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    • [Anders Zorn to S.H. Church, December 17, 1911]

    • Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Painters--Sweden; Art commissions; Portraits; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Portraits; Philanthropists--United States--Portraits; Mora (Sweden)
    • A handwritten letter from Anders Zorn to Samuel H. Church regarding the portrait Zorn painted of Andrew Carnegie. He explains that the portrait he painted of Andrew Carnegie, ordered by Church on April 21, 1911, has not been paid and he expects a...
    • [Anders Zorn to Samuel Church, April 25, 1911]

    • Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Portraits; Philanthropists--United States--Portraits; Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920; Painters--Sweden; Portraits; Art commissions
    • Western Union telegram presumably from Anders Zorn to presumably Samuel Church regarding a portrait to be painted of Carnegie by Zorn. Zorn agrees to a three quarter length portrait and to expect the sitting (with Carnegie) Monday morning in New...
    • [Anders Zorn to Samuel Church, May 15, 1911]

    • Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Painters--Sweden; Art commissions; Portraits; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Portraits; Philanthropists--United States--Portraits; Mora (Sweden); Beatty, John W. (John...
    • A handwritten letter from Anders Zorn to Samuel H. Church regarding the portrait Zorn painted of Andrew Carnegie. He explains that Carnegie liked the portrait and he hopes that Church likes it too. He writes that the portrait looks best in...
    • [Anders Zorn to Samuel H. Church, August 18, 1911]

    • Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Portraits; Philanthropists--United States--Portraits; Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920; Painters--Sweden; Portraits; Art commissions
    • A handwritten letter from Anders Zorn to Samuel H. Church explaining that Mr. Church's opinion of his portrait of Andrew Carnegie is the same opinion that he receives about all of his portraits. Church had written Zorn, presumably in a previous...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to James Bonar, April 14, 1911]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Bonar, James, 1864-1942--Correspondence; Art, American--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh--20th century--Exhibitions; Philanthropists--United States; Associated Artists of Pittsburgh
    • A typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to James Bonar, president of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, regarding a letter Carnegie received from Bonar asking him to help out financially with the establishment of a permanent exhibit of works by...
    • [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 Samuel Church, May 19, 1911]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Zorn, Anders, 1860-1920; Painters--Sweden; Art commissions; Portraits; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Portraits; Philanthropists--United States--Portraits; Carnegie,...
    • A handwritten letter from Andrew Carnegie to Samuel H. Church regarding the portrait Anders Zorn painted of Andrew Carnegie. He explains that he had four sitting with Anders Zorn and that Mrs. (Louise) Carnegie, Miss (Estelle) Whitfield and Mrs....
    • [Andrew Carnegie to W.N. Frew, December 15, 1906]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Frew, William Nimick--Correspondence; Philanthropists--United States; Carnegie Institute--Appropriations and expenditures; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh--Appropriations and expenditures; Pittsburgh...
    • A letter from Andrew Carnegie to William Nimick Frew, President of the Board of Trustees, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, in reference to a letter from Mr. Frew dated December 13, 1906, states that he would like to ""take care of everything but the...
    • [Andrew Carnegie to William Nimick Frew, December 15, 1906]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Frew, William Nimick--Correspondence; Philanthropists--United States; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Carnegie Institute--Appropriations and expenditures; Pittsburgh (Pa.)--Appropriations and...
    • A letter from Andrew Carnegie to William Nimick Frew, President of the Board of Trustees, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, in reference to a letter from Mr. Frew dated December 13, 1906, that states he would like to ""take care of everything but the...
    • [Carnegie family, Dungeness, England]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Family--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie family--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Perkins, Florence Carnegie--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Perkins,...
    • A photograph of a document issued by "the Southern clan" of the Carnegie family at Dungeness, England, expressing gratitude to Andrew Carnegie for "all the good you've done and yet may do," signed by Florence Carnegie Perkins and Frederick Curtis...
    • [Carnegie Hero Fund medal]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Pictorial works.; Carnegie Hero Fund Trust--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie Hero Fund Commission--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.;...
    • A photograph showing three copies of the Carnegie Hero Fund medal, which features a portrait of Andrew Carnegie and the inscription "Carnegie Hero Fund, established April 15th 1904. "Title supplied by cataloger.; On cardboard mount: 26 x 35 cm.;...
    • [Carnegie Hero Fund medals in case]

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie Hero Fund Trust--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Carnegie Hero Fund Commission--Miscellanea--Pictorial works.; Industrialists--Charitable contributions--United...
    • A photograph showing three copies of the Carnegie Hero Fund medal contained in a case. The medal bears the inscription "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends." The lid of the case contains a plate bearing...

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