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Whistler, James Abbot McNeill (1834-1903), painter

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Surname: Whistler
Forenames: James Abbot McNeill
Gender: Male
Date: 1834-1903
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P162650 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P30304 )
Online related resources Artists' Paper Register link for James Abbot McNeill Whistler
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp (c6000 items) and papers
Glasgow University Library, Special Collections Department
See Guide 1989
2
corresp and papers
Library of Congress, Manuscript Division
See NUC MS 66-1446
3
1877-1900: letters (18)
Huntington Library
See Guide to Literary MSS 1979
4
corresp and papers (4 vols, 1 box)
New York Public Library: Manuscripts and Archives Division
See Hamer, Archives and MSS in USA 1961
5
corresp and papers
Library of Congress, Manuscript Division
See NUC MS 62-2024
6
1867-68: letters incl to members of the Burlington Fine Arts Club
National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum
NRA 38891 V & A Museum
7
1878-91: letters (18) to Henry and Algernon Graves
Harvard University: Houghton Library
See NUC MS 83-1007
8
c1864: letters (31) to Lord Houghton
Cambridge University: Trinity College Library
See HMC corresp file 19/2/1987
9
1895-1900: letters (20) to Louise Kinsella
Glasgow University Library, Special Collections Department
See Annual Return 1995
10
1898-1902: letters (40) to Sir John Lavery
Tate Gallery Archive
NRA 43448
11
1881-1902: letters to various members of the Lewis family
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 40097
12
1877-1900: (copy) letters to various correspondents
British Library, Manuscript Collections
13
1896: corresp incl brief letters from J McNeill Whistler to A C Collie with terms for painting a portrait of Cecil Rhodes
Glasgow University Library, Special Collections Department
See Annual Return 2014

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