--Correspondence; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872; Breckenridge, Hugh H. (Hugh Henry),...
    • A typescript letter presumably from James Bertram, Andrew Carnegie's personal secretary, to Harrison Morris, written in response to Morris' letter of December 1st. Bertram reports that Carnegie is satisfied to let Mr. Breckenridge copy Thomas...
    • [John Beatty to Andrew Carnegie, August 10, 1904]

    • Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Stephen Collins, 1826-1864--Portraits; Foster, Rebecca S.; Stephen Collins, 1826-1864--Family; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art...
    • A signed typescript letter from John Beatty to Andrew Carnegie recommending that he purchase for the Carnegie Institute a portrait of Stephen Foster that is being offered for sale by Mrs. Morrison Foster. A handwritten notation from Andrew...
    • [John Beatty to Mrs. Morrison Foster, August 3, 1904]

    • Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Foster, Rebecca S.--Correspondence; Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864--Portraits; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Philanthropists--United States; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art...
    • A signed typescript letter from John Beatty to Mrs. Morrison Foster confirming that her July 26th letter and a portrait of Stephen Foster that she wants to sell to Andrew Carnegie for the Carnegie Institute have both been received. Beatty notes...
    • [John Beatty to Rebecca S. Foster, August 9, 1904]

    • Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Foster, Rebecca S.--Correspondence; Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864--Portraits; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Philanthropists--United States; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art...
    • A signed typescript letter from John Beatty to Rebecca Foster acknowledging receipt of her August 4th letter and confirming that he will contact Andrew Carnegie and get back in touch with her in a few weeks after Carnegie decides whether he wants...

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