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Correspondence, Invoices and Gift Books Series 1. 1903-1946
Correspondence Subseries 1. 1903-1936
Adam, R.B. 1921-1930
Bickford, Walter M.
Birrell & Garnett, Ltd. (Graham Pollard)
Brick Row Bookshop
Browning Society of Los Angeles
Bullen, Henry Lewis (of the Typographic Library and Museum) 1929-1933
University of California
California State Library 1928
Champion, Edouard 1926
Chaplin, Charles 1918
Clark, Charles Walker to WAC Jr. and Robert Cowan 1920, 1931
Clark, William Andrews, Sr. to WAC, Jr. 1920
Clark, William Andrews, Sr. to Charles Kessler 1920
Clark, William Andrews, Sr. to F.E. Murray, Prescott, Arizona (photocopy of letter and envelope; location of original unknown) April 8, 1888
Clawson, John L.
De Roos, S.H.
Douglas, Lord Alfred Bruce (from WAC Jr.)
Dressler, Marie 1918, 1933
Eckel, John C.
Farquhar, Robert D. 1923-1926
First Edition Club (A.J.A. Symonds)
Ganz, Rudolph 1932-1933
Harper, Lathrop C.
Hart, James D.
Heartman, Charles 1925
Heifetz, Jascha 1930
Hoover, Herbert 1928
Howell, John (John Howell Books)
Huntington, Henry E.
Institut de France
Kent, Charles W. 1903
Kessler, Charles N.
Leonard, Charles R.
Library of Congress
Lile, William Minor
Lippincott, William I.
Los Angeles Philharmonic Board of Directors (from WAC Jr) 1925
Los Angeles Philharmonic Staff 1932
Lyman, George D.
Martini, Joseph (bookseller)
University of Michigan
Millard, Christopher (aka Stuart Mason)
Millard, George and Alice 1918-1934
Moore, Ernest C.
Morgan-Bruce Book Co. (Theatre Book Store)
Morris, May 1922-1932
Mosher, Thomas B.
Nash, John Henry 1920-1934
University of Nevada
Newton, A. Edward
North, Ernest Dressel
Pierpont Morgan Library
Edgar Allan Poe Shrine 19224
Post, Harrison (from WAC Jr)
de Ricci, Seymour
Rothwell, Walter, Fritz Kreisler, Leopold Godowsky, Frieda Godowsky
Sanders, Cora Edgerton (from WAC Jr) 1926-1934
Schad, Robert O.
Schumann-Heink, Ernestine 1923-1930
Smith, Caroline Estes (from WAC Jr) 1923-1934
Smith, Caroline Estes (from others)
Smith, George Leslie (from WAC Jr and others)
Special Libraries Association of Southern California 1927
Stokowski, Olga 1929
Templeman, John Little
Troubetzkoy, Paul and Amelie
University of Virginia
Wilson, James Southall
Winship, George Parker
Wise, Thomas J.
Invoices Subseries 2. 1911-1934
Walter M. Hill
Smith, George D.
Gift Book Materials Subseries 3. 1921-1936
Gift Book Correspondence Subgroup 1. 1922-1936
"Joy" (last name unknown)
Abascal, Mary J.
Alderman, Bessie H.
Alderman, Edwin A.
Behymer, Lynden Ellsworth
Bender, Albert M. (Albert Maurice)
Bird, Remsen Du Bois
Bixby, William K. (William Keeney)
Blake, James D.
Bliss, Leslie E.
Book Club of California
Boston Public Library
Bullen, Henry Lewis
Burn, Walter Lewis
California State Library
Cambridge University Library
Cecil, Arthur Bond
Clark, Celia Tobin
Clark, Charles W. (Charles Walker)
Clark, Walter E.
Clover, Sam T.
Colby, William Edward
Cole, George Watson
Columbia University Library
Culver, Henry B.
Cushing, John J.
Daniels, Mark Roy
Dartmouth College Library
Davis, George Wesley
Dinkins, Lynn H.
Dobie, Armistead M. (Armistead Mason)
Drake, James F.
Eckel, John C.
Edgar Allan Poe Shrine, Inc.
Edward, Frances Taft
Ellis, Arthur M.
First Edition Club (London, England)
Furman, Fred J.
Gardner, Walter H.
Gerard, Harry and Mae
Granniss, Ruth S. (Ruth Shepard)
Gray, John P.
Griffith, Reginald Harvey
Gunst, Morgan A.
Gutterson, Fred S.
Hahn, Edward F.
Haldeman-Julius, E. (Emanuel)
Hamill, Alfred E. (Alfred Ernest)
Happ, William M.
Harvard College Library
Hawkins, William S.
Hill, Walter M. (Walter Martin)
Hostetter, E. Byron
Hunt, George S.
Huntington, Henry Edwards
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
John Carter Brown Library
Keats-Shelley Memorial Association
Kessler, Charles N. (Charles Nickolas)
Key, Pierre V. R. (Pierre Van Rensselaer)
Kremer, Alf. C.
Kuphal, Frederick W.
Lambeth, W. A. (William Alexander)
Lampton, Clark S.
Leonard, Charles R.
Liberma, Marco F.
Library of Congress
Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Lile, William Minor
Lilienthal, Theodore M. (Theodore Max)
Lippincott, William I.
Los Angeles Public Library
Loyola University of Los Angeles
Lyman, Edward Dean
Lyman, George D. (George Dunlap)
MacLellan, George W.
MacNamara, Walter P.
Macon, G. (Gustave)
Magdalen College (University of Oxford)
Marks, Harry F.
McBryde, Warren H.
McCarthy, E. Avery
Merle, Martin V.
Millikan, Robert Andrews
Mitchell, Josephine E. Walker
Moerenhout, Florence Cooke
Monnette, Orra Eugene
Moore, Ernest Carroll
Morgner, Oscar Aurelius
Newlin, Gurney E.
New York Academy of Medicine
New York Public Library
Neylan, John Francis
Noel, Don O. (Don Obert)
North, Ernest Dressel
O'Day, Edward F.
Perkins, John I.
Pforzheimer, Carl H. (Carl Howard)
Pierpont Morgan Library
Phillips, James C.
Pollard, Alfred W. (Alfred William)
Princeton University. Library
Ratchford, Fannie Elizabeth
Renick, William Leonard
Ricci, Seymour de
Robertson, John W.
Rosenbach, A. S. W. (Abraham Simon Wolf)
Rosenbach, Philip H. (Philip Hyman)
Scanland, John M.
Schad, Robert O. (Robert Oliver)
Scribner, Arthur H.
Searls, Fred, Jr.
Sethman, William G.
Shepherd, Rezin Davis (aka R.D. MacLean)
Shorter, Clement King
Shortridge, Samuel E.
Smith, Milton W.
Spalding, Mary V. Pyle
Sproul, Robert Gordon
Stearns, Helen Sweet
St. Clair, Harry Hull
Struble, Mildred C.
Symons, A. J. A. (Alphonse James Albert)
Templeman, John L.
Typographic Library and Museum
University of California, Berkeley. Library
University of California, Los Angeles. Library
University of Nevada
University of San Francisco (Saint Ignatius College)
University of Southern California
University of Texas
University of Virginia. Library
Ussher, Bruno David
Van Nosdall, George A.
Van Patten, Nathan
White, Charles L. (Charles Lafayette)
Williams College. Library
Williams, Mary Floyd
Williamson, George Charles
Wilson, James Southall
Wrenn, Lois Allen
Yaeckel, Lucille D.
Yale University. Library
French letters to "Cher Bienfaiteur," written after WAC Jr's death 1935-1936
Letters regarding Fontaine fables gift book 1929
Gift Book Production Subgroup 2. 1921-1933
Legal correspondence 1921-1922
Rosenbach correspondence 1921
All for Love
The Deserted Village
Correspondence with clergy 1931-1933
"Bibliography and books consulted"
Bibliography, correspondence and WAC Jr's typescript introduction
Correspondence with A.S.W. Rosenbach and Leonard Whibley 1933
Christmas Cards Subseries 4. 1923-1933
illustrated by Franz Geritz 1923
illustrated by William Wilke (message in French) 1930
illustrated by Grace Marion Brown (message in English) 1930
poem and illustration by Leon-Adolphe Willette 1931
illustration by Grace Marion Brown 1933
Christmas card, illustrated by Grace Marion Brown, originally sent to Miss Sydney Sanner 1933
Thank-yous for 1929 Christmas card 1929-1930
People Files Series 2. 1878-1983, undated
William Andrews Clark, Jr. Subseries 1. ca. 1878-1981
Unidentified toddler, possibly WAC Jr. ca 1877
WAC Jr. and sister as young children ca. 1880?
WAC Jr as a child ca 1882
Photograph of the University of Virginia graduates in law, including WAC Jr 1899
Alice Clark, Cora Sanders and WAC Jr in Ireland 1913
WAC Jr. with Robert Cowan, Edwin Clark and others in Montana ca 1919
Montana snapshots, including WAC Jr., George Pale and others ca 1928
WAC Jr., portraits by Murillo Studio ca. 1932
WAC Jr., snapshots in academic cap and gown in the library's outdoor reading room
Photographs of Henrique Medina portrait of WAC Jr.
Photograph of Paul Troubetzkoy statue of WAC Jr.
Cartoon about LA Philharmonic's founding by Gale for the Los Angeles Times (original ink drawing) 1919
Nelson's L-L Encyclopedia certificate of membership (no. 14139) issued to WAC Jr. March 12, 1912
"Diploma of Award" to WAC Jr. from the California Liberty Fair 1918
Book Club of California lifetime membership certificate 1920
Specimen leaf from a book of hours, given to WAC Jr. by the Book Club of California, with accompanying letter from Book Club of California
Receipt, initiation fee for the Uplifters Club, for WAC Jr and Harrison Post 1925
Mills College honorary doctorate: certificate, correspondence, programs and other materials 1925
University of San Francisco, honorary degree for WAC Jr. 1930
Printed scroll, souvenir (?) of the unveiling of the Beethoven Statue in Pershing Square, printed by Chester Troan October 14, 1932
Program for The Merchant of Venice, performed as a benefit for the Fatherless Children of France "in the gardens of Mr. William A. Clark, Jr." June 20, 1919
Letter from Paul Newell to William Conway, regarding WAC Jr
WAC Jr. last will and testament December 1933
WAC Jr stationary with personalized watermark
Correspondence re: WAC Jr and George Pale between Bill Conway, John Bidwell and William Walker 1981
Paste-up for announcement of Book Club of California exhibit of books from the collections of WAC Jr., Charles W. Clark and Charles Templeton Crocker, San Francisco (by John Henry Nash) ca 1922
William Andrews Clark, Sr. Subseries 2. 1879-1986
WAC Sr in front of log cabin in Deer Lodge, Montana ca 1910-1920
Etching of WAC Sr. by William H. Wilke, printed by John Henry Nash and inscribed by both to WAC Jr. 1930
Photograph of Sally Farnham bust at the Corcoran Gallery of Art 1999
Corcoran Gallery of Art Subgroup 2. 1882-1930
Correspondence between WAC Jr and C. Powell Minnigerode from the Corcoran Gallery Archives (photocopies) 1926-1930
Press and magazine clippings relative to the bequest of the late William A. Clark (scrapbook), Corcoran Gallery of Art (photocopies), with inventory of Corcoran Archives holdings related to WAC Sr.
Corcoran Gallery of Art, "Carpets of the Great Shah : the near-eastern carpets from the W.A. Clark collection" 1948
Corcoran Gallery guide 1976
Corcoran Gallery of Art, "Italian maiolica in the W.A. Clark Collection" 1955
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Illustrated handbook of the W.A. Clark Collection 1928
Corcoran Gallery of Art, catalog for 50th anniversary exhibition of Clark Collection 1978
William Henry Holmes, "Installation of the W.A. Clark Collection in the Corcoran Gallery of Art," Art and archaeology, v. 25, no. 4 (1928), p. 163-180
Marvin Chauncey Ross, "Four Tournai tapestries : The William Andrews Clark Collection," Corcoran Gallery of Art bulletin, v. 9 no 2 1951
Miscellaneous materials from Corcoran Gallery of Art, including photocopied materials from their archives
WAC Sr. last will and testament May 1922
"Dedicated to William Andrews Clark and the Amalgamated" broadside
Certificate of membership in the Society of Montana Pioneers 1889
City of Helena "bill" with engraved portrait of WAC Sr. on verso
Menu and program, Third Annual Banquet of the Butte Newswriters' Association, commemorating the Golden Anniversary of the Arrrival in Montana of Senator W.A. Clark November 1913
Menu, Banquet given by the Butte Chamber of Commerce to Hon. Wm. A. Clark 1913
Letter from F.H. Bradford to H. Richard Archer, Clark Library, regarding WAC Sr's possible ownership of a Fageol custom-built automobile, including 2 photographs of a Fageol chassis 1951
Brochure for tours of the Copper King Mansion, Butte, Montana
Rita Reif, "Pottery inspired by the Renaissance," The New York Times April 20, 1986
James W. Hulse, "W.A. Clark and the Las Vegas Connection: The 'Midas of the West' and the Development of Southern Nevada," Montana: the magazine of Western history, vol. 37 no. 1 Winter 1987
Herbert V. Young, "'Valley of Kings' mined, cultivated for centuries," Jerome Supplement, The Verde Independent Spring 1958
American Art Association, "Art collection of the late United States Senator William A. Clark," Part II (auction catalog) 1926
American Art Association, "Library sets of esteemed authors... including selections from the library of the late William A. Clark" 1926
Beautiful Columbia Gardens : the far-famed pleasure resort of Butte (Butte : Butte Electric Railway Co.) 19--?
Frank Jewett Mather, Jr., "The W.A. Clark Collection," The arts, v. 13 no. 4, p. 236-242 1928
The philistine, v. 17, no. 2 1903
Society of Montana Pioneers ephemera
Society of Montana Pioneers annual meetings 1916, 1917, 1921, 1927, 1931, 1932
Society of the Framers of the Constitution of Montana 1889-1928
The story of Butte (Butte : Press of the Standard Manufactuing and Printing Co.) 1897
Other Clark Family Members Subseries 3. 1882-1955
WAC III, portrait by Pirie MacDonald ca 1915
WAC III, portrait ca. 1910
Alice Clark in riding clothes, with dog
Photographs of Paul Troubetzkoy statue of Alice Clark
Alice Clark, Cora Sanders and WAC Jr in Ireland 1913
Other Family Members Subgroup 4. 1882-1955
Catherine Stauffer Clark (1840-1893), portrait ca 1870?
Mary Joaquina Clark (1870-1939), formal photograph ca. 1882
WAC Sr. with Andree and Huguette Clark at Columbia Gardens, Butte, Montana ca 1916
Portrait photograph of unidenfied toddler
"The Clark family of Los Angeles," The Titanic Commutator, Winter 1991
Obituary for Miriam Evans Clark (Mrs. J. Ross Clark), Los Angeles Times January 15, 1955
Colleagues and Associates Subseries 4. 1880-1983
Cora Edgerton Sanders (1872-1964) Subgroup 1. 1880-1947
Photograph of Cora Sanders and her brother Charles Sanders with the rest of the students of the Helena Graded High School ca. 1885
Montana Scrapbook ca. 1880-1910
Photographs of Alice Clark, Cora Sanders and WAC Jr in Ireland 1913
Library of Congress Subject Subdivisions 1924
Passport photo 1929
Photograph of Cora Sanders with Fritz Leiber, inscribed by Leiber to Sanders ca. 1940
Photograph of Lawrence Clark Powell, Cora Sanders and Robert Farquhar ca 1940s
Cora Sanders bibliographic commonplace book
Blank book bound as a binding exercise
Looseleaf notebook of historical/bibliographic information
Listing of Booksellers' Catalogs
Cora Sanders clipping/biographical file
Photograph of WAC Jr. with Robert Cowan, Edwin Clark and others in Montana ca. 1919
Multiple photographs of Robert Cowan 1922-1928
Photograph of Robert Cowan, Marie Cowan and Caroline Estes Smith at the Clark Library, with Snooks the dog August 1919
Robert Cowan clipping/biographical file
Harrison Post (ca. 1896-1946) Subgroup 3. 1920-1949
Harrison Post, portrait inscribed to Robert Cowan 1920
Photograph and accompanying letter about Harrison Post's 1929 Rolls Royce
Book report on Hervey Allen's Anthony Adverse by George Pale 1934
Robert Cowan, Marie Cowan and Caroline Estes Smith at the Clark Library, with Snooks the dog August 1919
Allyn Cox (1896-1982) Subgroup 6. 1920-1983
Clipping from unknown source, showing Cox's murals in the home of "Mrs. Goodrum" ca. 1920-1950
Ernest Peixotto, "Recent American work in mural painting," Architecture (v. 56, no. 2) August 1927, p. 61-68. August 1927
Quentin Reger, "The perfect Dryden collection: fine unknown library hidden in city," S.C. Daily Troy January 17, 1933
Untitled clipping from After Hours ca. 1951
"The Capitol muralist," The New Yorker, p. 21 March 7, 1953
"Allyn Cox" from Current Biography: Who's news and why, p. 215-217 1954
"Democratic wall decor abandoned," The Los Angeles Times May 30, 1972
Photograph of Allyn Cox at work 1973
J.W. Nelson, "Allyn Cox: a new mural for the Capitol," American Artist December 1974
Jane Winebrenner, "Behind the scenes: a Michelangelo at work in the Capitol," 50 Plus, p. 88-89 March 1980
Elizabeth Mehren, "The Capitol undertaking of a master muralist: artist's work makes history come alive on walls, ceilings," The Los Angeles Times June 11, 1981
Walter H. Waggoner, "Allyn Cox, 86, painter of murals for US Capitol," The New York Times Biographical Service September 1982
"Allyn Cox" obituary from unknown source September 28, 1982
J.Y. Smith, "Allyn Cox dies; work include Capitol murals," Washington Post 1982
"Allyn Cox," New York Times obituary from Current Biography 1983 1983
Allyn Cox entry from Who was who in American art, p. 1835 1983
"Clark Hall muralist dies," University of Virginia Alumni News, p. 23 January/February 1983
United States Capitol Historical Society. We, the People: the story of the United States Capitol. 1985
Suzanne Tatian, "The library murals: Allyn Cox's first major commission," The Clark Newsletter, no. 8 Spring 1990
Allyn Cox entry from the Dictionary of National Biography, v. IV, p. 478-479
Miscellaneous resource files
Henrique Medina-related photographs and images 1932-1933
Eleven sketches by Henrique Medina 1933
Henrique Medina, nude study (reproduction) 1943
Montana snapshots, including WAC Jr., George Pale and others ca. 1928
"One Summer, Mowitza" album 1916
Mowitza Lodge Guest Book 1915-1932
Flonzaley Quartet May 1920
Clifford Victor Herbert
Carl? ?? [illegible]
Ernestine Schumann-Heink, by Lou Goodale Bigelow September 1922
Frederick A. Stoetz
Paul Troubetzkoy 1916
Feodor Chaliapin 1923
Mischa Elman 1920
Jascha Heifetz 1924
Joseph Hofmann 1923
Albert Spalding 1919
Artur Rodzinski 1930
Efrem Zimbalist 1923
Other Music-related Associates 1919-1925
Caricature of a group of classical composers (reproduction), in a portfolio stamped with WAC Jr's name
Joseph Tonello, "The Destiny of a Soul," dedicated to Alice Clark; 2 copies inscribed by Joseph Tonello, one of them to WAC Jr. 1919
Walter Henry Rothwell (see Los Angeles Philharmonic materials, Series 5)
Booksellers & Literary Connections 1929, undated
A.S.W. Rosenbach January 24, 1929
George D. Smith
John Henry Nash's Library, San Francisco, by Louis A. Lauck Co. ca. 1920s
Martin J. Johnson
Caricature of "Fat Jack" by Homer Davenport 1904
Clark Library Building and Grounds Series 3. 1920-2011
Photographs of Library Building and Grounds Subseries 1. 1924-1996
Library exterior, contruction of east front by Bradley and Company (marble) ca. 1925
Library interior, photographs by M.L. Bailey (larger prints) 1925
Library exterior, photograph by Murillo Studio ca. 1926
Library interior, print by B.B. Nichols ca. 1926
Drawing room murals by Allyn Cox (negatives made from John Henry Nash 1929 edition of All for Love) 1929
Outdoor reading room (including photographs of WAC Jr. in the outdoor reading room) ca. 1930
Outdoor reading room, early beginnings pre-1930
Library exterior ca. 1937
Library interiors ca. 1930
Library interior, South bookroom case with Dryden collections (negative)
Ralph Cornell design of library grounds ca. 1940
Library exterior, photographs by H.G. Maas 1940
Library exterior (slides) 1945
Library interior ca. 1945
Residence exterior ca. 1950
Library exterior ca. 1951
Library exterior pre-1952
Book room display cases (from the Report of the Second Decade) ca. 1952
Bookcase display of Eric Gill's work, including books, sculpture and woodblocks (b&w negatives)
Library interior 1966
Library exterior with people (Les Koepplin, Mary Kerbret, Pat McCloskey), photographs by Tom F. Walters 1968
Residence exterior (porte-cochere) 1969
8 negatives of Library and residence exterior
Library exterior 1970
Library interior 1970
Library exterior (slides) 1973
Library exterior, photographs by Rick Lenz 1975
Library exterior February 1979
Library interior February 1979
Library interior, photographs by G.A. John Rogers 1981
Library exterior and interior post-1981
Library exterior 1983
Library interior during film shoots for "The Devlin Connection" and "The Thorn Birds," photographs by Jerry Kurtz 1983
Library exterior 1989
Gate exterior, Historic-Cultural Monument plaque (polaroid)
LIbrary interior, south bookroom bookcases, photographs by Duff Tatian (used in Fall 1992 Newsletter) (4 b&w negatives) July 1992
Library exterior, basement exit rails July 1995
Library exterior 1996
Images of Allyn Cox murals
Library Construction and Contractor Correspondence Subseries 2. 1920-1934
A (American Institute of Architects, Art Metal Construction Company) 1925-1926
Baumgarten and Company (woodwork) 1925-1926
Bradley and Son (marble) 1924-1926
Burglary Protection Company 1924-1927
C (Cornelius W. Comegys, H.S. Crocker) 1924-1928
W.A. Clark Sr. estate sale 1926
Ralph Cornell: "A garden in a gem of beautiful landscaping," California Graphic, May 3, 1924 (photocopy) 1924
Allyn Cox (muralist) correspondence 1924-1926
Allyn Cox (muralist): news clippings
D (W.G. Duff, John Donnelly) 1925-1929
A.F. Edwards (marble) 1924
Robert D. Farquhar, Clark file (incoming letters from Farquhar, carbons of letters to Farquhar) 1924-1926
Robert D. Farquhar, Farquhar files (incoming letters from Clark, carbons of letters to Clark) 1920-1927
Robert D. Farquhar (correspondence from Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Whitney Warren 1920, 1930
G (General Bronze Corp., Gladding Mc Bean, Gardner-Payne) 1926-1928
H (George Hunt, Henry A. Hege, C.P. Helpman) 1924-1929
Llewellyn Iron Works 1924
M (O.B. McClintock Company, John V. McGinnis, W.D. Mangam, Thomas E. Marlowe, Leon Mazy, W.E. Mitchell) 1924-1930
P (John Polachek Bronze and Iron, Paoli Construction, Pedgrift Brothers) 1925-1934
William G. Reid (hardwood floors) 1925-1926
Southern California Hardwood 1925
T (S. Tomasello, Ed. Trinkkeller, S. Wyman Tyler) 1924-1926
U-Z (Unit System Heating, Victor Granite, Weaver Roof, Wilson and Bell) 1924-1934
Postcard of Chateau de Chantilly library, inspiration for the Clark book rooms ca 1920
Gift of the Library to UCLA Subseries 3. 1926-1937
Newspaper clippings related to the gift of the library to UCLA 1926-1934
Excerpt from deed of gift June 4, 1926
Regents of the University of California, minutes mentioning WAC Jr's offer of the Clark Library gift and a letter from Robert Sproul to Ernest Dickson discussing the same June 1926
Deed of Gift (original and copies) June 4, 1926
Deed of Gift August 1926
Deed of Gift May 1929
Letter from Sydney Sanner (executor of Clark estate) to Edward Dickson regarding interpretation and compliance with the will of WAC Jr. May 6, 1937
Correspondence regarding will of WAC Jr. (photocopies) 1934-1937
Paragraph 25 of WAC Jr's will and related correspondence between Edward Dickson and legal counsel 1934-1935
Affadavit of George John Pale with supporting letters and photographs 1934-1936
University of California Regents, proclamation accepting the gift of the Clark Library May 1935
Observatory Subseries 4. 1923-1924, undated
WAC Jr's astronomy notebook pre-1934
"The Coming Total Eclipse of the Sun," by Mars F. Baumgardt September 10, 1923
Venetian drapery cords, from original draperies in the library drawing room ca. 1926?
Fabric from drawing room chairs reupholstered in 2011 (includes original fabric and swatch of new fabric) ca. 1926?, 2011
Other Clark-related Buildings, Properties and Organizations Series 4. 1889-1967, undated
Los Angeles Philharmonic Subseries 1. 1919-1967
Album containing LA Philharmonic programs from the first season, as well as photographs of the full orchestra and Walter Henry Rothwell; Cover embossed with WAC Jr's name 1919-1920
"Philharmonic Notes," scrapbook kept by WAC Jr. of the Philharmonic's 1921 spring tour (incl. photographs, clippings and programs) 1921
Program, Wagner Concert by the Albert Hall Orchestra, from the LA Phil office library January 7, 1923
Culture and the Community: Los Angeles County, pulished by the Civic Bureau of Music and Art of Los Angeles ca 1927?
Souvenir program, "W.A. Clark, Jr. Testimonial Concert" April 21, 1928
Jose Rodriguez interview with Caroline E. Smith 1932
Photocopies of papers from the Walter Henry Rothwell archive, in the possession of the Rothwell family
Elizabeth Gunn, "The Goose that Sang: Memoirs of violinist Fred Kuphal," in Montana: the magazine of Western history, vol. 57 no. 1 January 1967
Alice McManus Clark Memorial Auditorium, University of Nevada, Reno Subseries 2. 1923-1974
Building Committee of the Alice McManus Clark Memorial Auditorium, minutes 1923
Clark Library, University of Nevada 1928
Program for Senior Week, University of Nevada Class of 1928, dedicated to WAC Jr. 1928
James W. Hulse, The University of Nevada: A centennial history (photocopy) 1974
Invitation, 50th anniversary of the Mary Andrews Clark Residence 1963
Postcards and brochures for the Mary Andrews Clark Residence
Southern California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, certificate of honor to WAC Jr. for the Hollywood Forever mausoleum 1923
Hollywood Forever Mausoleum, photograph by Frederick W. Kuphal, Jr. (?) ca. 1930
Hollywood Forever mausoleum, exterior ca. 1930?
Interior and exterior photographs of WAC Jr's mausoleum, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, photographs by Fred R. Dapprich ca. 1930
Clark Memorial Club, Clarkdale, Arizona photograph album, with W.A. Clark, Jr. printed on cover ca. 1925
Clark Hall, University of Virginia (photographs of Allyn Cox murals)
Photograph of Copper smelter, Butte, Montana (from the John Clifford Cowles collection) ca. 1889
Photograph of Montana Hotel Fire, by Aveldson Photo February 28, 1915
Albums of mine and mill photographs (incl. Timber Butte and Elm Orlu mines) 1914-1923
Photographs of Montana landscapes and buildings ca. 1920-1930
"W.A. Clark, Jr. Cup," photographed by Moody
WAC Sr's home in New York, photograph of a woodblock print by "Miller"
Pacific Coast Musician, vol. 2, no. 3 (March 1913); feature about WAC Jr. and the Saint Saens Quintet on p. 28 March 1913
Monatshefte fur bucherfreunde undgraphiksammer, with article on WAC Jr. and his library 1925
Newspaper clipping: "Clark's tribute to Poe," Evening Express ca. 1920s
Newspaper clippings about gift of Clark Library to UCLA 1926-1934
Los Angeles Saturday Night, vol. 11 no. 7 (November 1930), featuring an article on the Clark Library November 1930
Photograph of Beethoven statue in Pershing Square with short caption, California Arts and Architecture 1932
The Southern Alumnus (UCLA publication) September 1934
Newspaper clippings about WAC Jr's death, funeral and estate ca. 1934
Newspaper clippings: "50 years ago today" synopses about WAC Sr and WAC Jr 1960
Newspaper clippings about WAC Jr and the library
Misc. newspaper clippings
Silhouette of man in late-18th century dress
Description of the Book of Mormon collection 1927
Case containing two medals
Circular for The Fleuron: A Journal of Typography, with pencil note by WAC Jr.
The Lost Whistlers : Fourteen Paintings, Pastels & Drawings by George S. Hellman, with inscription to WAC Jr. from Hellman ca 1926