Finding aid for the Malvina Hoffman papers, 1897-1984

Julie Rosenberg.


Descriptive Summary

Title: Malvina Hoffman papers
Date (inclusive): 1807-1882, 1897-1984, undated
Number: 850042
Creator/Collector: Hoffman, Malvina
Physical Description: 150 Linear Feet (216 boxes, 9 flat file folders, 4 rolls)
Repository:
The Getty Research Institute
Special Collections
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
Los Angeles 90049-1688
reference@getty.edu
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10020/askref
(310) 440-7390
Abstract: A nearly complete archive of letters, manuscripts, photographs, diaries, drawings, and films documents Malvina Hoffman's life and her career as a sculptor and writer.
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Language: Collection material is in English

Biography

Malvina Hoffman was born in Manhattan on June 15 1885 to Richard Hoffman, a well-known pianist and music teacher, and Fidelia Lamson Hoffman.
In 1998 she studied at the Brearley School, attending evening art classes at the Woman's School of Applied Designs, and the Art Students League of New York. Between 1904-1096, she studied painting and drawing with Harper Pennington and John White Alexander and sculpture with Herbert Adams, George Gray Bernard and Gutzon Borglum.
In 1909-1910 she produced her first portrait of her father and traveled to Paris to study with Rodin. She also worked as a studio assistant to sculptress Janet Scudder while living in Paris. Her first dance sculpture, "Russian Dancers" (1911), is inspired by Anna Pavlova's performance of "Bacchanale" in London. In the spring of 1911, portraits of Richard Hoffman and William Astor Chandler are accepted to the Paris Salon. Hoffman next studied anatomy at the Cornell University College of Physicians, and began the models for "Bacchanale," a frieze of 25 panels that took her ten years to complete. Her "Russian Dancers" was exhibited at the National Academy of Design in this period.
Hoffman returned to Paris in 1912 to work with Rodin. Two more dance figures, "Bacchanale Russe" and "L'Après-midi d'un faune" (inspired by a performance of Vaslav Nijinsky) were completed this year.
In 1914-1915 Hoffman had her first solo exhibition, held at the East 34th St. studio in Manhattan. While in London for an exhibition at Leicester Galleries, she supervised the installation of Rodin's works at Grosvenor House. She also assisted in the cataloging of Rodin's drawings for the Musée Rodin at the Hôtel Biron, Paris. During this period, Hoffman collaborated in the organization of Appuix Aux Artistes to support models and artists unemployed as a result of the onset of World War I.
She returned to New York in the Fall and established a permanent residence and studio at Sniffen Court in Murray Hill, Manhattan. Produces numerous photographs and drawings of Pavlova with Andreas Pavley posing for "Bacchanale." Exhibitions of her dance groups and lithographs were held at the Brooks Reed Gallery in Boston and the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition in San Francisco.
In 1919 she was in a group show at the Whitney Studio Club, and returned to Paris to assist in the installation of Rodin's work in the Musèe Rodin. Her "Bacchanale Russe" was placed in the Luxembourg Gardens this year, and she undertook a seven week tour of Yugoslavia in August of 1919, as a representative of the American Relief Commission.
In 1920-1921 she completed "Offrande" (based on Paul Verlaine poem), "La Péri" and "The Sacrifice," a memorial to American Ambassador Robert Bacon for Harvard Memorial Chapel. She resumed work on "Bacchanale" with Pavlova and Novikoff, and had her first one-woman exhibition at Ferargil Galleries in May, 1921.
In 1924 she completed "Bacchanale," and married her childhood friend Samuel Grimson. Also in 1924, American businessman Irving Bush commissioned Hoffman's most significant architectural sculpture for the Bush House in London, commemorating Anglo-American friendship.
In 1925 Hoffman traveled to Zagreb to study equestrian sculpture with Ivan Mestrovic, and filmed him at work on his "American Indian Groups" for Chicago's Grant Park. She moved to Villa Asti in Paris with Grimson and had a major exhibition at the Grand Central Art Galleries in December, 1928.
In 1929 Stanley Field commissioned Hoffman to create sculptures of "The Races of Mankind" for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. She traveled for eight months photographing, drawing and taking anthropological data of models for ethnographic "portraits." She produced 104 sculptures, first exhibited in 1932 at the Musée d'Ethnographie at the Palais du Trocadero before permanent installation at the Field Museum. Hoffman became a celebrity with the opening of the Hall of Man on June 6, 1933,
She divorced Grimson in 1936 and returned to Sniffen Court. Her ethnographic sculptures were exhibited in several venues including the Dance International Exposition (1937). Her "International Dance Fountain" was installed at the New York World's Fair, 1939. In 1939 she published Sculpture Inside and Out (1939), an instructional guide to sculpture. In 1943 she published an account of her travels for the Hall of Man commission, Heads and Tales.
Between 1948-1950, Hoffman worked on a World War II memorial for Epinal Memorial Cemetery in France. In 1955 she produced relief panels for the Joslin Hospital, Boston. In 1965 she published her autobiography, Yesterday is Tomorrow. Malvina Hoffman died July 19, 1966 at Sniffen Court, Manhattan.

Administrative Information

Access

Open for use by qualified researchers.

Publication Rights

Preferred Citation

Malvina Hoffman papers, 1897-1984, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 850042.
http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifa850042

Acquisition Information

Acquired in 1985.

Processing History

An inventory of the collection was taken in 1986 by Tim Netsch, and again in 1990 by Miriam Gaber. The 16mm films were reviewed by Mary Fenton and Jennifer Young, who compiled a summary of the contents of some of the films. In 1992, Beth Guynn processed the correspondence, manuscripts and portions of the glass plates. The scrapbooks, glass plates and several large portfolios were processed by Teresa Morales in 1996. Julie Rosenberg completed the processing and cataloguing of the collection in June 1997. The finding aid was revised in 2016.

Scope and Content of Collection

This comprehensive archive relates to Hoffman's life and her career as a sculptor and a writer.
Correspondence traces Hoffman's relationships with friends, family members, and clients as well as the development of her commissions and publications. Manuscripts, edited drafts, and published copies representing all of Hoffman's books, articles and lectures are accompanied by publicity and endorsements. A large portion of the collection consists of photo albums, scrapbooks and diaries documenting Hoffman's work, travels and personal life.
Films produced by Hoffman, and others, are present, with footage of other artists at work and dance rituals of the world. Especially significant are the photo albums, travel logs and anthropological notes used to produce Hoffman's best known commission, the 104 sculptures of the "Races of Mankind" created for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago (1929-1933).
Drawings, sketchbooks and photographic studies provide an intimate perspective of the artist's creative process, particularly the "Bacchanale" dance reliefs (1914), and monuments built for the Bush House (1924), the New York World's Fair (1939), and Epinal Memorial Cemetery (1948-1960). These are supported by exhibition catalogs and clippings of reviews. A small collection of photographs, catalogs and correspondence also reveal Hoffman's friendships with artists Auguste Rodin, Ivan Mestrovic, Anna Pavlova, Jean Jacques Lemordant and Alexandre Iacovleff.
The collection includes photographs, motion picture films, videotapes, a sound recording, microfilm, copper plates, glass and acetate negatives, as well as drawings, letters, manuscripts and printed materials.

Arrangement note

The collection is organized in 10 series: Series I: Correspondence and personal papers, 1909-1968; Series II: Datebooks, 1926-1966; Series III: Manuscripts, publications and lectures, circa 1913-1965; Series IV: Periodicals, clippings and exhibition catalogs, circa 1920-1966; Series V: Photographs, negatives, and copper printing plates, circa 1910-1965; Series VI: Videocassettes and sound cassettes, circa 1924-1939, 1961; Series VII: Travel diaries, postcards, scrapbooks and memorabilia, 1898-1966; Series VIII: Sketchbooks, drawings, and photographs, 1901-1964; Series IX: Awards, honorary degrees, 1915-1957; Series X: Motion picture films and negatives, circa 1910-1966.

Indexing Terms

Subjects - Names

Grimson, S. B. (Samuel B.)
Pavlova, Anna
Mestrovíc, Ivan
Moore, Marianne
Rodin, Auguste
Iacovleff, Alexandre
Lemordant, Jean Julian

Subjects - Corporate Bodies

Bush House (London, England)
Epinal American Cemetery (France)
Field Museum of Natural History
New York World's Fair (1939-1940)

Subjects - Topics

World War, 1914-1918 -- Civilian relief
Sculpture, French -- 20th century
Sculpture, American -- 20th century
Ethnology
Anthropology
Bronze founding

Subjects - Places

Chicago (Ill.) -- Exhibitions

Genres and Forms of Material

Journals (accounts)
Microfiche
Microfilms
Diaries
Motion pictures (visual works)
Photographic prints
Photographs, Original
Postcards
Scrapbooks
Sketchbooks

Contributors

Field, Stanley
Dance International (1937)
Iacovleff, Alexandre
Lemordant, Jean Julian
Hocking, William Ernest
Hoffman, Malvina
Mestrovíc, Ivan
Moore, Marianne
Field Museum of Natural History
Pavlova, Anna
Rodin, Auguste


Container List

 

Series I. Correspondence and personal papers, 1903-1984, undated

Physical Description: 36 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and personal papers are organized in four subseries. Correspondence, 1909-1968 consists of general correspondence with friends, family, instructors, museums, and clients. Correspondence, research materials, photographs for commissions, 1927-1965, addresses the large commissions produced by Hoffman. This includes small drawings. The 3rd subseries comprises correspondence about exhibitions, publications, and lectures, 1920-1967. The fourth and final section, Correspondence from war relief, Dance International, 1915-1964 relates to Hoffman's volunteer activities in the relief effort for World Wars I and II as well as her involvement with Dance International (1937) and the New York World's Fair (1939).
 

Series I.A. Correspondence, 1903-1967, undated

Physical Description: 8.5 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically. Most of the letters were sent to Hoffman. Files include occasional carbon copies or draft letters from Malvina Hoffman. One entire box holds original and transcribed correspondence between Hoffman and Auguste Rodin. 3 files hold letters from Stanley Field. There is significant correspondence with contemporaries and close friends Ivan Mestrovic, Anna Pavlova, J.J. Lemordant, Alexandre Iacovleff, and Marianne Moore. Included are cashbooks (1934-1960), address books, and papers regarding Hoffman's properties.
box 1, folder 1-2

A - general and friends, 1929-1964

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 1, folder 3-4

B - general and friends, 1914-1964

Physical Description: circa 80 items
box 1, folder 5-6

C - general and friends, 1923-1964

Physical Description: circa 55 items
box 1, folder 7

Adams, Herbert to Malvina Hoffman's mother regarding Malvina, 1909

Physical Description: 1 item
box 1, folder 8

Adams, Adelaide and Herbert, 1924-1946

Physical Description: 7 items
box 1, folder 9

Adams, F.B. Jr., 1958

Physical Description: 4 items
box 1, folder 10

Alexander, Arsene, 1929-1933

Physical Description: 12 items
box 1, folder 11

Avinoff, Andrey, 1929-1948

Physical Description: 5 letters, 5 photographs, 1 brochure
box 1, folder 12

Barbour, Dr. George (friend of Teilhard de Chardin), 1949-1965

Physical Description: 6 items
box 1, folder 13

Batchelor, C.D., 1966

Physical Description: 4 items, 1 photograph
box 1, folder 14

Benet, William Rose, 1950

Physical Description: 4 items
box 1, folder 15

Black, Davidson, 1931-1932

Physical Description: 6 items
box 1, folder 16

Bliss, Mildred, 1925-1940

Physical Description: 10 items
box 1, folder 17

Blodgett, George W. (National Gallery of the American Indian), 1933-1946

Physical Description: 11 items
box 1, folder 18

Borglum, Gutzon, 1909-1948

Physical Description: 3 items
box 1, folder 19

Boulet, Demonvel, M., 1912

Physical Description: 5 items
box 1, folder 20

Branch, Louise, 1937-1939

Physical Description: 4 items
box 1, folder 21

Branch, Melville, 1937

Physical Description: 4 items
box 1, folder 22

Brashear, John, - 2 items 1918, 1920

Physical Description: 2 items
box 1, folder 23

Brooklyn Museum, 1929-1961

Physical Description: 7 items
box 1, folder 24

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1945-1962

Physical Description: 6 items
box 1, folder 25

Buck, Pearl S., 1934-1965

Physical Description: 17 items
box 1, folder 26

Bunau, Varilla; Giselle and her father Colonel Phillipe, circa 1915-1953

Physical Description: 13 items
box 1, folder 27

Carrel, Aleseis, 1926-1950

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 1, folder 28

Charlot, Simon, 1946-1951

Physical Description: 9 items
box 1, folder 29

Churchill, Winston, 1946

Physical Description: 2 items
box 1, folder 30

Coll, Francisco, 1954-1959

Physical Description: 5 items
box 1, folder 31

Connick, Charles, 1943-1946

Physical Description: 6 items
box 1, folder 32

Cornell, Katherine, 1960-1961

Physical Description: 5 items
box 1, folder 33

Cortissoz, Katherine, 1933-1953

Physical Description: 8 items
box 1, folder 34

Craven, Thomas, 1950

Physical Description: 1 item
box 1, folder 35

Cushing, Dr. Harry, 1928-1934

Physical Description: 10 items
box 1, folder 36

Cutten, Leverett Howell, 1943-1959

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 2, folder 1

D - general and friends, 1919-1966

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 2, folder 2

Dallas, Bishop John, 1941-1958

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 2, folder 3

Dandré, Victor, 1931-1936

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 2, folder 4

Davis, J. Lionberger, 1929-1965

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 2, folder 5

Delano, Frederick A., 1937-1941

Physical Description: 5 items
box 2, folder 6

Delano, William A., 1936-1952

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 2, folder 7

Dickinson, Dr. Robert C., 1937-1951

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 2, folder 7A

Draper, Helen, undated

Physical Description: 11 postcards

Scope and Content Note

Postcards addressed to Hoffman's sister, Helen Draper, most from Hoffman.
box 2, folder 8

E - general and friends, 1931-1957

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 2, folder 9

Eames, Emma, 1903-1951

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 2, folder 10

Eaton, Allen H., 1933-1959

Physical Description: 9 items
box 2, folder 11

Emmet, Marie-Louise "Sauvage," undated

Physical Description: 4 items
box 3, folder 1

F - general and friends, 1928-1964

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 3, folder 2

Field, Henry (Field Museum), 1930-1941

Physical Description: circa 12 items
 

Field Museum - regarding World Tour, 1930-1934, 1944

box 3, folder 3

1930-1931

Physical Description: circa 60 items
box 3, folder 4

1932-1934, 1944

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 3, folder 5

Field Museum project - letters of introduction not used, 1931

Physical Description: circa 15 items
 

Field, Stanley, 1930-1932

box 3, folder 6

1930-1931

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 3, folder 7-8

1931-1932

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 3, folder 9

Ford, John, 1936

Physical Description: 4 items
box 3, folder 10

French, Daniel Chester, 1916-1966

Physical Description: 17 items
box 3, folder 11

Frick, Helen, 1921-1945

Physical Description: 18 items
box 3, folder 12

G - general and friends, 1909-1964

Physical Description: circa 25 items, photographs
box 3, folder 13

Green, Gretchen, circa 1943

Physical Description: 10 items
box 3, folder 14

Greene, Jerome D., 1938-1941

Physical Description: 12 items
box 3, folder 15

Greenley, Howard, circa 1933

Physical Description: 3 items
box 3, folder 16

Gibbs, William Francis, 1952-1962

Physical Description: 7 items
box 3, folder 17

Griaule, Marcel (Mission Dakar-Djibouti), 1933-1939

Physical Description: 17 items, photographs
box 3, folder 18-19

Granados, Victor, 1940-1944

Physical Description: circa 60 items
box 3, folder 20

Guy, Loë M., 1949-1961

Physical Description: 25 items
box 4, folder 1

H - general and friends, 1920-1964

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 4, folder 2

Harriman, Mrs. E.H. (Mary), owner of New York Studio at 157 E. 35th, 1921-1932

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 4, folder 3

Haseltine, Herbert (Hoffman's cousin, and a sculptor), 1907-1951

Physical Description: 11 items
box 4, folder 4

Healey, Frances, 1945

Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

3 color photographs moved to Box 207, f2.
box 4, folder 5

Henderson, David and Lady, 1919-1931

Physical Description: circa 8 items
 

Hocking, William Ernest, 1950-1965

box 4, folder 6

1950-1962

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 4, folder 7

1962-1965

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 4, folder 8

Holt, Charlotte, 1940-1945

Physical Description: 10 items
 

Iacovleff, Alexandre, 1933-1954

box 4, folder 9

1934-1938

Physical Description: 16 items
box 4, folder 10

1939-1954

Physical Description: circa 34 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes exhibition photographs and brochures.
box 4, folder 11

1933-1938

Physical Description: 28 items
box 4, folder 12

Izcue, Elena and Viltoria, 1935-1946

Physical Description: 16 items
box 4, folder 13

Ingalls, Albert G., 1951

Physical Description: 6 items
box 4, folder 14

J - general and friends, 1934-1960

Physical Description: 11 items
box 4, folder 15

Jaccaci, August F., 1916-1927

Physical Description: 9 items
box 4, folder 16

Jaqua, Ernest (President, Scripps College), 1938-1946

Physical Description: 17 items
box 5, folder 1

K - general and friends, 1931-1960

Physical Description: 19 items
box 5, folder 2

Keats, John (about), 1936-1953

Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Letters regarding a bust for the Hall of Fame, New York City.
box 5, folder 3

Keith, Sir Arthur, 1931-1955

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 5, folder 4

Keller, Deane, 1948-1966

Physical Description: 7 items
box 5, folder 5

Keller, Helen, 1938

Physical Description: 1 item
box 5, folder 6

Kellogg, Donald, 1944

Physical Description: 3 items
box 5, folder 6a

Kent, H. W., 1931, 1933-1934

Physical Description: 6 items
box 5, folder 7

Kent, Rockwell, 1940

Physical Description: 1 item
box 5, folder 8

King, Mrs. Charles G. (Ginevra), 1933-1938

Physical Description: 10 items
box 5, folder 9

Kinsey, Alfred C., 1943-1956

Physical Description: 6 items
box 5, folder 10

Koury, Leon, 1938-1947

Physical Description: 5 items
box 5, folder 11-12

L - general and friends, 1925-1961

box 5, folder 13

La Farge, John, 1909

Physical Description: 1 item
box 5, folder 14

Lavery, Sir John, 1926-1935

Physical Description: 7 items
box 5, folder 15

Lawrie, Lee, 1948-1960

Physical Description: 4 items
 

Lemordant, J.J., 1910-1937

box 5, folder 16-17

1910-1937

Physical Description: circa 70 items
box 5, folder 18

1919-1921

Physical Description: circa 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Regarding a tour in America.
box 5, folder 19

Lind, Jenny, 1920-1952

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Centennial Celebration.
box 5, folder 20

Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1920-1934

Physical Description: 6 items
box 5, folder 21

Lipshitz, Jacob, undated

Physical Description: 2 items
 

Mestrovic, Ivan, 1925-1951

box 6, folder 1

1925-1947

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 6, folder 2

1925-1947

Physical Description: circa 20 items, 2 photographs
box 6, folder 3

1924-1928

Physical Description: 23 items
box 6, folder 4

1945-1946

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 6, folder 5

1947-1951

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Mestrovic, Ivan and Olga, 1917-1964

box 6, folder 6-7

1917-1960

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 6, folder 8

1922-1964

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 7, folder 1

M - general and friends, 1919-1960

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 7, folder 2

McBride, Margaret, 1942-1943

Physical Description: 10 items
box 7, folder 3

McCartan, Edward, 1920

Physical Description: 1 item
box 7, folder 4

McLane, James Catimer, circa 1917

Physical Description: 7 items
box 7, folder 5

Manship, Paul, 1957-1966

Physical Description: 4 items
box 7, folder 6

Meire, Hildreth, 1938-1961

Physical Description: 11 items
box 7, folder 7

Ming, Chen Chau, 1966

Physical Description: 5 items
box 7, folder 8

Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y., 1941-1960

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 7, folder 9

Monfried, Henri de, 1940-1966

Physical Description: 11 watercolors
box 7, folder 10

Monjo, Enrique, 1956-1964

Physical Description: 12 items
 

Moore, Marianne, 1950-1966, undated

box 7, folder 11

1950

Physical Description: 4 items
box 7, folder 12

1951

Physical Description: 10 items
box 7, folder 13

1952

Physical Description: 22 items
box 7, folder 14

1953

Physical Description: 19 items
box 7, folder 15

1954

Physical Description: circa 12 items
box 7, folder 16

1955

Physical Description: 12 items
box 7, folder 17

1956

Physical Description: 8 items
box 7, folder 18

1957

Physical Description: 5 items
box 7, folder 19

1958

Physical Description: 2 items
box 7, folder 20

1959

Physical Description: 14 items, 1 color photo
box 7, folder 21

1960

Physical Description: 20 items
box 7, folder 22

1961

Physical Description: 9 items
box 7, folder 23

1962

Physical Description: 2 items
box 7, folder 24

1964-1966

Physical Description: 4 items
box 7, folder 25

undated

Physical Description: 24 items
box 7, folder 26

Morgan, Anne, 1934-1947

Physical Description: 20 items
box 7, folder 27

Mudd, Stuart, 1940-1951

Physical Description: 4 items
box 7, folder 28-29

N - general and friends, 1917-1967

Physical Description: circa 80 items
box 7, folder 30

National Arts Club, 1962-1965

Physical Description: 13 items
box 7, folder 31

National Sculpture Society, 1936-1955

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 7, folder 32

National Sculpture Society Annual Dinner, 1962-1964 February 11

Physical Description: 14 items
box 7, folder 33

Nielsen, Kate (Danish painter, friend), 1933-1949

box 8, folder 1

O - general and friends, 1924-1939

Physical Description: 9 items
box 8, folder 2

Ochs, Adolph, 1922-1931

Physical Description: 4 items
box 8, folder 3

O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1939-1944

Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

With a note from Stieglitz.
box 8, folder 4

Oukrainsky, Serge, 1915-1942

Physical Description: 11 items
box 8, folder 5

P - general and friends, 1919-1965

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 8, folder 6

Paderewski, Ignace, 1922-1930

Physical Description: 4 items
box 8, folder 7

Correspondence regarding Paderewski, 1930-1946

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 8, folder 8

Correspondence regarding Paderewski - "The Statesman," 1924 -1955

Physical Description: 12 items
box 8, folder 9

Letter to Paderewski from Hoffman, 1936

Physical Description: 1 item
box 8, folder 10

Paget-Fredericks, J., circa 1956

Physical Description: 4 items
box 8, folder 11

Patton, General George, 1929

Physical Description: 2 items
 

Pavlova, Anna, 1915-1924

box 8, folder 12

1919-1924

Physical Description: 12 items
box 8, folder 13

1915-1916

Physical Description: 6 items
box 8, folder 14

Pickford, Mary, 1933, 1939

Physical Description: 2 items
box 8, folder 15

Presbrey-Leland (War Memorials), 1940-1960

Physical Description: circa 30 items
 

Pribicevic, Col. Milan, 1918-1937

box 8, folder 16

1918-1937

Physical Description: circa 40 items, photographs
box 8, folder 17

1932-1936

Physical Description: circa 30 items, photographs
box 8, folder 18

R - general and friends, 1917-1966

Physical Description: 39 items
box 8, folder 19

Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan, 1938-1940

Physical Description: 6 items
box 8, folder 20

Reader's Digest, 1944-1952

Physical Description: 11 items
 

Dowager Marchioness of Reading, 1934-1964

box 8, folder 21

1934-1943

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 8, folder 22

1944-1964

Physical Description: 21 items
box 8, folder 23

Richard, Guilio F. (architect), 1937-1949

Physical Description: 33 items, photographs
box 8, folder 24

Roberts, Frank, 1941, 1952

Physical Description: 10 items
box 8, folder 25

Rosales, E.O. de, 1916-1951

Physical Description: circa 50 items
 

Rodin, Auguste, 1910-1957, undated

Scope and Content Note

Transcriptions of correspondence between Rodin and Malvina Hoffman, original letters from Rodin to Hoffman, Hoffman's letters to Rodin, and assorted papers about Rodin. A few of Rodin's letters contain sketches.
box 9, folder 1

Typewritten transcriptions of letters from Rodin to Hoffman, and from Hoffman to Rodin, 1910-1916

Physical Description: 16 pages
box 9, folder 2-22

Rodin, Auguste to M. Hoffman, 1910-1916

Physical Description: circa 40 items, lock of Rodin's hair, 1 piece of fabric, 1 piece of cloth (tricolor)
box 9, folder 23-28

Hoffman, M. to Auguste Rodin, 1910-1916

Physical Description: 6 items
box 9, folder 29

Fabric (tricolor), undated

Physical Description: 1 item
box 9, folder 30

Rodin's last days and funeral - to M. Hoffman by Leonce Bémédele, 1917-1922

Physical Description: 13 items
box 9, folder 31

Miscellaneous items concerning Rodin, 1916-1957

Physical Description: circa 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Printed matter, letters.
box 10, folder 1-4

S - general and friends, 1910-1966

Physical Description: circa 120 items
box 10, folder 5

Schuré, Edouard, 1922-1931

Physical Description: 17 items
box 10, folder 6-7

Scribner, Charles's, 1935-1954

Physical Description: circa 60 items
box 10, folder 8

Shankar, Uday, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 10 items
box 10, folder 9

Shuster, Will, 1937

Physical Description: 7 items, photographs
box 10, folder 10

Spanish Institute, 1957-1966

Physical Description: 9 items
box 10, folder 11

Stowe, Lyman, undated

Physical Description: 2 items
box 10, folder 12

T - general and friends, 1921-1964

Physical Description: 27 items
box 10, folder 13

Tagore, Abinandranath, 1930

Physical Description: 2 items
box 10, folder 14

Taylor, Myron C., 1953-1955

Physical Description: 10 items
box 10, folder 15

Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre, 1939-1964

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 10, folder 16

Temperly, Harold, 1919-1939

Physical Description: 21 items
box 10, folder 17

U - general and friends, 1936-1944

Physical Description: 17 items
box 10, folder 18

V - general and friends, 1931-1950

Physical Description: 13 items, photographs
box 10, folder 19

Verne, Henri, 1917-1962

Physical Description: 11 items
box 10, folder 20

Vogelaar, Dr., 1943

Physical Description: 4 items
box 11, folder 1-2

W - general and friends, 1919-1962

Physical Description: circa 60 items
box 11, folder 3

Warburg (Felix, Paul M., Fried and Nina), 1920-1945

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 11, folder 4

Weddell, Alex and Virginia, 1915-1945

Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Alexander Weddell memorial tablet.
box 11, folder 5

Witt, Sir Robert, 1922-1933

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 11, folder 6

Y - general and friends, 1930-1941

Physical Description: 10 items
box 11, folder 7

Yourcenar, Marguerite, 1953-1962

Physical Description: 9 items
box 11, folder 8

Z - general and friends, 1931-1936

Physical Description: 5 items
box 11, folder 9

Zarraga, Angel, 1929-1937

Physical Description: 11 items
box 11, folder 10

Zorach, William, 1936-1945

Physical Description: 4 items
box 11, folder 11-12

Unidentified, 1913-1965

Physical Description: circa 53 items
 

Correspondence: fan letters, 1933-1966

 

Lectures and books, 1937-1966

box 12, folder 1

1937-1941

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 12, folder 2

1933-1966

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 12, folder 3

Fan letters: Sculpture inside and out , 1934-1959

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 12, folder 4-5

Fan letters: Yesterday is tomorrow , 1965-1966

Physical Description: circa 35 items
 

For Heads and tales, 1933-1965

box 12, folder 6-10

1936-1948

Physical Description: circa 150 items
box 13, folder 1

1933-1965

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 13, folder 2

1936-1940

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 13, folder 3

1936-1940

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 13, folder 4

1948, 1956

Physical Description: 5 items, news clipping
 

Cash books, 1934-1960

box 14, folder 1

1934-1943

box 14, folder 2

1942-1960

box 14, folder 3

1944-1951

box 15, folder 1

Notes taken from p.102 of Cash book, 1934-1943

Physical Description: 1 item
box 15, folder 2-3

Notes taken from Cash book, 1942-1960

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Address books, undated

box 16, folder 1

Address book (alphabetized by country)

box 16, folder 2

Address book (alphabetized by Field project countries)

box 16, folder 3

Directory outside New York (alphabetized by state)

box 16, folder 4

European addresses (alphabetized by name)

box 16, folder 5

New York phone directory (alphabetized by name)

box 16, folder 6

Loose items originally in Address book, folder 1

 

Correspondence and personal papers regarding properties in Paris and New York, 1915-1965

box 17, folder 1

Goldberger, Nathan (Hoffman's attorney), 1932-1953

Physical Description: 8 items
box 17, folder 2

Receipts, etc., for studio at 157 E. 35th St., N.Y., 1937-1958

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 17, folder 3

Receipts, renovations etc., for Villa Asti, Paris, 1927-1965

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 17, folder 4

Controversy over Sniffen Court, 1915-1942

Physical Description: 22 items
box 17, folder 5

Receipts, deeds, etc. for 157 E. 35th St., N.Y., 1922-1939

Physical Description: circa 30 items
 

Series I.B. Correspondence, research materials, photographs, and personal documents for commissions, 1927-1965

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Letters from clients and other papers regarding commissions: Hall of Man, Joslin Hospital panels, and others. The last box in this subseries includes papers regarding suppliers and foundries.
 

Hall of Man, 1932-1964

box 18, folder 1

Field, Stanley, 1932-1935

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 18, folder 2

Simms, S.C. (Director, Field Museum), 1930-1935

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 18, folder 3-4

Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 1932-1964

Physical Description: circa 100 items
 

Hall of Man correspondence,

box 18, folder 5

1930-1933

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 18, folder 6

1933-1964

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 18, folder 7

Letters to ambassadors, anthropologists and museums, 1930-1931

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 18, folder 8

Invoices, receipts, and miscellaneous list of references, 1930-1931

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 18, folder 9

Guérin Maritime Co. - packing slips, correspondence, 1931-1932

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 18, folder 10

Alexis Rudier Foundry, 1931-1933

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 18, folder 11

Alexis Rudier Foundry - List of bronzes produced from 1927-1934

Physical Description: 10 items
box 18, folder 12

Lists of photographs taken or purchased by Marouteau and Co. and S. Grimson, 1931

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 19, folder 1-2

Hall of Man documents, interviews: anthropometric data, circa 1927-1933

Physical Description: circa 100 pages
 

Joslin Hospital Relief Panels (Boston), 1955-1960

box 20, folder 1

Joslin, Elliot P., president, 1956-1960

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 20, folder 2

Shepley, Henry R., architect, 1956-1958

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 20, folder 3

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1955-1965

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 20, folder 4-5

Reference materials, correspondence, booklets and magazine clippings, 1952-1965, undated

Physical Description: circa 80 items
box 20, folder 6

Reference photographs and drawings, undated

Physical Description: circa 100 items

Scope and Content Note

One negative moved to Box 207, f.4.
box 20, folder 7

Reference photographs for Pasteur, Banting and Best, undated

Physical Description: circa 100 photographs, 1 booklet

Scope and Content Note

One negative moved to Box 207, f.5.
box 20, folder 8

Working drawings, undated

Physical Description: circa 30 items, news clippings

Scope and Content Note

Relate to photographs in this box, f.9. Large drawings moved to Box 189*, f.2.
box 20, folder 9

Reference photographs, undated

Physical Description: circa 60 photographs, news clippings
box 20, folder 10

Working drawings, undated

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Relate to photographs in f.11, this box. Large drawings moved to Box 189*, f.2.
box 20, folder 11

Reference photographs, 1 booklet, various clippings and notes, undated

Physical Description: circa 30 items and photographs
 

Correspondence, general commissions, Map of Mankind, Epinal Memorial, 1917-1967

box 21, folder 1

Bacon, Mrs. Robert Low, "The Sacrifice" - Memorial to American Ambassador Robert Bacon at Harvard Chapel, 1917-1951

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 21, folder 2

The Bush House, Commemoration to Anglo-American Friendship, 1922-1947

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 21, folder 3

The National Society of Colonial Dames (Eleanor Van Rensellear Fairfax Medal), 1924

Physical Description: 10 items
box 21, folder 4

Epstein, Jacob (Epstein Mausoleum), 1929-1931

Physical Description: 15 items
box 21, folder 5

Peabody, Dr. Endicott (Groton School), 1933-1951

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 21, folder 6

Buffalo Museum of Science, 1937

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 21, folder 7

Commissions, miscellaneous correspondence, 1936-1939

Physical Description: 16 items
box 21, folder 8

Liberty, 1937-1966

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 21, folder 9

Freer Gallery of Art, 1937-1941

Physical Description: 12 items
box 21, folder 10

Spreckels, Mrs. Adolph, 1937-1958

Physical Description: circa 35 item, news clippings
box 21, folder 11

International Dance Fountain, New York World's Fair, 1939, 1937-1941

Physical Description: circa 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Publicity, printed materials, photographs and correspondence.
box 21, folder 12-14

Photographs: "Three Weeks Old Baby" (Dr. Robert Dickinson), 1939-1942

Physical Description: circa 50 items, 6 drawings, circa 100 photographs, news clippings
box 21, folder 15

Wilkie, Wendell, 1940-1947

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Map of Mankind (Field Museum), 1942-1954

box 22, folder 1

1942-1954

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 22, folder 2

1943-1944

Physical Description: 16 items
box 22, folder 3

Grace Cathedral - reference materials, photographs and drawings, 1942-1944

Physical Description: circa 40 items, news clippings, 1 watercolor

Scope and Content Note

See flat file folder **7 for blueprint of cathedral moved from this folder.
box 22, folder 4

Cushing, Dr. Harvey, 1943-1949

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 22, folder 5

National League of Nursing (Adelaide Muffing medal), 1943-1959

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 22, folder 6

Weddell, Alexander Memorial Tablet, 1945-1948

Physical Description: circa 30 items, news clippings

Scope and Content Note

Oversize drawings moved to Box 191*, f.10.
box 22, folder 7

Paine, Thomas (Hall of Fame bust, New York Univ.), 1946-1952

Physical Description: circa 30 items and photographs
box 22, folder 8

Commissions not carried out, 1945-1967

Physical Description: circa 25 items, 1 photograph
 

IBM, 1942-1952

box 22, folder 9

Regarding Flagpole, lectures, articles for Think, 1942-1946

Physical Description: 15 items
box 22, folder 10

Regarding Endicott Memorial, 1947-1948

Physical Description: circa 25 items, 1 photo
box 22, folder 11

Regarding Memorial book, 1948-1949

Physical Description: circa 30 items, textiles
box 22, folder 12

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1948-1952

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 22, folder 13

Epinal Memorial, 1948-1960

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 22, folder 14

Ramakrishna - Vivekananda Center, 1949-1966

Physical Description: circa 25 items
 

Epinal Memorial, 1949-1952

box 23, folder 1

Reference materials, booklets, clippings, 1949-1952

Physical Description: circa 15 items, news clippings
box 23, folder 2

Photographs, 1949-1952

Physical Description: 46 items, photographs, news clippings
 

Kimber Farms, Inc., 1954-1956

box 23, folder 3

Reference materials, 1954-1956

Physical Description: 3 booklets
box 23, folder 4

Genetics Award Medal design, 1954-1956

Physical Description: circa 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, drawings, photographs.
Oversize drawings moved to Box 191*, f.10; 1 negative moved to Box 207, f.6.
box 23, folder 5

Ruth Slenzcynska Medal Design, 1954-1956

Physical Description: circa 40 items

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, drawings and photographs.
Oversize drawings moved to Box 191*, F10,
box 23, folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence, photographs, 1954-1956

Physical Description: 15 items
box 23, folder 7

Gano Dunn award, reference materials, 1961

Physical Description: circa 50 items, news clippings, photographs, 1 watercolor
 

Henry David Thoreau portrait, Hall of Fame, New York Univ., 1962-1966

box 23, folder 8

Reference materials, 1962

Physical Description: circa 30 items

Scope and Content Note

News clippings, photographs, drawings.
Oversize drawings moved to Box 191*, f.10.
box 23, folder 9

Correspondence, 1962-1964

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 23, folder 10

Correspondence regarding 10" replicas, 1963-1966

Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding 10" replicas.
box 23, folder 11

Harvie, Eric L. (Glenbow Foundation), 1963-1966

Physical Description: circa 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, price lists.
box 23, folder 12

Museum Pieces, Inc., 1961-1966

Physical Description: circa 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reference materials.
 

Clients, 1913-1964

box 24, folder 1

1913-1919

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 24, folder 2

1920-1930

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 24, folder 3

1930-1939

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 24, folder 4

1940-1950

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 24, folder 5

1945-1949

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 24, folder 6

1951-1959

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 24, folder 7

1960-1964

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Correspondence, invoices, suppliers, 1928-1966

box 25, folder 1

Lists - bronzes made by various foundries, 1928-1966

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 25, folder 2

Roman Bronze Works, correspondence and invoices, 1926-1966

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 25, folder 3

Rudier Foundry invoices, 1928-1934

Physical Description: 16 items
box 25, folder 4

Cellini Bronze Works, correspondence and invoices, 1926-1966

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 25, folder 5

Grey Iron Casting Co., correspondence, 1946

Physical Description: 10 items
box 25, folder 6

Medallic Art Co., correspondence and invoices, 1941-1967

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 25, folder 7

Modern Art Foundry invoices, 1944-1965

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 25, folder 8

Bedi - Rassy Foundry invoices, 1958-1965

Physical Description: 15 items
box 25, folder 9

Baillie, Robert A. (sculptor, marble cutter), correspondence, invoices, 1921-1930

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 25, folder 10

Miscellaneous correspondence and invoices, 1924, 1928, 1959

Physical Description: 9 items
 

Series I.C. Correspondence about exhibitions, publications and lectures, 1920-1967

Physical Description: 1.5 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Arranged roughly chronologically, this subseries holds correspondence, invoices, reference materials, clippings and programs for Hoffman exhibits, correspondence and invoices regarding her book Sculpture inside and out, and letters relating to lectures. One folder contains Hoffman's obituaries.
 

Exhibitions, 1920-1967

box 26, folder 1

Gallery Exhibitions: correspondence and invoices, 1920-1967

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 26, folder 2-3

One-Person exhibits: correspondence, 1927-1930

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Traveling exhibit, 1934-1941

box 26, folder 4

Correspondence, 1934-1935

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 26, folder 5

Correspondence, lists, 1935-1937

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 26, folder 6-7

Correspondence, reference materials, lists, 1936-1939

Physical Description: circa 80 items
box 26, folder 8

Correspondence, clippings, photographs, 1937-1941

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 26, folder 9

Correspondence, clippings, 1942

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 26, folder 10

Lists of exhibitions, 1937-1962

Physical Description: 10 items
box 26, folder 11

Correspondence and lists of sculptures shown in various exhibitions, 1942-1967

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 26, folder 12

Guest lists for exhibit openings, 1928-1945

Physical Description: 5 items
box 26, folder 13-14

Grand Central Art Gallery correspondence, 1933-1935

Physical Description: circa 80 items
box 26, folder 15

The Newark Museum exhibition correspondence, 1942-1943

Physical Description: 14 items
box 26, folder 16

The Brooklyn Museum exhibit correspondence, lists, 1945

Physical Description: 15 items
box 26, folder 17

Mount Holyoke College exhibition and lecture correspondence, 1950-1957

Physical Description: 18 items
box 26, folder 18

Memphis, Tennessee Exhibit (1957), correspondence, 1956-1957

Physical Description: 17 items
box 26, folder 19

Hoffman's obituaries; exhibition programs, 1966-1982

Physical Description: 8 items, news clippings
box 26, folder 20

Miscellaneous correspondence, lists, undated

Physical Description: 3 items
box 26, folder 21

Exhibition photographs, circa 1930-1967

Physical Description: 21 photographs
 

Lectures, 1935-1958

 

Lectures completed, 1938-1944

box 27, folder 1

1938-1939

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 27, folder 2

1940

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 27, folder 3

1941-1944

Physical Description: circa 50 items
 

Lectures declined, 1935-1958

box 27, folder 4

1935-1938

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 27, folder 5

1939

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 27, folder 6

1940

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 27, folder 7

1941-1958

Physical Description: circa 25 items
 

W.W. Norton, correspondence and invoices regarding Sculpture inside and out, 1938-1964

box 28, folder 1

1938-1939

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 28, folder 2

1940-1947

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 28, folder 3

1948-1964

Physical Description: circa 30 items
 

Series I.D. Correspondence, War relief, Dance International, and miscellaneous, 1908-1984, undated

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and related papers document Hoffman's involvement in war relief efforts with the Red Cross, Yugoslavia / Serbian war relief, French artists war relief (Appui aux artistes). Letters and reference materials relate to the Dance International monument for the New York World's Fair. Miscellaneous papers include various inventories, printed ephemera, and letters.
 

American Red Cross, Dance International, studio visits, 1915-1957

box 29, folder 1

Music League of America, correspondence, reference materials, 1915-1918

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

American Red Cross, 1940-1944

box 29, folder 2

Correspondence, 1940-1944

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 29, folder 3

Receipts, invoices, 1940-1941

Physical Description: 8 items
box 29, folder 4

Reference materials for Service Pin, 1941

Physical Description: 14 items

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlets, drawings for service pin, photographs, watercolors.
 

Air Raid Warden, 1941-1942

box 29, folder 5

Correspondence, clippings and reference materials, 1941-1942

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 29, folder 6

Correspondence, reference materials regarding First Aid exams, 1941-1942

Physical Description: 18 items, plastic Air Raid arm band
box 29, folder 7

Air Raid Warden and Red Cross correspondence and photographs, 1917-1941

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 29, folder 8

Murray Hill Studio reference materials, correspondence, data, plans, 1938-1939

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 29, folder 9

Formal studio visits correspondence, 1937-1957

Physical Description: circa 50 items
 

Dance International, 1937

box 29, folder 10

Foreign affiliations reference materials, 1937

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 29, folder 11

Foreign countries correspondence, lists, reference materials, 1937

Physical Description: circa 20 items, news clippings
box 29, folder 12-14

Press releases, pamphlets, 1937

Physical Description: circa 65 items
box 29, folder 15

Lists of films and dancers, budgets, 1937

Physical Description: circa 40 items
 

Dance International, Appui Aux Artistes, 1914-1966

 

Dance International, 1937-1938

box 30, folder 1

Films, dancers' correspondence, 1937-1938

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 30, folder 2

Miscellaneous correspondence, lists, circa 1937

Physical Description: circa 50 items, photographs
box 30, folder 3

Maison Nationale de Retraite correspondence, photographs, 1945-1966

Physical Description: circa 25 items
 

Appui Aux Artistes - French Artists War Relief correspondence,

box 30, folder 4

1914-1916

Physical Description: circa 50 items, photographs
box 30, folder 5

1917-1919

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 30, folder 6

1920-1923

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 30, folder 7

1924-1938

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 30, folder 8

1939-1947

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 30, folder 9

undated

Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content Note

With report by Hoffman.
box 30, folder 10

French Artists War Relief lists and log of contributors, 1914-1918

Physical Description: 3 booklets
 

Yugoslavia/Serbian War Relief, 1908-1937, undated

box 31, folder 1

Kossovo Day celebration - correspondence, reference materials, pamphlets, 1918

Physical Description: circa 25 items, news clipping
box 31, folder 2

Pribicevic, Colonel Milan (portrait), correspondence, lectures, photographs, 1918-1920

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 31, folder 3

Tchernoff, Sampson (artist, "Begging Boy"), correspondence, postcards and pamphlet ("Exhibition of Serbian War Pictures"), undated

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 31, folder 4

Trivanovitch, Vaso correspondence, circa 1918-1937

Physical Description: 13 items, 1 photograph
box 31, folder 5

Yugoslavia correspondence, circa 1917-1921

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 31, folder 6-7

Yugoslavia reference materials, undated

Physical Description: circa 45 items

Scope and Content Note

Folder 7 contains report on "Impressions and facts," written by Hoffman, pamphlets, 1 picture book on Yugoslavia, other printed matter.
box 32, folder 1

Yugoslavia clippings, press releases, 1919-1920

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 32, folder 2

Maps of Yugoslavia and surrounding countries, undated

Physical Description: 6 maps
box 32, folder 3

American Yugoslav Relief, journals and bulletins (log of contributions), 1908, 1912, 1919

Physical Description: 4 books
box 32, folder 4

Serbian War photographs, 1919

Physical Description: circa 50 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Refer to Box 125, f7 for acetate negatives.
box 32, folder 5

Yugoslavia miscellaneous, undated

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 32, folder 6

American Red Cross - Mission to the Balkans correspondence, 1918-1920

Physical Description: 19 items
box 32, folder 7

American Relief Administration - correspondence, reference materials, 1919

Physical Description: 8 items
box 32, folder 8

American Yugoslav Relief correspondence, 1918-1919

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 32, folder 9

American Yugoslav Relief correspondence, reference materials, 1920-1921

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 32, folder 10

European Children's Fund correspondence, 1919-1920

Physical Description: 4 items
 

War Relief - Yugoslavia, Italy-Ethiopia conflict, 1933-1965

box 33, folder 1

American Friends of Yugoslavia - news bulletins, pamphlets, annual reports,audits, 1941-1964

Physical Description: 11 items
box 33, folder 2

American Friends of Yugoslavia correspondence, 1941-1942, 1961-1964

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 33, folder 3

The United Committee of South Slavic Americans publication, Bulletin, 1943-1944

box 33, folder 4

United Yugoslav Relief Fund of America, correspondence and news bulletin, 1943-1951, 1965

Physical Description: circa 40 items
box 33, folder 5

United Yugoslav Relief Fund of America correspondence, reports, 1942-1948

Physical Description: 26 items
box 33, folder 6

Yugoslavia (publication), 1942-1943

Physical Description: 5 items, news clipping, photographs
box 33, folder 7

Italy-Ethiopia conflict, correspondence, news articles, 1933-1936

Physical Description: 10 items
 

Miscellaneous correspondence, photographs, documents, clippings, 1921-1984, undated

box 34, folder 1

List of letters in Red File Box, undated

Physical Description: 1 item
box 34, folder 2

Miscellaneous photographs, 1958, undated

Physical Description: 6 photographs

Scope and Content Note

2 of Mia Slavenska; one of M. Hoffman w/Dali, National Arts Club, 1958, Epinal War Monument, portrait of "Bill," by John Flanagan.
box 34, folder 3

Field Museum of Natural History, miscellaneous correspondence, 1930-1971

Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Regarding "Portraits of Man" exhibition, 1971; Charles Hoffman (nephew of M. Hoffman). With Museum Bulletin.
box 34, folder 4

Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters, Office, 1984

Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

Bacchanale Frieze was featured in 1984 Pageant.
box 34, folder 5

Letters to J. Conner (Curator of Hoffman's estate), 1978

Physical Description: 6 items and photographs

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Emma Eames plaque.
box 34, folder 6

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman, correspondence, 1979, 1981

Physical Description: 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Regarding donation of "La Frileuse" to Jacksonville Children's Hospital in 1979 and 14 Studies of the Bacchanale Frieze to California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco in 1981.
box 34, folder 7

Pennington, Harper, The Whistler I Knew , undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Clipping of story.
box 34, folder 8

Women's Board, Field Museum, miscellaneous correspondence, 1930-1984

Physical Description: 9 items
box 34, folder 9

Play by Henri de Monfried, undated

Physical Description: 1 item
box 34, folder 10

Milliken Gerrish Mill, blueprints, undated

Physical Description: 3 items
box 34, folder 11

Exhibition of "Daboa" (African Dancing Girl) and "Mongolian Dancer" at Dance International, 1937

Physical Description: 11 items, news clippings

Scope and Content Note

Programs of events and exhibition catalog.
box 34, folder 12

London Conference of India, "Official Portraits," undated

Physical Description: 90 photographs
box 34, folder 13

Printed copies of articles written by Hoffman for Think magazine, 1944-1946

Physical Description: 2 copies
box 34, folder 14

Pamphlets, photographs and artwork pertaining to "Art Therapy for Disabled Veterans," article written by Hoffman for Think magazine, undated

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 34, folder 15

m KHAS-PA-CHEN-PO ELQKA HO-THOG-THU portrait photographs, with list and index of "Mudras" gestures, undated

Physical Description: 66 photographs
box 34, folder 16

Maps of demographics in Iran and Iraq, Field Museum, 1939

Physical Description: 2 maps
box 35, folder 1

Miscellaneous news clippings about dancing and Hoffman, 1921-1982

Physical Description: circa 50 items
 

Press releases, bulletins, pamphlets, and catalogs, 1943-1981, undated

Scope and Content Note

Regarding exhibitions and donations (Field Museum, Jacksonville University, St. Mary's Hospital (Minnesota), Far Gallery, New York City).
box 35, folder 2

"Mummies," by Richard A. Martin, Chicago Natural History Museum, 1948

box 35, folder 2

"Aleutian Islander," by George I. Quimby, Chicago Natural History Museum, 1944

box 35, folder 2

"The Races of Mankind," by Ruth Benedict and Gene Weltfish, undated

box 35, folder 2

"Le rôle de la femme dans une civilisation préhistorique de l'Argentine," by Emile R. Wagner and Duncan L. Wagner, 1937

box 35, folder 2

"La Civilizacion Chaco-Santiagueña y sus correlaciones con las del viejo y nuevo mundo," by Doctor Juan Olsacher, Compañia Impresora Argentina, S.A., 1936

box 35, folder 2

"Aboriginal Decorative Art From Arnhem Land, Northern Territory of Australia," by C.P. Mountford, 1939

box 35, folder 2

"Aboriginal Crayon Drawings IV: Relating to Every-Day Incidents of the Ngada Tribe of the Warburton Ranges of Western Australia," by C.P. Mountford, South Australian Museum, 1939

box 35, folder 2

"Aboriginal Crayon Drawings III: The Legend of Wati Jula and the Kunkarunkara Women," by C.P. Mountford, South Australian Museum, 1938

box 35, folder 2

"Women of the Adnjamatana Tribe of the Northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia," by C.P. Mountford and Alison Harvey, 1943, 1936-1981

Physical Description: 18 items
box 35, folder 3

Miscellaneous photographs, studies and drawings

Physical Description: circa 50 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of "The Sacrifice," "Bacchanale," "The Offering," "The Cock Fight," "Column of Life," the Rudier Foundry (negatives moved to Box 207, f.7), Postcards of Michel Mordkin, Presbrey-Leland, World Tour photographs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman.
 

Inventories, undated

box 36, folder 1

Chronology of one-woman exhibits, undated

Physical Description: 1 book
box 36, folder 2

Index of scrap books, undated

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

Index of photographs missing from archive, undated

box 36, folder 3

Negatives at Peter A. Juley

Scope and Content Note

[See Getty Research Library Special Collections Accession no. 82.P.9 for photographic prints.]
box 36, folder 3

Negatives at F.A.R.L. (Frick Library)

box 36, folder 3

Negatives in M. Hoffman collection

box 36, folder 3

Films and moving pictures

box 36, folder 3

Slides and transparencies

box 36, folder 3

Cuts and electrotypes

box 36, folder 4-5

Index to exhibition catalogs, articles, fan letters, correspondence, undated

 

Series II. Datebooks, 1902-1966, undated

Physical Description: 5 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

Hoffman's datebooks are for the most part appointment books; however, some contain diary entries letters, etc. Arranged chronologically.
 

Datebooks, 1926-1966

box 37, folder 1

1926

box 37, folder 2

1929-1931

box 37, folder 3

1930

box 37, folder 4

1931

box 37, folder 5

1931-1932

box 37, folder 6

1931

box 37, folder 7

1932

box 37, folder 8

1932

 

1933

box 37, folder 9

Part I, 1933 July 24 - November

box 37, folder 9

Part II, 1933 March 26/27, 1933 April 1

box 37, folder 9

Part III, 1933 January 1 - April 15

box 37, folder 9

Part IV, 1933 May 7 - 1934 January 6

box 37, folder 10

1933

box 37, folder 11

1934

box 37, folder 12

1935

box 38, folder 1

1936

box 38, folder 2

1937

box 38, folder 3

1938

box 38, folder 4

1939

box 38, folder 5

1940

box 38, folder 6

1941

box 38, folder 7

1942

box 38, folder 8

1943

box 38, folder 9

1944

box 38, folder 10

1945

box 38, folder 11

1946

box 38, folder 12

1947

box 38, folder 13

1948

box 39, folder 1

1949

box 39, folder 2

1950

box 39, folder 3

1951

box 39, folder 4

1952

box 39, folder 5

1953

box 39, folder 6

1954

box 39, folder 7

1955

box 39, folder 8

1956

box 39, folder 9

1957

box 39, folder 10

1958

box 39, folder 11

1959

box 39, folder 12

1960

box 40, folder 1

1961

box 40, folder 2

1962

box 40, folder 3

1963

box 40, folder 4

1964

box 40, folder 5

1965

box 40, folder 6

1966

box 40, folder 7

Collection of favorite poems and plays, transcriptions of Rodin letters, journal, 1902-1914

Scope and Content Note

Transcribed letters from Rodin (see also Box 9) and journal of M. Hoffman's relationship with him (originally housed in 3-ring binder).
 

Summary of diaries, 1914-1961

box 40, folder 8

1914-1944

box 41, folder 1

1944-1947

Scope and Content Note

Contents removed from original binder.
box 41, folder 2

1948-1961

Scope and Content Note

Contents removed from original binder.
 

Series III. Manuscripts, publications and lectures, 1807-1882, 1905-1966

Physical Description: 4.5 Linear Feet 9 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series comprises manuscripts and edited drafts of Hoffman's books, Sculpture inside out (1939), Heads and tales (1943) and Yesterday is tomorrow (1965), with publicity, letters of endorsement and reviews. Manuscripts and published copies of several magazine articles written by Hoffman are also represented. Transcripts of lectures given by Hoffman between 1913 and 1949 conclude this series. Correspondence about lectures is in Series I.
 

Heads and tales, 1943

box 42, folder 1

3 dummies

box 42, folder 2

Cover designs (3 samples, painted in acrylic)

box 42, folder 3

Samples of Illustrations with captions

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 42, folder 4

Criticisms, endorsements, publicity

Physical Description: circa 12 items
box 42, folder 5

1 draft in Spanish

box 42, folder 6

1 draft in English

 

Sculpture inside and out, 1939

box 43, folder 1

Dummy

box 43, folder 2-3

Unbound copies (2)

box 43, folder 4

Publicity

Physical Description: 4 items
box 43, folder 5

Design for illustration, p.104, figure 71, "Collection of Tools"

Physical Description: 1 item
 

Yesterday is tomorrow, 1807-1882, 1905-1966

box 44, folder 1

To oblivion, typescript, 1938-1940

Scope and Content Note

To oblivion was first title for Yesterday is tomorrow; Sparks among the stubble was the second title.
box 44, folder 2

Yesterday is tomorrow, first rewrite (annotated typescript), 1950-1954

box 44, folder 3

First draft personal section (annotated typescript), 1948

box 44, folder 4

Corrected manuscript (not final) - annotated typescript, 1956

box 44, folder 5-6

Rewrite

 

Volumes I-IV, 1807-1882, 1905-1942

box 45, folder 1

Volume I - Ancestors, (3 ring binder) 1807-1882

box 45, folder 2

Volume IV, 1905-1910

box 45, folder 3

Volume IV, 1910-1940

box 45, folder 4

Volume III, 1942

 

Final manuscripts, 1965-1966

box 46, folder 1

Final manuscript volume I (leather sheath binder), 1965

box 46, folder 2

Final manuscript Volume II (leather sheath binder), 1965

box 46, folder 3

Final manuscript Volume III (leather sheath binder), 1965

box 47, folder 1

Final manuscript Volume II, 1966

box 47, folder 2

Final manuscript Volume III, 1966

box 47, folder 3

Edited manuscript, 1966

box 47, folder 4

Annotated manuscript, Sparks among the stubble (with news clipping), 1951

box 47, folder 5

Yesterday is tomorrow, final annotated manuscript, Vol. IV, circa 1958

box 47, folder 6

Second corrected manuscript with list of contents, Book IV

box 48, folder 1

List of chapter headings

box 48, folder 2

Miscellaneous items, 1965

Scope and Content Note

H.E. Mendenhall poem, inspired by Hoffman, 1965; Commentary on Yesterday, by J. Bernard Zak; notes to publisher.
box 48, folder 3

Clippings, publicity and correspondence, circa 1965

Physical Description: circa 30 items, news clippings, photographs
box 48, folder 4

Correspondence regarding permissions for reproduction of photographs and articles by Hoffman, 1920-1963

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 48, folder 5

Manuscripts, articles and lectures written by Hoffman, circa 1919-1937

Scope and Content Note

Contains lecture material regarding Dance International and Hoffman's World Tour. Originally stored in a loose leaf binder.
box 48, folder 6

Manuscripts, articles written by Hoffman, 1933-1946

Physical Description: 4 items
 

Manuscripts of lectures, 1913-1949

box 49, folder 1

1913-1939

box 49, folder 2

1929-1949

box 49, folder 3

1929-1949

Scope and Content Note

Includes partial list of M. Hoffman lectures.
box 50

Articles written by Hoffman, 1920-1953

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Copies of published articles written by Hoffman.
 

Series IV. Periodicals, clippings, and exhibitions catalogs, 1915-1962, 1917-1980, undated

Physical Description: 7 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

This series contains exhibition announcements and catalogs, periodicals, and clippings of reviews of Hoffman's work and exhibitions. There is a small group of clippings, periodicals and photographs relating to other artists, in addition to several anthropological articles.
box 51-52

Clippings, articles and reviews of Hoffman's work, circa 1920-1966

Physical Description: circa 75 items
box 53

Hoffman's exhibition announcements cards, photographs of exhibits, and exhibition catalogs, 1915-1980

Physical Description: circa 65 items

Scope and Content Note

Two catalogs transferred to Box 210.
box 54

Periodicals relating to Hoffman: articles about Hoffman's work, 1939-1966

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes various articles about Hoffman's work, including Epinal and the International Dance Fountain.
box 55

Periodicals, exhibition catalogs about other artists, and anthropological articles, circa 1933-1955

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes various articles about Iacovleff, Lemordant and Mestrovic as well as several articles by French ethnographer Marcel Griaule.
 

Clippings, photographs and slides of work by other artists, 1918-1982, undated

box 56, folder 1

"Van Gogh: The Dutch Master from Modern Art Has His Greatest American Show," (from Life magazine), undated

box 56, folder 2

"George Braque: Great French Innovator Has Evolved a Serene Modern Art of His Own," (from Life magazine), undated

box 56, folder 3

"Georgia O'Keeffe," by Ernest Watson (from American Artist ), 1943 June

box 56, folder 4

"America's Famous of Modern Art is Wizard of Watercolors," by John Marin (from Life magazine), undated

box 56, folder 5

"William Orpen's Self-Portraits," by Frank Rutter, undated

box 56, folder 6

Iacovleff, undated

box 56, folder 7

Poster for Russian Ballet, undated

box 56, folder 8

Photographs of designs and murals by artists in Oslo, circa 1920-1956

Scope and Content Note

Alf Rolfsen, circa 1930; Axel Revold, circa 1928; Pev Krohg, circa 1925-1933; Aage Storstein, 1938; Henrik Sörensen, 1938; Edvard Munch, 1928; Erik Werenskiold, circa 1920-1933. Programs for exhibition for Mara Rucki, 1946, 1956.
box 56, folder 9

"Ville D'Arras - Les Peintures Murales de L'Hôtel De Ville," (with typewritten insert) undated

box 56, folder 10

"The Van Eyck Altarpiece" (from Life magazine), undated

box 56, folder 11

Announcement for "Doubt and Other Things," by Elihu Vedder (verse and illustration), undated

box 56, folder 12

"La Guerre," par Steinlen (Gordon), Numéro Spécial de Mars, 1918 (Quatrième Série de Guerre: Nº 1), L'Art et Les Artistes (monograph with photo of artist), 1918

box 56, folder 13

Article on Gaston La Touche, undated

box 56, folder 14

"George De La Tour," by René Huyghe (includes postcard), undated

box 56, folder 15

Miscellaneous clippings of illustrations, undated

Physical Description: 4 items
box 56, folder 16

Miscellaneous photographs of various art pieces, undated

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 56, folder 17

Art by George Miyasaki, 1982

Physical Description: 12 color slides
 

Clippings cut from Life Magazine, 1951-1952, undated

box 57, folder 1

L'Art Eglise, no. 2 (with letter stapled inside cover), 1951-1952

box 57, folder 2

Pictures and articles from Life - list of articles, undated

Physical Description: 1 item
box 57, folder 3-6

Miscellaneous articles from Life regarding art and culture, undated

Physical Description: 45 items
box 57, folder 7

Miscellaneous clippings for Scrapbooks, undated

Physical Description: circa 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Images of Churchill, Eisenhower, others.
 

Series V. Photographs, negatives, and copper printing plates, circa 1910-1965

Physical Description: 81 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

This series is arranged in three subseries. Photograph Albums, "The Races of Mankind," circa 1930-1933 documents Hoffman's field research and photographic studies of models for the "Races of Mankind," commissioned by Stanley Field in 1929 for the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
The second subseries, Photographs of projects, volunteer activities, and personal life, circa 1919-1964, contains photo albums and binders of photographs of Hoffman's life, including her trip to Serbia for the Yugoslavian War relief effort, photographs of Hoffman and Anna Pavlova, and of the work of several of Hoffman's artist friends.
The third subseries, Negatives, lantern slides, copper printing plates, circa 1915-1957, holds approximately 1,935 negatives, lantern slides and copper printing plates. Damaged acetate negatives and nitrate negatives are filed in Series X.
 

Series V.A. Photograph Albums, "The Races of Mankind," circa 1930-1933

Physical Description: 8 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

The albums cover the duration of the project, beginning in 1930 with Hoffman's eight month world tour expedition, and ending with the installation of the sculptures in the Hall of Man in 1933.
box 58A

Index to Albums of Facial Studies (Box 58-Box 64)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of handwritten index. The albums are not in the same order as the index, but each image in the albums is numbered and index is keyed to these numbers. Another copy of the index is in Box 107A, f.5.
box 58-64

Album of Facial Studies

box 65

Album, "Africa, Volume I" (World Tour)

box 66

Album, "Africa, Volume II" (World Tour)

box 67

Album, "India" (World Tour)

box 68

Album, "American Indian; Mayan; Hawaii; New Zealand; Andaman; Ainu; Japan" (World Tour)

box 69

Album, "Hall of Man, Volume I," circa 1933

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of works in the museum.
box 70

Album, "Hall of Man, Volume II," circa 1933

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of works in the museum.
box 71

Album, "Hall of Man - Africa," circa 1933

box 72

Album, "Hall of Man - Pacific," circa 1933

box 73

Album, "Hall of Man - Pacific - Malay," circa 1933

box 74

Album, "Small photographs of Hall of Man Sculptures," circa 1933

 

Series V.B. Photographs of projects, volunteer activities, and personal life, circa 1919-1964

Physical Description: 12 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Several binders are filled with images of Hoffman's major portraits and commissions such as the Bush House, the Hall of Man, the Joslin Hospital Project, and the International Dance Fountain, as well as images of her smaller projects. In particular, there are a number of photographic studies for the Bacchanale frieze, a project of 25 relief panels that Hoffman worked on intermittently for ten years. Complementing these studies are personal photographs of Hoffman with Pavlova along with books and concert programs of Pavlova's performances. Other photographs document Hoffman's travels and friendships. Finally, a small photo archive of work by Auguste Rodin, Ivan Mestrovic, Jean Julien Lemordant is supported by news clippings, scrapbooks and exhibition catalogs. Index to images found in each binder.
box 75

Album, "Serbian War Photographs," circa 1919

Scope and Content Note

Loose photographs and news clippings moved to Box 64, f.2.
box 76

Album, "Trip through Yugoslavia and Greece; American Red Cross; American Relief Administration," circa 1919

Scope and Content Note

Loose photographs and news clippings moved to Box 87, f.1.
box 77

Album, "World Trip," 1930-1935, 1953

Scope and Content Note

"Peking; Hong Kong; Macassar; Bali; Java; Malay Jungle; Burma; India; Ceylon; Suez; Paris, 1953; New Mexico, 1934; Paris, 1935."
box 78

Album, 1919-1923

Scope and Content Note

"Paris, 1919; Norton, CT 1920; Bar Harbor, 1920; Tyringham, 1921; Thousand Islands, 1920; England, 1923; Budapest, 1923."
box 79

Album, circa 1929

Scope and Content Note

"Paris Villa Chauvelot, 1929; Kossovo with Milan Pribicevic, 1929" (includes studies for "Breton Wrestlers." Loose photographs moved to Box 87, f.4.)
box 80

Album, personal photographs, 1937-1944

Scope and Content Note

Loose photographs moved to Box 87, f.5.
box 81

Album, circa 1936-1938

Scope and Content Note

"1936 - Nevada; California; Blerencourt, Scotland; Isle of Skye; Brittany 1937 - New York Studio; Anne Morgan; Yugoslavia; Louise Branch; Mestrovic; Venice; Paris Fair 1938 - New York Studio."
box 82

Album, circa 1935-1936

Scope and Content Note

"July 1935 - Scotland; Paris; Brittany, 1935-1936 - Mt. Kisco, 1936 - New York Studio."
box 83

Album, circa 1924

Scope and Content Note

"Hartsdale; Prides Crossing; Mestrovic in New York; Liverpool Cathedral; Bush House; France; Brittany; Riviera; Africa; d'Jerba; Zagreb; New York; Zaraga; Exposition Colonial Paris; Villa Asti; Santa Barbara; Hawaii; Japan; Ainus; Limét; 1924"
box 84

Album, "Photo Album, New England, etc." 1939-1945

 

Album, personal photographs, 1940-1964

box 85

1940-1959

box 86

1961-1964

 

Photographs, 1919-1944

box 87, folder 1

Loose photo from Album (Box 76), Trip to Yugoslavia - American Relief, circa 1919

box 87, folder 2

Loose photographs and news clippings from Album (Box 75), Serbian War Photographs, circa 1919

Physical Description: 17 items
box 87, folder 3

Scrapbook, "Bernard's Cloister Sculpture," undated

Physical Description: 3 items, photographs
box 87, folder 4

Loose photographs from Album (Box 79), Paris, Villa Chauvelot, "Breton Wrestlers," etc., 1929

Physical Description: 29 photographs
box 87, folder 5

Loose photographs from Album (Box 80); Miscell. photographs, (includes photographs of Emma Eames as "Desdemona" and Sam Grimson), 1937-1944

Physical Description: 4 items
 

Miscellaneous personal photographs of Malvina Hoffman, her artwork and friends. Binder indexed in four parts, 1936-1937

Scope and Content Note

For items below, refer to index found in binders.
box 88

Part I

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Thamara Lirrskaya, Dr. Fraenkel, Ernest Schelling and Enrique Granados, Appui Aux Artistes, Hoffman with Sam Grimson on their wedding day, Julia Dodge (Rea), Katherine Rhoades, the Brearley School, Eugene Rudier, Paul M. Warburg, Thomas J. Watson, Robert Baillie, "Pressure Points" (anatomical model), Madhavan (Shankar Ballet Co.) - 29 photographs total
box 88

Part II

Scope and Content Note

Trip to England and Scotland with Anne Morgan, Helen Draper, Bessie Lovett, Lady Reading.
box 88

Part III

Scope and Content Note

Portrait photographs (facial studies for portraits including Myrio and Desha, C.D. Batilliedlder, Colonel Milan Pribicevic, Chana Orloff, Marguerite Yourcenar, Edouard Shuré, Emma Eames, William A. Delano, Mei Lan-fang, Marcel Griaule - 21 photographs
box 88

Part IV: Paul Draper

Physical Description: 1 clipping, 5 photographs
 

Personal photographs; projects (Hall of Man)

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in five parts.
box 89

Part I: Portraits of Malvina Hoffman by other artists

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of works by Mestrovic, Angel Zarreega, C.D. Batelielder, A. Iacovleff, P. De Lanux, Belskie, Self-portrait by M.Hoffman - 16 photographs.
box 89

Part II: Kiki (Hoffman's cat)

Physical Description: 1 clipping, 9 photographs, 1 booklet
box 89

Part III: Greeting Cards

Physical Description: 6 photographs
box 89

Part IV: Hall of Man, Unity of Mankind Centerpiece

Physical Description: 7 photographs
box 89

Part V: Portraits of Asian "racial types"

Physical Description: 59 photographs
 

Projects (Hall of Man)

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in five parts.
box 90

Part I: Portraits of Oceanic and Australian "racial types"

Physical Description: 29 photographs
box 90

Part II: Portraits of European "racial types"

Physical Description: 23 photographs
box 90

Part III: Portraits of North American "racial types"

Physical Description: 7 photographs
box 90

Part IV: Portraits of South American "racial types"

Physical Description: 2 photographs
box 90

Part V: Portraits of Central American "racial types"

Physical Description: 1 photograph
 

Projects (Hall of Man, Bush House)

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in three parts.
box 91

Part I: Portraits of African "racial types"

Physical Description: 26 photographs
box 91

Part II: World Tour (personal photographs)

Physical Description: 20 photographs
box 91

Part III: Bush House, dedicated to "The Friendship of the English Speaking Peoples"

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings and photographs of the progress and installation of this commission - 10 clippings, 2 drawings, 1 invitation, 3 personal notes, 42 photographs, 1 program.
 

Projects (New York World's Fair, Joslin Hospital), 1939, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in two parts.
box 92

Part I: International Dance Fountain, New York World's Fair, 1939

Scope and Content Note

photographs of plasters and models of fountain in her studio - 12 photographs.
box 92

Part II: The Evolution of Medicine - Joslin Hospital, Boston, MA, 1956

Scope and Content Note

photographs of panels representing people throughout history who have made significant contributions to medicine and to the treatment of diabetes - 12 photographs.
 

Projects (monuments and portraits), 1922-1923, 1957

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in five parts.
box 93

Part I: Series of bronze doors and cemetery stones

Physical Description: 7 photographs
box 93

Part II: Presbrey Leland Company

Scope and Content Note

photographs of miscellaneous commissioned monuments - 2 ltrs, 28 photographs.
box 93

Part III: Ignace Paderewski, 1922-1923

Physical Description: 8 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Photo studies and portraits.
box 93

Part IV: Père Teilhard de Chardin

Physical Description: 9 photographs

Scope and Content Note

photographs studies and portrait.
box 93

Part V: John Keats, 1957

Physical Description: 2 clippings, 3 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Portrait studies and articles.
 

Photographs relating to Malvina's work and personal friendships, 1917-1924

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in five parts.
box 94

Part I: Malvina Hoffman photographed with her work

Physical Description: 35 photographs
box 94

Part II: "La Bacchanale," bas-reliefs, 1924

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Pavlova and Pavley posing for the panels - 1 lithograph, 21 photographs
box 94

Part III: "La Bacchanale Russe," group sculpture, 1917

Scope and Content Note

photographs of M. Hoffman with sculpture in Luxembourg Gardens - 8 photographs.
box 94

Part IV: "La Péri," 1921

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Pavley and Pavlova posing for the sculpture - 13 photographs.
box 94

Part V: Anna Pavlova

Scope and Content Note

Personal photographs with Hoffman, including Pavlova as the "Byzantine Madonna" - 15 photographs.
 

Photographs relating to Malvina Hoffman's work and personal friendships

Scope and Content Note

Binder indexed in seven parts.
box 95

Part I: Anna Pavlova

Scope and Content Note

Includes dancer posing for her role as "Immortal Swan," by Nakhimoff and as "La Gavotte" for Hoffman - 8 photographs.
box 95

Part II: The Rudier Foundry, Paris

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Pierre and Jean Limet - 30 photographs.
box 95

Part III: Malvina Hoffman's New York Studio

Physical Description: 9 photographs
box 95

Part IV: Malvina Hoffman's Paris Studio (with Sam Grimson and Kiki)

Physical Description: 17 photographs
box 95

Part V: Malvina Hoffman's models

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Shan-Kar ballet dancer, the Snow Leopard, Richard Hoffman, and child model for "La Frileuse" - 12 photographs.
box 95

Part VI: Malvina Hoffman as model (for her own sculptures)

Physical Description: 4 photographs
box 95

Part VII: Malvina Hoffman's students

Physical Description: 3 photographs
 

Miscellaneous photographs

box 96

Miscellaneous photographs

Scope and Content Note

photographs of art work by Michelangelo, Herbert Haseltine, Daniel Chestor French, Jozha Kljakovic, Chana Orloff and Donald De Lue - 92 photographs.
box 97, folder 1

Miscellaneous photographs (includes photo of Rita de Acosta Lydig)

Physical Description: 3 photographs
box 97, folder 2

Photographs with autographs (including autographed photo of T. Oucrainsky)

Physical Description: 2 photographs
box 97, folder 3

Bush House

Physical Description: 5 photographs, 1 booklet

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 91.
box 97, folder 4

Dance International Fountain

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 92.
box 97, folder 5

Ignace Paderewski, portrait studies

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 93.
box 97, folder 6

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, portrait studies

Physical Description: 6 photographs, 1 booklet

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 93.
box 97, folder 7

John Keats, portrait studies

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 93.
box 97, folder 8

Helen Frick, portrait studies

Physical Description: 4 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 93.
box 97, folder 9

Miscellaneous photographs of work by M. Hoffman

Physical Description: 14 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Includes portraits of Frances Rich, Col. Milan Pribicevic, Rita de Acosta Lydig, Richard Hoffman, Drs. William Henry Draper (1830-1901) and William Kinnicut Draper (1863-1926), Peacock Wall Fountain (1925), Bas- Relief for Mahoney City Post Office (1939), "Christ on the Cross" (1942), "Christ Walking on Water" (bronze statuette, 1946) and "Young Neptune" (fountain, 1925).
box 97, folder 10

"Bacchanale Russe" and "La Péri" - Pavley and Pavlova

Physical Description: 21 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 94.
box 97, folder 11

Miscellaneous photographs of other artists' work

Scope and Content Note

Related to Box 96. Includes S. Tchernoff's "Begging Boy," and Herbert Haseltine - 3 photographs (negatives transferred to Box 125).
box 98

Photo album, Dessins par Jean Julien Lemordant

 

Lemordant, Jean Julien / Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, undated

box 99, folder 1

Scrapbook of Jean Julien Lemordant I

Scope and Content Note

Black leather 3-ring binder, includes index to all three binders.
box 99, folder 2

Scrapbook of Jean Julien Lemordant II (black leather 3-ring binder)

box 99, folder 3

Scrapbook of Jean-Julien Lemordant III (black leather 3-ring binder)

box 99, folder 4

Jean-Julien Lemordant, clippings and photographs

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 99, folder 5

Jean-Julien Lemordant, exhibit announcements and review articles

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 99, folder 6

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, articles, booklets about him

Physical Description: circa 15 items
 

Mestrovic, Ivan

box 100

Photo album

box 101, folder 1-5

Miscellaneous photographs of work by Ivan Mestrovic

Physical Description: circa 125 items
box 101, folder 6-7

Miscellaneous pamphlets, exhibition announcements, clippings, and photographs

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 101, folder 8-9

Miscellaneous news clippings about Mestrovic

Physical Description: circa 30 items
 

Mestrovic / Lemordant

box 102*, folder 1

Miscellaneous photographs and exhibition announcements regarding Mestrovic

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Transferred from box 101
box 102*, folder 2

Miscellaneous news clippings photographs and announcements regarding Lemordant and exhibitions

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Transferred from box 99
 

Pavlova, Anna; Moore, Marianne; Shankar, Uday; Alexander, Arsene

box 103, folder 1

Anna Pavlova, booklets and programs

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 103, folder 2

Anna Pavlova, record of the Metropolitan Opera benefit

Physical Description: circa 10 items, news clippings
box 103, folder 3

Anna Pavlova, clippings and obituaries

Physical Description: circa 20 items, news clippings
box 103, folder 4

Anna Pavlova, books and programs

Physical Description: 5 items
box 103, folder 5

Marianne Moore, clippings

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 103, folder 6

Uday Shankar, booklets and photographs

Physical Description: circa 30 items, news clippings, 1 strip of negatives
box 103, folder 7

Article in French and English about Hoffman, written by Arsene Alexander

 

Rodin, Auguste

box 104, folder 1

Key to Rodin's Hotel Biron entrance (in leather-bound box)

box 104, folder 2

The Races of Mankind exhibit booklet

Physical Description: 9 copies
box 104, folder 3

Album, Rudier Collection of Rodin pieces

Physical Description: 1 item
box 104, folder 4

Photographs of Rodin's work in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 104, folder 5

Miscellaneous items related to Rodin

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

List of Rodin sculptures at the Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco. Envelope with Rodin quotes read at William K. Draper's funeral (Hoffman's brother in law).
box 104, folder 6

Assorted catalogs and books about Rodin

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 104, folder 7

One news clipping about Malvina Hoffman

 

Miscellaneous photographs of Rodin and his work, 1922, 1936, 1938

box 105, folder 1

Miscellaneous photographs of Rodin with family and friends

Physical Description: 26 photographs, 1 drawing, 1 negative

Scope and Content Note

Isadora Duncan, Malvina Hoffman; Rodin on his deathbed.
box 105, folder 2

Photographs of Rodin's work

Physical Description: 54 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Work in plaster, stone, and bronze.
box 105, folder 3

Miscellaneous photographs, 1936, 1938

Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of Hôtel Biron and Chapel of the Sacred Heart; an album "Photographs of works in New York, 1936," with a letter from Rudier inside; a list entitled "Books contained in Library at Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, 1938."
box 105, folder 4

Photo album: "Musée Rodin (Hôtel Biron)," 1922

 

Miscellaneous photographs, magazine articles, drawings about Auguste Rodin

box 106*, folder 1

Photographs, postcards and 1 booklet about Rodin, circa 1933

Physical Description: circa 10 items
 

Magazine articles about Rodin, 1911-1919, undated

box 106*, folder 2

"Le Musée Rodin," L'Art et Les Artistes, 1919

box 106*, folder 2

"Rodin and Freud: Masters of Ambivalence," by Parker Tyler, undated

box 106*, folder 2

"Rodin and the Tragedy of Sculpture," undated

box 106*, folder 2

"Auguste Rodin: His Life and Work, With a Consideration of the Proposed Room in the Metropolitan Museum of Art," by Robert MacCameron, Town & Country, Volume 65, No. 47, 1911 February 4

box 106*, folder 3

"L'Exil de Rodin," Le Magazine d'aujourd'hui , circa 1935

box 106*, folder 4

Miscellaneous works by or about Rodin, circa 1910-1912

Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes sketch of Rodin by M. Hoffman; "Mon Cher Maître" (1910), a caricature of Rodin from Vanity Fair; a photo of a Rodin bust (inscribed by Rodin to Duchesse de Choiseuil, and from the Duchesse to M. Hoffman in 1912).
box 106*, folder 5-7

Photographs of Rodin's work

Physical Description: 29 photographs
 

Indices, lists related to photographs and negatives, circa 1934, undated

box 107A, folder 1

Malvina Hoffman notes on her world trip and photographs, circa 1934?

Physical Description: 24 pages

Scope and Content Note

24 pages of typed comments (by Hoffman) on sources of photographic images (lantern slides?), some appear to be notes for a slide lecture or showing of Hoffman's films.
box 107A, folder 2

Index cards and lists, undated

Physical Description: 7 pieces

Scope and Content Note

Index cards for Sculptures in Gardens, circa 28 cards; list of images typed on large cards, arranged by country.
box 107A, folder 3

Photocopies of indices to negatives (taken from negative box)

Scope and Content Note

Indices to Negative binders 2, 3 and 4, from which negatives in Box 109 were re-housed. Copy of these lists also in Box 109. (See also Box 111.)
box 107A, folder 4

Hall of Man sculptures - negative lists

Physical Description: 7 items (18 pages)

Scope and Content Note

Photocopied indices from Negative volumes I, II, III, IV. (Refers to negatives now housed in Boxes 116-124, with another copy of the lists.) Includes 2 pages typed "Description of Bone Armour, Pekin; by Professor Lessing."
box 107A, folder 5

Index to images in the Albums of Facial Studies

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of handwritten indices to images in volumes in Box 58 - Box 64. Another copy in Box 58A.
box 107A, folder 6

Labels for Hall of Man bronzes

Scope and Content Note

Printed labels in buckrum case.
 

Series V.C. Negatives, lantern slides, copper printing plates, circa 1915-1957, undated

Physical Description: 10 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Negatives of personal images (Hoffman, family and friends), images from Hoffman's world trip, and images of her work. Refer to Series X, Boxes 207-209 for damaged acetate negatives pulled from throughout the archive and for the nitrate negatives.
 

Personal photographs, undated

Scope and Content Note

Glass and acetate negatives.
box 107, folder 1

Images of M. Hoffman with Ana Pavlova and miscellaneous images, including paintings by M. Hoffman

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 107, folder 2

Paintings by M.H.; "Kiki" (the cat), "Nursie," drawing by Hoffman, circa 1929 (magazine cover illustration), and sculpture by Alexander Iacovleff, circa 1929

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 107, folder 3

Images of the Paris villa, in the studio, and others

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 107, folder 4

Portrait, Samuel Grimson

Physical Description: circa 5 items
box 107, folder 5

Richard and Fidelia Lamson Hoffman, family portraits

Physical Description: circa 5 items
 

Glass and acetate negatives, 1930-1931, undated

box 108, folder 1

Miscellaneous images

Physical Description: circa 90 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of world trip, Kiki, others. Glass and acetate negatives.
box 108, folder 2

Altamira Caves

Physical Description: circa 35 items
box 108, folder 3

Monet in His Garden

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 108, folder 4

Sculpture in gardens

Physical Description: circa 70 items

Scope and Content Note

England, Switzerland, Spain, Italy.
box 108, folder 5

Sculpture in gardens (France)

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 108, folder 6

Sculpture in gardens (U.S.A.)

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 109, folder 1

Glass negatives, lantern slides, 1930-1931, undated

Physical Description: circa 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives of Paris from the world trip, 1930-1931; lantern slides for M. Hoffman lecture, "Sculpture of garden architecture."
box 109, folder 3

Film negative strip, undated

Scope and Content Note

8mm negative film with ten frames.
 

Negatives: Pavlova and dance sculptures, undated

box 110, folder 1

Photographs of "Bacchanale," "La Péri," "Les Orientales," "Russian Dancers," and Serge Oukrainsky lithograph

Physical Description: 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives.
box 110, folder 2

"Mort Exquise," "Gavotte" and "Bacchanale"

Physical Description: circa 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass and acetate negatives.
box 111

Negatives

Physical Description: circa 200 items

Scope and Content Note

Negatives, binders 2-4; small images of gardens and garden sculpture; an inventory. See also Box 107A, f.3.
 

Negatives of work by Malvina Hoffman, 1912, circa 1937-1939

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives.
box 112, folder 1

"Bacchanale" and "Ballet Russe"

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 112, folder 2

"Mordkin Laughing," "Woman Dancing (Bacchanale)"

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 112, folder 3

"La Frileuse," "La Femme de Trente Ans," "Gargoyle - Grotesque Mandolin Player," "Fawn Surprised (ballet dancer - 'L'Après-midi d'un faune')," 1912

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 112, folder 4

Pavlova and Malvina Hoffman

Physical Description: circa 5 items
box 112, folder 5

New York World's Fair and International Dance Fountain, circa 1937-1939

Physical Description: 5 items
 

Negatives, Bacchanale, undated

box 113, folder 1

Pavlova and Mordkin posing for "Bacchanale"

Physical Description: circa 13 items

Scope and Content Note

Acetate negatives and contact sheets.
box 113, folder 2-3

Bacchanale frieze

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives.
box 113, folder 4

Acetate negatives of Bacchanale frieze panels

Physical Description: circa 25 items
box 114, folder 1

Pavlova and Mordkin posing for "Bacchanale"

Physical Description: circa 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives.
 

Negatives, Hall of Man, Indian dancers, 1937, undated

box 114, folder 2

Assorted dance and Hall of Man sculptures

Physical Description: circa 30 items

Scope and Content Note

Acetate negatives; 1 negative moved to Box 208.
box 115, folder 1

Field Museum plasters (Asian dancers, etc.), undated

Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives.
box 115, folder 2

Hindu Dancers -- Shankar and Madhavan, 1937

Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives; showing series of South Indian Mudras with title of each position.
box 115, folder 3

Madhavan (East Indian Dancer from Ballet company), undated

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Acetate negatives; 3 damaged negatives moved to Box 208.
 

Negatives: World Tour and Hall of Man, circa 1930-1934, undated

Scope and Content Note

See photocopied list of images in Box 107A.
box 116, folder 1

Glass negatives for lecture, 1933

Physical Description: 20 items

Scope and Content Note

For lecture at Colony Club regarding world trip and types.
 

Acetate negatives

box 116, folder 2

Volume I

Physical Description: 89 items

Scope and Content Note

World tour. 3 damaged negatives moved to Box 208. See negative list, Box 107A, f.4.
box 116, folder 3

Volume II

Physical Description: 46 negatives

Scope and Content Note

World tour. See negative list, Box 107A, f.4.
box 116, folder 4

Volume III

Physical Description: 125 negatives

Scope and Content Note

World tour. See negative list, Box 107A, f.4.
box 116, folder 5

Volume IV

Physical Description: 108 negatives

Scope and Content Note

World tour. See negative list, Box 107A, f.4.
box 116, folder 6

Acetate negatives: Hall of Man

Physical Description: 6 negatives
box 116, folder 7

Acetate negatives: India (World Tour)

Physical Description: 56 negatives
box 116, folder 8

Acetate negatives: China (World Tour)

Physical Description: 85 negatives
box 117, folder 1

Glass negatives: Hall of Man sculptures

Physical Description: circa 45 items
box 117, folder 2

Photocopied list of glass and acetate negatives, Hall of Man sculptures. See another copy in Box 107A, f.4.

Physical Description: 6 items
box 118, folder 1

Glass negatives: World Tour, 1930-1932

Physical Description: 13 items
box 118, folder 2

Glass negatives: Hall of Man Bronzes

Physical Description: 24 items

Scope and Content Note

1 group of acetate negs moved to Box 209.
 

Glass negatives: World Tour, 1930-1932

box 118, folder 3

1930-1932

Physical Description: 22 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Gypsy dancers and Jaipur, Burma, Cambodia, Ceylon; Brittany - St. Guénolé and La Malvi Calvaire; Paris (Villa Asti); Pierre and Fils Limet; and New York - "L'après midi d'un faune."
box 118, folder 4

circa 1930-1932

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 119, folder 1

1931-1932

Physical Description: 17 items

Scope and Content Note

"Racial Types," taken by S.B. Grimson.
box 119, folder 2

Glass negatives, photographs, undated

Physical Description: 8 items
box 120, folder 1

Glass negatives from World Trip, circa 1930-1933

Physical Description: circa 60 items

Scope and Content Note

Images by M. Hoffman and S. Grimson.
 

Lantern Slides: Yugoslavian War Relief, 1918-1933, undated

 

Used in Yugoslavia lecture, circa 1918-1919

box 120, folder 2

Captions, 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 120, folder 3

Of drawings by Hoffman, 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 120, folder 4

Images of war and relief effort in Yugoslavia, circa 1918

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 120, folder 5-7

"Views in Balkans," circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 120, folder 8

Maps of Serbia, 1918

Physical Description: 4 items
box 120, folder 9

World trip and Mestrovic portrait, undated

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 120, folder 10

Used in lecture on Yugoslavia, circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items

Scope and Content Note

With list of slides.
box 120, folder 11

Images of war and relief in Yugoslavia, circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
 

Negatives: portraits, undated

box 121, folder 1

Glass negatives: miscellaneous portraits and sculptures

Physical Description: 17 items
box 121, folder 2

Acetate negatives, miscellaneous portraits by Hoffman

Physical Description: circa 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Keats, Moore, Morgan, others.
box 121, folder 3

Glass negatives, portraits by Hoffman

Physical Description: 9 items

Scope and Content Note

Robert Bacon.
 

Negatives, lantern slides: portraits, Dance International/New York World's Fair, circa 1912-1964

box 122, folder 1

Acetate negatives: portraits by M. Hoffman, circa 1912-1964

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Charles Malik, 1956; Henry de Monfried, 1954; Henry David Thoreau, 1962; John Keats, 1912-1926; Ivan Mestrovic, 1947; Father Teilhard de Chardin, 1948, 1964; Marshall Field, 1958; Marguerite Yourcenar, 1962; Mr. Bayard Dodge, 1962; Professor Hockin; Katherine Cornell (acetate negatives for International Dance Fountain, New York World's Fair, circa 1937-1939).
box 122, folder 2

Lantern slides, used in lecture, "War and Relief in Serbia," circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 122, folder 3

Glass negatives: "Views of the Balkans," circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 122, folder 4

Glass negatives: Serbian drawings, circa 1919

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 122, folder 5

Lantern slides, "Serbian War photographs," 1919

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Transferred from photo album, Box 75.
box 123

Glass negatives: Portraits by Hoffman

Scope and Content Note

James Greenleaf Croswell, Richard Hoffman, "L'Offrande," "Sacrifice," and Henry Clay Frick.
 

Negatives of work by Malvina Hoffman, undated

box 124

"Sacrifice," Paderewski, Boldini, Emma Eames and "The Mattress Maker [Edouard Schuré]," undated

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Glass negatives of portraits by Hoffman.
box 125, folder 1

Acetate negatives, Binder 1

Physical Description: circa 30 items

Scope and Content Note

With photocopied list of negatives. One negative moved to Box 208, f.1.
box 125, folder 2

Acetate negatives, photographs of sculptures and portraits

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Bullfight series.
box 125, folder 3

Acetate negatives of sculptures and portraits

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Epstein memorial.
box 125, folder 4

Acetate negatives of miscellaneous works

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Edouard Shuré, "Paris Neighbor - Mattress Maker," Paderewski, Mestrovic, "Hand of Lemordant," others.
box 125, folder 5

Acetate and glass negatives of Hoffman sculptures

Physical Description: circa 15 items

Scope and Content Note

"Surprise," Joslin Hospital panels, Epinal Monument.
box 125, folder 6

Strips of unidentified negatives

Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content Note

35mm Kodak film taken from Box 97. photographs of Pavlova, "Bacchanale," "Shilluk Warrior," and "Hindu Incense Burner."
box 125, folder 7

Acetate negatives, "Serbian War photographs"

Physical Description: circa 25 items

Scope and Content Note

Removed from Box 32, f.4.
 

Negatives, lantern slides, 1957, undated

box 126, folder 1

Glass negatives: Rudier Foundry, "Elemental Man," and International Dance Fountain

Physical Description: 15 items
box 126, folder 2

Lantern slides: "American Friends of France," World War II, Anne Morgan, others

Physical Description: 11 items
box 126, folder 3

Lantern slides: Joslin Project finished panels, 1957

Physical Description: 6 items
box 126, folder 4

Lantern slides: Joslin Project, medical data for panels, 1957

Physical Description: 8 items
box 126, folder 5

Lantern slides: Joslin Project, 1957

Physical Description: 7 items
box 126, folder 6

Glass negatives: miscellaneous portraits, sculptures

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 126, folder 7

Acetate negatives and lantern slides: miscellaneous sculptures

Physical Description: circa 30 items

Scope and Content Note

American Friends of France, International Dance Fountain, "Progress tests - unfinished Epinal."
 

Negatives of work by Malvina Hoffman, undated

box 127, folder 1

Glass plate negatives: "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse"

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 127, folder 2

Acetate negatives: photo murals

Physical Description: circa 50 items
box 127, folder 3

Acetate negatives: "The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse"

Physical Description: circa 20 items
box 127, folder 4

Acetate negatives: Sculpture inside and out

Physical Description: circa 50 items
 

Negatives, lantern slides: works by Hoffman, undated

box 128, folder 1

Lantern slides: miscellaneous works

box 128, folder 2

Lantern slides: unidentified

Physical Description: circa 50 items

Scope and Content Note

With a list.
box 128, folder 3

Acetate negatives, miscellaneous images

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes S. Grimson's images and foundry images.
box 128A

Lantern slides: Yugoslavia, undated

Scope and Content Note

29 images, 7 of which are of drawings (M. Hoffman) of people.
box 128B

Lantern slides: Ballet, busts, undated

Scope and Content Note

35 images, 33 of a ballet (L'Après-midi d'un faune?), one of a bust of Paderewski (by M. Hoffman), one of a bust of a man (by M. Hoffman) image labelled "Straits Settlements Malay, Sakai Jungle Tribe" from the Chicago Nat. History Museum exhibit.
box 128C

Lantern slides: Gardens, undated

Scope and Content Note

32 images of gardens and garden sculptures in Italy, England, U.S.A, France, India, Cambodia.
box 128

Lantern slides: M. Hoffman sculptures, undated

Scope and Content Note

22 images: 2 of Col. Milan Pribricenvic; 8 of the Bush House sculpture group; 8 of the Four Horsemen; 4 unidentified.
 

Copper plates of photographs, undated

box 129

Plate 1: "M. Hoffman's signature"

box 129

Plate 2: "Photo of M. Hoffman"

box 129

Plate 3: "William Adams Delano"

box 129

Plate 4: "Ivan Mestrovic (drawing)"

box 129

Plate 5: "Marble Portrait of Thoreau"

box 129

Plate 6: "Daboa" (Hall of Man)

box 129

Plate 7: "Sir Raina Krishna (in Alabaster)"

box 129

Plate 8: "Père Limet (drawing)"

box 129

Plate 9: "Marble Portrait of Keats"

box 129

Plate 10: "Mongolian Archer (Hall of Man)"

box 129

Plate 11: "Portuguese Rider of Lipizzian Horse (1955)"

 

Copper plates of photographs, undated

box 130

Plate 1: "Ivan Mestrovic - Heroic (1/2 figure)"

box 130

Plate 2: "Bali Dancer with Fan (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 3: "Pièrre Leconte du Moñy"

box 130

Plate 4: "Rickshaw Driver (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 5: "Japanese Lady (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 6: "Senegalese Male - Heroic Head (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 7: "Female Javanese Dancer - Heroic Head (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 8: "Hands, Vita Nuova"

box 130

Plate 9: "Daboa (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 10: "Jaipur Lady (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 11: "Daboa (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 12: "Bullfight series: Mulka - 'Natural'"

box 130

Plate 13: "Mongolian Archer (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 14: "Pièrre Teilhard de Chardin"

box 130

Plate 15: "Bullfight series"

box 130

Plate 16: "Bullfight series: Matador, 'Veronica'"

box 130

Plate 17: "Bacchanale Frieze"

box 130

Plate 18: "Bali Woman (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 19: "Dutch East Indies Group (Hall of Man)"

box 130

Plate 20: "Bullfight series: 'Picador'"

 

Copper plates of photographs, undated

box 131

Plate 1: "Senegalese Heroic Head (Hall of Man)"

box 131

Plate 2: "Boldini"

box 131

Plate 3: "Samoan Male (Hall of Man)"

box 131

Plate 4: "Hamite (Hall of Man)"

box 131

Plate 5: "M. Hoffman with Kiki in Paris Garden"

box 131

Plate 6: "Male Javanese Dancer (Hall of Man)"

box 131

Plate 7: "Bali Woman"

box 131

Plate 8-9: "Corner Design Woodcut for Grand Central Gallery Catalogue," 1929

Physical Description: 2 pieces
box 131

Plate 10-13: "Bacchanale Frieze"

Physical Description: 4 plates
box 131

Plate 14: "Tam-Tam - African Drummer (Hall of Man)"

box 131

Plate 15: "Shilluk Warrior"

box 131

Plate 16: "Armenian Jew"

 

Copper plates of photographs, undated

box 132

Plate 1: "Père Limet (drawing)"

box 132

Plate 2: "Horse's Head for Gate Post"

box 132

Plate 3: "Mask of African Slave"

box 132

Plate 4: "Martinique Woman (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 5: "Coal Man"

box 132

Plate 6: "Samoan-Polynesian man bust (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 7: "Marble portrait of John Keats bust"

box 132

Plate 8: "Cantonese Woman (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 9: "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (frieze)"

box 132

Plate 10: "Ivan Mestrovic (1/2 of Heroic size figure)"

box 132

Plate 11: "Daboa (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 12: "Kashmiri in Meditation"

box 132

Plate 13: "Cantonese Woman, Mud Carrier (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 14: "Kalahari Bushwoman and Baby (Hall of Man)"

box 132

Plate 15: "Bacchanale (Pavlova and Morkdin) - Art Deco Design" (plate for lithograph)

 

Series VI. Videocassettes and sound cassettes, 1924-1939, 1961, undated

Selected video recordings: 1964-1993

Physical Description: 29 videocassettes, 2 sound cassettes

Scope and Content Note

The series contains use copies, on VHS, of the original 16mm. nitrate films that have been reformatted. Series X. describes the 55 original films (in 60 separate film elements) and the archival and copy masters. Not all films have been reformatted. Three reformatted films have masters, but no use copies (F22, F32, F44) as of 2004 Feb.
About 12 films document dancing around the world for Hoffman's Field Museum commission. Eight films document artists and art techniques. Among these are a biography of Auguste Rodin by Thomas Cravens and several films of Ivan Mestrovic at work by J. J. Cunningham. Approximately seven films are of Hoffman, her work, friends, and her travels.
Two sound cassettes feature Malvina Hoffman. Cassette C1 contains a 1961 interview with Hoffman regarding the Hall of Man project, and Hoffman reading a radio address from June 7, 1933 on the occasion of the opening of the Hall of Man. Cassette C2 contains a copy of the 1961 interview.
 

Videotapes, 1924-1939, undated

reel F1

Hindu Dancer Inyoka, 1937

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (6:28) : sd., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Nyota Inyoka performs three different dances. One is the "Vishnu," an evocation of Parvati, the god of dance.
Film made by Fred Hotchkiss?
reel F2

Duk-Duk Dancers of New Guinea, circa 1930

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (12:15) : si., b&w ; use copy.
Film made by British Film Institute.
reel F3

Shantaniketan - India dancing; Andaman Islands - native life 1930

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (7 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Two Indian girls perform a classical dance. Next, the "best" dancer in India performs. Scenes of Queen Islone and her family, and men hunting on the Andaman Islands follow.
reel F4

English folk dancing, circa 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (12:10 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
English folk dancers perform the Morris, the Baccha Pipe Jig, the Broom Dance, the Country Dance, the Long Sword Dance and the Short Sword Dance. Made for Dance International.
reel F5

Dogon Dancing Ceremony, South Sahara District, Pt. I, circa 1930

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (13:36 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Sudanese enact an elaborate funeral ceremony that consists of singing, dancing, and mock death. Film made by Marcel Griaule.
reel F6

Dogon Dancing Ceremony, South Sahara District, Pt. II, circa 1930

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (14:20 min.) : si., b&w : use copy.
See F5. Marcel Griaule film. Reformatted from nitrate films 6A and 6B.
reel F7

Gypsies and Bhats, India: Dancing around the world, Part IV, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (8:42 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Two Indian girls, an Indian man, a gypsy troupe of Bhats and the leading ladies of the Jaipur palace dance.
reel F8

Ceylon Devil dancers: Dancing around the world, Part V, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (6:44 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
A man performs a Cinhalese Devil Dance at Kandy.
reel F9

Kriss, solo; Djocia, 3 dancers: Dancing around the world Part II, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (9:29 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Students receive instruction in dance at a "wayside dancing school" and various dancers exhibit costumes of princes and heroes.
reel F11

Burma: Dancing around the world Part III, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (8:48 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Little girls dance at Rangoon. Dancers smoke "the wackin' white cheroot." Burmese delegate Aung Thin shakes hands with Malvina Hoffman. Gretchen Green is seen briefly.
reel F13

Samoa and Bali: Dancing around the world Part I, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (6:50 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
A Samoan War Dance is performed with an orchestra after a prayer is chanted.
reel F15

Paris, Villa Chauvelot, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (9:47 min.) : si., b&w ; use copy.
Malvina Hoffman, her sister Helen Draper, Marie-Louise Emmet, and Sam Grimson walk along the grounds of Villa Chauvelot and act playfully. Interspersed are scenes of Malvina talking to Lemordant (as a clown). A brief shot of the ship "Malvina" follows.
reel F16

Model of M. Hoffman reredo for San Francisco [interior church scenes], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (3:57 min.) : si., b&w, col. ; use copy.
reel F30

Persian dancers, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (12 min.) : si., col. ; use copy.
Dancers perform in four different settings.
reel F33

Rodin, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) : sd., b&w ; use copy.
Biographical film of Rodin for which Hoffman served as art consultant.
reel F35B

Composers in Clay, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (18:14 min.) : sd., b&w ; use copy.
The film details the processes and styles of sculptors Scwegg, Bourdelle, Wlerick, Belmondo, Yencesse, Niclausse, Gaumont, Poisson, Cornet, Dejean, Le Mardedieu, Collamarin and Martin. Malvina Hoffman is the art consultant.
reel F36

Persian dancers and Hindu dancers [Inyoka], before 1937

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (18 min.) : sd., titles, b&w ; use copy, + copy 2.
Persian dancers perform a lovers' dance, a dance to worship the Sacred Goat, and classical dances from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Nyota Inyoka performs. Original film made in Paris. (See also F1.)
(VHS copy 2, originally mis-labelled as F32.)
reel F37-40

4 films reformatted on 1 VHS, 1931, 1939, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (11:05 min.) : si., b&w ; use copy. Holds the following films:
F37: Villa Chauvelot; Hartsdale garden; Arbor House; Ethel and Bill; San Sebastian, undated
F38: Santa Barbara; Jim and Chas. Kline; Mitchell Ranch; Carriages, 1931.
F39: New York World's Fair, Hildreth Meiere murals, 1939.
F40: Horse show, Mt. Kisco, undated
reel F41

Wuta Sculpture, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (15:06 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Footage (includes titles and animation) documents step-by-step the sculpture process of Ivan Mestrovic, and others.
reel F42

Wuta Sculpture, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (15:07) : si., b&w ; use copy.
reel F47

Mestrovic ["Best"], J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (6 min.) : si., col. ; use copy.
Men, women, and children take a tour of an exhibition of Ivan Mestrovic's work; children draw pictures of his work. Close-ups of Mestrovic's work. Same as, but "better" version of F48 (?) according to inventory in Box 36, f.3.
reel F48

Mestrovic, J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (6 min.) : si., col. ; use copy.
Same as, or continuation of F47, which is labelled as the better version.
reel F50

Charles Sargeant Jagger, before 1934

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (3:48 min.) : sd., b&w ; use copy.
Profile of the English sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger. His sculpting methods are detailed. The film focuses primarily on his portrait of King George V.
reel F51

Mestrovic - making Indians, Zagreb, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (15:12 min.) : si., titles, b&w ; use copy.
Mestrovic in Zagreb working on sculptures of American Indians.
reel F52

Questions and Answers with Wendell Wilkie, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (4 min.) : sd., b&w ; use copy.
Wendell Wilkie explains why he thinks he should be President and offers his opinion on the topics of unemployment, the New Deal, farm labor, war, and national defense.
reel F53

Thomas J. Watson, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (10:11 min.) : si., b&w ; use copy.
Thomas J. Watson at 2 different occasions.
reel F55

Bronze Pouring, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (7:08 min.) : si., b&w ; use copy.
A sculpture is cast in bronze.
reel F56

Our World in Review, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (10:12 min.) : sd., b&w ; use copy.
Short profiles of artists Ivan Mestrovic, James Montgomery Flagg, and W.T. Benda. Flagg and Benda speak about their work.
reel F57

Hartsdale, N.Y., 1924

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (3:24 min.) : si., b&w ; use copy.
Malvina Hoffman and Marie-Louise Emmet shake hands. Malvina and others pick flowers and walk around the grounds.
box 134A

Sound cassettes, 1961

Scope and Content Note

C1: 1 sound cassette (Maxell) : analog.
Side 1: Interview with Malvina Hoffman; Side 2: Hoffman reading a radio address from June 7, 1933 on the occasion of the opening of the Hall of Man, plus same interview as on Side 1.
C2: 1 sound cassette (TDK) : analog.
Interview with Malvina Hoffman regarding the Hall of Man (same as on C1). Side 2: blank.
 

Series VII. Travel diaries, postcards, scrapbooks and memorabilia, 1897-1966, undated

Physical Description: 40 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

Diaries contain detailed accounts of Hoffman's travels, and include three journals of anthropological notes used for the Hall of Man. There is a small collection of postcards, some in albums, with images of art and European cities. Thirty two scrapbooks kept by Hoffman from 1899 until 1966 are comprised of clippings and photographs relating to her work and art in general. One box holds memorabilia, papers, and assignments from Hoffman's years at the Brearley School (1898-1903).
 

Travel diaries, 1902-1916

box 134, folder 1

"Yellowstone National Park," 1902

Scope and Content Note

With photographs.
box 134, folder 2

"Boar's Head, Dick Davis, Mt. Kisco," 1909

box 134, folder 3

"First European Trip: N.Y. Azores, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, Rome, Como, Florence, Paris (Rodin), London, Keats," 1910

box 134, folder 4

"Paris, New York, Rodin, S. Grimson," 1911-1912

Physical Description: circa 11 items inserted

Scope and Content Note

Handmade book of transcribed poems with clippings and photographs.
box 134, folder 5

"Bar Harbor, Paris, New York" 1913-1916

Scope and Content Note

Drawings and photographs of Hoffman, her family and her work; includes news clippings.
box 135, folder 1

Athens, Kossovo, Mipan, Paris, 1919

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs and news clippings.
 

World Trip - Hall of Man, 1928-1931

box 135, folder 2

1930-1931

Scope and Content Note

Includes Hall of Man data (with list of plasters).
box 135, folder 3

1930-1931

Scope and Content Note

Hall of Man data, kept by Gretchen Green (secretary to Hoffman during the trip).
box 135, folder 4

1928-1931

Scope and Content Note

Hall of Man data, trip to Africa; list of bronzes in Hall of Man.
box 135, folder 5

Diary, 1948

 

Postcards and postcard albums, undated

box 136, folder 1

"Races of Mankind"

Physical Description: circa 75 items

Scope and Content Note

Loose postcards of Hall of Man sculptures.
box 136, folder 2

Packet of postcards of Tunis

box 136, folder 3

Postcards of Gabès, Médénine, and Tunis

Physical Description: circa 30 items
 

Postcard albums, circa 1919

box 136, folder 4

"Paintings" (various artists)

box 136, folder 5

"Sculpture: Rodin, Houdon, Meunier"

box 136, folder 6

"Genoa; Rome; Pompeii; Florence" (with images of New Hampshire and New England)

box 136, folder 7

"Chalons Sur Marne; Compiègne; Battle of Verdun, 1916"

box 136, folder 8

"Paintings (Old Masters); Reims; Fêtes en l'honneur de Jeanne d'Arc (Compiègne, 1911)"

box 136, folder 9

"Paris; Versailles; Pierrefonds; Venice; Macedonia - Salonica (caricatures)"

box 136, folder 10

"Mont St. Michel; Les Andelys; Versailles; Barbizon St. Cloud; Montainbleau; Rouen Peasant Costumes; London"

box 137, folder 1

"Paris et Petit Métiers de Paris"

box 137, folder 2

"France; Holland; Modern Art (Gaston La Touche, etc.)"

box 137, folder 3

"Salonica - Greek Sculptures in Athens; Modern Sculptures in America"

box 137, folder 4

"Chateaux (France)"

box 137, folder 5

"French Cathedrals and Fountains"

box 137, folder 6

Images of soldiers from Scotland, England and France; La Pompelle and Berry au Bac after World War I; March of Victory, circa 1919

box 137, folder 7

"Sculpture"

Scope and Content Note

Images of L'Abbaye de Saint-Denis, Indian sculpture [British Museum and Victoria Albert Museum], Italian and French sculpture [Michelangelo, Donatello] and Egyptian sculpture.
box 137, folder 8

Postcard packet, "Serbian Warriors," by S. Tchernoff

 

Notebooks and papers from Brearley School, 1899-1915, undated

box 138, folder 1

Midyear exams notebook, 1901

box 138, folder 2

Art notebook

Scope and Content Note

With mounted illustrations of art work and notes on master artists.
box 138, folder 3

Notebook of assorted assigned papers, 1899-1902

box 138, folder 4

"History of Art" handmade book, 1903

box 138, folder 5

"Poems, Musings, Random Thoughts and Observations"

Physical Description: circa 40 items, news clippings
box 138, folder 6

"Harper Pennington's words to Hoffman, transcribed by Hoffman," 1909

box 138, folder 7

"June Night - Musings (in a studio)," undated

box 138, folder 8

"Odds and Ends," undated

Scope and Content Note

Notebook with loose papers, news clippings.
box 138, folder 9

"Russian language notebook," circa 1915

box 138, folder 10

Sheet Music, "Under the Balcony, Song for a Medium Voice With Piano Accompaniment, by Malvina & Richard Hoffman (based on Poem by Oscar Wilde)," undated

box 139

Scrapbook, 1897-1907

box 140

Photo Album, "Trip Abroad , Vol. 9" 1910

box 141

Scrapbook, 1911-1930

box 142

Scrapbook, Bush House Project, 1922-1947

box 143

Scrapbook, "[Hoffman's] Personal Descriptions and thoughts regarding models for Field Works [Hall of Man]," circa 1930-1933

box 144

Visitor's book to Hoffman's studio and exhibitions, circa 1938-1961

box 145

Scrapbook, "The Civilization of the Mycenae," undated

box 146

Scrapbook, "Book of Symbols," undated

box 147

Scrapbook (with photographs), undated

 

Photographs, clippings, "Bullfight Series," circa 1952

box 148, folder 1

Photographs and news clippings about bullfights and matadors, circa 1952

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 148, folder 1

Postcards, images of bullfights

Physical Description: circa 20 items

Scope and Content Note

Oversize cloth transferred to Box 191*.
 

Scrapbooks, sketches, correspondence, 1921-1961, undated

box 149, folder 1

Miscellaneous items, photographs, Bush House Project (from scrapbook, Box 142), 1922-1947

Physical Description: 5 items
box 149, folder 2

"Epinal Project," (small notebook with sketches and notes), circa 1948-1960

box 149, folder 3

"Opera Stars," small notebook, undated

box 149, folder 4

Miscellaneous items pertaining to Visitor's book, Box 144, 1938-1961

Physical Description: circa 30 items
box 150-151

"Scrapbook: clippings," 1923-1930

Scope and Content Note

Hoffman's life and work.
box 152

Scrapbook, "Processes of Sculpture"

Scope and Content Note

Photographs for Sculpture inside and out.
box 153

Scrapbook, "World Tour," 1931 September-1932 March

Scope and Content Note

Hall of Man sculptures.
box 154

"Scrapbook of clippings," 1931-1937

Scope and Content Note

Work by Hoffman, exhibitions, honorary degrees.
box 155

Scrapbook, "Publicity and Photographs of Traveling Exhibitions," 1933-1938

box 156

Scrapbook, "Malvina Hoffman's work," 1937-1942

box 157

Scrapbook, "Publicity for Heads and Tales and Sculpture inside and out," 1936-1938

box 158

Scrapbook, "Malvina Hoffman's work," 1937-1943

box 159

"Scrapbook of Malvina Hoffman's work," 1944-1966

box 160

Scrapbook, "Dance International," 1900-1937

box 161

Scrapbook, postcards of museum pieces, undated

box 162

Scrapbook, "Miscellaneous clippings," 1917-1919, 1926, 1931-1941

box 163

"Scrapbook (Dance International, etc.) not of Malvina Hoffman's work," , 1937-1942

Scope and Content Note

With photograph signed by Helen Keller.
 

"Scrapbook, not of Malvina Hoffman's work," 1940-1966

box 164

1940-1944

box 165

1945-1947

box 166

1947-1949

box 167

1950-1951

box 168

1951-1954

box 169

1955-1958

box 170

1959-1966

box 171

Album, Exhibition at IBM school 1943, 1943-1947

Scope and Content Note

With correspondence and clippings. Related drawings and photographs transferred to flat file folder 1**.
box 172-173

"Scrapbook, compiled by Edward McCarton about Malvina Hoffman," undated

 

Series VIII. Sketchbooks, drawings, and photographs, 1898-1964

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet 20 boxes, 9 flat file folders, 4 rolls

Scope and Content Note

Series VIII is organized in three subseries. Sketchbooks, 1901-1964 span Hoffman's formative years and career. Large photographs of sculptures and commissions, 1915-1960 depict some Hoffman's work and complement the photographs in Series V. Working drawings, sketches and progress photographs, 1899-1964 document Hoffman's working methods.
 

Series VIII.A. Sketchbooks, 1898-1964

Physical Description: 86 vols.

Scope and Content Note

Sketchbooks from Hoffman's classes and travels include figure, portrait, landscape, and animal studies.
 

Sketchbooks, 1901-1964, undated

box 174, folder 1

"Anatomy & Alexander's Class," 1901, 1904-1905

box 174, folder 2

"Boar's Head, Southampton, Alexander's Class," 1903-1904

box 174, folder 3

"N.Y.C. III," 1905

Scope and Content Note

Includes portraits and animal studies.
box 174, folder 4

"Sam G., Boar's Head; Children's studies, Collier's cover illustration," 1906

Scope and Content Note

Contains watercolors and news clippings.
box 174, folder 5

"Mt. Kisco; Proctor; Salvatore," 1907

Scope and Content Note

Includes animal and landscape studies; figure and portrait studies.
box 174, folder 6

Sketchbook with assignments from drawing class, 1907-1908

box 174, folder 7

Sketchbook with assignments from drawing class, 1907-1908

Scope and Content Note

Contains watercolors.
box 174, folder 8

Studies of patterns and flowers, 1907-1909

Scope and Content Note

Drawings and watercolors.
box 174, folder 9

"George Barnard; Mt. Kisco," 1908

Scope and Content Note

Includes portrait, animal studies, watercolors.
box 174, folder 10

"SQ Doro./Welch/H. Pennington," 1909

Scope and Content Note

Includes portrait, figure and plant studies.
box 175, folder 1

"Rome, Florence (M.A. & M.H.)," 1910

Scope and Content Note

Includes bird and landscape studies.
box 175, folder 2

"Como; Giverny; London (M.A.)," 1910

Scope and Content Note

J. Scudder portrait, landscape, figure studies and animal studies.
box 175, folder 3

"SS Carmin; Italy; Keats; Paris; London," 1910

Scope and Content Note

Includes portrait and landscape studies, architectural details, urban sites, studies of artworks.
box 175, folder 4

"Russian Ballet; Giverny (J. Scudder)," 1910

Scope and Content Note

Includes figure and landscape studies, poetry and notes.
box 175, folder 5

"Paris types; Njinsky; Montresor," 1911

box 175, folder 6

"Nocquet; Borglum; Russian Ballet," 1911

Scope and Content Note

Includes landscapes, Nijinsky sketches, architecture.
box 175, folder 7

"Giverny; J.S. Gondouin," 1911-1912

Scope and Content Note

Includes landscapes, architectural, portrait and figure studies.
box 175, folder 8

"Paris types; Rodin," 1912

Scope and Content Note

Includes figure studies and studies of other sculptures.
box 175, folder 9

"FNT; Phila., Roger Kahn; Pavlova Gavotte; Orientale," 1913

box 176, folder 1

"July, Pavlova Bacchanale Lithograph Sketches," 1914

box 176, folder 2

"Paderewski, Russian Ballet; Pavlova Gavotte," 1914-1915

box 176, folder 3

"Pavlova; Nijinsky; Milan; Paris Types," circa 1916

box 176, folder 4

"Salisbury (M.A., S.G. & M.H.); Nijinsky; Anna Pavlova," 1916

box 176, folder 5

"Rodin; Bar Harbor; S.G. (Park Ave)," 1917-1919

box 176, folder 6

"Illustrations for articles about Balkans trip," 1919

box 176, folder 7

"Paris; Rodin's Mrs. Bénédite; Serbia M.P.," 1919

box 176, folder 8

"Balkan Trip; Serbia," 1919

box 176, folder 9

"Brussels Zee Bruge; Procés; Rodin; Andelts, S.G.," 1919

box 176, folder 10

"Pavlova; Stowitts; La Péri," 1920

box 176, folder 11

"Horses; Bar Harbor; Schelling; Pavlova Bacchanale," 1921

box 176, folder 12

"Pavlova; types," 1921

box 177, folder 1

"Embryology; Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse; Architecture; Perspective," 1921-1922, 1925

box 177, folder 2

"Meudon; Marseilles; Expo. Coloniale; London; Budapest; Vienna; Paris," 1922

box 177, folder 3

"Celigny; Geneva Types; Paderewski," 1922

box 177, folder 4

"Port Cros; Iacovleff; Celigny; Basle; Dornav; London; Schuré-Steiner," 1922

box 177, folder 5

"London, Studies for the Bush House Project; Brittany," 1923

box 177, folder 6

"London (Bush House); Cambridge; Meudon Studies," 1923

box 177, folder 7

"Portrait/Sketches; Landscapes," 1923

box 177, folder 8

"Liverpool; Cath; Sir Giles Scott; S.G. & I (Begmeje); Andelys," 1925

box 177, folder 9

"Perspective Anatomy; Art League," 1925

box 178, folder 1

"Embryology (Dr. Painter)," 1925

box 178, folder 2

"Paris; Houdon; Africa (H.D., S.G., M.H.)," 1926

box 178, folder 3

"Tunis (S.G., H.D.); Carthage; Djerba," 1926

Scope and Content Note

Includes portrait and figure studies; animals; palm trees; bibliography.
box 178, folder 4

"Africa (H.D., S.G.); Milan; Rome; Yugoslavia; Hartsdale," 1926

Scope and Content Note

Includes architecture, portrait and figure studies; studies of other sculptures; animal studies.
box 178, folder 5

"Tunis - '26; Milan; Rome," 1926-1927

box 178, folder 6

"Brittany; Paris - S.G.; Kiki," 1926-1928

Scope and Content Note

Includes portrait, landscapes, animal studies, architectural and sculptural studies, watercolor.
box 178, folder 7

"Zagreb; Brittany," 1927

Scope and Content Note

Architectural, figure studies, landscapes, sculptural studies.
box 178, folder 8

"Sienna; Assisi; Jewish Orn.," 1928

box 178, folder 9

"World Trip - Hawaii; Japan; Java; Bali (portraits)," 1930-1931

Scope and Content Note

Contains watercolors.
box 179, folder 1

"Japan; China; India; Taos," 1930-1931, 1934

Scope and Content Note

Portraits, figures, buildings.
box 179, folder 2

"Brittany, Wrestlers; St. Gildas, Dr. Carrel; Le Miracle; Nude Studies; St. Guénolé," 1930, 1935-1936

box 179, folder 3

"Brittany, France; Paris; Kiki - Malvina's Siamese Cat; New Mexico; American Indians," 1933

Scope and Content Note

Landscapes, portrait and figure studies.
box 179, folder 4

"Brittany; St. Guénolé & Types," 1935

box 179, folder 5

"Rudier Foundry; Steamer Screens; Brittany," 1935

box 179, folder 6

Miscellaneous landscapes, portraits and watercolors, 1939-1940, 1944

box 179, folder 7

Miscellaneous landscapes, bird studies and watercolors, 1941, 1947

box 179, folder 8

Miscellaneous sketches (figures, boats and landscapes), 1956

box 179, folder 9

Miscellaneous landscapes and watercolors, 1957

box 179, folder 10

Miscellaneous landscapes, figure studies, portraits and watercolors, 1960-1962

box 180, folder 1

Watercolors (landscapes), 1963-1964

box 180, folder 2

"Art Lessons (notes)," undated

box 180, folder 3

"The Bull Fight Series," circa 1952

box 180, folder 4

"Drawing Notes," undated

box 180, folder 5

Miscellaneous drawings, undated

box 180, folder 6

"Grace Cathedral Project," 1942-1944

Scope and Content Note

With a watercolor.
box 180, folder 7

"Valentines cards" (watercolors), 1903

box 180, folder 8

"Whimsical sketches," undated

 

Early Work by Malvina Hoffman, 1898-1920

box 181, folder 1

Early sketches, watercolors, 1898-1910

Physical Description: circa 40 items, 1 watercolor

Scope and Content Note

Loose drawings and sketches.
box 181, folder 2

Early sketches, 1900-1912

Physical Description: circa 40 items, watercolors

Scope and Content Note

Includes a study for "Daboa" and "L'Offrande."
box 181, folder 3

Early pastels and watercolors, 1910-1920

Physical Description: 9 items
 

Figure studies, 1910-1917

box 182, folder 1

Figure studies, 1910-1917

Physical Description: circa 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Loose drawings and sketchbooks with photograph of "Serbia" (Serbian National Defense League Poster) and sketches of plasters in Rodin's studio.
box 182, folder 2

Anatomical studies, with sketches of sculptures in Rodin's studio, circa 1910

 

Sketchbooks relating to Hoffman's travels, 1930-1937

box 183, folder 1

"Sketchbook, World Trip: Hawaii, Japan, China, Cambodian Dancers," 1930-1932

box 183, folder 2

"Sketchbook, World Trip: Java, India, Brittany," 1932

box 183, folder 3

"Sketchbook: Taos, New Mexico; Scotland," 1933-1936

box 183, folder 4

"Sketchbook: Scotland," 1937

 

Series VIII.B. Large photographs of sculptures and commissions, 1915-1960

Physical Description: 3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Large photographs depict various Hoffman sculptures, including those for the Hall of Man, Pavlova dance sculptures, and Paderweski portraits.
 

Scrapbooks with photographs relating to Hoffman's sculptures, 1930-1937

box 183, folder 1

Photographs, commissions for Races of Mankind, Dance International, Epinal Memorial and War Relief, 1937-1942

box 183, folder 2

Photograph of bronze dance sculptures from Egypt, Bali, Mongolia and Cambodia, undated

Physical Description: 1 item
box 183, folder 3

Photographs of plaster model for International Dance Fountain, New York World's Fair, circa 1937-1939

Physical Description: 3 items
box 183, folder 4

Photographs of Hall of Man sculptures and "Head of Christ," 1942

Physical Description: 2 items
box 183, folder 5

Photographs of Hall of Man wood sculptures, 1940

Physical Description: 2 items
box 183, folder 6

Photographs, "Serbia" (Serbian National Defense League) poster, "Bundles for Britain" and Epinal Monument friezes, circa 1919-1960

Physical Description: circa 10 items
 

Photographs for Hall of Man, Epstein Mausoleum, and Epinal, 1916-1960

box 185*, folder 1

Photographs of Hall of Man sculptures, 1930-1933

Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Hoffman in Paris with Stanley Field, and at the Rudier foundry.
box 185*, folder 2

Photographs of final models for Hall of Man sculptures

Physical Description: circa 25 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Photograph of African girl and Tree climber moved to Flat File folder 9**.
box 185*, folder 3

Photographs of designs for Jacob Epstein Mausoleum, "Faun and Cub," and Epinal Memorial Cemetery, 1916, 1929, circa 1948-1960

Physical Description: 7 photographs
 

Photographs: Pavlova dance sculptures, Paderewerski portrait, 1915-1932

box 186*, folder 1

Photographs of Pavlova posing for Hoffman, 1915

Physical Description: 4 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes N.Y. Times article about "Bacchanale."
box 186*, folder 2

Photographs of dance sculptures ("Gavotte," "Bacchanale" frieze), 1915

Physical Description: 3 photographs
box 186*, folder 3

Photograph of Pavlova posing for "Gavotte," circa 1915

Physical Description: 1 item
box 186*, folder 4

Photographs and drawing of Pavlova, circa 1915

Physical Description: 3 items
box 186*, folder 5

Photographs of Andreas Pavley, Pavlova, and Paderewski (all signed), circa 1920, 1932

Physical Description: 4 items
box 186*, folder 6

Photographs of Pavlova dance sculptures

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

"Gavotte," "La Péri [Pavlova with Novikoff]," "Russian Dancers [Pavlova with Mordkin]"; Paderewski portraits, "Statesman," "Artist" and "Friend."
box 186*, folder 7

Photograph of Pavlova and Pavley posing for "Bacchanale," circa 1915

box 186*, folder 8

Photographs of Pavlova's costume Party (Pavlova as "Byzantine Madonna"), undated

box 186*, folder 9

Photographs of bust of Pavlova, undated

Physical Description: 3 photographs
 

Series VIII.C. Working drawings, sketches and progress photographs, 1915-1964

Physical Description: 5 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Series VIII.C contains drawings for study, design development, and fabrication of Hoffman sculptures and commissions. Progress photographs document development of the work.
 

Dance studies, circa 1915

Scope and Content Note

Refer to flat file folders 3** and 4** for items relating to this box.
box 187*, folder 1

Working drawings, undated

Physical Description: 6 drawings, matted
box 187*, folder 2-12

Dance studies, undated

Physical Description: 47 drawings, 1 watercolor
 

Working drawings for Bacchanale frieze, dance sculptures, and Epinal Monument, circa 1915, circa 1948-1960

box 188, folder 1

Fold out sketchbook, Bacchanale frieze, circa 1915

box 188, folder 2-4

Panel studies, Bacchanale frieze, circa 1915

Physical Description: 21 drawings
box 188, folder 5

Working drawings, Bacchanale frieze, circa 1915

Physical Description: 5 drawings
box 188, folder 6

Studies for dance sculptures ("Bacchanale," "La Gavotte," "Petrouchka [Nijinksky]" and "La Péri"), circa 1915

Physical Description: circa 50 drawings
box 188, folder 7-8

Working drawings, Epinal Monument, circa 1948-1960

Physical Description: circa 50 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Relates to Box 190*
 

Working drawings for Grace Cathedral project, Joslin project, Epstein Mausoleum, and other commissions, circa 1924-1965

box 189*, folder 1

Working drawings, Grace Cathedral project, circa 1942-1944

Physical Description: 6 items
box 189*, folder 2

Working drawings, Joslin project, Boston, circa 1956-1965

Physical Description: 6 drawings

Scope and Content Note

4 drawings transferred from Box 20, f8 and f10.
box 189*, folder 3

Proposed Design for Eleanor Van Rensellear Fairfax Medal (National Society of Colonial Dames of America to Margaret Sloan), 1924-1925

Physical Description: 2 drawings
box 189*, folder 4

Working drawings, "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," 1927

Physical Description: 8 photographs, 18 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Large drawing transferred to flat file folder 5.
box 189*, folder 5

Working drawings, Epstein Mausoleum

Physical Description: 18 drawings, 1 watercolor
box 189*, folder 6

Study for "Young Neptune" fountain, 1925

Physical Description: 3 drawings
box 189*, folder 7

Study of bas-relief panel for Mahoney City Post Office, Pennsylvania, 1939

Physical Description: 2 drawings
 

Working drawings and photographs for Epinal and IBM war memorials, 1942-1960

Scope and Content Note

Refer to flat file folders 1, 2, 7 and 8 for items relating to this box.
box 190*, folder 1

Progress and research photographs, Epinal, circa 1953

Physical Description: 24 photographs
box 190*, folder 2-3

Working drawings, Epinal Monument, circa 1948-1960

Physical Description: 20 drawings, 2 photographs, 1 drawing

Scope and Content Note

1 blueprint from Box 22, f1.
box 190*, folder 4

Design, "Atlas of the Races of Mankind," with photo representation of "Map of Mankind, Racial Types, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago," circa 1944

Physical Description: 2 items
box 190*, folder 5

Watercolor drawing, IBM project, 1947

box 190*, folder 6

Working drawing, IBM project, 1947

box 190*, folder 7

Working drawings and progress photographs, IBM project and Presbrey-Leland flagpole, circa 1942-1946

Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

IBM project honored those who served in the Armed Forces in W.W.II.
box 190*, folder 8

Working drawings, Presbrey-Leland flagpole, circa 1942-1960

Physical Description: 2 items
box 190*, folder 9-10

Cut-out compositions, by disabled veterans at Cushing General Hospital, Framingham, circa 1946

Physical Description: 4 items
 

Miscellaneous drawings and sketches, 1899, 1904-1964, undated

Scope and Content Note

Refer to flat file folder 6** for items relating to this box.
box 191*, folder 1

Drawings, "Six Centers of Kundalini" circa 1917

Physical Description: 6 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Used in POW reliefs applied to "Column of Life" sculpture.
box 191*, folder 2

Studies for Bali Dancers, circa 1930-1931

Physical Description: 4 drawings
box 191*, folder 3

Studies for "Bullfight series," circa 1952

Physical Description: 13 drawings, watercolors

Scope and Content Note

Includes cloth from Box 148.
box 191*, folder 4

Assorted dance studies in pencil, circa 1911

Physical Description: 9 drawings
box 191*, folder 5

Studies of Pavley and Pavlova, circa 1915

Physical Description: 4 drawings
box 191*, folder 6

Dance studies, undated

Physical Description: 3 drawings
box 191*, folder 7

"Anatomical Studies," undated

Physical Description: 2 drawings
 

Miscellaneous drawings, 1916, 1930-1933, undated

box 191*, folder 8

1916, undated

Physical Description: circa 6 items

Scope and Content Note

"The Sacrifice" (War Memorial at Harvard Chapel), a watercolor stage and costume design for "Ballet d'Octave Fantastique" (1914), and a drawing entitled "Early work by M. Hoffman."
box 191*, folder 9

1915, 1930-1933

Physical Description: circa 10 items

Scope and Content Note

Marianne Moore portrait study, sketch for "Serbia" (Serbian National Defense League Poster, 1915), and studies of American Indians, circa 1930-1933.
box 191*, folder 10

Studies, blueprints for various projects, circa 1945-1964

Physical Description: circa 30 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Studies for Kimber Farms, Ruth Slenzcynska Medal (transferred from Box 23, f5) and Genetics Award (transferred from Box 23, f4), 1954-1956 - circa 18 drawings. Blueprints for Alexander Weddell Memorial tablet (transferred from Box 22, f6), 1945-1948 - 2 items. Studies for Henry David Thoreau Portrait for Hall of Fame, New York University (transferred from Box 23, f8), 1963-1964, - 10 drawings, blueprints.
box 192*, folder 1

Portrait studies, circa 1904-1948

Physical Description: 16 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Portrait studies of Harry Fairbanks (1904), Dr. Joseph Fraenkel, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1948), Phil Wadsworth, Robert Bacon, Col. Pribicevic, Isaac Selizman (circa 1915), Felix Warburg (1935), S. Grimson (1932) and An Den Mond (1904).
box 192*, folder 2

Charcoal sketch of paratrooper and poster for "Bundles for Britain" pin, 1941

Physical Description: 2 items
box 192*, folder 3

Watercolor drawing, "la houe 'Nommo' - harpe luth des Dogon - métier à Tisser - caisse de forgerou," by Hoffman, undated

Scope and Content Note

Drawing featured in an ethnographic journal article by Marcel Griaule.
box 192*, folder 4

Color wheel and color prism, 1899

Physical Description: 2 watercolors
box 192*, folder 5

Pastel, reclining figures, undated

Physical Description: 2 items
box 192*, folder 6

Dance studies, "Après-midi d'un faune" (Vaslav Nijinsky), "Le Narcisse," undated

Physical Description: circa 15 items
box 192*, folder 7

Studies for Bush House Group, 1924-1925

Physical Description: 6 drawings
box 192*, folder 8

Miscellaneous drawings, 1927, 1936, 1939

Physical Description: circa 35 items

Scope and Content Note

International Dance Fountain, circa 1939; World Tour to Africa, circa 1936; Boldini study, undated; "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," 1927.
box 193, folder 1

The Poor Children of New York City, original drawings for book by Hoffman with published copies, undated

Physical Description: 5 items
box 193, folder 2

Sketchbook from Paris, 1906-1910

Physical Description: 3 items
box 193, folder 3

Study for "Despair" and Sketchbook, "Ma Mère," undated

Physical Description: 2 items
box 193, folder 4

Dance Studies with watercolor of Oukrainsky, circa 1915-1920

Physical Description: circa 10 items
box 193, folder 5

Sketchbook, miscellaneous studies, 1919, undated

Physical Description: circa 25 items, 1 watercolor

Scope and Content Note

"Red Cross," "La Frileuse," "Death Studies of Henry C. Frick [1919]," Sir David, Cromwell Twins and Col. Phillippe B. Varrilla.
 

Oversize drawings and photographs, 1885-1896, 1927, 1948-1960, undated

flatfile 1**

Working drawings for Presbrey-Leland flagpole

Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

Drawings transferred from Box 190*.
flatfile 1**

Drawings and photographs relating to IBM exhibition album (from Box 171)

Physical Description: circa 6 items
flatfile 2**

Architectural drawings for Epinal Monument, France, 1948-1960

Physical Description: 3 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Drawings transferred from Box 190*.
flatfile 3**

Working drawings for Bacchanale frieze

Physical Description: 2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Portfolio #5 - drawings transferred from Box 187*.
flatfile 4**

Working drawings for Bacchanale frieze

Physical Description: 2 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Portfolio #6 - drawings transferred from Box 187*.
flatfile 5**

Working drawings from "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," 1927

Physical Description: 11 items

Scope and Content Note

Drawings transferred from Box 189*.
flatfile 6**

Unidentified drawing, undated

Scope and Content Note

In sink mat, transferred from Box 191*.
flatfile 7**

Working drawing and research photograph, Epinal Monument, 1948-1960

Scope and Content Note

Drawing transferred from Box 190*.
flatfile 7**

Blueprints, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Pulled from Box 22, f3.
flatfile 8**

Working drawing, Presbrey-Leland flagpole, circa 1942-1946

Scope and Content Note

Drawing pulled from Box 190*.
flatfile 9**

Photographs of models for Hall of Man sculptures, 1939, undated

Physical Description: 3 items

Scope and Content Note

African Girl and Tree Climber, (from Box 185*, f2), undated; "Landscape Layout of Plaza VI," Dept. of Construction, N.Y. World's Fair, August 1939.
roll 1**

Working drawings, "Bacchanale"

Physical Description: 6 drawings
roll 2**

Working drawings, "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" Monument and International Dance Fountain

Physical Description: 3 drawings
roll 3**

Linen Cloth with embroidered signatures of family and friends of Hoffman, 1885-1896

Scope and Content Note

Mallie Hoffman, Helen Fidelia Hoffman and several graduating class members of Harvard, Yale and Westminster. From Box 194*.
roll 4**

Poster, "Map of Races of Mankind," Field Museum, undated

 

Series IX. Awards, honorary degrees, 1915-1957

Physical Description: 1 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

Awards, honorary degrees and 19 certificates received by Hoffman from 1915 to 1957.
box 194*, folder 1

American Association of University Women, NYC Branch, "Woman of the Year" Award, 1957

Physical Description: circa 23 items

Scope and Content Note

With congratulatory letters and notes.
box 194*, folder 2

Bates College, Honorary Degrees, Doctor of Fine Arts, 1955 June 12

box 194*, folder 3

Bates College Bulletin, Commencement Announcement and citation, 1955

Physical Description: 4 items
box 194*, folder 4

Smith College, Honorary Degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, 1951 June 11

box 194*, folder 5

Mount Holyoke College, Honorary Degree, Doctor of Letters, 1937 May 8

box 194*, folder 6

Northwestern University, Honorary Degree, Doctor of Fine Arts, 1945 June 13

Scope and Content Note

Includes commencement program, letter from Univ. President inviting Hoffman to accept.
box 194*, folder 7

The National Arts Club, Certificate of Appreciation and Life Member Award, 1962 January 31

box 194*, folder 8

National Academy of Design, Certificate of Merit, 1963 June

box 194*, folder 8

National Institute of Arts and Letters, certifying Elected Membership, 1937

box 194*, folder 8

New York Historical Society, certifying Fellowship, 1951 December 19

box 194*, folder 8

Concord Art Association, Annual Exhibition Honorable Mention, 1925 May

box 194*, folder 8

Ministère de L'Instruction Publique et des Beaux-Arts, nommée Officier de l'Instruction publique, 1919 March 21

box 194*, folder 8

National Sculpture Society, certification of Fellowship, 1958 January 29

box 194*, folder 8

Record of Presentation of and Citation for the honorary degree, Doctor of Fine Arts, University of Rochester, 1937 June 21

Physical Description: 2 items
box 194*, folder 8

National Academy of Design, certifying that M.Hoffman is an associate of the Academy, 1926 May 3

box 194*, folder 8

National Academy of Design, certifying that Hoffman is an "Academian of the Academy," 1931 April 22

box 194*, folder 8

Ordre National de la Légion d'Honneur, nommée Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris, 1952 August 10

box 194*, folder 8

Royal Order of St. Sava III, conferred by Peter I, King of Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, 1921

box 194*, folder 8

U.S. Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Diploma of Honorable Mention upon M. Hoffman for Sculpture, 1915

 

Series X. Motion picture films and negatives, 1924-1939, undated

Physical Description: 19 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

This series holds 16mm films - original nitrate films, and positive and negative archival and copy masters made by the repository for most, but not all of the originals. The films depict events from Hoffman's trip around the world for the Field Museum commission, including documentation of dancers and dancing; of Hoffman and friends; and of artists at work. The use copies on VHS videocassetes are part of Series VI. Descriptions are taken from several sources: labels on the original film cans and boxes, a 1939 inventory in the collection presumably made by Malvina Hoffman (Box 36, f.3), and from an inventory made by Getty Research Library staff who viewed most of the films.
Of the 55 nitrate film titles (consisting of 60 separate films on 58 reels: some films exist in several elements: negatives and positives, film plus titles), 19 appear to have not yet been reformatted and are not available for viewing.
Also in this series are damaged acetate negatives (most from Series V.), 1,587 nitrate negatives (quarantined), and 5 microfilm reels of the nitrate negatives. An inventory to the nitrate negatives is in the repository's Research file.
 

Nitrate film reels, 1926-1939, undated

Scope and Content Note

60 nitrate films (55 titles) are quarentined and not available for use. Most films presumably by Hoffman. A few seem to have been made by or with Sam Grimson, 2 by Thomas Cravens and several by J.J. Cunningham. Fifteen films were made by Hoffman to document dancing around the world for her commission from the Chicago Field Museum. Some films document artists and the art-making process. Some films portray Hoffman, family, and friends.
Film masters (positives and negatives, listed below the nitrate film reels) and use copies (described in Series VI. Videotapes) were made from some of these film reels. Not all have been reformatted.
 

F1: Hindu dancer Inyoka, 1937

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:28 min., 244 ft.) : sd., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Label on can: New sound print.
Nyota Inyoka performs three different dances. One is the "Vishnu," an evocation of Parvati, the god of dance. Film by Fred Hotchkiss?
Reformatted.
 

F2: Duk Duk dancers of New Guinea, 1930s

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:15 min., 439 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm., nitrate pos.
Film made by British Film Institute.
Reformatted.
 

F3: Shantaniketan - Indian dancing; Andaman Islands - native life, 1930

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (7 min., 274 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Two Indian girls perform a classical dance. Next the "best" dancer in India performs. Scenes of Queen Islone and her family, and men hunting on the Andaman Islands follow.
Reformatted.
 

F4: English folk dancing, circa 1939, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:10 min., 437 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
English folk dancers perform the Morris, the Baccha Pipe Jig, the Broom Dance, the Country Dance, the Long Sword Dance and the Short Sword Dance. Made for Dance International.
Reformated
 

F5: Dogon dancing ceremony, South Sahara District, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (13:36 min., 400 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Sudanese enact an elaborate funeral ceremony that consists of singing, dancing, and mock death. Film made by Marcel Griaule.
Reformatted.
 

F6A and F6B: Dogon dancing ceremony, South Sahara District, undated

Scope and Content Note

F6A: 1 film reel (14:20 min., 448 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos. [without titles, labeled Part I].
F6B: 1 film reel (93 ft.) : si., b&w; 16 mm. nitrate pos. [subtitles only, labeled Part II].
Content of F6A plus F6B same as film F5.
 

F7: Gypsies and Bhats, India: Dancing around the world Part IV, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:42 min., 335 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Two Indian girls, an Indian man, a gypsy troupe of Bhats and the leading ladies of the Jaipur palace dance.
Reformatted.
 

F8: Ceylon Devil dancers: Dancing around the world Part V, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:44 min., 268 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
A man performs a Cinhalese Devil dance at Kandy.
Reformatted.
 

F9: Kriss, solo; and Djocia, 3 dancers - Java: Dancing around the world Part II, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:29 min., 352 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Students receive instruction in dance at a "wayside dancing school" and various dancers exhibit costumes of princes and heroes.
Reformatted.
 

F10: Kriss, solo; and Djocia, 3 dancers - Java: Dancing around the world Part II, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:29 min, 400 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
 

F11: Burma: Dancing around the world Part III, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:48 min., 329 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Little girls dance in Rangoon. Dancers smoke "the wackin' white cheroot." Burmese delegate Aung Thin shakes hands with Malvina Hoffman. Gretchen Green is seen briefly.
Reformatted.
 

F12: Burma: Dancing around the world Part III, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:48 min., 216 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
 

F13: Samoa and Bali: Dancing around the world Part I, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:50 min., 325 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
A Samoan War Dance is performed with an orchestra after a prayer is chanted.
Reformatted.
 

F14: Samoa and Bali: Dancing around the world Part I, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:50 min., 400 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
 

F15: Paris, Villa Chauvelot, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:47 min., 347 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Malvina Hoffman, her sister Helen Draper, Marie-Louise Emmet, and Sam Grimson walk along the grounds of Villa Chauvelot and act playfully. Interspersed are scenes of Malvina talking to Lemordant (as a clown). A brief shot of the ship "Malvina" follows.
Reformatted.
 

F16: Model of M. Hoffman reredo for San Francisco [interior church scenes], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (3:57 min., 106 ft.) : si., b&w and col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
A black and white still of a group of men is followed by color stills of church interior.
Reformatted.
 

F17: 4 hoursemen [horse statues], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (102 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Handwritten on film box: 4 horsemen; Raising Anpel (?) to top; Rita Lydig posing; M.L. Emmet
 

F18: [Shot of two men], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (40 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F19: [Shots of woman, woman with cat, cat alone], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (48 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Hoffman and her cat?
 

F20: [Shots of people at garden party], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (130 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Label on film box: Celigny; Eames; marlow Schelling; Monaco; Vallscure; Ethel & Bill; Hale..etc.
 

F21: Malvina at work and at play, 1936

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (133 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F22: [Costumed dancers, shots of one person at a time on a stage], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (2 min., 52 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Costumed dancers, most the same as those seen on film F30.
Reformatted, but no use copy as of 2004-02-12.
 

F23: [Horse statue and map], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (42 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Wound on core with films F24, F25.
 

F24: [Horse statue with buildings], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (54 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Wound on core with films F23, F25.
 

F25: [Shot of hand, man], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (38 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Wound on core with films F23, F24.
 

F26: Burmese Padname (?) types, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (64 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F27: Arbor house; Oxenon beach (?); San Sebastian, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (135 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F28: Yellow temple, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (154 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Note on film box: Poor.
 

F29: Palio, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (130 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F30: Persian dancers, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12 min., 153 ft.) : si., col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Dancers perform in 4 different settings.
Reformatted.
 

F31: Inyoka and Persian dancers, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (180 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Short pieces, not edited, slow motion track.
 

F32: Extra films, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (17:50 min., 482 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Hawaiians dance the Hula and a rain dance. Scenes of naked women follow scenes of people surfing. Girls weave baskets. At an American school a boy folds a flag. Malvina Hoffman poses a child. Men and women dance. A boat is readied. Subtitles.
Reformatted. No use copy as of 2004-02-12.
 

F33: Rodin, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (876 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Biographical film of Rodin for which Hoffman served as art consultant.
Reformatted.
 

F34: Dance International Fountain, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (641 ft.) : 16mm. nitrate.
 

F35A: Dance International Fountain, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (799 ft.) : 16mm. nitrate.
 

F35B: Composers in Clay, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (18:14 min., 704 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
The film details the processes and styles of sculptors Scwegg, Bourdelle, Wlerick, Belmondo, Yencesse, Niclausse, Gaumont, Poisson, Cornet, Dejean, Le Mardedieu, Collamarini, and Martin. Malvina Hoffman is the art consultant.
Reformatted.
 

F36: Persian dancers and Hindu dancers [Inyoka], before 1937

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (18 min., 680 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Persians perform a lovers' dance, a dance to worship the Sacred Goat, and classical dances from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Nyota Inyoka performs. Subtitles. Original film made in Paris. Slow motion track. Resurfaced by DeLuxe Labs, 1937.
Reformatted.
 

F37: Villa Chauvelot; Hartsdale garden; Arbor House; Ethel and Bill; San Sabastian, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (115 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Reformatted.
 

F38: Santa Barbara; Jim and Chas. Kline; Mitchell Ranch; Carriages, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (184 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Reformatted.
 

F39: New York World's fair, Hildreth Meiere murals, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (160 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Label on film can: picture taken by M. Hoffman
Reformatted.
 

F40: Horse show, Mt. Kisco, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (145 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Reformatted.
 

F41: Wuta Sculpture, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel [of 2?] (15:06 min., 366 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
Footage (includes titles and animation) documents step-by-step the sculpture process of Ivan Mestrovic, and others. Label on film can: Wuta Sculpture, Con. Lab; Ivan Metrovic's Indians. Reel 1.
Reformatted.
 

F42: Wuta Sculpture, undated

Scope and Content Note

2nd film reel [of 2?] (15:07 min., 255 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
See film F41. Label on film can: Wuta Sculpture, Con. Lab; Ivan Metrovic's Indians. Reel 2.
Reformatted.
 

F43: Detroit, Kalamazoo, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (198 ft.) : b&w and col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Opening shot reads Evans Products. [Label on can: Portrait Kalamazoo!]
 

F44: Pahlawan Nats - Amber Palace - India: Dancing around the world Part XI, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (368 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F45: Pahlawan Nats - Amber Palace - India: Dancing around the world Part XI, 1930/1931

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (368 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate neg.
Reformatted. No use copy as of 2004-02-12.
 

F46: Malvina Hoffman and Sam Grimson, 1926/1928

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (255 ft.) : b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F47: Mestrovic ["Best"], J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (6 min., 230 ft.) : si., col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Men, women, and children take a tour of an exhibition of Ivan Mestrovic's work; children draw pictures of his sculptures. Close-ups of Mestrovic's work. Same as, but "better" version of F48 (?) according to inventory in Box 36, f.3. [Noted on this 1939 inventory as Mestrovic and his Indians - Best.]
Reformatted.
 

F48: [Mestrovic], 1939?

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (6 min., 230 ft.) : si., col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Apparently the same as, or continuation of film F47. J.J. Cunningham film. [Noted on 1939 inventory as Mestrovic and his Indians], i.e. sculpture of native American.
Reformatted.
 

F49: Bush House stone group (London), 1925

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12 min., 218 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F50: Charles Sargeant Jagger, before 1934

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (3:48 min., 121 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Profile of the English sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger. His sculpting methods are detailed. The film focuses primarily on his portrait of King George V.
Reformatted.
 

F51: Mestrovic - Making Indians, Zagreb, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (15:12 min., 523 ft.) : si., titles, b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Mestrovic in Zagreb working on sculptures of American Indians.
Reformatted.
 

F52: Questions and answers with Wendell Wilkie, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (4 min., 427 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Wendell Wilkie explains why he thinks he should be President and offers his opinion on the topics of unemployment, the New Deal, farm labor, war, and national defense.
Reformatted.
 

F53: [Thomas J. Watson], undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (10:11 min., 382 ft.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Thomas J. Watson at two different events.
Reformatted.
 

F53A: Dance International, 1939

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (56 ft.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F54: New Hampshire sketches, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12 min.) : sd., col.; 16mm. nitrate pos.
 

F55: Bronze pouring, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (7:08 min.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
A sculpture is cast in bronze.
Reformatted.
 

F56: Our world in review, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (10:12 min.) : sd., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Short profiles of artists Ivan Mestrovic, James Montgomery Flagg, and W.T. Benda. Flagg and Benda speak about their work.
Label on film can: Mestrovic.
Reformatted.
 

F57: Hartsdale, N.Y., 1924

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (3:24 min.) : si., b&w; 16mm. nitrate pos.
Malvina Hoffman and Marie-Louise Emmet shake hands. Malvina and others pick flowers and walk around the grounds.
Reformatted.
 

F1: Hindu Dancer Inyoka, 1937

box 195, item F1

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:28 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 196, item F1

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:28 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F2: Duk-Duk Dancers of New Guinea, undated

box 195, item F2

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:15 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 196, item F2

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:15 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F3: Shantaniketan - Indian dancing; Andaman Islands - native life, 1930

box 195, item F3

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (7 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 196, item F3

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (7 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F4: English folk dancing, circa 1939?, undated

box 195, item F4

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:10 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 196, item F4

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12:10 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F5: Dogon Dancing Ceremony, South Sahara District, Part I, undated

box 195, item F5

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (13:36 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 196, item F5

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (13:36 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F6: Dogon Dancing Ceremony, South Sahara District, Part II, undated

box 195, item F6

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (14:20 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
Combines originals 6A and 6B.
box 196, item F6

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (14:20 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
Combines originals 6A and 6B.
 

F7: Gypsies and Bhats, India: Dancing around the world Part IV, 1930/1931

box 197, item F7

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:42 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F7

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:42 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F8: Ceylon Devil Dancers: Dancing around the world Part V, 1930/1931

box 197, item F8

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:44 min.): si., titles, b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F8

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:44 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F9: Kriss, solo; and Djocia, 3 dancers - Java: Dancing around the world Part II, 1930/1931

box 197, item F9

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:29 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F9

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:29 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F11: Burma: Dancing around the world Part III, 1930/1931

box 197, item F11

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:48 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F11

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (8:48 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F13: Samoa and Bali: Dancing around the world Part I, 1930/1931

box 197, item F13

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:50 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F13

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (6:50 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F15: Paris, Villa Chauvelot, undated

box 197, item F15

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:47 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 198, item F15

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (9:47 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F16: Model of M. Hoffman reredo for San Francisco [interior church scenes], undated

box 199, item F16

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (3:57 min.): si., b&w. and col.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F16

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (3:57 min.): si., b&w. and col.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F22: [Costumed dancers, shots of one person at a time on a stage], undated

box 199, item F22

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F22

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F30: Persian Dancers, undated

box 199, item F30

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F30

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (12 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F32: Extra Films, undated

box 199, item F32

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (17:50 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F32

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (17:50 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F33: Rodin, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

box 199, item F33

Copy master

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1 film reel : sd., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F33

Archival master

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1 film reel : sd., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F35B: Composers in Clay, film by Thomas Cravens, undated

box 199, item F35B

Copy master

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1 film reel (18:14 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 200, item F35B

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (18:14 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F36: Persian Dancers and Hindu Dancers [Inyoka], before 1937

box 201, item F36

Copy master

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1 film reel (18 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F36

Archival master

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1 film reel (18 min.): sd., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F37: Villa Chauvelot; Hartsdale garden; Arbor House; Ethel and Bill; San Sebastian, undated

box 201, item F37

Copy master

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1 film reel (3 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F37

Archival master

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1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F38: Santa Barbara; Jim and Chas. Kline; Mitchell Ranch; Carriages, undated

box 201, item F38

Copy master

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1 film reel (5 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F38

Archival master

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1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F39: New York World's fair, Hildreth Meiere murals, 1939

box 201, item F39

Copy master

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1 film reel (5 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F39

Archival master

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1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F40: Horse show, Mt. Kisco, undated

box 201, item F40

Copy master

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1 film reel (4 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F40

Archival master

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1 film reel : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F41: Wuta Sculpture, undated

box 201, item F41

Copy master

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1 film reel of 2? (15:06 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F41

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (15:06 min.) : si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
See film F42.
 

F42: Wuta Sculpture, undated

box 201, item F42

Copy master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (15:07 min.) : si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
See film F41.
box 202, item F42

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (15:07 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
See film F41.
 

F44: Pahlawan Nats - Amber Palace - India: Dancing around the world Part XI, 1930/1931

box 201, item F44

Copy master

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1 film reel (15 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F44

Archival master

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1 film reel (15 min.): si., b&w.; 16mm. master pos.
 

F47: Mestrovic ["Best"], J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

box 201, item F47

Copy master

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1 film reel of 2? (6 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F47

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (6 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master pos.
See film F48.
 

F48: Mestrovic, J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

box 201, item F48

Copy master

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1 film reel of 2? (6 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master neg.
box 202, item F48

Archival master

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (6 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master pos.
See film F47.
box 204, item F48

F48: Mestrovic, J. J. Cunningham film, 1939?

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel of 2? (6 min.): si., col.; 16mm. master pos.
See film F47.
 

F50: Charles Sargeant Jagger, before 1934

box 203, item F50

Copy master

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1 film reel (3:38 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 204, item 50

Archival master

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1 film reel (3:48 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
 

F51: Mestrovic - Making Indians, Zagreb, 1939

box 203, item F51

Copy master

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1 film reel (15:12 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 204, item F51

Archival master

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1 film reel (15:12 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
 

F52: Questions and Answers with Wendell Wilkie, undated

box 203, item F52

Copy master

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1 film reel (4 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 204, item 52

Archival master

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1 film reel (4 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
 

F53: Thomas J. Watson, undated

box 203, item F53

Copy master

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1 film reel (10:11 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 204, item F53

Archival master

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1 film reel (10:11 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
 

F55: Bronze pouring, undated

box 203, item F55

Copy master

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1 film reel (7:08 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 204, item F55

Archival master

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1 film reel (7:08 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
box 203, item F56

F56: Our world in review, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (10:12 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 205, item F56

F56: Our world in review, undated

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Archival and copy master. 1 film reel (10:12 min.): sd., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
box 205, item F57

F57: Hartsdale, N.Y., 1924

Scope and Content Note

Archival and copy master. 1 film reel (3:24 min.): si., b&w; 16mm. master neg.
box 205, item F57

F57: Hartsdale, N.Y., 1924

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Archival and copy master. 1 film reel (3:24): si., b&w; 16mm. master pos.
box 206, item R1-R5

Copies on microfilm of the nitrate negatives in the Hoffman papers

Scope and Content Note

5 microfilm reels of 5. An inventory to the nitrates (made by repository) is in the repository's Research file, and in Box 107A, f6 (made by Hoffman).
 

Negatives, undated

box 207, folder 1

Acetate Negative of photo of Pièrre Teilhard de Chardin

Scope and Content Note

From Box 93, Photo Studies of Teilhard.
box 207, folder 2

Color prints

Physical Description: 3 photographs

Scope and Content Note

From Box 4, F4 (Correspondence - Healey, Frances).