Finding Aid to the Cassidy Family Papers, [circa 1897-1965], [circa 1897-1965]

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Finding Aid to the Cassidy Family Papers, [circa 1897-1965], [circa 1897-1965]

Collection number: BANC MSS 67/1 p

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Cassidy Family Papers
Date (inclusive): [circa 1897-1965]
Collection Number: BANC MSS 67/1 p
Related Name Indexing Term: Cassidy, Gerald, 1879-1934 Cassidy, Ina Sizer, 1869-1965
Extent: Number of containers: 16 boxes, 18 cartons, 2 oversize folders, and 1 oversize volume 29.2 linear feet x Digital Object (x images)
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
Phone: (510) 642-6481
Fax: (510) 642-7589
Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
URL: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/
Abstract: Include papers of artist Gerald Cassidy and his wife, writer Ina Sizer Cassidy.

Letters written to them by friends, associates, professional organizations, etc.; copies of letters written by them; biographical materials; personalia; diaries, date books and journals kept by Mrs. Cassidy; some financial records, including two volumes of his painting accounts; MSS of her writings; subject files, notebooks, scrapbooks and clippings relating to the following: Gerald Cassidy's paintings and exhibitions; Mary Austin and other writers of the Southwest; Indians of the Southwest; arts, crafts and folklore of the Southwest; New Mexico Federal Writers Project; Santa Fe; woman suffrage; etc.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Cassidy Family papers, BANC MSS 67/1 p, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley

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Digital reproductions of selected items are available.

Material Cataloged Separately

  • Photographs and most portraits have been removed and indexed separately in the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
  • Original works of art have been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
  • Tape recordings and motion pictures have been transferred to the Microforms Collelctions of The Bancroft Library.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog
Austin, Mary Hunter, 1868-1934
Artists--West (U.S.)
Arts and crafts movement
Art--West (U.S.)
Authors, American
Folklore--Southwest, New
Indians of North America--Southwest, New
Women authors
Women--Suffrage
New Mexico
Santa Fe (N.M.)

Brief Family History

The Cassidy family papers consist of the papers of artist Ira D. Cassidy, better known as Gerald Cassidy, and writer Ina Sizer Cassidy, both of them long time residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico. They were married in Denver, Colorado on January 10, 1912, and thereafter their professional lives were inextricably tied to the Southwest.
Gerald Cassidy was born in Covington, Kentucky on November 10, 1879 and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where be studied at the Cincinnati Art Institute and, later, under Frank Duvenick. Although self-taught to a great extent, he also studied for a brief period at the Art Students League of New York and the National Academy of Design. His early artistic accomplishments were as a draftsman and commercial poster artist with a firm of lithographers in New York and later in Denver. In January 1912, failing health attracted him to Santa Fe where he built his home and settled for the rest of his life. In an effort to divorce his former commercial work from his new creative painting career, he began using the name Gerald Cassidy, as opposed to his earlier work as Ira Cassidy. At Santa Fe he excelled in painting portraits, desert scenes, Indian life and historic subjects. His prizes, awards and special commissions were numerous, and he exhibited regularly in New York, Boston, Chicago and throughout the West. A tour through Europe and North Africa in 1926-27 inspired additional paintings, and his works were purchased for inclusion in major public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He died on February 12, 1934 while working on a large mural for the U.S. Federal Building in Santa Fe.
Ina Cassidy was born Perlina Sizer, in a log cabin on a cattle ranch near Las Animas, Colorado, on March 4, 1869. An early crusader for women's rights she was active in the Alliance of Unitarian Women as an organizer and lecturer for women suffrage in Washington, D.C. and in the Rocky Mountain states. She became an avid writer, too, and many of her short stories, articles, and poems were published in national literary journals and anthologies. In 1931, she began writing a monthly column, "Art and Artists of New Mexico," which regularly appeared New Mexico Magazine for over twenty years and was a major influence in promoting and encouraging young artists of the Southwest. She served as state director of the WPA New Mexico Writers Project during the late 1930s and as president of the New Mexico Folklore Society in 1948. New Mexico Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary, written in collaboration with longtime friend Thomas M. Pearce, was published after her death which occurred at Santa Fe on September 9, 1965.

Scope and Content

The collection of papers was given to The Bancroft Library in August 1963 and March 1965 by Mrs. Cassidy, with additions in June 1966 from the Cassidy Estate. Spanning the years 1897-1965 they include letters addressed to the Cassidys from friends and colleagues; copies of letters written by them; biographical material; personalia; diaries, date books and journals kept by Mrs. Cassidy; some financial records, including two volumes of Gerald Cassidy's painting accounts; MSS of Mrs. Cassidy's writings; subject files, notebooks, scrapbooks and clippings on the following: Gerald Cassidy's paintings and exhibitions, Mary Austin and other writers, Indians of the Southwest, arts and crafts and folklore of the Southwest, New Mexico Federal Writers Project, Santa Fe, woman suffrage etc. Gerald Cassidy's original oil paintings, watercolors, lithographs, sketches and working drawings, and the photographs, including portraits and photographic reproductions of his works, have been transferred to the Library's pictorial collections. Two tape recordings and 25 motion pictures were also removed and transferred to the Microforms Division, cataloged as Phonotapes 786-7 and Motion Pictures 283: 1-25. Several lithograph plates and proofs were transferred by agreement in 1966 to the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque.

Partial List of Correspondents

  • Academy of Western Painters
    • 3 letters, 1933
  • Adams, Ansel Easton, 1902-
    • Letter, Feb. 27, 1934. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Albright, Horace Marden, 1890-
    • 7 letters, 1946-1953. Written while with United States Potash Company, Inc. Some are copies of letters addressed to others.
  • American Artists Professional League
    • Letter, Mar. 7, 1929. By executive chairman Frederick Ballard Williams. Some are copies of letters addressed to others.

      See also subject file in Carton 6.
  • American Express Company
    • 2 letters, 1927-1934
  • American Federation of Arts
    • 7 letters, 1914-1930. Include form letters.
  • American Folklore Society, Inc.
    • 2 letters, 1939-1948
  • American Indian Defense Association
    • 2 letters, 1924-1934. Include form letters.

      See also Collier, John.
  • American Indian League
    • Letter, Dec. 3, 1914. By president Marie E. I. Humphrey, regarding the sale of Indian handicrafts.
  • American Women
    • Letter, [1938]. Form letter by editor Benjamin Durwood Howes.
  • Anderson, Clinton Presba, 1895-
    • 9 letters and telegrams, 1939-1952. Written while director of the U.S. Coronado Exposition Commission and the New Mexico Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission and later while U.S. Congressman from New Mexico. Include letters addressed to others.
  • Andrews, John Bertram, 1880-
    • Letter, undated Economist.
  • Applegate, Frank G., d. 1934-
    • Letter, undated

      See also subject file in Carton 6.
  • Archaeological Institute of America
    • 4 letters, 1915-1926. Include one letter, May 18, 1926, by general secretary Rollin Harvelle Tanner addressed to E. Dana Johnson.

      See also Hewett, Edgar Lee.
  • Art Institute of Chicago
    • 6 letters, 1928-1934. By director Robert Harsh.
  • Associated Press
    • Telegram, June 25, 1954. Regarding Ina Cassidy's journalism award by the National Federation of Press Women.
  • Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System
    • 33 letters, 1913-1949. Include one letter, May 11, 1926, by passenger traffic manager William Joseph Black. Mostly regarding the purchase of Gerald Cassidy art works. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Austin, Mary (Hunter), 1868-1934
    • 4 letters, 1926-1934 and undated Include form letters and letters written to others. Also: typed transcripts of 42 letters, 1916-1932, addressed to the Cassidys, the originals of which were purchased by The Bancroft Library in Aug. 1958 from Ina Cassidy and added to the Mary Austin Collection (C-H 48) .

      See also subject files in Carton 6 & notebook, carton 10; & clippings, carton 14

      See also Barnes, Nellie

      See also Doyle, Helen (MacKnight)

      See also Echo [magazine]

      See also Fergusson, Harvey

      See also Houghton Mifflin Company

      See also Kellogg, Paul U.

      See also Southwest Review

      See also Southwestern Chautaqua Association

      See also Carton 18, v. 10
  • Balfour, Donald Church, 1882-1963
    • 8 letters, 1923-1926. Written while with the Mayo Clinic regarding the purchase of Gerald Cassidy paintings. Include copies of telegrams written to others.
  • Bancroft Library
    • Letter, Nov. 10 1961. By acting director James D. Hart.

      See also Hammond, George Peter.
  • Bandelier, Fanny (Ritter) [Mrs. Adolph Bandelier]
    • 2 letters, 1915-1916.
  • Barker, William Judson, 1884-
    • 13 letters, 1915-1943. Also: eight letters, 1916-1947, by his wife Ruth (Laughlin) Barker.
  • Barnes, Nellie
    • 5 letters, 1938-1939. Regarding Mary Austin.
  • Bascom, William Russell, 1912-
    • 6 letters, 1947. Written while with the Department of Anthropology at Northwestern University regarding a symposium on folklore.
  • Batchelor, George W., 1836-

    See Christian Register
  • Beebe, William, 1877-
    • 2 letters, 1917 and n.y. Written while with the New York Zoological Society.
  • Berninghaus, Oscar Edmund, 1874-
    • 2 letters, 1912-1934. One letter written while secretary of the Society of Western Artists.
  • Bickley, Howard Lee, 1871-
    • Letter, Feb. 13, [1934]. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Bisttram, Emil, 1895-
    • Letter, Feb. 21, 1934. Also: two letters, 1934, by his wife Mayrion J. Bisttram.
  • Black, Herman
    • 5 letters and telegrams, 1929-1930. Written while publisher of the Chicago Evening American.
  • Black, William Joseph, 1864-

    See Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway System
  • Bliss, Leslie Edgar, 1890-1970

    See Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
  • Blumenschein, Ernest L., 1874-
    • Telegram, Feb. 13, 1934. Upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Bonner, Mary (Graham), 1889-
    • Letter May 24, 1918. Written from Post Graduate New York Hospital following an operation.
  • Boston, Alvin Dale, 1902-

    See New Mexico. State College
  • Botkin, Benjamin Albert, 1901-
    • 2 letters, 1929-1930. Written while editor of Folk-Say and while with the University of Oklahoma.
  • Brandt & Brandt
    • 3 letters, 1932-1935.
  • Briggs, Lyman James, 1874-

    See U.S. Bureau of Standards
  • Brinker, Josiah Henry, 1851-

    See U.S. Government Printing Office
  • Bryan, William Alanson, 1875-1942

    See Los Angeles Co., Calif. Museum
  • Buck, Jirah Dewey, 1838-
    • Letter, Oct. 17, 1900. Physician.
  • Burke, Charles Henry, 1861-1944

    See U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs
  • Burlin, Paul, 1886-
    • Letter, Apr. 28, 1926. Artist.
  • Burr, George Elbert
    • 2 letters, 1921-1922. Artist.
  • Bursum, Holm Olaf, 1867-1953
    • Letter, Jan. 13, 1923. Written while U.S. Senator from New Mexico.
  • Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968
    • 26 letters, 1922-1963. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also subject file in Carton 6
  • California. University, Berkeley. Chancellor
    • Letter, Dec. 16, 1963. By Edward William Strong, acknowledging gift of the Cassidy papers to The Bancroft Library.
  • California Palace of the Legion of Honor
    • 2 letters, 1932. One letter, Feb. 5, 1932, by director Lloyd La Page Rollins regarding an exhibition by Santa Fe artists.
  • California Water Color Society
    • 2 letters, 1928-1929. Form letters by corresponding secretary Carol Weston.
  • Campa, Arthur Leon, 1905-
    • 2 letters, 1940. Written while associate professor of modern languages at the University of New Mexico and later while with the U.S. Coronado Exposition Commission.
  • Campbell, Walter Stanley, 1887-

    See Vestal, Stanley
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
    • Telegram, Nov. 13, 1931. By president Frederick Paul Keppel.
  • Cassidy, Asa R [brother of Gerald Cassidy]
    • 20 letters and telegrams, 1914-1932. Some written while president of H. C. Miner Lithograph Co.
  • Catron, Fletcher A.
    • 11 letters, 1926-1944. Attorney at law.
  • Caxton Printers, Ltd.
    • Letter, July 17, 1940. By president James Herrick Gipson.
  • Century Co.
    • 2 letters, 1924. Regarding a Gerald Cassidy dust jacket for a book by Mary Austin.
  • Chaloner Prize Foundation
    • Letter, May 15, 1934. By trustee William Platt enclosing regulations for the Paris prize.
  • Chapman, Kenneth Milton, 1875-

    See New Mexico. Museum
  • Chavez, Dennis, 1888-
    • Letter, May 25, 1948. Photocopy of letter written while U.S. Senator from New Mexico.
  • Cherrington, Ben Mark, 1885-

    See Denver, Colo. University
  • Chicago Galleries Association
    • 121 letters and telegrams, 1926-1936 and 5 undated
  • Chicago Tribune
    • Letter, Dec. 6, 1928. By artist Charles P. Killgore.
  • Christian Herald
    • 2 letters, 1918. Re poetry purchased from Ina Cassidy.
  • Christian Register
    • Letter, Sept. 25, 1901. By editor George W. Batchelor transmitting payment for an article by Ina Cassidy.
  • Clarke, Sarah J., 1840-
    • 11 letters, [1917] and undated Author.
  • Collier, John, 1884-
    • 19 letters and telegrams, 1924-1925 and undated Written while executive secretary of the American Indian Defense Association and later U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.
  • Cook, Howard, 1901-
    • Letter, Jan. 29, 1960. Artist.
  • Corbin, Alice, 1881-1949

    See Henderson, Alice (Corbin)
  • Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission
    • 7 letters, 1939-1940. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also subject file in Carton 6.
  • Crow, Martha Foote
    • 2 letters, undated Author. Ina Cassidy studied with her for one winter in New York.
  • Cutting, Bronson Murray, 1883-1935
    • Letter, Nov. 4, 1933. Written while U.S. Senator from New Mexico.
  • Daniell, William Swift
    • 99 letters and telegrams, 1912-1916 and undated Gerald Cassidy's first agent-dealer in California.
  • Daughters of the American Revolution
    • 4 letters, 1911-1937. One letter, Feb. 17, 1937, by secretary general Helena R. (Hellwig) Pouch.

      See also subject file in Carton 6.
  • Daughters of the American Revolution. New Mexico
    • 9 letters, 1929-1952.
  • Davey, Randall, 1887-
    • 4 letters and telegrams, 1920-1957. Artist.
  • Davidson, Gilbert Aubrey, 1868-

    See San Diego, Calif. Panama-California International Exposition, 1915-1916
  • Davidson, Levette Jay, 1894-
    • Letter, Jan. 2, 1947. Regarding his folklore version of the lost buffalo hunter.
  • Davis, Robert Hobart, d. 1915
    • Letter, Oct. 9, 1913
  • Dawson, Ernest

    See Dawson's Book Shop
  • Dawson's Book Shop
    • 3 letters, 1913. Include two letters by Ernest Dawson.
  • Dayton (Ohio) Art Institute
    • Letter, Oct. 7, 1930. By director Siegfried Reginald Weng inviting Gerald Cassidy to join the Institute.
  • Demaray, Arthur E., 1887-

    See U.S. National Park Service
  • Dempsey, John Joseph, 1879-1958
    • 8 letters, 1930-1955. Written while president of the United States Asphalt Corporation and later U.S. Congressman from New Mexico Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Denver, Colo. Art Museum
    • 5 letters, 1923-1933.

      See also Kay-Scott, Cyril Frederic Creighton.
  • Denver, Colo. Museum of Natural History
    • Letter, Apr. 27, 1954
  • Denver, Colo. University
    • 34 letters and telegrams, 1922-1934.

      Include two letters, 1932, by profess or Ben Mark Cherrington; five letters and telegrams, 1932-1933, by chancellor Frederick Maurice Hunter; and eight letters and telegrams, 1932, by Edward Grosvenor Plowman as dean of the extension division. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.

      See also

      Cyril Frederic Creighton Kay-Scott,

      Hattie Horner Louthan,

      Abel Etienne Bernardeau Renaud.
  • Denver (Colo.) Post
    • Letter, Apr. 28, 1905. By photographer Joseph H. Langer.
  • d'Harnoncourt, René, 1901-

    See U.S. Dept. of the Interior
  • Disney (Walt) Productions
    • Letter, May 5, 1948. By publicity director Joseph P. Reddy regarding Disney folklore productions.
  • Dobie, James Frank, 1888-
    • 2 letters, 1946-1947.
  • Dodge, Homer Levi, 1887-

    See Oklahoma. University
  • Double Dealer [magazine]
    • 2 letters, 1921. By managing editor Walter Yust.
  • Doyle, Helen (MacKnight), 1872-
    • Letter, June 8, 1938. Seeking material for her biography of Mary Austin.
  • Duffus, Robert Luther, 1888-
    • Letter, June 18, 1938. Regarding his book The Santa Fe Trail.
  • Dunton, William Herbert, 1878-1936
    • Letter, Feb. 4, 1933. Artist.
  • Early, Mary (Graham) Bonner, 1889-

    See Bonner, Mary (Graham)
  • Eastman Kodak Company
    • Letter, Oct. 14, 1937. By M. J. Rothenberger.
  • Eaton, Harold B.
    • 91 letters and telegrams, 1921-1928. Massachusetts art dealer for Cassidy works. Include copies of letters written to others. Also: three letters, 1927-1928, by his wife Annie B. Eaton.
  • Echo [magazine]
    • Letter, Jan. 19, 1928. By editor David Raffelock addressed to Mary Austin inviting her to submit literary works to the magazine.
  • Eckles, Isabel Lancaster, 1877-

    See U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico
  • Edwards Brothers, Inc.
    • Letter, Apr. 13, 1938. By director of publications Eugene Barnum Power.
  • Elkus, Charles De Young, 1881-
    • Letter, Feb. 23, 1934. Co-signed with his wife Ruth C. (Salinger) upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Ellis, Annie Laurie, 1875-1938
    • 43 letters, 1926-1938 and 6 undated Author.

      See also subject files in Carton 3.
  • Emrich, Duncan Black Macdonald, 1908-

    See U.S. Library of Congress
  • Esoteric Order of Essenes
    • 35 letters and telegrams, 1939-1940. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also subject file in Carton 3.
  • Evans, Florence (Wilkinson)
    • Letter, July 21, 1933. [Mrs. Wilfrid Muir Evans]. Playwright.
  • Eyring, Edward, 1903-

    See New Mexico Highlands University
  • Fahy, Charles, 1892-
    • 4 letters, 1931-1933. Attorney at law. Some written while treasurer of the Santa Fe Art School. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Feminist Alliance
    • 2 letters, 1914 and undated Form invitation letters.
  • Ferguson, Lucia Caroline (Loomis), 1887-
    • Letter, Feb. 20, 1934. Written while a columnist with Scripps-Howard upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Fergusson, Erna, 1888-1964
    • Letter, Sept. 11, 1949. Re marking the grave of Don Pedro Peralta.
  • Fergusson, Harvey, 1890-
    • 2 letters, 1950 and undated Written while with the New York Times Book Review. One letter addressed to Mary Austin.
  • Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1883-
    • 2 letters, 1927-1928. Author.
  • Field, Charles Kellogg, 1873-

    See Sunset Magazine
  • Flesher, B.
    • 48 letters and telegrams, 1912-1932. Written while vice president and manager of Rothenberg & Schloss Cigar Company re settling Gerald Cassidy's affairs after his departure from Denver, Colorado.
  • Fletcher, John Gould, 1886-
    • 5 letters, 1934-1948 and undated Author.
  • Foster, Jeanne Robert (Oliver), 1884-
    • 2 letters, 1916. Author.
  • Foundation of Western Art, Los Angeles
    • Letter, Apr. 14, 1937. By president Max Wieczorek addressed to the publisher of New Mexico Magazine.
  • Frederick, John Tower, 1893-

    See Midland (Magazine)
  • Freemasons, New Mexico
    • 7 letters, 1938-1963
  • Garth, Thomas Russell, 1872-
    • Letter, Apr. 16, 1932. Written while professor of experimental psychology at the University of Denver.
  • Gaspard, Leon, 1882-
    • Letter, Feb. 16, 1934. Painter. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy. Also: one letter, Dec. 3, n.y., by his wife Evelyn Adele Gaspard.
  • General Federation of Women's Clubs
    • Letter, Aug. 6, 1924. By Stella M. Atwood as chairman of the committee on Indian welfare.
  • Gerstenberg, Alice
    • 2 letters, May 18, 1916 and undated Author.
  • Gilman, Charlotte (Ferkins) Stetson, 1860-
    • Letter, Jan. 28, 1915
  • Gipson, James Herrick, 1885-

    See Caxton Fainters, Ltd.
  • Gossard, Harry Clinton, 1884-

    See New Mexico Normal University
  • Grabfelder, Samuel, 1844-
    • Letter, June 18, 1919
  • Grant, Blanche C.
    • 3 letters, 1934-1947. Author.
  • Greff, John Robert, 1867-

    See National Arts Club
  • Gudde, Erwin Gustav, 1889-1969
    • 4 letters, 1948. Regarding New Mexico place names.
  • Guernsey, Samuel James, 1868-
    • Letter, May 2, 1921. Typescript copy.
  • Haas, Lez Lewis, 1911-

    See New Mexico. University
  • Hafen, Le Roy Reuben, 1893-
    • Letter, Feb. 7, 1947. Written while executive director of the Colorado Historical Society.
  • Hammond, George Peter, 1896-
    • 51 letters, 1937-1965. Written while with the University of New Mexico, state director of the U.S. WPA Historical Records Survey for New Mexico and later director of The Bancroft Library. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Hand, Wayland Debs, 1907-
    • Letter, May 7, 1954. Written while professor of German and folklore at U.C.L.A.
  • Hardy, Clifford W.
    • 61 letters and telegrams, 1912-1943 and undated Colorado Springs art dealer for Cassidy works. Also: 39 letters, 1916-1949, by his wife Edna D. Hardy.
  • Harrington, John Peabody
    • 47 letters, 1912-1934 and 2 undated
  • Harrington, Mark Raymond, 1882-

    See Los Angeles. Southwest Museum
  • Harshe, Robert Bartholow, 1879-

    See Art Institute of Chicago
  • Hart, Albert Bushnell, 1854-1943
    • Letter, May 24, 1919. Regarding his interest in a Roosevelt memorial.
  • Hart, James David, 1911-

    See Bancroft Library
  • Hartley, Marsden, 1877-
    • Letter, Feb. 2, 1920. Painter.
  • Hay, Mary Garrett

    See New York State Woman Suffrage Party
  • Henderson, Alice (Corbin), 1881-1949
    • 4 letters, 1937-1940 and undated One letter written while curator of the Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Henri, Robert, 1865-1929
    • Letter, Dec. 7, 1916. Artist.
  • Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
    • 7 letters, 1954-1958. Include six letters, 1954-1958, by librarian Leslie Edgar Bliss.
  • Hewett, Edgar Lee, 1865-
    • 26 letters and telegrams, 1913-1946. Written while director of exhibits for the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, director of the New Mexico museum schools of American archaeology and research, general secretary of the Archaeological Institute of America and later director of the San Diego museum.
  • Higgins, Victor, 1884-
    • Letter, Mar. 1, 1920. Artist.
  • Historical Society of New Mexico
    • 3 letters, 1927-1963. Include form letters.

      See also subject file in Carton 7.
  • Hodge, Frederick Webb, 1864-1956
    • 37 letters, 1926-1952. Written while with the Heye Foundation, Museum of the American Indian and later director of the Los Angeles Southwest Museum. Also: three letters, 1929-1933, by his wife Zahrah E. (Preble) Hodge.
  • Holden, William Curry, 1896-

    See Texas Technological College
  • Holliday, Wallace Trevor, 1884-
    • 5 letters, 1926-1932.
  • Holmes, William Henry, 1846-1933

    See Smithsonian Institution
  • Hoover, Lou Henry, d. 1944
    • 8 letters, 1922-1925.
  • Horgan, Paul, 1903-
    • 2 letters, 1940 and undated
  • Houghton Mifflin Company
    • 26 letters and telegrams, 1928-1954. Mostly regarding Gerald Cassidy illustrations for Mary Austin publications.
  • Howes, Benjamin Durwood, 1899-

    See American Women
  • Humphrey, Marie E. (Ives)

    See American Indian League
  • Hunter, Frederick Maurice, 1879-

    See Denver, Colo. University
  • Hurd, Peter, 1904-
    • 2 letters, 1941-1956. Artist.
  • Ickes, Harold Le Claire, 1874-1952

    See U.S. Secretary of the Interior
  • Institute of American Genealogy
    • 5 letters, 1934-1943. Two letters, 1941-1943, by executive director Frederick Adams Virkus.

      See also subject file in Carton 7.
  • Irwin, Inez (Haynes), 1873-
    • Letter, July 7, 1925. Author.
  • Irwin, William Henry, 1873-1948
    • Letter, July 21, 1921. Acknowledging a review of his book The Next War.
  • Jackling, Daniel Cowan, 1869-1956
    • 9 letters and telegrams, 1912-1938.
  • Jacobson, Oscar Brousse, 1882-
    • 6 letters, 1929-1940 and undated Include letters written while director of the University of Oklahoma School of Art.
  • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923
    • 6 letters, 1913-1914. Written while editor of Out West.
  • Jewett, Eleanor, 1892-
    • Letter, undated Written while art critic for the Chicago Tribune regarding an article about Gerald Cassidy.
  • Johnson, William Eugene, 1862-
    • Letter, Mar. 1, n.y.
  • Jones, Andrieus Aristieus, 1862-1927
    • Telegram, Dec. 13, 1922. U.S. Senator from New Mexico. Also: two letters, Mar. 15, 1924, by his wife Natalia (Stoneroad) Jones.
  • Jonson, Raymond, 1891-
    • Letter, Aug. 18, 1940. Written while chairman of the Transcendental Painting Group.
  • Kay-Scott, Cyril Frederic Creighton, 1879-
    • 37 letters and telegrams, 1929-1934. Some written while dean of the University of Denver school of art and later while with the Denver art museum. Include copies of letters written to others and five letters by his secretary.
  • Keleher, William Aloysius, 1886-
    • 2 letters, 1957. Regarding purchase of Maxwell Land Grant.
  • Kelley, David Otis, 1908-

    See New Mexico. University
  • Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-
    • Letter, Sept. 3, 1929. Written while editor of Survey addressed to Frank G. Applegate, regarding Mary Austin.
  • Kent, Harry Llewellyn, 1879-

    See New Mexico. State College
  • Keppel, Frederick Paul, 1875-1943

    See Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Kidder, Alfred Vincent, 1885-
    • 2 letters, 1933-1934. One letter written while chairman of the board of the Santa Fe Laboratory of Anthropology.
  • Kingsman, Eugene, 1909-

    See Philbrook Art Museum
  • Kluckholn, Clyde Kay Maben, 1905-1960
    • 2 Letters, 1924-1939. One letter written while with the Peabody Museum at Harvard University.
  • Knott, Sarah Gertrude
    • 32 letters, 1934-1961 and 6 undated Written while director of the National Folk Festival Association and later supervisor of folk Festivals for the U.S. Coronado Exposition Commission. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.
  • Ladies' Home Journal
    • Letter, undated Form manuscript rejection letter.
  • La Farge, Oliver, 1901-
    • 2 letters, 1947-1961. One written while president of the Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc.
  • Landmarks Club

    See Lummis, Charles Fletcher
  • Lane, Anne (Wintermute) [Mrs. Franklin K. Lane]
    • Letter, Feb. 17, 1934. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Larrazolo, Octaviano Ambrosio, 1859-

    See New Mexico. Governor
  • Latham, Harold Strong, 1887-

    See Macmillan Company
  • Latham, LeRoy
    • 38 letters, 1907-1937. Written while superintendent of U.S. Lithograph Co. and later while president of Latham Litho and Printing Company. Include copies of letters written to others. Also: twelve letters, 1928-1932 and 3 undated, by his wife Pauline Latham.

      See also subject file in Carton 7.
  • Lawrence, William Van Duzer, 1842-
    • 6 letters, 1915-1916.
  • Lemke, William, 1878-1950
    • Letter, Mar. 10, 1943. Written while U.S. Congressman from North Dakota regarding his defense of the rights of Indians.
  • Literary Digest
    • 2 letters, 1922. By art department manager R. E. Leppert addressed to Harold B. Eaton.
  • Long, Haniel Clark, 1888-
    • 6 letters, 1937-1941. Writer.
  • Los Angeles. Southwest Museum
    • 12 letters, 1934-1954. Include five letters, 1940-1954, by curator Mark Raymond Harrington.

      See also Hodge, Frederick Webb.
  • Los Angeles Co., Calif. Museum
    • 9 letters, 1915-1932. One letter, July 30, 1928, by director William Alanson Bryan.
  • Lottinville, Savoie, 1906-

    See Oklahoma. University. Press
  • Louthan, Hattie Horner, 1865-
    • 6 letters, 1919-1933. Written while professor of English at Denver University. Include one letter by her secretary.
  • Low, Mary Fairchild
    • 3 letters, 1914-1917 and undated Artist.
  • Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1952
    • 8 letters, 1938 and undated
  • Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928
    • 10 letters, 1915-1924 and undated Written while with the Southwest Society and president of the Landmarks Club of California. Include form letters.
  • McKee, Robert E.
    • 33 letters, 1952-1960. Regarding the purchase of Gerald Cassidy paintings. Include two letters by assistants and copies of letters written to others.
  • McLean, John Arthur, 1879-
    • Letter, Feb. 11, 1932. Written on behalf of the Association of Art Museum Directors.
  • Macmillan Company
    • 7 letters, 1937-1944. Include three letters, 1937-1939, by vice president Harold Strong Latham.
  • Mallery, Otto Tod, 1881-
    • Letter, Mar. 12, 1920.
  • Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940
    • Telegram, Mar. 16, 1918.
  • Mechem, Edwin Leard, 1912-

    See New Mexico. Governor
  • Meem, John Gaw, 1894-
    • 7 letters, 1936-1961. Some written while president of the Old Santa Fe Association. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Meyer, Edward Moffat, 1904-

    See New Mexico. Museum
  • Midland [magazine]
    • Letter, Mar. 10, 1925. By editor John Tower Frederick.
  • Miles, John Esten, 1884-

    See New Mexico. Governor
  • Milton Bradley Company
    • Letter, Mar. 9, 1925. By Carolyn Sherwin Bailey as editor of Kindergarten & First Grade Magazine.
  • Montoya, Nestor, 1862-1923
    • Telegram, Dec. 12, 1922. Written while U.S. Congressman from New Mexico addressed to the Santa Fe Arts Club regarding Indian hunger.
  • Morley, Sylvanus Griswold, 1878-
    • 2 letters, 1922-1948. One letter written while director of the Laboratory of Anthropology at the Museum of New Mexico.
  • Moylan, Lloyd
    • Letter, undated Artist. Regarding Ina Cassidy's article about Moylan in New Mexico Magazine.
  • Museum of Navajo Ceremonial Art
    • Letter, Aug. 20, 1958. By director Kenneth E. Foster. See also Henderson, Alice (Corbin).
  • National American Woman Suffrage Association
    • Letter, Oct. 23, 1917. By press department chairman Rose Young regarding a suffrage parade.
  • National Arts Club
    • 3 letters, 1919-1920. Include two letters, 1919-1920, by treasurer John Robert Gregg.
  • National Hughes Alliance
    • Letter, Sept. 25, 1916. Form letter.
  • National League of American Pen Women
    • 2 letters, 1932. Include one letter, Apr. 18, 1932, by president Grace Sexton informing Ina Cassidy of her appointment as vice president for New Mexico.
  • Nelson, Richard Henry, 1859-
    • 15 letters, 1928-1929. Written while bishop of the diocese of Albany, New York, regarding his portrait by Gerald Cassidy. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • New England Associate Alliance
    • Letter, Sept. 22, 1911. By president Alma Faunce Smith.
  • New Mexico. Attorney General
    • Letter, Oct. 16, 1920. By assistant attorney general N. D. Meyer regarding poll tax for women voters.
  • New Mexico. Governor
    • 12 letters and telegrams, 1919-1956.

      Include one letter, Mar. 21, 1934, by A. W. Hockenhull; two letters and telegrams, 1919, by Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo; one letter, Aug. 16, 1951, by Edwin Leard Mechem; two letters, 1939, by John Esten Miles; three letters, 1931-1933, by Arthur Seligman; and one letter, June 25, 1956, by John Field Simms. Also: one letter, Nov. 4, 1931, by Frankie E. (Harris) Seligman, wife of Governor Arthur Seligman.
  • New Mexico. Museum
    • 42 letters, 1920-1964 and 3 undated

      Include correspondence of the Museum's School of American Research, the Laboratory of Anthropology and the Museum of International Folk Art. Include one letter, Mar. 28, 1942, by director Kenneth Milton Chapman and two letters, 1964, by director Edward Moffat Meyer. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also

      Edgar Lee Hewett,

      Alfred Vincent Kidder,

      Sylvanus Griswold and

      Paul Alfred Francis Walter.

      See also subject file in Carton 8.
  • New Mexico. Secretary of State
    • 3 letters, 1933-1950.
  • New Mexico. State College
    • 7 letters, 1923-1956. Include one letter, June 14, 1923, by president Harry Llewellyn Kent and one letter, Jan. 28, 1955, by Alvin Dale Boston as dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.
  • New Mexico. University
    • 45 letters, 1939-1964. Include two letters, 1948-1956, by Lez Lewis Haas as chairman of the Art Department; two letters, 1958, by university librarian David Otis Kelley; and 14 letters, 1944-1954, by John Donald Robb as dean of the College of Fine Arts.

      See also

      Arthur Leon Campa,

      George Peter Hammond

      Thomas Matthews Pearce.
  • New Mexico. University. President
    • 5 letters, 1939-1946. Include four letters, 1939-1941, by James Fulton Zimmerman and one letter, Sept. 3, 1946, by John Philip Wernette.
  • New Mexico Folklore Society

    See Pearce, Thomas Matthews

    See also subject files in Cartons 7 & 8.
  • New Mexico Highlands University
    • 8 letters, 1947-1961. Include two letters, 1947, by president Edward Eyring: one letter by his secretary.
  • New Mexico [magazine]
    • 24 letters, 1931-[1964] and n.d . Include copies of letters written to others.
  • New Mexico Normal University
    • 6 letters, 1932-1939. Include three letters, 1932-1934, by president Harry Clinton Gossard.
  • New Republic
    • Letter, Sept. 30, 1953. By editor Michael Whitney Straight.
  • New York State Woman Suffrage Party
    • 3 letters, 1917. Include two letters by chairman Mary Garrett Hay.
  • Newcomb, Jacob, 1854-
    • Letter, Apr. 20, 1920.
  • Oakland, Calif. Art Gallery
    • 2 letters, 1922-1933. By director William H. Clapp.
  • Oklahoma. University
    • 2 letters, 1924-1957. One letter, May 22, 1924, by physicist Homer Levi Dodge.

      See also Benjamin Albert Botkin and Oscar Brousse Jacobson.
  • Oklahoma. University. Press
    • 3 letters, 1939-1964. Include two letters, 1939-1944, by director Savoie Lottinville.
  • Old Santa Fe Association
    • 7 letters, 1926-1957. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also Meem, John Gaw.

      See also subject files in Carton 8.
  • Pacific Coast Borax Company
    • 2 letters, 1932-1933. Regarding Gerald Cassidy paintings.
  • Padover, Saul K, 1905-
    • Telegram, July 19, 1945. Also: five letters, 1948 and undated, by his wife Irina "Nina" (Raben) Padover.
  • Parsons, Sheldon, 1866-
    • 16 letters, 1916-1918 and 3 undated Artist.
  • Pearce, Thomas Matthews, 1902-
    • 141 letters, 1933-1965 and 8 undated Written on behalf of the Coronado Cuarto Centennial; while editor of the New Mexico Folklore Society Record, the New Mexico Quarterly and Western Folklore; and professor of English at the University of New Mexico. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
    • Letter, Nov. 21, 1927. By secretary John Andrew Myers.
  • Philbrook Art Museum
    • 3 letters, 1940. Include two letters by director Eugene Kingman.
  • Phillips, Bert Geer, 1868-
    • 3 letters, 1921-1952. Artist.
  • Phillips, Henry Wallace, 1869-
    • 2 letters, 1900-1918. Author.
  • Phinney, E. A.
    • 48 letters and telegrams, 1925-1937. Some written while president of the Rubey National Bank. Regarding Gerald Cassidy's Golden High School mural commission and Parfet Park memorial. Include one letter by an assistant.
  • Plowman, Edward Grosvenor, 1899-

    See Denver, Colo. University
  • Poetry
    • 2 letters, May 20, 1938 and undated One letter by editor George Dillon.
  • Pooley, Robert Cecil, 1898-
    • 2 letters, 1935-1936. Written while assistant professor of English at the University of Wisconsin regarding his anthology of American prose and poetry.
  • Poore, Henry Rankin, 1859-
    • 2 letters, 1914 and undated Artist.
  • Poster Artists Association of America
    • 6 letters, 1912-1916.
  • Pound, Louise, 1872-
    • Letter, Jan. 8, 1947. Written while professor of English at the University of Nebraska.
  • Power, Eugene Barnum, 1905-

    See Edwards Brothers, Inc.
  • Powers, Marcella
    • Letter, Jan. 10, 1964. Re publishing poetry by Ina Cassidy.
  • Rak, Charles Lukeman
    • 2 letters, 1955 and undated

      See also Mary (Kidder) Rak.
  • Rak, Mary (Kidder), 1879-
    • 3 letters, 1946-1949. Author. Include two letters, 1946-1949, co-signed with her husband Charles Lukeman Rak.
  • Raper, Howard Riley, 1886-
    • Letter, June 5, 1924. Expressing his pleasure with a Cassidy painting. Also: one letter, May 17, 1924, by his wife Fannie (Agnew) Raper.
  • Ravenel, William de Chastignier, 1859-

    See U.S. National Museum
  • Renaud, Abel Etienne Bernardeau, 1880-
    • 7 letters, 1933-1934. Written while professor of anthropology at the University of Denver.
  • Robb, John Donald, 1892-

    See New Mexico. University
  • Roberts, Frank Harold, 1897-

    See Smithsonian Institution
  • Rockwell, Robert Fay, 1886-1950
    • Letter, Mar. 27, 1943. Written while U.S. Congressman from Colorado regarding an Indian rights bill.
  • Roerich, Nicholas, 1874-
    • 2 letters, 1921-1923. Artist.
  • Rogers, James Grafton, 1883-
    • Letter, [1913]. By his wife Cora May (Peabody) Rogers regarding their interest in Cassidy works.
  • Rollins, Lloyd La Page

    See California Palace of the Legion of Honor
  • Rollins, Warren E., 1860-
    • Letter, July 31, 1934. Artist.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945
    • Letter, Jan. 22, 1945. Transcript of letter written to John Collier upon his resignation as Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
  • Roosevelt Memorial Association
    • 4 letters, 1919. Regarding Gerald Cassidy's proposed Roosevelt memorial arch.
  • Rosenwald, Julius, 1862-1932
    • 2 letters, 1923. Regarding Cassidy paintings. Also: one letter, May 2, 1927, by his wife Augusta (Nusbaum) Rosenwald.
  • Rudhyar, Dane, 1895-
    • Letter, Jan. 8, 1939. Artist.
  • Rush, Olive
    • 6 letters, 1936-1958, and undated Painter.
  • Rust, Frank N.
    • 25 letters, 1913-1918 and undated Personal friend.
  • Sabin, Edwin Legrand, 1870-
    • Letter, Apr. 2, 1915. Regarding his book Kit Carson Days.
  • Sabin, Pauline Morton, 1887-

    See Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform
  • San Diego, Calif. Museum

    See Hewett, Edgar Lee
  • San Diego, Calif . Panama-California International Exposition, 1915-1916
    • 2 letters, 1916. One from president, Gilbert A. Davidson.
  • Sandburg, Carl, 1878-
    • Letter, Mar. 20, 1922.
  • Santa Fe, N.M. Chamber of Commerce
    • 14 letters, 1928-1954, and undated Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.

      See also subject file in Carton 8.
  • Santa Fe, N.M. Mayor
    • 2 letters, 1947-1953.
  • Santa Fe Fiesta Corporation (N.M.)
    • 6 letters, 1928-1959.

      See also subject file in Carton 8.
  • Santa Fe New Mexican
    • 7 letters, 1938-1949, and undated
  • Saunders, Kenneth James, 1883-1937
    • Letter, Sept. 9, 1933. Regarding purchase of a Cassidy painting for the Maharajah of Baroda.
  • Scattergood, Joseph Henry, 1877-

    See U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs
  • Schultz, James Willard, 1859-
    • Letter, Sept. 29, 1915. Author.
  • Scribner's (Charles) Sons
    • Letter, Jan. 31, 1929.
  • Selden, Charles Albert, 1870-
    • 2 letters, undated
  • Seligman, Arthur, 1873-1933

    See New Mexico. Governor
  • Sells, Cato

    See U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs
  • Seth, Julien Orem, 1883-
    • 2 letters, 1929-1934. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946
    • 13 letters, 1919-1933. Also: two letters, 1934-1938, by his daughter Ann (Seton) Chase.
  • Seton, Grace (Gallatin)

    See National League of American Pen Women
  • Seward, Coy Avon, 1884-
    • 9 letters, 1930-1933. Artist. Some written while secretary of Prairie Print Makers.
  • Seward, Frederick William, 1830-1915
    • Letter, July 31, 1900. Giving advice to Ina Cassidy re publishing her stories.
  • Shannon, Ailleen
    • Letter, Mar. 29, 1938.
  • Sharp, Joseph Henry, 1859-
    • Letter, Feb. 25, 1934. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Shaw, George Hamlin, 1890-
    • Letter, Apr. 20, 1931.
  • Shuster, Will, 1893-
    • Letter, [June 1934]. Artist.
  • Simms, Albert Gallatin, 1882-
    • Letter, Sept. 1, 1950.
  • Simms, John Field, 1885-

    See New Mexico. Governor
  • Simpson, Alexander, 1855-
    • 6 letters, 1928-1929. Regarding the purchase of Cassidy paintings.
  • Sloan, John, 1871-
    • 2 letters, 1933 and n.d One co-signed with his wife Anna M. (Wall) Sloan.
  • Smith, Alma Faunce

    See New England Associate Alliance
  • Smith, George Albert, 1870-

    See Utah Pioneer Trails and Landmarks Association
  • Smith, Henry Nash, 1906-

    See Southwest Review [magazine]
  • Smithsonian Institution
    • 10 letters, 1915-1961.

      Include three letters, 1916-1919, by William Henry Holmes while curator of the National gallery of Art and two letters, 1954-1961, by Frank Harold Hanna Roberts as director of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Include typescript copies and photocopies of letters written to others.
  • Society of Western Artists

    See Berninghaus, Oscar Edmund
  • Southwest Review [magazine]
    • 4 letters, 1931 and undated One letter, Mar. 13, 1931, by editorial staff member Henry Nash Smith addressed to Mary Austin upon the death of Frank Applegate.
  • Southwest Society

    See Lummis, Charles Fletcher
  • Southwestern Chautauqua Association
    • 3 letters, 1926. By president Elisabeth Bacon; two letters addressed to Mary Austin.
  • Spencer, Lilian (White)
    • 3 letters, [1928]-1933 and undated Writer.
  • Stewart, Dorothy N.
    • 3 letters, 1924-1948. Artist.
  • Stockton, Panay
    • Letter, Feb. 25, 1934. Artist. Letter of condolence upon the death of Gerald Cassidy.
  • Straight, Michael Whitney, 1916-

    See New Republic
  • Strong, Edward William, 1901-

    See California. University, Berkeley. Chancellor
  • Sunset Magazine
    • 2 letters, June 9, 1916 and undated By editor Charles Kellogg Field.
  • Survey

    See Kellogg, Paul Underwood
  • Taft, Robert, 1894-
    • Letter, Oct. 21, 1940. Written while professor of of chemistry at the University of Kansas regarding Cassidy Adams.
  • Tanner, Rollin Harvelle, 1874-

    See Archaeological Institute of America
  • Taylor, Archer, 1890-
    • Letter, Feb. 10, 1947.
  • Texas Technological College
    • Letter, Jan. 24, 1950. By director William Curry Holden.
  • Thompson, Huston, 1875-
    • Letter, Dec. 27, 1922. Written while commissioner of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
  • Thompson, Wallace, 1883-
    • Telegram, Sept. 18, 1921.
  • Twitchell, Ralph Emerson, 1859-1925
    • 9 letters, 1916-1924. Attorney at law.
  • U.S. Army
    • 2 letters, 1949-1950. By adjutant general Edward Fuller Witsell.
  • U.S. Bureau of Standards
    • Letter, Sept. 25, 1936. By director Lyman James Briggs addressed to Congressman John J. Dempsey regarding the quality of Indian silver.
  • U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs
    • 7 letters and telegrams, 1913-1937.

      Include one letter, Sept. 15, 1913, by Cato Sells; two letters and telegrams, 1922-1923, by Charles Henry Burke, including one addressed to Senator H.O. Bursum; and copy of one letter, Mar. 21, 1932, by assistant commissioner Joseph Henry Scattergood, addressed to Charles E. Faris.

      See also Collier, John.
  • U.S. Coronado Exposition Commission
    • 11 letters, 1939-1940. By assistant supervisor of folk festivals Gilbert E. Miera. Include copies of letters written to others.

      See also

      Clinton Presba Anderson;

      Arthur Leon Campa;

      Sarah Gertrude Knott.
  • U.S. Dept. of the Interior
    • 10 letters, 1915-1951. Regarding Indian affairs. One letter, June 3, 1940, by general manager of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board Rene d'Harnoncourt. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • U.S. Federal Trade Commission

    See Thompson, Huston
  • U.S. Forest Service
    • Letter, Feb. 19, 1916. By the supervisor of Apache National Forest.
  • U.S. General Accounting Office
    • Letter, Dec. 10, 1934. Form letter, notice of settlement of claim, by comptroller, for salary due Gerald Cassidy's estate for work done for the Civil Works Administration.
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service
    • 2 letters, 1921-1946.
  • U.S. Library of Congress
    • 4 letters, 1946-1958. Include one letter, Dec. 31, 1946, by folklore section chief Duncan Black Macdonald Emrich.
  • U.S. National Archives
    • Letter, Nov. 7, 1950. By chief of the army section, war records branch Richard G. Wood.
  • U.S. National Museum
    • Letter, Mar. 17, 1926. By administrative assistant to the secretary William de Chastignier Ravenel.
  • U.S. National Park Service
    • 5 letters, 1914-1949. Include two letters, 1934-1935, by associate director Arthur E. Demaray.
  • U.S. Navy
    • 2 letters, 1943. By the Santa Be, New Mexico, recruiting section.
  • U.S. Secretary of the Interior
    • 7 letters, 1924-1939. Include one letter, June 2, 1924, by Herbert Work; one letter, May 2, 1931, by Ray Lyman Wilbur; and three letters, 1935-1936, by Harold L. Ickes.
  • U.S. Treasury Dept.
    • 5 letters, 1934-1936. Mostly regarding public works of art project. Include copies of letters and telegrams written to others.
  • U.S. Works Progress Administration
    • 12 letters and telegrams, 1935-1938. Re federal writers' projects.
  • U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico
    • 9 letters, 1936-1940. One letter, Mar. 2, 1939, by acting director of the Women's and Professional Division Isabel Lancaster Eckles. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • United States Lithograph Co.
    • 126 letters and telegrams, 1908-1913 and undated From Russell-Morgan print division regarding orders for poster work by Gerald Cassidy.

      See also Latham, LeRoy.
  • United States Potash Company, Inc.

    See Albright, Horace Marden
  • Utah Pioneer Trails and Landmarks Association
    • Letter, July 29, 1936. By president George Albert Smith.
  • Van Indian, William Brantley, 1858-
    • Letter, Sept. 7, 1920. Also: one letter, undated, by his wife Bertha (Sequard) Van Ingen.
  • Ventura, Calif. Chamber of Commerce
    • 3 letters, 1913-1914.
  • Vestal, Stanley, 1887-
    • 14 letters, 1938-1952. Most of them signed W. S. Campbell. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others.
  • Virkus, Frederick Adams

    See Institute of American Genealogy
  • Vose, Robert Churchill, 1873-
    • Letter, Mar. 19, 1930.
  • Walter, Paul Alfred Francis, 1873-
    • 15 letters, 1915-1955. Written while secretary of the New Mexico Museum's School of American Archaeology and later vice-president of the First National Bank of Santa Fe. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Waters, Frank, 1902-
    • Letter, May 11, 1954.
  • Wells, Stuart Wilder, 1876-
    • 3 letters, 1925. Regarding the purchase of Cassidy paintings.
  • Wendt, William, 1865-
    • 2 letters, 1913. Artist.
  • Weng, Siegfried Reginald, 1904-

    See Dayton (Ohio) Art Institute
  • Wernette, John Philip, 1903-

    See New Mexico. University. President
  • West, Harold E., 1902-
    • Letter, Jan. 2, 1941. Artist.
  • Wieczorek, Max, 1863-

    See Foundation of Western Art, Los Angeles
  • Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1875-1949

    See U.S. Secretary of the Interior
  • Wilkinson, Marguerite Ogden (Bigelow), 1883-
    • Letter, Nov. 16, 1917. Author.
  • Williams, Blanche Colton, 1879-
    • 2 letters, 1922. Critiques of Gerald Cassidy works.
  • Williams, Frederick Ballard, 1871-

    See American Artists Professional League
  • Wilson, Francis Cushman, 1876-
    • Letter, Feb. 2, 1946. Addressed to Horace M. Albright. Also: three letters and telegrams, 1926-1954, by his wife Charlotte Lansing (Parker) Wilson.
  • Wisconsin. University

    See Pooley, Robert Cecil
  • Wister, Owen, 1860-1938
    • Letter, Jan. 20, 1903.
  • Witsell, Edward Fuller, 1891-

    See U.S. Army
  • Woman's Peace Party
    • 2 letters and telegrams, 1915-1917.
  • Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform
    • Letter, Nov. 7, 1933. By president Pauline Morton Sabin.
  • Work, Herbert, 1860-1942

    See U.S. Secretary of the Interior
  • Wright, Edward R., 1877-
    • 12 letters, 1923-1942. Attorney at law. Include copies of letters written to others.
  • Young, Rose

    See National American Woman Suffrage Association
  • Young, James Webb, 1886-
    • 49 letters and telegrams, 1922-1937, and undatedWritten while vice president of J. Walter Thompson Co. and later while with Sunset Magazine. Include eleven letters by his secretary. Also two letters and telegrams, 1922-[1934], by his wife Elizabeth (Johnson) Young.
  • Young-Hunter, John, 1874-
    • Letter, undated Artist.
  • Yust, Walter, 1894-1960

    See Double Dealer [magazine]
  • Zimmerman, James Fulton, 1887-

    See New Mexico. University. President

Container Listing

 

Incoming letters 1897-1965 BANC MSS 67/1 p

Physical Description: Boxes 1-11
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language of Material: English

Brief Family History

The Cassidy family papers consist of the papers of artist Ira D. Cassidy, better known as Gerald Cassidy, and writer Ina Sizer Cassidy, both of them long time residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico. They were married in Denver, Colorado on January 10, 1912, and thereafter their professional lives were inextricably tied to the Southwest.
Gerald Cassidy was born in Covington, Kentucky on November 10, 1879 and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where be studied at the Cincinnati Art Institute and, later, under Frank Duvenick. Although self-taught to a great extent, he also studied for a brief period at the Art Students League of New York and the National Academy of Design. His early artistic accomplishments were as a draftsman and commercial poster artist with a firm of lithographers in New York and later in Denver. In January 1912, failing health attracted him to Santa Fe where he built his home and settled for the rest of his life. In an effort to divorce his former commercial work from his new creative painting career, he began using the name Gerald Cassidy, as opposed to his earlier work as Ira Cassidy. At Santa Fe he excelled in painting portraits, desert scenes, Indian life and historic subjects. His prizes, awards and special commissions were numerous, and he exhibited regularly in New York, Boston, Chicago and throughout the West. A tour through Europe and North Africa in 1926-27 inspired additional paintings, and his works were purchased for inclusion in major public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He died on February 12, 1934 while working on a large mural for the U.S. Federal Building in Santa Fe.
Ina Cassidy was born Perlina Sizer, in a log cabin on a cattle ranch near Las Animas, Colorado, on March 4, 1869. An early crusader for women's rights she was active in the Alliance of Unitarian Women as an organizer and lecturer for women suffrage in Washington, D.C. and in the Rocky Mountain states. She became an avid writer, too, and many of her short stories, articles, and poems were published in national literary journals and anthologies. In 1931, she began writing a monthly column, "Art and Artists of New Mexico," which regularly appeared New Mexico Magazine for over twenty years and was a major influence in promoting and encouraging young artists of the Southwest. She served as state director of the WPA New Mexico Writers Project during the late 1930s and as president of the New Mexico Folklore Society in 1948. New Mexico Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary, written in collaboration with longtime friend Thomas M. Pearce, was published after her death which occurred at Santa Fe on September 9, 1965.

Content/Description

Letters written to the Cassidys, arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization. Many include replies or drafts of replies by Gerald Cassidy penciled on the bottom or verso of the incoming letter. A partial list of correspondents follows the Key to Arrangement. Unlisted letters are arranged alphabetically in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet. Fragments and unidentified letters have been placed at the end.

Access

Collection is open for research.
box 1

A Misc.-Bo

box 2

Br-Cu

box 3

D Misc-Ed

box 4

El-Hi, H Misc

box 5

Ho-Hol, H Misc

box 6

Hoo-Li

box 7

Lo-Na

box 8

Ne-Pe

box 9

Ph-S Misc

box 10

Sa-U.S.

box 11

United States-Z

box 12-15

Outgoing letters

Content/Description

Primarily carbon copies and drafts of letters arranged chronologically with undated letters at the end.
box 12-13

Letters written by Gerald Cassidy. 1902-1934 and undated

box 14-15

Letters written by Ina Cassidy. 1910-1965 and undated

box 16

Photographs

Content/Description

Primarily duplicates and unidentified. Most of the portraits have been removed and indexed separately in the Library's portrait collection.
carton 1

Biographical materials

 

Ina (Sizer) Cassidy

 

Gerald D. Cassidy

 

Personalia

Content/Description

Passports driver's licenses, ration coupons, etc.
 

Certificates, awards and memberships

 

Diaries, date books and journals, kept by Mrs. Cassidy. (15 vols.)

 

1915-1916

 

1919

 

1924

 

1925

 

1929

 

1930

 

1911

 

1932

 

1933

 

1934

 

1935

 

1936

 

1937

 

1939

 

1952-1956

 

Desert sketching trip. (Two folders) 1915.

Content/Description

Written in the form of diary letters addressed to Annie Laurie Ellis and William Swift Daniell.
 

European trip. 1926-1927.

Content/Description

Include mounted clippings and original art work by Gerald Cassidy
carton 1, folder Diary of European Trip

Paris, Atelier 19, 50 rue Vercingetorix (two page spread diary entry). July 21, 1926 BANC MSS 67/1 p

Scope and Content Note

One page is text and one page is a painted sketch by Gerald Cassidy.

Additional Note

This material was selectively digitized from a larger resource or collection.
 

Visits with Mary Austin, 1933-

Content/Description

Include mounted clippings
 

Fragments

carton 2

Speeches, lectures and interviews

 

Ina (Sizer) Cassidy

 

Gerald D. Cassidy

 

Financial records

 

Statements of account, record of loans, etc.

 

Painting accounts. Ira D. Cassidy. (2 v.) 1903-1911.

 

Record of expenses for painting

 

Tax matters (2 folders)

 

Bills, receipts, orders for supplies, shipping notices, etc.

 

Agreements, policies, indentures, leases, etc.

carton 2-5

MSS of writings by Ina Cassidy

Content/Description

Include finished works and drafts, sometimes with rough notes and related materials used in her writings. The works are variously signed as Zoro Cassidy, P. Sizer Cassidy, Perlina Cassidy, Perlyna Cassidy and Ina Sizer Cassidy.
carton 2

Major works

Content/Description

Work written or edited by Ina Cassidy, arranged alphabetically by title.
 

Art and artists of New Mexico (3 folders)

 

The Navajos under American rule

 

New Mexico place names (3 folders)

 

Scripts and plays

Content/Description

Arranged alphabetically by title.
 

The black mountain

 

Hard boiled

 

Smoke of a thousand dreams

 

Spiced pickles

 

Book reviews - written by Ina Cassidy

carton 3

Short stories and articles

Content/Description

Most were written for her monthly column Art and Artists of New Mexico in New Mexico Magazine. Arranged alphabetically by title.
 

Abraham Lincoln's double

 

Activities in the golden age

 

Agua fria and the Chihuahua Trail. June 1948

 

Albuquerque community theatre

 

All-state juried show. 1956

 

American Indian poetry

 

An adventure in tin

 

An art conference, July 1951

 

Anacapa: California coastal islands

 

Anderson, Andy: Cartoonist in wood

 

Andrews, Willard H.: Illustrator. 1952

 

Angelino, the mountain potter. 1940

 

Anglo-American folklore in New Mexico

 

Annual fiestas, ceremonials and other events in New Mexico

 

Another art colony: the art department of the A. & M. college

 

Another international art exchange. Dec. 1955

 

Annual exhibition of western art. 1953

 

Applegate, Frank G.

 

Art

 

Art: In studio and gallery. 1938

 

Art along the pacific coast

 

Art and history. Nov. 1959

 

Art and the people

 

Art and the schools

 

Art and war in New Mexico

 

Art as good will ambassador

 

Art at the capitol. 1951

 

Art at the state fair. 1947

 

Art in Carlsbad. 1954

 

Art in Española schools

 

Art in Boats

 

Art in Las Cruces. 1947

 

Art in New Mexico

 

Art in our primary schools

 

Art in Santa Fe

 

Art in Taos: The stables gallery

 

Art in the Northwest

 

Art in the U.S. Indian school

 

Art is one, Aug. 1937

 

The art museum

 

Art project: P.T.A. style

 

The art schools exhibit. Mar. 1948

 

Art west of the Pecos. 1939

 

The artist in the market place. May 1954

 

The artistic lure of the Southwest. Nov. 1919

 

Artists in war

 

Arts and crafts at Highlands university

 

Arts and crafts in state teacher's college at Silver City

 

Arts and crafts of today in New Mexico

 

At the Navajo council, Ft. Defiance, New Mexico. May 1929

 

Atwater, Barry: Painter of the desert. Aug. 1946

 

Austin, Mary Hunter

 

A backward glance

 

Bakos, Theresa

 

Balink, Henry C.

 

Barrows, Charles: Water colorist

 

Basketry

 

Beauregard, Donald

 

Behind studio doors, Feb. 1956

 

Bell, Enid

 

Black night story

 

Blazed trails: A series of historical murals at Raton

 

Blodgett, George Winslow

 

Blumenschein in retrospect

 

Book making as a fine art

 

Boyd, F.: Painter

 

The bruja of el camino del canon

 

Buffalo dances

 

Buried treasure: Santa Fe

 

Burk, William Emmett

 

Burro alley

 

Businessman-Artist. 1957

 

Canyon road-El camino del canyon. 1956

 

The capitol

 

Cassidy's Coronado murals: A gift to New Mexico. Nov. 1954

 

The center, Santa Fe: An adventure in art distribution. Jan. 1960

 

Ceremonials. 1949

 

Cerro de oro

 

A change in policy, Aug. 1954

 

Chapman, Kenneth Milton. 1955

 

Chavez, Calvin Fenley: A new trend in Indian art

 

Chavez, Fray Angelico: Poet-painter of Pena Blanca

 

Cheney, Russell

 

The chicken pull

 

Chihuahua trail

 

Child art: Theory of professor Cicek of Vienna

 

Children of flame

 

Children's art in New Mexico

 

Chili Colorado

 

Chimayo and Cordova

 

Christmas in New Mexico

 

Chumash basketry, 1951

 

The Chumash Indians

 

Cinema: An art form, Jan 1954

 

The cinco pintores. 1940

 

Civarola, Mrs. John A.: A civic minded artist

 

Cloudcraft art colony. Nov. 1952

 

Cochiti

 

Color is south. 1957

 

Coluzzi, Howard Kretz

 

Commercial art. Sept. 1954

 

Contemporary sculpture at the state art gallery. July 1958

 

Cooke, Regina Tatum: Painter of old houses

 

Cornin, Jon

 

Coronado Cuarto art exhibitions. June 1940

 

The creative imagination. Jan. 1947

 

Crow, Louise, comes home

 

Crumbo, Woody: An artist of the fire nation. Apr. 1951

 

Dark discipline: Again the penitente ode. Apr. 1955

 

Dark discipline: An Easter code

 

Dasburg, Andrew: Retrospective show. Dec. 1959

 

Davenport, McHarg

 

Davey, Randall: Fellowship

 

A day in Santa Fe

 

The De Vargas memorial, Aug. 1959

 

Dear Ruth .... 1916-1917

 

Delano, Annita: Painter of Navajos

 

El dora: The ending

 

Douglas, Ralph. Sept. 1945

 

Dreams. Apr. 1917

 

Dunton, Herbert "Buck"

 

Ecclesiastic art in New Mexico

 

Eidólon: An adventure in the arts

 

The eleventh graphic show. 1957

 

Encyclopedia Britannica art exhibit. 1947

 

Ewing, Marrie Breneiser: A young painter

 

Exhibition of Albuquerque artists. 1946

 

Fame

 

Fantasy

 

The field school of the arts. 1948

 

Fierlein, Elizabeth: An artist in black and white

 

Fiesta show exhibits. 1941-1958

 

Fighting. Apr. 1917

 

Fifth annual print show. 1951

 

The fine arts festival. 1941

 

First print makers exhibition. 1947

 

Fisk, Marie Garland: An untaught painter

 

Folk arts and crafts of New Mexico. June 1960

 

Folklore

 

Folklore in New Mexico. Dec. 1947

 

Folklore in New Mexico. 1948

 

Food

 

A forward step in murals

 

Founding of Taos art colony

 

Fourth annual statewide craft exhibition. 1952

 

The French exhibit. 1945

 

Gálvan, Jesus Guerrero: Latin artist in residence

 

Garrett, Eudora press woman. July 1955

 

Glimpses into the pueblo world. 1937

 

God's band

 

Graphic arts in New Mexico: Eighth annual exhibition. 1955

 

Growing old

 

Growth of art in New Mexico. Nov. 1953

 

Hand craft markets. Sept. 1954

 

Hand made Santa Fe pottery. 1939

 

A handcraft exhibition. 1955

 

Handcrafts in New Mexico

 

Harvey, Laura: Artist. July 1957

 

The Hardwood foundation at Taos: A monument to art. 1939

 

Hayden, Jack: Creative artist. 1956

 

Hedda the gabbler

 

Henderson, Alice Corbin

 

Henderson, William Penhallow

 

Higgins, Victor

 

Hildebrand, Gustave: Wood-sculptor of Taos

 

Hill and canyon school of the arts, Santa Fe

 

How the Navajos got fire

 

Hullenkremer, Odon

 

Hunter, John Young: Portrait painter

 

Hunter, Vernon

 

Hurd, Peter

carton 4

I remember

 

I remember fiestas. 1953

 

I remember when. 1952

 

Is illustration fine art or not?. Mar. 1947

 

An important revival in native art: Spanish colonial art society

 

In the old days...

 

Indian art and artists

 

Indian art has come of age. 1956

 

Indian art of the United States

 

Indian dances

 

Indian murals

 

Indian schools arts and crafts exhibition. 1954

 

Indians and abstract art. July 1950

 

The Indians sing. 1956

 

Indonesian art at folk art museum. Sept. 1958

 

Information desk: Old palace

 

The intangible assets, Dec. 1960

 

Inter American affairs

 

Interior decoration New Mexico style

 

An international folk museum

 

Is art here to stay, Dec. 1953

 

Is history an asset?

 

James, Rebecca: A creative artist. May 1952

 

Japanese children's art

 

Jones, Paul

 

A Journey in a jitney

 

Judging school for gardeners

 

Junior American art. 1951

 

Kabotie, Fred: Hopi painter

 

Keats, William

 

Kingston's wood carver

 

Knee, Gina

 

Koogler, Ann

 

Kramer, Agnes A.: Born artist

 

La fonda

 

La luz pottery

 

The laboratory of anthropology as an art center

 

The lady who was smarter than the devil

 

Lantz, Paul

 

Las cruces professional artists association, 1952

 

Light is a new dimension: Grace John. 1954

 

The little peoples

 

The little theatre in Santa Fe

 

Loomis, Elmer

 

Los alamos art

 

Los cerrillos

 

Los moros y cristianos

 

The lost capitán is found: A tale of the cibollerós. 1946

 

Love

 

Marketing in Paris. 1927

 

Matachina

 

Mead, Roderick: Painter of the imagination

 

Mid 20tb century show. Apr. 1955

 

Mina and Ori - (Aury)

 

Modern art: A dinner discussion

 

Momaday, Kiowa Recorder

 

Montoya, Porfirio: Revivor of a forgotten art

 

Morang, Alfred: Artist, writer, musician

 

More art and war

 

More prints: Wood blocks

 

Morris, Florence

 

Moylan, Lloyd

 

Murals in Gallup high school

 

Museum and art gallery. Apr. 1938

 

The museum of art, Santa Fe

 

The museum of Navajo ceremonial art

 

The museum of Navajo ceremonial art: Woman's achievement. Nov. 1958

 

Music in New Mexico

 

My friends the Indian

 

My little cat

 

My trip

 

Myers, Ralph

 

Naranjo, Ben: Indian puppeteer. 1940

 

A narrow escape: Sketching in canyon du chelly

 

Nash, Willard

 

Naumer, Helmut: Pastellist, 1939

 

The Navajo

 

Navajo Silversmithing. Sept. 1951

 

Navajo witches

 

A new craft industry

 

New Mexico: A craft center

 

New Mexico art: 1940

 

New Mexico art conscious. Nov. 1944

 

The New Mexico art league

 

The New Mexico art league's new gallery. Jan. 1956

 

New Mexico art schools exhibition. 1953

 

New Mexico crafts at wholesale. Sept. 1954

 

New Mexico craftsmen. 1949

 

New Mexico Folklore Society. 1946

 

New Mexico Governors: Biographies

 

New Mexico in the first national folk festival

 

New Mexico place name studies

 

New Mexico University art department

 

New Mexico's art schools. May 1956

 

New Mexico's new art museums

 

New Mexico's new museum. 1953

 

A new note in museums of today

 

A new woman

 

A night in a pueblo

 

The ninth annual graphic art show. 1956

 

Noche buena

 

The old cow poke. 1953

 

The old missions of New Mexico

 

The old palace in Santa Fe

 

Old town fiesta at Albuquerque. May 1950

 

Old world artists among us

 

Omaumu's dream

 

One of New Mexico's most valuable investments. 1959

 

One woman's accomplishment

 

Oraibi

 

An Oraibi christening

 

Our American primitives

 

Our state art museums. 1954

 

The outline of the village

 

Painting for the walls of time

 

Pearce, Helen: A woman of two careers

 

Peggy and Paul: The letter of the law. Mar. 1958

 

The penitentes of New Mexico

 

The plaza

 

Poets roundup

 

Pottery a natural

 

Pottery crafts. 1939

 

Prehistoric Indian art, June 1958

 

Prints. Jan. 1945

 

The pueblo Indian religion

 

Quoyávema from Hopi

 

The Raymond Johnson gallery of the University of New Mexico. 1950

 

Rio Grande painters, May 1945

 

Roads and highways

 

Rohland, Caroline Speare: Pastellist

 

Rollins, Warren: A long time painter of the Southwest. 1947

 

Rolshoven, Julius

 

Romance and adventure in business. Jan. 1926

 

The Roswell museum

 

Rush, Olive

 

St. Michael stops at Socorro

 

San Felipe dances. Feb. 1930

 

San Juan dance. Jan. 1930

 

The Sandia school

 

Santa Fe: An art colony. Apr. 1959

 

Santa Fe: The ancient capitol. 1957

 

Santa Fe architecture

 

The Santa Fe art colony

 

The Santa Fe association of the arts

 

Santa Fe fashion designers and child art. Mar. 1956

 

Santa Fe fiesta. Feb. 1940

 

Santa Fe fiesta Spanish market

 

The Santa Fe library murals

 

Santa Fe lighting contests

 

The Santa Fe plaza

 

Santa Fe's architecture: A historic record

 

Santa Domingo pueblo: Buffalo dance. Jan. 1923

 

Santa Domingo pueblo: Parrot dances. Feb. 1925

 

Santos and bultos in the Spanish archives. Feb. 1952

 

Saville, Bruce Wilder: Sculptor. Sept. 1937

 

School art at Jemez. 1951

 

Sculpture in New Mexico

 

Sculpture in New Mexico and the Southwest

 

Second annual statewide craft exhibition. June 1956

 

Seeing New Mexico in thirty minutes, from my scrapbook

 

Shaffer, Martin: Young muralist

 

Sharp, Minnie Lee: Sculptor

 

The sheriff sits down. Sept. 1925

 

Shonnard, Eugenie: Retrospective exhibition. 1954

 

Siesta

 

The silk screen process

 

The silver cross

 

Sixth annual graphic show. Mar. 1953

 

Skolle, John: A painter of the imagination

 

Smith, Sam: Born artist. Dec. 1957

 

Soldier's monument in the plaza

 

Southwestern artists biennial. 1959

 

Southwestern poetry

 

Spanish colonial arts in New Mexico

 

Spanish colonial interior decoration

 

The Spanish entrada at Santo Domingo pueblo

 

The state art museum, 1958

 

State fair art exhibits 1948-1956

 

State wide child art show. 1952

 

Stedman, Wilfred and Myrtle

 

Stock and live stock

 

The story of sapello or Scat Joe

 

Sun paintings

 

Superstitions

 

Sur-realism

 

The sympathetic sheriff

 

Tahoma, Quincy, Navajo: Painter of horses. 1943

 

Tait, Agnes: Painter and lithographer

 

Tall tales and folk tales of New Mexico

 

Taos field school of art

 

Taos historical museum and art gallery. Aug. 1955

 

Taos moderns. Dec. 1956

 

The ten: An exhibiting group

 

The tenth annual print show. 1957

 

Terkin, John: Sculptor

 

Third annual all Albuquerque art exhibition. 1952

 

Third annual paint exhibit. 1949

 

Third annual rodeo show. 1957

 

Thirteenth annual state folklore meeting

 

350 years of art in Santa Fe. June 1960

 

Three Indian artists

carton 5

Time to sing

 

Times change. 1934

 

Toledo, Jose Rey

 

A tragedy of youth

 

Transcendental painting group. July 1940

 

Tranquillino: My gardener

 

The triangle of Wantowa. 1922

 

Turner, Pen

 

Ufer, Walter

 

An unconventional vacation

 

Under the shadow of the holy cross

 

University of New Mexico art student exhibit. 1947

 

Van Soelen, Theodore

 

Veadàm, Shehe E.

 

Veils

 

WPA artists display at art museum

 

Waiting forty years

 

Walker, Robert R.

 

Water color for New Mexico

 

The wax wing

 

Weiss, Dorothea: Painter of saints. 1953

 

West, Harold: A painter of action. 1940

 

Westlake, Inez: Torchbearer

 

Where the desert and the canon meet. Jan. 1917

 

Why a fiesta?. 1938

 

Why art museums. May 1958

 

Why color in New Mexico. Mar. 1949

 

Wild animals of the desert. Feb. 1917

 

Williams, Bill, of Tesuque

 

Willis, Brooks. 1938

 

Wilson, Charlotte Lansing. 1954

 

Witches: When the devil was bottled up

 

The woman's museum board

 

Women's club art and Sunday painters

 

The women's clubs of Santa Fe

 

Women's rodeo roundup. 1957

 

Women's suffrage. 1917

 

The wonder drug

 

Woodman, Robert E.: An artist in tin

 

A writer turned artist

 

Writers and artists of New Mexico

 

Wyeth, Henrietta: Portrait painter

 

Poetry (8 folders)

 

Miscellaneous writings - fragments, collected manuscripts, drafts, notes, etc. (7 foldlers)

carton 6-9

Subject files

Content/Description

Notes, reports, ephemeral material, etc. arranged alphabetically by subject in folders as follows:

Additional Note

See also Notebooks, cartons 10-11.
carton 6

American Artists Professional League

 

American Indian memorial

 

Applegate, Frank G. - notes mostly re native crafts

 

Architecture

 

Art and artists - notes (2 folders)

 

Austin, Mary (Hunter) - interview, bibliography, reviews, etc. (2 folders)

 

Austin, Mary (Hunter) - Notes

 

Austin, Mary (Bunter) and Prank C. Applegate, "Spanish Colonial Arts of the Southwest" (2 folders)

 

Barker, Elliott S., "Wildlife and Recreational Thrills in New Mexico." MS

 

Bynner, Witter

 

Cards - greeting, calling, business, place cards, etc.

 

Cassidy, Gerald D.

 

Descriptions, analyses and reviews of works

 

Estate

 

Lists of paintings, exhibitions, sales, etc. (2 folders)

 

New studio - plans, sketches, etc.

 

Order book. 1903-1919

 

Cassidy, Ina (Sizer) - lists of exhibitions, gifts, publicity and sales

 

Center of Creative Living [Calif.]

 

Cobb, Leonore S., "The Post Office Mission." MS. Nov. 19, 1907

 

Consumer cooperatives survey

 

Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission - 1940

 

Daughters of the American Revolution

carton 7

Ellis, Annie Laurie - Letters edited for her MS. - original letters as rearranged by Ina

 

Cassidy

 

Ellis, Annie Laurie - "Life of an Ordinary Woman" - MS., with an introduction and related

 

material by Ina Cassidy

 

Esoteric Order of Essenes

 

Folklore

 

Food, recipes and menus

 

Griggs, Mary Ellen, "Chisum Ranch." MS.

 

Historical Society of New Mexico

 

Indian art

 

Indian baskets - include notes by J. P. Harrington

 

Indian dances

 

Indian silver

 

Indians (2 folders)

 

Indians-Navajos

 

Institute of American Genealogy

 

Inter-American affairs

 

Inventories of household furnishings

 

Invitations

 

Jones, Hester, "Report on historical investigation at Crown Point," - photocopy of MS. 1933

 

Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe

 

Land surveys

 

Latham, LeRoy and Pauline

 

New Mexico archives (2 folders)

 

New Mexico Art Education Association. 1951

 

New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs

 

New Mexico Dramatic Association

 

New Mexico Folklore Society (3 folders)

carton 8

New Mexico Folklore Society - Place Name Committee (2 folders)

 

New Mexico Garden Clubs, Inc.

 

New Mexico history - particularly Santa Fe (2 folders)

 

New Mexico Museum

 

New Mexico schools

 

New Mexico Women's Press Club

 

Notes

 

Old Santa Fe Association - minutes, rosters, etc.

 

Old Santa Fe Association - Petitions to state highway commission to stop construction of a federal

 

aid municipal project. 1946

 

Philosophical abstracts and tracts (2 folders)

 

Plant names - common and scientific

 

Programs and announcements

 

Radio scripts

 

Residential floor plans

 

Santa Fe Art School

 

Santa Fe Arts Club. 1920-1922

 

Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce

 

Santa Fe County. Council of Civilian Defense

 

Santa Fe fiesta - programs

 

Santa Fe folk festival

 

Santa Fe Garden Club

 

Santa Fe rodeo - programs

 

Santa Fe Women's Club

carton 9

Sketches, drawings, illustrations, etc.

 

Spanish plays

 

Stationery

 

Stevens, Thomas Wood, "Penitente Play" - M.S., narrator copy

 

Tourist brochures - Santa Fe (2 folders)

 

Tourist brochures - Southwest

 

Trails

 

U.S. Historical Records Survey, New Mexico

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project.

 

New Mexico Tours (2 folders)

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project.

 

"Over the Turquoise Trail," (3 folders)

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration New Mexico Writers' Project.

 

"Spanish American Children's Games"

 

U.S. Works Progress Administration. Procurement office

 

Who's Who in the West - 1923

 

Witchcraft

 

Women's suffrage

 

Miscellany ( 2 folders)

carton 10-11

Notebooks

Content/Description

Include reports, research notes, minutes of meetings of various organizations, notices, mounted clippings, and Printed matter gathered by Ina Cassidy. Material was removed from loose leaf binders, placed in folders and arranged alphabetically by title as follows:
carton 10

Arizona trip, 1923 - Gerald and Ina Cassidy and Mary Austin

 

Stored off campus Art

 

Art and artists

 

Canyon del Chelly and Navajo Council meetings. 1929

 

Ceramics. 1949-1950

 

Daily notebook. - miscellany 1925

 

Dieman, Clara, art talks. 1951-1952

 

European trip. 1926-1927

 

Feminism. 1914

 

Indian silver survey

 

Indians (4 folders)

 

Indians-Navajos

 

Museum of New Mexico-Women's Board (2 folders)

 

New Mexico Alliance for the Arts. 1949-1951

 

New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs (2 folders)

 

New Mexico Folklore Society

 

New Mexico missions

 

Notebook. - miscellany 1911

 

Old Santa Fe Association (2 folders)

 

Old Santa Fe Association - Historic houses

carton 11

Parfet memorial, Golden, Colorado. - Gerald Cassidy notebook 1929

 

Reference notebook. 1925-1926

 

Santa Fe Art School

 

Santa Fe City Council Plaza Advisory Committee

 

Santa Fe Garden Club tours. 1952

 

Santos in the archives

 

Spanish Colonial Arts Society

 

Tacoma trip. 1946

 

Taos art colony

 

Miscellaneous

carton 11

Card files

 

New Mexico artists; Old Santa Fe Association. (One card file)

 

Historical notes; personal addresses. (One card file)

carton 12-13

Art and artists - printed material

Content/Description

Include announcements, catalogs, invitations, etc.; many regarding Gerald Cassidy and his works and general art exhibition materials annotated by Ina Cassidy.
carton 12

Announcements and invitations to art events (2 folders)

 

Art school announcements (2 folders)

 

Artists directories (2 folders)

 

Book announcements

 

Catalogs of art exhibitions (10 folders)

carton 13

Miscellany - art and handicrafts (4 folders)

carton 13-16

Clippings

Content/Description

Loose and mounted newspaper and magazine clippings, reprints, etc. roughly sorted and arranged alphabetically in folders by subject.

See also scrapbooks.
carton 13

Art and artists (12 folders)

carton 14

Art and artists - New York Times

 

Art and artists - Time Magazine

 

Art reproductions

 

Austin, Mary (Hunter)

 

Bynner, Witter

 

Cassidy, Gerald D. (5 folders)

 

Cassidy, Ina (Sizer) (5 folders)

 

Christmas lighting contest

 

Daughters of the American Revolution

 

Death Valley, California

 

Drama League

 

Food recipes

 

Football

 

Foreign visitors

 

Handicraft

carton 15

Indian art

 

Indian councils

 

Indians

 

Indians - Navajos

 

Museum of New Mexico (2 folders)

 

New Mexico

 

New Mexico Folklore Society

 

New Mexico place names

 

New Mexico state flag

 

Old Santa Fe Association (3 folders)

 

Pioneer mother's statue

 

Poetry

 

Print shows

 

Rhodes, Gene

 

Rohland, Caroline

 

Santa Fe fiesta

 

Santa Fe plaza

 

Shonnard, Eugenie

 

Spotted park

 

"Tall tales and folk tales of New Mexico" by Ina Cassidy

 

Taos art gallery

 

Teaching Spanish in schools

 

Travel

 

Women's suffrage

 

"Yesteryears in the Spanish Southwest" by Paul A. F. Walters

carton 16

Unsorted (13 folders)

carton 17-18

Scrapbooks

Content/Description

Mounted clippings, photographs, programs, invitations, memorabilia, etc.; many annotated by Ina Cassidy.
carton 17, volume 1

1903-1933

volume 2

1919-1939

volume 3

1940-1948

volume 4

Clippings of Ina Cassidy's column "Art and Artists of New Mexico" from New Mexico Magazine, incomplete 1931-1942

volume 5

Clippings re histories, historic places, pueblo ruins and New Mexico folklore. 1934-1941

carton 18, volume 6-8

Gerald Cassidy: photographs, clippings, programs, reviews, etc. of his works;

 

Many annotated by Ina Cassidy

volume 9

Record of Gerald Cassidy lithographs printed and sold; include his 1931 illustrations for Fray Angelico Chavez' Guitars and Adobes

carton 18, volume 10

Gerald Cassidy's illustrations for Mary Austin's The Children Sing in the Far West

oversize-volume 11

Cassidy guest book, 1917-1964 - autographs, clippings and art work of

 

Cassidy guests and acquaintances

portfolio (oversize drawer)

Gerald Cassidy studio plans, related sketches, etc.