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Lotte Jacobi, 1896-1990

Papers, 1898-2000

MC 58

72 boxes (24 cu.ft.)

For enquiries about Lotte Jacobi images, see The Lotte Jacobi Photographic Collection

About Lotte Jacobi:

The photographer Johanna Alexandra Jacobi Reiss, affectionately known as Lotte, was born in Thorn, West Prussia in 1896 in what is now Poland. When she was two years old, her family moved to nearby Posen. In 1916, Lotte married and a year later gave birth to a son, John. After Posen became part of Poland in 1921, the Jacobi family moved to Berlin, Germany, where, after a long separation, Lotte’s marriage ended in 1924. Directly after the divorce, she began her film and camera work, studying film at the University of Munich, while simultaneously attending the Bavarian State Academy of Photography.

Photography ran in the Jacobi family. Lotte’s great-grandfather, Samuel Jacobi, visited Paris between 1839 and 1842, where he obtained a camera, a license, and some instruction from L.J.M. Daguerre and then returned to Thorn to set up a studio. He prospered at his trade and eventually passed the business on to his son, Alexander. Alexander, in turn, handed the business down to his three sons, the eldest of whom was Lotte’s father, Sigismund. Thus, there was always the expectation that Lotte and her sister, Ruth (a brother, Alexander, died at age 20), would continue the family business. With such a heritage, Lotte once commented, “I was to be a photographer and that was that.”

After completing her formal studies, Jacobi entered the family business in 1927. During this same period (1926-27) she began her professional work as a photographer, and she also produced four films, the most important being “Portrait of the Artist,” a study of Josef Scharl. From October of 1932 to January of 1933, Lotte traveled to the Soviet Union, in particular to Tadjikistan and Uzbekistan, taking photographs of what she saw. She returned to Berlin in February 1933, one month after Hitler came to power. As persecution against Jews increased, Lotte left Germany with her son, arriving in New York City in September 1935 where she opened a studio in Manhattan. In 1940, Lotte married Erich Reiss, a distinguished German publisher and writer, a marriage that lasted until his death in 1951. During this time, she continued portrait photography at her studio, while also embarking upon an experimental type of photographic work that artist Leo Katz later named photogenics.

In 1955, Lotte left New York with her son and daughter-in-law and moved to Deering, New Hampshire, a move that changed her life. There she opened a new studio, where she both continued her own work and displayed works by other artists. She became interested in politics and was a fervent Democrat, representing New Hampshire at the Democratic National Convention in 1980. She traveled extensively (in the U.S., Europe, and Peru) and enjoyed new-found fame in the 1970s and 1980s. She died in 1990 at the age of 93.

Lotte Jacobi is best known for her photographic portraits, which act as a “chronicle of an era.” The list of her subjects reads like a who’s who of the 20th century: W.H. Auden, Martin Buber, Marc Chagall, W.E.B. DuBois, Albert Einstein, Robert Frost, K├Ąthe Kollwitz, Lotte Lenya, Peter Lorre, Thomas Mann, Max Planck, Eleanor Roosevelt, J.D. Salinger, Alfred Stieglitz, and Chaim Weizmann – to name but a few. During her lifetime she received numerous honors and was recognized as the “greatest woman photographer of the twentieth century”.

About the Lotte Jacobi papers:

The Lotte Jacobi Collection was donated to the University of New Hampshire in 1985. Additional material was donated in 2001 by Irma and Mordecai Bauman and by Beatrice Trum Hunter. The Lotte Jacobi Collection consists of correspondence spanning the years 1924-1986, personal files, daybooks, account books, exhibition information, scrapbooks, biographical information, inscribed works given to Lotte by authors and poets, hundreds of family snapshots, and numerous photographs given to Lotte by other distinguished photographers.

For relevant published works by and about Jacobi see Appendix 2.

Folder Listing:

  1. Correspondence to Lotte Jacobi
  2. Correspondence from Lotte Jacobi
  3. Personal Files
  4. Daybooks
  5. Ledgers and Account Books
  6. Lotte Jacobi’s Exhibits
  7. Dust Jackets and Programs with Photos by Lotte Jacobi
  8. Biographical Materials About Lotte Jacobi
  9. Exhibits at Jacobi Gallery and Jacobi Place
  10. Written Works Inscribed to Lotte Jacobi
  11. Photographs
    1. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi
    2. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi’s Home
    3. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi’s Exhibits
    4. Photographs of Other People
    5. Work by Other Photographers
    6. Matted prints of photographs taken by Lotte Jacobi
  12. Miscellaneous
  13. Oversized Materials
  14. Appendix 1: List of Major Correspondents
  15. Appendix 2: Relevant Published Works By and About Jacobi

I. Correspondence to Lotte Jacobi

BOX 1
f.1 A-Abbeville, 1953-1982.
f.2 Abbot, Berenice, 1963 (primarily undated).
f.3 Abel-Aber, 1944-1983.
f.4 Abrams-Adams, C., 1936-1984.
f.5 Adams, Jack, 1964-1981.
f.6 Adams, Lester – Adams, Sherman, 1951-1984.
f.7 Addison Gallery of American Art (Phillips Andover), 1948-1979.
f.8 Addison House, 1977-1981.
f.9 Adelman-Akiba, 1941-1984.
f.10 Albert-Aldrich, 1966-1983.
f.11 Alexander, Gertie, 1959-1972.
f.12 Allan, D.-Allen, 1960-1984.
f.13 von Allesch-von Altena, 1952-1982.
f.14 Altman – American Humanist Association, 1940-1985.
f.15 American Institute of Physics – Amster, 1939-1985.
f.16 Anas – Andrews, W., 1947-1983.
f.17 Angelis – Apeiron Workshops, 1942-1983.
f.18 Aperture, 1960-1985.
f.19 Apple Tree – Argonne National Laboratory, 1967-1985.
f.20 Arian – Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1954-1984.
f.21 Art Institute of Chicago – ARTnews, 1960-1981.
f.22 Arts – Association of American Artists, 1975-1983.
f.23 Associated Councils for the Arts-Aude, 1952-1982.
f.24 Audubon – Babbet, 1937-1984.
f.25 Bachner, Renee, 1959-1978.
f.26 Backman – Ballard, 1948-1982.
f.27 Ban – Barron, 1947-1985.
f.28 Barsel – Bateson, 1951-1984.
BOX 2
f.1 Bauer, Frank H., 1956-1966.
f.2 Bauer, Frank H., 1967-1979.
f.3 Bauer, Frank H., 1980-1984.
f.4 Bayer, George-Baumgartens, 1967-1980.
f.5 Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1959-1984 (47).
f.6 Baumier-Becker, 1963-1984.
f.7 Beckmann, Hannes & Elsa, 1954-1978.
f.8 Beede, Lucie, 1965-1983.
f.9 Behne-Belknap, 1946-1980.
f.10 Bell, Margaret, 1953-1977.
f.11 Belliveau-Bendel, 1942-1985.
f.12 Bender, Alexander, 1935-1970.
f.13 Bender-Bennett, 1942-1979.
f.14 Benno, Benjamin, 1953-1971.
f.15 Bernays, Edward, 1942-1980.
f.16 Benton-Berlin, 1966-1983.
f.17 Berliner-Berlinische Galerie, 1970-1983.
f.18 Berman-Bernheimer, 1950-1984.
f.19 Bernstein, Joseph, 1955-1975.
f.20 Best-Birman, 1945-1983.
f.21 Bernstein, Victor-Birnbaum, H., 1951-1983.
f.22 Birnbaum, Milton, 1980-1984.
f.23 Bishop-Bloom, 1940-1983.
f.24 Bloor-Bodley, 1944-1978.
f.25 Boel-Boosey, 1938-1981.
f.26 Booth, Lois, 1961-1969.

BOX 3
f.1 Boston-Boston Center for the Arts, 1957-1972.
f.2 Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1962-1980.
f.3 Boston University-Bourgeois, Marion, 1956-1983.
f.4 Bourjaily-Bradley, 1936-1980.
f.5 Brady, Luther, 1976-1984.
f.6 Brameld-Brand, Erika, 1948-1983.
f.7 Brand, Millen, 1942-1957.
f.8 Brand, Millen, 1958-1961.
f.9 Brand, Millen, 1962-1966.
f.10 Brand, Millen, 1967-1970.
f.11 Brand, Millen, 1971-1979.
f.12 Brandeis-Brants, 1945-1979.
f.13 Brattle Street Gallery [South Berwick, ME] (Meredith Sweet), 1974-1984.
f.14 Brattleboro-Braude, 1978-1982.
f.15 Braun, Dr. Walter, 1955-1958.
f.16 Breed-British, 1941-1982.
f.17 Britten-Brown, Robert C., 1936-1981.
f.18 Brown, Robert Hendry & Julie; Robert, Sr., 1954-1985.
f.19 Brown, Robin-Buckhalter, 1973-1985.
f.20 Buckley, Charles, 1962-1981.
f.21 Bugbee-Byerley, 1944-1985.

BOX 4
f.1 C-Cape Haze Marine Laboratory, 1950-1984.
f.2 Caponigro, Andrew & Penny, 1961-1982.
f.3 Caponigro, Paul, 1965-1986.
f.4 Cappel-Carman, 1945-1983.
f.5 Carrey, Bobbi, 1976-1979.
f.6 Carsten, Joseph, 1975-1976.
f.7 Carter, Jimmy, 1977-1982.
f.8 Carter/Mondale Re-Election Campaign (1980), 1979-1980.
f.9 Carton, John, 1976-1979.
f.10 Casals – Casey, 1956-1983.
f.11 Cassirer, Fred (Fritz), Ina, Henry, Amanda, Coco), 1960-1982.
f.12 Casson-Castelot, 1976-1982.
f.13 Cate, Garth, 1942-1968.
f.14 Caton, 1965-1967.
f.15 Catskill Center for Photography, 1980-1985.
f.16 Cauldron-Centeno, 1964-1984.
f.17 Centre Georges Pompidou [Paris], 1979-1985.
f.18 Centron-Champion, 1967-1983.
f.19 Channel 11, NH Puublic Television Auction, 1976-1984.
f.20 Channel 2, WGBH Auction, 1975-1985.
f.21 Chanticleer Press-Charm, 1955-1979.
f.22 Chatham Press, 1972-1975.
f.23 Chiarenga-Cleghorn, 1945-1985.
f.24 Cleveland, James, 1963-1978.
f.25 Clift, W., 1974-1978.
f.26 Cochran, Carl and Elinore, 1964-1984.
f.27 Cochrane-Cohen, 1940-1985.
f.28 Cohn, Erich and Helen, 1955-1963.

BOX 5
f.1 Colby Junior College, 1961-1962.
f.2 Colby-Sawyer College, 1976-1983.
f.3 Cole-Colorado State College, 1945-1972.
f.4 Colrick, Joseph P., 1953-1966.
f.5 Colsman-Columbus Museum of Arts & Crafts, Inc., 1953-1983.
f.6 Cominos, Nick and Joan, 1960-1963.
f.7 Commission of Fine Arts-Constantine, 1943-1980.
f.8 Consul-Cook, V., 1960-1982.
f.9 Cook, Christopher and Julie, 1962-1978.
f.10 Cooke, Robert, 1974-1985.
f.11 Cooper-Cotton, Norris, 1947-1985.
f.12 Cottrell, Annette, 1966-1980.
f.13 Coudert-Country Journal, 1948-1979.
f.14 Countryman Press, 1979-1985.
f.15 Courville-Cummings, 1939-1984.
f.16 Cunard Steam-Ship Company, 1937-1962.
f.17 Currier Gallery of Art [Manchester, NH], 1957-1968.
f.18 Currier Gallery of Art, 1969-1977.
f.19 Currier Gallery of Art, 1978-1985.
f.20 Curtis-Daily Worker, 1977.
f.21 Daman, Ruth, 1964-1967.
f.22 D’Amours-Dartmouth, 1941-1982.
f.23 David-Davis, Bette, 1945-1983.
f.24 Davis, Dorothy Salisbury, 1950-1966.
f.25 Davis, F.Langdon-Day, 1939-1976.
f.26 Dean, Harold and Margaret, 1952-1979.
f.27 Decade-Delaware Camera Club, 1948-1980.
f.28 DeLima, Lisa, 1976-1980.
f.29 Delmey-Departures, 1950-1982.
f.30 Desch-Dietz, 1948-1983.
f.31 Dickinson, Blanche (“Blinkie”), 1946-1970.

BOX 6
f.1 Dicks, Barbara, 1960-1979.
f.2 Dillon, (Augusta, Alan, Ann), 1976-1985.
f.3 Dillon-Dmitri, Ivan, 1952-1982.
f.4 DNP (America), Inc., 1982-1983.
f.5 D’oa-Donas, 1968-1985.
f.6 Donegan, Nora and Martin, 1959-1968.
f.7 Doniger-Dorfman, 1966-1978.
f.8 Dorman-Dortmund, 1981-1985.
f.9 Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1942-1965.
f.10 Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1966-1982.
f.11 Dougherty-Dozier, 1947-1981.
f.12 Draper, Gladys, 1954-1985.
f.13 Drerup-Drutman, 1960-1981.
f.14 Dryden Galleries, Ltd., 1982-1983.
f.15 Dryden Press-Dubois, A., 1957-1962.
f.16 DuBois, W.E. Burghardt and Shirley Graham, 1954-1964.
f.17 Dudley-Dunningham, 1951-1984.
f.18 Durham, Else and Felix, 1956-1984.
f.19 Durkin, John, 1974-1980.
f.20 Durst-Dwyer, 1944-1979.
f.21 E-Edman, 1961-1983.
f.22 Edschmid, Kasimir and Illi, 1949-1971.
f.23 Educational Services, Inc.-Eichenberg, 1943-1979.
f.24 Einstein, George 1960 (1); Jake Einstein, 1984 (1); Albert Einstein Library, 1981-1982 (5); Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, Brox, NY, 1981 (3).
f.25 Einstein (Helen Dukas, secretary (21); Else Einstein, wife (3)), 1935-1979.
f.26 Einstein, Margot, daughter, 1954-1981 (23).
f.27 Eireia-Elias, 1948-1977.
f.28 Elkin-Engle, 1947-1983.
f.29 Enos, Chris, 1976-1983.

BOX 7
f.1 Ente – Esbenshade, 1929-1982.
f.2 Eskildsen, Ute, 1973-1977.
f.3 Eskildsen, Ute, 1978-1985.
f.4 Evans-Exman, 1962-1976.
f.5 Faber-Fasanelli, Homie, 1958-1978.
f.6 Fasanelli, Jim, 1960-1967.
f.7 Fasanelli, Jim, 1970-1972.
f.8 Fasanelli, Jim, 1973-1975.
f.9 Fasanelli, Jim, 1977-1985.
f.10 Fast-Fay Gold Gallery, 1948-1984.
f.11 Fay, Herbert and Claire-Pierre, 1957-1984.
f.12 Fechtner-Ferguson, 1936-1984.
f.13 Fern, Alan and Lois, 1974-1983.
f.14 Fidet-Fine Photographs, 1945-1968.
f.15 Finkel-Finkelstein, 1946-1983.
f.16 Finney, Bill and Hope (Zanes), 1966-1977.
f.17 Fintal-Flack, 1947-1984.
f.18 Flaherty (Barbara, Frances, Monica), 1960-1968.
f.19 Flanley-Foraste, 1940-1983.
f.20 Forbes-Frajlich, 1945-1983.
f.21 Frajndlich, Abe, 1975-1985.
f.22 Frank-Franklin, 1948-1983.
f.23 Franklin Institute (Philadelphia), 1982-1984.
f.24 Franklin, Lynn, 1971-1974.
f.25 Franklin, Lynn, 1975-1976.
f.26 Franklin, Lynn, 1977-1981.
f.27 Franklin, Patt, 1976-1985.
f.28 Frantz, Rick, 1978-1979.
f.29 Frasconi (Antonio, Leona, Pablo), 1964-1981.
f.30 Frauen-Frohman, 1946-1985.
f.31 Frommer, Marie, 1956-1975.

BOX 8
f.1 Frost, Joseph-Fuertes, 1945-1984.
f.2 Fuhrmann, Ernst (and Ilse), 1932-1956 (25 letters).
f.3 Fuhrmann, Ernst (and Ilse), not dated (14 letters, 4 miscellaneous items).
f.4 Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1953-1961 (28 letters).
f.5 Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1962-1964 (24 letters).
f.6 Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1965-1975 (26 letters).
f.7 Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1976-1985 (16 letters).
f.8 Fuhrmann, Ilse, not dated (26 letters).
f.9 Fuhrmann, Ilse, not dated (20 letters), and one letter from Tobi Fuhrmann.
f.10 Fuertes-Fuller Public Library, 1943-1980.
f.11 Fuller, Sue, 1967-1981.
f.12 Funk-Futter, 1940-1957.
f.13 Gabrielli-Gallerie St. Etienne, 1949-1985.
f.14 Galerie Taube (Klaus Martens), 1973-1985.
f.15 Gallagher, Carole, 1982-1983.
f.16 Gallen, Hugh and Irene, 1978-1985.
f.17 The Gallery-Gallo, 1964-1983.
f.18 Gamow-Gantz, 1943-1975.
f.19 Gardner, Isabella Stewart Museum (Boston, MA), 1965-1983.
f.20 Gardner, Jane-Gauvin, 1936-1985.
f.21 Gedok-Gerald, 1939-1985.
f.22 Gerard, Fred (Erik and Nancy), 1974-1980.
f.23 Germain-Gerngross, 1946-1974.
f.24 Gersh, Stephen and Judith, 1972-1975./td>
f.25 Gersowitz-Ghito, 1977-1983.
f.26 Gibson-Ginzburg, 1937-1984.
f.27 Girandola-Goethe House, 1956-1984.
f.28 Goethe Institute (Boston and Montreal), 1974-1984.
f.29 Goethe Institut-Goldfarb, 1944-1983.
f.30 Goldhaber, Lulu, 1948-1958 (9 letters).

BOX 9
f.1 Golding-Goldwasser, 1936-1969.
f.2 Gondor-Gordon, Elsa, 1937-1981.
f.3 Gordon, Grant and Aubrey, 1961-1972.
f.4 Gordon, H.-Gould, 1936-1981.
f.5 Graf, Heinrich, 1963-1974.
f.6 Graf, Heinrich, 1975-1981.
f.7 Graff, Bert, 1948-1950.
f.8 Graham-Grant, 1967-1984.
f.9 Graphics International, Ltd.-Greene, Stephen, 1951-1981.
f.10 Greenberg-Greenleaf, 1943-1979.
f.11 Gregg, Judd, 1981-1984.
f.12 Greither, Dr. A., 1959-1982.
f.13 Grey-Grolier, 1950-1984.
f.14 Gropper Art Gallery, 1965-1969.
f.15 Gropper Art Gallery, 1970-1984.
f.16 Gross, Fritz (and family), 1935-1946.
f.17 Gross-Grossman, Rosalind, 1983-1984.
f.18 Grossman, Walter, undated.
f.19 Grossman-Gruenthal, 1947-1960.
f.20 Gruman-Gunelie, 1943-1982.
f.21 Gunther-Gurewich, 1951-1967.
f.22 Gurewitsch, Maria, 1944-1957.
f.23 Gutman-Gysi, 1941-1956.
f.24 Haas, 1934-1946.
f.25 Haase, Rudy (and family), 1958-1984.
f.26 Haberly, Loyd, 1949-1963.
f.27 Haberman, Jim, 1975-1982.
f.28 Habersetzer-Haines, 1941-1984.
f.29 Halbey, Hans, 1961-1973.
f.30 Halbey, Hans (and Marianne), 1974-1985.
f.31 Hamburg, 1963-1973.
f.32 Hamburg, Staatliche Landesbildstelle, 1971-1974.
f.33 Hamlin-Hammarth, 1946-1979.
f.34 Hancock, Mary Louise, 1972-1986.

BOX 10
f.1 Hanes-Harber, 1964-1983.
f.2 Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1949-1981.
f.3 Hard-Harding, 1963-1980.
f.4 Hardy, Lillian, 1951-1964.
f.5 Harper-Harris, 1948-1982.
f.6 Harrison, Edward, 1956-1967.
f.7 Harrison, F.-Hartman, 1953-1985.
f.8 Hartnett, Len, 1978-1981.
f.9 Hartney-Hastings, 1977-1979.
f.10 Hatch, John (Maryanna, Becky, and Joanna), 1963-1984.
f.11 Hatch-Heilbut, 1936-1983.
f.12 Heilner, Irwin, 1943-1980.
f.13 Heilner, Irwin, 1983-1984.
f.14 Heimann-Heinemann, 1939-1984.
f.15 Heines-Henry, 1950-1984.
f.16 Henschelverlag-Hehrig, 1947-1979.
f.17 Herman, Liselotte, 1951-1980.
f.18 Herrey, Erna and Hermann, 1957-1971.
f.19 Herndon-Heschel, 1951-1985.
f.20 Heschel, Sylvia, 1957-1979.
f.21 Hessel-Hill, 1943-1986.
f.22 Hiller-Holst, 1943-1984.
f.23 Holt-Hom Gallery, 1948-1983.
f.24 Homans, Katy, 1977-1981.
f.25 Homer-Hotopp, 1937-1978.
f.26 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1955-1980.
f.27 Houk-Howe, 1979-1982.
f.28 Howell, Douglas, 1948-1985.
f.29 Hoy-Hozakowski, 1958-1980.
f.30 Huebsch-van Hyning, 1942-1982.

BOX 11
f.1 IBM-Institute & Museum of Philosophy, 1941- 1985.
f.2 International Center of Photography, 1978-1979.
f.3 International Center of Photography, 1980-1983.
f.4 International Communications Agency-International Invitational of Photography, 1979-1982.
f.5 International Museum of Photography, 1944-1983.
f.6 International Photography Fair-International Women Artists Archive, 1936-1983.
f.7 Jackson, Henry M. – Jacoby, Hilla and Max, 1944-1982.
f.8 Jacobi, Ruth, 1957-1970.
f.9 Jacobi, Ruth, 1971-1983.
f.10 Jacoby, Ruth and Charles, 1962-1975.
f.11 Jacoby, Ruth and Charles, not dated.
f.12 Jaffe-Jay, 1943-1983.
f.13 Jeb Gallery-Jocelyn, 1948-1983.
f.14 John Price Jones Company-Johnson, M., 1944-1984.
f.15 Johnston-Jones, Carol, 1952-1982.
f.16 Jones, Don and Betty, 1967-1976.
f.17 Jora, 1942.
f.18 Kahn – Kaiser, 1935-1976.
f.19 Kalcher, Dr. Herte, 1957-1964.
f.20 Kaleko-Kantner, 1945-1979.
f.21 Kantor, Jayne, 1974-1978.
f.22 Kaplan, 1946.
f.23 Karanikas, Alex, 1965-1981.
f.24 Karanikas, Paul, 1983.
f.25 Karl, Frederick and Isabel, 1957-1970.
f.26 Karl, Frederick and Isabel, 1971-1985.
f.27 Karlberg-Kasdin, 1963-1985.
f.28 Kassander, Paul and Gerda, 1960-1971.

BOX 12
f.1 Kasten-Katz, C., 1947-1980.
f.2 Katz, Fanny, 1961-1967.
f.3 Katz, F.M.-Katz, J., 1973.
f.4 Katz, Leo, 1947-1954.
f.5 Katz, Leo, 1955-1963.
f.6 Katz, Leo, 1964-1981.
f.7 Katz, Nora-Kayser, 1940-1975.
f.8 Kearley-Keats, 1963-1973.
f.9 Keeler-Kefauver, 1960-1977.
f.10 Kempe, Fritz, 1973-1979.
f.11 Kempe, Fritz, 1980-1982.
f.12 Kendall-Kern, 1947-1984.
f.13 Kershaw, Mrs. F.S., 1940 [mostly not dated].
f.14 Kessler-Kiewitt, 1951-1974.
f.15 Kimball-Kimmel, 1947-1979.
f.16 Kimmel Cohn Photography Arts, 1976-1977.
f.17 King, Alex-Tony, 1946-1982.
f.18 King, John W., 1963-1984.
f.19 King, Ron, 1971-1980.
f.20 Kingston-Kircher, 1953-1982.
f.21 Kirchheimer, Arnold, 1937-1967.
f.22 Kirchheimer-Kisch, 1936-1976.
f.23 Kiva Gallery, 1976-1979.
f.24 Kiva Gallery, 1980-1981.
f.25 Klausner-Klaw, 1937-1977.
f.26 Kleeblat, Josia and Teresa, 1958-1971.
f.27 Kleeman-Knopf, 1929-1983.

BOX 13
f.1 Knowles-Koner, 1934-1985.
f.2 Koning-Koretz, 1934-1984.
f.3 Korn, Kurt C. and Bertel, 1956-1979.
f.4 Kornfeld-Kowal, Cal, 1956-1984.
f.5 Kowal, Dennis, 1971-1982.
f.6 Kowalski, 1979.
f.7 Kowski, Erwin, 1975-1984.
f.8 Kramer-Kraus, K. 1930-1965.
f.9 Kraus Reprint Limited, 1967-1970.
f.10 Kraus Reprint Limited, 1971-1981.
f.11 Krause-Krick, Anne, 1945-1964.
f.12 Krick, Virginia, 1967-1977.
f.13 Krippner, Stanley, 1970-1982.
f.14 Kristeller, 1955-1964.
f.15 Kroll, Herbert, 1936-1984.
f.16 Dr. Arthur Kronfeld, March 21, 1932 (1);
Heinz Krüger, March 20, 1963; Dec. 19, 1963 (2).
f.17 Kruger, Werner, 1974-1985.
f.18 Kuczinski-Kunsthistorisch Tjidschrift, 1970-1981.
f.19 Kuttner, F.S., 1959-1972.
f.20 Lachmann-Lachnt, 1962-1979.
f.21 Ladas, Alice, 1966-1981.
f.22 LaGuardia-Langdon, 1945-1983.
f.23 Langford-Lasansky, 1945-1982.
f.24 Lash, Barry and Martha, 1978-1985.
f.25 Lasko-Leaf, 1945-1984.
f.26 League of NH Craftsmen, 1958-1985.
f.27 Leavitt-Ledel, 1976-1984.
f.28 Lee-Lenbauchhaus, 1935-1983.
f.29 Lenel-Lenus, 1948-1979.
f.30 Lenya, Lotte, 1979-1981.
f.31 Leonhardt-Lersch, 1929-1950.
f.32 Leslie, Robert, 1947-1980.
f.33 Lesser, Rudi and Kurt, 1960-1963.
f.34 Lesser, Rudi and Kurt, not dated.

BOX 14
f.1 Lestogne-Levy, 1940-1983.
f.2 Lewen, Si, 1951-1966.
f.3 Lewen, Si, 1967-1981.
f.4 Lewen, Si, undated.
f.5 Lewis-Libby, 1942-1980.
f.6 Library of Congress, 1967-1978.
f.7 Library of Living Philosophers-de Lima, 1950-1985.
f.8 Limbosch, Céline Dangotte, 1962-1968 (15); Limbosch, Nicole, 1963 (1).
f.9 Limes Verlag, 1957-1977.
f.10 Lincoln, C.-Lincoln, R., 1976-1984.
f.11 Linden-List Verlag, 1950-1983.
f.12 Little, Brown and Company, 1949-1972.
f.13 Little, D.-Locey, 1943-1984.
f.14 Lockwood-Loots, 1947-1980.
f.15 Lorant-Los Angeles, County of, 1935-1985.
f.16 Lovisco Gallery, 1960-1977.
f.17 Lowe-Lowell, 1980.
f.18 Lowenbach, Vilma, 1956-1972.
f.19 Lowenstein, Hubertus Prinz zu, 1937-1954.
f.20 Lowenstein, Hubertus Prinz zu, 1956-1981.
f.21 Loyola – Lunning, 1947-1982.
f.22 Lushbough, Channing (Eloise, Anna, and Elmer), 1974-1980.
f.23 Lussither-Lynar, 1945-1963.
f.24 Lynd, Helen, 1947-1964.
f.25 Lyons-de Lys, 1945-1979.
f.26 Maass-MacLaren, 1946-1974.
f.27 MacMillan Company, 1940-1960.
f.28 MacMillan Educational Corp.-Madison, 1957-1979.
f.29 Maeder, Jules, 1940-1973.
f.30 Maesler-das Magazin, 1955-1985.
f.31 Maitin, Sam, 1968-1982.
f.32 Magee-Manahan, 1946-1980.
f.33 Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1964-1983.

BOX 15
f.1 Mandell-Marlboro, 1940-1984.
f.2 Martin, Amanda, not dated.
f.3 Martin, D.-Marx, 1954-1985.
f.4 Mason-Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation, 1975-1978.
f.5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968-1978.
f.6 Massachusetts Review-May, 1945-1984.
f.7 May, Erich and Wally, 1957-1976.
f.8 Mayer, Eleanor, 1942-1943.
f.9 Mayer, Elizabeth, 1942-1961.
f.10 Mayer, Elizabeth, 1962-1968.
f.11 Mayer, Grace, 1959-1965.
f.12 Mayer, Grace, 1966-1968.
f.13 Mayer, Grace, 1969-1971.
f.14 Mayer, Grace, 1972-1975.
f.15 Mayer, Grace, 1976-1977.
f.16 Mayer, Grace, 1978-1985.
f.17 Mayer-MB Associates, 1942-1983.
f.18 McCabe, Catherine, 1978.
f.19 McCarthy, Eugene, 1968-1972.
f.20 McClintock-McCollester, 1943-1974.
f.21 McCollester, Ruth, 1969-1975.
f.22 McCormick, Ken and Anne, 1954-1977.
f.23 McCown, Edna-McGill, 1955-1982.
f.24 McGinnis-McHenry, 1954-1985.
f.25 McIntyre, Tom, 1963-1970.
f.26 McIntyre, Tom, 1971-1973.
f.27 McIntyre, Tom, 1974-1978.
f.28 McKay-McQuade, 1942-1983.

BOX 16
f.1 Mead, Margaret, 1956-1970.
f.2 Meader, E.M., 1961-1976.
f.3 Meader, V. – Meredith, 1947-1984.
f.4 Merrill – Messenger, 1957-1984.
f.5 Metropolitan Museum of Art – Metzger, 1936-1981.
f.6 Metzig, William and Erica, 1962-1975.
f.7 Metzig, William and Erica, 1976-1983.
f.8 Metzner – Middlebury, 1949-1976.
f.9 Miller, A. – Miller, M., 1950-1979.
f.10 Mills – Mission, 1948-1957.
f.11 Mitchell, Margaretta, 1977-1980.
f.12 Mitchell, Margaretta, 1981-1986.
f.13 Mitigulf – Molovinsky, 1941-1981.
f.14 Molzahn, Loretto and Johannes, 1955-1966.
f.15 Monadnock, 1978-1979.
f.16 Mondale, Walter and Joan, 1978-1985.
f.17 Monks – Morgan, 1948-1984.
f.18 Moore, Marianne, 1958-1962.
f.19 Moore, Mary, 1963-1980.
f.20 Moore, Mary, not dated.
f.21 Morgan, Barbara, 1943-1974.
f.22 Moriarty, Peter, 1973-1979.
f.23 Morris, Robert, 1960-1985.
f.24 Morris – Morrison, 1960-1974.
f.25 Morrow, William and Co., Inc., 1946-1964.
f.26 Morse – Mower, 1953-1983.
f.27 Mraz, Marna, 1961-1970.
f.28 Ms., 1977.
f.29 Mueller, Robert, 1953-1967.
f.30 Mueller, Robert, 1968-1985.
f.31 Muller – Mumar, 1969-1982.
f.32 Münchner Stadtmuseum, 1973-1984.

BOX 17
f.1 Murchie – Murray, 1960-1983.
f.2 Museum Folkwang – Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1976-1984.
f.3 Museum of Modern Art, 1942-1958.
f.4 Museum of Modern Art, 1959-1982.
f.5 Museum of the American-Indian – Myers, 1951-1981.
f.3 Museum of Modern Art, 1942-1958.
f.6 Nachmansohn – Nashua League of Craftsmen, 1949-1985.
f.7 Nathanson – National Retired Teacher’s Association, 1936-1981.
f.8 Natural Foods Associates – Natuur, 1963-1984.
f.9 Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1959-1964.
f.10 Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1965-1971.
f.11 Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1973-1985.
f.12 Nearing, Helen and Scott, not dated.
f.13 Neary – Nevius, 1943-1963.
f.14 New Age – New England Biennial, 1948-1985.
f.15 New England College, 1972-1983.
f.16 New England Document Conservation Center – New Hampshire Alliance, 1976-1979.
f.17 New Hampshire Art Association, 1959-1985.
f.18 New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions – New Hampshire College, 1977-1982.
f.19 New Hampshire Commission on the Arts, 1968-1985.
f.20 New Hampshire Committee – New Hampshire Profiles, 1962-1984.
f.21 New Hampshire Public Radio – New Yorker, 1937-1980.
f.22 Newkirk – Newman, J., 1982-1984.
f.23 Newman, Rhoda, 1967-1983.
f.24 Newman, Robert – Niethammer, 1939-1978.
f.25 Niles, George, 1965-1984.
f.26 Nissel, 1955.
f.27 Nixon, David L., 1964-1982.
f.28 Noble, 1943.
f.29 Noel, William P., 1973-1976.
f.30 Nolan – Northwestern University, 1947-1983.
f.31 Norton, W.W. and Company, 1961-1980.
f.32 Nouvel – Nuttall, 1948-1979.

BOX 18
f.1 Ober – Ohio State University, 1943-1977.
f.2 Ohio University, 1952-1961.
f.3 Olms – Orange Coast College, 1951-1983.
f.4 Orden – Oxford University Press, 1946-1978.
f.5 Pace Gallery – Panoc, 1944-1981.
f.6 Panofsky, Gerda (and Erwin), 1966-1970.
f.7 Panoptican Gallery – Patin, 1943-1982.
f.8 Patton, Alison, Rayna, and Wendall, 1972-1985.
f.9 Paulson, 1981.
f.10 Pavon, Jose and Claudia, 1960-1983.
f.11 Paynter, Biz and Raymond, 1977-1981.
f.12 Peabody, Mary, 1961-1976.
f.13 Pearson, Norman Holmes (and Susan), 1938-1974.
f.14 Peach-Pearson, E., 1935.
f.15 Pearson-Peladeau, 1956-1982.
f.16 Peloquin, Marc and Tobelynn, 1977-1984.
f.17 Penberthy-Peritz, 1956-1984.
f.18 Perk, Edna, 1964-1968.
f.19 Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1951-1959.
f.20 Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1961-1969.
f.21 Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1970-1974.
f.22 Perrott, Stanford, 1958-1981.
f.23 Peritz – Peters, 1963-1983.
f.24 Petersen, R.P., 1972-1978.
f.25 Peterson – Phelps, 1962-1983.
f.26 Philadelphia Arts Council, 1975.
f.27 Philadelphia – Phillips, 1931-1982.
f.28 Phillips Exeter Academy (Myron and Helen Williams), 1938-1982.
f.29 Photograph – Photographic Book Company, 1969-1984.
f.30 Photographic Resource Center – Physics Today, 1964-1983.
f.31 Picard – Pine, 1937-1981.
f.32 Pinner, Erna, 1951-1981.
f.33 Pinthus – Plus Co., 1950-1982.
f.34 Plymouth State College, 1971-1981.
BOX 19
f.1 Pollack, Ruth, 1962-1982.
f.2 Pollack, Ruth, 1983-1985.
f.3 Pollitzer, 1942-1950.
f.4 Polloack, Robert and Jean, 1954-1963.
f.5 Pollock-Port Washington, 1937-1983.
f.6 Porter, George, 1960-1970.
f.7 Post-PPS, 1960-1980.
f.8 Pratt-Preziosi, 1964-1984.
f.9 Prince, Sidney and Lilli, 1951-1978.
f.10 Princeton – Prior, 1975-1983.
f.11 Probst, J. Anthony (Frances and Leonard), 1945-1970.
f.12 Profiles-Purdom, 1963-1980.
f.13 Purvis, Donn and Doris, 1960-1971.
f.14 Pushkar-Pyenson, 1945-1981.
f.15 Quaker-Quitslund, 1945-1985.
f.16 Rabbino-Raiche, 1948-1983.
f.17 Raimo, Antonio, 1978-1980.
f.18 Raiten-Ratliff, 1952-1982.
f.19 von Rauch, Georg, 1973-1974.
f.20 von Rauch, Georg, 1975-1983.
f.21 Rautert, 1981.
f.22 Ravoux, Sophie, 1939-1970.
f.23 Reader’s Digest-Redlich, 1960-1977.
f.24 Reed, Edward and Mary, 1952-1964.
f.25 Reeve-Reisner, 1938-1982.
f.26 Reiss, Ellen A., 1957-1976.
f.27 Reiss, Hilde, 1958-1980.
f.28 Reizenstein-Renger, 1973-1981.
f.29 Renger-Patzsch, Albert and Sabine, 1957-1965.
f.30 Renger-Patzch, Agnes/Sabine and Renger-Patzch Archiv, 1966-1982.
f.31 Reno-Reynal, 1947-1977.
f.32 Reynold, Bob and Stephanie, 1961-1975.
f.33 Richardson, Carlos, 1975-1985.
f.34 Reynolds-Richardson, B., 1930-1983.
f.35 Richman-Richmond, 1938-1976.
BOX 20
f.1 Richter, Inge, 1964-1967.
f.2 Richter, Inge, 1968-1981.
f.3 Rieger-Rinker, 1944-1982.
f.4 Rising, Lloyd and Mildred, 1971-1978.
f.5 Ritt-Rizzoli, 1982-1984.
f.6 Robertson-Roetheli, 1945-1979.
f.7 Rogers-Roitgers, 1940-1983.
f.8 Roman-Rona, 1945-1953.
f.9 Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1944-1946.
f.10 Rosa-Rosenthal, 1945-1975.
f.11 von Rosenstiel-Rothschild, 1940-1982.
f.12 Rottgers, Elisabeth, 1949-1962.
f.13 Rottgers, Elisabeth, 1963-1970.
f.14 Rottgers, Elisabeth, 1972-1983.
f.15 Rowe-Roy, 1963-1977.
f.16 Royal-Ryesky, 1945-1985.
f.17 Sa’a dah-Saffron, 1942-1977.
f.18 Safranski, Kurt S. and Maria, 1947-1961.
f.19 Sage, 1974.
f.20 Saito, Kiyoshi, 1953-1961.
f.21 Salisbury, Elma, 1973.
f.22 Salo, Maija and George, 1958-1984.
f.23 Saloman-Saltonstall, 1946-1985.
f.24 Sammon-Sanders, 1958-1981.
f.25 Sanford, Eric, 1959-1984.
f.26 Sanford, V., not dated.
f.27 San Francisco Museum of Art, 1975-1985.
f.28 Seacoast Anti-Pollution League-Sargent, 1959-1977.
f.29 Sarton, May, 1959-1965.
f.30 Sarton, May, 1966-1983.
f.31 Sarton, May, not dated.
f.32 Sarton, May, not dated.
f.33 Sauerlander, Beate Wachstein, 1965-1981.
BOX 21
f.1 Sarver-Sayer, 1965-1984.
f.2 Scanlon-Schaeffer, 1948-1982.
f.3 Scharl, Josef and Marianne, 1935-1955 (20).
f.4 Schatski – Schicht, 1948-1983.
f.5 Schiller-National Museum, 1966-1980.
f.6 Schiller-National Museum, 1981-1986.
f.7 Schlenker-Schmitz, 1951-1983.
f.8 Schmoll-Eisenworth, J.A. and Helga, 1979-1985.
f.9 Schneer-Schneidt, 1930-1972.
f.10 Schocken Books, Inc. (Salman Schocken, Theodore Schocken), 1948-1978.
f.11 Scholles, The, 1963-1968.
f.12 Das Schonste-Schorber, 1958.
f.13 Schrag, Karl, 1968-1982.
f.14 Schroeder-Schuman, 1950-1980.
f.15 Schupp – Schuster, 1979-1984.
f.16 Schuyler, Steve, 1978-1985.
f.17 Schwabrik-Schwimmer, 1937-1978.
f.18 The Sciences, 1979.
f.19 Scientific American, 1956-1979.
f.20 Scott-Scruton, 1956-1982
f.21 Scribner, Charles and Sons, 1955-1969.
f.22 Second Look-Seelig, 1959-1970.
f.23 Seewald, Hanna, 1957-1973.
f.24 Seldin, Gloria, 1976.
f.25 Seley, Jason, 1953-1979.
f.26 Seltzer-Senior, 1950-1984.
f.27 Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley, 1953-1960.
f.28 Seventeen-Shattuck, 1944-1980.
f.29 Shaw, Joy and Harry, 1953-1974.
f.30 Shearer-Sheiman, 1952-1984.
f.31 Sheldon, Donald, 1976-1982.
f.32 Shepard, not dated.
f.33 Shepard, Beth and Carol Ruth, 1976-1979.
f.34 Sherin-Shuster, 1945-1983.
f.35 Sides-Sigerist, 1940-1980.
f.36 Silverman, Ruth, 1979-1985.

BOX 22
f.1     Simitch - Sims, 1939-1984.
f.2     Singer - Skove, 1945-1979.
f.3     Skrzeba, Heinz, 1958-1961.
f.4     Skrzeba, Heinz, 1962-1965.
f.5     Skrzeba, Heinz, 1966-1973.
f.6     Slezak - Smith, E., 1946-1981.
f.7     Smith, Elliott (Toby), 1970-1981.
f.8     Smith, Howard and Beanie, 1949-1964.
f.9     Smith, f.- Smith College, 1945-1985.
f.10    Smithsonian Institute, 1960-1982.
f.11    Smithsonian Magazine - Snitow, C., 1942-1984.
f.12    Snitow, Virginia and Ann, 1956-1972.
f.13    Snitow, Virginia and Ann, 1973-1985.
f.14    Snitow, Virginia and Ann, not dated.
f.15    Snitow, Virginia and Ann, not dated.
f.16    Sobernheim - Sommerfeld, 1949-1984.
f.17    Somogyi, Ladislaus, Anneliese, Cornelia, 1936-1969.
f.18    Somogyi, Ladislaus, Anneliese, Cornelia, 1970-1979.
f.19    Sonnabend - Sound Image, 1943-1979.
f.20    Spanos, Harry V., 1974-1976.
f.21    Sparta - Squires, 1943-1984.
f.22    St. Anselm's College - Staley, 1958-1983.
f.23    Stanley - Star Island, 1961-1985.
f.24    Starr, Nina Howell, 1965-1984.
f.25    Starr, P. - State of New Hampshire, 1966-1981.
f.26    State of New Hampshire, 1969-1984.
f.27    State of New York, 1966.
f.28    State University of New York at Albany, 1975-1984.
f.29    Standinger - Stein, 1944-1983.

BOX 23
f.1     Steiner, Bridget (Brigitte), 1975-1983.
f.2     Steiner, H. - Steinert, M., 1948-1979.
f.3     Steinert, Otto, 1954-1970.
f.4     Steinert, Otto, 1973-1976.
f.5     Steinitz - Stevenson, 1950-1977.
f.6     Stewart, Doug and Marge, 1944-1974.
f.7     George W. Stewart, publisher (3), July 16, Nov. 5, Nov. 25 (to John Hunter), 1962; 
Lillian (& Joseph) Stiegel (3), April 2, Sept. 17, 1956; June 24, 1965; Stinehour Press (1), 
Oct. 9, 1981; Dr. Helene Stoecker (1 in German), Sept. 4, 1929; Anne Stockton (1), Sept. 3, 
1969; Prof. Oskar Stoessel (6, 4 in German), Feb. 2, March 10, March 20, March 23, May 10, 
1960 and 1 undated; Sue Stoke, May 29, n.y.; Gustav Stolper (2), July 30, Aug. 20, 1946; 
Toni (Mrs. Gustav) Stolper (6, 4 in German), June 23, 1953, March 19, 1956; Feb. 9, 1957; 
Jan. 13, 1965; Feb. 24, 1958, and 1 undated; Esther (Mrs. I.F.) Stone (3), March 10, 1954; 
Feb. 9, 1956, and 1 undated; I.F. Stone (2), Oct. 15, 1937; Dec. 8, 1974; Maurice Stone, 
May 18, 1938; Elizabeth Storer, July 1, 1944.
f.8     Stout, George and Margaret, 1965-1977.
f.9     Stout, T.M. - Straus, 1943-1981.
f.10    Strawbery Banke - Sward, 1940-1984.
f.11    Swart - Swigget, 1941-1979.
f.12    Sylvester, Audrey, 1968-1985.
f.13    Sylvester, G. - Szilasi, 1968-1979.
f.14    Taft - Tchaikowski, 1947-1982.
f.15    Tchobanoglous - Tharp, 1943-1976.
f.16    Thimig, Helen, 1964-1974.
f.17    This - Thorpe, 1943-1979.
f.18    Thwaites, John, Anthony, and Gitta, 1963-1979.
f.19    Tietze - Timken, 1946-1984.
f.20    Titcomb, Esther, 1966-1978.
f.21    Titelman; Marie (and Hully) Tolander, (3), Dec. 1979; Sept. 22, 1981, and undated; Train, 1949-1978.
f.22    Travis - Truman, 1953-1983.
f.23    Tschinkel, J.G., 1964-1974.
f.24    Tucker, Ann, 1974-1977.
f.25    Tucker, J. - Tyutyunnik, 1952-1984.
f.26    Uhr - United Nations, 1938-1963.
f.27    United States - Unity College, 1958-1980.
f.28    University of Bridgeport - University of California,
         1960-1979.
f.29    University of Chicago, 1964-1965.

BOX 24
f.1     University of Delaware - University of Lowell, 1960-1983.
f.2     University of Maryland, 1973-1978.
f.3     University of Maryland, 1979-1980.
f.4     University of Maryland, 1981-1985.
f.5     University of Massachusetts - University of Michigan,
          1979-1985.
f.6     University of Missouri (St. Louis), 1979-1982.
f.7     University of New Hampshire, 1960-1965.
f.8     University of New Hampshire, 1966-1974.
f.9     University of New Hampshire, 1975-1978.
f.10    University of New Hampshire, 1979-1981.
f.11    University of New Hampshire, 1982-1984.
f.12    University of North Carolina - University of Utah, 1967-1983.
f.13    Untermeyer - Ustick, 1938-1980.
f.14    Vacca, Frank, 1974-1983.
f.15    Valastro, S.C., 1982-1984.
f.16    Valentino, Elly, Ernesto, and Dora Lisa,. 1966-1982.
f.17    Valentino - Vidal, 1941-1981.
f.18    Viek, Frieda, 1956-1973.
f.19    Viking Penguin, Inc., 1944-1983.
f.20    Viola - Vision, 1950-1983.
f.21    Vollker - Vorhaus, 1945-1978.
f.22    De Vriendt, Stephan and Inel, 1955-1983.
f.23    Vychinsky, 1963.
f.24    Wabash - Walley, 1953-1985.
f.25    Walmsley, Albert, Roberta, and Elisabeth, 1965-1979.
f.26    Walsh - Warner Brothers, 1945-1979.
f.27    Warnock - Watson, Joan, 1944-1983.
f.28    Watson, John Blair, 1968-1983.
f.29    Watterson - Watts, 1968-1978.

BOX 25
f.1     Waugh, Coulton and Odin, 1948-1967.
f.2     Waugh, Coulton and Odin, 1972-1985.
f.3     WCBS - Weidle, 1976-1977.
f.4     Weidler, Charlotte, 1944-1978.
f.5     Weigert - Weiner, 1941-1980.
f.6     Weinmann, Eden, 1966-1982.
f.7     Weinmann, Eric, 1961-1983.
f.8     Weinmann, H. - Weisgal, 1940-1985.
f.9     Weiss - Westbrook, 1943-1983.
f.10    Westmoreland - Wettfish, 1945-1981.
f.11    Weymouth, Florence (Fleur), 1972-1984.
f.12    WGBH, 1958-1980.
f.13    White, Clarence, 1952-1978.
f.14    The White House, 1961-1982.
f.15    White, Myron - Who's Who, 1950-1978.
f.16    Von Wicht - Wile, 1947-1978.
f.17    Wiley, John and Sons, 1967-1985.
f.18    Willard, Charlotte, 1955-1974.
f.19    Willard, Helen, 1961-1977.
f.20    Willard, I. - Willis, 1945-1984.
f.21    Wilson - Wirtz, 1938-1985.
f.22    Wisdom Magazine, 1956-1959.
f.23    Wise, Kelly, 1966-1985.
f.24    Wise, S. - Witebsky, 1937-1948.
f.25	The Witkin Gallery, 1976-1984.
f.26    Witt - Wittgenstein, 1948-1980.
f.27    Wittmer, Felix, 1934-1945.
f.28    Witty - Wolf, D., 1931-1982.

BOX 26
f.1     Wolf, Lola, 1953-1962.
f.2     Wolf, Lola, 1963-1971.
f.3     Wolf, William, 1937-1971.
f.4     Wolff - Wolheim, 1947-1977.
f.5     Woman - Women's Supportive Services, 1973-1982.
f.6     Wood - World University Library, 1943-1984.
f.7     Worth Publishers, 1966-1983.
f.8     Wright - Wunderhorn, 1947-1983.
f.9     Wundt, Felicia, 1955-1971.
f.10    Wuthenow, Ursala, 1963-1984.
f.11    Yale - YMCA, 1949-1984.
f.12    Zabriskie - Zahn, 1976-1982.
f.13    Zanes - Zeoli, 1958-1982.
f.14    Ziffrin, Marilyn, 1976-1985.
f.15    Ziler - Zimmerman, 1961-1985.
f.16    Zuckermann, Erich and Annedore, 1953-1976.
f.17    Von Zuhlsdorf - Zurcher, 1976-1979.
f.18    Unidentified, 1924-1959.
f.19    Unidentified, 1960-1965.
f.20    Unidentified, 1966-1969.
f.21    Unidentified, 1970-1979.
f.22    Unidentified, 1980-1984.
f.23    Unidentified, undated.
f.24    Unidentified, undated.

BOX 27
f.1     Illegible signatures.
f.2     Illegible signatures.
f.3     Incomplete letters.
f.4     Political materials, Democratic Party, 1970-1980.
f.5     Political publications: National Democrat & NH Democrat,
          1972-1980.
f.6     Reports of the NH Democratic Party Study Forum, 1968-1970.
f.7     A - B, other correspondence.
f.8	Brooke, David S., other correspondence.
f.9     C - E, other correspondence.
f.10    F, other correspondence.
f.11    G, other correspondence.
f.12    H, other correspondence.
f.13    I - L, other correspondence.
f.14    M, other correspondence.
f.15    N - R, other correspondence.
f.16    S, other correspondence.
f.17    T - Y, other correspondence.
	        
   	 

II. Correspondence from Lotte Jacobi

BOX 28 f.1 Abraham Lincoln High School (1); Academic Press (1); Sherman Adams (3); Addison House (2); Addison Gallery (1); Altarag (1); Ditmar Albert (2); American Bicentennial Photography and Film project (1); AARP (1); American Photographer (1); Amman (1); Aperture (1 to Minor White) (8); Arnholdt (3); Art Institute of Chicago (1); Bahn-Flessburg (3); David Bakalar (1), and Barkley (1). f.2 Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1957-1961 (36). f.3 Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1962-1967 (39). f.4 Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1968-1971, and undated (11). f.5 "Bemchen" (the Jacobi family's cook and maid) (9/1/1932) (1); Benzwie, Albert (1); William Berchen (1); Berliner (1); Alan Bernheimer (1); Dr. Berthold (2); Dr. Birnbaum (1); Bluhm (4); Bolle (Monadnock Music)(3); Bondi (1); Boston Public Library (1); Boston University (Gottlieb)(1); Brikwit (1); Dr. Luther Brady (2); Bromfield (2); David Brooke (1); Brandeis University (M. Markson) (1); Bridge (1), Brill (1); Brodie (Keene State College) (1); Colonel Brown (1); Governor Jerry Brown (1); Doris Bry (3); Bryn Mawr College (2); Büchse der Pandow (Grophans) (1); Charles Buckley (3); Burkhalter (1); Burkhard (1), and Nancy Bush (1). f.6 Camera Work (6) (von den Steinen, 4; Herbert du Fine, 2); Cameron (1); Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Jeffrey Gelanster)(1); Campbell (1); Cornell Capa (1); Eleanor Caponigro (1); President Jimmy Carter (7); Castelot (2) (Editor, Hillsboro Messenger); Catskill Center for Photography, Inc. (Kathleen Kenyon) (1); Camille Kereszturi Cayley (1); Marc Chagall (1); Chatham Press (1); Chemex Corp. (1); U.S. Rep. James Cleveland (3); Erich Cohn (1); Coke (University of Florida)(3); Colby Sawyer College (Vansen) (1); Collection & Investigation Bureau (1); Columbia College, Chicago (2); Columbus Museum of Art (Bill Scheele) (1); Commission of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C. (1); Commissioner of Public Building Service, D.C. (1); J. G. Conklin (New Hampshire State Entomologist) (1); Contemporary Photography (Hill) (1); Christopher Cooke (3), Senator Norris Cotton (1), U.S. Representative Coudert (also Senator Ives, the New York Times, and the NY Herald Tribune) (1) (telegram opposing the Mann Bill), Odinand Coulton (1), and Hildy Cummings (1). f.7 Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) (America), Inc. (1); Danforth Museum (Landman) (1); Dartmouth College Museum & Galleries (1); Dalmiter (1); Dr. Daum (1); Town of Deering, N.H. (1); Deering Association (1); Jacob Dershin (2); Blanche Dickinson ("Blink") (1); Doubleday, Inc. (2); Pat Dozier (1); Alan Du Bois (St. Petersburg (Fla.) Museum of Fine Arts 92); Helen Dukas (Albert Einstein's secretary) (1); Senator John Durkin (4), and E.P. Dutton (Harry Shaw) (1). f.8 East Street Gallery (Krystyne Neuman, Henry Wilhelm) (2); Wolf von Eikardt (1); Margot Einstein (1); Mrs. Eiseley (1); Sandra Elkin (1); Elsas (1); Eshoo (1), Ute Eskildsen (4), and Exchange National Bank of Chicago (Snyder) (2). f.9 Faber & Faber Ltd. (1); Feldman (1), Fichter (1); Gertrud Fiege (3); Fierse (1); Monica Flaherty (5); Flanley (1); Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia (Jacobson) (1); Carole Foeller (1); FDA, Bureau of Food (1); President Gerald Ford (1); Fotografiska Museet, Stockholm (Sidwall) (2); Franklin Publications, Inc. (1); Franke (1), Ilse Fuhrmann (1), and Futter (1). f.10 Gaehde (2); Gatih (1); Esther Gauss (1); George Eastman House International Museum of Photography (1); German (1), and German Pension (8). f.11 Brendan Gill (1); Glüncher (1); David Godine (1); Goethe House (Frau Diettrich) (1); Goethe Institute (1); Hank Goldman (1); Golden Acres Orchard (1); Eberhard & Maureen Gordon (1); Heinrich and Mimi Graf (3); Joe Grandmaison (2); Greither (4); Gruenthal (1); Vera Gropper (1); Guggenheim Foundation (4), Güse (1); and Ernest Guteman (1). f.12 Marianne and Hans Halbey (3); Sonya Hamlin (1); Alice Hammarth (1); Hanks (1); Hanson (1); Garrett Hardin (1); Chris Harris (Chatham Press) (7); Hartzog (1); Harper & Row (1); W.K. Harrison (1); Hayes (1); Heinemann (2); Ira Hirschman (1); Vance Hoch (1); Holt, Rinehart & Winston (2); Homer (2); Mrs. Floyd Hornaday (1); Robert Huggins (1), Humphrey (San Francisco Museum of Arts) (1), and Senator Hubert Humphrey (1). f.13 Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton (1); Jaeger (1); Senator Henry Jackson (1); Jones (1); Jayne Kantor (3); Zelda Karp (1); Martha Kearns (1); Keesey (1); Fritz Kempe (12); Kendall (1); and Ray Ketcham (1). f.14 Kimmel-Cohn Gallery (Roberta and Richard) (13); Governor John King (1); Ron King (1); Arnold Kirsheimer (1); Klausner (1); Dr. Klemig (2); Stanley Knipper (1); Knowles (1); Kowski (1); Kraus (3); Kraus-Thomson Organization Limited (1); Kraus Reprint (1); Werner Krüger (1), and Eleanor Kubie (1). f.15 Lathrop (1); Lawrence (1); Lawrence Gallery (1); Leaf (1); Lee (2); LeClerc (1); Lenel (1); Leo Baeck Institute (1); Lerman (Mademoiselle) (1); Let's Live (Joan Colle) (1); Roger Lewis (1); Judith Lieberman (2); Lieberson (Columbia Records) (2); Library of Congress (1); Life (Ruth Lester (1); Tom Wheeler (1)) (3); Limes Verlag (1); Ray Lincoln (1); Esther and Harold Lindquist (1); Lunn (1), and Lushbough (2). f.16 Senator Eugene McCarthy (1); Ruthie McCollester (4); Ken McCormick (4); Dan McCullough (1); MacDowell Colony (1); Marshall MacDuffie (1), and Senator George McGovern (2). f.17 Senator Thomas McIntyre, 1971-1975 (25). f.18 MacMillan & Co.; Sam Maitin (3); Klaus Märtens (6); Malabar Farm (1); Manchester Union Leader (1); Margery Mann (1); Marin (1); Martin (1); Mason (1); Grace Mayer (Museum of Modern Art, New York) (9); Michael Mazur (2); Elwyn Meader (1); Meredith (1); Richard Merritt (1); Metropolitan Opera Association (1); Jim Metzner (1); Meyer (1); Eugene Mills (President, University of New Hampshire) (2); Lorette Molzahn (1); Montague (1); Beth & Peter Moriarty (1); Morrison (1); William Morrow & Co. (1); Moser (U. of Iowa) (1); Bob Mueller (1); Münchener Stadtmuseum (3); Catherine Munter (Friends of the Crafts, Seattle) (1); Murphy (1); Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1), and Museum of Modern Art (New York) (John Szarkowski) (3). f.19 Naughton (1); de Navarelle (1); Helen and Scott Nearing (6); Louise Nevelson (1);New England College (6); New Hampshire Endowment for the Arts (Mr. Thomas)(1); New Orleans Museum of Modern Art (Freeman) (1); New York Times (3); New Yorker (2); Rhoda Newman (1); Niedermayer (3); David Nixon (2); Mr. Noel (1); Mike Noffman (1); Nolan (1); Nouvel Observateur (1), and Nkjyo, 1955-1979. f.20 O'Brien (2); Ocular (1); Ohio State University (2); Ohio University (1); Inge Oswald (1); Panel of Photographers Fellowship (1); Parks (1); Pasachoff (1); Patchwork Picture (1); Patterson (2); Norman Pearson (3); Pedlingham (1); Edward S. Peetz (1); Pelaune (1); Stan Perrott (1); Michael Persitz (1); Petr & Eve Petersen (1); Pfäfflin (2); John & Helen Philbrick (1); Phillips Exeter (Myron Williams) (1); Physics Today (1); Plymouth State College (2); Judith Posner (1); Powell (1); Prentice-Hall, Inc. (1); The Print Collector's Newsletter (Jackie Brody) (2); Sylvia Purvius (1), and Pushkar (2). f.21 Bob Raich (1); Georg von Rauch (9); Antonio Raimo (University of Maryland Baltimore County) (5); Randall (1); Random House, Inc. (2); Senator Jennings Randolph (1); Rosser Reeves (1); Hilde Reiss (1); Frau Renger-Patzch (6); Renger-Patzch Archiv (1); Rhodes (1); Inge Richter (1); Rinker (1); Charles Robertson (Pratt Institute) (2); Roetger (1); Roger (1); Rogers (1); Rohlfs (1); Rosenblum (1); Rosenthal (1); Roy (1); Royal Society, London (1); Peter Rummell (1), and Ruprecht (1). BOX 29 f.1 St. Louis Museum of Art (1); Saito (5); William Saltonstall (Phillips Exeter) (1); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (1); Safranski (1); Sauerländer (1); Schiller National Museum (3); Schmoll (1); Schocken (4); Schocken Books (2); Willi Schroth (1); George Schroyer (1); Scientific American (2); Scott Foresman & Co. (1); Charles Scribner's Sons (2); Seattle Friends of the Crafts (1); Sergeant (2), and Shirley Sharkey (secretary to Buckminster Fuller) (1). f.2 Sharp (1); Shearer (1); Brent Sikkema (1); Silverman (1); Ann Snitow (2); Smithsonian Institution (3); Anneliese Somogyi (2); Sonnabend (1); Southern Illinois University (1); State Senator Harry Spanos (1); Speyer (1); Stadtler (1); Edward Steichen (MOMA) (1); Stephens (1); Stern (1); Senator Adlai Stevenson (1), and Stolper (1). f.3 Steinert, Otto, 1973 (15). f.4 Steinert, Otto, 1974-1976 and undated (19). f.5 Stone (2); Brenda & Bill Stowe (1); Hazel & Paul Strand (1); Robert Strauss (Chair, National Democratic Committee) (3); Structural Design (both from and to in same letter) (1); Swart (1); Swenson (1); Szebehely (1); Helen Thimig (1); Thomas (1); Thomas Todd Co. (1); Governor Meldrim Thomson (1); Thompson (1); This Week (2); Time (1); André-Marie Trembley (1); Anne Tucker (3); U.S. Customs Service (1); U.S. Govt. Department of the Interior (1); U.S. Postal Service (1); University of Bridgeport (Arthur Mager) (1); University of Maryland (John Toll ) (3); University of Missouri (Jean Tucker) (1); University of New Hampshire (7), and Ullstein Bilder Dienst (4). f.6 WCVB (Betty Levin) (1); WGBH (5); Walker Art Galleries (H.H. Arnason) (1); Walkey (1); Walsh (1); Peter Warfield (1); Jane Watson (1); Mr. Watson (2); Wayside Gardens Co. (1); Tess Hart Weiner (1); Weinhardt (1); Mary and Eric Weinmann (1); Ira Weinstein (1); Wellesley College (1); Mr. White (Jimmy Carter re-election campaign) (1); William Benton Museum of Art (1); Douglas Winnek (1); Winnick (1); Wisdom Magazine (12); Lee Witkin (3); Dr. Wittmer (New Jersey State Academy) (2); Wolf (3); Womens Interart Center (1); "Women of Photography" (1); and Woody Crest Farm (1). f.7 Yankee Magazine (1); U.S. Rep. Sidney Yates (2); Melvin Zabarsky (2); Zabriskie Gallery (1); Gertrud Zenzes (1); Zimmer (1); Zirman (1), Annedore Zuckermann (4), and Ben Zwi (1). f.8 Unidentified correspondents (first names only or unintelligible): Ann & Mike (1); Arnold (both from and to in same letter) (1); Charlie (1); Dennis & Meredith (1); Dorothy (1); Harold (1); John (1); Karl (3); Mathias (1); Phyllis (1), Rayna, Wendell and Alison (1), Roxane (1), Herr Siholken/Liholken(?), and unidentifiable fragments. f.9 Letters written by Erich Reiss for LJ, 1944-1951: Miss Farmel (1); Mrs. Frye (2); Howe (1); Stanley Katcher (1); Paul Mellon (11); Miller (2); Myers (1); Northrop (1); John Powell (1); Probst (2); Eleanor Roosevelt (2); Rushner (1); Sheave? (1); Shook? (1); Thompson (2), and 5 unidentified. f.10 Letters written by John F. Hunter for Lotte Jacobi, 1984-1985: Bock (2); Catskill Center for Photography, Inc. (1); Robert Cooke (1); Gert Heine (2); Prof. Kerbs (1); Pauline Koner (1); Robin Lauersdorf (1); Das Magazin (Manfred Gebhardt) (3); Axel Matthes (1); Elisabeth Moortgat (1); New Hampshire Art Association (1); Jane Vos Higg (1), and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1).

III. Personal Files

BOX 30 f.1 Awards, 1974, University of New Hampshire. f.2 Awards, 1974, UNH commencement photos. f.3 Awards, 1978, New England College. f.4 Awards, 1982, Colby-Sawyer College. f.5 Awards, 1982, New Hampshire College, commencement photos. f.6 Awards, 1982, various awards. f.7 Awards, 1984, Rivier College. BOX 31 f.1 Awards, 1941-1981. f.2 Awards, 1983-1984. *for Awards also see OVSZ BOX 1 f.3 "Berlin - New York," 1982. f.4 Biographical sketches. f.5 Paul Caponigro, speech, 1967. f.6 Curriculum vitae, 1984. f.7 Deering Conservation Commission. f.8 Democratic Party, 1972-1980. f.9 Diary (loose leaves), 1935-1976. f.10 Direction [exiled German writers], December 1939. f.11 Editorials, 1970-1983. f.12 Eightieth-birthday guest register. f.13 "Albert Einstein Birthday Centennial," portfolio, 1978-1979. f.14 "The Farmer Feeds Us All," speech. f.15 Gifts. f.16 Gifts, Channel 2 [WGBH] Auction, 1981-1986. f.17 Gifts, University of New Hampshire photo archive, 1981. f.18 Honig, Kaufmann Siegbert, legal papers, 1924-1926. f.19 Honorary degrees, 1974-1984. f.20 Jacobi family information, 1898-1935. f.21 Lotte Jacobi, newsclippings, 1979-1980. f.22 Lotte Jacobi, galley proofs, 1978. f.23 Lotte Jacobi, proof, first draft. f.24 Lotte Jacobi, proof, second draft. f.25 Lotte Jacobi, miscellaneous, 1979. f.26 "Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," guest register, 1979. BOX 32 f.1 "Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," newsclippings, 1979-1984. f.2 "Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," miscellaneous, 1978-1984. f.3 "Lotte Jacobi: Theater and Dance Photographs," 1982-1984. f.4 Kisch, Egon Erwin (1885-1948), German postage stamp, 1985. f.5 Lectures, conferences, and workshops, 1965-1979. f.6 Lectures, conferences, and workshops, 1980-1983. f.7 Miscellaneous lectures and speeches. f.8 Legal documents, 1931-1979. f.9 "Light Pictures." f.10 Memberships, various groups and organizations, 1931-1984. f.11 Miscellaneous, 1937-1983. f.12 Miscellaneous. f.13 New Hampshire Commission for the Arts, 1976. f.14 "New Hampshire Perspectives." f.15 Notes, miscellaneous. f.16 Peru trip, 1977. f.17 "Photogenics, portfolio," aperture [10:1], 1962. f.17 "The Photographics Workshop." f.18 Political, newspaper clippings, 1976-1983. f.19 Political, miscellaneous, 1968-1981. f.20 Publications, miscellaneous, 1947-1983. f.21 Radio and television programs, 1964-1980. f.22 "Recollections - Ten Women of Photography," 1979-1980. f.23 Reiss, Erich, exhibit, 1969. f.24 Reiss, Erich, legal documents. f.25 Sketches of Lotte Jacobi (pencil, ink, chalk), 1975-1985. *Sketches and prints by Lotte Jacobi in OVSZ BOX 2 f.26 Soroptimist Club of New York City, 1938-1939. f.27 Staatliche Hohere Fachschule fur Phototechnik in Munchen, 1927. f.28 "Thoughts on Photography." f.29 United States citizenship information. f.30 United States, passports, 1961-1980. f.31 University of New Hampshire, class, 1961-1962.

IV. Daybooks

BOX 33 f.1 Daybooks, 1932 and 1936. f.2 Daybooks, 1936-1937. f.3 Daybooks, 1938-1939. f.4 Daybooks, 1940-1941. f.5 Daybooks, 1942-1943. f.6 Daybooks, 1944-1945. BOX 34 f.1 Daybooks, 1946-1947. f.2 Daybooks, 1948-1949. f.3 Daybooks, 1950-1951. f.4 Daybooks, 1952-1953. BOX 35 f.1 Daybooks, 1954-1955. f.2 Daybooks, 1956-1957. f.3 Daybooks, 1958-1959. f.4 Daybooks, 1960-1961. f.5 Daybooks, 1962-1963. f.6 Daybooks, 1964-1965. BOX 36 f.1 Daybook, 1966. f.2 Daybook, 1967. f.3 Daybooks, 1968-1969. f.4 Daybooks, 1970-1971. f.5 Daybooks, 1972-1973. f.6 Daybooks, 1974-1975. f.7 Daybook, 1975. f.8 Daybook, 1976. f.9 Daybook, 1977. f.10 Daybooks, 1978-1979. BOX 37 f.1 Daybooks, 1980-1981. f.2 Daybooks, 1981-1982. f.3 Daybooks, 1983-1984. f.4 Daybook, 1984. f.5 Daybook, 1985. f.6 Daybook, 1985. f.7 Daybooks, miscellaneous

V. Ledgers and Account Books

BOX 38 f.1 Ledgers and account books, 1935-1939. f.2 Ledgers and account books, 1935 and 1940. f.3 Ledgers and account books, 1940-1946. f.4 Ledgers and account books, 1947-1951. f.5 Ledgers and account books, 1952-1970.

VI. Lotte Jacobi Exhibits

BOX 39 f.1 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1930-1934. f.2 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1936-1939. f.3 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1940-1949. f.4 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1950-1959. f.5 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1960. f.6 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1961. f.7 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1962. f.8 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1964. f.9 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1965. f.10 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1966-1967. f.11 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1968, "Light 7". f.12 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1968-1969. f.13 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1970, "Fotografinnen". f.14 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1970-1972. f.15 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1971, "Art in New Hampshire". f.16 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1973. f.17 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1973-1974, "Menschen von gestern und heute, Fotografische Portraits, Skizzen und Dokumentationen von Lotte Jacobi". f.18 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1974. BOX 40 f.1 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1974. f.2 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1975-1976, "Women of Photography: An Historical Survey". f.3 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1975. f.4 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1975. f.5 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1976, "Recent New Hampshire Art". f.6 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1976, "W.H. Auden, 1907-1973". f.7 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1976. f.8 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1976. f.9 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1977. f.10 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1977. f.11 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1977-1978, "Jacobi Place, Portrait of a Photographer". f.12 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1978, "14 New England Photographers". f.13 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1978, "Lotte Jacobi: Portraits and Photogenics". f.14 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1978, "Tusen och en bild". f.15 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1978. f.16 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1978. f.17 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1979, "Einstein, A Centenary Exhibition". f.18 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1979. BOX 41 f.1 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1979. f.2 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980-1982, "Avant-Garde Photography in Germany, 1919-1939". f.3 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980, "Fine 19th and 20th Century Photographs". f.4 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980, "light abstractions". f.5 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980-1981, "Photography of the Fifties". f.6 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980. f.7 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1980. f.8 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1981, "Lotte Jacobi Retrospective". f.9 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1981. f.10 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1981. f.11 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1982, "Berlinfotografisch, Fotografie in Berlin, 1860-1982." f.12 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1982. f.13 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1982. BOX 42 f.1 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983, "Die Fotografische Sammulung". f.2 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983, "Figure Della Danza (1859-1982)". f.3 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983, "German and Austrian Contributions to World Literature (1890-1970)". f.4 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983, "Printed by Women". f.5 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983. f.6 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1983. f.7 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1984, "Twentieth-Century Photographs from Hawaii Collections". f.8 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1984. f.9 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1985, "Kunstler und Politiker der Weimarer Jahre Pressezeichnung und Portraitfotografie.". f.10 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1985. f.11 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1985, "Sonia and Kaye Marvins Portrait Collection". f.12 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1970-1983, New Hampshire Art Association. f.13 Jacobi's Exhibits, 1982-1984, New Hampshire Art Association. f.14 Jacobi's Exhibits, miscellaneous not dated.

VII. Dust Jackets and Programs with Photos Taken by Lotte Jacobi

BOX 43 f.1 Scrapbook of book jackets. f.2 Book jackets and programs. f.3 Book jackets and programs. f.4 Book jackets and programs. f.5 Book jackets and programs.

VIII. Biographical materials about Lotte Jacobi

BOX 44 f.1 Bacon, Richard M., "Lotte Jacobi," Yankee Magazine, August 1976. f.2 Beck, Tom, "`I Remember Einstein'," University of Maryland Magazine, Spring 1979. f.3 Carlson, Martha, "Lotte Jacobi: Still Unpredictable at 89," Business New Hampshire, November 1985. f.4 Deschin, Jacob, "Lotte Jacobi: Photographic Psychedelics," Popular Photography, July 1967. f.5 Dorfman, Elsa, "An Interview with Lotte Jacobi," New Boston Review, Fall 1977. f.6 Fardelmann, Charlotte, "An Eye for the Image, An Evening with Lotte Jacobi," Women for Women Weekly, April 1980. Fuhrmann, Ernst, "The non-objective photographic art of Lotte Jacobi," 1948. f.7 Goldberg, Ellen S. "Lotte Jacobi: Photographer," senior project, Skidmore College, November 1982. f.8 Goldberg, Vicki, "Lotte Jacobi," American Photographer, March 1979. f.9 Hunter, Beatrice Trum, "Some Vignettes of Lotte Jacobi," unpublished typed manuscript, 2000. f.10 Karanikas, Alexander, "Lotte Jacobi's Place," New Hampshire Profiles, April 1972. f.11 Karasek, Hellmuth, "Lotte Jacobi or Critical Innocence," 1978. f.12 Katz, Leo, "Photogenics and Lotte Jacobi," not dated. f.13 Kempe, Fritz, "Lotte Jacobi und ihre Photogenics," Moderne Fototechnik, December 1973. f.14 Kempe, Fritz, "Portraits - come what may," Leica Fotografie, 1982. f.15 Kramer, Frederick C., "Home Portraiture Journalistic Style," August 1965. f.16 Larue, Alan, "Lotte Jacobi: The Soul Perceived," Decade, January 1979. f.17 Levine, V.A., taped interview (2 cassettes), 1975. f.18 McDonald, D., taped interview,(7.5IPS reel), June 30, 1964. f.19 Mitchell, Margaretta, "The Woman's Eye: Four Great Photographers," 50 Plus, December 1981. f.20 New York Times Magazine, "Lotte Jacobi: Born with a Photographer's Eye," September 1979. f.21 Parson, Ann, "Lotte Jacobi," July 1977. f.22 Parson, Ann, "Lotte Jacobi, Camera Artist," New England [Boston Globe], October 16, 1977. f.23 "Women in Photography," Pentax Photography 1978, 2. f.24 Pfanner, Helmut and Gary Samson, "Lotte Jacobi: German Photographer and Portraitist in Exile," The Germanic Review, Vol. LXII No. 3 [Summer 1987]. f.25 Phillips, Sandra S., Center Quarterly, Vol. 3 No. 1. f.26 Shigemori, H., "The Photo Work of Lotte Jacobi," Ideas, December 1964. f.27 Warnock, Phyllis K., "Home of the Month," New Hampshire Profiles, October 1963. f.28 Wheeler, Susan, "What Chance Did She Have!" f.29 Wise, Kelly, "Gentle Persuasions and a Benign Predator's Eye," 1978. f.30 Newspaper clippings, 1937-1948: "New York Enchanting to Artist With Camera, Says Lotte Jacobi," New York Herald Tribune, Nov. 1, 1937; "Camera: The Fourth Generation," Dexter Teed, New York Post, August 3, 1943; "Lotte Jacobi," notice of exhibit at Norlyst Gallery, Aufbau, October 15, 1948. f.31 Newspaper clippings, 1960-1968: "Woman Photographer Found Career in Cardboard Box," Manchester Union Leader, March 9, 1960; "Career in Review: Work of Lotte Jacobi On View at Gallery," Jacob Deschin, New York Times, June 28, 1964; "Center for Study: Photography Archives Will Open Tuesday," Jacob Deschin, New York Times, August 30, 1964 (1932 Jacobi photo of Henri Barbusse accompanies article); "Two artists using film as their canvas," Jane H. Kay, Christian Science Monitor, April 27, 1966; "Lotte Jacobi - schöpfersische Fotografin," In Camera, April 1967; "Lotte Jacobi -- Photographer Of The Greats," Concord Daily Monitor, November 22, 1968. f.32 Newspaper clippings, 1971-1975: "The last Jacobi: a life for art," Hillsborough Messenger, July 21, 1971; "Porträts einer Epoche: Die Fotografin Lotte Jacobi," Dr. Karl Steinorth, Streiflichter, 1974; "Lotte Jacobi stellt aus," Aufbau, March 18, 1974; "Lotte Jacobi: An era of giants through a lens," New Hampshire Times, May 15, 1974; "Menschen von gestern und heute," NZ (National-Zeitung Basel), June 14, 1974; "Photographer of Luminaries Leads Productive Life," Lakes Region Trader, July 31, 1974; "Lotte Jacobi: Menschen von gestern und heute," Georg Ramseger, n.d.; "The photographs of Lotte Jacobi," R.T. Lincoln, Publick Occurrences, April 18, 1975; "A Portrait of a Photographer," Robert J. Salgado, and "Lotte Jacobi: 'She Got It,' The Sunday Bulletin, [Philadelphia], October 26, 1975. f.33 Newspaper clippings, 1976-1977: "Article Subject," [notice of interview by Richard Bacon that appeared in Yankee Magazine (see f.1 this box), Concord Monitor, August 16, 1976; "ARTS...et cetera," column by Curtiss Howard, n.p., January 13, 1977; "Gray Areas: The Photogrpaher's Use of White," Carter Ratcliff, The Print Collector's Newsletter, Vol. VIII, No.1, March-April 1977 (p.9 on Jacobi only); "People of Yesterday and Today, Photographic Portraits, Sketches and Documentation of Lotte Jacobi," Otto Steinert, July 20, 1977; "Another View: The Artist Behind The Camera," David Olinger, Concord Monitor, 1977(?). f.34 Newspaper clippings, 1978-1979: "Prof. Otto Steinert - Fotografie als Passion," (mentions Lotte), NRZ, March 9, 1978; "Beautiful, sad, compelling: the Bafford Photo Collection," by Tom Beck, (includes photogenic by Lotte), University of Maryland Magazine, Summer 1978; "New Hampshire's Lotte Jacobi on camera's eye," by Lynne Smith, The Keene Sentinel, October 26, 1978; "Lotte Jacobi Was Destined to Become Photographer," Valley News, February 28, 1979; "Epoche in Porträts," Der Abend (Berlin), June 20, 1979; "Lotte Jacobi creates a poster for Monadnock Music's 1979 season," by Lael Wertenbaker, Monadnock Living, July 2, 1979; "Lotte Jacobi - The Photographer and Woman," by Wendy Larson, Women For Women Weekly, October 9, 1979; Untitled article, ARTnews, October 1979. f.35 Newspaper clippings, 1980-1981: "Patt Franklin Enriches Community Understanding," by Iris Bley, University Free Press, March 17, 1980; "Lotte Jacobi: A Picture of Perfect Art," by Lori L. Solomon, 1590 Broadcaster, August 6, 1980; "A Photographer loves N.H.," Boston Sunday Globe, December 28, 1980; "After 50 Years Behind a Camera's lens Lotte Jacobi Is Back in Style" by Maria Lenhart, Christian Science Monitor, 1980(?); "Hot Shots: Lotte Jacobi" by Joel D. Levinson, Darkroom Photography, Vol. II no. 8, 1980; "Famous Photographer Lotte Jacobi Focuses on New Job," by Maureen Boyle, Union Leader, Manchester NH, January 29, 1981; "Photographing the famous," Maine Sunday Telegram, by Lynn Franklin, February 8, 1981; "Lotte Jacobi: absorbed in a career of extraordinary images," The Christian Science Monitor, February 24, 1981; "Interest, slow in coming, focuses on photographer Lotte Jacobi," The Sun, March 1, 1981; "Menschen, keine Masken: Ein Gespraech mit der Photographin Lotte Jacobi," Feuilleton, Easter April 18-20, 1981; "Lotte Jacobi: On Photography And Politics," by John Seldenberg, The Messenger, November 18, 1981; "Wie ein Panther vor dem Spring: Fotomuseum: Bilder der Porträtistin Lotte Jacobi," AZ feuilleton, Easter 1981. f.36 Newspaper clippings, 1982: "VIEWS/News" (includes photograph of Lotte), Views, Vol. 3 #3, Spring 1982; "'Glass House Annals' by Media Services: A chronicle of early women photographers," by Suzanne M. Harding, Loyola World, December 1982; Untitled piece (includes Lotte's photograph of Claire Bauroff), The Photo, Vol. 6, 1982; Untitled essay about Lotte (1p.) by Cornell Capa, August 1982. f.37 Newspaper clippings, 1983: "Lotte Jacobi and the scrapbook of her mind" by Michael Elkin, Jewish Exponent, February 25, 1983; "Lotte Jacobi and the art of teaching" by Gail Smuda, Supplement, New Hampshire Times, March 28, 1983; "Lotte Jacobi Isn't Slowing Down" by Virginia Wegener, New Hampshire Sunday News, Manchester (N.H.), May 15, 1983; "Lotte Jacobi: She shot the giants" by Maralyn Lois Polak, partial interview, Sunday Inquirer, September 18, 1983; "Break the rules, advises veteran photographer, 87" by Bonnie J. Schupp, "Sight and Sound" section, The Evening Sun, November 22, 1983; "The Local Connection: New Hampshire Helped Shape The Lives Of Some Famous Artists" by Sharon Voas, Concord Monitor, December 30, 1983; Excerpt mentioning Lotte from Exiled in Paradise by Anthony Heilbut, Viking Press, 1983. f.38 Newspaper clippings, 1984-1986: "Don't Retire!" by Joy Clough, Journal for Constructive Change, Vol. 5, #2, Spring 1984; "Jacobi's portraits show perspective, design" by Kelly Wise, "Arts & Films," Boston Globe, May 1986; "Chronisten einer vergessenen Generation" by S.B., zitty, June 1986. f.39 Miscellaneous, undated and many unidentified: "Lensless Photography," exhibit booklet, Franklin Institute Science Museum, n.d.; "Lotte Jacobi," unidentified essay (1p.), n.d.; "Lotte Jacobi, Deering," unidentified notes for exhibit (?), n.d.; "Photographer's Photographs," one-page partial and unidentified article, n.d.; Excerpt from published interview with Henry Holmes Smith that mentions Lotte, n.d.; "Four Generations of Photographers" by Prinz Hubertus zu Loewenstein, n.d.; "Excerpt from published book unidentified that mentions Lotte, n.d.; "People of Yesterday and Today, Photographic Portraits, Sketches and Documentation of Lotte Jacobi" by Otto Steinert, 1p., n.d.

IX. Exhibits at Jacobi Gallery and Jacobi Place

BOX 45 f.1 Benno, Benjamin and Guteman, Ernest, 1953. f.2 Cook, Chris, 1964. f.3 Detre, Roland. f.4 Flaherty, Frances Hubbard and Robert, 1963-1968. f.5 Guteman, Ernest, 1954. f.6 Herrick, John, 1963. f.7 Jacoby, Ruth. f.8 Katz, Leo (folder 1 of 2). f.9 Katz, Leo (folder 2 of 2). f.10 Kreutz, Heinz, 1968. f.11 Kuttner, f.G., 1953. f.12 Lewen, Si, 1953. f.13 Manahan, William H. f.14 Mohrhardt, Gret and Richter, Inge, 1966-1968. f.15 Molzahn, Johannes, 1953. f.16 Mueller, Robert, 1953. f.17 Nevelson, Louise, 1965. f.18 Renger-Patzsch, Albert, 1965. f.19 Roy, L.M.A., 1964. f.20 Saito, Kiyoshi. f.21 Scharl, Joseph, 1953. f.22 Schmidt, Hans, 1966. f.23 Stern, Louis Lionel. f.24 Thompson. Luther, 1968. f.25 Tsuda. f.26 Waugh, Coulton, 1953. f.27 White, Minor, 1966. f.28 Willard, Howard. f.29 Wolf, Gustav (folder 1 of 2). f.30 Wolf, Gustav (folder 2 of 2). BOX 46 f.1 Exhibit guest book. f.2 Exhibit guest book. f.3 Exhibit guest book. *Scrapbook of exhibits at Jacobi Gallery in OVSZ BOX 3. f.4 "Some recent comments on the Lotte Jacobi Gallery," 1953. f.5 Miscellaneous exhibits, 1953-1955. f.6 Lotte Jacobi Studio (folder 1 of 3). f.7 Lotte Jacobi Studio (folder 2 of 3). f.8 Lotte Jacobi Studio (folder 3 of 3).

X. Written Works Inscribed to Lotte Jacobi

BOX 47 f.1 Anderson, Roy R., "Changing Perceptions in the Corporate World," draft of a chapter in What I Have Learned, edited by Michael Marien, 1984. f.2 Bernheimer, Alan W., "The Poetry of Photography," unpublished essay, 1977. f.3 Birnbaum, Milton, "Highlights of the QEAS [Quantum Electronics Application Society] - IEEE China Study Group," 1983. f.4 Brand, Millen, poems: "All Power to the People" (May 15, 1970); "Anger"; "August 6, 1978. Sunday"; "Blue Memory"; "The Chipmunk"; "Clausa Germanis Gallia"; "Disconnected (Winter, 1968)"; "Ed's Dry Farm and Ed"; "The Enemy"; "For Daniel, Unborn"; "Giagnocavo At Church"; "Grief" (1970); "Herbert Berky's Walk"; "Hushed Dialog"; "In Celebration of Everyday Life" [printed in Organic Gardening and Farming, June 1976]; "Jim Fromm Tells of the Six Scenes of the Putz". f.5 Brand, Millen, poems: "Lives"; "Lotte Jacobi" and "A Photographer's Childhood: Lotte Jacobi" [two versions of the same poem]; "The Next Generation"; "Notation" [two versions]; "Our Friend, Papanahoal" [printed in Liberation, March 1959]; "The Paper Cranes"; "Small Girl on the 77th Street Subway Platform"; "The Story of a Commune"; "Suite: Guitar"; "Sunday Dialectic"; "The Trip"; "Unnoticed"; "Window East" (7/3/67); "Winkleman's Baby". f.6 Brown, Robert Morgan, four poems, 1956-1964. f.7 Dore, Wade Van, "Native to the Grain," Yankee, August 1970, pp. 172-175. f.8 Fern, Alan, "Remarks Toward An Ideal Museum of Photography," [from 100 Years of Photographic History; Essays in Honor of B. Newhall, U. of New Mexico Press, 1975, pp. 48-52. f.9 Graf, Heinrich, printed essay in German, Summer 1950; two printed articles about Graf - Bayern-Journal, n.d. and München Mosaik, July/Aug. 1982. f.10 Gross, Fritz, typed poems, all a part of a cycle ["Zyklus"]: "Nietzsche/Maler/Qualen/Karl Kraus/Toller"; "Erasmus Stirbt"; handmade booklet: "Dirigenten: Kleiber/Klemperer/Lehar/Stravinsky/ Walter"; handmade booklet: "Theater; Fledermaus/Kaufmann von Berlin/Letzte Nacht/Neues vom Tag/Revisor"; handmade booklet: "Lotte" [on cover]/"Disput" [on title page]: "Disput/Granach/ Hildebrandt/Slezak/Winter". f.11 Grossman, Henryk, "The Evolutionist Revolt Against Classical Economics, Part I: In France - Condorcet, Saint-Simon, Simonde De Sismondi." The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. LI Number 5, October 1943, pp. 381-396. f.12 Kantor, Jayne, review of "Elsa' Housebook" by Elsa Dorfman, Godine, 1974. f.13 Karanikas, Alexander, poem "Portrait: For Lotte Jacobi", Sept. 12, 1979 [7 copies]. f.14 Kempe, Fritz, "A Historical Sketch of Photography in Hamburg," [from 100 Years of Photographic History; Essays in Honor of Beaumont Newhall, U. of New Mexico Press, 1975, pp. 92-102. f.15 King, B.A. (Tony), photocopies of credit pages of "New England Images" calendars, 1980-1985; reprint of King's commencement address to the Bancroft School, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1982. f.16 Kowski, Erwin, two issues of Der Westpreusse, 8 and 22 January, 1983. The latter has an article on Kowski [in German] on page 6. The former has Kowski's drawing of his wife on cover page. f.17 LaVilla - Havelin, Jim, poem: "Three Portraits" (the third of which is "Jacobi's Robert Frost", Nov. 1980. f.18 McGinn, Jack, cartoon illustration of Jacobi on the floor of the Wall Street Stock Exchange, May 19, 1938; newspaper clipping of a photo taken by Jacobi of the floor of the Exchange from the New York Herald Tribune, Sunday, Nov. 27, 1938. f.19 Metzig, Erica, Steven Rosenberg and Mark Ast, "Asymmetry in Face Orientation", reprint from Perceptual and Motor Skills, pp. 83-91, 1974. f.20 Moriarty, Peter, "Private Relationships and Public Photographs: A Study of Stieglitz, Callahan and Gowin". f.21 Mueller, Robert E., "La silografia come azione sociale (Woodcut as social action)", Print Collector, no. 40, Jan-Feb. 1979; "Will Computers Photograph the Human Mind?", 1981. f.22 Nearing, Helen, article about the Nearings by Christopher Fahy, n.d. f.23 Niles, George L., unpublished poems, Christmas 1979. f.24 Pitcher, Oliver, The Dust of Silence, Troubadour Press, 1958. f.25 Pratt, Charles W., poem: "Relativity," typed version and printed as appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Jan. 1983. f.26 Robinson, Gary P., "The Nut is Still in the Shell," promotional brochure, [1978]. f.27 Sarton, May, "A Portrait of Lotte Jacobi," typed mss. with inked corrections, Nov. 15, 1972. f.28 Sarton, May, poems: "The Frog, That Naked Creature" (1958); "Frogs and Photographers" (1960); "A Flower-Arranging Summer" (Christmas 1960); "Easter, 1968"; "The Muse as Donkey" (June-July 1968); "The Death of a Poet" (Feb. 1970); "A Christmas Elegy" (Dec. 9, 1970); "The Consummation" (Nov. 1971); Christmas, 1974"; "The War as Language", undated; and a copy of Sarton's commencement address at Clark University, Worcester, MA, reprinted in "Report from Clark", summer 1975. f.29 Sawyer, Charles, typed essay: "Three Peaches: One Sweet, Two Sour", undated. f.30 Schiller, Joseph and Tetty, offprint of "La Bibliothèque et les lectures de Claude Bernard", December 8, 1965 [in French]. f.31 Schwartz, Thomas M., poems, "America, The Way It Is", 1975? f.32 Sheldon, Don, two poems: "Stonesounds", 1978, and "Afterwards", undated. f.33 Snitow, Virginia L., "The Survivor", undated. f.34 Teltscher, Henry .O. [& W. G. Eliasberg], "How Long Was Roosevelt Ill Before His Death?", reprint from Diseases of the Nervous System, pp. 3-7, November 1953. f.35 Wald, Dr. George, "A generation in search of a future", reprint from The Boston Globe, Saturday, March 8, 1969. f.36 Wynner, Edith, "Macaroni and Blue Paint: Some Thoughts on United Nations Policing", 1957. f.37 Ziffrin, Marilyn J., "Carl Ruggles: Music Critic", reprinted from The American Music Teacher, Feb/March 1983, pp. 42-46. f.38 Signature illegible, "Mémorial Du Martyr Juif Inconnu," Paris 1956.

XI. Photographs

a. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi

BOX 48 f.1 Photo album, 1897-1919. f.2 Loose photos from album, 1897-1919. BOX 49 f.1 Lotte as a baby and child. f.2 Lotte as a young girl (folder 1 of 2). f.3 Lotte as a young girl (folder 2 of 2). *also see OVSZ BOX 4. f.3 Lotte as a young woman. f.4 Lotte's wedding, 1916. f.5 Lotte with her son John. f.6 Photo album, 1920-1921. f.7 Lotte at a masquerade party, 1926. f.8 Lotte in Russia, 1932-1933. f.9 Pre-1935, miscellaneous. f.10 Pre-1935, miscellaneous. f.11 Pre-1935, miscellaneous. f.12 Pre-1935, miscellaneous. BOX 50 f.1 1955, taken by Frank Bauer. f.2 1955 (?), Robert M. Lewis. f.3 1956. f.4 1961. f.5 1962. f.6 1963. f.7 1964. f.8 1966. f.9 1967. f.10 1968. f.11 1969. f.12 1970. f.13 1971. f.14 1972. f.15 1973. f.16 1974. f.17 1974 with Ute Eskildsen and Timm. BOX 51 f.1 1974, University of New Hampshire commencement. f.2 1975. f.3 1976. f.4 1977. f.5 1978. f.6 1979. f.7 1979. f.8 1979, exhibit of "Recollections - Ten Women of Photography." f.9 1979, eightieth-birthday party. BOX 52 f.1 1980. f.2 1980, St. Louis, Missouri. f.3 1981. f.4 1981. f.5 1981, Schiller National Museum exhibit. f.6 1982, taken by Diana J.M. Davies. f.7 1982. f.8 1982. f.9 1983. f.10 1983. f.11 1983. BOX 53 f.1 1983. f.2 1984. f.3 1984. f.4 1984. f.5 1985. f.6 Lotte with various politicians, 1968-1985. f.7 Miscellaneous, not dated (1935-1950s). f.8 Miscellaneous, not dated (1950s-1960s). f.9 Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s). BOX 54 f.1 Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s). f.2 Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s). f.3 Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s). f.4 Miscellaneous, not dated (1980s). f.5 Taken by Jack Adams, not dated. f.6 e.1 Taken by Frank H. Bauer e.2 Taken by Elaine Blatt. e.3 Taken by Robert Brown. e.4 Taken by Irma Commanday. e.5 Taken by Irma Commanday. e.6 Taken by Philip Condax. e.7 Taken by Christopher Cook. e.8 Taken by Christopher Cook. e.9 Taken by John M. Carton. e.10 Taken by Annette Cottrell. f.7 e.1 Taken by Joyce Creamer. e.2 Taken by Joyce Creamer. e.3 Taken by Joyce Creamer. f.8 e.1 Taken by Richard Dempsey - Barbara Flaherty. f.9 e.1 Garrett - Greenhauer, Rita. f.10 e.1 Taken by John Huizinga - L.R. MacLellan. f.11 e.1 Taken by Fred R. Melone. e.2 Taken by Margaretta Mitchell. e.3 Taken by Jamie Parker. e.4 Taken by Fritz Reinhart e.5 Taken by Reinhold. e.6 Taken by Reinhold. e.7 Taken by Paul Rich. e.8 Taken by M. Rinaldini. f.12 e.1 Taken by Gary Samson - Byron Shoemaker. f.13 e.1 Taken by Dan Talbert - Hope Zanes. *also see OVSZ BOX 4

b. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi's Home

BOX 55 f.1 Taken by Ute Eskildsen - photos of Lotte's home in Deering, NH. f.2 Lotte's home in Deering, NH. f.3 Lotte's Home in Deering, NH. f.4 Plants and wildflowers around Lotte's home. f.5 Plants and wildflowers around Lotte's home. f.6 Lotte's car.

c. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi's Exhibits

BOX 56 f.1 1947, Norlyst Gallery (New York). f.2 1957, Sharon. f.3 1960, University of New Hampshire. f.4 1963, Gallery 303 (photos by Frank Bauer). f.5 1967, New York. f.6 1972, Manchester (NH) Institute of the Arts (photos by Peter Moriarty). f.7 1973, Essen, Germany. f.8 1974, Photos by Nina Howell Starr. f.9 1977, Hamburg, Germany. f.10 1979, Photos by William Roy. f.11 1980, Photos by Nina Howell Starr. f.12 1981, Munich, Photos by Werner Hiebel. f.13 1981, Munich (photos by Fritz Kempe). f.14 1982, Northeastern University (photos by Ethel Stevens). f.15 1982, (photos by Jon Reis). f.16 Not dated, New Hampshire Art Association. f.17 Not dated, "Portraits and Photogenics". f.18 Not dated, Rotary International (1968 or 1974). f.19 Unidentified. f.20 Unidentified. f.21 Unidentified. f.22 Unidentified. f.23 Unidentified. BOX 57 f.1 Jacobi Studio (photos by Frank H. Bauer). f.2 Jacobi Studio (photos by Frank H. Bauer). *also see OVSZ BOX 3

d. Photographs of Other People

BOX 58 f.1 "Bemchen" (the Jacobi family's cook and maid). f.2 Fuhrmann, Ernst; Fuhrmann and friend, Kandor. f.3 Gross, Fritz and son, Peter. f.4 Jacobi, Alexander (Lotte's grandfather). f.5 Jacobi, Alexander (Lotte's brother). f.6 Jacobi, Atelier (Lotte's father). f.7 Jacobi, Atelier (Lotte's father) and Marie (Lotte's mother). f.8 Jacobi, Marie (Lotte's mother). f.9 Jacobi, Ruth (Lotte's sister). *Jacobi, Samuel (Lotte's great-grandfather), see OVSZ BOX 5. f.10 Jacobi family album. f.11 Nearing, Scott, 1920-1950. f.12 Sarton, May, 1983. f.13 Various relatives (folder 1 of 4). f.14 Various relatives (folder 2 of 4). f.15 Various relatives (folder 3 of 4). f.16 Various relatives (folder 4 of 4). f.17 Miscellaneous (unidentified).

e. Work by Other Photographers

BOX 59 f.1 Bauer, Frank H. (photos of relatives and friends, 1970s). f.2 Bauer, Frank H. (Leisure Village, 1970s). f.3 Bauer, Frank H. ("Mastadon," 1971 exhibit of Leo Katz). f.4 Bauer, Frank H. f.5 Bauer, Frank H. f.6 Beck, Tim - Brown, Robert M. f.7 Carton, John - Cooke. f.8 Egone, Egon - Eskildsen, Ute. f.9 Finney, Bill - Fowle, Steve. f.10 Fenn, Gene. f.11 Frajndlich, Abe, 16 b&w prints, 1970-1976. e.1-9 Of Minor White, all 3x5, one matted (e.9), one a photo-postcard, dated July 26, 1976 (e.8). e.10-15 Self-portraits, five 3x5 and one 5x7 (e.15). e.16 "[F]rom Mishima material," 3x5. f.12 Gerngross - Glynn, Michael. f.13 Gravenhorst, Hein. BOX 60 f.1 Hartwett, Lon - Olivia, Henry. f.2 Haberman, Jim. f.3 Hunting. f.4 Jacobi, Atelier. f.5 Jacobi, Franz. f.6 Kanaga - Kunst. f.7 Lambert - Lazarus. f.8 LeRoy, A. f.9 Mannaque - Moriarty, Peter. f.10 MacLean, Esther Titcomb. f.11 Manahan, W.H., Jr. f.12 Manahan, W.H., Jr. f.13 Manahan, W.H., Jr. f.14 Manahan, W.H., Jr. BOX 61 f.1 Moser, Lida. f.2 Naumenkov (photo of Robert Frost in Russia). f.3 Newman, David. f.4 Palniks - Petrich. f.5 Reinhold - Rottgers. f.6 Sage - Szonji. f.7 Schels, Walter. f.8 Shepard, Beth. f.9 Shepard, Carol Ruth. f.10 Sipprell, Clara. f.11 Valentro. f.12 Wagner - Weymouth. f.13 Unidentified photos of a Pacific island. f.14 Unidentified photos of the USSR. f.15 Unidentified people. f.16 Unidentified places. BOX 62 f.1 Views of Thorn, Germany (folder 1 of 5). f.2 Views of Thorn, Germany (folder 2 of 5). f.3 Views of Thorn, Germany (folder 3 of 5). f.4 Views of Thorn, Germany (folder 4 of 5). f.5 Views of Thorn, Germany (folder 5 of 5). ** also see OVSZ BOXES 5, 6, & 7 ** f.Matted prints of photographs taken by Lotte Jacobi (see OVSZ BOXES 10 & 11).

XII. Miscellaneous

BOX 63
35 copper engravings.

XIII. Oversized Materials

III. PERSONAL FILES

OVERSIZE BOX 1
Awards (plaques, certificates, etc….).
OVERSIZE BOX 2
Approximately 100 sketches (possibly drafts for her photogenics, in which case they would likely date from the early 1950s) and 35 prints likely made from the copper engravings in Box 63 above by Lotte Jacobi, not dated.
OVERSIZE BOX 3
Scrapbook of Jacobi Gallery in New York City.
OVERSIZE BOX 4
2 Scrapbooks containing clippings of and about Lotte’s work.
	XI.  PHOTOGRAPHS

          a. Photographs of Lotte Jacobi

OVERSIZE
BOX 5
f.1      Lotte with pet dog.
f.2      Lotte as a child with Ruth (sister).
f.3      Lotte as a young woman.
f.4      Lotte as a young woman.
f.5      Lotte as a young woman.
f.6      Taken by Armstrong, Martha.
f.7      Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955.
f.8      Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955.
f.9      Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955.
f.10     Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955.
f.11     Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955.
f.12     Taken by Egone, Egon, 1978.
f.13     Taken by Eslick, Hart, 1981.
f.14     Taken by Frajndlich, Abe, 1976.
f.15     Taken by Gilbert, Jon, n.d.
f.16     Taken by Kather, Jan, 1982.
f.17     Taken by Kempe, Fritz, 1980.
f.18     Taken by Levine, B., 1976.
f.19     Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977.
f.20     Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977.
f.21     Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977.
f.22     Taken by Moody, J.D., n.d.
f.23     Taken by Moody, J.D., 1975.
f.24     Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984.
f.25     Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984.
f.26     Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984.
f.27     Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984.
f.28     Moriarty, Peter, 1975-1977.
f.29     Taken by Reeve, Kitty, 1982.
f.30     Taken by Richard, Greg, ca.1971-72.
f.31     Taken by R--, Nancy, n.d.
f.32     Taken by Shepard, Beth, 1976.
f.33     Taken by Spasko, Cynthia, 1980.
f.34     Unidentified.
f.35     Unidentified.
f.36     Unidentified.
f.37     Unidentified.

          c.  Photographs of Lotte Jacobi Exhibits

OVERSIZE
BOX 6
f.1      Photo album of Jacobi Gallery by Frank H. Bauer, 1955.

          d.  Photographs of Other People

f.2      Jacobi, Samuel.
f.3      Jacobi, Samuel.

          e. Work by Other Photographers

f.4      Adams, John P., 1964.
f.5      Asehany, J.
f.6      Bafford, Edward L.
f.7      Bauer, Frank H.
f.8      Bauer, Frank H.
f.9      Bauer, Frank H.
f.10     Bauer, Frank H.
f.11     Bauer, Frank H.
f.12     Bauer, Frank H.
f.13     Bauer, Frank H.
f.14     Bauer, Frank H.
f.15     Bauer, Frank H., portfolio.
f.16     Britanbach, Josef, 1944.
f.17     Bourdeau, Robert.
f.18     Bourdeau, Robert.
f.19     Bourgeois, Ulvie.
f.20     Carey, Bobbi, 1978.
f.21     Charles, Douglas.
f.22     Enos, Chris, 1976.
f.23     Enos, Chris, 1978.
f.24     Enos, Chris, 1979.
f.25     Egone, Egon, 1977.
f.26     Egone, Egon, 1978.
f.27     Fenn, Gene.
f.28     Fenn, Gene, 1955.
f.29     Fenn, Gene, 1955.
f.30     Finn, David.
ff.31-37
	 Frajndlich, Abe, 1973-1976 (mostly of Minor White).
f.38     Frescot, Janet, 1981.
f.39     Frescot, Janet, 1981.
f.40     Gallagher, Carole.

OVERSIZE
BOX 7
f.1      Glynn, Michael, 1982.
f.2      Glynn, Michael, 1982.
f.3      Glynn, Michael, 1982.
f.4      Glynn, Michael, 1982.
f.5      Graham, Anthony, 1966.
f.6      Graham, Anthony, 1968.
f.7      Gravenhorst, Hein.
f.8      Gravenhorst, Hein.
f.9      Gravenhorst, Hein.
f.10     Gravenhorst, Hein.
f.11     Haberman, Jim, 1977.
f.12     Hartwett, Lon.
f.13     Kankas, Martin.
f.14     Kankas, Martin.
f.15     Kankas, Martin.
f.16     Kankas, Martin.
f.17     Kankas, Martin.
f.18     Kankas, Martin.
f.19     King, B.A., 1967.
f.20     Kloke, Al, 1968.
f.21     Lincoln, J.D., 1973.
f.22     Locey, Jean.
f.23     Lyton, Peter, 1975.
f.24     MacEachran, David F.
f.25     MacLean, Esther Titcomb.

OVERSIZE
BOX 8
f.1      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.2      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.3      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.4      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.5      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.6      Manahan, W.H., Jr.
f.7      Marlowe, Martin, 1983.
f.8      Maywald Photo.
f.9      Maywald Photo.
f.10     Mendelsohn, David.
f.11     Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1975.
f.12     Nichols, Ruth A.
f.13     Pettenande.
f.14     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.15     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.16     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.17     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.18     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.19     Powers, A. Merrell.
f.20     Randall, Peter.
f.21     Randall, Peter.
f.22     Rosenberg, J., 1976.
f.23     Roy, William.
f.24     Roy, William.
f.25     Roy, William.
f.26     Seewold, Howard.
f.27     Shepard, Beth, 1977.
f.28     Smith, Frank D., 1983.
f.29     Spenser, Paul.
f.30     Spenser, Paul.
f.31     Spenser, Paul.
f.32     Spenser, Paul.
f.33     Spenser, Paul.
f.34     Spenser, Paul.
f.35     Spenser, Paul.
f.36     Stewart, ?, 1965.
f.37     Sweet, Ozzie.
f.38     Trostel, Rosemaria.
f.39     Trostel, Rosemaria.
f.40     Whiting, Jodi.
f.41     Unidentified.
f.42     Unidentified.
f.43     Unidentified.
f.44     Unidentified.
f.45     Unidentified.
f.46     Unidentified.
f.47     Unidentified.

	XII.  MISCELLANEOUS

OVERSIZE
BOX 9
f.1      Includes posters, awards, calendars, and ephemera.

          f. Matted prints of photographs taken by Lotte Jacobi

OVERSIZE
BOX 10
          Self-portrait.
          Two scenes of New York City, ca. 1952.
          Gardner Museum, ca. 1963.
          Unidentified: street scene.
          Cityscape with dog, Thorn, Germany, ca. 1930.
          New York City, RCA Building, ca. 1948.
          Photogenic.
          Unidentified: polluted stream.
          New Hampshire Governor John W. King.
          Orson Welles, Actor, Director, Writer, New York, 1938.
          Albert Einstein, Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner, Huntington,
           Long Island, New York, 1937.
          Karl Valentin and Liesl Karlstadt, Comedians, Berlin,
           ca. 1930.
          Elizabeth Walmsley, Native American, Deering, New
           Hampshire, 1970.

OVERSIZE
BOX 11
          Self-portrait, Berlin, ca. 1930.
          May Sarton, Poet, Nelson, New Hampshire, 1970.
          Berenice Abbott, Photographer, New York, ca. 1943.
          Abraham Heschel, Rabbi, Writer, Teacher, New York, ca. 1955.
          Henriette Szold, Zionist, Founder of Hadassah, New York,
           ca. 1938.
          Unidentified portrait (female).
          Michols, Siskin, and Granach, Actors, Berlin, ca. 1929.
          Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire, ca. 1962.
          Max Guelstorff, Actor, Berlin, ca. 1931.
          Hamburg, Germany, ca. 1934.
          Unidentified portrait (male).
          Karl Radek, Journalist, Russian Revolutionary, Moscow, 1933.
          Girl in nutmeg factory, Windward Island, Grenada, 1976.
		  Minor White, photogrpaher, 1962.
		  Paul Caponigro, photogrpaher, 1965.

          Unmatted:
          Henri Barbusse, French writer.
          [Dancer in the palm of a hand superimposed on a photogenic].

		 

XIV. Appendix I

LIST OF MAJOR CORRESPONDENTS The correspondence spans the years 1924-1986. This list is comprised of either people or institutions whose correspondence numbers 10 items or more or otherwise notable persons. An asterisk beside a name indicates that the correspondence is in a folder of its own. A (G) after an entry indicates that some or all of the correspondence is in German. *ABBOTT, BERENICE, photographer (11 letters) *ADAMS, JACK, photographer (12) ADAMS, SHERMAN, Governor of N.H. (6) *ADDISON GALLERY OF AMERICAN ART (Phillips, Andover) (19) *ADDISON HOUSE, publishers (30) ADELMAN, SEYMOUR, bibliophile and collector (4) ADLER, DR.ALFRED, psychiatrist (1) *ALEXANDER, GERTIE, relative, importer of American & British books & periodicals in Johannesburg, S.Africa (24) (G) *APERTURE, quarterly magazine of photography - Minor White was editor until 1965 (20) ARNHEIM, RUDOLF, educator, psychologist (1) (G) *BACHNER, RENEE, Lotte's neice; her husband was an opera coach & a pianist;her brother,Ali,a painter (28) (E & G) BAEHNISCH, THEANOLTE, Staatssekretaer, Hannover, Germany (9) (G) BASS, PERKINS, US representative from NH (6) *BAUER, FRANK, photographer (62) (G) *BAUMAN, IRMA & MORDECAI, singer & educator (47) *BECKMANN, HANNES, painter, Dartmouth professor (18) *BEEBE, LUCIE, program director, N.H. Goethe Society of New England (18) (G) *BELL, MARGARET, author (11) *BENDER, ALEXANDER, photographer, associate at Jacobi's studio in Berlin (37) (G) *BENNO, BENJAMIN, painter (10) BERLINISCHE GALERIE, (Berlin, Germany) (8) (G) *BERNAYS, EDWARD, public relations consultant (11) *BERNSTEIN, JOSEPH, translator & proofreader (22) BIKEL, THEODORE, singer (2) *BIRNBAUM, DR. MILTON, researcher, Aerospace Corp., L.A. (16) BLOCH, ERNST, author & philosopher (1) (G) BLOOR, ELLA REEVE ("Mother Bloor"), writer (8) BLUHM, AXEL, German publisher (8) (G) BOGAN, LOUISE, U.S. poet (3) *BOOTH, LOIS, member N.H. League of Craftsmen (21) *BOSTON MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (42) BOURGEOIS, MARION, art teacher (9) *BRADY, LUTHER, professor & chairman of the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia; "Friend" of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (13) *BRAND, MILLEN, author, literary editor (214 letters spanning period from 1942-1979) *BRATTLE STREET GALLERY, (South Berwick, Maine) (43) *BRAUN, DR.WALTER, preparations lawyer, Berlin, Germany (26) (G) BROWN, EDMUND G. JR.(Jerry), former Governor of California; candidate for Democratic nomination for President (1980 - and 1992) (2) *BROWN, ROBERT HENDRY/ JULIE/ ROBERT, SR., photographer (13) BRY, DORIS, art dealer, Lotte's agent after 1980 (4) *BUCKLEY, CHARLES, former director, Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, N.H.; director of the St Louis Museum, St.Louis, Missouri. (20) *CAPONIGRO, ANDREW & PENNY, musician, brother of Paul (11) *CAPONIGRO, PAUL, photographer (32) *CARREY, BOBBI, photographer (14) *CARTER, JIMMY, President of the United States, 1976-1980 (12) *CARTER-MONDALE RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN (1980) (12) *CARTON, JOHN, photographer (13) CASALS, PABLO, musician (1) *CASSIRER, FRED (FRITZ)/ INA/ HENRY/ AMANDA/ COCO, friends (52) (G) *CATE, GARTH & LUCILLE, travel consultants (14) *CATSKILL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY (Woodstock, New York) (33) *CENTRE GEORGES POMPIDOU, PARIS (10) CHAGALL, MARC, painter (2) *CHANNEL 11, NHPTV, Durham (16) *CHANNEL 2, Boston (25) *CHATHAM PRESS, publishers, Connecticut (30) CHOMSKY, NOAM, linguist, author (1) *CLEVELAND, JAMES, U.S. Representative, New Hampshire (12) *COCHRAN, CARL & ELINORE (14) COFFIN, ROBERT P. TRISTRAM, poet (3) *COHN, ERICH & HELEN (17) (G) *COLBY JUNIOR COLLEGE (12) *COLBY-SAWYER COLLEGE (11) *COLRICK, REVEREND JOSEPH P. (16) *COMINOS, NICHOLAS & JOAN, movie producer (11) *COOK, CHRISTOPHER & JULIE, photographer, former professor in Art Department, UNH (15) *COOKE, ROBERT, photographer, art professor & writer (24) *COTTRELL, ANNETTE (12) COTTON, NORRIS, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (6) *COUNTRYMAN PRESS, Vermont (13) *CUNARD WHITE STAR, shipping line (14) *CURRIER GALLERY OF ART, Manchester, N.H. (124) *DAMAN, RUTH (11) (G) D'AMOURS, NORMAN, U.S. Representative from N.H. (2) DAVIS (MERRILL), BETTE, screen actress (1) *DAVIS, DOROTHY SALISBURY, writer (12) *DEAN, HAROLD and MARGARET, architectural designer (27) *DELIMA, LISA (13) *DICKS, BARBARA, relative; editor of children's books at Harper & Row (13) *DICKINSON, BLANCHE ("Blinkie") (44) *DILLON, AUGUSTA/ ANN/ ALAN, printmakers & designers (17) *DNP (AMERICA), INC. (Dai Nippon Printing), publishing house (13) DOEBLIN, PETER, son of Dr.ALFRED DOEBLIN (author of Berlin Alexanderplatz), (1) *DONEGAN,NORA & MARTIN (12) *DOUBLEDAY, publishers (69) *DRAPER, GLADYS, journalist at the Herald Tribune (24) *DRYDEN GALLERIES (Providence, Rhode Island) (11) *DUBOIS, SHIRLEY & W.E.B., author, lecturer; she later became director of Ghana Television (10) DULLES, CLOVER, wife of ALLEN WELSH DULLES, director of CIA, 1953-61; diplomat, lawyer (2) *DURHAM, ELSE & FELIX, psychologist, analyst (24) *DURKIN, JOHN, U.S.Senator, New Hampshire (23) *EDSCHMID, KASIMIR and ILLI, German writer (16) (G) *EINSTEIN, ELSA (wife) (5), MARGOT (daughter) (23), DUKAS, HELEN (Einstein's secretary) (21) (G) EISELEY, LOREN, writer and scientist (5) EISENHOWER, DWIGHT, president of the USA, 1952-1960 (1) *ENOS, CHRIS, photographer (14) *ESKILDSEN, UTE, curator of the photo department, Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany (44) (G) FARB, PETER and ORIOLE, author (2) *FASANELLI, JIM, art professor, wrote introduction to LOTTE JACOBI, edited by Kelly Wise, 1978 (59) FAST, HOWARD, author (7) *FAY, HERBERT and CLAIRE-PIERRE (17) (G) *FERN, ALAN, chief of reference dept. prints & photo., Library of Congress (13) *FINNEY, BILL (and HOPE ZANES) (10) *FLAHERTY, BARBARA, daughter of Robert Flaherty (photographer, film maker) (9) FRANCES photographer, wife of Robert Flaherty (21) MONICA daughter of Robert Flaherty (8) MARTIN (1) + flyer *FRAJNDLICH, ABE, photographer (31) FRANK, WALDO (2) *FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Science Museum, Philadelphia (11) *FRANKLIN, LYNN, photographer (57) *FRANKLIN, PATT, painter (14) *FRASCONI, ANTONIO & LEONA; & PABLO, their son (painter) (21) *FROMMER, MARIE, architect (21) (G) *FUHRMANN, ERNST (& ILSE), German writer, publisher (39) (G) *FUHRMANN, ILSE, wife of Ernst, worked for Lotte (141) (G) FULLER, R. BUCKMINSTER, inventor, writer, scientist (3) *FULLER, SUE, painter (16) *GALERIE TAUBE (Berlin, Germany) (24) (G) *GALLEN, HUGH and IRENE, Governor of New Hampshire, 1978-82 (26) GALLERY OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK (2) GALLERY 303, New York (8) *GARDNER MUSEUM, Boston (17) *GERARD, FRED, relative,photographer (15 total - 1 from Nancy, 1 from Erik) *GERSH, STEPHEN & JUDITH, photographer (16) GILL, BRENDAN, writer for New Yorker Magazine (5) GOETHE HOUSE, New York (7) (G) *GOETHE INSTITUTE, Boston (16 + 2 from Montreal) (G) *GOLDHABER, DR. LULU, psychiatrist (10) (G) *GORDON, GRANT (and AUBREY), actor (22) *GRAF, HEINRICH, German friend (49) (G) *GREENLEAF, ESTHER and ROBERT (13) *GREITHER, PROFESSOR DR. A., specialist on Josef Scharl (29) (G) *GROPPER ART GALLERY, Cambridge, Mass. (38) *GROSS, FRITZ, friend, German book dealer, publisher, writer (20) (G) *GROSSMAN, WALTER, Harvard University Librarian (11) (G) *GUREWITSCH, MRS. MARIA (14) (G) GUTEMAN, ERNEST, sculptor (8) *HAASE, RUDY, founder of Friends of Nature (13) *HABERMAN, JIM, photographer (26) *HALBEY, DR. HANS & MARIANNE, director of Klingspor Museum, Offen- bach; Director of Gutenberg Museum, Mainz, Germany (73) (G) *HAMBURG, STAATLICHE LANDESBILDSTELLE (27) (G) *HANCOCK, MARY LOUISE, former NH State Senator; trustee of UNH; State Planning Director (18) *HARCOURT, BRACE & WORLD INC., publishers (11) *HARDY, LILLIAN (10) HARRIS, CHRIS, publisher Chatham Press, production manager Yale University Press (9) *HARRISON, EDWARD, movie maker (19) *HARTNETT, LEN, photographer, made archival boxes for Lotte's portfolios (23) *HATCH, JOHN /MARYANNA /BECKY, painter; UNH art professor (29) *HEILNER, IRWIN, composer, librarian Julius Forstmann Library, Passaic, N.J. (27) *HERMAN,LISELOTTE (26) (G) *HERREY,ERNA and HERMAN, physicist (11) (G) *HESCHEL, SYLVIA, pianist, wife of scientist & writer Abraham Heschel (24) HICKS, GRANVILLE, author (3) HOLLINGS, ERNEST f.("FRITZ"), Senator from S. Carolina (1) *HOMANS, KATY, publisher Homans Press,helped with Lotte's portfolio (14) HOPPER, MRS.EDWARD, wife of the artist (1) HORNEY, KAREN, psychologist (1) (G) *HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, publishers (12) *HOWELL, DOUGLAS MORSE, curriculum director (educational center) (27) *HUMPHREY, GORDON, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (4) HUMPHREY, HUBERT H., U.S. Senator from Minnesota; Vice-President of the United States under Lyndon B.Johnson; Democratic candidate for President, 1968 (1) *ICP (INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY), NEW YORK (39) *IMP (INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY), ROCHESTER, NEW YORK (36) JACKSON, HENRY M., Senator from Washington State (1) *JACOBI, RUTH, Lotte's sister, photographer (46) (G) *JACOBY, RUTH, relative, painter (54) *JONES, DAN & BETTY, friends (10) *KALCHER, DR. HERTA (14) (G) *KANTOR, JAYNE, photographer (12) *KARANAKIS, ALEX, writer (13) *KARL, FREDERICK, painter, and Isobel, potter (71) *KASSANDER, PAUL and GERDA (31) (G) *KATZ, FANNY, painter (27) *KATZ, LEO, painter (70) KEFAUVER, ESTES, Senator from Tennessee (1) *KEMPE, FRITZ, director of the Hamburg Staatliche Landesbildstelle (32) (G) KENNEDY, EDWARD, US Senator from Massachusetts (3) *KERSHAW, MRS. F.S., friend (17) *KIMMEL-COHN GALLERY, New York, formerly Lotte's agents (18) *KING, JOHN, Governor of NH, later Chief Justice of Supreme Court of NH (12) *KING, RON, director of special projects, Society for the Protection of NH Forests (13) *KIRCHHEIMER, ARNOLD, photographer (51) (G) *KIVA GALLERY, Boston, exhibited Lotte's work (61) *KLEEBLAT, JOSIA & TERESA, former housemaids of Jacobi's in Germany (58) (G) KONER, PAULINE, dancer, subject of one of Lotte's most famous photographs (5) *KORN, KURT & BERTEL, lawyer, friend (24) (G) *KOWAL, DENNIS, sculptor (10) *KOWSKI, ERWIN, painter (12) (G) *KRAUS REPRINT LIMITED, LIECHTENSTEIN, reprints of Erich Reiss publications (31) (G) *KRIPPNER, STANLEY, president of American Psychological Assoc., professor of parapsychology (17) *KROLL, HERBERT, German actor, head of the Broadcasting Corp., Munich (22) (G) *KRUGER, WERNER, German "publicity" writer, friend (25) (G) *KUTTNER, F.S., painter (29) (G) *LADAS, ALICE, bioenergetic analyst, psychologist (14) LAGUARDIA, FIORELLA HENRY, Mayor of New York City (2) LAMB, BEATRICE, lecturer, writer (9) *LASH, MARTHA (& BARRY), director of Archives, Eastman House (31) *LEAGUE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CRAFTSMEN (31) *LENYA, LOTTE,German actress, wife of Kurt Weill (10) (G) *LESLIE, DR. ROBERT, president of "The Typophiles, Inc." (16) *LESSER, RUDI, painter (26) (G) *LEWEN, SI, painter (61) *LIBRARY OF CONGRESS (13) LIFE MAGAZINE (6) *LIMBOSCH, CÉLINE DANGOTTE, former publisher and friend in Brussels, Belgium (15) *LIMES VERLAG, book publisher, Frankfurt, Germany (33) (G) *LITTLE, BROWN, & CO., publishers (24) LORRE, CECILIE, wife of Peter Lorre, actor (1) (G) *LOVISCO GALLERY, New York City, later Gloucester, Massachusetts (10) *LOWENBACH, VILMA, wife of Jan, musicologist (22) (G) *LOWENSTEIN (HUBERTUS PRINZ ZU), writer, one of the leaders in the Catholic Movement of the time of the Weimar Republic. Helped organize "The American League for German Cultural Freedom" (62) (G) *LUSHBOUGH, CHANNING/ ELOISE/ ANNA/ ELMER (17) *LYND, HELEN, sociologist & writer (22) *MACMILLAN COMPANY, publishers (13) *MAEDER, DR. JULES (10) (G) *MAITIN, SAM, painter (13) *MANCHESTER INSTITUTE OF ARTS & SCIENCES (14) *MARTIN, AMANDA, Goethe House (11) (G) *MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (11) MATHIESSEN, PETER, author, editor, Paris Review (1) *MAY, ERICH, photographer (13) (G) *MAYER, ELISABETH, poet, translator (45) (G) *MAYER, GRACE, special assistant to Edward Steichen, director of department of photography, Museum of Modern Art, New York (165) *McCARTHY, EUGENE, Senator from Minnesota; candidate for Democratic ticket for President, 1968 (13) *McCOLLESTER, RUTH, biofeedback counselor (25) *McCORMICK, KEN, editor at Doubleday (12) McGOVERN, GEORGE, Senator from S.Dakota; Democratic candidate for President, 1972 (8) *McINTYRE, THOMAS J., US Senator from New Hampshire, 1962-1978 (99) MEAD, MARGARET, anthropologist, author (3) *MEADER, PROf.E.M., horticulturist (12) MENDELSON, EDWARD, literary executor of W.H.Auden (1) MEREDITH, BURGESS, actor (1) MERRITT, RICHARD, professor of photography at the University of New Hampshire (9) METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, NEW YORK (8) *METZIG, WILLIAM and ERIC, painter (29) (G) MEYER, JUNE (JORDAN), poet, author (1) *MITCHELL, MARGARETTA (GRETA), photographer (52) *MOLZAHN, JOHANNES & LORETTA, painter (19) (G) *MONDALE, WALTER & JOAN, Vice-President, 1976-1980; Democratic candidate for President, 1984 (23) *MOORE, MARIANNE, poet (10) *MOORE, MARY, art historian (42) *MORGAN, BARBARA, photographer (17) *MORIARTY, PETER, photographer (19) *MORRIS, ROBERT, professor of Social Planning (27) *MORROW, & CO., publishers (11) *MRAZ, MARNA (12) MS. MAGAZINE (1) *MUELLER, BOB, artist, engineer (46) *MUENCHNER STADTMUSEUM, Munich Museum, Germany (20) (G) *MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, New York (57) MUSKIE, EDWARD S., Senator from Maine (1) *NEARING, HELEN (& SCOTT), social reformers, writers (116) *NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE (16) *NEW HAMPSHIRE ART ASSOCIATION, Manchester, NH (24) *NEW HAMPSHIRE COMMISSION ON THE ARTS, Concord (20) *NEWMAN, RHODA, worked at Library of Congress (13) *NILES, GEORGE, poet (17) *NIXON, DAVID L., lawyer, former President of the NH Senate (16) *NOEL, WILLIAM (10) *NORTON, W.W. & COMPANY, publishers (18) *OHIO UNIVERSITY (10) O'NEILL, THOMAS P. ("TIP"), Speaker of the House of Representatives (2) *PANOFSKY, GERDA (& ERWIN) (15) (G) *PATTON (ALISON, RAYNA and WENDELL) (11) *PAVON, JOSE & CLAUDIA (19) *PAYNTER, "BIZ" & RAYMOND (11) *PEABODY, MARY (12) *PEARSON, NORMAN HOLMES (& SUSAN), professor of English, Yale (43) *PELOQUIN, MARC & TOBELYNN (11) *PERK, MRS. EDNA, friend (11) *PERL, CARL JOHANN & LOTTE, he a German writer & professor at the Vienna Conservatory of Music, she a painter (81) (G) *PERROT, STANFORD, painter (12) *PETERSEN, R.P. (10) (G) *PHILADELPHIA ART COUNCIL (10) *PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY (esp. Myron & Helen Williams, 1938-60) (33) *PINNER, ERNA, German book illustrator (16) (G) *PLYMOUTH STATE COLLEGE (13) *POLLACK, RUTH, weaver (40) *POLLOACK, ROBERT & JEAN, he taught philosophy at Fordham University (10) *PORTER, GEORGE, photographer (16) *PRINCE, SYDNEY & DR. LILLI (10) (G) *PROBST, J.ANTHONY /FRANCES /LEONARD, lawyers (14) PRUDDEN, BONNIE, writer (1) *PURVIS, D., assistant, Currier Gallery of Arts, Manchester, NH (47) *RAIMO, ANTONIO, librarian, University of Maryland, rare book and photograph dealer (10) *RAUCH, GEORG von, Austrian friend (59) (G) *RAVOUX, SOPHIE, physician, wife of Paul Ravoux, director of Agence France Press, Berlin, Germany (22) (G) *REED, EDWARD & MARY, he worked for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (11) *REISS, ELLEN A., relative of Erich Reiss (11) (G) *REISS, HILDE, relative of Erich Reiss (13) *RENGER-PATZCH, ALBERT, photographer (20) (G) AGNES, his wife (20) (G) SABINE, his daughter, also a photographer (7) (G) RENGER-PATZCH ARCHIV (1) (G) *REYNOLDS, BOB and STEPHANIE (12) *RICHARDSON, CARLOS, photographer, printer of "Jacobi Portfolios 1-3" (29) *RICHTER, INGE (55) (G) *RISING, LLOYD & MILDRED, pastor, Community Church of Deering (18) *ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR, First Lady, wife of FDR (10) *ROETTGERS, ELIZABETH, assistant, Atelier Jacobi, Berlin - photographer of children (63) (G) ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON (2) RUDMAN, WARREN, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire, former Attorney- General of NH (2) RUKEYSER, MURIEL, poet (5) RUSH, BEVERLY & TOM, musicians (6) *SAFRANSKI, KURT & MARIA, writer (11) (G) *SAITO, KIYOSHI, woodblock painter (16) *SALO, MAIJA & GEORGE, weaver, niece of Sibelius (16) *SANFORD, ERIC, photographer (12) *SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF ART (27) *SARTON, MAY, novelist, poet, friend (112) *SAUERLANDER, BEATE, New Yorker Magazine (29) (G) *SCHARL, JOSEPH "SEPP", painter (19) (G) SCHEIER, EDWIN & MARY, potters (8) *SCHILLER NATIONAL MUSEUM (NATIONAL MUSEUM OF LITERATURE), Marbach, Germany (51) (G) *SCHMOLL genannt EISENWERTH, PROf.DR.J.A. & HELGA, Professor of Art History, University of Munich, Germany (10) (G) *SCHOCKEN BOOKS,INC., publishers (SALMAN SCHOCKEN; THEODORE, his son) (13) (G) *SCHOLLES, THE(?) (10) *SCHRAG, KARL, illustator (16) (G) *SCHUYLER, STEVE, professor of German, Harvard University (27) (G) *SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN (10) *SCRIBNER, CHARLES and SONS, publishers (10) *SEEWALD, HANNA (12) (G) *SELEY, JASON, sculptor (14) *SERGEANT, ELIZABETH SHEPLEY, writer (12) *SHAW, JOY & HARRY (20) *SHEPHERD, BETH & CAROL RUTH (12) *SHELDON, DON, photographer (13) *SILVERMAN, RUTH, associate director, ICP, editor of photographic books (16) *SKRZEBA, HEINZ, attorney (54) (G) *SMITH, ELLIOTT (Toby), friend of Alexander Bender (12) *SMITH, HOWARD & BENNIE, news correspondent, CBS (16) *SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D.C. (16) *SNITOW, ALAN, son of Virginia (4) ANN, daughter of Virginia, one of the founders of the New York Radical Feminists, writer (18) VIRGINIA, president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress (69) *SOMOGYI, ANNELIESE/LADISLAUS/CORNELIA, Ladislaus was a former student of Lotte's in Berlin (32) (G) SPANOS, HARRY V., Democratic candidate for Governor of New Hampshire, 1976 (12) SPIROU, CHRIS, Democratic candidate for Governor of New Hampshire, 1984 (2) SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (3) *STARR, NINA HOWELL, photographer (18) *STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (15) *STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, ALBANY (10) *STEINER, BRIDGET (BRIGITTE) (10) (G) *STEINERT, OTTO, photographer (48) (G) STEVENSON, ADLAI E., politician, former Presidential candidate (3) *STEWART, DOUG & MARGE, photographer (25) STONE, I.F. (ISIDORE FEINSTEIN) & ESTHER, publisher, I.F.STONE'S WEEKLY (5) *STOUT, GEORGE & MARGARET, director of Gardner Museum, Boston (16) ST. PETERSBURG, Museum of Fine Arts (6) STRAND, PAUL & HAZEL, photographer (6) SUNUNU, JOHN, Governor of New Hampshire (1982-88) (4) *SYLVESTER, AUDREY (10) *THIMIG, HELENE, actress, wife of Max Reinhardt (10) (G) THOMSON, MELDRIM, JR., Governor of New Hampshire, 1974-78 (1) *THWAITES, JOHN ANTHONY & GITTA, art critic (10) *TITCOMB, ESTHER, photographer (21) TRUMAN, MARGARET, daughter of President Harry Truman (5) *TUCKER, ANN, art writer & critic (25) *UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO (17) *UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND (62) *UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, St Louis (13) *UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (110) UNTERMEYER, LOUIS, poet (8) *VACCA, FRANK (12) *VALENTINO, ERNESTO, ELLY (& DORA LISA), painter (17) *VIEK, FRIEDA, worked with Erich Reiss (11) (G) *VIKING PENGUIN, INC., publishers (15) *DE VRIENDT, STEFAN & INEL, painter (17) WGBH, BOSTON (7) WNAC, CHANNEL 7, BOSTON (4), later WNEV (1) WNET, CHANNEL 13, NEW YORK (7) WALD, GEORGE, friend, Nobel Prize Winner,1967 (6) *WALMSLEY, ALBERT, ROBERTA and ELIZABETH (12) *WATSON, JOHN BLAIR, assistant director, Instructional Services, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire (21) *WAUGH, COULTON, painter, son of Frederic Waugh, "America's foremost marine painter"; and ODIN (37) *WEIDLER, CHARLOTTE, art historian, anthropologist (32) (G) *WEINMANN, EDEN, son of Eric Weinmann (17) *WEINMANN, ERIC, a friend, father of Eden Weinmann (38) *WEYMOUTH, FLORENCE (FLEUR) (22) *THE WHITE HOUSE, (primarily from the Carter Administration period) (12) *WHITE, CLARENCE & RUTH, art & photography professor, assistant director of School of Art, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (21) WHITE, MINOR, photographer; also editor of Aperture (8) *WILEY, JOHN and SONS, publishers (14) *WILLARD, CHARLOTTE, writer, art critic, wife of painter Howard Willard (39) *WILLARD, HELEN, curator of theatre collection, Harvard College Library (22) WINTER, PAUL, musician, leader of the Paul Winter Consort (6) *WISDOM MAGAZINE (17) *WISE, KELLY, professor of English, Phillips, Andover Academy; editor of the book "Lotte Jacobi", published 1979 (22) *WITKIN GALLERY (11) *WITTMER, FELIX, writer, lecturer (24) *WOLF, LOLA, wife of painter Gustav Wolf (51) (G) *WOLF, WILLIAM, M.D., endocrynologist (49) *WORTH PUBLISHERS (16) *WUNDT, FELICIA (23) (G) *WUTHENOW, URSULA (23) (G) ZANES, HOPE (& BILL FINNEY), New Hampshire photographers (9) *ZIFFRIN, MARILYN, composer (44) *ZUCKERMANN, ERICH & ANNEDORE, German judge (33) (G)

XV. Appendix II

RELEVANT PUBLISHED WORKS BY AND ABOUT LOTTE JACOBI Menschen von Gestern und Heute, Fotografische Porträts, Skizzen und Dokumentationen by Lotte Jacobi. 12. Dezember 1973 bis 13. Januar 1974. Essen: Museum Folkwang Essen, [1973]. Lotte Jacobi. Edited by Kelly Wise. Danbury, N.H.: Addison House, 1978. Portfolio [Picture], 3 Vols. Deering, N.H.: L. Jacobi, 1978-1981. Lotte Jacobi Retrospective: Photographs Exhibited in Alfred, New York, October-November 1980. Edited by David Barry Lash. Alfred, N.Y.: Hidden Spring Press, 1981. Theater & Dance Photographs by Lotte Jacobi. Introduction by Cornell Capa. Woodstock, VT.: Countryman Press, 1982. Russland 1932/33: Moskau, Tadschikistan, Usbekistan by Lotte Jacobi. Edited by Marion Beckers and Elisabeth Moortgat. Berlin: Verlag Dirk Nishen, 1988. Das Foto-Taschenbuch 14. Atelier Lotte Jacobi: Berlin New York by Marion Beckers and Elisabeth Moortgat. Berlin, Germany: Verborgene Museum, Nicolai, 1997. Atelier Lotte Jacobi: Berlin New York by Marion Beckers and Elisabeth Moortgat. Berlin, Germany: Nicolai, 1998.

One Response to “Lotte Jacobi, 1896-1990”

  1. Jonathan Handley Says:

    Lotte Jacobi is featured in a short 1978 bio owned by NHPTV. It is called “Arts in New Hampshire”, and it won the station a Peabody Award that year. They seem not to have archived the finished piece, but they do have two segments of raw footage and sound and one of those segments is about Ms. Jacobi. If interested, you can contact Rachel Elias at NHPTV, 268 Mast Rd. Durham, NH. 603-868-4312 relias@nhptv.org.

    Jonathan Handley Davis, CA 530-220-0349

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