Sales record for works of art sold during the Traveling Exhibition, 1927-1928. Listed are the artist, title of work, price, exhibiting organization, and buyer. See also: Sales record : Traveling Show (wscg.0535).
Sales record (draft) for works of art sold during the Traveling Exhibition, 1927-1928. Indicates prices and locations. Includes handwritten notes and corrections to prices in marginalia. See also: Record of sales (wscg.0561).
Art, American--20th Century--Sales; Whitney Studio Club--Paperwork (Office practice);
Sales record for commission on sales due to F. Van Vleet Tompkins dated May 1, 1929. Includes handwritten notations regarding payment. Includes sales for Dorothy Varian, Pamela Bianco, Hopper, Glenn Coleman, and Campbell.
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Sales and inventory receipt between Whitney Studio Galleries and Juliana Force, dated March 6, 1929. Works sold were two (2) oil paintings: "The Valley" and "Winter Evening" by Arthur Cederquist. Price was $75 for each.