M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL EMIGRE COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
FRITZ NEUGASS PAPERS, 1913-1979

(GER-007)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Preliminary Finding Aid Compiled by
Dan W. Golden
June 13, 1990
Revised Finding Aid Completed by
Sandra Hunt Hawrylchak
November 3, 2009







M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
University Libraries / University at Albany / State University of New York 
1400 Washington Avenue / Albany, New York 12222 / (518) 437-3935

VOLUME: 60 cubic feet.

ACQUISITION: All items in the collection were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Lotte Labus Neugass on June 20, 1983.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

COPYRIGHT: Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List


Fritz Neugass Papers
Biographical Sketch

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Fritz W. Neugass (pseudonyms François Neuville and Friedrich Brenatano) was born on the 28th of March 1899 in Mannheim, Baden, Germany to a Protestant-Jewish family. In 1917, he finished school in Mannheim with an end examination (an "Arbitur"), which granted him permission to study at a university. During this time, Neugass was briefly a member of the Wandervogel movement. The following year, Neugass volunteered to serve in the Army. His military career was quickly ended when he was buried in rubble after an engagement with the enemy. Neugass spent the rest of the war in an army hospital, and then as a censor for the post office.

From 1919 to 1924, Neugass was a student of Art and Archeology in Heidelberg (1919-1920), Munich (1920), Berlin (1920-1921), and Bonn (1922-1923). He received his Ph.D. in Heidelberg in 1924. Neugass' dissertation discussed Gothic pews, and was printed in Strassburg within a series of art historical studies. Shortly thereafter, Neugass found employment as a lab assistant at the German Archeological Institute in Rome, and at the German Institute for history in Florence. During this time, he participated in many archeological excavations in Italy.

Neugass spent the years 1926 to 1939 as a resident of Paris, where he worked as an art correspondent for German and Swiss newspapers and art magazines, such as Berliner Tageblatt, Vossische Zeitung, Weltkunst, and others. After 1933, his work was no longer accepted in Germany. This led Neugass to work for various American, British, and French periodicals. He often used the pseudonyms François Neuville and Friedrich Brenatano at this time. Much of Neugass' time was spent in the nations around the Mediterranean, where he took a large number of photographs.

In 1939, French authorities labeled Neugass an "enemy alien" and interned him in Antibes and in Les Milles. Neugass later wrote a novel about his experiences in the French detention camps. In 1940, he arrived in Free France (Cannes), and applied unsuccessfully for an American visa through the Emergency Rescue Commission of Varian Fry. Nevertheless, Neugass managed to emigrate to the United states via Casablanca in December 1941 just before a Vichy court found Neugass guilty of "enemy propaganda."

Shortly after his arrival in the U.S., Neugass worked as a swimming instructor and as a nurse. He made various unsuccessful applications to join the U.S. Army or to work in the war industry. While taking night-classes to learn blueprint drawing, Neugass performed volunteer work for the Red Cross of New York City. Not long before the end of the War, Neugass joined the NYC Patrol Corps. He also worked with the Volunteer Service Photographers (who aided paraplegic G.I.'s with photography).

In 1944, Neugass married Lotte Labus, who had earned her own Ph.D in Berlin. Labus and Neugass had met in the U.S. When the War ended, Neugass became a free-lance photographer. He published photos and articles in American and European photo magazines, such as Aufbau, New Yorker, New Yorker Staats- Zeitung und Herold, and Art News. He became a member of the American Society of Magazine Photographers, and had an exhibition of his work at the Village Camera Club. In 1954, the American Museum of Natural History held an exhibit of several dozen photographs that Neugass had taken in Mexico the previous year.

After 1947, Neugass re-established contact with various German newspapers and magazines, and became a correspondent on the subjects of art, architecture, the art market, and photography. He later became a permanent contributor to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Handelsblatt, and other European art and photography magazines. Neugass often wrote for the American art magazine Art Voices.

In January 1979, Neugass was forced to turn down an offer to act as the American editor for a new German magazine (Art) due to poor health. He passed away in June. A memorial exhibit of Neugass' work was held on the 15th of October 1979 at the Goethe House of New York City.

Exhibits of photography by Fritz Neugass:

1954: American Museum of Natural History exhibit of photographs that were taken by Fritz Neugass in Mexico in 1953.

1959 (July-August): Chautauqua Art Association Gallery exhibit of photographs by Fritz Neugass.

(ca. 1959): Village Camera Club exhibit of photographs that were taken by Fritz Neugass in New York City and in Europe.

1979 (October 15): Goethe House of New York City memorial exhibit of photographs by Fritz Neugass.

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Sources

Roder, Werner. International Biographical Dictionary of Central European Émigrés (New York: Gale Research Company, 1980): 854.

Telephone interview with Mrs. Lotte Neugass, 8 June 1990.



Fritz Neugass Papers
Scope & Contents Note

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Fritz Neugass was a professional photographer and journalist as early as 1926, when he first moved to Paris. He was active almost until the day of his death in 1979. The earliest photographs in the collection (not including his personal family pictures) date from the 1930s (few of these images have specific dates written on them.) The dates for the entire collection of papers and photographs range from 1913 to 1979. There are many gaps in time for this collection, which is to be expected in a set of personal papers.

The basic arrangement of the Neugass Papers was completed by Lotte Neugass prior to their deposit at the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections. The collection was divided two main sections. Section one contains mostly typewritten notes (in German and in English), photographs, books, and clippings from periodicals. This material relates to various museum art exhibits and art auctions that took place from the early 1950s to the 1970s. Other papers discuss the work of well-known artists and styles of art, as well as contemporary news events. Much, if not most, of the above material apparently served as sources for articles that were written by Neugass. The second section, almost exclusively photographs, includes personal family pictures, views in and around New York City, images from his travels overseas (and his days as a photojournalist in the 1930s), studies of patterns and faces, prints by other photographers, and mounted images for his exhibits of images from NYC and Mexico. As few of these prints have any dates, they have been organized largely by subject. There are approximately 4500 original photographs by Neugass in the collection.

The Neugass Papers have been divided into sixteen series. The first nine series (corresponding to section one of the Lotte Neugass arrangement) consist of typewritten texts by Neugass in English and German, photographs (not taken by Neugass) used by Neugass to accompany his articles, and clippings used by Neugass in his writing. The series are arranged by subject: Series 1: Art and Artists; Series 2: Museums & Private Collections; Series 3: Art market, art auctions; Series 4: Architecture & Architects; Series 5: Furniture and Design; Series 6: Theater and Film; Series 7: Photography and Photographers; Series 8: General journalistic articles; and Series 9: Articles with text and photos by Neugass. The remaining series include: Series 10: Published writings by Neugass, 1942-1979; Series 11: Early writings (pre-US) of Fritz Neugass, 1930s-1940; Series 12: Documents and biographical materials, 1899-1979; Series 13: Correspondence, 1941-1979; Series 14: Photographs by Fritz Neugass, 1930s-1970s; Series 15: Photographs by other artists; Series 16: Sotheby Parke-Bernet auction catalogs, 1931-1979.


Fritz Neugass Papers
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Art and Artists, 1950s-1979.260 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on art genres and individual artists.

Series 2: Museums & Private Collections, 1950s-1979. 148 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on museums? permanent and temporary collections as well as collections of private individuals.

Series 3: Art market, art auctions, 1950-1979. 217 folders, arranged chronologically. 

This series contains typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on various art auctions and reviews of art seasons from 1950-1979. The bulk of this series (148 file folders) consists of articles on (Sotheby) Parke-Bernet auctions. The articles have been arranged chronologically by date and Sale Number, which correspond to the Sotheby Parke-Bernet auction catalogs in Series 16 (Boxes 62-75).

Series 4: Architecture & Architects, 1950s-1979. 55 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on contemporary structures and architects.

Series 5: Furniture & Design, 1950s-1979. 25 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on furniture, ceramics, glass, porcelain, textiles and other mediums of design.

Series 6: Theater and Film, 1950s-1970s. 32 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series contains typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on playwrights, theater, filmmakers, film festivals and contemporary film classics.

Series7: Photography and Photographers, 1950s-1979. 77 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on contemporary photographers and photography exhibits as well as photographic methods and mediums.

Series 8: General journalistic articles, 1950s-1979. 49 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series consists of typescripts by Neugass, photographs and clippings on general topics, such as world events, cultural events and places.

Series 9: Articles with text and photos by Neugass, 1950s-1979. 60 file folders, arranged alphabetically. 

This series contains typescripts of articles by Neugass, accompanied by his own original photographs, as well as background materials used for the articles.

Series 10: Published Writings by Fritz Neugass (clippings), 1942-1979. 186 file folders, arranged by subject and chronologically within subject category  

This series consists of newspaper and magazine clippings of articles by Fritz Neugass in German, English, French and Dutch. Approximately 3000 clippings have been arranged by subjects: art, museums & collections, art market, architecture, furniture & design, theater & film, photography, general journalistic articles, photojournalism and books and manuscripts. Many of the clippings are reprints or translations of the same article. There is also a separate series of ca. 220 articles, which appeared in the German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1964-1979.

Series 11: Early writings (pre-USA) of Fritz Neugass, 1930s-1940. 9 file folders, arranged chronologically.  

This series contains early journalistic writings of Neugass, as well as an unpublished novel in German and accounts of his internment in the French containment camp of Gurs in 1939.

Series 12: Documents and biographical materials, 1899-1979. 12 file folders, arranged chronologically. 

This series contains German documents, passports, documents concerning Neugass? naturalization as a U.S. citizen, as well as employment attempts during his early years in the U.S.

Series 13: Correspondence, 1941-1979. 102 file folders, arranged alphabetically.  

Neugass? correspondence files contain a small amount of correspondence with German friends (1941-1948). Most of the correspondence dates from the 1950s-1979 and includes correspondence with publishers and artists such as Jimmy Ernst, Joachim Berthold, Buell Mullen, and Bernard & Ursula Schultze.

Series 14: Photographs by Fritz Neugass, 1950s-1979. 164 file folders, arranged alphabetically, plus mounted photographs, oversized photos, and negatives.  

This series contains approximately 4500 original photographs and contact prints by Fritz Neugass. They are divided into two series: locations and subjects. Photographs include travel photographs of Greece and other Mediterranean countries, Cape Cod and Provincetown of the 1940s and 1950s, Mexico and the U.S. Southwest, and especially New York City. In addition, a number of the photographs have been reproduced and mounted, or have been reproduced in enlarged formats. This series also contains mounted photographs from two exhibits by Neugass: a Hypo-Hounds exhibit at the Users Club, NY, in the 1940s; and a Mexico Exhibit, shown at the American Museum of Natural History, NY, March 4-28, 1954.

Series 15: Photographs by Other Artists, arranged roughly by subject.  

Photographs by Werner Cohnitz, Eliot Eliosofon, Walter Laeubli, Gjon Mili, Arnold Newman, Edward Steichen, and other unidentified photographers. Most of these pictures were taken in Europe shortly after World War II and include outdoor scenes, and posed images of models.

Series 16: Auction catalogs, 1938-1979. 14 archive boxes, arranged chronologically.  

This series contains Sotheby Parke-Bernet auction catalogs dating from 1938-1979. A complete list of the catalogs is located in Box 62. The catalogs have been listed by date, sale catalog number, with brief description. Neugass attended most of the auctions represented by the catalogs, and each catalog is accompanied by price lists resulting from the auctions. The catalogs are also annotated by Neugass. Neugass wrote articles on many of the auctions he attended, the texts of which are contained in Series 3.


Fritz Neugass Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Art and Artists, 1950s-1979.
Box 1
Folder

1. Ägypt: Egypt. Egyptian Sculpture of the Late Period, Exhibit Brooklyn Museum, 1961. Typescript, photographs (7).
2. Ägyptische Kunst: Egyptian Art: El Amarna, Echnaton, Nofretete. Exhibit Brooklyn Museum, 1973. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
3. Ägyptische Kunst: Egyptian Art: Temple of Dendur: Exhibit Metropolitan Museum 1978, Nubian Art, Exhibit in Brooklyn Museum, 1978. Typescript, photographs (30), publicity, clippings.
4. African Art. Ancient cities of Benin, Ifé. Typescripts (4), notes, photographs (27), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 1.
5. Afro-Amerikanische Kunst: Afro-American Art. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 2.
6. Akt-Malerei. The Nude in Painting. Typescripts (3) in English and in German, photographs (2).
7. Albright, Ivan. Typescript, photographs (11), clippings.
8. Alechinsky, Pierre. Prize and Exhibition at Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1977. Typescript, photographs (14), clippings.
9. Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence. Typescripts (2), photographs (5), clippings.
10. American Census of Manuscripts. Book review of William H. Bond?s book, 1962. Typescript.
11. Amerika aus europaischer Sicht: ?The European vision of America?. 200-year anniversary of the U.S. exhibit, 1976. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, catalog, clippings.
12. Amerikanische Malerei. American Painting of the 20th Century. Typescripts (5), photographs (56), clippings.
13. Amerikanische Malerei. American Painting, 200 years of. Typescripts (4), photographs (141), clippings.
14. Amerikanische Volksmalerei. American Folk Art; see also under Moses, Grandma. Typescript, photographs (13), clippings.
15. Amsterdam-Paris-Dusseldorf. Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, 1972, with catalog. Typescript, photographs (3).
16. Der Antike / Antiquity. Typescript, photographs (5).
17. Aretino, Pietro. 400th anniversary of his death, 1956. Typescripts (5), photographs (34), clipping.
18. Armory Show, New York, 50th Anniversary, 1963. Typescript, photographs (7), clippings.
19. Aronson, David. Catalog.
20. Arp, Jean (Hans). Exhibit at the re-opening of the Museum of Modern Art, 1953, with original photos by Fritz Neugass. Notes, photographs (21), clippings.
21. Artists? Self Portraits. Metropolitan Museum?s exhibit ?Portrait of the Artist?, 1972, no text by Fritz Neugass. Catalog, photographs (9), photocopies, publicity.
22. Art Establishment and Art Experts in America. Clippings, no text by Fritz Neugass.
23. Art and Government, Foundations. Clippings, no Fritz Neugass text.
24. Baerwind, Rudi. Handwritten letter to Fritz Neugass, no Neugass text, catalogs.
25. Balthus. Exhibit in Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1978. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
26. Barlach, Ernst. Book review of Alfred Werner?s book, 1966. Typescript, clippings.
27. Bearden, Romare. Typescript, photographs (18), illustrated catalogues.
28. Beckmann, Max. Retrospective in USA, 1964. Typescripts (2), photographs (6), clippings.
29. Belgische Kunst: Belgian Art. No text by Neugass. Publicity, photographs (9), catalog.
30. Berenson, Bernard. Typescript, notes, photograph (by Neugass), clippings.
31. Berry, Duc de. Book of Hours. Typescripts (5), photographs (20), clippings, publicity.

Box 2
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Folder

1. Berthold, Joachim. Typescripts (2), photographs (48), clippings, publicity materials, correspondence. Original lithograph, signed (stored in vault, 6-2-4).
1a. Berthold, Joachim. Catalogues and prospectuses.
2. Beuys, Joseph. Typescript, clippings.
3. Biblical Manuscripts: Dead Sea Scrolls, Bibles. Typescripts (3), photographs (4), clippings.
4. Binder, Joseph. Typescript, catalog, publicity.
5. Blake William. Exhibit at National Gallery, 1957, no text by Neugass. Photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
6. Bonnard, Pierre. Typescript, photographs (4), clippings.
7. Braque, Georges. Typescripts (3), photographs (16), clippings.
8. Brancusi, Constantin. Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, no text by Neugass. Photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
9. Calder, Alexander. Typescripts (4), photographs (37), publicity, clippings.
10. Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi de. "Caravaggio and His Followers", exhibit Cleveland Museum 1971, no text by Neugass. Photographs (7), publicity.
11. Cassatt, Mary. Typescript, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
12. Catlin, Georg. Typescript, photographs (44), clippings.
13. Cellini, Benvenuto. Discovery of a marble bust, 1965. Typescript, photographs (3), clippings.
14. Cézanne, Paul. Typescripts (2), photographs (16), publicity, clippings.
15. Cézanne, Paul. Late work, exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1977. Typescripts (2), photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
16. Chagall, Marc. Typescripts (2), clippings.
17. China: Odyssey of Chinese art works. Typescript, photographs (27), publicity, clippings.
18. Chinese Fresco in Kansas City, 1953. Typescript, photographs (8), clipping.
19. Chinesische Kunst unter den Mongolen. Exhibit "Chinese Art Under the Mongols," Cleveland Museum 1960, no text by Neugass. Photographs (11), publicity.
20. Churchill, Winston, as a painter. Typescript, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
21. Corinth, Lovis. Typescript, letter from Thomas Corinth, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
22. Cornell, Joseph. Notes, no Fritz Neugass article, photographs (11), clippings.
23. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille. Catalog by Wildenstein, 1969; no text by Neugass. Photographs (12), clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 3.
24. Cubism. No text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (17), publicity, clippings.
25. Dali, Salvador. Typescripts (4), photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
26. Daumier, Honoré. Typescript, photographs (14), publicity, clippings.
27. Davis, Stuart. Exhibit Brooklyn Museum, 1978, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
28. Degas, Edgar. Typescripts (2), photographs (62), publicity, clippings.
29. Deutsche Kunst: German Art of the 19th century in USA. Typescripts (5), photographs (27), clippings.
30. Deutsche Kunst: German Art of the 20th century in USA, numerous articles, including short essays on Liebermann, Eva Hesse, with original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (16), photographs (48), clippings.

Box 3
Series 1, continued
Folder

1. Dubuffet, Jean. No text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (15), publicity, clippings.
2. Dürer, Albrecht. Typescripts (8), publicity, clippings.
3. Dürer, Albrecht. Photographs (67).
4. Early Christian Art. "Age of Spirituality" exhibit in Metropolitan Museum 1978, catalog, numerous notes and inscriptions of photos, no finished text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (21), publicity, clippings.
5. Eisenhower, Dwight D., as a painter. Typescripts (2), photographs (9), clippings.
6. English Painting 1800-1950. Museum of Modern Art and other exhibits. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
7. Ensor, James. Guggenheim Museum exhibit, notes by Fritz Neugass but no finished text. Photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
8. Ernst, Jimmy. Typescripts, photographs (15), clippings.
9. Ernst, Max, including original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (4), photographs (20), clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 4.
10. Eskimo Art: Volkskunst. Typescript, photograph (1), clippings.
11. Fakes. Articles by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (17), notes.
12. Fakes: Material, including Exhibit in Amsterdam, 1968, and in Minneapolis, 1973. Photographs (36).
13. Fakes: clippings.
14. Fakes: Elmyr de Hory affair, Clifford Irving's Book Fake, with printed articles by Fritz Neugass.
15. Fauvismus: Fauvism. Exhibit in Museum of Modern Art, 1976. Typescript, notes, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
16. Feininger, Andreas. Reviews of books and exhibits, with original photos by Feininger. Typescripts (5), photographs (4), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 5.
17. Figurliche Malerei: Paintings of the human figure. Typescripts (3), photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
18. Frauen als Künstler: Women as Artists. Exhibit Brooklyn Museum, 1977. Typescript, notes, correspondence, photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
19. French Painting, 17th century. Exhibit "Splendid Century" in the Metropolitan Museum, 1961, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
20. French Painting 1774-1830. Exhibit "Age of Revolution" in Metropolitan Museum, 1975, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
21. French Painting 1900-1967. Traveling Exhibit in USA, 1968, with illustrated catalog. Typescript, photographs (11), clippings.
22. French Painting. Graphic art exhibit "Three Centuries of French Satire", 1964, with illustrated catalog, no text by Fritz Neugass.
23. Futurismus: Futurism, Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1961. Typescript, photographs (16), clippings.
24. Gauguin, Paul. Typescripts (2), photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
25. German contemporary art. Exhibit "Berlin Now" in New York, 1977, with illustrated catalog. Typescripts (2), photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
26. Giacometti, Alberto. Includes exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum, "Giacometti and three Swiss Painters", 1974. Typescripts (2), photographs (22), publicity, clippings.
27. Gold through the millennia. Exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1973. Typescripts (3), photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
28. Goya, Francisco, including doubtful Wellington Portrait, also Loan-exhibit from the Prado at the Mertop Museum, 1976. Typescripts (2), photographs (36), publicity, clippings.
29. Graphic Art. Reviews of books on graphic art. Typescripts (2), correspondence, photographs (15), clippings.

Box 4
Series 1, continued
Folder

1. El Greco (Dominicos Theotocopoulos). Typescript, photographs (3).
2. Grünewald, Matthias, incl. purchase of a Grunewald fake by the Cleveland Museum. Typescript, correspondence, photograph (1), clippings.
3. Halkin, Theodore. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
4. Hamburg Views. Exhibit at Knoedler's, 1967, with illustrated catalog, typescript.
5. Hanson, Duane. Exhibit in Whitney Museum 1978, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
6. Hodler, Ferdinand. Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, 1973. Typescript, photographs (6), clippings.
7. Hofmann, Hans, including original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (3), photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
8. Houdon, Jean Antoine. Typescripts (2), photographs (18), clippings.
9. Illumination. Typescript, photographs (9), clippings.
10. Images of Man. Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1959. Typescript, photographs (3), clippings.
11. Impressionisten: Impressionists. Exhibits at Knoedler, 1966, and at the Metropolitan Museum, 1975. Typescripts (3), photographs (18), clippings.
12. Industry as patron of the arts, including Chase Bank, Manhattan. Typescripts (3), photographs (29), clippings.
13. Ingres, Jean-Auguste-Dominique. Exhibit at Fogg Museum, 1967. Typescript, photographs (10), clippings.
14. Irish Art. Exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1977, with illustrated catalog. Typescript, notes, photographs (24), publicity, clippings.
15. Islamic Art. Exhibits at Metropolitan Museum, incl. from the Houghton Shah-nameh. Typescripts (3), photographs (36), publicity, clippings.
16. Italian Drawings. Exhibit Metropolitan Museum, 1965-1966. Typescript, photographs (47), publicity.
17. Italian Frescoes. Exhibit Metropolitan Museum, 1968. Typescript, photographs (37), clippings.
** Jaki Horvat Joze, see Box 25 (oversized materials), Folders 6-8.
18. Japanische Kunst: Japanese Art, also modern art scene in Japan. Typescripts (4), photographs (35), clippings.
19. Jawlensky, Alexey. Incl. catalog of Hutton Gallery, 1965. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
20. Jemen: Yemen, Excavations by Wendell Phillips, "In the footsteps of the Queen Sheba". Typescript, photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
21. Johns, Jasper. Exhibit at the Whitney Museum, 1977. Typescript, photographs (29), publicity, clippings.
22. Kandinsky, Vasily. Exhibits, Sotheby auction catalogue, London, 1964, sale of 50 Kandinskys from Guggenheim Museum. Typescripts (3), photographs (21), clippings.
23. Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig. Traveling exhibit in the U.S. 1969, with illustrated catalog, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
24. Klapheck, Konrad. Exhibit at Sidney Janis, 1969, with catalog. Typescript, clippings.
25. Klee, Paul. Notes, but no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
26. Knaus, Robert. Exhibit New York, 1973, with illustrated catalog. Typescript, clipping.
27. Kokoschka, Oskar. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), clippings.
28. Kollwitz, Käthe. Review of Kathe Kollwitz Drawings, 1959. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
29. Kooning, Willem de. Typescripts (2), photographs (26), publicity, clippings.
30. Krause, Karl-Heinz. Typescript, illustrated catalogs, publicity, clippings. Original artwork, signed, dated (stored in vault, 6-2-4).
31. Kunst Standard: Art Bolshevism, material on the reaction against modern art, Dondero, Huntington Hartford, etc. Typescript notes, clippings.
32. Kunst: Diebstahle, art thefts. Typescripts (11), photographs (12).
33. Kunst: Diebstahle, art thefts. Clippings, etc.

Box 5
Series 1, continued
Folder

1. Kunstraub: Art Robbery, Smuggling, Mexico. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), clippings.
2. Kunst-Saison: Art Season in New York, various articles on exhibits and other notices on art in New York in the 1950s and 1960s. Typescripts (12).
3. Kupka, Frantisek. Exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum, 1975, with corrected proof sheets of catalog, no text by Fritz Neugass. Publicity, clippings.
4. Land-Art: Earth art. Typescript, photographs (2), clippings.
5. Latein-Amerika Malerei: Latin-American painting. Typescript, photographs (19), publicity, clipping.
6. La Tour, Georges de. Purchase of "The Fortune Teller" by Metropolitan Museum, 1960. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
7. Léger, Fernand. Typescript, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
8. Lehmbruck, Wilhelm. Typescripts (4), publicity, clippings.
9. Leonardo da Vinci. Articles, including purchase of doubtful works by Detroit and the Metropolitan Museum, various versions of the "Mona Lisa", etc. Typescripts (13), photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
10. LeWitt, Sol. Exhibit at Museum of Modern Art, 1978, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (5), publicity, catalog, clippings.
11. Lichtenstein, Roy. Typescript, photographs (15), publicity, clippings.
12. Lindner, Richard. No text by Neugass. Photographs (2), publicity, catalogs, clippings.
13. Lingelbach, Johannes. Purchase of Rome scene by Worcester Museum, incl. Museum Bulletin with essay on the artist, pencil draft by Fritz Neugass, no finished text, photograph.
14. Madonnen Bilder: Madonnas. Exhibits in the Metropolitan Museum. Typescript.
15. Manet, Edouard. Typescript, drafts, photographs (21), publicity, clippings.
16. Manet, Edouard. "Olympia". Typescripts (3), photographs (3), clippings.
17. Maschine in der Kunst: Machines in art, exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1968- 1969. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
18. Master E.S. 500 year jubilee exhibit, Philadelphia 1967. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
19. Matisse, Henri. Typescripts (4), photographs (40).
20. Matisse, Henri. Catalogs, publicity, clippings.
21. Medici family. "Twilight of the Medici", Florentine late baroque exhibit in Detroit, 1974. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
22. Merode Altar of the Master of Flémalle, purchase by the Metropolitan Museum, 1957. Typescripts (2), photographs (7), clippings.
23. Merveldt, Hanns Hubertus Graf von. Includes original signed graphic work by the artist (stored in vault), typescripts (2), biographical materials.
24. Michelangelo. Drawings, statue of St. John, possible work of his youth. Typescripts (3), notes, photographs (9), clippings.
25. Michelangelo. Exhibit "Michelangelo and His World" at the Morgan Library, 1979, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (10), publicity.
26. Miró, Joan. Typed notes, autograph of the artist with his address, which he gave Fritz Neugass during the Miró exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1959. Photographs (10), clippings.
27. Modern Art in Your Life. Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1949, photographs only (12).
28. Modigliani, Amedeo. Typescripts (2), photographs (18), clippings.
29. Mondrian, Piet. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
30. Monet, Claude. Exhibit at Museum of Modern Art, 1960. Typescript, photographs (20), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 9.
31. Montreal exposition, 1967. Typescript, photographs (20), list of art displayed, clippings.
32. Morgan, Barbara. Original photo, publicity, catalogs, no text by Fritz Neugass.
33. Morgantina. Excavations in Sicily by Princeton University, 1958. Typescript, photographs (23), reprints, clippings.
34. Morisot, Berthe. Typescript, photographs (6), catalogs.
35. Moses, Grandma (Anna Mary Robertson Moses). Typescripts (3), photographs (29), publicity, clippings.
36. Münter, Gabriele. Typescript, illustrated catalog, publicity, clippings.
37. Mullen, Buell. Typescript, notes, original photos by Fritz Neugass, photographs (19), clippings.
38. Munch, Edvard. Exhibit in Washington, 1979, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (15), publicity, clippings.

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1. Nadelman, Elie. Typescript, photographs (5), clippings.
2. Neo-Classicism. Exhibit in Cleveland, 1964, no finished text by Neugass. Photographs (5), publicity.
3. Neo-Impressionism, Exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum, 1968. Typescript, photographs (13), clippings.
4. Nevelson, Louise. Typescript, photographs (14), clippings.
5. New York School, 1940-1970. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1970, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (23), clippings.
6. Nike von Samothrake: Nike of Samothrace. New excavations, ca. 1949. Typescripts (2), photographs (7), publicity, clipping.
7. Noguchi, Isamu. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
8. Nolde, Emil. Typescript, photographs (10), color reproductions, publicity, clippings.
9. O'Keefe, Georgia. Typescripts (2), photographs (14), publicity, clippings.
10. Op Art. "The Responsive Eye," exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1965. Typescripts (3), photographs (15), publicity, clippings.
11. Persepolis. Excavations in Persia by the University of Chicago, 1953. Typescript, correspondence, publicity, book plates.
12. Das Phantastische in der Kunst: The Fantastic in Art. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1952. Typescript, photographs (33), publicity, clippings.
13. Picard, Lil. Catalogs, clippings, no text by Fritz Neugass.
14. Picasso, Pablo. Typescripts (6), photographs (55), publicity; see also Box 25, Folder 10.
15. Picasso, Pablo. Clippings.
16. Picasso, Pablo. Clippings.
17. Polish Artists, modern artists in Poland. Exhibits 1961, 1963. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
18. Pollock, Jackson Pollack. Typescripts (8), photographs (25), publicity.
19. Pompeii AD 79. Traveling exhibit in US, 1978-1979. Typescript, photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
20. Pop Art. Exhibits, 1963. Typescript, photographs (19), publicity.
21. Pop Art. Clippings.
22. Prae-Kolumbische Kunst: Pre-Columbian Art. Typescripts (4), photographs (45).
23. Prae-Kolumbische Kunst: Pre-Columbian Art. "Before Cortés" exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1970. Photographs (20), publicity, catalog, clippings.
24. Primitive Art. "Art of Oceania, Africa, and the Americas", exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1969. Typescripts (2), photographs (21), publicity.
25. Primitive Art. "Mastercraftsmen of Peru", Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, 1968. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
26. Primitive Art. Mexican art of the Kurt Stavenhagen Collection. Typescripts (2), photographs (9), clippings.
27. Primitive Art. Michael Rockefeller researches in New Guinea. Typescript, photographs (27), catalog, publicity, clippings.
28. Primitive Art. Portraits of colonial officers, exhibit in Chicago, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
29. Primitive Art. West Indian folk art in New Mexico, Santos. Typescript, publicity, clippings.

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1. Raphael. Portrait "A young woman," purchased by Boston Museum in 1970, and return to Italy. Typescripts (4), photograph, clippings.
2. Rauschenberg, Robert. Typescript, photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
3. Realism. "The Art of Real," exhibit at Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Typescript, photographs (4), clippings.
4. Rebay, Hilla von. Typescripts (2), clippings.
5. Reder, Bernard. Typescript, photographs (9), clippings.
6. Refregier, Anton. Typescript, publicity, clipping.
7. Rembrandt. Typescripts (5), photographs (64), publicity, clippings.
8. Rembrandt and His Time. Traveling exhibition in the USA, 1967. Typescript, photographs (19), publicity, clipping.
9. Renoir, Pierre Auguste. Typescript, notes, photographs (42), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 11.
10. Restoration and care of art works. Typescript, brochure, clippings.
11. Riemenschneider, Tilman. Exhibit in North Carolina, 1962. Typescript, clippings.
12. Rifesser, Joseph. Catalog of exhibit, 1965. Typescripts (2), photograph, clippings.
13. Rivers, Larry. Typescript, photograph, publicity, clippings.
14. Rodin, Auguste. Fakes of drawings, also late bronze castings. Typescripts (3), photographs (16), publicity, clippings.
15. Römischer Jahreszeiten Sarkophag: Roman Sarcophagus purchase by Metropolitan Museum. Typescript, photographs (4).
16. Roman Portraits. Exhibit Worcester, 1961. Typescript, photographs (36), publicity.
17. Rothko, Mark. Includes retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum, 1978/1979. Typescripts (8), photographs (24), publicity, correspondence.
18. Rothko, Mark. Clippings.
19. Rubens, Peter Paul. Typescripts (4), photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
20. Russian Art. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1977. Typescripts (2), photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
21. Sassetta Predella. Panels, Detroit Institute of Art. Typescript, photograph, publicity.
22. Schiele, Egon. Book review of the oeuvre catalogue by Otto Kallir, 1966. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
23. Schneider, Herbert. Exhibit in New York, 1976, including a signed collage (stored in vault). Typescript, catalog, clippings.
24. Schultze, Bernard and Ursula. Catalog, clippings, no text by Fritz Neugass. Original artwork (Bernard [1], Gisela [1], signed and dedicated, stored in vault, 6-4-2).
25. Sculpture, Modern. Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, 1966-1967. Typescript, photographs (15).
26. Scythians, Art of the. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1975. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, catalog, clippings.
27. Sheeler, Charles. Some notes but no finished text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
28. Sisley, Alfred. Exhibit at Wildenstein 1966, with illustrated catalog. Typescript, photographs (2), clippings.
29. Smith, David. Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum, 1969, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (13), publicity, clippings.
30. Soutine, Chaim. Museum of Modern Art, 1950-1951. Typescript, photographs (7), clippings.
31. Spanische Kunst: Spanish Art, Modern. Exhibits at Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Cintas Collection of Spanish Art in Brooklyn Museum, 1963. Typescript, photographs (51), publicity, clippings.
32. Springer, Ferdinand. Illustrated catalog, no text by Fritz Neugass.
33. Städte: "A Century of City Views." Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit, 1957/1958. Typescript, photographs (27), publicity, clipping.
34. Steinberg, Saul. Exhibit at Whitney Museum, 1978, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
35. Surrealism and Dadaism. Exhibits 1968, 1977. Typescript, photographs (19), publicity, clippings.

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1. Swiss Avant-garde. Exhibit in New York, 1971. Draft in pencil, but no finished text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
2. Thera. Excavations on the Greek island. Typescripts (3), photograph, clippings, monograph.
3. Thracians, Art of the. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1977. Typescript, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
4. Tiere in der Kunst: Animals in Art. Typescript, publicity.
5. Tinguely, Jean. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
6. Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de. Typescripts (4), photographs (24), publicity, clippings.
7. Trompe l'Oeil in art and advertisement, c. 1951, with numerous original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (4), photographs (59), correspondence, publicity, clippings.
8. Turku, Trajan. Posthumous exhibit of the sculptor. Typescript only, no photographs.
9. Turner, J. M. W. Exhibit at Museum of Modern Art, 1966. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
10. Tut-ench-Amun: Tutankhamun. Exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1978/1979. Typescripts (2), photographs (22), publicity.
11. Tut-ench-Amun: Tutankhamun. Clippings.
12. Uhde, Wilhelm. Memorial articles. Typescripts (2), clippings.
13. Utrillo, Maurice. Typescript, photographs (14), clippings.
14. Van Dongen, Kees. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
15. Van Eyck, Jan. Purchases by the Museum in Detroit and by the Frick Collection. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
16. Van Gogh, Vincent. Debate around the self-portrait in the Goetz collection. Typescripts (2), photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
17. Velasquez, Diego. "Juan de Pareja" purchase by the Metropolitan Museum, 1971. Typescript, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
18. Vermeer, Johannes. Incl. material of the 1966 exhibit in The Hague, "Het Licht van Vermeer". Typescript, photographs (7), clippings.
19. Villon, Jacques, Marcel Duchamp. Typescript, notes, photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
20. Vuillard, Edouard. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
21. Wandteppiche: Tapestries. 14th-16th centuries, Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1974, incl. illustrated Museum Bulletin. Typescripts (2), photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
22. World's Fair, New York, 1965, Pavilion of Fine Arts. Typescript, photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
23. Wyeth, Andrew, including his son James Wyeth. Typescripts (3), photographs (31), publicity, clippings.
24. Zeitlose Kunst: Timeless Aspect of Modern Art. Typescript, photographs (13).


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Series 2: Museums & Private Collections, 1950s-1979
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25. African Museum. Museum of African Art, Washington, opening 1964. Typescript, photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
26. Aldrich, Larry. Exhibit at opening of Aldrich Museum, CT, 1964, with catalog. Typescript, clippings.
27. Amerikanische Sammler: American Collectors. Typescripts (6), notes, photographs (13), clippings.
28. Arensberg, Louise & Walter. Collection in Philadelphia. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
29. Art of Antiquity. Private Collectors, Exhibit at Metropolitan Museum, 1959. Typescript, photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
30. Artmobile, Virginia Museum. Typescript, photograph, publicity, clippings.
31. Asia Society. Bequest of John D. Rockefeller collection of Asiatic to the Society, 1974, no article by Fritz Neugass. Photograph, correspondence, publicity, clipping.
32. Avnet, Joan and Lester. Collection of modern drawings, exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, 1978, including catalog, some notes, no text by Fritz Neugass. Publicity, photographs (12), clipping.
33. Baker, Walter C. Collection of Drawings, exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum, 1960, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
34. Baltimore Museum of Art. The Cone Collection, Dr. Claribel & Etta Cone. Typescripts (3), photographs (27), publicity, clippings.
35. Baltimore Museum of Art. "From El Greco to Pollock" exhibit, 1968. Typescript, photographs (14), publicity.
36. Baltimore, Walters Art Gallery. Incl. special issue of Apollo, 1966, numerous notes by Fritz Neugass, but no finished article. Photographs (10), clippings.
37. Bareiss, Walter. Collection of Greek vases and modern drawings. Notes by Fritz Neugass, no finished article. Photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
38. Barnes, Albert C. Foundation, Merion, PA, Opening for the Public 1961, also auction in Philadelphia, 1967 of the collection Nelle Mullen, Secretary of Barnes. Typescripts (5), photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
39. Basel, Kunstmuseum. Typescript, correspondence.
40. Bass, John. Florida Museum. Typescripts (4) incl. clippings, photographs (2), clippings.

Box 9
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Folder

1. Bauhaus. Book review of Bauhaus 1919-1928, edited by Bayer and Gropius, 1952. Typescript, clippings.
2. Berkeley, University Museum. Some notes, no text. Photographs (4), publicity.
3. Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 100th year centenary exhibit "Art Treasures for Tomorrow," 1970. Typescripts (2), photographs (38), publicity, clippings.
4. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. Exhibits, 1952, 1955. Typescripts (2), photographs (15), publicity, catalogs, clippings.
5. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. Exhibit, 1958-1959. Typescript, photographs (24), publicity, catalog, clippings.
6. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. Exhibit, 1961. Typescripts (2), photographs (29), publicity, catalog, clippings.
7. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1964-1965. Typescripts (2), photographs (16), publicity, catalog, clippings.
8. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1967-1968. Typescript, photographs (13), publicity, catalog, clippings.
9. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1970-1971. Manuscript, notes, photograph, publicity, catalog, clippings.
10. Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh. Exhibition catalogs (2).
11. Carnegie Institute, Sarah Scaife Gallery. Photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
12. Christina of Sweden. Exhibit of her collections in Stockholm, 1966. Typescripts (2), photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
13. Chrysler Collection at Norfolk Museum (Walter P. Chrysler Jr.), forgery scandal. Typescripts (4), photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
14. Clark, Robert Sterling. Typescript, notes, photographs (13), publicity, clippings.
15. Clark, Stephen C. Photographs of paintings by old and modern masters, given by Clark to Metropolitan Museum and to Yale University. No text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (15).
16. Cleveland Museum of Art. Short text, exhibition catalogues, photographs (52).
17. Cleveland Museum of Art. Publicity, clippings.
18. Colin and Spingold Collections. Exhibited in New York, 1960. Typescript, photographs (21), publicity, clippings.
19. Contini-Bonacossi, Count Alessandro, Collection in Florence. Typescripts (2), photograph, publicity, clippings.
20. Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Opening in 1976, no article by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
21. Corcoran Gallery Bienniale, Washington D.C., 1965. Typescript, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
22. Dale, Chester. Collection in Washington. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (24), publicity, clippings.
23. Denver Art Museum. Opening of the new museum building, 1971, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (4), publicity.
24. d'Harnoncourt, René. "A Tribute", Memorial by the Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Typescript, clippings.

Box 10
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Folder

1. Dresden Museum. Also exhibit in Zurich, 1971. Typescripts (2), photographs (15), correspondence, publicity, clippings.
2. Dresden exhibit in U.S. "The Splendor of Dresden", 1978. Typescript, photographs (16), publicity, clippings.
3. Florence: Die Uffizien. Typescript, photographs (6), correspondence, clippings.
4. Freer Gallery, Washington. 50th Anniversary, 1973. Typescript, photographs (4), correspondence, publicity.
5. Frick Collection, New York. 50th Anniversary. Typescript, notes, clippings.
6. Getty, J. Paul. Museum in Malibu, California. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), correspondence, publicity, clippings.
7. Glazier, William S. Collection of illuminated manuscripts, donated to the Morgan Library, 1968. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
8. Guggenheim, Peggy. Collection. Typescripts (3), photographs (22), clippings.
9. Guggenheim, Solomon R. Foundation. Museum, photographs from various exhibits and from art works of the museum's collections, no article by Fritz Neugass, see also under Architecture. Photographs (70).
10. Gulbenkian, Carlouste Sarkis. Collection exhibited in Washington. Typescript.
11. Gutenberg, Johannes. Exhibit on occasion of 500-year-jubilee at Grolier Club, NY 1968, also book review of Lehmann-Haupt, "Gutenberg and the Masters of the Playing Cards", 1966. Typescripts (3), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
12. Hammer, Armand. Hermitage State Museum, Leningrad; Hammer Galleries, New York. Typescripts (2), photographs (10).
13. Hanley, T. Edward. Exhibit of collection in New York, 1967. Typescript, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
14. Harriman, Honorable W. Averell. Photos (7) of works from the Ecole de Paris from the Harriman Collection, exhibited in the National Gallery in Washington, 1961, no text.
15. Hartford, Huntington. Collection and museum in New York. Typescripts (4), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
16. Hearst, William Randolph. Hearst mansion, San Simeon. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (20), publicity, clippings.
17. Hirshhorn, Joseph H. Sculpture collection in Guggenheim Museum, 1962, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, 1974, also exhibit of Émigré Artists, 1976. Typescripts (6), photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
18. Hitler and Goering. Art works plundered in the Third Reich. Typescripts (2), photograph, correspondence, clippings.
19. Houghton Library, Harvard University. Book review of the publication on occasion of its 25th Anniversary. Typescript, clippings.
20. Iowa, University of. Museum of Art opening 1969, with illustrated catalogs. Typescripts (2), photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
21. Janis, Sidney and Harriet. Collection given to Museum of Modern Art. Typescripts (2), photographs (27), publicity, clippings.
22. Jarves, James Jackson. Collection of old masters at Yale University, including illustrated catalog. Typescripts (3), photographs (2), clippings.
23. Jerusalem Museum. Typescripts (2), photographs (21), publicity, clippings.
24. Karolik, Maxim. Collection and donation of American art, with proof of the catalogue, texts in German and English. Typescripts (2), photographs (5), clippings.
25. Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX. Typescript, clippings.
26. Kress, Samuel H. Disposal of art collection. Typescripts (6), photographs (65), publicity, clippings.
27. Leningrad, Hermitage, 1957 printed article by Fritz Neugass and inscriptions on photos, 1975, on occasion of the traveling exhibit in the USA. Typescript, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
28. Lewisohn, Samuel A. Impressionist collection exhibited at Metropolitan Museum, 1951. Typescript, photographs (3).
29. Loewenich, Karl. Old masters from his collection. Typescripts (3), clippings.
30. London National Gallery. Typescript, notes, photographs (7), clippings.
31. Los Angeles County Museum. Opening, 1965. Typescript, photographs (8), publicity.

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Folder

1. Los Angeles art galleries. Catalogs, etc., no notes or text by Fritz Neugass.
2. Louvre, Paris. Typescript, notes, photographs (12), clippings.
3. Lytton Center of the Visual Arts, Los Angeles. Catalogs, publicity, clippings, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (36).
4. May, Morton D. Collection of modern German Art, also correspondence with the collector. Typescript, photographs (13), publicity, clippings.
5. Mellon, Paul and Alisa. Collection of English Art at Yale University. Typescript, notes, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
6. Metropolitan Museum, New York. Articles and materials on the history and exhibits of the Museum. Typescripts (9), photographs (28), publicity, clippings.
7. Metropolitan Museum. New acquisitions. Typescripts (5), photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
8. Metropolitan Museum. Greek vases, including Calyx Krater. Typescripts (5), notes, photographs (24), publicity.
9. Metropolitan Museum. Greek vases. Clippings.
10. Metropolitan Museum. Controversial sale of art works from the museum's collection under Thomas Hoving. Typescripts (8), notes, clippings.
11. Metropolitan Museum. Thomas Hoving, Director of the Museum, 1966-1976, no texts by Fritz Neugass. Publicity, clippings.
12. Metropolitan Museum. New attributions of art works. Typescript, photographs (2), clippings.
13. Metropolitan Museum. 100th Anniversary 1970, "Masterpieces of Fifty Centuries" exhibit. Typescript, photographs (51), publicity, clippings.
14. Metropolitan Museum. 100th Anniversary exhibit "The Year 1200." Typescripts (2), photographs (28), clippings.
15. Metropolitan Museum. The Robert Lehman Collection and the new Lehman Wing, 1975. Typescripts (6), photographs (26), publicity, clippings, incl. 4 by Neugass.
16. Metropolitan Museum, Exhibit "In the Presence of Kings", 1966. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
17. Metropolitan Museum, Summer Loan exhibits from private collections. Typescripts (2), photographs (27), publicity, catalogs.
18. Metropolitan Museum. The Cloisters, Exhibit of medieval art from private collections. Typescripts (3), photographs (48), publicity, clippings.
19. Metropolitan Museum. The Cloisters. Calendar and photographs (4) of an illuminated manuscript.
20. Metropolitan Museum. The Junior Museum. Typescript, photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
21. Metropolitan Museum. The Wrightsman Galleries. Typescript, photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
22. Metropolitan Museum. Bundles of photos of various bequests and exhibits, no articles by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (88), publicity, clippings.

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1. Metropolitan Museum. CINOA (International Confederation of Dealers in Works of Art) exhibition, 1975. Typescripts (2), photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
2. Metropolitan Museum. Musical instrument collections of André Mertens Galleries and Crosby Brown Collection. No notes or text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (2), publicity.
3. Metropolitan Museum. Art of the Near East, Turkey. No notes or text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (30), publicity.
4. Metropolitan Museum. Art of the Far East. Some notes, no finished text. Photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
5. Metropolitan Museum. Annenberg bequest offer, 1976. No notes or text by Fritz Neugass, publicity, clippings.
6. Milwaukee Art Institute. No notes or text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (6), catalogs, publicity, clippings.
7. Munich museums. Publicity, photographs (6).
8. Museums in the United States. Articles on the development and politics of American museums and their purchases. Typescripts (13), photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
9. Museum of Modern Art, New York. Includes 1959 design exhibit "Toward a new Museum of Modern Art", no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (20), publicity, clippings.
10. Museum of Modern Art. 25th anniversary, 1954. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
11. Museum of Modern Art. Reopening, 1964. Typescripts (2), photographs (30), publicity, clippings.
12. Museum of Modern Art. Protests against the Museum, 1940, 1960, original photos by Neugass. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
13. Museum of Modern Art. Exhibit "Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse", 1975. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
14. National Gallery, Washington. Typescript, captions for photographs, publicity.
15. National Gallery. Photographs (69), publicity.
16. National Gallery. 10th and 15th anniversaries, 1951, 1956. Typescripts (2), publicity.
17. National Gallery. 25th anniversary, also the Museum and its donors, 1966. Typescripts (5), notes, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
18. National Gallery. The Mellons as donors: Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Alisa Mellon Bruce, 1966. Typescript, photographs (49), clippings.
19. National Gallery. The new East Wing, 1978. Typescript, photographs (20), publicity, clippings.
20. Neuberger, Roy R. Collection of 20th century American art, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY, incl. Knoedler catalog and lists, no article by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
21. Niarchos, Stavros. Typescript, photographs (23), clippings.
22. Pearlman, Henry. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
23. Philadelphia Museum. Incl. the Louis E. Stern Collection, also Tyson and Arensberg Collections. Typescripts (3), photographs (22), publicity, clippings.
24. Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Typescripts (8), notes, photographs (127).
25. Pierpont Morgan Library. Publicity, clippings.
26. Prado Museum, Madrid. 150th Anniversary, 1969. Typescripts (2), photographs (16), clippings.

Box 13
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Folder

1. Quinn, John. Typescript, notes, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
2. Das Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Typescript, correspondence.
3. Robinson, Edward G. Collection, including catalogues of the collection from Museum of Modern Art. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
4. Rockefellers. The Rockefeller family as collectors and patrons of art, incl. list and catalog of the exhibit "A Family Collects" at Knoedler. Typescripts (2), photographs (27).
5. Rockefellers. Portraits of the Rockefellers and photos from the opening of the exhibit "A Family Collects", includes original photos by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (31), publicity, clippings.
6. Rockefeller, Nelson. His Collections, also controversies regarding his reproductions of art. Typescripts (2), photographs (27), publicity, clippings.
7. Rockefeller, Nelson. Museum of Primitive Art, Rockefeller private museum, West 54th Street, material for several exhibits, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (73), publicity, clippings.
8. Rosenwald, Lessing J. Collector of graphic arts and donor. Typescripts (2), notes, clippings.
9. Sachs, Paul J. Exhibit of his collection in Fogg Art Museum, 1965. Typescript, photographs (15), publicity, clippings.
10. Sao Paulo, Brazil. Various biennales, also exhibit of the Sao Paulo Museum in the Metropolitan Museum, 1957. Typescripts (5), photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
11. Schimmel, Norbert. Collection of works of antiquity, exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum, 1975. Typescript, photographs (3), clippings.
12. Scholz, Janos. Collection of Italian Drawings, numerous handwritten notes by Fritz Neugass, but no finished article. Photographs (12), publicity, catalogs, clippings.
13. Seligman, Germain. Obituaries, book review of "Merchants of Art". Typescripts (3), notes, photographs (3), clippings.
14. Simon, Norton. Typescripts (7), photographs (16), publicity.
15. Smithsonian Institution. Traveling exhibitions, history of the museum. Typescript, photograph, correspondence, publicity, clippings.
16. Soby, James Thrall. Collection of Modern Art, exhibit at Knoedler, 1961. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
17. Stein, Gertrude and family. Exhibit "Four Americans in Paris", in Museum of Modern Art, with printed text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (9), catalog, publicity, clippings.
18. Texas Collectors. Exhibit at Marlborough-Gerson with catalogue, 1964. Typescript, photographs (5), clipping.
19. Thannhauser, Justin K. Collection given to Guggenheim Museum, incl. 3 typed pages of resume, with handwritten notes by Thannhauser. Typescripts (3), photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
20. Thompson, G. David. Collection of modern art, incl. report on the auction of 1966. Typescripts (4), drafts, photograph, publicity, clippings.
21. Valentiner, Wilhelm Reinhard, Director, North Carolina Museum. Memorial exhibition, with special memorial issue of the museum bulletin. Typescript, clippings.
22. Venedig: Venice. Biennale, 1966, 1968. Typescripts (2), photographs (24), clippings.
23. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum. Photographs (11) for the Fritz Neugass series of great museums for the "Elegante Welt", no Fritz Neugass text preserved.
24. Vollard, Ambroise. Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1977. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
25. Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
26. Washington, National Collection of Fine Arts. Photographs (21), publicity, no text by Fritz Neugass.
27. Wildenstein Gallery, Felix Wildenstein. Several articles, incl. 75th jubilee of the firm. Typescripts (5), photographs (41).
28. Collectors and Collections. Typescripts (2), clippings, printed materials.


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Series 3: Art market, art auctions, 1950-1979

Please see Series 16 for the full auction catalogs in which the articles from Series 3 appear.

Box 14
Folder

1. Art Market, international and American. Fundamental and summary articles by Neugass, 20 in German, 3 in English.
2. Art Prices of individual works. 2 short articles, as well as numerous short texts in English.
3. Art as an Investment. Typescripts, incl. 2 book reviews (9), clippings.
4. Art as an Investment. Clippings.
5. Art Market, Legal and Tax Problems, also fees of the auction houses. Typescripts (13), clippings.
6. Changes in the American Art Market during the last 20 years. Typescript, numerous notes and drafts.
7. Annual reports and reviews by Fritz Neugass, 1959-1979. Typescripts (18), copies of Franz Pick's World Currency Report, clippings.
8. Art Market in Europe, mainly of the 1960s. Typescripts (21), clippings.
9. World Art Market Conferences, 1976-1977. Contains texts by Fritz Neugass and others, publicity, clippings.
10. Book reviews of books on the art market, incl. 2 prefaces to Art Price Annual. Typescripts (6).
11. American Art auctions. Typescripts (5).
12. Parke-Bernet and Sotheby Merger, 1964. Photographs (4), typescripts (6), clippings.
13. Parke-Bernet Auction Reports, undated. Typescripts (4).

Folders 14-115: Parke-Bernet Auctions, listed chronologically by Sale Catalog No. and date:
14. Sale No. 1778, Nov. 7-9, 1957: Georges Lurcy Collection. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
15. Sale No. 1857, Nov. 19, 1958: Arnold Kirkeby Collection. Typescripts (2), clipping.
16. Sale No. 1867, Jan. 7-10, 1959: Felix Kramarsky Collection. Typescript, clipping.
17. Sale No. 1897, Apr. 15, 1959. Typescript, clipping.
18. Sale No. 1905-1906, May 13, 15-16, 22-23, 1959: Thelma Chrysler Foy. Typescripts (2), clippings.
19. Sale No. 1959, Mar. 16, 1960: Baroness Eva Gebhard Gourgaud. Typescript.
20. Sale No. 2104, Apr. 18, 1960: Old Masters). Typescript.
21. Museum of Modern Art 30th Anniversary Fund Auction, Apr. 27, 1960. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
22. Sale No. 1989, 1992, Oct. 19, 26, 1960: Lillian S. Timkin, Gladys Lloyd Robinson. Typescript.
23. Sale No. 1995, 1996, Nov. 3-5, 11-12, 1960: Myron C. Taylor. Typescript, clippings.
24. Sale No. 2005, Dec. 14, 1960: Modern Graphic Arts. Typescript.
25. Sale No. 2013, Jan. 25, 1961: Barbara Church. Typescript.
26. Sale No. 2038, May 10, 1961: Primitives, Old Masters, XIX Century Paintings. Typescript.
27. Sale No. 2040, May 16-17, 1961: Oscar B. Cintas. Notes.
28. Sale No. 2056, Oct. 25, 1961: Adolphe A. Juviler. Typescript.
29. Sale No. 2062, Nov. 15, 1961: Anna Erickson Sale of Old Master Paintings. Typescripts (6), notes, photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
30. Sale No. 2072, Dec. 13, 1961: Modern Paintings, Drawings, Bronzes. Typescript, notes.
31. Sale No. 2076, Jan. 11, 1962: Modern European & American Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture. Typescript.
32. Sale No. 2096, Mar. 21, 1962: Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goldman. Typescript.
33. Sale No. 2101, Apr. 10, 1962: Germaine Montabert. Typescript, notes.
34. Sale No. 2102, Apr. 11, 1962: American Federation of Arts. Typescript.
35. Sale No. 2114, May 16, 1962: America-Israel Cultural Foundation. Typescript, clipping.
36. Sale No. 2122, June 27-28, 1962: Julia A. Berwind, The Elms. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
37. Sale No. 2132, Oct. 17, 1962: Burlington Trust. Typescript.
38. Sale No. 2135, Oct. 24, 1962: John & Johanna Bass. Typescripts (2), clipping.
39. Sale No. 2140, Nov. 8, 1962: Incunabula, Americana. Typescripts (2).
40. Sale No. 2142, Nov. 14, 1962: May Bonfils Stanton. Typescript, notes, clippings.
41. Sale No. 2144, Nov. 24, 1962: Miami Museum of Modern Art. Typescript.
42. Sale No. 2146, Nov. 28, 1962: Old Masters. Typescript.
43. Sale No. 2158, Jan. 24, 1963: Edward A. Gould, Kirk Douglas. Typescript.
44. Sale No. 2171, Feb. 27, 1963: Lester H. Dana. Typescript.
45. Sale No. 2175, Mar. 14, 1963: Old Masters Prints. Typescript.
46. Sale No. 2183, Apr. 5-6, 1963: William Randolph Hearst. Typescript.
47. Sale No. 2193, May 1, 1963: Oscar B. Cintas. Typescript, clipping.
48. Sale No. 2195, May 7-8, 1963: Barton W. Currie Library. Notes, clipping.
49. Sale No. 2199, May 15, 1963: Nanette Fabray. Typescript.
50. Sale No. 2211, Oct. 9, 1963: American Paintings. Typescript.
51. Sale No. 2220, Oct. 30, 1963: Larry Aldrich. Typescripts (2), clipping.
52. Sale No. 2223, Nov. 6, 1963: Barbizon, Edmund S. Burke Jr. Typescript, notes.
53. Sale No. 2240, Dec. 11, 1963: Modern Paintings. Typescripts (2).
54. Sale No. 2264, Mar. 18-19, 1964: Judaica. Typescript.
55. Sale No. 2270, Apr. 8, 1964: Baron Elie de Rothschild. Typescript, notes, photograph.
56. Sale No. 2283, May 13, 1964: Abstract. Typescript.
57. Sale No. 2300, Oct. 21, 1964: Walter Ross. Typescript, photographs (13), clipping.
58. Sale No. 2311, Nov. 18, 1964: Robert Q. Lewis. Typescript, photographs (8).
59. Sale No. 2321, Jan. 13, 1965: Ira Haupt. Typescripts (3), clippings.
60. Sale No. 2326, Jan. 27, 1965: American Paintings. Typescript.
61. Sale No. 2344, 2345, Apr. 14, 1965: Impressionist, Philippe Dotremont. Typescripts (3), notes, clippings.
62. Sale No. 2351, May 4-5, 1965: Mrs. A. Hamilton Rice. Typescript, clipping.
63. Sale No. 2358, May 19, 1965: American Paintings. Typescript, clippings.
64. Sale No. 2369, 2371: Robert C. Skull, Impressionists. Typescripts (2), clippings.
65. Sale No. 2373, Oct. 22-23, 1965: Mrs. A. Hamilton Rice. Typescripts (2).
66. Sale No. 2391, Dec. 8-9, 1965: Impressionists. Typescripts (2), clippings.
67. Sale No. 2420, Mar. 23-24, 1966: G. David Thompson. Typescripts (3), notes, photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
68. Sale No. 2428-2432, Apr. 20-29, 1966: Helena Rubinstein. Typescripts (4), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
69. Sale No. 2438, May 11, 1966: Whitney Museum of American Art Benefit. Typescripts (2).
70. Sale No. 2464, Oct. 20, 1966: Charles Laughton, Eva Lanchester. Typescript, clipping.
71. Sale No. 2559, May 4, 1967: Primitive Art. Typescript.
72. Sale No. 2570, May 16, 1967: Will Weissberg Photographic Collection. Typescript, photographs (4), clippings.
73. Oct. 1966-Oct. 1969: Thomas W. Streeter Collection. Typescripts (4), publicity, clippings.
74. Sale No. 2606, Oct. 26, 1967: Impressionists. Typescripts (2).
75. Sale No. 2609, Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1967: Nowell-Usticke Rembrandt Collection. Typescript, clipping.
76. Sale No. 2677, Apr. 3, 1968: Allan Bluestein. Typescripts (2), clipping.
77. Sale No. 2678, Apr. 4, 1968: Elmer Rice Estate. Typescript.
78. Sale No. 2696, Apr. 30-May 1, 1968: Nowell-Usticke Rembrandt Collection. Typescript, photographs (3), clippings.
79. Sale No. 2741, 2742, Oct. 9, 10, 1968: Impressionist, Roudinesco school. Notes for an article, photograph, publicity, clippings.
80. Sale No. 2767, Nov. 20, 1968: Impressionists, Modern. Typescript.
81. Sale No. 2832, Apr. 9, 1969: German Expressionists. Typescript, notes.
82. Auctions Apr. 15-19, 1969. Typescript.
83. Sale No. 2842, Apr. 24, 1969: Melvin Gutman Jewelry. Typescript, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
84. Sale No. 2849, May 1, 1969: Russian Art. Photograph, publicity, clipping, no text.
85. Sale No. 2907, Oct. 15, 1969: Grover A. & Jeanne J. Magnin Collection. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
86. Sale No. 2914, Oct. 22, 2969: American Paintings & Sculpture. Typescript.
87. Sale No. 1931, Nov. 12-13, 1969: Modern & Old Master Prints. Typescript.
88. Sale No. 2935, Nov. 19, 1969: German Expressionists. Typescript.
89. Sale No. 2994, 2996, Feb. 25, 26, 1970: Impressionists, Sculpture. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
90. Sale No. 2999, Mar. 4, 1970: Harris B. Steinberg Collection. Typescript, publicity, clipping.
91. Sale No. 3048, May 13, 1970: Impressionists. Typescript, notes, clipping.
92. Sale No. 3056, May 21, 1970: Charles Bird King Portraits. Photographs (2).
93. Oct. 14, 1970: William Goetz. Photographs (2), clippings.
94. Sale No. 3096, 3097, Oct. 21-22, 1970: Irma N. Strauss Collection. Typescript, publicity, clipping.
95. Sale No. 3102, 3104, Oct. 28, 29, 1970: Modern. Typescript, clipping.
96. Sale No. 3113, Nov. 11, 1970: German Expressionists. Typescript.
97. Sale No. 3118, Nov. 18, 1970: Contemporary American. Typescripts (2), clippings.
98. Sale No. 3133, Dec. 10, 1970: American Paintings. Typescript, clippings.
99. Sale No. 3170, Mar. 10, 1971: Impressionists. Typescript, notes, photograph, clippings.
100. Sale No. 3204, May 7-8, 1971: Norton Simon Foundation. Typescripts (3), notes, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
101. Sales of Graphic Art, June 1971. Typescript, notes, clippings.
102. Sale No. 3247, Oct. 20, 1971: Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Typescript, notes, clipping.
103. Sale No. 3268, Nov. 17, 1971: Post War & Contemporary Art. Typescript, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
104. Sale No. 3322, Mar. 1, 1972: Sculpture. Typescripts (2).
105. Sale No. 3354, Apr. 26-27, 1972: Modern. Typescripts (2).
106. Sale No. 3360, May 2-5, 1972: The Cranbrook Collections. Typescripts (2).
107. Sale No. 3370, May 17-18, 1972: Old Masters. Typescript, photograph, publicity.
108. Sale No. 3383, June 7-10, 1972: Mrs. E. F. Hutton. Typescript, notes, publicity, clipping.
109. Sale No. 3409, Oct. 5-6, 1972: Hans Popper Collection, Japanese Prints. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
110. Sale No. 3424, Oct. 25, 1972: 19th & 20th Century Paintings. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
111. Sale No. 3452, Dec. 9, 1972: Deane Johnson Collection. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
112. Sale No. 3474, Feb. 15, 1973: Metropolitan Museum. Typescript, clipping.
113. Sale No. 3484, Mar. 15, 1973: Edith G. Halpert Collection. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
114. Mar. 17, 1973: Josef & Hadassah Rosensaft Collection. Photographs (2), publicity, clippings, no text.
115. Sale No. 3509, 3510, May 2-4, 1973: Norton Simon Collection. Publicity, notes, clippings, no text.

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Folders 1-46: Parke-Bernet Auctions, listed chronologically by Sale Catalog No. and date:
1. Sale No. 3544, Sept. 19, 1973. Typescript.
2. Sale No. 3556A-C, 3557, 3559, Oct. 17-19, 1973: Robert C. Skull. Typescripts (5), photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
3. Sale No. 3565, Nov. 1-3, 1973: Medieval, Renaissance. Notes, clippings.
4. Sale No. 3630-3634, May 1-4, 1974: Impressionists, Modern. Typescripts (4), photograph, clipping.
5. Sale No. 3674, Oct. 9, 1974: 19th Century European Paintings. Typescripts (2).
6. Sale No. 3679, 3736, Oct. 17-18, 1974, Mar. 12-13, 1975: Chinese Works of Art. Typescript.
7. Sale No. 3711, Jan. 16, 1975: 19th Century European Paintings. Typescript.
8. Sale No. 3728, Feb. 21, 1975: Tapestries, Furniture. Typescript, photographs (4).
9. Sale No. 3730, Feb. 25, 1975: Photographs. Notes, clipping, no text.
10. Sale No. 3737, Mar. 14, 1975: Lester Wolfe Collection of Persian Pottery. Notes, photographs (3), no text.
11. Sale No. 3753, May 2, 1975: Ray Winfield Smith Collection. Notes, publicity, no text.
12. Sale No. 3755, May 6-8, 1975: Old Master Prints. Notes, photographs (4), no text.
13. Sale No. 3761-3763, May 21-22, 1975. Typescript.
14. Sale No. 3784, Sept. 23, 1975: 19th & 20th Century Photographs. Draft, photograph.
15. Sale No. 3791, Oct. 7-11, 1975: Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge Estate. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
16. Sale No. 3796-3798, Oct. 22-24, 1975. Typescript.
17. Sale No. 3807, Nov. 13-14, 1975: Prints. Typescript.
18. Sale No. 3816, Dec. 3, 4, 6, 1975: Mrs. Charles E. Dunlap. Typescript.
19. Sale No. 3818, Dec. 6, 1975: Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge Paintings. Typescript.
20. Sale No. 3847, Mar. 17, 1976: Josef Rosensaft. Typescripts (2).
21. Sale No. 3848, Mar. 18, 1976: Lester Avnet. Typescript, notes.
22. Sale No. 3849, Mar. 20, 1976: Chinese Art. Typescript.
23. Sale No. 3867, May 4, 1976: Photographs. Publicity, photographs (2), clippings.
24. Sale No. 3868, May 5-7, 1976: Prints. Notes, clippings, no text.
25. Sale No. 3870, May 8, 1976: Antiquities, Islamic Art. Typescript.
26. Sale No. 3880-3883, May 26-28, 1976. Typescripts (2), photograph, publicity, clipping.
27. Sale No. 3891, June 16-17, 1976: Old Masters. Typescript.
28. Sale No. 3980, Apr. 28, 1977: 19th Century European Paintings. Notes, no text.
29. Sale No. 3988, May 12-13, 1977: Contemporary Art. Photograph, no text.
30. Sale No. 3992, May 18-19, 1977: Prints. Photograph, no text.
31. Sale No. 3997, May 26, 1977: Mexican Art. Photograph, publicity, no text.
32. Sale No. 4030A, B, Oct. 19, 1977: Sidney F. Brody, Impressionists. Photograph, publicity, clippings, no text.
33. Sale No. 4031, Oct. 20, 1977: 19th & 20th Century Drawings, Watercolors. Notes, no text.
34. Sale No. 4032, Oct. 20, 1977: Contemporary. Photographs (2), publicity.
35. Sale No. 4068, Jan. 13, 1978: Old Masters. Draft, publicity, clippings.
36. Sale No. 4098, Mar. 22, 1978: John J. McDonough Collection. Typescript, draft, notes, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
37. Sale No. 4122, May 12, 1978: 19th Century European Paintings. Typescript, draft, notes.
38. Sale No. 4126, May 18, 1978: Pop Art. Publicity, photograph, no text.
39. Sale No. 229 (SPB, Los Angeles), June 5-8, 1978. Draft, publicity, clippings.
40. June 20-23, 26-27, 1978: Robert von Hirsch Collection. Publicity, numerous clippings, no text.
41. Sale No. 4171, Nov. 2, 1978: Contemporary Art. Notes, publicity, no text.
42. Sale No. 4172, Nov. 3, 1978: Russian & European Avant-Garde. Notes, publicity, no text.
43. Sale No. 4196, Dec. 14, 1978: Antiquities. Typescript, proofs, photograph, publicity, clippings.
44. Sale No. 4243, May 8, 1979: Photographs. Publicity, photographs (4), no text.
45. Sale No. 4247, May 16, 1979: German Expressionists. Notes, no text, photographs (2), publicity.
46. Sale No. 4260, June 5-9, 1979: Benjamin Sonnenberg Collection. Photograph, publicity, clippings, no text.
47-48. Sotheby Parke-Bernet Auction publicity, 1938-1979. Some clippings.
49. Sotheby Parke-Bernet Auctions. Clippings.
50. Photographs (14) of items sold at Christie's Auctions, 1960-1961.
51. Christie's Sale of Captain Edward George Spencer-Churchill Collection, April 1965. Typescript, notes, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
52. Photographs (9) of items sold at Christie's Auctions, 1965.
53. Christie's 200-year Jubilee Sale, Jan. 2-20, 1967. Typescript, photographs (20), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 12.
54. May 26, 1977 (Christie's Auction). Photograph, no text.
55. Christie's advertisements, 1977.
56. May 19-20, 1978 (Christie's Auction). Notes, photographs (2), no text.
57. Gutenberg Bible Auction at Christie's, Apr. 7, 1978. Typescripts (5), notes, photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
58. Oct. 27, 1978 (Christie's Auction). Typescripts (2), notes, photograph, publicity, clippings.
59. Christie's advertisements, 1978.
60. Feb. 17, 1979 (Christie's Auction). Notes, photographs (2), clippings, no text.
61. Christie's advertisements, 1979.
62. Christie's, miscellaneous clippings.
63. Trosby Galleries Auction, Palm Beach, FL, Feb. 9, 1965: Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Morris W. Haft. Typescripts (2), catalog, publicity, clippings.
64. Trosby Galleries Auction, Palm Beach, FL, Feb. 16, 1965: Old Master Paintings. Catalog, no text.
65. Trosby Galleries Auction, Palm Beach, FL, Feb. 8-9, 1966: Mr. & Mrs. Edgardo Acosta. Typescript, catalog.
66. Klaus Perls Gallery Auction, Feb. 1966 (Channel 13 Benefit Auction). Typescript.
67. Nelle E. Mullen Collection, Nov. 15, 1967, Dec. 4-8, 1967, Samuel T. Freeman & Co. Auctioneers, Philadelphia. Typescript, notes, correspondence, catalogs, publicity, clippings.
68. Auction 393. Auction House of Contemporary Art in Soho, Opening Feb. 26, 1976. Typescripts (3), photographs (17), catalogs (2), publicity, clippings.
69. Martin Gordon Inc. Auction House of Prints & Photographs. Catalogs of Auctions, 1976-1978. Typescripts (2), notes, publicity. Also includes a listing of Fritz Neugass' photography library.

Folders 70-85: Reviews of art auction seasons.
70. 1950-1951 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
71. 1951-1952 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
72. 1952-1953 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
73. 1953-1954 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
74. 1954-1955 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
75. 1955-1956 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
76. 1956-1957 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
77. 1957-1958 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript.
78. 1958-1959 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (2).
79. 1959-1960 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (2).
80. 1960-1961 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript, clipping.
81. 1961-1962 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
82. 1962-1963 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (4), price list, clippings.
83. 1963-1964 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescript, publicity.
84. 1964-1965 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (2), publicity, clipping.
85. 1965-1966 Season review (Parke-Bernet). Typescripts (4), publicity.

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Folders 1-16: Reviews of art auction seasons.
1. 1966-1967 Season review (Sotheby, Parke Bernet). Typescript, publicity, clipping.
2. 1967-1968 Season review (Sotheby, Parke Bernet). Typescripts (4), publicity.
3. 1968-1969 Season review (Christie's, Sotheby Parke Bernet). Typescript, notes, publicity, clippings.
4. 1969-1970 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet). Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
5. 1970-1971 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
6. 1971-1972 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (5), publicity, clipping.
7. 1972-1973 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (4), publicity, clippings.
8. 1973-1974 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (4), publicity, clippings.
9. 1974-1975 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (3), publicity, clippings.
10. 1975-1976 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (4), publicity, clippings.
11. 1976-1977 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (11), notes, drafts, publicity.
12. 1976-1977 Season review. Clippings.
13. 1977-1978 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (13), notes, photographs (81), publicity, clippings.
14. Fall 1978 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (33), publicity, clippings.
15. 1978-1979 Season review (Sotheby Parke Bernet, Christie's). Typescripts (8), publicity, clippings.
16. 1978-1979 Season. Photographs (64).
17. Art Newsletter. Review by Neugass of new publication and copy of first issue.
18. International Art Market, I, No. 1 (Mar. 1961), V, No. 8/9 (1965) complete.
19. Art dealers in New York. Typescripts (14), publicity, clippings.
20. Art dealers in New York: Leo Castelli. Clippings, no article by Neugass.
21. Art dealers in New York: Joseph Duveen. Typescripts (4), notes, photographs (35), clippings.4), notes, photographs (35), clippings.
22. Art dealers in New York: French & Co. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
23. Art dealers in New York: Michel Knoedler. Typescripts (3), publicity, clippings.
24. Art dealers in New York: Marlborough (Frank Lloyd). Typescripts (3), photographs (11), clippings.
25. Art dealers in Europe: Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler (Galerie Louise Leiris).
Correspondence, notes, clippings, no text by Neugass.
26. Art dealers in Europe: Maeght. Clippings, no text by Neugass; see also Box 25, Folder 14.
27. Graphic art in the art market. Typescripts (13).
28. Photography in the art market. Typescripts (6), correspondence, clippings.
29. Antiquarian books and book collectors. Typescripts (23), clippings.
30. Antiquarian Book Fairs in New York (1969, 1971, 1973, 1977). Typescripts (5).
31. Antiquarian Books: H.P. Kraus, New York. Typescripts (21), publicity, clippings.
32. Antiquarian Books: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, Los Angeles. Typescript, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 13.

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1-2. Furniture, antiquities, jewelry, etc. at London auctions. Photographs (81) with price notations, some notes.
3-4. Furniture, antiquities, jewelty, etc. at New York auctions. Photographs (94) with price notations.
5. Old Masters in London auctions. Photographs (62) with price notations.
6. Old Masters in New York auctions. Photographs (51) with price notations.
7. Modern Masterworks (19th - 20th centuries) in London auctions. Photographs (46) with price notations.
8-12. Modern masterworks (19th - 20th centuries) in New York auctions. Photographs (257) with price notations.
13. American art in New York auctions. Photographs (48) with price notations.
14. Graphic art, books, photographs in New York and London auctions. Photographs (38) with price notations.


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Series 4: Architecture & Architects, 1950s-1979

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15. Diverse Texts on Architecture, incl. American Institute of Architecture, 4th Congress 1962, articles on modern buildings in the US, and special issues of the Saturday Review ("The new architecture of US Cities," January 1965) and Museum of Modern Art ("Architecture worth saving," 1958). Typescripts (12).
16. American Buildings for government and industry. Typescript, photograph (11), catalog, clippings.
17. Beinecke Library, Yale University, Architects Skidmore, Owings & Merill. Typescript, photographs (11), clippings.
18. Book reviews of books on architecture. Typescripts (2).
19. Brasilia. Typescript, photographs (21), clippings, printed material.
20. Breuer, Marcel. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
21. Bus Terminal in New York City, incl. original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, photographs (6).
22. Corning Glass Center & Museum. Typescripts (2), photographs (15), publicity.
23. Ehrlich, Bernard. His apartment in Greenwich Village, with color transparencies and letter by the architect. Typescript, photographs (3), clipping.
24. Form givers. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum on mid-century architecture. Photograph, catalog, no text.
25. Fuller, Buckminster. Photographs (16), publicity, printed material, clippings, no text by Fritz Neugass.
26. German Architecture after the War. Exhibit in US, 1956-1958, with catalog. Typescript.
27. German Embassy (Deutsche Botschaft) in Washington D.C. Typescript, catalog.
28. Gropius, Walter. Typescript, photographs (20), publicity, clippings.
29. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Typescripts (5), photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
30. Hofmann-Isenburg, Herbert. Modern Church in Mexico. Original photos (2) by Fritz Neugass, no text. Photographs (9), clippings.
31. Holiday House, designed by George Nelson. Typescript, photographs (23), clipping.
32. IBM skyscraper in Pittsburgh. Typescript, correspondence, printed material.
33. Idlewild Airport (renamed JFK), New York, 1957. Typescript, photographs (44), printed material.
34. Japanese House, Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, 1954, Architect Junze Yoshimura. Typescript, photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
35. Johnson, Philip C. Hodgson House, Wing at Dumbarton Oaks, etc. Typescripts (3), photographs (23), publicity, clippings.

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1. Kiesler, Frederick. Incl. the Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem. Typescripts (2), photographs (19), publicity, clippings.
2. Modern Church Buildings. Chapels in Colorado Springs, Brandeis University, Notre Dame de Rohan, etc. Typescripts (5), photographs (15), correspondence, publicity, clippings.
3. Le Corbusier (Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris). Typescripts (2), notes, clippings.
4. Lever House. Typescript, notes, photographs (10), publicity, clippings.
5. Levittown, PA and Levittown, NY. Incl. original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (4), notes, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
6. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, NY. Typescripts (3), photographs (21), publicity, clippings.
7. Los Angeles County Museum. Typescripts (2), photographs (31), publicity.
8. Manufacturers Trust Co. Typescript, publicity, clipping.
9. Metropolitan Museum, Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium. Typescript, clipping.
10. Mexico City, Anthropological Museum, Architect Pedro Ramirez Vasquez, 1964. Typescript, photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
11. Mexico, Cuidad University. Incl. original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, notes, photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
12. Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig. Typescripts (2), photographs (16), publicity, clippings.
13. Olivetti Store in New York. Showroom 1954. Typescript, photographs (2), publicity, clipping.
14. Penthouse Offices, William Zeckendorf. Typescript, clippings.
15. Pereira, William, see also under Los Angeles County Museum. Typescript, clippings.
16. Rudolph, Paul M. Typescript, photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
17. Saarinen, Eero. Incl. Deere and Co. Building, Moline, IL; see also under Idlewild. Typescripts (3), photographs (37), publicity.
18. Seagram Building. Typescript, notes, photographs (11), clippings.
19. Serlio, Sebastiano. Exhibit at Columbia University of drawings, 1975, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (4), publicity, clipping.
20. Shopping Center, Northland Center, Detroit, Architect Victor Gruen. Typescript, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
21. South American Architecture, see also under Brasilia. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
22. Stone, Edward Durell. Typescripts (3), photographs (58), publicity, clippings.
23. Theater Architecture in America. Traveling exhibit "The Ideal Theater, Eight Concepts," 1962-1963. Typescript, photographs (29), publicity.
24. UNESCO Building, Paris 1958. Typescript, notes, photographs (34), publicity, clippings.
25. United Nations Building, NY. Photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (6), notes, photographs (48), publicity, clippings.
26. United Nations Building, NY, Dag Hammarskjold Library. Typescript, notes, photographs (16), publicity.
27. Visionary Architecture. Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art, 1960, also historical exhibit with the same title in the Metropolitan Museum, 1968. Typescript, photographs (38), publicity, clippings.
28. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, Architect Marcel Breuer, 1966. Typescripts (2), photographs (22), publicity, clippings.
29. World House Galleries, Architects Kiesler and Bartos, 1957. Typescripts (2), photographs (4), clippings.
30. Wright, Frank Lloyd. Article and photos, incl. portrait photo of Wright by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (2), photographs (18); see also Box 25, Folder 15.
31. Wright, Frank Lloyd. Publicity, clippings.
32. Yamasaki, Minoru, Architect of the 1962 Seattle Fair, also exhibition catalog, 1967. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
33. Zurich, Lakeside Beach Resort (Strandbad Tiefenbronn). Incl. photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (2), photographs (17), publicity, clipping.


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Series 5: Furniture & Design, 1950s-1979

Box 19
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1. Modern Design. Award winning furniture and "Good Design" exhibits in Museum of Modern Art, 1950, 1955, with catalogs. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
2. Ceramics. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, 1959. Typescript, publicity, catalogs, clippings.
3. Design Center, NY, 1958. Typescripts, photographs (21), publicity, clipping.
4. Door Ornaments, Yale & Towne. Typescripts (2), photographs (18), publicity, catalog.
5. Dreyfuss, Henry. No notes or text by Fritz Neugass, photograph, publicity, clippings.
6. Glass, Antique. R.W. Smith Collection, exhibited at Corning Glass Museum, 1957. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
7. Glass, Modern and its uses. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (31), publicity.
8. Glass Sculptures, Murano, incl. catalog. Typescript.
9. Glass, Venetian. Photos by Fritz Neugass, no text. Photographs (5), notes.
10. Jewelry, Greek, in the time of Alexander. Typescript, notes, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
11. Jewelry, primitive to modern. Exhibit in Museum of Contemporary Crafts, 1965, with catalog. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity.
12. Lamps in the US. Typescript, photographs (18), publicity, clipping.
13. Loewy, Raymond. Typescripts, photographs (17), publicity, clippings.
14. Ludwig II of Bavaria. Exhibit in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1979, with illustrated catalog, notes, and drafts but no finished text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
15. Luss, Gerald, designer for industry. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), clippings.
16. Museum of Contemporary Crafts. Fantastic Furniture exhibit with illustrated catalog. Typescripts (2), publicity.
17. Nevelson, Mike. Fantastic furniture, with catalog. Typescript.
18. Porcelain, German. Collections of Hans Syz and Adolph Beckhardt in Washington; also Ralph Wark in Florida, with catalog, letter from Wark. Typescripts (2), photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
19. Refrigerators. Exhibit at Wildenstein "Nobility of Everyday Objects", 1958, with catalog. Typescripts (3), photographs (10), publicity.
20. Rowland, David. Chair that won him an award. Typescripts (2), photographs (7).
21. Schor, Ilya, Modern Silversmith. Exhibit at the Jewish Museum, 1965, incl. catalog, card with original signed woodcut. Typescripts (2), photographs (10), publicity.
22. Steuben Glass. Typescripts (11), photographs (63), publicity, clippings.
23. Textiles in the US. Typescript, photographs (12).
23. Textiles designed by modern masters, incl. rugs, Fuller Fabrics, modern master prints. Typescripts (2), photographs (25), publicity.
24. Weinberg, Hanns, porcelain expert. Typescript, notes, clipping.
25. Wright, Frank Lloyd, Furniture. Typescript, photographs (38), publicity, clipping.


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Series 6: Theater and Film, 1950s-1979

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26. Artists portraits in films. Typescripts (2), photographs (2).
27. Brecht, Bertolt. Performances in New York, "Man is Man," "Mother Courage." Typescripts (2), notes, program, photograph, clippings.
28. Bryan, Julien. Documentary Films. Typescript, photograph, printed material.
29. Capote, Truman. "House of Flowers." Typescript, photographs (3).
30. Cinerama and three-dimensional films, "Around the World in 80 Days," "The Seven Wonders of the World," etc. Typescripts (7), photographs (70), publicity, clippings.
31. Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. Silent World, documentary film. Typescript, photographs (13), clipping.
32. Dietrich, Marlene. Incl. Richard Griffith: "M.D., Image and Legend." Typescripts (2), photographs (11), catalog.
33. Disney, Walt. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
34. Disney's nature films and nature photographers. Typescripts (4), notes, photographs (49), publicity, clippings.
35. "Funny Face," Film with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire and fashion photography by Richard Avedon. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
36. German Theater (Deutsches Theater) in New York. Typescript, programs, clippings.
37. Hansel and Gretel, puppet show. Typescript, photograph, publicity, program.
38. Hochhuth, Rolf. "The Deputy" ("Der Stellvertreter") in New York. Typescript, clippings.
39. International and American films. Typescripts (5), photographs (7).
40. "Jonas." German psychoanalytical film. Typescript, photographs (16).
41. Madol, Hans Roger. Typescript, clippings.
42. "My Fair Lady" (play). Typescripts (2), photographs (6), playbill, clippings.

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1. "The Naked Eye," film on photography. Typescript, photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
2. Negroes in the American Theater. Typescript, notes, photographs (43), publicity, programs, clippings.
3. New York Film Festival, 1968-1969. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
4. New York Film Festival (8th), 1970. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
5. New York Film Festival (9th), 1971. Typescript.
6. New York Film Festival (13th), 1975. Typescript, publicity.
7. New York Film Festival (14th), 1976. Typescript, photographs (6), publicity.
8. New York Film Festival (15th), 1977. Typescript, publicity, clipping.
9. Oenslager, Donald. Scenic design collection from 4 centuries, with catalog. Typescript, notes, photograph, publicity.
10. Richter, Hans. Chess film and "Dreams that Money can Buy," incl. autograph letter of the artist, 1954, some handwritten picture inscriptions. Typescript, photographs (16), publicity, clippings.
11. Shakespeare in the US. Typescript, photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
12. Special effects in film. Typescript, notes, photographs (25).
13. Stage and Screen Reviews. Theater in New York, Season 1961/1962 and 1962/1963, articles on individual New York performances. Typescripts (9), clippings.
14. Stage Design after 1945. Exhibit in Zurich, 1964. Typescript, clipping.
15. Stunts in Film, "On the Waterfront." Typescript, photographs (4), publicity.


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16. Abstract photography. Typescripts (3), notes, correspondence, photographs (17), publicity, clippings.
17. Aerial photograpy, pictures taken from the air. Typescripts (2), photographs (13), clippings.
18. American Photography. Typescripts (11), photographs (4); see also Box 25, Folder 16.
19. American Society of Magazine Photographers. Typescripts (2), photographs (10).
20. Atget, Eugene. Typescripts (3), photographs (7), publicity, clippings.
21. Avedon, Richard. Photographs, 1947-1977, Exhibit Metropolitan Museum, 1978. Typescript, notes, photographs (11), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 17.
22. Biasi, Mario de. Typescripts (3), photographs (48), clippings.
23. Bite of a rattlesnake, filming of. Typescript, photographs (10).
24. The Bitter Years, American Photography in the 1930s. Typescript, photographs (2).
25. Book reviews, books and annuals of photography. Typescripts (12).
26. Bourke-White, Margaret. Typescript, photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
27. Brady, Mathew B., Photography in the American Civil War. Typescripts (2), photographs (15), publicity, clippings.
28. Brandt, Bill. Exhibit in Museum of Modern Art, 1960, no text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
29. Brassai. Exhibit of his graffiti photography in Museum of Modern Art, 1957. Typescript, photographs (11), publicity, clippings.
30. Capa, Robert. Typescripts (3), photographs (5), publicity, clippings.
31. Cartier-Bresson, Henri. Typescripts (3), photographs (6), publicity, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 18.
32. Color Photography. Typescripts (4).
33. Concerned Photographer. Typescript, photographs (9), publicity, clippings.
34. Eastman, George, and the Eastman House in Rochester. Typescript, photographs (51), clippings.

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1. Eisenstaedt, Alfred. Typescript, photographs (3), clippings.
2. Elisofon, Eliot. Photography of Indian Temples. Typescript, photographs (6).
3. European "Tops" Amateur Photography. Exhibited in New York, 1952, incl. correspondence, picture inscriptions, no text. Photographs (32), clippings.
4. Flash Close-ups. Typescript, photographs (16), publicity.
5. French Photography, Modern. Typescript, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
6. Haas, Ernst. Typescript, publicity, clippings.
7. Henle, Fritz. Typescripts (2), photographs (6).
8. Historical Photography. Typescripts (8), photographs (20), publicity, clippings.
9. Individual Photographers. Articles, mostly on American photographers, incl. Cecil Beaton, Leonard McCombe, Barbara Morgan, Ylla, Suzanne Szazs. Typescripts (12), photographs (7), publicity.
10. Industrial Photography in the US. Typescripts (2), photographs (54), clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 19.
11. IPEX, International Photo Exhibition, Washington, 1957, incl. text in English, also printed articles of 1965, with pseudonym Friedrich Brentano for Fritz Neugass. Typescripts (4), photographs (37), clippings.
12. Jacobi, Lotte. Incl. 5 autograph letters by Jacobi, 1964-1965. Typescript, publicity.
13. Japan. Photography in Japan today. Typescripts (4), photographs (25), clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 20.
14. Karsh, Yousuf. Typescript, photographs (3), publicity, clippings.
15. Kolibri / Hummingbirds. Incl., picture inscriptions, printed text by Fritz Neugass. Photographs (2), clippings.
16. Läubli, Walter. Photographer of Zurich, editor of The Camera, contains 48 original photos and 2 color transparencies by Läubli. Typescripts (2); see also Box 25, Folder 21.
17. Landscape Photography in the US. Exhibit in Museum of Modern Art, 1963. Typescript, photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
18. Lange, Dorothea. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), publicity, clippings.
19. Laposky, Ben F., Electronic Abstractions. Incl. 2 letters by Laposky, publicity, clippings.
20. Larsen, Lisa. Typescript, photograph, clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 22.
21. Liberman, Alexander. Portraits of Artists. Typescripts (3), photographs (4), publicity, clippings.
22. Life Contest for Young Photographers, 1951. Typescript, photographs (5), clippings.
23. Metropolitan Museum, New York, Photo Collections. Typescript, photographs (13), publicity.
24. Metropolitan Museum. Yearly exhibits "Photography in the Fine Arts." Typescripts (5), photographs (29), catalogs, clippings.
25. Modern cameras and techniques. Typescripts (6), photographs (6), publicity, clippings.
26. Movement in Art and Photography. Typescript, photograph, clipping.
27. Museum of Modern Art, Photo-Exhibits. Typescripts (9), photographs (92), publicity; see also Box 25, Folder 23.
28. Museums for Photography. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
29. Newman, Arnold. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), clippings.
30. Photo League. Typescript, publicity.
31. Photography, Painting, Sculpture. Typescripts (2), photographs (3), incl. 1 photo by Fritz Neugass.
32. Portrait in Art and Photography. Typescripts (2), photographs (9), clipping.
33. 100 Years of Portrait Photography, Exhibit Brooklyn Museum, 1951. Typescripts (2), photographs (8), publicity, clippings.
34. Russian Photography, Exhibit in the US, 1970. No text by Fritz Neugass, photographs (13), publicity, clippings.
35. Siskind, Aaron. Incl. 2 autograph letters of the photographer, 1954. Typescript, clippings.
36. Smith, W. Eugene. Typescripts (2), photograph, publicity, clippings.
37. Space and Weather Photography. Typescripts (5), photographs (26), publicity, clippings.
38. Steichen, Edward. Typescripts (8), photographs (49), catalog, publicity, clippings.
39. Steichen, Edward. Family of Man exhibit in Museum of Modern Art, 1964. Typescripts (6), photographs (18), publicity, clippings.
40. Stieglitz, Alfred and his photography collection. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (27), publicity, clippings.

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Folder

1. Sweet, Ozzie. Typescript, clippings.
2. United Nations Photographers. Typescripts (4), photographs (30), publicity, clippings.
3. The invisible made visible. "Once Invisible" exhibit in the Museum of Modern Art, 1967. Typescript, photographs (12), publicity, clippings.
4. Victorian Photography. Exhibit in Metropolitan Museum, 1967. Typescript, photographs (13), publicity.
5. Vishniak, Roman. Typescripts (2), publicity, clippings.
6. Weegee. Typescript, photographs (7), clippings; see also Box 25, Folder 24.
7. Weiner, Dan. Typescript, photograph, clippings.
8. Weston, Edward. Typescripts (4), photographs (33), clippings.
9. World Exhibitions of Photography, New York, Lucerne, Sport. Typescripts (4).


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Series 8: General journalistic articles, 1950s-1979

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10. Abu Simbel. Rescue Action by UNESCO, 1963. Typescript, notes, photographs (5), press releases, clippings.
11. Africa, a Continent in Change. Typescript, notes, press release, clippings.
12. Africa, a Continent in Change. Photographs (80).
13. Alaska, before and after it became the 49th state of the US. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (24), press releases, clippings.
14. American Museum of Natural History, Hall of North American Forests opening, May 1958. Typescript, press releases.
15. Animalport. Services for animals at Idlewild airport. Printed clipping of text by Neugass only, no typescript, photograph, clippings.
16. Antarctica, exploration of, incl. penguin photo by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, notes, photographs (5), clippings.
17. Arthritis, new ways to fight back. Typescript, photographs (14), press releases.
18. Bismarck, Otto, Chef of the liner "S. S. United States." Typescripts (2), photographs (5), clipping.
19. Canadian school train. Typescript, photographs (5).
20. Disneyland. Opening in Anaheim, CA (summer 1955). Typescript, photographs (24), press release, clippings.
21. Ford, Henry. Typescripts (3), notes, photographs (39), press releases (1953), clippings.
22. Glass Models of Protozoa, made by Herman Otto Müller, German glassblower, for the American Museum of Natural History.
23. Guatemala, revolution 1954. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (6), clippings.
24. Hagen, Sylvia von. Expedition of Incan roads in Peru. Typescript, notes, photographs (35), press release, clippings.
25. Hawaii, before and after becoming 50th state of the US. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (25), press releases, clippings.
26. Highways in the US. Typescript, notes, photographs (4), brochure, clippings.
27. Jack, Hulan Edwin, first black mayor of Manhattan, 1953. Typescript, notes, photographs (13), press releases.
28. Life Saving courses, American Red Cross. Typescripts (2), photographs (15).
29. Living tableaux. Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, CA. Typescript, photographs (2), press releases, clippings.
30. Matera, Italy. Rescue action by United Nations. Typescript, photographs (6), clipping.
31. Meyner, Robert, Governor of New Jersey. Typescript, photograph, clipping.
32. Mushrooms with hallucinogenic effect. Typescript, photographs (5), press release, clippings.
33. Neiman-Marcus, Texas. Typescripts (2), photographs (5), press releases, clippings.
34. New York Harbor, Port Authority, incl. 2 original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, photographs (23), press releases, clippings.
35. Oil, through the millennia. Typescripts (2), photographs (9), brochures, clipping.
36. Pan American Highway System. Typescript, notes, correspondence, photographs (9), pamphlets, clippings.
37. Pittsburgh, PA Renovation. Typescript, press release.

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1. Puerto Rico. Typescripts (2), press releases, pamphlets, clippings.
2. Quebec. Typescript, photographs (2), press releases.
3. Radio City Music Hall. Typescript, photographs (4).
4. Roof gardens in New York, incl. 5 original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, photographs (8), clippings.
5. Rubinstein, Helena. Typescript, photographs (3), press releases.
6. Satellites in Space, 1956. Typescript, photographs (9), press releases, clippings.
7. Soldiers for Peace, U. N. Troops. Typescript, notes, photographs (13), clippings.
8. St. Lawrence River Project. Typescripts (2), notes, photographs (26), pamphlets, press releases, clippings.
9. Supermarkets in miniature. Typescripts (3), photographs (4), press releases.
10. Tanglewood Music Festivals, incl. 5 original photos by Fritz Neugass. Typescript, photographs (9), press releases.
11. Toys designed for industry, exhibited in Museum of Modern Art, 1953. Typescripts (2), photographs (2), press release.
12. Treasure Hunters of sunken Spanish ships in Florida; also auction of finds, 1967. Typescripts (3), correspondence, photographs (6), pamphlet, press releases, clippings.
13 U-boat 505, German submarine, 1944, salvaged by American fleet. Typescript, photographs (4), press releases.
14. UNESCO Relief work in Central America (Mexico). Typescript, photographs (15), pamphlets.
15. UNICEF in Greece. Captions by Fritz Neugass, no text. Photographs (4).
16. Uranium City, Saskatchewan, Canada. Typescript, photographs (6), clippings.
17. Venezuela Oil Boom. Typescript, photographs (5), pamphlets, press releases, clippings.
18. Vinland Map, ca. 1440. Typescripts (2), press release, clippings.
19. Volker, William. Volker Memorial Fountain, Kansas City, by Carl Milles. Typescript, photographs (9), press releases.
20. White House, Washington, D.C. Redecoration by Jacqueline Kennedy. Typescript, photographs (11), clippings.
21. Collection of articles, captions by Neugass. Typescripts (20), clippings.


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22. American Life. Collection of texts (7) on life in America in German and in English, with captions but without photos (preserved separately).
23. Amish in Pennsylvania. Texts in German and English, photographs by Neugass (14), clippings.
24. Angler Express. Text in German, captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (13).
25. April in Paris Ball. Fashion show by Dior at Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 1958. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (35), seating chart, clippings.
26. Baumgartner, Dr. Leona, municipal physician of New York. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (3), vita, clippings.
27. Beausacq, Ingeborg de. Contact prints, photographs by Fritz Neugass (10), photograph and text by Beausacq in German and in English, no text by Fritz Neugass preserved, possibly never written.
28. Berlin Philharmonic, with Herbert von Karajan in New York, 1956. Text in German, contact prints, photographs by Neugass (35), 6 publicity photos, program.
29. Boys Brotherhood Republic. Text and captions in English and German, letterhead, photographs by Neugass (3).
30. Brooklyn Bridge. 75th Anniversary, 1958. Text and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (8), programs, press release, clippings.
31. Camera Clubs. Text in English, photographs by Neugass (1) and others (8).
32. Chewing Gum. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (8).
33. Childrens Theater in the US. Performance in Central Park. Text in English and in German, contact prints, photographs by Neugass (29), clipping.
34. Chinatown, New York. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (16), clippings.
35. Columns, Castles, Minarets. Draft of a planned book which should have been published in 1946 at Herbert Bittner, text and photos by Fritz Neugass. Versions of the text, list of photographs, captions.
36. Columns, Castles, Minarets. Ca. 100 photos from Fritz Neugass' trips in the Mediterranean, most with captions.
37. Coney Island. Texts in German and English, with captions but no photos (preserved separately).
38. County Fairs in the US. Texts and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (86), clipping.
39. Debutante Ball, Astor Hotel, New York, 1958. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (11), program, guest lists, press release.
40. Enterprising spirit of an American boy (Jackie O'Neill). Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (10).
41. Gambling in America, Reno, NV, etc. Text and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (20), clippings.
42. George Washington statue on Wall Street. Text in German and English, photographs by Neugass (4).
43. The George Washington Bridge. Text in English, photographs by Neugass (5).

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1. German Embassy, Washington, DC, 1955. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (15), negatives, contact prints, press releases, clipping.
2. Ghost-town, Virginia City, NV. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (21) with negatives and contact prints, clipping.
3. Greenwich Village, artistic boheme life in New York. Text and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (37).
4. Gypsy pilgrimage in Saintes Maries-les-Mers. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (18), clippings.
5. Hollywood Cemetery. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (17) with negatives and contact prints.
6. Hymn to an egg-slicer. Text and captions in English, photograph by Neugass.
7. In a helicopter above New York. Texts in German and English, photographs by Neugass (29) with contact prints, press releases, clippings.
8. Indians in the USA. Texts (3) and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (53), press releases, clippings.
9. Italians in New York, incl. San Genaro procession. Texts and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (35), clippings.
10. Jalayer, Freidoon, Persian employee at the American Museum of Natural History. Text and captions in German, contact prints, photographs by Neugass (2).
11. Jehovah's Witnesses, meeting in New York Stadium, July 1953. Text in German and English, photographs by Neugass (11), with contact prints.
12. Lall, Shusheila, wife of Indian diplomat Arthur Lall in New York. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (6), clipping.
13. Life Begins at Forty. Forty Plus Club, New York. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (11), with contact prints, clippings.
14. Lindt, August, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees. Texts by Fritz Neugass and Edith Gloor, a Swiss journalist, photographs by Neugass (4).
15. Lunch concert in Bryant Park. Texts in German and English, photographs by Neugass (12), clipping.
16. Mexico. Texts (5) in German and English with captions, but without photos (preserved separately), clippings.
17. Model photos, series of (5) photos by Neugass of a girl in Central Park. Text in English.
18. Mount Athos. Text and captions in English, photographs by Neugass (17).
19. Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden. Text in German, photographs by Neugass (24), with contact prints, press release.
20. New Orleans, Poetry exhibit. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (6).
21. New York City. Texts (9) and captions in German and in English, no photos (preserved separately).
22. New York's architectural styles. Text in English, photographs by Neugass (28).
23. New York City seen through arches. Text and captions in English, photographs by Neugass (14).
24. Oberkirchen Children's chorus in New York, 1955. Texts (3) and captions in English and German, contact prints, photographs by Neugass (29), publicity photos (4), press releases.
25. Passion Play in Roquebrune, France. Texts (2) and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (19), clippings.
26. Photographic methods. Texts (7) in English and German, no photographs (preserved separately).
27. Photographing Monuments (New York City). Text and captions in English, photographs by Neugass (34).
28. Play streets in New York. Text and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (23).
29. Provincetown, Cape Cod. Captions in English, no text, photographs by Neugass (52).
30. Provincetown, setting out at night with fishermen. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (15).
31. Provincetown Playhouse. Text in German, captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (19).
32. Reflections. Texts (8) and captions in German and English, original photos by Fritz Neugass (46).
33. Sailors Snug Harbor, retirement home for sailors. Text and captions in German, photographs by Neugass (20).
34. Swimming University, Council on Student Travel. Texts and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (37), clippings.
35. Terramycin in the breeding of pigs. Texts in German and French, with contact prints, photographs by Neugass (17), clippings.
36. Tinos Island (Greece) Pilgrimage. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (13).
37. Volunteer Service Photographers, Rehabilitation through Photography. Text and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (30), pamphlet.
38. Window-Display in the US. Texts and captions in German and English, photographs by Neugass (47), clipping.

Box 25: Oversize folders
Folder

1. Afrikanische Kunst / African Art. Oversize photos; see also Series I, Box 1, Folder 4.
2. Afro-amerikanische Kunst / Afro-American Art; see also Series I, Box 1, Folder 5.
3. Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille. Oversize photos; see also Series I, Box 2, Folder 23.
4. Ernst, Max. Oversize photo; see also Series I, Box 3, Folder 9.
5. Feininger, Andreas. Oversize photos; see also Series I, Box 3, Folder 16.
6. Jaki Horvat Joze. Correspondence between Neugass and Karl Berndt concerning Yugoslavian surrealist painter, Jaki, 1965-1969. Photographs (50), also several hundred small format photographs (3" x 5"), boxed separately.
7. Jaki Horvat Joze. Printed materials.
8. Jaki Horvat Joze. Catalogs.
9. Monet, Claude. Oversize photo; see also Series I, Box 5, Folder 30.
10. Picasso, Pablo. Printed materials; see also Series I, Box 6, Folder 14.
11. Renoir, Pierre Auguste. Oversize photos; see also Series I, Box 7, Folder 9.
12. Christie's 200-year celebration. Printed materials, notes; see also Series III, Box 15, Folder 53.
13. Antiquarian Books: Zeitlin & Ver Brugge. Catalog; see also Series III, Box 16, Folder 31.
14. Art dealers in Europe. Catalog; see also Series III, Box 16, Folder 26.
15. Wright, Frank Lloyd. Printed materials; see also Series IV, Box 18, Folder 30.
16. American Photographs. Oversize photo; see also Series VII, Box 20, Folder 18.
17. Avedon, Richard. Catalog; see also Series VII, Box 20, Folder 21.
18. Cartier-Bresson, Henri. Oversize photo, printed materials; see also Series VII, Box 20, Folder 31.
19. Industrial Photography. Oversize photos; see also Series VII, Box 21, Folder 10.
20. Japan. Photography in Japan Today. Oversize photos; see also Series VII, Box 21, Folder 13.
21. Läubli, Walter. Oversize photos; see also Series VII, Box 21, Folder 16.
22. Larsen, Lisa. Oversize photos; see also Series VII, Box 21, Folder 20.
23. Museum of Modern Art. Photo-Exhibits; see also Series VII, Box 21, Folder 27.
24. Weegee. Oversize photos; see also Series VII, Box 22, Folder 6.


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Series 10: Published Writings of Neugass (clippings), 1942-1979

Box 13
Folder

1. Art, 1948. 1 item.
2. Art, 1949. 4 items.
3. Art, 1950. 3 items.
4. Art, 1951. 6 items.
5. Art, 1952. 8 items.
6. Art, 1953. 13 items.
7. Art, 1954. 9 items.
8. Art, 1955. 28 items.
9. Art, 1956. 29 items.
10. Art, 1957. 20 items.
11. Art, 1958. 22 items.
12. Art, 1959. 18 items.
13. Art, 1960. 42 items.
14. Art, 1961. 28 items.
15. Art, 1962. 19 items.
16. Art, 1963. 30 items.
17. Art, 1964. 23 items.
18. Art, 1965. 45 items.
19. Art, 1966. 63 items.
20. Art, 1967. 40 items.
21. Art, 1968. 29 items.
22. Art, 1969. 34 items.
23. Art, 1970. 20 items.
24. Art, 1971. 11 items.
25. Art, 1972. 17 items.
26. Art, 1973. 20 items.
27. Art, 1974. 7 items.
28. Art, 1975. 13 items.
29. Art, 1976. 8 items.
30. Art, 1977. 16 items.
31. Art, 1978. 17 items.
32. Art, 1979. 7 items.
33. Museums and Collections, 1951. 7 items.
34. Museums and Collections, 1952. 8 items.
35. Museums and Collections, 1953. 4 items.
36. Museums and Collections, 1954. 6 items.
37. Museums and Collections, 1955. 11 items.
38. Museums and Collections, 1956. 3 items.
39. Museums and Collections, 1957. 11 items.

Box 27
Series 10, continued
Folder

1. Museums and Collections, 1958. 11 items.
2. Museums and Collections, 1959. 13 items.
3. Museums and Collections, 1960. 11 items.
4. Museums and Collections, 1961. 5 items.
5. Museums and Collections, 1962. 7 items.
6. Museums and Collections, 1963. 19 items.
7. Museums and Collections, 1964. 18 items.
8. Museums and Collections, 1965. 30 items.
9. Museums and Collections, 1966. 26 items.
10. Museums and Collections, 1967. 9 items.
11. Museums and Collections, 1968. 17 items.
12. Museums and Collections, 1969. 18 items.
13. Museums and Collections, 1970. 12 items.
14. Museums and Collections, 1971. 20 items.
15. Museums and Collections, 1972. 18 items.
16. Museums and Collections, 1973. 14 items.
17. Museums and Collections, 1974. 12 items.
18. Museums and Collections, 1975. 10 items.
19. Museums and Collections, 1976. 7 items.
20. Museums and Collections, 1977. 4 items.
21. Museums and Collections, 1978. 12 items.
22. Art Market, 1950-1951. 6 items.
23. Art Market, 1952-1954. 11 items.
24. Art Market, 1955-1956. 12 items.
25. Art Market, 1957-1958. 15 items.
26. Art Market, 1959. 31 items.
27. Art Market, 1960. 45 items.
28. Art Market, 1961. 41 items.
29. Art Market, 1962. 48 items.
30. Art Market, 1963. 50 items.
31. Art Marker, 1964. 52 items.
32. Art Market, 1965. 51 items.
33. Art Market, 1966. 47 items.
34. Art Market, 1967. 40 items.
35. Art Market, 1968. 24 items.
36. Art Market, 1969. 31 items.
37. Art Market, 1970. 29 items.
38. Art Market, 1971. 29 items.
39. Art Market, 1972. 36 items.
40. Art Market, 1973. 38 items.
41. Art Market, 1974. 36 items.

Box 28
Series 10, continued
Folder

1. Art Market, 1975. 28 items.
2. Art Market, 1976. 41 items.
3. Art Market, 1977. 27 items.
4. Art Market, 1978. 28 items.
5. Art Market, 1979. 14 items.
6. Architecture, 1950. 4 items.
7. Architecture, 1951. 5 items.
8. Architecture, 1952. 7 items.
9. Architecture, 1953-1954. 6 items.
10. Architecture, 1955. 12 items.
11. Architecture, 1956. 11 items.
12. Architecture, 1957. 11 items.
13. Architecture, 1958. 8 items.
14. Architecture, 1959. 15 items.
15. Architecture, 1960. 8 items.
16. Architecture, 1961-1962. 7 items.
17. Architecture, 1963-1964. 16 items.
18. Architecture, 1965. 18 items.
19. Architecture, 1966. 19 items.
20. Architecture, 1967-1968. 5 items.
21. Furniture & Design, 1950-1951. 10 items.
22. Furniture & Design, 1952-1954. 10 items.
23. Furniture & Design, 1955-1956. 11 items.
24. Furniture & Design, 1957-1958. 9 items.
25. Furniture & Design, 1959-1960. 9 items.
26. Furniture & Design, 1961-1964. 6 items.
27. Furniture & Design, 1965. 13 items.
28. Furniture & Design, 1966. 19 items.
29. Furniture & Design, 1967-1968. 5 items.
30. Theater & Film, 1953-1954. 5 items.
31. Theater & Film, 1955. 14 items.
32. Theater & Film, 1956. 11 items.
33. Theater & Film, 1957. 13 items.
34. Theater & Film, 1958-1975. 21 items.
35. Photography, 1948-1950. 13 items.
36. Photography, 1951. 14 items.
37. Photography, 1952. 19 items.
38. Photography, 1953. 23 items.
39. Photography, 1954. 14 items.
40. Photography, 1955. 25 items.

Box 29
Series 10, continued
Folder

1. Photography. Family of Man articles, 1955-1956. 25 items.
2. Photography, 1956. 6 items.
3. Photography, 1957. 20 items.
4. Photography, 1958. 13 items.
5. Photography, 1959. 8 items.
6. Photography, 1960. 10 items.
7. Photography, 1961. 16 items.
8. Photography, 1962. 7 items.
9. Photography, 1963. 11 items.
10. Photography, 1964. 14 items.
11. Photography, 1965-1966. 13 items.
12. Photography, 1967. 14 items.
13. Photography, 1968-1969. 15 items.
14. Photography, 1976-1979. 11 items.
15. General journalistic articles, 1953. 18 items.
16. General journalistic articles, 1954. 35 items.
17. General journalistic articles, 1955. 28 items.
18. General journalistic articles, 1956. 27 items.
19. General journalistic articles, 1957. 26 items.
20. General journalistic articles, 1958. 18 items.
21. General journalistic articles, 1959. 16 items.
22. General journalistic articles, 1960-1964. 19 items.
23. General journalistic articles, 1965-1976. 22 items.
24. Photojournalism, 1942-1947. 22 items.
25. Photojournalism, 1948. 19 items.
26. Photojournalism, 1949. 27 items.
27. Photojournalism, 1950. 26 items.
28. Photojournalism, 1951. 18 items.
29. Photojournalism, 1952. 23 items.

Box 30
Series 10, continued
Folder

1. Photojournalism, 1953. 30 items.
2. Photojournalism, 1954. 29 items.
3. Photojournalism, 1955. 33 items.
4. Photojournalism, 1956. 23 items.
5. Photojournalism, 1957. 13 items.
6. Photojournalism, 1958. 21 items.
7. Photojournalism, 1959. 15 items.
8. Photojournalism, 1960-1978. 40 items.
9. Das Kunstwerk. Issues with articles by Neugass (2), 1952, 1954/55.
10. Wereld. Issues with articles by Neugass (2), 1958, 1959.
11. Freie Volksbühne (Köln). Issues with articles by Neugass (8), 1962-1965.
12. Books and manuscripts, 1965-1967. 22 items.
13. Books and manuscripts, 1968-1970. 27 items.
14. Books and manuscripts, 1971-1973. 26 items.
15. Books and manuscripts, 1974-1978. 11 items.
16. Contributions by Neugass in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1964-1968. 125 items.
17. Contributions by Neugass in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1969-1979. 95 items.
* Scrapbook of clippings and articles by Neugass, primarily 1959. Clippings and typescripts (see Box 61).


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Series 11: Early writings (pre-USA) of Fritz Neugass, 1930s-1940

Box 30, continued
Folder

18. Geheimnis um die Venus. Roman von François Neuville. Novel by Neugass, written ca. 1939, published under a pseudonym in serial form in a Swiss newspaper, Dec. 1940- Feb. 1941. Also printed proof copy. 64p.
19. "Une ombre passé". Nouvelle Inédite par ANDRE JAUGET. Typescript in French, presumably by Neugass, written under the pseudonym Andre Jauget, undated. 7p.
20. "Chronik von Gurs." Typescript in German. 16p. Synopses. 6p., 2p.
21. "Tragedy at Gurs." Typescript in English. 20p. Also handwritten version, synopsis.
22. "Friends behind barbed wire." Partial typescript of a novel, experiences of Neugass and Louise Strauss-Ernst in wartime France. English. 124p.
23. Art reports from Paris. 3 typescripts, in German.
24. Articles on Neugass 3-month trip through Mediterranean countries, 1936. Texts predominantly in German, also several in English and French. Typescripts.
25.-26. Pre-US journalistic writings. Short texts, mostly 1-2 pages typed, in German.


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Series 12: Documents and biographical materials, 1899-1979

Box 31
Folder

1. German documents, passports, 1899-1939.
2. Last Will & Testament of Julius Isaak Neugass and Alice Sara Neugass (parents of Fritz Neugass), 1939.
3. French documents, 1940-1941.
4. Application for U.S. Visa, 1941.
5. Applications for U.S. employment, 1940-1943.
6. Certificate of U.S. naturalization, 1947; U.S. passports.
7. Vitae, publications lists.
8. Clippings about Neugass.
9. Clippings about photography prizes won by Neugass.
10. American National Red Cross memberships.
11. Memberships, press passes.
12. Account book, 1959-1979.


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Series 13: Correspondence, 1941-1979

Box 31, continued
Folder

13. Early letters, 1941-1949.
14. Ehmann, Walter, 1948.
15. Kahn, Jula, undated.
16. Liebreich, Lise, 1945-1948.
17. Moore, Fanny, 1942-1944.
18. Müller, Günther, 1948.
19. Picard, Ella, 1941-1948.
20. A - miscellaneous.
21. Antiques & Art Monitor, 1979.
22. Arntz, Wilhelm, 1977; clippings.
23. Art, 1979.
24. Art News, 1972-1973.
25. B - miscellaneous.
26. Bachert, Hildegard (re: death of Otto Kallir), 1978-1979.
27. The Barnes Foundation, 1961.
28. Bavaria-Verlag, 1973-1979.
29. Beardon, Romare.
30. Berthold, Joachim, 1963-1978.
31. Binder, Joseph, 1965, 1967.
32. The Boeing Company, 1962.
33. BolaffiArte, 1976-1979.
34. Bruckmann München (Pantheon), 1974-1979.
35. C - miscellaneous.
36. Canaday, John (New York Times), 1963, 1966.
37. Castrvm Peregrini, 1966, 1976.
38. Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc., 1977-1978.
39. D-E - miscellaneous.
40. Demisch, Heinz, 1973, 1978; reprints.
41. du. Die Kunstzeitschrift, 1977-1979.
42. Edgerton, Harold, 1956.
43. Emmer, Willi, 1959, 1970; typescript.
44. Eriksdun, Friedrich, undated.
45. Ernst, Jimmy, 1961-1964.
46. F - miscellaneous.
47. Finanz und Wirtschaft (Verlag), 1974-1975.
48. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1974-1979.
49. Fr., Wolfgang, 1961-1978.
50. Frolow, Anatole, 1957-1967.
51. G - miscellaneous.
52. H - miscellaneous.
53. Halkin, Theodore, 1964.
54. Handelsblatt. Wirtschafts- und Finanzzeitung, 1970-1979.
55. Harder, Wolfgang Baron von, 1949-1959.
56. Hory, Elmyr de, 1967, 1970.
57. Hug, Charles, undated.
58. I-J - miscellaneous.
59. Jacobi, Lotte, 1964, 1966.
60. K - miscellaneous.
61. Ketterer, Roman Norbert, 1976-1978.
62. Kraus, H. P., 1959, 1960.
63. Kraus, Ilse, 1969-1973.
64. Krause, Karl-Heinz, 1970-1975.
65. Kunst-Bulletin des Schweizerischen Kunstvereins, 1975-1978.
66. L - miscellaneous.
67. Lehmbruck, Guido, 1972.
68. Loevenich, Karl, 1972-1973; typescript.
69. Losbichler, Ludwig, 1972-1973.
70. M - miscellaneous.
71. Maeght Editeur, 1964.
72. Maier-Behrens, Ella, 1976.
73. Martin, Benita (geb. Von Harder), 1965-1967, 1979.
74. Martin Gordon Inc., 1977.
75. Merveldt, Hanns Hubertus Graf von, 1966.
Merveldt, Eka Gräfin von, 1969-1976.
76. Morgan, Barbara, 1964-1969.
77. Müller-Mehlis, Reinhard (Cleveland Art Museum), 1975.
78. Mullen, Buell, 1965, undated.
79. Museum of Modern Art, 1954-1964.
80. N - miscellaneous.
81. Neugass, Ludwig, 1941-1944; Estate of, 1969.
82. Neumann, J. B., 1960.
83. P - miscellaneous.
84. Perls, Hugo, 1968.
85. Picard, Lil, 1975-1978; photos.
86. R - miscellaneous.
87. Rebay, Hilla von, 1969-1966.
88. Rothko, Mark (Estate), 1975, 1978.
89. Rowland, David, 1965-1966.
90. S - miscellaneous.
91. Schmitz, Ante, 1973-1979.
92. Schultze, Bernard & Ursula, 1965-1973.
93. Seligman, Germain, 1962.
94. Sheeler, Charles, 1956.
95. Smith, W. Eugene, 1954.
96. Springer, Ferdinand, 1970.
97. Stavenhagen, Kurt, 1963.
98. Strauss-Ernst, Louise (Lou), 1941-1942.
99. Sweet, Ozzie, 1964.
100. Syz, Hans, 1966.
101. T - miscellaneous.
102. Tages-Anzeiger, 1969-1974.
103. U-V-W - miscellaneous.
104. Weinberg, Herman, undated.
105. Wellensiek, Hertha, 1973-1977.
106. Weltkunst, 1971-1979.
107. X-Y-Z - miscellaneous.
108. 65th birthday (1964), letters & clippings.
109. 70th birthday - clippings.
110. 75th birthday - clippings.
111. 80th birthday (1979) - cards & letters.
112. Condolence letters to Lotte Neugass, A-K.
113. Condolence letters to Lotte Neugass, L-Z.
114. Obituaries (June 16, 1979) - clippings.


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Series 14: Photographs by Fritz Neugass, 1950s-1979

Box 32
Folder

1.-2. American Midwest and Southwest
3.-8. American Southwest
9. Berlin, 1955
10. Boston, MA
11. Camp Catawba

Box 33
Series 14, continued
Folder

1. Cape Cod - Nantucket - Auction, Summer 1953.
2-5. Contact prints, various subjects: Lake George (NY), Saratoga Springs (NY), Vermont, Albany (NY), New York City, Paris, Washington, D.C., Lake Champlain, Canada. 6. Cornwall, NY
7. Europe 1955: Berlin, Munich, Paris, Zurich
8. Florida
9-10. France - Italy. Includes photographs of the Paris Exposition of 1937.

Box 34
Series 14, continued
Folder

1. Garnet Lake, NY
2-7. Greece (1-6)
8-10. Mediterranean: Turkey, Venice, Morocco, France, Italy (1-3)

Box 35
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-5. Mediterranean: Turkey, Venice, Morocco, France, Italy (4-8)
6-8. Mexico: contact prints (1-3)
9-11. Mexico (1-3)

Box 36
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-5. Mexico (4-8)
6-9. New York City: contact prints (1-4)
10-11. New York City (1-2)

Box 37
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-9. New York City (3-11)

Box 38
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-9. New York City (12-20)

Box 39
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-10. New York City (21-30)

Box 40
Series 14, continued
Folder

1-2. New York City: Bowery (1-2)
3. New York City: Bronx Veteran's Hospital
4-8. New York City: Coney Island, 1948 (1-5)
9-10. New York City: Eagles and Lions (1-2)

Box 41
Series 14, continued
Folder

1. Paris, 1955
2. Provincetown, MA: contact prints
3-5. Provincetown, MA (1-3)
6. Swarthmore, PA
7. West Point Military Academy, NY

Subject folders:
8. Americana - Architecture & Automobiles
9. Amish families
10. Animals
11. Cemeteries
12. Circus
13. Factories

Box 42
Series 14, continued
Folder

1. Farms and Rural Subjects
2. Fireworks
3. Flags
4-6. Flowers (1-3)
7. Mannequins
8. Markets
9-11. Nature Scenes (1-3)

Box 43
Series 14, continued
Folder

1. Patterns
2. Portraits: Yamaoka, Françoise Sagan, Louis Peterson, Gina Lollobrigida, Baxter, Paul Ehrlich's widow & family, Salvador Dali, Gustav Gründgens.
3. Portraits: children
4. Portraits: people
5. Portraits: women
6-8. Reflections (1-3)
9. Shadows
10. Ships and Boats
11. Washlines

Box 44
Series 14, continued (Personal photographs of Neugass and family), 1913-1976
Folder

1. Early family photographs, 1913, 1921, undated.
2. Photo album, ca. 1920s, titled "Portraits with friends during travels as Boy Scout."
3. Photo album, 1930s. Neugass in Greece.
4. Neugass in Greece, 1931, 1934, undated.
5. Neugass, 1931, 1934, undated.
6. Neugass, 1939, undated.
7. Neugass, 1940.
8. Neugass, 1942, arrival in the U.S.
9. Neugass, photographs by Fred Stein, 1942.
10. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, 1948.
11. Neugass, photo by Joseph Breitenbach, 1950.
12. Neugass, photos by Eugene Moses, 1955.
13. Fritz and Lotte Neugass party, photos and negatives by Fred Stein, 1955.
14. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, 1955, undated.
15. Fritz and Lotte Neugass. Negatives, 1955, 1956, n.d.
16. Pencil sketch of Neugass by Douglas Lazauris, dated 3/9/57.
17. Neugass, photo by John Lefebre, 1970.
18. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, 1970s, undated. Neugass, photo by Sonja Bullaty.
19. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, photographs by Raimondo Borea, 1973, 1976.
20. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, 1974, 1977.
21. Neugass, photos by Lil Picard, 1976.
22. Fritz Neugass. A Memorial Meeting of His Friends, Goethe House, Oct. 15, 1979.
23. Self-portrait negative, undated.
24. Neugass, City Patrol Corps, undated.
25. Fritz and Lotte Neugass, early photo, undated.
26. Neugass, color negatives, undated.
27. Portrait photos incl. by Thomas Feist, Kempe, Fred Stein, J. Feneyrol, Gerard Oppenheimer, undated.
28. Photographs of Fritz Neugass photograph exhibit, undated.

Boxes 45-48
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Mounted photographs, predominantly Mediterranean and New York City scenes, 1930-1950.

Box 49
Series 14, continued

Oversized photographs - Greece, Italy, American Southwest, ca. 1930-1950.

Box 50
Series 14, continued

Oversized photographs - Veteran's Hospital, Nature, Flowers, Trees, People, Industry, 1940s.

Box 51
Series 14, continued

Oversized photographs - New York City, Coney Island, Provincetown, 1940s.

Box 52
Series 14, continued

Fritz Neugass mounted photographs (19) for Hypo-Hounds exhibit, Users Club, NY, 1940s.

Boxes 53-55
Series 14, continued

Mexico Exhibit, American Museum of Natural History, March 4-28, 1954.

Box 56-59
Series 14, continued

Negatives of Neugass' photographs.

Box 60
Series 10, continued

1. Scrapbook by Fritz Neugass with clippings and original texts of articles, most from 1959.


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Box 61
Series 15: Photographs by other artists
Folder

1. Magnum Photos, Inc. Photographs by: George Rodger, Werner Bischof, Robert Capa, Fenno Jacobs, Carl Perutz, Homer Page, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Seymour, Ernst Haas.
2. Magazine articles photographed by: Elliott Erwitt, Ernst Haas, Werner Bischof, David Seymour.
3. Leonard McCombe photographs (14).
4. Walter Laeubli photographs (33).
5. Anonymous photograph.
6. Eliot Elisofon photograph.
7. Gion Mili photograph.
8. Edward Steichen photograph.
9. Arnold Newman photograph.
10. Werner Cohnitz photographs (7).


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Boxes 62-75
Series 16: Auction Catalogs, 1938-1979

Sotheby Parke-Bernet auction catalogs, 1938-1979. 14 archive boxes, arranged chronologically, listed by date, sale catalog number, with brief description. A complete list of the catalogs is located in Box 62.


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