Guide to the Lotte Jacobi Papers, 1898-2000

Collection number: MC 58
Size: 72 boxes (24 cu.ft.)

About Lotte Jacobi (1896-1990)

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, Käthe 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.

Before her death, she bequeathed 47,000 negatives, several hundred study and exhibition prints, three portfolios, letters, catalogues, documents, and other printed material to UNH. For information about licensing images taken by Lotte Jacobi, please contact Beth Sheckler, Licensing Manager of Creative and Digital Works, UNHInnovation, 603-862-1291 or email beth.sheckler@unh.edu.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For information about licensing the Lotte Jacobi images, please contact Beth Sheckler, Licensing Manager of Creative and Digital Works, UNHInnovation, 603-862-1291 or email beth.sheckler@unh.edu .

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Lotte Jacobi Papers, 1898-2000, MC-58, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donations: multiple sources, primarily on behalf of Lotte Jacboi, April 1979 - April 2001 (Accession numbers: 7754, 7835, 8488, 8528, 872, 2001.16)

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.

Collection Contents

Series I: Correspondence to Lotte Jacobi, 1947-1985

(27 Boxes)
Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1A-Abbeville, 1953-1982
Box 1, Folder 2Abbot, Berenice, 1963 (primarily undated)
Box 1, Folder 3Abel-Aber, 1944-1983
Box 1, Folder 4Abrams-Adams, C., 1936-1984
Box 1, Folder 5Adams, Jack, 1964-1981
Box 1, Folder 6Adams, Lester – Adams, Sherman, 1951-1984
Box 1, Folder 7Addison Gallery of American Art (Phillips Andover), 1948-1979
Box 1, Folder 8Addison House, 1977-1981
Box 1, Folder 9Adelman-Akiba, 1941-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Seymour Adelman, bibliophile and collector (4 letters) and Dr. Alfred Adler, psychiatrist (1 letter)]
Box 1, Folder 10Albert-Aldrich, 1966-1983
Box 1, Folder 11Alexander, Gertie, 1959-1972
Box 1, Folder 12Allan, D.-Allen, 1960-1984
Box 1, Folder 13von Allesch-von Altena, 1952-1982
Box 1, Folder 14Altman – American Humanist Association, 1940-1985
Box 1, Folder 15American Institute of Physics – Amster, 1939-1985
Box 1, Folder 16Anas – Andrews, W., 1947-1983
Box 1, Folder 17Angelis – Apeiron Workshops, 1942-1983
Box 1, Folder 18Aperture, 1960-1985
Box 1, Folder 19Apple Tree – Argonne National Laboratory, 1967-1985
Box 1, Folder 20Arian – Art Academy of Cincinnati, 1954-1984 [folder contains correspondence in German with Rudolf Arnheim, educator and psychologist]
Box 1, Folder 21Art Institute of Chicago – ARTnews, 1960-1981
Box 1, Folder 22Arts – Association of American Artists, 1975-1983
Box 1, Folder 23Associated Councils for the Arts-Aude, 1952-1982
Box 1, Folder 24Audubon – Babbet, 1937-1984
Box 1, Folder 25Bachner, Renee, 1959-1978
Box 1, Folder 26Backman – Ballard, 1948-1982 [folder contains correspondence in German with Theanolte Baenhisch, Staatssekretaer, Hannover, Germany (9 letters)]
Box 1, Folder 27Ban – Barron, 1947-1985
Box 1, Folder 28Barsel – Bateson, 1951-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Perkins Bass, US representative from NH (6 letters)]
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1Bauer, Frank H., 1956-1966
Box 2, Folder 2Bauer, Frank H., 1967-1979
Box 2, Folder 3Bauer, Frank H., 1980-1984
Box 2, Folder 4Bayer, George-Baumgartens, 1967-1980
Box 2, Folder 5Bauman, Irma and Mordecai, 1959-1984 (47)
Box 2, Folder 6Baumier-Becker, 1963-1984
Box 2, Folder 7Beckmann, Hannes and Elsa, 1954-1978
Box 2, Folder 8Beede, Lucie, 1965-1983
Box 2, Folder 9Behne-Belknap, 1946-1980
Box 2, Folder 10Bell, Margaret, 1953-1977
Box 2, Folder 11Belliveau-Bendel, 1942-1985
Box 2, Folder 12Bender, Alexander, 1935-1970
Box 2, Folder 13Bender-Bennett, 1942-1979
Box 2, Folder 14Benno, Benjamin, 1953-1971
Box 2, Folder 15Bernays, Edward, 1942-1980
Box 2, Folder 16Benton-Berlin, 1966-1983
Box 2, Folder 17Berliner-Berlinische Galerie, 1970-1983
Box 2, Folder 18Berman-Bernheimer, 1950-1984
Box 2, Folder 19Bernstein, Joseph, 1955-1975
Box 2, Folder 20Bernstein, Victor and Selma, 1961-1967
Box 2, Folder 21Best-Birnbaum, H., 1945-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Theodore Bikel, singer (2 letters)]
Box 2, Folder 22Birnbaum, Milton, 1980-1984
Box 2, Folder 23Bishop-Bloom, 1940-1983 [folder contains correspondence in German with Ernst Bloch, author and philosopher (1 letter)]
Box 2, Folder 24Bloor-Bodley, 1944-1978 [folder contains correspondence in German with Axel Bluhm, German publisher (8 letters)]
Box 2, Folder 25Boel-Boosey, 1938-1981 [folder contains correspondence with Louise Bogan, U.S. poet (3 letters)]
Box 2, Folder 26Booth, Lois, 1961-1969
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1Boston-Boston Center for the Arts, 1957-1972
Box 3, Folder 2Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1962-1980
Box 3, Folder 3Boston University-Bourgeois, Marion, 1956-1983
Box 3, Folder 4Bourjaily-Bradley, 1936-1980 [folder contains correspondence with Marion Bourgeois, art teacher (9 letters)]
Box 3, Folder 5Brady, Luther, 1976-1984
Box 3, Folder 6Brameld-Brand, Erika, 1948-1983
Box 3, Folder 7Brand, Millen, 1942-1957
Box 3, Folder 8Brand, Millen, 1958-1961
Box 3, Folder 9Brand, Millen, 1962-1966
Box 3, Folder 10Brand, Millen, 1967-1970
Box 3, Folder 11Brand, Millen, 1971-1979
Box 3, Folder 12Brandeis-Brants, 1945-1979
Box 3, Folder 13Brattle Street Gallery [South Berwick, ME] (Meredith Sweet), 1974-1984
Box 3, Folder 14Brattleboro-Braude, 1978-1982
Box 3, Folder 15Braun, Dr. Walter, 1955-1958
Box 3, Folder 16Breed-British, 1941-1982
Box 3, Folder 17Britten-Brown, Robert C., 1936-1981 [folder contains correspondence with Edmund G. Brown, Jr. (Jerry), former governor of California; candidate for Democratic nomination for President, 1980 and 1992 (2 letters)]
Box 3, Folder 18Brown, Robert Hendry & Julie; Robert, Sr., 1954-1985
Box 3, Folder 19Brown, Robin-Buckhalter, 1973-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Doris Bry, art dealer and agent (4 letters)]
Box 3, Folder 20Buckley, Charles, 1962-1981
Box 3, Folder 21Bugbee-Byerley, 1944-1985
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1C-Cape Haze Marine Laboratory, 1950-1984
Box 4, Folder 2Caponigro, Andrew and Penny, 1961-1982
Box 4, Folder 3Caponigro, Paul, 1965-1986
Box 4, Folder 4Cappel-Carman, 1945-1983
Box 4, Folder 5Carrey, Bobbi, 1976-1979
Box 4, Folder 6Carsten, Joseph, 1975-1976
Box 4, Folder 7Carter, Jimmy, 1977-1982
Box 4, Folder 8Carter/Mondale Re-Election Campaign (1980), 1979-1980
Box 4, Folder 9Carton, John, 1976-1979
Box 4, Folder 10Casals – Casey, 1956-1983
Box 4, Folder 11Cassirer, Fred (Fritz), Ina, Henry, Amanda, Coco, 1960-1982
Box 4, Folder 12Casson-Castelot, 1976-1982
Box 4, Folder 13Cate, Garth, 1942-1968
Box 4, Folder 14Caton, 1965-1967
Box 4, Folder 15Catskill Center for Photography, 1980-1985
Box 4, Folder 16Cauldron-Centeno, 1964-1984
Box 4, Folder 17Centre Georges Pompidou [Paris], 1979-1985
Box 4, Folder 18Centron-Champion, 1967-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Marc Chagall, painter (2 letters)
Box 4, Folder 19Channel 11, NH Puublic Television Auction, 1976-1984
Box 4, Folder 20Channel 2, WGBH Auction, 1975-1985
Box 4, Folder 21Chanticleer Press-Charm, 1955-1979
Box 4, Folder 22Chatham Press, 1972-1975
Box 4, Folder 23Chiarenga-Cleghorn, 1945-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Noam Chomsky, linguist and author (1 letter)]
Box 4, Folder 24Cleveland, James, 1963-1978
Box 4, Folder 25Clift, W., 1974-1978
Box 4, Folder 26Cochran, Carl and Elinore, 1964-1984
Box 4, Folder 27Cochrane-Cohen, 1940-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Robert P. Tristram Coffin, poet (3 letters)]
Box 4, Folder 28Cohn, Erich and Helen, 1955-1963
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1Colby Junior College, 1961-1962
Box 5, Folder 2Colby-Sawyer College, 1976-1983
Box 5, Folder 3Cole-Colorado State College, 1945-1972
Box 5, Folder 4Colrick, Joseph P., 1953-1966
Box 5, Folder 5Colsman-Columbus Museum of Arts & Crafts, Inc., 1953-1983
Box 5, Folder 6Cominos, Nick and Joan, 1960-1963
Box 5, Folder 7Commission of Fine Arts-Constantine, 1943-1980
Box 5, Folder 8Consul-Cook, V., 1960-1982
Box 5, Folder 9Cook, Christopher and Julie, 1962-1978
Box 5, Folder 10Cooke, Robert, 1974-1985
Box 5, Folder 11Cooper-Cotton, Norris, 1947-1985
Box 5, Folder 12Cottrell, Annette, 1966-1980
Box 5, Folder 13Coudert-Country Journal, 1948-1979
Box 5, Folder 14Countryman Press, 1979-1985
Box 5, Folder 15Courville-Cummings, 1939-1984
Box 5, Folder 16Cunard Steam-Ship Company, 1937-1962
Box 5, Folder 17Currier Gallery of Art [Manchester, NH], 1957-1968
Box 5, Folder 18Currier Gallery of Art, 1969-1977
Box 5, Folder 19Currier Gallery of Art, 1978-1985
Box 5, Folder 20Curtis-Daily Worker, 1977
Box 5, Folder 21Daman, Ruth, 1964-1967
Box 5, Folder 22D’Amours-Dartmouth, 1941-1982
Box 5, Folder 23David-Davis, Bette, 1945-1983
Box 5, Folder 24Davis, Dorothy Salisbury, 1950-1966
Box 5, Folder 25Davis, F.Langdon-Day, 1939-1976
Box 5, Folder 26Dean, Harold and Margaret, 1952-1979
Box 5, Folder 27Decade-Delaware Camera Club, 1948-1980
Box 5, Folder 28DeLima, Lisa, 1976-1980
Box 5, Folder 29Delmey-Departures, 1950-1982
Box 5, Folder 30Desch-Dietz, 1948-1983
Box 5, Folder 31Dickinson, Blanche (“Blinkie”), 1946-1970
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1Dicks, Barbara, 1960-1979
Box 6, Folder 2Dillon, (Augusta, Alan, Ann), 1976-1985
Box 6, Folder 3Dillon-Dmitri, Ivan, 1952-1982
Box 6, Folder 4DNP (America), Inc., 1982-1983
Box 6, Folder 5D’oa-Donas, 1968-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Peter Doeblin, son of Dr. Alfred Doeblin, the author of Berlin Alexanderplatz (1 letter)]
Box 6, Folder 6Donegan, Nora and Martin, 1959-1968
Box 6, Folder 7Doniger-Dorfman, 1966-1978
Box 6, Folder 8Dorman-Dortmund, 1981-1985
Box 6, Folder 9Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1942-1965
Box 6, Folder 10Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1966-1982
Box 6, Folder 11Dougherty-Dozier, 1947-1981
Box 6, Folder 12Draper, Gladys, 1954-1985
Box 6, Folder 13Drerup-Drutman, 1960-1981
Box 6, Folder 14Dryden Galleries, Ltd., 1982-1983
Box 6, Folder 15Dryden Press-Dubois, A., 1957-1962
Box 6, Folder 16DuBois, W.E. Burghardt and Shirley Graham, 1954-1964
Box 6, Folder 17Dudley-Dunningham, 1951-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Clover Dulles, wife of Allen Welsh Dulles, the direct or of the CIA from 1953-1961, diplomat, and lawyer (2 letters)]
Box 6, Folder 18Durham, Else and Felix, 1956-1984
Box 6, Folder 19Durkin, John, 1974-1980
Box 6, Folder 20Durst-Dwyer, 1944-1979
Box 6, Folder 21E-Edman, 1961-1983
Box 6, Folder 22Edschmid, Kasimir and Illi, 1949-1971
Box 6, Folder 23Educational Services, Inc.-Eichenberg, 1943-1979
Box 6, Folder 24Einstein, George, 1960 (1); Jake Einstein, 1984 (1); Albert Einstein Library, 1981-1982 (5); Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY, 1981 (3)
Box 6, Folder 25Einstein (Helen Dukas, secretary (21); Else Einstein, wife (3)), 1935-1979
Box 6, Folder 26Einstein, Margot, daughter, 1954-1981 (23)
Box 6, Folder 27Eireia-Elias, 1948-1977 [folder contains correspondence with Loren Eiseley, writer and scientist (5 letters); and Dwight Eisenhower, president of the USA 1952-1960 (1 letter)]
Box 6, Folder 28Elkin-Engle, 1947-1983
Box 6, Folder 29Enos, Chris, 1976-1983
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1Ente – Esbenshade, 1929-1982
Box 7, Folder 2Eskildsen, Ute, 1973-1977
Box 7, Folder 3Eskildsen, Ute, 1978-1985
Box 7, Folder 4Evans-Exman, 1962-1976
Box 7, Folder 5Faber-Fasanelli, Homie, 1958-1978 [folder contains correspondence with Peter Farb, author (2 letters)]
Box 7, Folder 6Fasanelli, Jim, 1960-1967
Box 7, Folder 7Fasanelli, Jim, 1970-1972
Box 7, Folder 8Fasanelli, Jim, 1973-1975
Box 7, Folder 9Fasanelli, Jim, 1977-1985
Box 7, Folder 10Fast-Fay Gold Gallery, 1948-1984
Box 7, Folder 11Fay, Herbert and Claire-Pierre, 1957-1984
Box 7, Folder 12Fechtner-Ferguson, 1936-1984
Box 7, Folder 13Fern, Alan and Lois, 1974-1983
Box 7, Folder 14Fidet-Fine Photographs, 1945-1968
Box 7, Folder 15Finkel-Finkelstein, 1946-1983
Box 7, Folder 16Finney, Bill and Hope (Zanes), 1966-1977
Box 7, Folder 17Fintal-Flack, 1947-1984
Box 7, Folder 18 Flaherty (Barbara, Frances, Monica), 1960-1968
Box 7, Folder 19Flanley-Foraste, 1940-1983
Box 7, Folder 20Forbes-Frajlich, 1945-1983
Box 7, Folder 21Frajndlich, Abe, 1975-1985
Box 7, Folder 22Frank-Franklin, 1948-1983
Box 7, Folder 23Franklin Institute (Philadelphia), 1982-1984
Box 7, Folder 24Franklin, Lynn, 1971-1974
Box 7, Folder 25Franklin, Lynn, 1975-1976
Box 7, Folder 26Franklin, Lynn, 1977-1981
Box 7, Folder 27Franklin, Patt, 1976-1985
Box 7, Folder 28Frantz, Rick, 1978-1979
Box 7, Folder 29Frasconi (Antonio, Leona, Pablo), 1964-1981
Box 7, Folder 30Frauen-Frohman, 1946-1985
Box 7, Folder 31Frommer, Marie, 1956-1975
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1Frost, Joseph-Fuertes, 1945-1984
Box 8, Folder 2Fuhrmann, Ernst (and Ilse), 1932-1956 (25)
Box 8, Folder 3Fuhrmann, Ernst (and Ilse), not dated (14 letters, 4 miscellaneous items)
Box 8, Folder 4Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1953-1961 (28)
Box 8, Folder 5Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1962-1964 (24)
Box 8, Folder 6Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1965-1975 (26)
Box 8, Folder 7Fuhrmann, Ilse, 1976-1985 (16)
Box 8, Folder 8Fuhrmann, Ilse, not dated (26)
Box 8, Folder 9Fuhrmann, Ilse, not dated (20), and one letter from Tobi Fuhrmann
Box 8, Folder 10Fuertes-Fuller Public Library, 1943-1980 [folder contains correspondence with R. Buckminster Fuller, inventor/writer/scientist (3 letters)]
Box 8, Folder 11Fuller, Sue, 1967-1981
Box 8, Folder 12Funk-Futter, 1940-1957
Box 8, Folder 13Gabrielli-Gallerie St. Etienne, 1949-1985
Box 8, Folder 14Galerie Taube (Klaus Martens), 1973-1985
Box 8, Folder 15Gallagher, Carole, 1982-1983
Box 8, Folder 16Gallen, Hugh and Irene, 1978-1985
Box 8, Folder 17The Gallery-Gallo, 1964-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Gallery of Modern Art, New York (2 letters), and Gallery 303, New York (8 letters)]
Box 8, Folder 18Gamow-Gantz, 1943-1975
Box 8, Folder 19Gardner, Isabella Stewart Museum (Boston, MA), 1965-1983
Box 8, Folder 20Gardner, Jane-Gauvin, 1936-1985
Box 8, Folder 21Gedok-Gerald, 1939-1985
Box 8, Folder 22Gerard, Fred (Erik and Nancy), 1974-1980
Box 8, Folder 23Germain-Gerngross, 1946-1974
Box 8, Folder 24Gersh, Stephen and Judith, 1972-1975
Box 8, Folder 25Gersowitz-Ghito, 1977-1983
Box 8, Folder 26Gibson-Ginzburg, 1937-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Brendan Gill, writer for the New Yorker Magazine (5 letters)]
Box 8, Folder 27Girandola-Goethe House, 1956-1984
Box 8, Folder 28Goethe Institute (Boston and Montreal), 1974-1984
Box 8, Folder 29Goethe Institut-Goldfarb, 1944-1983
Box 8, Folder 30Goldhaber, Lulu, 1948-1958 (9)
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1Golding-Goldwasser, 1936-1969
Box 9, Folder 2Gondor-Gordon, Elsa, 1937-1981
Box 9, Folder 3Gordon, Grant and Aubrey, 1961-1972
Box 9, Folder 4Gordon, H.-Gould, 1936-1981.
Box 9, Folder 5Graf, Heinrich, 1963-1974
Box 9, Folder 6Graf, Heinrich, 1975-1981
Box 9, Folder 7Graff, Bert, 1948-1950
Box 9, Folder 8Graham-Grant, 1967-1984
Box 9, Folder 9Graphics International, Ltd.-Greene, Stephen, 1951-1981
Box 9, Folder 10Greenberg-Greenleaf, 1943-1979
Box 9, Folder 11Gregg, Judd, 1981-1984
Box 9, Folder 12Greither, Dr. A., 1959-1982
Box 9, Folder 13Grey-Grolier, 1950-1984
Box 9, Folder 14Gropper Art Gallery, 1965-1969
Box 9, Folder 15Gropper Art Gallery, 1970-1984
Box 9, Folder 16Gross, Fritz (and family), 1935-1946
Box 9, Folder 17Gross-Grossman, Rosalind, 1983-1984
Box 9, Folder 18Grossman, Walter, undated
Box 9, Folder 19Grossman-Gruenthal, 1947-1960
Box 9, Folder 20Gruman-Gunelie, 1943-1982
Box 9, Folder 21Gunther-Gurewich, 1951-1967.
Box 9, Folder 22Gurewitsch, Maria, 1944-1957
Box 9, Folder 23Gutman-Gysi, 1941-1956
Box 9, Folder 24Haas, 1934-1946.
Box 9, Folder 25 Haase, Rudy (and family), 1958-1984
Box 9, Folder 26Haberly, Loyd, 1949-1963
Box 9, Folder 27Haberman, Jim, 1975-1982
Box 9, Folder 28Habersetzer-Haines, 1941-1984
Box 9, Folder 29Halbey, Hans, 1961-1973
Box 9, Folder 30Halbey, Hans (and Marianne), 1974-1985
Box 9, Folder 31Hamburg, 1963-1973
Box 9, Folder 32Hamburg, Staatliche Landesbildstelle, 1971-1974
Box 9, Folder 33Hamlin-Hammarth, 1946-1979
Box 9, Folder 34Hancock, Mary Louise, 1972-1986.
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 Hanes-Harber, 1964-1983.
Box 10, Folder 2 Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1949-1981
Box 10, Folder 3Hard-Harding, 1963-1980
Box 10, Folder 4Hardy, Lillian, 1951-1964.
Box 10, Folder 5Harper-Harris, 1948-1982
Box 10, Folder 6Harrison, Edward, 1956-1967
Box 10, Folder 7 Harrison, F.-Hartman, 1953-1985
Box 10, Folder 8Hartnett, Len, 1978-1981
Box 10, Folder 9Hartney-Hastings, 1977-1979
Box 10, Folder 10Hatch, John (Maryanna, Becky, and Joanna), 1963-1984
Box 10, Folder 11Hatch-Heilbut, 1936-1983
Box 10, Folder 12Heilner, Irwin, 1943-1980
Box 10, Folder 13Heilner, Irwin, 1983-1984
Box 10, Folder 14Heimann-Heinemann, 1939-1984
Box 10, Folder 15Heines-Henry, 1950-1984
Box 10, Folder 16Henschelverlag-Hehrig, 1947-1979
Box 10, Folder 17Herman, Liselotte, 1951-1980
Box 10, Folder 18Herrey, Erna and Hermann, 1957-1971
Box 10, Folder 19Herndon-Heschel, 1951-1985
Box 10, Folder 20Heschel, Sylvia, 1957-1979
Box 10, Folder 21Hessel-Hill, 1943-1986 [folder contains correspondence with Granville Hicks, author (3 letters)]
Box 10, Folder 22Hiller-Holst, 1943-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Ernest F. Hollings ("Fritz"), senator from South Carolina (1 letter)]
Box 10, Folder 23Holt-Hom Gallery, 1948-1983
Box 10, Folder 24Homans, Katy, 1977-1981
Box 10, Folder 25Homer-Hotopp, 1937-1978 [folder contains correspondence with Mrs. Edward Hopper, wife of the artist (1 letter) and Karen Horney, pscyhologist (1 letter, in German)]
Box 10, Folder 26Houghton Mifflin Company, 1955-1980
Box 10, Folder 27Houk-Howe, 1979-1982
Box 10, Folder 28Howell, Douglas, 1948-1985
Box 10, Folder 29Hoy-Hozakowski, 1958-1980
Box 10, Folder 30Huebsch-van Hyning, 1958-1980 [folder contains correspondence with Gordon Humphrey, US Senator from New Hampshire (4 letters); and Hubert H. Humphrey, US Senator from Minnesota, Vice-President of the United States under Lyndon B. Johnson, and Democratic candidate for President, 1968 (1 letter)]
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1IBM-Institute & Museum of Philosophy, 1941-1985
Box 11, Folder 2International Center of Photography, 1978-1979
Box 11, Folder 3International Center of Photography, 1980-1983
Box 11, Folder 4International Communications Agency-International Invitational of Photography, 1979-1982
Box 11, Folder 5International Museum of Photography, 1944-1983
Box 11, Folder 6International Photography Fair-International Women Artists Archive, 1936-1983
Box 11, Folder 7Jackson, Henry M.–Jacoby, Hilla and Max, 1944-1982
Box 11, Folder 8Jacobi, Ruth, 1957-1970
Box 11, Folder 9Jacobi, Ruth, 1971-1983
Box 11, Folder 10Jacoby, Ruth and Charles, 1962-1975
Box 11, Folder 11Jacoby, Ruth and Charles, not dated
Box 11, Folder 12Jaffe-Jay, 1943-1983
Box 11, Folder 13Jeb Gallery-Jocelyn, 1948-1983
Box 11, Folder 14John Price Jones Company-Johnson, M., 1944-1984
Box 11, Folder 15Johnston-Jones, Carol, 1952-1982
Box 11, Folder 16Jones, Don and Betty, 1967-1976
Box 11, Folder 17Jora, 1942
Box 11, Folder 18Kahn–Kaiser, 1935-1976
Box 11, Folder 19 Kalcher, Dr. Herte, 1957-1964.
Box 11, Folder 20Kaleko-Kantner, 1945-1979
Box 11, Folder 21Kantor, Jayne, 1974-1978
Box 11, Folder 22 Kaplan, 1946
Box 11, Folder 23Karanikas, Alex, 1965-1981
Box 11, Folder 24Karanikas, Paul, 1983
Box 11, Folder 25Karl, Frederick and Isabel, 1957-1970
Box 11, Folder 26Karl, Frederick and Isabel, 1971-1985
Box 11, Folder 27Karlberg-Kasdin, 1963-1985
Box 11, Folder 28Kassander, Paul and Gerda, 1960-1971
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1Kasten-Katz, C., 1947-1980
Box 12, Folder 2Katz, Fanny, 1961-1967
Box 12, Folder 3Katz, F.M.-Katz, J., 1973
Box 12, Folder 4Katz, Leo, 1947-1954
Box 12, Folder 5Katz, Leo, 1955-1963
Box 12, Folder 6Katz, Leo, 1964-1981
Box 12, Folder 7Katz, Nora-Kayser, 1940-1975
Box 12, Folder 8Kearley-Keats, 1963-1973
Box 12, Folder 9Keeler-Kefauver, 1960-1977
Box 12, Folder 10Kempe, Fritz, 1973-1979
Box 12, Folder 11Kempe, Fritz, 1980-1982
Box 12, Folder 12Kendall-Kern, 1947-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Edward Kennedy, US Senator from Massachusetts (3 letters)]
Box 12, Folder 13Kershaw, Mrs. F.S., 1940 [mostly not dated]
Box 12, Folder 14Kessler-Kiewitt, 1951-1974
Box 12, Folder 15Kimball-Kimmel, 1947-1979
Box 12, Folder 16Kimmel Cohn Photography Arts, 1976-1977
Box 12, Folder 17King, Alex-Tony, 1946-1982
Box 12, Folder 18King, John W., 1963-1984
Box 12, Folder 19King, Ron, 1971-1980
Box 12, Folder 20Kingston-Kircher, 1953-1982
Box 12, Folder 21Kirchheimer, Arnold, 1937-1967
Box 12, Folder 22Kirchheimer-Kisch, 1936-1976
Box 12, Folder 23Kiva Gallery, 1976-1979
Box 12, Folder 24Kiva Gallery, 1980-1981
Box 12, Folder 25Klausner-Klaw, 1937-1977
Box 12, Folder 26Kleeblat, Josia and Teresa, 1958-1971
Box 12, Folder 27Kleeman-Knopf, 1929-1983
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1Knowles-Koner, 1934-1985
Box 13, Folder 2Koning-Koretz, 1934-1984
Box 13, Folder 3Korn, Kurt C. and Bertel, 1956-1979
Box 13, Folder 4Kornfeld-Kowal, Cal, 1956-1984
Box 13, Folder 5Kowal, Dennis, 1971-1982
Box 13, Folder 6Kowalski, 1979
Box 13, Folder 7Kowski, Erwin, 1975-1984
Box 13, Folder 8Kramer-Kraus, K. 1930-1965
Box 13, Folder 9Kraus Reprint Limited, 1967-1970
Box 13, Folder 10Kraus Reprint Limited, 1971-1981
Box 13, Folder 11Krause-Krick, Anne, 1945-1964
Box 13, Folder 12Krick, Virginia, 1967-1977
Box 13, Folder 13Krippner, Stanley, 1970-1982
Box 13, Folder 14Kristeller, 1955-1964
Box 13, Folder 15Kroll, Herbert, 1936-1984
Box 13, Folder 16Dr. Arthur Kronfeld, March 21, 1932 (1); Heinz Krüger, March 20, 1963; Dec 19, 1963 (2)
Box 13, Folder 17Kruger, Werner, 1974-1985
Box 13, Folder 18Kuczinski-Kunsthistorisch Tjidschrift, 1970-1981
Box 13, Folder 19Kuttner, F.S., 1959-1972
Box 13, Folder 20Lachmann-Lachnt, 1962-1979
Box 13, Folder 21Ladas, Alice, 1966-1981
Box 13, Folder 22LaGuardia-Langdon, 1945-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Beatrice Lamb, lecturer and writer (9 letters)]
Box 13, Folder 23Langford-Lasansky, 1945-1982
Box 13, Folder 24Lash, Barry and Martha, 1978-1985
Box 13, Folder 25Lasko-Leaf, 1945-1984
Box 13, Folder 26League of NH Craftsmen, 1958-1985
Box 13, Folder 27Leavitt-Ledel, 1976-1984
Box 13, Folder 28Lee-Lenbauchhaus, 1935-1983
Box 13, Folder 29Lenel-Lenus, 1948-1979
Box 13, Folder 30Lenya, Lotte, 1979-1981
Box 13, Folder 31Leonhardt-Lersch, 1929-1950
Box 13, Folder 32Leslie, Robert, 1947-1980
Box 13, Folder 33Lesser, Rudi and Kurt, 1960-1963
Box 13, Folder 34Lesser, Rudi and Kurt, not dated
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1Lestogne-Levy, 1940-1983
Box 14, Folder 2Lewen, Si, 1951-1966
Box 14, Folder 3Lewen, Si, 1967-1981
Box 14, Folder 4 Lewen, Si, undated
Box 14, Folder 5 Lewis-Libby, 1942-1980
Box 14, Folder 6Library of Congress, 1967-1978
Box 14, Folder 7Library of Living Philosophers-de Lima, 1950-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Life Magazine (6 letters)]
Box 14, Folder 8Limbosch, Céline Dangotte, 1962-1968 (15); Limbosch, Nicole, 1963 (1)
Box 14, Folder 9Limes Verlag, 1957-1977
Box 14, Folder 10Lincoln, C.-Lincoln, R., 1976-1984
Box 14, Folder 11Linden-List Verlag, 1950-1983
Box 14, Folder 12Little, Brown and Company, 1949-1972
Box 14, Folder 13Little, D.-Locey, 1943-1984
Box 14, Folder 14Lockwood-Loots, 1947-1980
Box 14, Folder 15Lorant-Los Angeles, County of, 1935-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Cecilie Lorre, wife of actor Peter Lorre (1 letter in German)]
Box 14, Folder 16Lovisco Gallery, 1960-1977
Box 14, Folder 17Lowe-Lowell, 1980
Box 14, Folder 18Lowenbach, Vilma, 1956-1972
Box 14, Folder 19Lowenstein, Hubertus Prinz zu, 1937-1954
Box 14, Folder 20Lowenstein, Hubertus Prinz zu, 1956-1981
Box 14, Folder 21Loyola–Lunning, 1947-1982
Box 14, Folder 22Lushbough, Channing (Eloise, Anna, and Elmer), 1974-1980
Box 14, Folder 23Lussither-Lynar, 1945-1963
Box 14, Folder 24Lynd, Helen, 1947-1964
Box 14, Folder 25Lyons-de Lys, 1945-1979
Box 14, Folder 26Maass-MacLaren, 1946-1974
Box 14, Folder 27MacMillan Company, 1940-1960
Box 14, Folder 28MacMillan Educational Corp.-Madison, 1957-1979
Box 14, Folder 29Maeder, Jules, 1940-1973
Box 14, Folder 30Maesler-das Magazin, 1955-1985
Box 14, Folder 31Maitin, Sam, 1968-1982
Box 14, Folder 32Magee-Manahan, 1946-1980
Box 14, Folder 33Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1964-1983
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1Mandell-Marlboro, 1940-1984
Box 15, Folder 2Martin, Amanda, not dated
Box 15, Folder 3Martin, D.-Marx, 1954-1985
Box 15, Folder 4Mason-Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation, 1975-1978
Box 15, Folder 5Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968-1978
Box 15, Folder 6Massachusetts Review-May, 1945-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Peter Mathiessen, author and editor of Paris Review (1 letter)]
Box 15, Folder 7May, Erich and Wally, 1957-1976
Box 15, Folder 8Mayer, Eleanor, 1942-1943
Box 15, Folder 9Mayer, Elizabeth, 1942-1961
Box 15, Folder 10Mayer, Elizabeth, 1962-1968
Box 15, Folder 11Mayer, Grace, 1959-1965
Box 15, Folder 12Mayer, Grace, 1966-1968
Box 15, Folder 13Mayer, Grace, 1969-1971
Box 15, Folder 14Mayer, Grace, 1972-1975
Box 15, Folder 15Mayer, Grace, 1976-1977
Box 15, Folder 16Mayer, Grace, 1978-1985
Box 15, Folder 17Mayer-MB Associates, 1942-1983
Box 15, Folder 18McCabe, Catherine, 1978
Box 15, Folder 19McCarthy, Eugene, 1968-1972
Box 15, Folder 20McClintock-McCollester, 1943-1974
Box 15, Folder 21McCollester, Ruth, 1969-1975
Box 15, Folder 22McCormick, Ken and Anne, 1954-1977
Box 15, Folder 23McCown, Edna-McGill, 1955-1982
Box 15, Folder 24McGinnis-McHenry, 1954-1985 [folder contains correspondence with George McGovern, Senator from South Dakota and Democratic candidate for president, 1972 (8 letters)]
Box 15, Folder 25McIntyre, Tom, 1963-1970
Box 15, Folder 26McIntyre, Tom, 1971-1973
Box 15, Folder 27McIntyre, Tom, 1974-1978
Box 15, Folder 28McKay-McQuade, 1942-1983
Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1Mead, Margaret, 1956-1970 (3)
Box 16, Folder 2Meader, E.M., 1961-1976
Box 16, Folder 3Meader, V.–Meredith, 1947-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Edward Mendelson, literary executor of W.H. Auden (1 letter)]
Box 16, Folder 4Merrill–Messenger, 1957-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Richard Merritt, professor of photography at the University of New Hampshire (9 letters)]
Box 16, Folder 5Metropolitan Museum of Art–Metzger, 1936-1981
Box 16, Folder 6Metzig, William and Erica, 1962-1975
Box 16, Folder 7Metzig, William and Erica, 1976-1983
Box 16, Folder 8Metzner–Middlebury, 1949-1976 [folder contains correspondence with June (Jordan) Meyer, poet and author (1 letter)]
Box 16, Folder 9Miller, A.–Miller, M., 1950-1979
Box 16, Folder 10Mills–Mission, 1948-1957
Box 16, Folder 11Mitchell, Margaretta, 1977-1980
Box 16, Folder 12Mitchell, Margaretta, 1981-1986
Box 16, Folder 13Mitigulf–Molovinsky, 1941-1981
Box 16, Folder 14Molzahn, Loretto and Johannes, 1955-1966
Box 16, Folder 15Monadnock, 1978-1979
Box 16, Folder 16Mondale, Walter and Joan, 1978-1985
Box 16, Folder 17Monks–Morgan, 1948-1984
Box 16, Folder 18Moore, Marianne, 1958-1962
Box 16, Folder 19Moore, Mary, 1963-1980
Box 16, Folder 20Moore, Mary, not dated
Box 16, Folder 21Morgan, Barbara, 1943-1974
Box 16, Folder 22Moriarty, Peter, 1973-1979
Box 16, Folder 23Morris, Robert, 1960-1985
Box 16, Folder 24Morris–Morrison, 1960-1974
Box 16, Folder 25Morrow, William and Co., Inc., 1946-1964
Box 16, Folder 26Morse–Mower, 1953-1983
Box 16, Folder 27Mraz, Marna, 1961-1970
Box 16, Folder 28Ms. Magazine, 1977
Box 16, Folder 29Mueller, Robert, 1953-1967
Box 16, Folder 30Mueller, Robert, 1968-1985
Box 16, Folder 31Muller–Mumar, 1969-1982
Box 16, Folder 32Münchner Stadtmuseum, 1973-1984
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1Murchie–Murray, 1960-1983
Box 17, Folder 2Museum Folkwang–Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1976-1984
Box 17, Folder 3Museum of Modern Art, 1942-1958
Box 17, Folder 4Museum of Modern Art, 1959-1982
Box 17, Folder 5Museum of the American-Indian–Myers, 1951-1981 [folder contains correspondence with Edward S. Muskie, Senator from Maine (1 letter)]
Box 17, Folder 6Nachmansohn–Nashua League of Craftsmen, 1949-1985
Box 17, Folder 7Nathanson–National Retired Teacher’s Association, 1936-1981
Box 17, Folder 8Natural Foods Associates–Natuur, 1963-1984
Box 17, Folder 9Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1959-1964
Box 17, Folder 10Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1965-1971
Box 17, Folder 11Nearing, Helen and Scott, 1973-1985
Box 17, Folder 12Nearing, Helen and Scott, not dated
Box 17, Folder 13Neary–Nevius, 1943-1963
Box 17, Folder 14New Age–New England Biennial, 1948-1985
Box 17, Folder 15New England College, 1972-1983
Box 17, Folder 16New England Document Conservation Center–New Hampshire Alliance, 1976-1979
Box 17, Folder 17New Hampshire Art Association, 1959-1985
Box 17, Folder 18New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions–New Hampshire College, 1977-1982
Box 17, Folder 19New Hampshire Commission on the Arts, 1968-1985
Box 17, Folder 20New Hampshire Committee–New Hampshire Profiles, 1962-1984
Box 17, Folder 21New Hampshire Public Radio–New Yorker, 1937-1980
Box 17, Folder 22Newkirk – Newman, J., 1982-1984
Box 17, Folder 23Newman, Rhoda, 1967-1983
Box 17, Folder 24Newman, Robert–Niethammer, 1939-1978
Box 17, Folder 25Niles, George, 1965-1984
Box 17, Folder 26Nissel, 1955
Box 17, Folder 27Nixon, David L., 1964-1982
Box 17, Folder 28Noble, 1943
Box 17, Folder 29Noel, William P., 1973-1976
Box 17, Folder 30Nolan–Northwestern University, 1947-1983
Box 17, Folder 31Norton, W.W. and Company, 1961-1980
Box 17, Folder 32Nouvel–Nuttall, 1948-1979
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1Ober–Ohio State University, 1943-1977
Box 18, Folder 2Ohio University, 1952-1961
Box 18, Folder 3Olms-Orange Coast College, 1951-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Thomas P. O'Neil ("Tip"), Speaker of the House of Representatives (2 letters)]
Box 18, Folder 4Orden–Oxford University Press, 1946-1978
Box 18, Folder 5Pace Gallery–Panoc, 1944-1981
Box 18, Folder 6Panofsky, Gerda (and Erwin), 1966-1970
Box 18, Folder 7Panoptican Gallery–Patin, 1943-1982
Box 18, Folder 8Patton, Alison, Rayna, and Wendall, 1972-1985
Box 18, Folder 9Paulson, 1981
Box 18, Folder 10Pavon, Jose and Claudia, 1960-1983
Box 18, Folder 11Paynter, Biz and Raymond, 1977-1981
Box 18, Folder 12Peabody, Mary, 1961-1976
Box 18, Folder 13Pearson, Norman Holmes (and Susan), 1938-1974
Box 18, Folder 14Peach-Pearson, E., 1935
Box 18, Folder 15Pearson-Peladeau, 1956-1982
Box 18, Folder 16Peloquin, Marc and Tobelynn, 1977-1984
Box 18, Folder 17Penberthy-Peritz, 1956-1984
Box 18, Folder 18Perk, Edna, 1964-1968
Box 18, Folder 19Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1951-1959
Box 18, Folder 20Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1961-1969
Box 18, Folder 21Perl, Lotte and Carl, 1970-1974
Box 18, Folder 22Perrott, Stanford, 1958-1981
Box 18, Folder 23Peritz–Peters, 1963-1983
Box 18, Folder 24 Petersen, R.P., 1972-1978
Box 18, Folder 25Peterson–Phelps, 1962-1983
Box 18, Folder 26Philadelphia Arts Council, 1975
Box 18, Folder 27Philadelphia–Phillips, 1931-1982
Box 18, Folder 28Phillips Exeter Academy (Myron and Helen Williams), 1938-1982
Box 18, Folder 29Photograph–Photographic Book Company, 1969-1984
Box 18, Folder 30Photographic Resource Center–Physics Today, 1964-1983
Box 18, Folder 31Picard–Pine, 1937-1981
Box 18, Folder 32Pinner, Erna, 1951-1981
Box 18, Folder 33Pinthus–Plus Co., 1950-1982
Box 18, Folder 34Plymouth State College, 1971-1981
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1Pollack, Ruth, 1962-1982
Box 19, Folder 2Pollack, Ruth, 1983-1985
Box 19, Folder 3Pollitzer, 1942-1950
Box 19, Folder 4Polloack, Robert and Jean, 1954-1963
Box 19, Folder 5Pollock-Port Washington, 1937-1983
Box 19, Folder 6Porter, George, 1960-1970
Box 19, Folder 7Post-PPS, 1960-1980
Box 19, Folder 8Pratt-Preziosi, 1964-1984
Box 19, Folder 9Prince, Sidney and Lilli, 1951-1978
Box 19, Folder 10Princeton–Prior, 1975-1983
Box 19, Folder 11Probst, J. Anthony (Frances and Leonard), 1945-1970
Box 19, Folder 12Profiles-Purdom, 1963-1980 [folder contains correspondence with Bonnie Prudden, writer (1 letter)]
Box 19, Folder 13Purvis, Donn and Doris, 1960-1971
Box 19, Folder 14Pushkar-Pyenson, 1945-1981
Box 19, Folder 15Quaker-Quitslund, 1945-1985
Box 19, Folder 16Rabbino-Raiche, 1948-1983
Box 19, Folder 17Raimo, Antonio, 1978-1980
Box 19, Folder 18Raiten-Ratliff, 1952-1982
Box 19, Folder 19von Rauch, Georg, 1973-1974
Box 19, Folder 20von Rauch, Georg, 1975-1983
Box 19, Folder 21Rautert, 1981
Box 19, Folder 22Ravoux, Sophie, 1939-1970
Box 19, Folder 23Reader’s Digest-Redlich, 1960-1977
Box 19, Folder 24Reed, Edward and Mary, 1952-1964
Box 19, Folder 25Reeve-Reisner, 1938-1982
Box 19, Folder 26Reiss, Ellen A., 1957-1976
Box 19, Folder 27Reiss, Hilde, 1958-1980
Box 19, Folder 28Reizenstein-Renger, 1973-1981
Box 19, Folder 29Renger-Patzsch, Albert and Sabine, 1957-1965
Box 19, Folder 30Renger-Patzch, Agnes/Sabine and Renger-Patzch Archiv, 1966-1982
Box 19, Folder 31Reno-Reynal, 1947-1977
Box 19, Folder 32Reynold, Bob and Stephanie, 1961-1975
Box 19, Folder 33Richardson, Carlos, 1975-1985
Box 19, Folder 34Reynolds-Richardson, B., 1930-1983
Box 19, Folder 35Richman-Richmond, 1938-1976
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1Richter, Inge, 1964-1967
Box 20, Folder 2Richter, Inge, 1968-1981
Box 20, Folder 3Rieger-Rinker, 1944-1982
Box 20, Folder 4Rising, Lloyd and Mildred, 1971-1978
Box 20, Folder 5Ritt-Rizzoli, 1982-1984
Box 20, Folder 6Robertson-Roetheli, 1945-1979
Box 20, Folder 7Rogers-Roitgers, 1940-1983
Box 20, Folder 8Roman-Rona, 1945-1953
Box 20, Folder 9Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1944-1946
Box 20, Folder 10Rosa-Rosenthal, 1945-1975
Box 20, Folder 11von Rosenstiel-Rothschild, 1940-1982
Box 20, Folder 12Rottgers, Elisabeth, 1949-1962
Box 20, Folder 13Rottgers, Elisabeth, 1963-1970
Box 20, Folder 14Rottgers, Elisabeth,1972-1983
Box 20, Folder 15Rowe-Roy, 1963-1977
Box 20, Folder 16Royal Society, London-Ryesky, 1945-1985 [folder contains correspondence with Warren Rudman, US Senator from New Hampshire, former Attorney General of New Hampshire (2 letter); Muriel Rukeyser, poet (5 letters); and Beverly and Tom Rush, musicians (6 letters)]]
Box 20, Folder 17Sa’a dah-Saffron, 1942-1977
Box 20, Folder 18Safranski, Kurt S. and Maria, 1947-1961
Box 20, Folder 19Sage, 1974
Box 20, Folder 20Saito, Kiyoshi, 1953-1961
Box 20, Folder 21Salisbury, Elma, 1973
Box 20, Folder 22Salo, Maija and George, 1958-1984
Box 20, Folder 23Saloman-Saltonstall, 1946-1985
Box 20, Folder 24Sammon-Sanders, 1958-1981
Box 20, Folder 25Sanford, Eric, 1959-1984
Box 20, Folder 26Sanford, V., not dated
Box 20, Folder 27San Francisco Museum of Art, 1975-1985
Box 20, Folder 28Seacoast Anti-Pollution League-Sargent, 1959-1977
Box 20, Folder 29Sarton, May, 1959-1965
Box 20, Folder 30Sarton, May, 1966-1983
Box 20, Folder 31Sarton, May, not dated
Box 20, Folder 32Sarton, May, not dated
Box 20, Folder 33Sauerlander, Beate Wachstein, 1965-1981
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1Sarver-Sayer, 1965-1984
Box 21, Folder 2Scanlon-Schaeffer, 1948-1982
Box 21, Folder 3Scharl, Josef and Marianne, 1935-1955 (20)
Box 21, Folder 4Schatski–Schicht, 1948-1983 [folder contains correspondence with Edwin and Mary Scheier, potters (8 letters)]
Box 21, Folder 5Schiller National Museum, 1966-1980
Box 21, Folder 6Schiller National Museum, 1981-1986
Box 21, Folder 7Schlenker-Schmitz, 1951-1983
Box 21, Folder 8Schmoll genannt Eisenworth, J.A. and Helga, 1979-1985
Box 21, Folder 9Schneer-Schneidt, 1930-1972
Box 21, Folder 10Schocken Books, Inc. (Salman Schocken, Theodore Schocken), 1948-1978
Box 21, Folder 11Scholles, The, 1963-1968
Box 21, Folder 12Das Schonste-Schorber, 1958
Box 21, Folder 13Schrag, Karl, 1968-1982
Box 21, Folder 14Schroeder-Schuman, 1950-1980
Box 21, Folder 15Schupp–Schuster, 1979-1984
Box 21, Folder 16Schuyler, Steve, 1978-1985
Box 21, Folder 17Schwabrik-Schwimmer, 1937-1978
Box 21, Folder 18The Sciences, 1979
Box 21, Folder 19Scientific American, 1956-1979
Box 21, Folder 20Scott-Scruton, 1956-1982
Box 21, Folder 21Scribner, Charles and Sons, 1955-1969
Box 21, Folder 22Second Look-Seelig, 1959-1970
Box 21, Folder 23Seewald, Hanna, 1957-1973
Box 21, Folder 24Seldin, Gloria, 1976
Box 21, Folder 25Seley, Jason, 1953-1979
Box 21, Folder 26Seltzer-Senior, 1950-1984
Box 21, Folder 27Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley, 1953-1960
Box 21, Folder 28Seventeen-Shattuck, 1944-1980
Box 21, Folder 29Shaw, Joy and Harry, 1953-1974
Box 21, Folder 30Shearer-Sheiman, 1952-1984
Box 21, Folder 31Sheldon, Donald, 1976-1982
Box 21, Folder 32Shepard, not dated
Box 21, Folder 33Shepard, Beth and Carol Ruth, 1976-1979
Box 21, Folder 34Sherin-Shuster, 1945-1983
Box 21, Folder 35Sides-Sigerist, 1940-1980
Box 21, Folder 36Silverman, Ruth, 1979-1985
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1Simitch-Sims, 1939-1984
Box 22, Folder 2Singer-Skove, 1945-1979
Box 22, Folder 3Skrzeba, Heinz, 1958-1961
Box 22, Folder 4Skrzeba, Heinz, 1962-1965
Box 22, Folder 5Skrzeba, Heinz, 1966-1973
Box 22, Folder 6Slezak-Smith, E., 1946-1981
Box 22, Folder 7Smith, Elliott (Toby), 1970-1981
Box 22, Folder 8Smith, Howard and Beanie, 1949-1964
Box 22, Folder 9Smith, f.- Smith College, 1945-1985
Box 22, Folder 10Smithsonian Institute, 1960-1982
Box 22, Folder 11Smithsonian Magazine-Snitow, C., 1942-1984
Box 22, Folder 12Snitow, Virginia and Ann, 1956-1972
Box 22, Folder 13Snitow, Virginia and Ann, 1973-1985
Box 22, Folder 14Snitow, Virginia and Ann, not dated
Box 22, Folder 15Snitow, Virginia and Ann, not dated
Box 22, Folder 16Sobernheim-Sommerfeld, 1949-1984
Box 22, Folder 17Somogyi, Ladislaus, Anneliese, Cornelia, 1936-1969
Box 22, Folder 18Somogyi, Ladislaus, Anneliese, Cornelia, 1970-1979
Box 22, Folder 19Sonnabend-Sound Image, 1943-1979
Box 22, Folder 20Spanos, Harry V., 1974-1976
Box 22, Folder 21Sparta-Squires, 1943-1984 [folder contains correspondence with Chris Spirou, Democratic candidate for governor of New Hampshire, 1984 (2 letters); Sports Illustrated (3 letters)
Box 22, Folder 22St. Anselm's College-Staley, 1958-1983
Box 22, Folder 23Stanley-Star Island, 1961-1985
Box 22, Folder 24Starr, Nina Howell, 1965-1984
Box 22, Folder 25Starr, P.-State of New Hampshire, 1966-1981
Box 22, Folder 26State of New Hampshire, 1969-1984
Box 22, Folder 27State of New York, 1966
Box 22, Folder 28State University of New York at Albany, 1975-1984
Box 22, Folder 29Standinger-Stein, 1944-1983
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1Steiner, Bridget (Brigitte), 1975-1983
Box 23, Folder 2Steiner, H.-Steinert, M., 1948-1979
Box 23, Folder 3Steinert, Otto, 1954-1970
Box 23, Folder 4Steinert, Otto, 1973-1976
Box 23, Folder 5Steinitz-Stevenson, Adlai E. 1950-1977
Box 23, Folder 6Stewart, Doug and Marge, 1944-1974
Box 23, Folder 7Stewart-Storer, 1929-1962

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. (Isidore Feinstern) Stone and Esther Stone (2), Oct 15, 1937; Dec 8, 1974

Maurice Stone, May 18, 1938

Elizabeth Storer, July 1, 1944

Box 23, Folder 8Stout, George and Margaret, 1965-1977
Box 23, Folder 9Stout, T.M.-Straus, 1943-1981 [folder contains correspondence with St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts (6 letters); Paul and Hazel Strand, photographers (6 letters)
Box 23, Folder 10Strawbery Banke-Sward, 1940-1984 [folder contains correspondence with John Sununu, Governor of New Hampshire, 1982-1988 (4 letters)]
Box 23, Folder 11Swart-Swigget, 1941-1979
Box 23, Folder 12Sylvester, Audrey, 1968-1985
Box 23, Folder 13Sylvester, G.-Szilasi, 1968-1979
Box 23, Folder 14Taft-Tchaikowski, 1947-1982
Box 23, Folder 15Tchobanoglous-Tharp, 1943-1976
Box 23, Folder 16Thimig, Helen, 1964-1974
Box 23, Folder 17This-Thorpe, 1943-1979 [folder contains correspondence with Meldrim Thomson, Jr., governor of New Hampshire, 1974-1978 (1 letter)]
Box 23, Folder 18Thwaites, John, Anthony, and Gitta, 1963-1979
Box 23, Folder 19Tietze-Timken, 1946-1984
Box 23, Folder 20Titcomb, Esther, 1966-1978
Box 23, Folder 21Titelman; Marie (and Hully) Tolander, (3), Dec 1979, Sept 22, 1981, and undated; Train, 1949-1978
Box 23, Folder 22Travis-Truman, Ann 1953-1983
Box 23, Folder 23Tschinkel, J.G., 1964-1974
Box 23, Folder 24Tucker, Ann, 1974-1977
Box 23, Folder 25Tucker, J.-Tyutyunnik, 1952-1984
Box 23, Folder 26Uhr-United Nations, 1938-1963
Box 23, Folder 27United States-Unity College, 1958-1980
Box 23, Folder 28University of Bridgeport-University of California, 1960-1979
Box 23, Folder 29University of Chicago, 1964-1965
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1University of Delaware-University of Lowell, 1960-1983
Box 24, Folder 2University of Maryland, 1973-1978
Box 24, Folder 3University of Maryland, 1979-1980
Box 24, Folder 4University of Maryland, 1981-1985
Box 24, Folder 5University of Massachusetts-University of Michigan, 1979-1985
Box 24, Folder 6University of Missouri (St. Louis), 1979-1982
Box 24, Folder 7University of New Hampshire, 1960-1965
Box 24, Folder 8University of New Hampshire, 1966-1974
Box 24, Folder 9University of New Hampshire, 1975-1978
Box 24, Folder 10 University of New Hampshire, 1979-1981
Box 24, Folder 11University of New Hampshire, 1982-1984
Box 24, Folder 12University of North Carolina-University of Utah, 1967-1983
Box 24, Folder 13Untermeyer, Louis-Ustick, 1938-1980
Box 24, Folder 14Vacca, Frank, 1974-1983
Box 24, Folder 15Valastro, S.C., 1982-1984
Box 24, Folder 16Valentino, Elly, Ernesto, and Dora Lisa, 1966-1982
Box 24, Folder 17Valentino-Vidal, 1941-1981
Box 24, Folder 18Viek, Frieda, 1956-1973
Box 24, Folder 19Viking Penguin, Inc., 1944-1983
Box 24, Folder 20Viola-Vision, 1950-1983
Box 24, Folder 21Vollker-Vorhaus, 1945-1978
Box 24, Folder 22De Vriendt, Stephan and Inel, 1955-1983
Box 24, Folder 23Vychinsky, 1963
Box 24, Folder 24Wabash-Walley, 1953-1985 [folder contains correspondence with George Wald, Nobel Prize winner, 1967 (6 letters)]
Box 24, Folder 25Walmsley, Albert, Roberta, and Elisabeth, 1965-1979
Box 24, Folder 26Walsh-Warner Brothers, 1945-1979
Box 24, Folder 27Warnock-Watson, Joan, 1944-1983
Box 24, Folder 28Watson, John Blair, 1968-1983
Box 24, Folder 29Watterson-Watts, 1968-1978
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1Waugh, Coulton and Odin, 1948-1967
Box 25, Folder 2Waugh, Coulton and Odin, 1972-1985
Box 25, Folder 3WCBS-Weidle, 1976-1977
Box 25, Folder 4Weidler, Charlotte, 1944-1978
Box 25, Folder 5Weigert-Weiner, 1941-1980
Box 25, Folder 6Weinmann, Eden, 1966-1982
Box 25, Folder 7Weinmann, Eric, 1961-1983
Box 25, Folder 8Weinmann, H.-Weisgal, 1940-1985
Box 25, Folder 9Weiss-Westbrook, 1943-1983
Box 25, Folder 10Westmoreland-Wettfish, 1945-1981
Box 25, Folder 11Weymouth, Florence (Fleur), 1972-1984
Box 25, Folder 12WGBH, 1958-1980
Box 25, Folder 13White, Clarence, 1952-1978
Box 25, Folder 14The White House, 1961-1982
Box 25, Folder 15White, Myron-Who's Who, 1950-1978
Box 25, Folder 16von Wicht-Wile, 1947-1978
Box 25, Folder 17Wiley, John and Sons, 1967-1985
Box 25, Folder 18Willard, Charlotte, 1955-1974
Box 25, Folder 19Willard, Helen, 1961-1977
Box 25, Folder 20Willard, I.-Willis, 1945-1984
Box 25, Folder 21Wilson-Wirtz, 1938-1985 [folder contains correspondencew ith Paul Winter, musician, leader of the Paul Winter Consort (6 letters)]
Box 25, Folder 22Wisdom Magazine, 1956-1959
Box 25, Folder 23Wise, Kelly, 1966-1985
Box 25, Folder 24Wise, S.-Witebsky, 1937-1948
Box 25, Folder 25The Witkin Gallery, 1976-1984
Box 25, Folder 26Witt-Wittgenstein, 1948-1980
Box 25, Folder 27Wittmer, Felix, 1934-1945
Box 25, Folder 28Witty-Wolf, D., 1931-1982 [folder contains correspondence with WNAC, Channel 7, Boston (4 letters), WNEV (1 letter); WNET, Channel 13, New York (7 letters)]
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1Wolf, Lola, 1953-1962
Box 26, Folder 2Wolf, Lola, 1963-1971
Box 26, Folder 3Wolf, William, 1937-1971
Box 26, Folder 4Wolff-Wolheim, 1947-1977
Box 26, Folder 5Woman-Women's Supportive Services, 1973-1982
Box 26, Folder 6Wood-World University Library, 1943-1984
Box 26, Folder 7Worth Publishers, 1966-1983
Box 26, Folder 8Wright-Wunderhorn, 1947-1983
Box 26, Folder 9Wundt, Felicia, 1955-1971
Box 26, Folder 10Wuthenow, Ursala, 1963-1984
Box 26, Folder 11Yale-YMCA, 1949-1984
Box 26, Folder 12Zabriskie-Zahn, 1976-1982
Box 26, Folder 13Zanes, Hope (& Bill Finney)-Zeoli, 1958-1982
Box 26, Folder 14Ziffrin, Marilyn, 1976-1985
Box 26, Folder 15Ziler-Zimmerman, 1961-1985
Box 26, Folder 16Zuckermann, Erich and Annedore, 1953-1976
Box 26, Folder 17von Zuhlsdorf-Zurcher, 1976-1979
Box 26, Folder 18Unidentified, 1924-1959
Box 26, Folder 19Unidentified, 1960-1965
Box 26, Folder 20Unidentified, 1966-1969
Box 26, Folder 21Unidentified, 1970-1979
Box 26, Folder 22Unidentified, 1980-1984
Box 26, Folder 23Unidentified, undated
Box 26, Folder 24Unidentified, undated
Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1Illegible signatures
Box 27, Folder 2Illegible signatures
Box 27, Folder 3Incomplete letters
Box 27, Folder 4Political materials, Democratic Party, 1970-1980
Box 27, Folder 5Political publications: National Democrat & NH Democrat, 1972-1980
Box 27, Folder 6Reports of the NH Democratic Party Study Forum, 1968-1970
Box 27, Folder 7A-B, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 8Brooke, David S., other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 9C-E, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 10F, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 11G, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 12H, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 13I-L, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 14M, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 15N-R, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 16S, other correspondence
Box 27, Folder 17T-Y, other correspondence

Series II: Correspondence from Lotte Jacobi, 1932-1976

(2 Boxes)
Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1A-Bar

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); Barkley (1)

Box 28, Folder 2Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1957-1961 (36)
Box 28, Folder 3Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1962-1967 (39)
Box 28, Folder 4Bauman, Irma & Mordecai, 1968-1971, and undated (11)
Box 28, Folder 5Be-Bu

"Bemchen" (the Jacobi family's cook and maid), Sept 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); Nancy Bush (1)

Box 28, Folder 6C

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); Hildy Cummings (1)

Box 28, Folder 7D

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); E.P. Dutton (Harry Shaw) (1)

Box 28, Folder 8E

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)

Box 28, Folder 9F

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); Futter (1)

Box 28, Folder 10Ga-Ge

Gaehde (2); Gatih (1); Esther Gauss (1); George Eastman House International Museum of Photography (1); German (1), German Pension (8)

Box 28, Folder 11Gi-Gu

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); Ernest Guteman (1)

Box 28, Folder 12H

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); Senator Hubert Humphrey (1)

Box 28, Folder 13I-Ke

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); Ray Ketcham (1)

Box 28, Folder 14Ki-Ku

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); Eleanor Kubie (1)

Box 28, Folder 15L

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); Lushbough (2)

Box 28, Folder 16McCarthy-McGovern

Senator Eugene McCarthy (1); Ruthie McCollester (4); Ken McCormick (4); Dan McCullough (1); MacDowell Colony (1); Marshall MacDuffie (1); Senator George McGovern (2)

Box 28, Folder 17Senator Thomas McIntyre, 1971-1975 (25)
Box 28, Folder 18Ma-Mu

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); Museum of Modern Art (New York) (John Szarkowski) (3)

Box 28, Folder 19N

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); Nkjyo, 1955-1979

Box 28, Folder 20O-P

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); Pushkar (2)

Box 28, Folder 21R

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); Ruprecht (1)

Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1Sa-Sh

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); Shirley Sharkey (secretary to Buckminster Fuller) (1)

Box 29, Folder 2Sh-Sto

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); Stolper (1)

Box 29, Folder 3Steinert, Otto, 1973 (15)
Box 29, Folder 4Steinert, Otto, 1974-1976 and undated (19)
Box 29, Folder 5Sto-U

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); Ullstein Bilder Dienst (4)

Box 29, Folder 6W

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); Woody Crest Farm (1)

Box 29, Folder 7Y-Z

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); Ben Zwi (1)

Box 29, Folder 8Unidentified 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(?); unidentifiable fragments

Box 29, Folder 9Letters 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); 5 unidentified

Box 29, Folder 10Letters 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); John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1)

Series III: Personal Files, 1898-1985

(3 Bboxes)

Additional awards are located in Oversize Box 1. Additional sketches and prints by Jacobi are located in Oversize Box 2.

Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1Awards, 1974, University of New Hampshire
Box 30, Folder 2Awards, 1974, UNH commencement photos
Box 30, Folder 3Awards, 1978, New England College
Box 30, Folder 4Awards, 1982, Colby-Sawyer College
Box 30, Folder 5Awards, 1982, New Hampshire College, commencement photos
Box 30, Folder 6Awards, 1982, various awards
Box 30, Folder 7Awards, 1984, Rivier College
Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1Awards, 1941-1981
Box 31, Folder 2Awards, 1983-1984
Box 31, Folder 3"Berlin - New York," 1982
Box 31, Folder 4Biographical sketches
Box 31, Folder 5Paul Caponigro, speech, 1967
Box 31, Folder 6Curriculum vitae, 1984
Box 31, Folder 7Deering Conservation Commission
Box 31, Folder 8Democratic Party, 1972-1980
Box 31, Folder 9Diary (loose leaves), 1935-1976
Box 31, Folder 10Direction [exiled German writers], December 1939
Box 31, Folder 11Editorials, 1970-1983
Box 31, Folder 12Eightieth-birthday guest register
Box 31, Folder 13"Albert Einstein Birthday Centennial," portfolio, 1978-1979
Box 31, Folder 14"The Farmer Feeds Us All," speech
Box 31, Folder 15Gifts
Box 31, Folder 16Gifts, Channel 2 [WGBH] Auction, 1981-1986
Box 31, Folder 17Gifts, University of New Hampshire photo archive, 1981
Box 31, Folder 18Honig, Kaufmann Siegbert, legal papers, 1924-1926
Box 31, Folder 19 Honorary degrees, 1974-1984
Box 31, Folder 20Jacobi family information, 1898-1935
Box 31, Folder 21Lotte Jacobi, newsclippings, 1979-1980
Box 31, Folder 22Lotte Jacobi, galley proofs, 1978
Box 31, Folder 23Lotte Jacobi, proof, first draft
Box 31, Folder 24Lotte Jacobi, proof, second draft
Box 31, Folder 25Lotte Jacobi, miscellaneous, 1979
Box 31, Folder 26"Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," guest register, 1979
Box 32
Box 32, Folder 1"Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," newsclippings, 1979-1984
Box 32, Folder 2"Lotte Jacobi: A Film Portrait," miscellaneous, 1978-1984
Box 32, Folder 3"Lotte Jacobi: Theater and Dance Photographs," 1982-1984
Box 32, Folder 4Kisch, Egon Erwin (1885-1948), German postage stamp, 1985
Box 32, Folder 5Lectures, conferences, and workshops, 1965-1979
Box 32, Folder 6Lectures, conferences, and workshops, 1980-1983
Box 32, Folder 7Miscellaneous lectures and speeches
Box 32, Folder 8Legal documents, 1931-1979
Box 32, Folder 9"Light Pictures"
Box 32, Folder 10Memberships, various groups and organizations, 1931-1984
Box 32, Folder 11Miscellaneous, 1937-1983
Box 32, Folder 12Miscellaneous
Box 32, Folder 13New Hampshire Commission for the Arts, 1976
Box 32, Folder 14"New Hampshire Perspectives"
Box 32, Folder 15Notes, miscellaneous
Box 32, Folder 16Peru trip, 1977
Box 32, Folder 17"Photogenics, portfolio," aperture [10:1], 1962
Box 32, Folder 18"The Photographics Workshop"
Box 32, Folder 19Political, newspaper clippings, 1976-1983
Box 32, Folder 20Political, miscellaneous, 1968-1981
Box 32, Folder 21Publications, miscellaneous, 1947-1983
Box 32, Folder 22Radio and television programs, 1964-1980
Box 32, Folder 23"Recollections - Ten Women of Photography," 1979-1980
Box 32, Folder 24Reiss, Erich, exhibit, 1969
Box 32, Folder 25Reiss, Erich, legal documents
Box 32, Folder 26Sketches of Lotte Jacobi (pencil, ink, chalk), 1975-1985
Box 32, Folder 27Soroptimist Club of New York City, 1938-1939
Box 32, Folder 28Staatliche Hohere Fachschule fur Phototechnik in Munchen, 1927
Box 32, Folder 29 "Thoughts on Photography"
Box 32, Folder 30United States citizenship information
Box 32, Folder 31German passports,1925, 1935 and United States passports, 1961-1980
Box 32, Folder 32University of New Hampshire, class, 1961-1962

Series IV: Daybooks, 1932-1985

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

Series V: Ledgers and Account Books, 1935-1970

(1 Box)
Box 38
Box 38, Folder 1Ledgers and account books, 1935-1939
Box 38, Folder 2Ledgers and account books, 1935 and 1940
Box 38, Folder 3Ledgers and account books, 1940-1946
Box 38, Folder 4 Ledgers and account books, 1947-1951
Box 38, Folder 5 Ledgers and account books, 1952-1970

Series VI: Lotte Jacobi Exhibits, 1930-1984

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

Series VII: Dust Jackets and Programs with Photos Taken by Lotte Jacobi

(1 Box)
Box 43
Box 43, Folder 1Scrapbook of book jackets
Box 43, Folder 2Book jackets and programs
Box 43, Folder 3Book jackets and programs
Box 43, Folder 4Book jackets and programs
Box 43, Folder 5Book jackets and programs

Series VIII: Biographical materials about Lotte Jacobi, 1937-2000

(1 Box)
Box 44
Box 44, Folder 1Bacon, Richard M., "Lotte Jacobi," Yankee Magazine, August 1976.
Box 44, Folder 2Beck, Tom, "`I Remember Einstein,'" University of Maryland Magazine, Spring 1979
Box 44, Folder 3Carlson, Martha, "Lotte Jacobi: Still Unpredictable at 89," Business New Hampshire, November 1985.
Box 44, Folder 4 Deschin, Jacob, "Lotte Jacobi: Photographic Psychedelics," Popular Photography, July 1967
Box 44, Folder 5Dorfman, Elsa, "An Interview with Lotte Jacobi," New Boston Review, Fall 1977
Box 44, Folder 6Fardelmann, 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

Box 44, Folder 7 Goldberg, Ellen S. "Lotte Jacobi: Photographer," senior project, Skidmore College, November 1982
Box 44, Folder 8 Goldberg, Vicki, "Lotte Jacobi," American Photographer, March 1979
Box 44, Folder 9Hunter, Beatrice Trum, "Some Vignettes of Lotte Jacobi," unpublished typed manuscript, 2000
Box 44, Folder 10Karanikas, Alexander, "Lotte Jacobi's Place," New Hampshire Profiles, April 1972
Box 44, Folder 11Karasek, Hellmuth, "Lotte Jacobi or Critical Innocence," 1978
Box 44, Folder 12Katz, Leo, "Photogenics and Lotte Jacobi," not dated
Box 44, Folder 13Kempe, Fritz, "Lotte Jacobi und ihre Photogenics," Moderne Fototechnik, December 1973
Box 44, Folder 14Kempe, Fritz, "Portraits - come what may," Leica Fotografie, 1982
Box 44, Folder 15Kramer, Frederick C., "Home Portraiture Journalistic Style," August 1965
Box 44, Folder 16Larue, Alan, "Lotte Jacobi: The Soul Perceived," Decade, January 1979
Box 44, Folder 17Levine, V.A., taped interview (2 cassettes), 1975
Box 44, Folder 18McDonald, D., taped interview, (7.5IPS reel), June 30, 1964
Box 44, Folder 19Mitchell, Margaretta, "The Woman's Eye: Four Great Photographers," 50 Plus, December 1981
Box 44, Folder 20New York Times Magazine, "Lotte Jacobi: Born with a Photographer's Eye," September 1979
Box 44, Folder 21Parson, Ann, "Lotte Jacobi," July 1977
Box 44, Folder 22Parson, Ann, "Lotte Jacobi, Camera Artist," New England [Boston Globe], October 16, 1977
Box 44, Folder 23"Women in Photography," Pentax Photography 1978, 2
Box 44, Folder 24Pfanner, Helmut and Gary Samson, "Lotte Jacobi: German Photographer and Portraitist in Exile," The Germanic Review, Vol. LXII No. 3 [Summer 1987]
Box 44, Folder 25Phillips, Sandra S., Center Quarterly, Vol. 3 No. 1
Box 44, Folder 26Shigemori, H., "The Photo Work of Lotte Jacobi," Ideas, December 1964
Box 44, Folder 27Warnock, Phyllis K., "Home of the Month," New Hampshire Profiles, October 1963
Box 44, Folder 28Wheeler, Susan, "What Chance Did She Have!"
Box 44, Folder 29Wise, Kelly, "Gentle Persuasions and a Benign Predator's Eye," 1978
Box 44, Folder 30Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 31Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 32Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 33Newspaper clippings, 1976-1977:

"Article Subject," [notice of interview by Richard Bacon that appeared in Yankee Magazine (see box 44, f.1), 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(?).

Box 44, Folder 34Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 35Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 36Newspaper clippings, 1982:

"VIEWS/News" (includes photograph of Lotte), Views, Vol. 3 no.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

Box 44, Folder 37Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 38Newspaper 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

Box 44, Folder 39Miscellaneous, 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.

Box 44, Folder 40Lotti Jacobi: A Film Portrait DVD by Gary Sampson

Series IX: Exhibits at Jacobi Gallery and Jacobi Place, 1953-1968

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

Series X: Written Works Inscribed to Lotte Jacobi, 1938-1983

(1 Box)
Box 47
Box 47, Folder 1Anderson, Roy R., "Changing Perceptions in the Corporate World," draft of a chapter in What I Have Learned, edited by Michael Marien, 1984
Box 47, Folder 2Bernheimer, Alan W., "The Poetry of Photography," unpublished essay, 1977
Box 47, Folder 3Birnbaum, Milton, "Highlights of the QEAS [Quantum Electronics Application Society] - IEEE China Study Group," 1983
Box 47, Folder 4Brand, 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"

Box 47, Folder 5Brand, 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" (July 3, 1967); "Winkleman's Baby"

Box 47, Folder 6 Brown, Robert Morgan, four poems, 1956-1964
Box 47, Folder 7 Dore, Wade Van, "Native to the Grain," Yankee, August 1970, pp. 172-175
Box 47, Folder 8Fern, 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
Box 47, Folder 9Graf, Heinrich, printed essay in German, Summer 1950; two printed articles about Graf - Bayern-Journal, n.d. and München Mosaik, July/Aug 1982
Box 47, Folder 10Gross, 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"

Box 47, Folder 11Grossman, 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
Box 47, Folder 12Kantor, Jayne, review of "Elsa' Housebook" by Elsa Dorfman, Godine, 1974
Box 47, Folder 13Karanikas, Alexander, poem "Portrait: For Lotte Jacobi," Sept 12, 1979 [7 copies]
Box 47, Folder 14Kempe, 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
Box 47, Folder 15King, 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
Box 47, Folder 16Kowski, 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.
Box 47, Folder 17LaVilla - Havelin, Jim, poem: "Three Portraits" (the third of which is "Jacobi's Robert Frost," Nov 1980
Box 47, Folder 18McGinn, 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
Box 47, Folder 19Metzig, Erica, Steven Rosenberg and Mark Ast, "Asymmetry in Face Orientation," reprint from Perceptual and Motor Skills, pp.83-91, 1974
Box 47, Folder 20Moriarty, Peter, "Private Relationships and Public Photographs: A Study of Stieglitz, Callahan and Gowin"
Box 47, Folder 21Mueller, 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
Box 47, Folder 22Nearing, Helen, article about the Nearings by Christopher Fahy, n.d.
Box 47, Folder 23Niles, George L., unpublished poems, Christmas 1979
Box 47, Folder 24Pitcher, Oliver, The Dust of Silence, Troubadour Press, 1958
Box 47, Folder 25Pratt, Charles W., poem: "Relativity," typed version and printed as appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, Jan. 1983.
Box 47, Folder 26Robinson, Gary P., "The Nut is Still in the Shell," promotional brochure, [1978]
Box 47, Folder 27Sarton, May, "A Portrait of Lotte Jacobi," typed mss. with inked corrections, Nov 15, 1972
Box 47, Folder 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

Box 47, Folder 29 Sawyer, Charles, typed essay: "Three Peaches: One Sweet, Two Sour," undated
Box 47, Folder 30Schiller, Joseph and Tetty, offprint of "La Bibliothèque et les lectures de Claude Bernard," December 8, 1965 [in French]
Box 47, Folder 31 Schwartz, Thomas M., poems, "America, The Way It Is," 1975?
Box 47, Folder 32 Sheldon, Don, two poems: "Stonesounds," 1978; and "Afterwards," undated
Box 47, Folder 33Snitow, Virginia L., "The Survivor," undated
Box 47, Folder 34Teltscher, 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
Box 47, Folder 35Wald, Dr. George, "A generation in search of a future," reprint from The Boston Globe, Saturday, March 8, 1969
Box 47, Folder 36 Wynner, Edith, "Macaroni and Blue Paint: Some Thoughts on United Nations Policing," 1957
Box 47, Folder 37 Ziffrin, Marilyn J., "Carl Ruggles: Music Critic," reprinted from The American Music Teacher, Feb/March 1983, pp. 42-46
Box 47, Folder 38Signature illegible, "Mémorial Du Martyr Juif Inconnu," Paris 1956

Series XI: Photographs, 1897-1985

(16 Boxes)

Subseries A: Photographs of Lotte Jacobi, 1897-1985

Additional photos of Lotte Jacobi can be found in Oversize Box 4.

Box 48
Box 48, Folder 1Photo album, 1897-1919
Box 48, Folder 2Loose photos from album, 1897-1919
Box 49
Box 49, Folder 1Lotte as a baby and child
Box 49, Folder 2Lotte as a young girl (folder 1 of 2)
Box 49, Folder 3Lotte as a young girl (folder 2 of 2)
Box 49, Folder 3Lotte as a young woman
Box 49, Folder 4Lotte's wedding, 1916
Box 49, Folder 5Lotte with her son John
Box 49, Folder 6Photo album, 1920-1921
Box 49, Folder 7 Lotte at a masquerade party, 1926
Box 49, Folder 8Lotte in Russia, 1932-1933
Box 49, Folder 9Pre-1935, miscellaneous
Box 49, Folder 10Pre-1935, miscellaneous
Box 49, Folder 11Pre-1935, miscellaneous
Box 49, Folder 12Pre-1935, miscellaneous
Box 50
Box 50, Folder 11955, taken by Frank Bauer
Box 50, Folder 21955 (?), Robert M. Lewis
Box 50, Folder 31956
Box 50, Folder 41961
Box 50, Folder 51962
Box 50, Folder 61963
Box 50, Folder 71964
Box 50, Folder 81966
Box 50, Folder 91967
Box 50, Folder 101968
Box 50, Folder 111969
Box 50, Folder 121970
Box 50, Folder 131971
Box 50, Folder 141972
Box 50, Folder 151973
Box 50, Folder 161974
Box 50, Folder 171974 with Ute Eskildsen and Timm
Box 51
Box 51, Folder 11974, University of New Hampshire commencement
Box 51, Folder 21975
Box 51, Folder 31976
Box 51, Folder 41977
Box 51, Folder 51978
Box 51, Folder 61979
Box 51, Folder 71979
Box 51, Folder 81979, exhibit of "Recollections - Ten Women of Photography"
Box 51, Folder 91979, eightieth-birthday party
Box 52
Box 52, Folder 11980
Box 52, Folder 21980, St. Louis, Missouri
Box 52, Folder 31981
Box 52, Folder 41981
Box 52, Folder 51981, Schiller National Museum exhibit
Box 52, Folder 61982, taken by Diana J.M. Davies
Box 52, Folder 71982
Box 52, Folder 81982
Box 52, Folder 91983
Box 52, Folder 101983
Box 52, Folder 111983
Box 53
Box 53, Folder 11983
Box 53, Folder 21984
Box 53, Folder 31984
Box 53, Folder 41984
Box 53, Folder 51985
Box 53, Folder 6Lotte with various politicians, 1968-1985
Box 53, Folder 7Miscellaneous, not dated (1935-1950s)
Box 53, Folder 8Miscellaneous, not dated (1950s-1960s)
Box 53, Folder 9Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s)
Box 54
Box 54, Folder 1Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s)
Box 54, Folder 2Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s)
Box 54, Folder 3Miscellaneous, not dated (1970s-1980s)
Box 54, Folder 4Miscellaneous, not dated (1980s)
Box 54, Folder 5Taken by Jack Adams, not dated
Box 54, Folder 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

Box 54, Folder 7

e.1 Taken by Joyce Creamer

e.2 Taken by Joyce Creamer

e.3 Taken by Joyce Creamer

Box 54, Folder 8e.1 Taken by Richard Dempsey - Barbara Flaherty
Box 54, Folder 9e.1 Garrett - Greenhauer, Rita
Box 54, Folder 10e.1 Taken by John Huizinga - L.R. MacLellan
Box 54, Folder 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

Box 54, Folder 12e.1 Taken by Gary Samson - Byron Shoemaker
Box 54, Folder 13e.1 Taken by Dan Talbert - Hope Zanes

Subseries B: Photographs of Lotte Jacobi's Home

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

Subseries C: Photographs of Lotte Jacobi's Exhibits

Box 56
Box 56, Folder 11947, Norlyst Gallery (New York)
Box 56, Folder 21957, Sharon
Box 56, Folder 31960, University of New Hampshire
Box 56, Folder 41963, Gallery 303 (photos by Frank Bauer)
Box 56, Folder 51967, New York
Box 56, Folder 61972, Manchester (NH) Institute of the Arts (photos by Peter Moriarty)
Box 56, Folder 71973, Essen, Germany
Box 56, Folder 81974, Photos by Nina Howell Starr
Box 56, Folder 91977, Hamburg, Germany
Box 56, Folder 101979, Photos by William Roy
Box 56, Folder 111980, Photos by Nina Howell Starr
Box 56, Folder 121981, Munich, Photos by Werner Hiebel
Box 56, Folder 131981, Munich (photos by Fritz Kempe)
Box 56, Folder 141982, Northeastern University (photos by Ethel Stevens)
Box 56, Folder 151982, (photos by Jon Reis)
Box 56, Folder 16Not dated, New Hampshire Art Association
Box 56, Folder 17Not dated, "Portraits and Photogenics"
Box 56, Folder 18Not dated, Rotary International (1968 or 1974)
Box 56, Folder 19Unidentified
Box 56, Folder 20Unidentified
Box 56, Folder 21Unidentified
Box 56, Folder 22Unidentified
Box 56, Folder 23Unidentified
Box 57
Box 57, Folder 1Jacobi Studio (photos by Frank H. Bauer)
Box 57, Folder 2Jacobi Studio (photos by Frank H. Bauer)

Subseries D: Photographs of Other People

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

Subseries E: Work by Other Photographers

Box 59
Box 59, Folder 1Bauer, Frank H. (photos of relatives and friends, 1970s)
Box 59, Folder 2Bauer, Frank H. (Leisure Village, 1970s)
Box 59, Folder 3Bauer, Frank H. ("Mastadon," 1971 exhibit of Leo Katz)
Box 59, Folder 4Bauer, Frank H.
Box 59, Folder 5Bauer, Frank H.
Box 59, Folder 6Beck, Tim - Brown, Robert M.
Box 59, Folder 7Carton, John - Cooke
Box 59, Folder 8Egone, Egon - Eskildsen, Ute
Box 59, Folder 9Finney, Bill - Fowle, Steve
Box 59, Folder 10Fenn, Gene
Box 59, Folder 11Frajndlich, 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

Box 59, Folder 12Gerngross - Glynn, Michael
Box 59, Folder 13Gravenhorst, Hein
Box 60
Box 60, Folder 1Hartwett, Lon - Olivia, Henry
Box 60, Folder 2Haberman, Jim
Box 60, Folder 3Hunting
Box 60, Folder 4Jacobi, Atelier
Box 60, Folder 5Jacobi, Franz
Box 60, Folder 6Kanaga - Kunst
Box 60, Folder 7Lambert - Lazarus
Box 60, Folder 8LeRoy, A
Box 60, Folder 9Mannaque - Moriarty, Peter
Box 60, Folder 10MacLean, Esther Titcomb
Box 60, Folder 11Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Box 60, Folder 12Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Box 60, Folder 13Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Box 60, Folder 14Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Box 61
Box 61, Folder 1Moser, Lida
Box 61, Folder 2Naumenkov (photo of Robert Frost in Russia)
Box 61, Folder 3Newman, David
Box 61, Folder 4Palniks - Petrich
Box 61, Folder 5Reinhold - Rottgers
Box 61, Folder 6Sage - Szonji
Box 61, Folder 7Schels, Walter
Box 61, Folder 8Shepard, Beth
Box 61, Folder 9Shepard, Carol Ruth
Box 61, Folder 10Sipprell, Clara
Box 61, Folder 11Valentro
Box 61, Folder 12Wagner - Weymouth
Box 61, Folder 13Unidentified photos of a Pacific island
Box 61, Folder 14Unidentified photos of the USSR
Box 61, Folder 15Unidentified people
Box 61, Folder 16Unidentified places
Box 62
Box 62, Folder 1Views of Thorn, Germany
Box 62, Folder 2Views of Thorn, Germany
Box 62, Folder 3Views of Thorn, Germany
Box 62, Folder 4Views of Thorn, Germany
Box 62, Folder 5Views of Thorn, Germany

Series XII: Miscellaneous

Box 63
35 copper engravings

Series XIII: Additional materials from Beatrice Trum Hunter and UNH Media Services ,

Beatrice Trum Hunter was a public school teacher and author of the first natural food cookbook in America. She wrote many books and articles crusading for organic food. Her professional materials are preserved in Boston University’s Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center. Beatrice’s relationship to this collection is that she was Lotte Jacobi’s ex-daughter-in-law. She spent years with Lotte and in later years became Lotte’s caretaker.

Box 64
Biographical material and obituaries for Lotte Jacobi; correspondence to and from Lotte, materials about Lotte’s career (some in german); Misc. photos of Lotte 1967 – 1988; preliminary translation of the book “Russland 1932/33 : Moskau, Tadschikistan, Usbekistan”.
Box 65
Biographical material and obituaries for Beatrice Trum Hunter; correspondence to and from Beatrice Trum Hunter; from the UNH Media Services there is correspondence on where Lotte Jacobi images are being used; a few notes on the of making of the “Lotte Jacobi: a Film Portrait” produced by UNH with copies of it on compact disc and VHS tape.
Box 66
Albert Einstein Calendars, newspaper articles, posters and book covers.

Series XIV: Oversized Material

(10 Oversized Boxes)

Subseries A: 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

Subseries B: Photographs

Subseries 1: Of Jacobi

Oversize Box 5
Oversize Box 5, Folder 1Lotte with pet dog
Oversize Box 5, Folder 2Lotte as a child with Ruth (sister)
Oversize Box 5, Folder 3Lotte as a young woman
Oversize Box 5, Folder 4Lotte as a young woman
Oversize Box 5, Folder 5Lotte as a young woman
Oversize Box 5, Folder 6Taken by Armstrong, Martha
Oversize Box 5, Folder 7Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955
Oversize Box 5, Folder 8Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955
Oversize Box 5, Folder 9Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955
Oversize Box 5, Folder 10Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955
Oversize Box 5, Folder 11Taken by Bauer, Frank H., 1955
Oversize Box 5, Folder 12Taken by Egone, Egon, 1978
Oversize Box 5, Folder 13Taken by Eslick, Hart, 1981
Oversize Box 5, Folder 14Taken by Frajndlich, Abe, 1976
Oversize Box 5, Folder 15Taken by Gilbert, Jon, n.d.
Oversize Box 5, Folder 16Taken by Kather, Jan 1982
Oversize Box 5, Folder 17Taken by Kempe, Fritz, 1980
Oversize Box 5, Folder 18Taken by Levine, B., 1976
Oversize Box 5, Folder 19Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977
Oversize Box 5, Folder 20Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977
Oversize Box 5, Folder 21Taken by Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1977
Oversize Box 5, Folder 22Taken by Moody, J.D., n.d.
Oversize Box 5, Folder 23Taken by Moody, J.D., 1975
Oversize Box 5, Folder 24Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984
Oversize Box 5, Folder 25Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984
Oversize Box 5, Folder 26Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984
Oversize Box 5, Folder 27Taken by Morey, Randy, 1984
Oversize Box 5, Folder 28Moriarty, Peter, 1975-1977
Oversize Box 5, Folder 29Taken by Reeve, Kitty, 1982
Oversize Box 5, Folder 30Taken by Richard, Greg, ca. 1971-1972
Oversize Box 5, Folder 31Taken by R--, Nancy, n.d.
Oversize Box 5, Folder 32Taken by Shepard, Beth, 1976
Oversize Box 5, Folder 33Taken by Spasko, Cynthia, 1980
Oversize Box 5, Folder 34Unidentified
Oversize Box 5, Folder 35Unidentified
Oversize Box 5, Folder 36Unidentified
Oversize Box 5, Folder 37Unidentified

Subseries 2: Of Jacobi Exhibits

Oversize Box 6
Oversize Box 6, Folder 1Photo album of Jacobi Gallery by Frank H. Bauer, 1955

Subseries 3: Of Other People

Oversize Box 6, Folder 2Jacobi, Samuel
Oversize Box 6, Folder 3Jacobi, Samuel

Subseries 4: Works by Other Photographers

Oversize Box 6, Folder 4Adams, John P., 1964
Oversize Box 6, Folder 5Asehany, J.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 6Bafford, Edward L.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 7Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 8Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 9Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 10Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 11Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 12Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 13Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 14Bauer, Frank H.
Oversize Box 6, Folder 15Bauer, Frank H., portfolio
Oversize Box 6, Folder 16Britanbach, Josef, 1944
Oversize Box 6, Folder 17Bourdeau, Robert
Oversize Box 6, Folder 18Bourdeau, Robert
Oversize Box 6, Folder 19Bourgeois, Ulvie
Oversize Box 6, Folder 20Carey, Bobbi, 1978
Oversize Box 6, Folder 21Charles, Douglas
Oversize Box 6, Folder 22Enos, Chris, 1976
Oversize Box 6, Folder 23Enos, Chris, 1978
Oversize Box 6, Folder 24Enos, Chris, 1979
Oversize Box 6, Folder 25Egone, Egon, 1977
Oversize Box 6, Folder 26Egone, Egon, 1978
Oversize Box 6, Folder 27Fenn, Gene
Oversize Box 6, Folder 28Fenn, Gene, 1955
Oversize Box 6, Folder 29Fenn, Gene, 1955
Oversize Box 6, Folder 30Finn, David
Oversize Box 6, Folder 31-37Frajndlich, Abe, 1973-1976 (mostly of Minor White)
Oversize Box 6, Folder 38Frescot, Janet, 1981
Oversize Box 6, Folder 39Frescot, Janet, 1981
Oversize Box 6, Folder 40Gallagher, Carole
Oversize Box 7
Oversize Box 7, Folder 1Glynn, Michael, 1982
Oversize Box 7, Folder 2Glynn, Michael, 1982
Oversize Box 7, Folder 3Glynn, Michael, 1982
Oversize Box 7, Folder 4Glynn, Michael, 1982
Oversize Box 7, Folder 5Graham, Anthony, 1966
Oversize Box 7, Folder 6Graham, Anthony, 1968
Oversize Box 7, Folder 7Gravenhorst, Hein
Oversize Box 7, Folder 8Gravenhorst, Hein
Oversize Box 7, Folder 9Gravenhorst, Hein
Oversize Box 7, Folder 10Gravenhorst, Hein
Oversize Box 7, Folder 11Haberman, Jim, 1977
Oversize Box 7, Folder 12Hartwett, Lon
Oversize Box 7, Folder 13Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 14Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 15Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 16Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 17Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 18Kankas, Martin
Oversize Box 7, Folder 19King, B.A., 1967
Oversize Box 7, Folder 20Kloke, Al, 1968
Oversize Box 7, Folder 21Lincoln, J.D., 1973
Oversize Box 7, Folder 22Locey, Jean
Oversize Box 7, Folder 23Lyton, Peter, 1975
Oversize Box 7, Folder 24MacEachran, David F.
Oversize Box 7, Folder 25MacLean, Esther Titcomb
Oversize Box 8
Oversize Box 8, Folder 1Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 2Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 3Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 4Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 5Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 6Manahan, W.H., Jr.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 7Marlowe, Martin, 1983
Oversize Box 8, Folder 8Maywald Photo
Oversize Box 8, Folder 9Maywald Photo
Oversize Box 8, Folder 10Mendelsohn, David
Oversize Box 8, Folder 11Mitchell, Margaretta K., 1975
Oversize Box 8, Folder 12Nichols, Ruth A.
Oversize Box 8, Folder 13Pettenande
Oversize Box 8, Folder 14Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 15Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 16Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 17Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 18Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 19Powers, A. Merrell
Oversize Box 8, Folder 20Randall, Peter
Oversize Box 8, Folder 21Randall, Peter
Oversize Box 8, Folder 22Rosenberg, J., 1976
Oversize Box 8, Folder 23Roy, William
Oversize Box 8, Folder 24Roy, William
Oversize Box 8, Folder 25Roy, William
Oversize Box 8, Folder 26Seewold, Howard
Oversize Box 8, Folder 27Shepard, Beth, 1977
Oversize Box 8, Folder 28Smith, Frank D., 1983
Oversize Box 8, Folder 29Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 30Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 31Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 32Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 33Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 34Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 35Spenser, Paul
Oversize Box 8, Folder 36Stewart, ?, 1965
Oversize Box 8, Folder 37Sweet, Ozzie
Oversize Box 8, Folder 38Trostel, Rosemaria
Oversize Box 8, Folder 39Trostel, Rosemaria
Oversize Box 8, Folder 40Whiting, Jodi
Oversize Box 8, Folder 41Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 42Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 43Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 44Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 45Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 46Unidentified
Oversize Box 8, Folder 47Unidentified

Subseries C: Miscellaneous

Oversize Box 9
Includes posters, awards, calendars, and ephemera.
Oversize Box 10
Matted prints of photographs taken by Jacobi
  • 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
  • John Hunter & Beatrice Trum Hunter (gift from Gary Granoff)
Oversize Box 11
Matted prints of photographs taken by Jacobi, and one unmatted print.
  • 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, photographer, 1965
  • Henri Barbusse, French writer (unmatted)
  • Dancer in the palm of a hand superimposed on a photogenic (unmatted)