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Bye, Arthur Edwin, 1885-

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bye, Arthur Edwin, 1929-1930

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 22
Scope and Contents From the Series: Comprising the largest portion of the Fiske Kimball Records, this series clearly documents Kimball's extensive contact with the institutions, individuals, and businesses that collectively directed and promoted art and artists, and a public appreciation for both. Kimball cultivated a variety of correspondents, from dealers and donors to museums, educational institutions and professional organizations. Throughout the three decades documented, antiques and art dealers appear to be Kimball's most...
Dates: 1929-1930

Bye, Arthur Edwin, 1933-1937

 File — Box: 26, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents From the Series: Comprising the largest portion of the Fiske Kimball Records, this series clearly documents Kimball's extensive contact with the institutions, individuals, and businesses that collectively directed and promoted art and artists, and a public appreciation for both. Kimball cultivated a variety of correspondents, from dealers and donors to museums, educational institutions and professional organizations. Throughout the three decades documented, antiques and art dealers appear to be Kimball's most...
Dates: 1933-1937

Bye, Arthur Edwin, 1925-1929

 File — Box: 140, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The bulk of material in this subseries is internal correspondence, most often between Kimball and the particular staff member. Advisers are also represented. Additional correspondence between curatorial personnel and individuals or organizations outside the museum remains in the "General correspondence and related material" series. The "Administrative issues" series, "Personnel" subseries contains Kimball's correspondence with curator/assistant director Henri Marceau as well as any directives...
Dates: 1925-1929

Bye, Arthur Edwin. re Marieschi, Michele, 1927

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: This sub-subseries contains routine correspondence with institutions and individuals. Most often the subject of this correspondence is requests for information about Johnson objects, requests for photographic reproductions of objects and permissions to reproduce these images, and requests for publications about the Johnson collection.

The last group of material is correspondence addressed to Henri Marceau after his death on September 15, 1969, handled by Barbara Sweeny.
Dates: 1927

Painting and Sculpture Department Records

 Collection
Identifier: PAI
Abstract The Painting and Sculpture Department records consist of departmental and exhibition records. It includes correspondence, subject files, lender files, artist and object research files, photographs, draft catalogue writings and other documentation of the Department’s activities.
Dates: 1924-1999