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Thu Oct 16 17:59:49 2014 UTClccn-n500821900.00Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold (Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer)0.721.00Psycho-geographic traditions of city folk in the 1890's as revealed in writings of Mariana Van Rensselaer, H.C. Bunner, and Stephen Crane /44455381Mariana_Alley_Griswold_Van_Rensselaern 50082190115664Griswold van Rensselaer, Mariana 1851-1934Mariana Griswold van RensselaerRensselaer Madame Schuyler VanRensselaer Mariana Griswold VanRensselaer, Mariana Griswold van 1851-1934Rensselaer, Mrs. Schuyler vanRensselaer, Schuyler van 1851-1934Rensselaer, Schuyler van 1851-1934 MrsRensselaer, Schuyler van, Mrs., 1851-1934Schuyler van Rensselaer, .. 1851-1934 MrsSchuyler van Rensselaer MrsSchuyler van Rensselaer, ... Mrs. 1851-1934Van Rensselaer, M. G. 1851-1934Van Rensselaer, M. G. (Mariana Griswold), 1851-1934Van Rensselaer Madame SchuylerVan Rensselaer, Mariana AlleyVan Rensselaer, Mariana G.Van Rensselaer, Mariana GriswoldVan Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold 1851-1934Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold vanVan Rensselaer, Marianna Griswold 1851-1934Van Rensselaer, Mrs. SchuylerVan Rensselaer, Schuyler 1851-1934 MrsVan Rensselaer, Schuyler, Mrs, 1851-1934VanRensselaer, Mariana Griswold 1851-1934lccn-n50044927Richardson, H. H.(Henry Hobson)1838-1886lccn-n50009494Pennell, Joseph1857-1926illlccn-n79099168Gebhard, Davidedtlccn-n79132431Valentiner, Wilhelm Reinhold1880-1958lccn-n96082105Major, Judith K.lccn-n50019335Sargent, John Singer1856-1925lccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n83139017Keppel, Frederick1845-1912lccn-nr89018251Fuller, George1822-1884lccn-n79023170Homer, Winslow1836-1910Van Rensselaer, SchuylerMrs1851-1934HistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogsBiographyControversial literatureRichardson, H. H.--(Henry Hobson),United StatesCathedralsEnglandChurch architectureVan Rensselaer, Schuyler,--Mrs.,New York (State)--New YorkNew York (State)Architectural criticismArchitectureAestheticsLandscape architectureArtBelgiumEurope--FlandersNetherlandsPainting, AmericanWomen--SuffrageLandscape gardeningLandscape architecture--PhilosophyEtchingShort storiesSargent, John Singer,Figure paintingCorot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille,Fuller, George,Blake, William,Homer, Winslow,Correggio,Robbia, Luca della,GardeningPaintersMillet, Jean François,LibrariansBibliographyRossetti, Dante Gabriel,Méryon, Charles,EtchersRembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn,Great BritainIllustratorsEtching, AmericanWhistler, James McNeill,ArchitectsGardens--DesignOrnamental treesGarden walksPennell, Joseph,Women's rightsTravel1851193418801883188418851886188718881889189218931894189518961897189819001901190219031906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219251926195919671969197019721973197719781979198119821986199419961999200020042005200720102013484088303720.92NA737.R5ocn001830198ocn001011985ocn612315736ocn612141072ocn040608501100233ocn000021322book18880.59Van Rensselaer, SchuylerHenry Hobson Richardson and his worksBiography+-+057877139551337ocn000406014book18920.74Van Rensselaer, SchuylerEnglish cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury, Lichfield, Lincoln, Ely, Wells, Winchester, Gloucester, York, London46017ocn000938239book19090.53Van Rensselaer, SchuylerHistory of the city of New York in the seventeenth centuryHistory+-+970815751633315ocn001030663book18930.66Van Rensselaer, SchuylerHandbook of English cathedrals: Canterbury, Peterborough, Durham, Salisbury, Lichfield, Lincoln, Ely, Wells, Winchester, Gloucester, York, LondonBiography3055ocn001830198book19140.70Valentiner, Wilhelm ReinholdThe art of the Low Countries; studies by Wilhelm R. ValentinerHistory30422ocn002752622book18930.88Van Rensselaer, SchuylerArt out-of-doors : hints on good taste in gardening26222ocn015796218book18940.90Van Rensselaer, SchuylerShould we ask for the suffrage?Controversial literature24010ocn000032624book18970.79Van Rensselaer, SchuylerOne man who was content, Mary, The Lustigs, Corinna's Fiammetta+-+14672990663241362ocn001060323book19260.79Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Memorial exhibition of the work of John Singer Sargent, New York, January 4 through February 14, 1926Exhibition catalogs1196ocn000467078book18890.82Van Rensselaer, SchuylerSix portraits: Della Robbia, Correggio, Blake, Corot, George Fuller, Winslow Homer982ocn002199593book19210.79Van Rensselaer, SchuylerMany children722ocn003666216book19140.77ParentEssay on bibliography and on the attainments of a librarian6412ocn001213602book18800.86Van Rensselaer, SchuylerJean-François Millet, painter-etcherBiography575ocn006354506book19100.79Van Rensselaer, SchuylerPoems543ocn005012475book18860.86Rossetti, Dante GabrielThe blessed damozel; the unpublished manuscriptHistoryClothbound edition of leaves with untrimmed edges, gilt top edge, sepia tone illustrations mounted on leaves with guard sheets, the text of the poem, and an appendix by M.G. van Rensselaer502ocn006927041book18860.86Van Rensselaer, SchuylerAmerican etchers351ocn001941113book18860.86Book of American figure painters172ocn644803375file19010.77Van Rensselaer, SchuylerNiagara a description131ocn006168143book19080.82Frederick Keppel & CoThe print-collector's bulletin; an illustrated catalogue of painter-etchings for saleCatalogsExhibition catalogs126ocn023769587book18930.92Van Rensselaer, SchuylerHandbook of English cathedrals3221ocn032548496book19960.77Van Rensselaer, SchuylerAccents as well as broad effects : writings on architecture, landscape, and the environment, 1876-1925HistoryMariana Griswold Van Rensselaer (1851-1934) is highly regarded among architectural historians for her 1888 biography of the nineteenth-century architect Henry Hobson Richardson. Less well known are her writings on architecture, decorative art, gardening, and landscape design, works that provide a rare view of cities and rural environments in turn-of-the-century America. Now David Gebhard brings Van Rensselaer's most significant writings together in one volume. An established critic in environmental and literary circles, Van Rensselaer wrote for the general public in such journals as the Century Magazine and for a specialized audience of landscape architects in Garden and Forest. She was a long-time contributor to American Architect and Building News, the first architectural journal in the United States. She is an engaging and accessible writer, and her articles on Frederick Law Olmsted and the Boston Public Library won great praise. Although the only woman in a field that was male-dominated at the time, Van Rensselaer was, curiously enough, opposed to women's suffrage+-+71765757053241643ocn822229846book20130.82Major, Judith KMariana Griswold Van Rensselaer : a landscape critic in the gilded ageHistory351ocn014909536book19860.97Doumato, LamiaMariana Griswold Van Rensselaer, architectural criticBibliography206ocn005183555mix19770.93Kinnard, Cynthia DThe life and works of Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer : American art criticBiography155ocn013476988book19790.92Dinnerstein, LoisOpulence and ocular delight, splendor and squalor : critical writings in art and architecture by Mariana Griswold Van RensselaerBiography21ocn005146214mix19791.00Warshaver, Gerald EPsycho-geographic traditions of city folk in the 1890's as revealed in writings of Mariana Van Rensselaer, H.C. Bunner, and Stephen Crane21ocn031605687mix1.00Riddle, Theodate PopeDiariesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, diaries, postcards, printed materials, many photos, and other papers of Riddle, her father, Alfred Atmore Pope, industrialist and art collector, mother, Ada Brooks Pope, husband, John Wallace Riddle, diplomat, and other family members. Of special interest are Theodate Pope's diary documenting the education of a young woman in the 1880s, including a description of the family's "grand tour" of Europe; transcriptions of sittings and correspondence relating to spiritualism and psychical research; and receipts for French impressionist art collected by Alfred Atmore Pope. Correspondents include Mary Cassatt, Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Helena Gleichen, Alice Hamilton, August Jaccaci, Henry James, William James, Belle Sherwin, Marina Van Rensselaer (Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer), and James McNeill Whistler. Contains no drawings and only minimal references to Riddle's architectural career and her husband's business and diplomatic career11ocn071050841art1999Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold11ocn082145839art2000Laliberte, KateVan Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold (Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer)11ocn062736588artMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907)11ocn044948782mix20000.47Glesmann, AmandaVisualizing change : Mariana Griswold van Renssaelaer's "new" New YorkArt11ocn574394382art20040.10Sypher, F. JPhilip Van RensselaerHistoryBiography11ocn054313077book19790.47Dinnerstein, LoisOpulence and ocular delight, splendor and squalor : critical writing in art and architecture by Marian Griswold Van RensselaerBiography11ocn750153218mix1883Fuller, GeorgeGeorge Fuller letter to Mrs. Rensselaer with transcriptionRecords and correspondence11ocn888072683mix1.00Gardner, Isabella StewartIsabella Stewart Gardner papersPersonal papers of Gardner and some records of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum including dealers' files containing invoices, notes, cancelled checks, and letters; a record book, "Prices Paid for Paintings," 1917; a record book, "Prices Paid for Works of Art"; 118 installation photographs of the museum as arranged by Gardner, 1924; a diary kept in Egypt, 1874, with sketches; a diary kept in Shanghai and India, 1883-1884; "Directions for my funeral," 1912; and "Suggestions for Running a Museum," 191311ocn071014968mix1.00Lossing, Benson JohnBenson John Lossing correspondence and flyleaf engravingHistoryRecords and correspondenceALS (1863 January 25; Willard's Hotel) from Lossing to his wife, Helen Sweet Lossing, regarding his discussion with Abraham Lincoln concerning the Emancipation Proclamation and Lossing's photograph of the proclamation; ALS (1865 November 11; Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) to Thomas A. Emmet pertaining to social affairs; ALS (1867 January 12; Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) to Albert Wadhams regarding seals; ALS (1866 August 30; Dover Plains, N.Y.) to Edgar F. Gladwin pertaining to national politics and the Civil War; ALS (1887 January 14; Dover Plains, N.Y.) to Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer regarding a portrait of Mary Ball Washington and the controversy surrounding "Major" Walter and George Washington family portraits made by James Sharples; and an undated flyleaf engraving of Lossing11ocn038886863book0.47Van Rensselaer, SchuylerComfort-pillows from Cape Ann : a memory of 1918Poetry+-+0578771395+-+0578771395Thu Oct 16 15:45:37 EDT 2014batch24907