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INVENTORY OF THE M. KNOEDLER & CO. RECORDS, approximately 1848-1971
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Series I. Stock books, 1872-1977

Physical Description: 83.0 linear feet (60 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The 60 stock books document acquisitions of paintings and watercolors made by M. Knoedler & Co. in New York and London. Each entry lists the seller from whom Knoedler bought the artwork, and the artist, title and date of the work. Also included is brief information regarding the buyer who purchased the work from Knoedler, along with the sales date.

Arrangement note

Arranged in four subseries: I.A. Paintings; I.B. Watercolors; I.C. London; I.D. Others.
 

Series I.A. Paintings, 1872-1970

Physical Description: 24.0 linear feet (11 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The subseries contains eleven volumes of Knoedler's stock books for paintings acquired by the firm from 1872 to 1970. Stock of paintings was numbered 1 to 17039, a numbering system that was initiated in 1876 with the recording of new acquisitions in stock book number 3 and was in use until December 1927. Beginning in January 1928, a new numbering system was adopted with the letter A preceding the numbers. The first volumes provide indices for steamers that were used for the shipment of the artworks. The later volumes provide indices for the vendors from whom Knoedler acquired the paintings. The first two books record a variety of transactions, including joint acquisitions and commissions from other dealers, such as Goupil.

Arrangement note

Arranged is by numerical order.
Box 1

Painting Stock No. 1, 1872 December-1881 September

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Includes commissions.
Box 2

Painting Stock No. 2, 1873 April-1878 August

Painting Stock No. 2, 1873 April-1878 August (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 3

Painting Stock No. 3: 1-4368, 1875 December-1883 December

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Includes commissions; stock numbers 378-477 are recorded in Painting Stock No. 2.
Box 4

Painting Stock No. 4: 4369-8799, 1883 April-1899 April

Painting Stock No. 4: 4369-8799, 1883 April-1899 April (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 5

Painting Stock No. 5: 8800-12652, 1899 April-1911 December

Painting Stock No. 5: 8800-12652, 1899 April-1911 December (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 6

Painting Stock No. 6: 12653-15139, 1911 December-1920 July

Painting Stock No. 6: 12653-15139, 1911 December-1920 July (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Loose sheets listing commissions for M. Knoedler & Co., Chicago, dated March 25, 1931 and July 1, 1930, are inserted inside the back cover.
Box 7

Painting Stock No. 7: 15140-17039, 1921 January-1927 December

Painting Stock No. 7: 15140-17039, 1921 January-1927 December (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 8

Painting Stock No. 8: A1-A2680, 1928 January-1943 November

Painting Stock No. 8: A1-A2680, 1928 January-1943 November (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 9

Painting Stock No. 9: A2681-A4782 1943 November-1952 February

Painting Stock No. 9: A2681-A4782, 1943 November-1952 February (digital version)

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 10

Painting Stock No. 10: A4783-A7177, 1952 January-1959 February

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Inventory A4783-A7177 begins on page 67.
Box 11

Painting Stock No. 11: A7178-A9437, 1959 February-1970 December

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Inventory A7178-A9437 begins on page 68.
 

Series I.B Watercolors, 1872-1972

Physical Description: 17.0 linear feet (14 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The subseries contains seven stock books documenting watercolors that entered the firm's stock from 1872 to 1972 and seven volumes providing indices of artist names for the years 1892 to 1913. Beginning in 1899, Knoedler's stock of watercolors was inventoried by the letters WC preceding the numbers. Beginning in January 1928, a new numbering system was adopted with the letters WCA preceding the numbers.

Arrangement note

Arranged in two groups: Stock books and Artists, A-Z.
 

Stock books, 1872-1972

Physical Description: 7 volumes

Scope and Content Note

Each entry in the stock books lists the seller from whom Knoedler bought the artwork, and the artist, title and date of the work. Also included is brief information regarding the buyer who purchased the work from Knoedler, along with the sales date. The first volumes provide indices for steamers that were used for the shipment of the artworks. The later volumes provide indices for the vendors from whom Knoedler purchased the watercolors. A variety of transactions are recorded, including joint acquisitions and commissions from other dealers, such as Goupil.
Box 12

Watercolor Stock No. 1: old stock, 1-592, 1872 December-1879 April

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

An index lists the steamers used for the shipment of the artworks.
Box 13

Watercolor Stock No. 2: 593-2021, 1879 May-1884 April

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 14

Watercolor Stock No. 3: WC1-WC1006, 1899 October-1915 June

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Box 15

Watercolor Stock No. 4: WC1007-WC2288, October 1915-December 1927

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 16

Watercolor Stock No. 5: WCA1-WCA1390, January 1928-1951

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 17

Watercolor Stock No. 6: WCA1391-WCA3323, October 1951-March 1964

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 18

Watercolor Stock No. 7: WCA3324-WCA4124, March 1964-July 1972

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Artists, A-Z, 1892-1913

Physical Description: 7 volumes

Scope and Content Note

The volumes are indices of artists whose watercolors acquired by M. Knoedler & Co. have remained in the firm's stock in the years indicated. Included are the title of the artwork, the stock number assigned to it, and its price.
Box 19

Watercolor Artists No. 2, 1892-1895

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 20

Watercolor Artists No. 3, 1895-1897

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 21

Watercolor Artists No. 4, 1897-1900

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 22

Watercolor Artists No. 5, 1901-1902

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 23

Watercolor Artists No. 6, 1902-1905

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 24

Watercolor Artists No. 7, 1906-1910

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 25

Watercolor Artists No. 8, 1911-1913

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Series. I.C. London, 1894-1977

Physical Description: 36.0 linear feet (30 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The acquisitions by the London branch of M. Knoedler & Co. are documented in several sets of stock books. These sets contain overlapping information and appear to have been used and maintained by the different offices of the firm. Before January 1928, artworks that had been assigned a stock number upon entering the stock of the London office, were assigned a different stock number when entering the stock of the New York office. Both offices developed separate numbering sequences. Beginning in January 1928 and with the stock number A1, there appears to have been an attempt to unify the numbering sequence of both offices. Later, another numbering system consisted of the letters L or F preceding the number to indicate inventory from the London and Paris offices, respectively. Are also included in this subseries stock books that were maintained by the London office, but which record transactions by the New York office.

Arrangement note

Arrangement in three groupings: Paintings, Watercolors, and Others.
 

Paintings, 1891-1977

 

No. 1 - No. 6, 1891-1967

Scope and Content Note

The set consists of six volumes documenting paintings acquired by the London office from 1891 to 1967. Entries under a London stock number may list a later stock number assigned by the office in New York. Entries may also include a shipment date to New York. Each volume includes an index or indices listing names of artists. The archive includes a companion volume that records acquisitions of watercolors. See: Watercolors No. 1 (Box 51). The set partially duplicates information found in a set titled European stock books, which is incomplete (Boxes 53-54).
Box 26

Paintings No. 1: 20-3350, 1891-December 1902

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume consists of stock books numbered 1 to 4, each appended with an index of artist names.
Box 27

Paintings No. 2: 143-5253, 1902 December 1-February 1912

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume consists of stock books 5 to 8, each appended with an index of artist names.
Box 28

Paintings No. 3: 5257-6780, April 1912-May 1921

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume consists of stock books 9 to 12, each appended with an index of artist names.
Box 29

Paintings No. 4: 6781-8277, July 1921-December 1927

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 30

Paintings No. 5: A1-A2005, January 1928-May 1938

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 31

Paintings No. 6: A2006-A4296, May 1938-January 1950

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

No. 1 - No. 4, 1928-1971

Scope and Content Note

The set was maintained by the London office but it partially duplicates information found in stock books maintained by the New York office. See Subseries I.A. Each volume contains an index listing artist names.
Box 32

No. 1: A1-A3093, 1928-1945

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 33

No. 2: A3094-A6282, 1946-1956

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 34

No. 3: A6283-A9320, 1956-1969

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 35

No. 4: A9321-A9454, 1969-1971

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Includes 13160AW, 13161AD-13166AD, 13167JAL-13181JAL, 13182-13184, 13185AL-13186AL, 13187-13208, 13209AD, 13210AW, 13211.
 

Books 1-19, 1894-1977

Scope and Content Note

Books 1 to 19 are bound volumes of photocopies reproducing stock books and ledgers, some of which are not present in the archive. The set includes reproductions of stock books that record transactions made by the London office.
Box 36

Book 1: 20-3350, 1894-1901

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume reproduces the stock book Paintings No. 1 (Box 26), which records purchases by the London office.
Box 37

Books 2-4: 143-4976, 1902-1911

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 38

Book 5: 3344-13919, 1904 May-1927

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 39

Book 6: 13920-16371, 1916-1937

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 40

Book 7: A1-A3093, 1922-1968

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 41

Book 8: A3904-A6282, 1945-1970

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 42

Books 9-10: A6283-A9454, 1898-1970

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

End of book 10 listed 13160-AW, 13161-AD to 13166AD, 13167-JAL to 13181-JAL, 13185-AL to 13186-AL, 13209-AD, 13210-AW, 13211-AD.
Box 43

Book 11: LA1-LA390, 1950 January-1977 January

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Note on page 15, starting with stock LA190, "our new numbers start at L10000, L100001 was omitted."
Box 44

Book 12, 1914-1919

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 45

Books 13-14: 4977-8314, 1912-1928

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Alternate numbers, 12408-17035, indicated below old stock numbers.
Box 46

Book 15: LC101-LC1274, 1920-1960

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 47

Book 16: 6914-6046, CA1-CA3436, 1925-1957

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 48

Book 19: 11962-17039, 1910 January-1927 December

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

"Missing: 12029/041, 12514/568, 12628/652, 12906/917, 13009/051, 13536/558, 14135/170." Bound volume of photocopied stapled lists of New York stock lists.
 

Watercolors, 1891-1971

Scope and Content Note

Several sets of stock books related to watercolors are extent, with some partial overlapping inventory. One set consisting of two volumes (Boxes 49-50), was maintained by the London office but it duplicates information found in the stock books maintained by the New York office. See Subseries I.B.
Box 49

Watercolor Stock Book: WCA1-WCA2464, 1928-1958

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 50

Watercolor Stock Book: WCA2465-WCA4016, 1960-1971 April

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 51

Watercolors No.1: WC30-WC7646, WCA1-WCA802, 1891-1942

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The stock book is a companion volume to a set consisting of six volumes that record the firm's stock of paintings. See Paintings No. 1-No. 6 (Boxes 26-31).
Box 52

Stock Book: WCA1-WCA3981, 1928-1967

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume records under each stock number brief artist and title information.
 

Others, 1906-1958

Scope and Content Note

Summary inventories of stock in London are documented in additional volumes.
Box 53

European Stock Book No. 3: 4013-4976, 1906-1911

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 54

European Stock Book No. 5: 6733-8314, 1921-1928

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 55

Stock Book No. 2: Paintings 13929-16371, Watercolors 1031-1965, 1917-1958

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Series I.D.  Others, 1877-1976

Physical Description: 6.0 linear feet (5 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The archives comprises additional stock books with annual inventories, import and export documentation, and volumes that combine documentation on sales, stock and commissions.

Arrangement note

Arranged topically.
Box 56

Painting Stock Book, 1904 May-1913 May

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume records annual inventories of stock and consignments.
Box 57

Stock Book of Paintings, Plates, Watercolors, 1877-1907

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume records financial information, such as losses and profits, related to the stock of paintings, plates and watercolors.
Box 58

Export and Import, 1929-1951

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 59

Export and Import, 1966-1976

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 60

Sales, Stock and Commissions, 1891 December-1897

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Indexed by purchaser.
 

Series II. Sales books, 1863-1971

Physical Description: 42.0 linear feet (32 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The series includes a 21-volume set that documents sales by the New York office from 1863 to 1971 and four volumes documenting sales by the London office from 1902 to 1937.

Arrangement note

Arranged in two subseries: III.A. Paintings and watercolors; III.B. London.
 

Sales books No. 1-No. 21, 1863-1971

Scope and Content Note

The sales books record the sales of paintings, watercolors, commissions, and consignments from artists. Each sales book contains an index documenting the client who purchased the artwork from Knoedler and auction houses for items that were sent to auction. The overlap in volumes with dates from 1928 to 1948 does not include duplicated information on sales. The entries in the sales books are recorded by chronological order of sales. Consulting the record of a sale for a specific stock number is facilitated by the brief notations on sales dates that are listed under stock numbers in the stock books (Series I).
Box 61

Sales Book No. 1, 1863-1867

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 62

Sales Book No. 2, 1867 March-1873 December

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 63

Sales Book No. 3, 1874 January-1879

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 64

Sales Book No. 4, 1879 May-1881 October

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 65

Sales Book No. 5, 1881 November-1885 November

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 66

Sales Book No. 6, 1885 December-1892 June

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 67

Sales Book No. 7, 1892-1900

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 68

Sales Book No. 8, 1900-1907

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 69

Sales Book No. 9, 1907-1912

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 70

Sales Book No. 10, 1912-1916

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 71

Sales Book No. 11, 1916-1920

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 72

Sales Book No. 12, 1921-1926

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 73

Sales Book No. 13, 1927-1936

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 74

Sales Book No. 14, 1937-1948

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 75

Sales Book No. 15, 1928-1944

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 76

Sales Book No. 16, 1945-1953

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Sales Book No. 17, 1953-1958

Box 77

Original, 1953-1958

Physical Description: 1 volume

Access Information

Access of the original volume is restricted due to fragility.
Box 78

Copy printed and bound at Bridgeport National Bindery Inc., 1998

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 79

Sales Book No. 18, 1958-1961

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 80

Sales Book No. 19, 1961-1964

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 81

Sales Book No. 20, 1964-1967

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 82

Sales Book No. 21, 1968-1971

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Paintings, 1882-1903

Scope and Content Note

The two volumes provide brief lists of paintings organized by stock numbers.
Box 83

1882-1891

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 84

1891-1903

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Artists, A-Z, 1946-1960

Scope and Content Note

Four volumes of photocopies reproduce a four-volume set providing indices of artist names.
Box 85*

A-D

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 86*

E-L

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 87*

M-R

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 88*

S-Z

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

London sales, 1902-1937

Box 89

1902-1922

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 90

1923-1927

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 91

1928-1929

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 92

1930-1937

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Series III.  Commission books, 1879-1973

Physical Description: 24.0 linear feet (20 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The series comprises 20 volumes documenting commissions and consignments. The terms "commission" and "consignment" appear to be used interchangeably in notations appearing throughout the volumes, but the term "commission" is prevalent for transactions with other dealers, while the term "consignment" is prevalent for transactions with artists. Before April 1892, commissions were recorded unnumbered. In April 30, 1892, a new numbering system was adopted with the commissions inventoried by the letter C preceding the numbers. Beginning in January 1928, commissions were inventoried with the letters CA preceding the numbers. For consignments from artists the letter S precedes the number.

Arrangement note

Arranged in three groupings: commission books no. 1-no. 6; transactions with artists; other ledgers.
 

Commission books No. 1-No. 6, 1879-1973

Box 93

Commission Book No. 1: old inventory, C1-C3129, 1879 May-1903 August

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 94

Commission Book No. 2: C3130-C6024, 1903 April-1927 August

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 95

Commission Book No. 3: C6025-C6048; CA1-CA2090, 1927 August-1943 October

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 96

Commission Book No. 4: CA2091-CA3809, 1943 January-1951 January

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 97

Commission Book No. 5a: CA3810-CA5418, 1951 January-1958 April

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 98

Commission Book No. 5b: CA5419-CA7172, 1958 April-1965 April

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 99

Commission Book No. 6: CA5371-CA7172, 1965 January-1973 February

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Includes: prior inventory of commissions (balance); annotated exhibition catalog (July 17-August 25, 1967) and price lists of Jo Davidson sculpture.
Box 100

Commission Book No. 2: Index, circa 1880

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Index of artists and consigners.
 

Transactions with artists, 1946-1972

Box 101*

Consignment Book: S1-S2500, 1946 April-1952 December

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 102*

Consignment Book: S2501-S6608, 1952 December-1971 December

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 103*

Consignment Book: S6609-S6719, 1972 January-June

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 104

Artists' Commissions No. 1, 1897-1907

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 106

Artists' Commissions No. 2, 1907-1912

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

Stock numbers are not listed sequentially except for 23200-23550.
Box 105

Artists' Commissions, 1907-1911

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Other ledgers, 1884-1966

Box 107

No. 2, 1898 January-1904 April

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume consists of an index of names of consigners.
Box 108

Stock and Consignments: Paintings: 1706-13919; Watercolors: 458-1030, 1904-1916

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 109

Foreign Consignments No. 1, 1884 September-November 1915

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume records consignments from foreign firms that were received by the office in New York.
Box 110

Foreign Consignments No. 2, 1915 November-1936 October

Physical Description: 1 volume

Scope and Content Note

The volume records consignments from foreign firms that were received by the office in New York.
Box 111

Artists, A-Z: Consignments from Artists, 1961-1971

Physical Description: 1 volume
Box 112

Artists, A-Z: London, 1915-1926

Physical Description: 1 volume
 

Series IV. Inventory cards, 1859-approximately 1971

Physical Description: 31.0 linear feet (72 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The archive contains inventory cards that record selected acquisitions and transactions by M. Knoedler & Co. related to paintings, watercolors, commissions, and consignments from artists. The cards partially duplicate information found in the stock, sales and commission books, but may contain additional notations, including void transactions, owner credits and trades, and returns to the owner (RTO). The cards document selected transactions from the firm's other offices, including in London and Paris.

Arrangement note

The cards are filed according to seven types, which were defined by the Knoedler firm: customers; buyer-artist; artist-buyer; current alphabetical; current numerical; sold alphabetical; sold numerical.
 

Customers, Bulk, 1915-1971 1881-1994, bulk 1915-1971

Scope and Content Note

Each card contains a summary of transactions, including purchases, consignments, and shared acquisitions with Knoedler. The cards are filed by alphabetical order of names of customers or vendors.
Box 113

Aaronson - Boos

Box 114

Booth - Crocker

Box 115

Cromwell - Fondaras

Box 116

Forbes - Hazlett

Box 117

Head - Knight

Box 118

Knoedler - Marx

Box 119

Mary - Perls

Box 120

Perman - Schley

Box 121

Schlumberger - Thomas

Box 122

Thompson - Wohlstetter

Box 123

Wolf - Zwirner

 

Buyer - Artist, Bulk, 1900-1969 1878-1969, bulk 1900-1969

Scope and Content Note

Each card documents a single transaction, listing the title and artist of the artwork. The cards are arranged by alphabetical order of names of buyers.
Box 124

A - BRA

Box 125

BRE - CUT

Box 126

DA - FR

Box 127

GA - HY

Box 128

I - LL

Box 129

LO - MI

Box 130

MO - RH

Box 131

RI - SM

Box 132

SN - WH

Box 133

WI - Z

 

Artist - Buyer, Bulk, 1890-1969 1859-1969, bulk 1890-1969

Scope and Content Note

The cards record a single transaction and are filed by alphabetical order of artist names.
Box 134

A - DA

Box 135

DE - MI

Box 136

MOA - SA

Box 137

SCH - Z

 

Current alphabetical, 1915-1971

Scope and Content Note

The cards document current stock and are filed by alphabetical order of artist names.
Box 138

Abbott - Jongkind

Box 139

Kallos - Szyk

Box 140

Tamayo - Zu Weid

 

Current numerical, 1915-1971

Scope and Content Note

The cards document current stock and are filed by numerical order of stock numbers.
Box 141

C5647 - C5947, CA348 - CA8560

Box 142

WC1500 - WC1530, WCA79 - WCA4015

Box 143

13873 - 15982, A27 - A9450

Box 144

S18 - S6558

 

Sold alphabetical, Bulk, 1907-1971 1907-1973, bulk 1907-1971

Scope and Content Note

The cards document sold stock and are listed by alphabetical order of artist names.
Box 145

Abbot - Bonington

Box 146

Bonnard - Carvalho

Box 147

Cashman - Cyprus

Box 148

Da Bologna - Demonchy

Box 149

Demuth - Evergood

Box 150

Faber - Guys

Box 151

Hogborg - Hurd

Box 152

Ibbetson - Lazari

Box 153

Lebasque - Mazzola

Box 154

Mead - Moore

Box 155

Morages - Picabia

Box 156

Picasso - Pyne

Box 157

Queene - Rotius

Box 158

Rouault - Sloane

Box 159

Smibert - Titian

Box 160

Tobey - Vivin

Box 161

Vlaminck - Zu Wied

 

Sold numerical, 1901-1971

Scope and Content Note

The cards document sold stock and are listed by numerical order of stock numbers.
Box 162

Old stock, A 19 - A 1100

Box 163

A 1101 - A 2020

Box 164

A 2021 - A 3150

Box 165

A 3151 - A 4350

Box 166

A 4351 - A 5600

Box 167

A 5601 - A 6820

Box 168

A 6821 - A 8140

Box 169

A 8141 - A 9449

Box 170

C 1256 - C 6035, CA 10 - CA 1120

Box 171

CA 1121 - CA 2210

Box 172

CA 2211 - CA 3480

Box 173

CA 3481 - CA 4570

Box 174

CA 4571 - CA 5810

Box 175

CA 5811 - CA 6950

Box 176

CA 6951 - CA 8562

Box 177

WC 11 - WC 228, WCA 4 - WCA 580

Box 178

WCA 581 - WCA 1705

Box 179

WCA 1706 - WCA 2860

Box 180

WCA 2861 - WCA 4006

Box 181

S 2901 - S 3720

Box 182

S 3721 - S 4950

Box 183

S 4951 - S 6374

Box 184

Card drafts, undated

 

Series V. Receiving and shipping records

 

Series VI. Correspondence

 

Series VII. Departments

 

Series VIII. London and Paris offices

 

Series IX. Other financial records

 

Series X. Photographs

 

Series XI. Research files

 

Series XII. Catalogs and ephemera