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Finding Aid to the Julie Helen Heyneman papers, 1886-1942
BANC MSS C-H 152  
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Letters written to Miss Heyneman. 1886-1942

Physical Description: Boxes 1-4


Arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization. Single letters have been placed in Correspondence Miscellany (Box 1) and unidentified correspondents at the end (Box 4).
box 1


box 2

N-Sargent, Emily

box 3

Sargent, John Singer

box 4

Sb-Z, and miscellaneous or unidentified

box 4

Letters re California and Kitchener Houses. 1915-1920


Mainly letters of appreciation from foreign governments and officials.
box 4

Misc. letters re her biography of Arthur Putnam. 1932-1933


Mainly fan mail.
box 4

Letters written to and by Arthur Putnam. 1905-1921


Putnam's copies of his letters (some written in a notebook), and letters from Porter Garnett, Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, and J. Wilson Shiels.
box 4

Correspondence, in German script, between Miss Heyneman's parents, Herman and Helene Heyneman. 1852-1880


Letters written by Miss Heyneman. 1886-1941

Physical Description: Boxes 5-7


Arranged chronologically. Most of the letters, 1892-1907, were written from Europe to members of her family. Many of the later letters are draft copies, and many letters are undated.
box 5


box 6


box 7


carton 1

Mss. of her writings


Manuscripts of short stories, articles and novels, publish and unpublished. Included is her reminiscence of John S. Sargent, "Tite Street and Around the Corner. "
box 8-9

Subject files, clippings and photographs

Additional Note

Many photographs have been removed from the collection and catologed separately, with the call number Portrait 6342-6369. Some scketches and photographs have been removed to Pictorial Collection.

Putnam, Arthur






Sargent, John Singer - photographs and clippings of his portraits






Miss Heyneman's notes




California House, Kitchener House - World War I


Clippings re Miss Heyneman


Clippings of newspaper articles written by her Clippings of magazine articles and stories written by her


Clippings re her books, Woman at the Crossroads and Arthur Putnam, Sculptor


Photographs of portraits done by Miss Heyneman


Photographs of unidentified portraits




Notes on Miss Heyneman by Paul Heyneman

oversize scrapbook

Clippings from San Francisco newspapers. kept by her brother, Lionel. ca. 1889-1895