Bloch, Julius T. (Julius Thiengen), 1888-1966
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: 1, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains Goodrich's general correspondence related to his studies of Thomas Eakins. The bulk of the material is correspondence with other scholars of Eakins, including Maria Chamberlin-Hellman, Gordon Hendricks, William Innis Homer, Elizabeth Johns, Margaret McHenry, and Elizabeth Milroy. Files with these individuals document the exchange of ideas and information regarding Eakins and his work, as well as the part Goodrich played in the production of publications and exhibitions by...
Dates: 1935-, 1984
File — Box: 30, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents From the Series: While this series includes Kimball's correspondence with many of the same individuals and institutions represented in the various subject-related series, the bulk of "General correspondence and related material" documents his long-term association with organizations devoted to professional development and scholarship. Kimball's most consistent correspondents include the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the American Association of Museums (AAM), and the Association of Art Museum Directors...
File — Box: 26, Folder: 11
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...
Abstract The Julius Bloch papers contain materials related to Bloch's life and artwork. Julius Bloch was a German-American artist from Philadelphia who mainly created paintings, drawings, lithographs, and etchings. The collection includes clippings from newspapers about Bloch, correspondence, documents such as his estate papers, photographs of Bloch and others, and publications from the United States. Notably, there are letters inquiring about artwork from Eleanor Roosevelt and Langston Hughes to Bloch.