Contains 61 Results:
Letter from Robert Walter Weir to his son, John Ferguson Weir, dated August 18, 1875 at West Point. The letter discusses various art criticisms by Julian and family events.
Letter from the Rhode Island School of Design to John Ferguson Weir, dated July 1, 1920 in Providence. The letter discusses a possible fall exhibit of six canvases of Julian Alden Weir.
Diary written by Carrie M. Weir, dated from April 28 to June 12, 1884. The journal is a partial account of a trip by train from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Los Angeles, California, via Denver, Colorado, and back to Cheyenne again.
Note written by Lavinia M. Morehead to Mrs. Seymour, dating from between 1879-1886. The note concerns Lavinia M. Morehead wanting to be remembered by Mrs. Seymour.
Scrapbook containing information about Gulian Verplanck, Harry Casey Weir, and William Bayard Weir scrapbook, with materials dating from between 1879 and 1886. The Gulian Verplanck section contain newspaper clippings about his suicide. Harry Casey Weir section contains one photograph of Weir. William Bayard Weir section contains newspaper clipping about his murder by the Indians.
Contains correspondence by Julian Alden Weir, dating from between 1873 and 1929 in France and New York. The letters are primarily to Julian Alden Weir and concern his artwork. Some of the primary authors are Jules and Emile Bastien-LePage, John Singer Sargent, and J. Appleton Brown.