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d'Harnoncourt, René, 1901-1968

 Person

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Anne d'Harnoncourt Papers

 Collection
Identifier: ADP
Abstract Art to Anne d'Harnoncourt (1943-2008) was both a professional and personal passion. Best recognized for her twenty-five year tenure as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, d'Harnoncourt collaborated with local, national and international individuals and organizations, to keep art relevant and essential in building and bridging communities. Most of the material comprising the Anne d'Harnoncourt Papers traces her professional development in and away from the Museum and consists primarily...
Dates: circa 1927-2012; Majority of material found within 1951-2008

Correspondence from Harry Leon Wilson to Walter and Louise Arensberg, 1939 April

 Object — Box: 20, Folder: 28
Identifier: WLA_B020_F028_001
Scope and Contents Correspondence from Harry Leon Wilson to Walter and Louise Arensberg.
Dates: 1939 April

Correspondence from René d'Harnoncourt to the Board of Trustees of the Chapelbrook Foundation, 1955 March 4

 Object — Box: 14, Folder: 16
Identifier: MDR_B014_F016_001
Scope and Contents Correspondence from René d'Harnoncourt, Director of the Museum of Modern Art, to the Board of Trustees of the Chapelbrook Foundation [copy].
Dates: 1955 March 4

D'Harnoncourt, René. Drawing. "...for Anne." "Boy vs. mouse," w/captions. Incl. page 2 of correspondence on verso, [1946]

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: [1946]

D'Harnoncourt, René. Drawing. "...for Anne." "Unesco preparatory staff" w/captions. Incl. envelopes, [1946]

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: [1946]

D'Harnoncourt, René. Drawing. "...for Anne." "Walking in London," w/captions, [1946]

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: [1946]

D'Harnoncourt, René. Drawing. Reprint of cover illustration to "Mexicana: a book of pictures" (1931) [oversized], undated

 File — Box: 43, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: undated

D'Harnoncourt, René. Ephemera. "Committee on cultural relations with Latin America Eleventh seminar in Mexico, 9-26 July 1936." Program. Incl. illustration [by RdH?] on inside back cover and envelope

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: circa 1927-2008, undated (bulk 1971-2006)

D'Harnoncourt, René. Notebook [re Mexican art]. Incl. sketches and annotated envelope, circa 1927

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: circa 1927

D'Harnoncourt, René. Published references. Incl. auction catalog entry. Photocopies, undated

 File — Box: 34, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the amount of third-party correspondence makes evident, d'Harnoncourt received many inquiries and publishing requests in regard to her father. His expertise of Mexican and Native American art as well as his tenure at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) were points of interest with many scholars. While she could not always answer the inquiries, d'Harnoncourt would at the least steer scholars to more appropriate sources--from MoMA's archives to her own mother. Occasionally, correspondents would...
Dates: undated