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    • [S.H. Church to John W. Beatty, December 19, 1901]

    • Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Bertram, James, 1872-1934; Montford, Horace; Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882--Miscellanea; Busts; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of...
    • A typescript letter from Samuel Harden Church to John W. Beatty discussing a bust of Charles Darwin to be presented by Andrew Carnegie to the Carnegie Institute. Includes references to James Bertram and Horace Montford. On letterhead of Carnegie...
    • [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 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...
    • [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...
    • [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...
    • The Carnegie Institute

    • Founder's Day (Carnegie Institute); Carnegie Institute--Anniversaries, etc.; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Carnegie Museum; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools; Frew, William Nimick; Carnegie, Andrew,...
    • Draft of speech delivered by Andrew Carnegie on Founder's Day, ghost-written by William Nimick Frew and presumably accompanying his letter of Apr. 18, containing information on Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute Dept. of Fine Arts,...
    • The Carnegie Institute

    • Carnegie Institute--Anniversaries, etc.; Founder's Day (Carnegie Institute); Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Carnegie Museum; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools; Frew, William Nimick; Carnegie, Andrew,...
    • Revised draft of speech delivered by Andrew Carnegie on Founder's Day, ghost written by William Nimick Frew, containing information on Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institute Dept. of Fine Arts, Carnegie Museum, and the Technical...
    • [S.H. Church to Andrew Carnegie, January 16, 1908]

    • Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Western University of Pennsylvania; Oakland (Pittsburgh, Pa.); University of Pittsburgh; McCormick, Samuel B.; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools ; Hamerschlag,...
    • A typescript letter from Samuel H. Church to Andrew Carnegie about the site for the ""new university"", presumably for the new location of the Western University of Pennsylvania. It will eventually be located in Oakland a neighborhood of...
    • [James Bonar to Andrew Carnegie, April 13, 1911]

    • Bonar, James, 1864-1942--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Art, American--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh--20th century--Exhibitions; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Carnegie International; Philanthropists--United...
    • A typescript letter from James Bonar, President of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh to Andrew Carnegie expressing the need for a permanent exhibit of works by local artists. While he praises the galleries in the Carnegie Institute and the...
    • [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, 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...
    • [S.H. Church to Andrew Carnegie, January 20, 1908]

    • Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Money; Philanthropists--United States; Endowments; Carnegie Institute; Carnegie Institute. Technical Schools; Western University of Pennsylvania; Allegheny...
    • A typescript letter from Samuel Harden Church to Andrew Carnegie acknowledging Carnegie's letter of January 14, 1908 in which Carnegie asks Church what he would do with five or ten million dollars. Church extols Carnegie's various philanthropic...
    • [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...
    • [John Caldwell to Andrew Carnegie, July 2, 1904]

    • Caldwell, John--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Founder's Day (Carnegie Institute); Painting, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions; Carnegie Institute--Anniversaries, etc.--Planning;...
    • A signed typescript letter from John Caldwell, Chairman of the Carnegie Institute Board of Trustees Fine Arts Committee, to Andrew Carnegie requesting approval to spend Committee funds to erect a temporary structure to house the 9th annual art...
    • [John W. Beatty to Andrew Carnegie, March 27, 1913]

    • Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Evans, William Thomas, 1843-1917--Art collections; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts; Art museums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Carnegie...
    • A handwritten typescript letter from John Beatty, Carnegie Institute Director of Fine Arts, to Andrew Carnegie informing him that Beatty is in New York to study the W.T. Evans art collection with a view towards acquiring one or two paintings for...
    • [John W. Beatty to Andrew Carnegie, November 30, 1914]

    • Beatty, John W. (John Wesley), 1851-1924--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Vonnoh, Robert William, 1858-1933; Painters--United States; Carnegie Institute. Dept. of Fine Arts--Exhibitions; Art, Modern--20th...
    • A typescript letter from John W. Beatty to Andrew Carnegie concerning Mr. Robert Vonnoh's opinion of the Carnegie Institute, Dept. of Fine Arts' permanent collection of paintings and Vonnoh's current exhibition at the Carnegie Institute. Beatty...

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