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Guide to the New-York Historical Society Library Department Records
1815-2017
 NYHS-RG 21

New-York Historical Society
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New-York Historical Society

Collection processed by Larry Weimer

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Container List

Series VI. Outgoing Loans , 1960-1992 (bulk, 1979-1992). 1.83 Linear Feet

Scope and Contents Note

The series includes records of library items loaned to other institutions. (Other records of loans can be found in other series, especially Series VIII. Department of Prints, Photographs and Architecture (PPAC, a/k/a Print Room) and Series IX. Conservation.)

Arrangement Note

The files are in two sets, following original order: loans to 1985 and loans 1985-1992. The loans to 1985 are in chronological order and the subsequent set is in alphabetical order by borrowing institution.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 186 Folder : 1-6 Loans, 1978-1982 (6 folders)
1960-1983
Box: 186 Folder : 7 Loans, Art Institute of Chicago
1981-1983
Box: 187 Folder : 1-6 Loans, 1983-1985 (6 folders)
1983-1986
Box: 187 Folder : 7-13 Loans, A-B (7 folders)

Scope and Contents Note

Includes Abigail Adams Smith Museum, Albany Institute, Amon Carter Museum, Anacostia Neighborhood Museum, Bard College, Brooklyn Historical, Brooklyn Musum.

1986-1988
Box: 188 Folder : 1-26 Loans, B-L (26 folders)

Scope and Contents Note

Includes Bronx Museum, Chicago Historical, Columbia University, Cooper-Hewitt, Connecticut Historical, Corcoran, Erasmus Hall, Alice & Hamilton Fish Library, Fort Stanwix, Fraunces Tavern, Grey Art Gallery, Grolier Club, Herbert Hoover Library, Historical Society of Delaware, Hudson River Museum, Huntington, International Museum of Photography, Jordan-Volpe, Library of Congress.

1985-1992
Box: 189 Folder : 1-41 Loans, M-Y (41 folders)

Scope and Contents Note

Includes Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum of Brooklyn, National Archives, National Gallery of Art, National Portrait Gallery, New Jersey State Museum, New York Public Library, Operation Sail, Parrish Art Museum, The Octagon, Philadelphia Maritime, JP Morgan Library, Queens Museum, Rainbow Room, South Street Seaport, Tiffany & Co., Timken Art Gallery, US Senate Commission, Utah Museum, Valentine Museum,Vassar, Washington State Capitol Museum, Williams College, Yeshiva University Museum.

1985-1992

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