TABLE OF CONTENTS

Collection Overview

Administrative Information

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Names and Subject Terms

Series Descriptions

Project Files, 1945-1996

Correspondence with Individuals, 1945-1996


James Cahill

A Finding Aid to the James Cahill papers, 1945-1996, at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives

by Evelyn Khoo

May 22, 2008

Collection Overview

Title: James Cahill papers
Dates: 1945-1996
Abstract: Papers created by Asian art historian, curator, and collector Dr. James Francis Cahill. Includes personal and professional correspondence and project files documenting his many publications, lectures and activities in the Asian art field. Documents span his early career at the Freer Gallery of Art, where he served as curator of Chinese art from 1957-1965, and his tenure 1965-1994 as Professor of the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley.
Extent: 15 linear feet

Administrative Information

Provenance

James Cahill donated his papers to the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives on December 12th, 2001.

Location of Originals

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives, Smithsonian Institution

Related Material

The James Cahill website, http://www.jamescahill.info/ which contains digitized versions of selected unpublished papers, correspondence and personal reminisces.

Processing Information

Processed by intern Evelyn Khoo, with the assistance of archivists Rachael Cristine Woody and David Hogge.

Preferred Citation

James Cahill papers, 1945-1996. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gift of James Cahill, December 12th, 2001.

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only, Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please contact the Archives to make an appointment. Access to correspondence may be restricted and/or delayed. A minimum of two week's notice is required to view any correspondence; consult repository for details.

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Biographical Note

Date Event
1926 Born, Fort Bragg, CA
1950 Receives BA degree in Oriental Languages from University of California, Berkeley
1952 Receives MA degree in Art History from University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor
Circa 1953 Holds a museum training fellowship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
1954-1955 Studies with Shujiro Shimada at Kyoto University in Japan on a Fulbright Scholarship
1956 Works with Osvald Sirén in Stockholm on his seven-volume series "Chinese Painting: Leading Masters and Principles"
1956 Joins staff of Freer and Sackler Gallery as Curator of Chinese Art
1958 Receives PhD in Art History from University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, working principally with Max Loehr
1960 Publishes first and highly influential book: "Chinese Painting." In: Treasures of Asia series, Editions d'Art Albert Skira, Geneva, Switzerland 1960. Published also in French and German editions
1965 Leaves the Freer and Sackler Gallery to accept position as Professor of History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley
1973 Goes to China as member of the Chinese Archaeological Delegation, first group of art historians to visit China from the US
1976 Publishes first of projected five-volume series on later Chinese paintings: "Hills Beyond a River: Chinese Painting of the Yuan Dynasty"
1977 Visits China as chairman of Chinese Old Painting Delegation
1978 Publishes second of projected five-volume series on later Chinese painting: "Parting At the Shore: Chinese Painting of the Early and Middle Ming Dynasty"
1978-1979 Accepts appointment as Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard; delivers series of lectures titled, "The Compelling Image: Nature and Style in 17th Century Chinese Painting"
1982 Publishes "Barnhart-Cahill-Rogers Correspondence, 1981" (collection of correspondence published for colleagues)
1982 The Harvard lecture series: "The Compelling Image: Nature and Style in 17th Century Chinese Painting" published as a book, receives College of Art Association's Morey Prize for Best Art History book
1998-1999 Spends a year at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton with his wife, the art historian and artist Hsingyuan Tsao
2007 Former students organize 80th birthday party/symposium at Berkeley, titled: "Returning to the Shore"
2010 Became the 12th Recipient of the Charles Lang Freer Medal
Present Living in Vancouver, Canada

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Scope and Content Note

The James Cahill Papers span the years 1945 to 1996 and measures 15 linear feet. The collection includes: personal and administrative correspondence with other art historians, art dealers and collectors; lecture manuscripts and administrative material and correspondence with art museums, universities and other organizations in the Asian art community. There are also several personal letters and postcards with family friends of James and Dorothy Cahill. The folder descriptions were retained from Cahill's own folder titles and organized alphabetically within each series.

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Names and Subject Terms

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives under the following terms:
Names:
    Barnhart, Richard M., 1934-
    Cahill, James Francis, 1926-
    Fong, Wen
    Fu, Shen, 1937-
    Lawton, Thomas, 1931-
    Ledderose, Lothar
    Lee, Sherman E.
    Li, Chu-tsing, 1920-
    Pope, John Alexander, 1906-
    Sickman, L. C. S. (Laurence C. S.)
    Soper, Alexander Coburn, 1904-
    Vinograd, Richard Ellis
    Wang, Chi-ch'ien.
    Wu, Nelson Ikon, 1919-
Subjects:
    Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
    College Art Association of America
    Freer Gallery of Art
    Guo li gu gong bo wu yuan
    Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N. Y.)
Subjects-Topical:
    Art historians
    Art, Chinese
    Art, Japanese
    Art--History
Subjects-Geographical:
    Berkeley, California
    China
    Japan
    Washington, D. C.
Types of Materials:
    Manuscripts
    Postcards

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Arrangement


The collection is arranged into 2 series:
Series 1: Project Files, 1945-1996
Series 2: Correspondence with Individuals, 1945-1996

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Series Descriptions

 

Series 1:  Project Files, 1945-1996 


This series consists of administrative material and correspondence relating to the different symposia, exhibits, publications, lectures and other projects that Cahill was involved in during his career. It includes letters exchanged with art organizations such as the San Francisco Asian Art Museum, Freer Gallery of Art, the College Art Association, National Palace Museum (Guo Li Gu Gong Bo Wu Yuan; in the folder descriptions listed as 'Ku Kung' according to Cahill's own descriptions) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This series also includes some personal biographical documents, such as his military record with the army, and documentation regarding the Hackney Scholarship he received while he was a graduate student.

Box

Folder
1 1  20th Century Painting Conference1980-1981
Schedule, correspondence
2  "AAS - 1970 on"
Association for Asian Studies
3, 4  "ACLS, Misc"1980-1990
American Council of Learned Societies Correspondence
5  Acker Review1960
Drafts of article note, correspondence.
6  Aesthetics and Theory Conference(Susan Bush)1976-1981
Correspondence, address, draft of a speech with notes
7  American Academy1970-1990s
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
8  Anhui Symposium, April 1984
Correspondence, notes
9  Aspen Conference1958
Notes, schedule
10  Aishya Seminar
Seminar outline, correspondence, notes
11  Asia House Gallery, General1968-1977
Correspondence, press release, brochures
12  Asia Paper: Contemporary China Painting1963-1964
Correspondence
13  "Asian Art Museum"
Completed NEH grant application for AA museum SF
14  "Asian Art Museum Directorship"1980s
Correspondence
15  Architectural Digest Article (Prices)1983
Correspondence, notes, article
16  ArmyLate 1940s to early 1950s
Military reserves records, correspondence
17  Arts Magazine Article1962-1963
18  Australia Exhibition1978-1979
19  Berkeley, U.C., Misc.1964-1965
Correspondence
20  Bingham Books1986
Correspondence, notes, biography of Bingham
21  Bird and Flower Lecture1982-1983
Correspondence, notes
22  Books and Bibliography
Correspondence, invoices
23  "Bookstore"1960s - 1980s
Correspondence, invoices
24  "Brown University"1964-1965
Correspondence
25  "Bunkado"1956-1970
Correspondence, invoices

Box

Folder
2 1  C.A.A. Paper1959
College Art Association notes
2  Status of Writing in Asia (C.A.A. 1983)1982-1983
Correspondence, notes, lecture
3  C.A.A. Meeting: L.A. February 1985
Notes
4  C.A.A. in L.A. 1985: Landscape Symposium
Correspondence, outline
5  C.A.A. Session. New Dir. (1985)1983-1985
Correspondence, proposal
6  C.A.A. Meeting Toronto, February 1984"
Correspondence
7  C.A.A. 1986 (landscape)1985-1986
Correspondence, notes, lecture "Landscape as subject matter: Different Sung approaches"
8  C.A.A. Annual Meeting 1986 (NYC)1985-1986
Correspondence, notes, agenda, receipts
9  C.A.A. Annual Meeting, Boston 1987
Correspondence, receipts, notes
10  C.C. Wang Exhibition 1985
"Wang Chi-chi'ien and his Landscape Painting"
11  Central Academy Lecture1981-1982
Notes, outline, lecture
12  Ceramics - trans., notes
Notes, essay
13  Current Notes from China - From Sabin Chase1958-1960
14  Chicago, May 1979
Correspondence, notes
15  "China House"1970
16  Chinese Books and Printing Symposium, November 2, 1984
Correspondence, notes
17, 18, 19  "Chinese Culture Center"1976-
Correspondence
20  Chronicle Articles1966
Essay, correspondence
21  Chuo Koronsha Book (Kohara)1972-1976
Notes, correspondence
22  Chuo Koronsha Correspondence with Owners
Correspondence
23  Cleveland-KC Exhibition - Symposium"1978-1981
Notes, correspondence
24  [Cleveland] K.C. Workshop: Artists and Patrons
Correspondence, notes
25  [Cleveland] K.C. Lecture. Artist-Patron Transactions1980
Notes, correspondence
26  Cleveland 'JAP Realism' Exhibition Review1983
Correspondence, notes
27  Columbus (son of [Chinese Character meaning heaven]) April 1989
Correspondence, notes, receipts
28  Crawford Symposium May 1985
Correspondence, notes
29  CSCC1964-1967
Committee on Studies of Chinese Civilization correspondence, notes
30  "CSCPRC, Misc."1969-1988
Committee on Scholarly Communications with the PRC correspondence

Box

Folder
3 1  Dayton Article1970
Article, correspondence
2  "Dawson"1966-1967
3  "Dealers, Japan"1961-1978
Correspondence, receipts
4  "Dealers, U.S."1967-1968
Correspondence
5  "Detroit"1976-1981
Detroit Institute of Arts
6  "DeYoung Museum"1964-1965
Brochure, Newspaper clippings, correspondence
7  "Dover"1971-1985
Dover Publications
8  Paper for Duoyun: Hung Jen. Alb of Huanggshan scenes
9  Ecke Review1966-1967
Correspondence, article
10  "Ellen Laing's Index"1969
Correspondence
11  Embargo, etcetera1967
Newspaper clippings, correspondence
12  Encyclopedia of Japan1977-1986
Correspondence, notes re: article for the encyclopedia
13  Encyclopedia Universale delle Arte1961
Correspondence, notes re: article for the encyclopedia
14  Expo 70
Correspondence
15  Fan Lung (C.C. Wang)
Notes
16  Folder sheets, misc.
Notes
17  "Foundations"1963-1966
1 letter from Ford Foundation 1966, and brochure 1963-1964
18, 19  "Freer"1955-1980
Correspondence, application for federal employment, newspaper clippings
20  Freer Bronze Catalog1965-1966
Notes, correspondence
21  Freer Lecture1957
Lecture notes, correspondence
22  Freer, lecture on
23  Freer Symposium 1973
Notes, announcements, correspondence
24  Freer: Consideration
Notes
25  Notes of Freer Gallery of Art Objects
Notes
26  Genres in Chinese Painting, Houston1987-1988
Correspondence, draft
27  Grapes
Article, notes
28  Grinnell College1985
Correspondence
29  Grolier Encyclopedia1960
Correspondence, article
30  Guggenheim1972
Newspaper clippings, correspondence, application
31  "Gumps"1961-1964
Correspondence
32  Hackney1952-1953
Correspondence
33  Ho Yao-Kuang Symposium, Hong Kong,1987-1988
Program, correspondence
34  Hong Kong Symposium,1979-1981
Correspondence, notes
35  Hong Kong Symposium,1979-1981
Notes, correspondence
36  Hong Kong Symposium, 1984
Correspondence, notes, lecture
37  Hong Kong Symposium, 1984
Correspondence
38  Honolulu Lecture April 1987
Correspondence, notes, agenda
39  Honolulu (and Minneapolis) lecture, January 19881987-1989
Correspondence, brochure, newspaper clippings, lecture
40  Hsai Kuei1970-1971
Correspondence
41  Hsia Yung etcetera
Notes
42  Hsieh-1 as a cause of decline in Chinese painting
Correspondence, lecture

Box

Folder
4 1  ICA Lecture Notes
Drafts, note cards with lecture
2  Imperial Arts of China Exhibition1985
Notes, correspondence
3  Indianapolis: lecture1978
Notes, correspondence
4  JAS Article1983-1984
Journal of Asian Studies Correspondence
5  "Japan Society NYC"1962-1986
Correspondence
6  "JDR III Fund"1963-1995
7  "Joint Pub Co., HK"1990
Invoice
8  Kansas City Lecture, May 1979 (early painting)1975-1979
Correspondence, lecture
9  Kansas U1962-1963
Correspondence, notes, schedule
10  "Kodansha"1963-1977
Publishers correspondence
11  Ku-Kung Exhibition Appraisal and Conference1962
Notes, correspondence
12  "Ku-Kung Exhibition Catalogue"
13  "Ku-Kung Shu-Hua Lu: Index"
14  Ku-Kung Symposium 1970
Correspondence, notes, lists
15  "Kung Hsien Article"
Drafts
16  Kyoto Symposium 1982: Birds and Flowers
Correspondence
17  L.A. Lecture Feb. 1984: Edo Art in Confucian Context
Correspondence, press release
18  "Lacquer Symposium, SF 1986"
Notes
19  "Late Ming/Met"1971
Correspondence, notes
20  L.C. Paper1979-1983
Correspondence
21  Lectures, China Summer 1988
Lecture, notes in Chinese
22  "Levenson Volume Paper"1970-1973
Draft, correspondence
23  "Li-Kuo School"
Notes in Chinese
24  "Li Shan"
Notes
25  "Librarians, talk for July 1975"
Correspondence
26  Liu Yin Article1984-1987
Correspondence, notes, photographs
27  "Loehr Dedication"1954-1975
Notes, correspondence

Box

Folder
5 1  "Maryland U. Symposium 1982"
Correspondence, announcements
2, 3  "Mayuyama"1967-1996
4  "Met Bronze Symposium"June 1980
5  Met Lecture, November 16, 1987
Correspondence, notes, receipts
6  "Michigan Archive"1973-1988
Correspondence
7  "Michigan: Buson"
Correspondence
8  "Michigan, Univ. Museum"1967-1975
9  "Mills College"1969-1970
10  Ming Biography Dictionary1958-1974
Correspondence
11  Morgan Library Lecture
Notes
12  "Nagoya Museum"1982
13  Nanga Exhibit1968-1972
Correspondence, list of paintings, publicity
14  New Orleans, Zenga and Nanga, November 1983
15  New York Review1964
Notes
16  Norton Lectures, S.F. Repeat1964
Notes
17  "University of Oregon"1967
Correspondence
18  Oregon (Baldinger)
Correspondence, notes for lecture
19  "Oriental Art"1975-1982
Correspondence
20  Orientations1982-1996
Correspondence
21  Pacific, University of Stockton1973
Correspondence
22  Painting Texas, Trans. and Anthology"1965-1982
Correspondence, notes, outline for the project
23  Palace Museum1969-1992
Correspondence, invoice
24  Palace Museum Beijing, Ming-Ch'ing Painting (Moyer-Rogers) Exhibition, 1989
Correspondence, application, notes
25  Paragon1959-1983
Correspondence re: selling/buying books from Paragon
26  Phaidon1969-1972
Correspondence, issue of publication, notes
27  Phaidon Book1972
Correspondence
28  Plum Blossoms
Notes
29  Plums (Maggie and Mimi Show)1982-1985
Correspondence
30  Pomona Conference and Japan 1968
Correspondence
31  Portland1978
Correspondence, lecture re: Portland Art Museum
32  Princeton/Orthodox Symposium1969
Correspondence, notes
33  Publishers, Japan1978-1989
Correspondence

Box

Folder
6 1  "R.E. Lewis (and Keyes)"1968-1972
2  Regional Seminar, Fall 1983
Correspondence, notes
3  Restless LS Seminar and Exhibition
Notes, contact information
4  Rocks Paper1974
Notes, article
5  Rosenfield Conference1969
Correspondence, notes
6  St. Mary's College1978
7  San Diego Lecture1970
Notes, correspondence
8  S.F. - Taipei Sister Cities Committee1969-1970
Correspondence
9  Santa Barbara Lecture1985-1986
Notes, correspondence, lecture
10  Saturday Review1964
Notes, correspondence
11  Seattle Lectures, October and February 1988
Correspondence, notes
12  Rosenfield Conference1969
Correspondence, notes
13  Shang Lecture, Denver - April 2nd, 1975
Correspondence, notes, lecture
14  Shanghai Museum Exhibition, 1983
Correspondence
15  Marie Shelton Symposium1985-1985
Notes, correspondence
16  Mrs. Shelton1966-1971
Correspondence
17  Shibunkaku1965-1970
Correspondence, invoices
18  Shih Chung-Wen TV Project1986-1987
Correspondence
19  Shimada Trans.1958
Correspondence
20  Shorewood Press1961-1962
Correspondence, invoice
21  Skira Book, Chinese trans.1982-1987
Correspondence, notes
22  Skira 19781971, 1978
Correspondence
23  Skira vol., Correspondence with Owners1958-1960
Correspondence, notes
24  Skira, Correspondence with Owners, Japan1958-1960
Correspondence, notes
25  Smithsonian1957-1965
Correspondence, memo
26  Smithsonian1968-1983
Correspondence
27  Society for Asian Art1970-1997
Correspondence, notes
28  Stanford1962-1981
Correspondence, publicity, pay stubs
29  Sullivan Exhibition Review1969
Correspondence
30  Sung Biography Notes
Notes
31  Sung Project1966-1977
Correspondence
32  Suzuki Review1981-1982
Correspondence, notes
33  Swarthmore1982-1983
Correspondence
34  Symposium Painting1967-1969
Correspondence
35  Taipei Conference, August 1980
Notes, correspondence
36  Taipei Paper, 1980
Copy of paper, correspondence
37  Receipts Taiwan1964
Receipts
38  "Taiwan Photo Project - Taiwan Photo Project (old)"
39  "Taiwan Photo Project - Taiwan for Laura Schneider/Corres. With Freer"1962-1964
40, 41  "Taiwan Photo Project - Taiwan Correspondence with Committee"
42  "Taiwan Photo Project - Southern Sung Exhibit"

Box

Folder
7 1, 2  "Taiwan Photo Project - Ku-Kung Photos - Michigan"1964-1967
Correspondence, draft proposal, draft agreement, notes
3, 4  "Taiwan Photo Project - Michigan Archives 1969-1972"
5, 6  "Taiwan Photo Project - Cahill, James 1966-1969 Corres."
7  Tanguchi Symposium III. Kyoto October 1984 Landscape II
Abstract
8  Tao of Painting Review
Notes, letter, review
9  Temple1967-1996
Correspondence re: the Temple collection in Japan
10  Tessai article for Sumi1988
Correspondence, article
11  Tessai Exhibition In China1985-1986
Notes, correspondence, lecture
12  Texas Lectures, April 1982
13  Tokyo Congress, 1983 (Kawakami)1981-1983
Correspondence, notes
14  Tokyo-Kyoto Congress1981-1983
Schedules, notes, lecture
15  Toledo Lecture1986
Correspondence, notes
16  Topography of Chia-Hsing
Notes
17  Trans-cultural Paper. L.A., (May 1981)1980-1987
Correspondence, notes
18  TV Series1980
Correspondence, notes
19  UCLA Extension Lecture, April 1989
Correspondence, notes
20  University Extension Lecture1979
Correspondence
21  Universal1971-1986
Correspondence, invoices from book sales
22  University Press1968-1993
Correspondence, invoices, contracts
23  VA Quarterly Review1957
Notes, correspondence
24  Van Gulik Review
Notes, review
25  Victoria (B.C.)(Art Gallery of Greater...)1977
Correspondence, financial form
26  Waley Festschrift1959
Notes, article
27  Waseda Lectures, May 1985
Correspondence, notes
28  Hugh Wass1962-1977
Correspondence
29  Mr. Wenley, Misc. Notes
30  Wenley Orbit
31  Arthur Wright: Paper1958-1963
Notes, correspondence
32  Yale Calligraphy Show1975-1977
Correspondence, notes
33  Yuan Chiang etcetera1965-1968
Correspondence, notes
34  Yuan Exhibition Cleveland1968-1969
Correspondence, lecture, notes
 

Series 2: Correspondence with Individuals, 1945-1996 


This series consists of correspondence between Cahill and numerous members of the Asian art community in his capacity as teacher, colleague and curator. Correspondents include other influential Asian art figures such as Richard M. Barnhart, Wen Fong, Shen Fu, Thomas Lawton, Lothar Ledderose, Sherman Lee, C.C. Wang, Fangyu Wang, Richard Vinograd and Nelson Wu, among others. Administrative correspondence with collectors and art dealers are also contained within this series, with both U.S. and Japanese dealers. Personal correspondence with friends outside of the art community, as well as personal letters to and from former students is also included in this series.

The folder descriptions were retained from Cahill's own folder titles, so the folder titles with just an alphabetical letter were not renamed. These one-alphabet folders often contain single-document correspondence with individuals or organizations, filed according to the alphabet of their names.

Box

Folder
8 1  "A"1959-1967
2  "A"1963-1964
3  "Addiss"1968-1973
4  "Alsop, Joseph"1965-1980
5  "Andrews, Judy"1976-1980
6  "B"1957-1981
7  "B"1957-1966
8  "Baekland"1971-1990
9  "Hans and Duane Baerwald"1957-1963
10  "Bill Baker"1949-1953
11  "Baker, Richard"1976-1982
12  "Barnet, Sylvan"1978-1983
13  "Barnhart (to 1988)"1963-1988
14  "Mrs. Bechtel"1969-1971
15  "Bernetta, Sister"1962-1978
16  "Bershtein"1975-1977
17  "Alice Boney"1962-1974
18  "Boodberg"1957-59, 1976
19  "Bowie"1973-1975
20  "Boyer"1972
21  "Brotherton"1966-1972
22, 23  "Brundage etc."1961-1972
24  "Brizendine, Curtis Hansman"1981
25  "Eda Bungado"1960-1969
26  "Burkus, Anne"1976-1983
27  "C"1954-1965
28  "C"1963-1972
29  "Caro, Frank"1963-1982
30  "Chang Pe-Chin"1964-1967
31  "Chaves"1969
32  "J.D. Ch'en. 28 Repulse Bay Rd., H. K."1956-1968
33  "Ch' Eng Ch'i"1956-1968
34  "Cheng Chi"1968-1970s

Box

Folder
9 1  "Cheng Te-k'un"1956-1972
2  "Chaing Yee"1961-1972
3  "Sue Dawn Ching"1970-1981
4  "Clark, Bill"1977-1990
5  "Miss Contag (Mrs. Von Winterfeldt)"1958-1973
6  "Jon Carter Covell"1962-1963
7  "Crawford"1970-1977
8  "D"1958-1972
9  "D"1959-1969
10  "Drucker"1970-1986
11  "Mr. Dubosc"1956-1975
12  "E"1959-1960
13  "E"1958-1970
14  "Ecke"1958-1993
15  "Dick Edwards"1955-1975
16  "Edwards, Dick"1967-1987
17  "Ellis"1954
18  "Ellsworth"1975
19  "F"1957-1970
20  "FG"1950-1961
21  "Finlayson"1960-1975
22  "Cal French"1961-1986
23  "Wen Fong"1956-1973
24, 25  "Wen Fong"1970-1994
26, 27  "Jan Fontein"1955-1986
28  "Freeman"1974-1980

Box

Folder
10 1  "Fu, Shen and Marilyn"1971-1987
2  "Fu, Shen and Marilyn"1987-1994
3  "G"1957-1983
4  "Gaenslen"1973-1979
5  "Gettens"1964-1968
6  "Green, John"1982-1988
7  "Stephen Green (to and from)"1957-1972
8  "H"1960-1972
9  "HIJ"1954-1966
10  "Hahn/Hyakusen"1974-1990
11  "Haimowitz"1948-1950
12  "Hammer"1962-1980
13  "Henderson"1959-1975
14  "Milne Henderson"1974-1975
15  "Herman, Justin"1968-1969
16  "Hidai"1976-1987
17  "Jack Hillier"1972-1980
18  "Ho Wai-Kam"1958-1983
19  "Hobart/Wentworth"1965-1969
20  "Mr. Hochstadler"1954-1997
21  "Huang Chun-pi"1958-1965
22  "S.H. Hwa"1964-1972
23  "IJ"1960-1971
24  "Igaki"1979-1987
25  "Ishizawa"1957-1958
26  "Isseido"1964-1968
27  "Jakobsen"1958-1960
28  "Jill"1972-1973
29  "K"1956-1986
30  "KL"1954-1965
31  "Kim" In Chinese or Korean characters
32  "Karl Katz"
33  "Kobayashi"1971-1991
34  "Kohara"1972-1977
35  "Kornhauser"1957-1958
36  "Kung Te-Cheng"1961
37  "Kuo Chi-Sheng (Old)"1979-1986
38  "Mr. Kusaka"1956-1981

Box

Folder
11 1  "L"1959-1972
2  "Lyang Lyang" In Chinese charactors1949
3  "Ellen Laing (old)"1962-1980
4  "Dr. Lane"1958
5  "Lawton"1960-1985
6  "Ledderose"1971-1992
7  "Lee Kwok-Wing"1981-1985
8  "Sherman Lee"1957-1983
9  "Stella Lee"1969-1979
10  "Levenson"1967-1972
11  "Bill and Eppie Lewis"1957-1967
12  "Li Chu-Tsing"1959-1971
13, 14  "Li Chu-Tsing (1993 on)"1965-1992
15  "Li Lin-Tsan"1957-1990
16  "Lin Yutang"1961
17  "Mr. Lippe"1955-1982
18  "Max Loehr"1957-1973
19  "Loehr"1974-1982
20  "Low Beer"1957
21  "M"1956-1968
22  "M"1958-1972
23  "McCallum"1963-1991
24  "Megaro"1982-1995
25  "Melanson"1957-1966
26  "Meskill"1957-1966
27  "Monroe, Betty"1969-1973
28  "Monroe, Betty"1973-1980
29  "Earl Morse"1970-1976
30  "Monsen"1969-1976
31  "Munakata, Kiyohiko"1959-1987
32  "Murakami. Yu Murakami, No. 21 IMAI-CHO, Azabu, Minato-Ku, Tokyo"1960

Box

Folder
12 1  "N"
2  "N"1958-1970
3  "Benji Nerio"1962-1978
4  "Nivison (and Wright)"1955-1963
5  "Nu Wa Chai"1965-1966
6  "Nu Wa Chai/SF"1966-1967
7  "O"1958-1970
8  "OP"1957-1966
9  "Packard"1958-1991
10  "Miss Pai"
11  "John Pope"1951
12  "Mrs. Pope and JAP"1959-1972
13  "Popes"1972-1984
14  "Mark Pratt"1959-1972
15  "Mr. Priest"1955-1969
16  "P-Q"1957-1982
17  "QR"1955-1958
18  "R"1957-1972
19  "Quan, Mae Anna"1970-1977
20  "Randalls"1963
21  "V. Foster Robertson"1969-1970
22  "Rogers, Howard"1966-1979
23,24  "John Rosenfield"1962-1994
25  "Sandra Rosenquist"1962-1968
26  "Nancy Wilson Ross"1960-1982
27  "S"1955-1959
28  "S"1961-1972
29  "Sackler"1969-1974
30  "Dr. Salmony"1957-1958
31, 32  "Saski Kozo"1974-1986
33  "Schafer"1954-1964
34  "Schafer"1974-1991
35  "Scott"1955-1958
36  "Sheng, Angela"1983-1985

Box

Folder
13 1, 2  "Shih Hsio-Yen"1961-1977
3  "Shimada"1956-1970s
4  "Mr. Sickman"1968-1988
5, 6  "Sickman"1957-1968
7, 8, 9  "Silbergeld"1973-1990
10, 11  "Dr. Siren"1955-1966
12, 13, 14  "Skira"1958-1960s
15  "Soper"1958-1983
16  "Spelman"1971-1976
17, 18, 19  "Joan (Hsu) Stanley Baker"
20, 21, 22  "Stanley-Bakers"1979-1987
23, 24  "Stanley-Bakers"1987-1991
25  "Starr, John"1970-1976
26  "Steers"1969-1975
27  "Phil Stern"1952-1957
28  "Stern"1965-1976
29  "Brad Stevens"1954-1957

Box

Folder
14 1  "Michael Sullivan"1961-1971
2  "Sullivan"1963-1988
3  "Suzuki, Kei"1962-1983
4  "Suzuki, Kei"1975-1993
5  "Swann"1957-1967
6  "T"1954-1971
7  "T"1956-1972
8  "Louisa Shen Ting"1966-1987
9  "C.C. Tong"1974
10  "Trousdale"1963-1969
11  "Trubner"1960s-1970s
12  "Tsao Jung-Ying"1976-1980
13  "Tseng Hsien-Chi"1958-1964
14  "Tsi Ku Chai"1955-1967
15  "UV"1955-1956
16  "Father Harrie Vanderstrappen"1961-1991
17  "Vannotti"1970s-1980s
18  "Vinograd"1972-1987
19  "U-W"1958-1971
20  "W"
21  "C.C. Wang in S.F."1968-1971
22  "C.C. Wang. 190 E. 72nd St., Apt. 2c, 10021"1956-1971
23, 24  "C.C. Wang"1970s-1982
25  "Wang Fang Yu 1980 on"
26, 27, 28  "Fred Wang. 73 Avon Place, N.H. 11, Conn"1950s-1970s

Box

Folder
15 1  "Hugh Wass. Estate etc."1976-1981
2  "Watson, Bill"1959-1989
3  "Weidner, Marsha"1969-1986
4  "Weinstein, Vicki"1969-1971
5  "H. C. Weng"1958-1993
6  "Wey, Nancy"1976-1977
7  "Whitfield"1960-1981
8  "Willis, Eliz. Bayley"1975-1979
9  "Wong Nam-Ping"1968-1983
10  "Nelson Wu"1955-1977
11  "Wu, Nelson"1977-1992
12  "UVWXYZ"1961-1972
13  "XYZ"1963
14  "Yabumoto"1966-1983
15  "Yamanaka"1963-1979
16  "Ambassador Yeh"1961-1969
17  "(Zeissig) Hollingsworth"1974-1982

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