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Fri Mar 21 17:10:04 2014 UTClccn-n852666410.00The H. O. Havemeyer Collection. Second edition. [With plates.]0.431.00Biographical record of the Havemeyer family (1600-1943), more particularly the descendants of Frederick Christian Havemeyer (1774-1841) and their sugar refining interests30341626Henry_Osborne_Havemeyern 852666411548305Havemeyer, Henry O. (Henry Osborne), 1847-1907Havemeyer, Henry Osborne 1847-1907np-havemeyer, louisine waldron elderHavemeyer, Louisine Waldron Eldercollccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n82258375Weitzenhoffer, Franceslccn-n78096937Cassatt, Mary1844-1926lccn-n85073820Morgan, J. Pierpont(John Pierpont)1837-1913lccn-no2007138520Gutekunst, Ottolccn-n88207762Frick, Henry Clay1849-1919lccn-n91017333Carstairs, Charles1910-lccn-n97084227Saltzman, Cynthialccn-n50010050Bode, Wilhelm von1845-1929Havemeyer, Henry Osborne1847-1907HistoryCatalogsTreatiesTrials, litigation, etcClassificationExhibition catalogsAnecdotesNew York (State)Iroquois IndiansPennsylvaniaNew York (State)--New YorkUnited StatesHavemeyer, Henry Osborne,Havemeyer, Louisine Waldron ElderMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Art--Collectors and collectingPainting--Private collectionsPainting, FrenchImpressionism (Art)FranceArtPainting--MarketingPainting--Collectors and collectingEuropePainting, EuropeanArt--Private collectionsCanadaIndians of North AmericaFive NationsIndians of North America--Social life and customsIndians of North America--TreatiesTiffany, Louis Comfort,University of Michigan.--Museum of ArtGlass artMichigan--Ann ArborGlass art--Private collectionsDecoration and ornament--Art nouveauDamagesNew York, Lake Erie, and Western Railroad CompanyTrials (Malpractice)Collisions at seaImpressionism (Art)--Private collectionsTiffany Glass & Decorating CompanyColden, Cadwallader,Tiffany and CompanyBotanyPlantsIndustrialistsQuébecJudicial statisticsMollenhauer, John,Dick, William,Havemeyer, Frederick C.,Sugar tradeAmerican Sugar Refining CompanyBusinessmenPearl industry and trade18471907186518881896189818991908191419301931193219371941194419541958196419671970198219831985198619891992199319971999200220082010201220584974970.3E99.I7ocn739779117ocn740265738611ocn506046367com18880.92New York, Lake Erie, and Western Railroad CompanyThe New York, Lake Erie & Western Railroad Company, libellant and appellant, against the Steam Tug "Charles H. Senff," Henry O. Havemeyer, claimant and appellant apostlesTrials, litigation, etc144ocn082753567book19300.92Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)... The H.O. Havemeyer Collection; a catalogue of the temporary exhibition, March 10-November 2 [1930]Exhibition catalogs41ocn018900723book18651.00Pacific Pearl CompanyThe Pacific Pearl Company : incorporated under the laws of the State of New York : capital stock ... $1,000,00041ocn019131484book19441.00Havemeyer, Henry OsborneBiographical record of the Havemeyer family (1600-1943), more particularly the descendants of Frederick Christian Havemeyer (1774-1841) and their sugar refining interests32ocn562156562book1958Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)The H. O. Havemeyer Collection. Second edition. [With plates.]22ocn082817204book1967Havemeyer, Henry OsborneThe library of the late Henry O. Havemeyer ... Public auction Tuesday, March 21 [1967]21ocn078690812book19300.47Havemeyer, Henry OsborneThe estate of Mrs. H.O. Havemeyer, to be sold at the American Art Association-Anderson GalleriesCatalogs11ocn030461884book18981.00Moorish houses at Bayberry Point, Islip, L.I. : built for Mr. H.O. HavemeyerHistory11ocn162707323book19300.10The Henry O. Havemeyer Collection : the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A catalogue of the temporary Exhibition March 10- November 2. (1930)11ocn008419122book1937Havemeyer, Henry OsborneCopy of Mr. Henry O. Havemeyer's Memorandum, April, 1937Anecdotes11ocn083827967book17540.98Linné, Carl vonCaroli Linnaei equitis, s:ae regiae m:tis Sueciae archiatri ... Genera plantarum eorumque characteres naturales secundum numerum, figuram, situm, et proportionem omnium fructificationis partiumClassification11ocn071355149book0.47American Sugar Refining CompanyRecipe leaflets collection11ocn739779117book19310.84Havemeyer, Henry OsborneThe H.O. Havemeyer Collection; [catalogue]Catalogs01ocn740265738book1930Breck, JosephThe Metropolitan Museum of Art : the H.O Havemeyer collection01ocn754998246book17550.63Colden, CadwalladerThe history of the Five Indian Nations depending on the Province of New-York in AmericaHistoryTreatiesReisebeschreibung, Nordamerika, 18. Jahrhundert6863ocn013425483book19860.39Weitzenhoffer, FrancesThe Havemeyers : Impressionism comes to AmericaBiography+-+58707456356351ocn180754924book20080.22Saltzman, CynthiaOld masters, new world : America's raid on Europe's great pictures, 1880-World War IHistory"Old Masters, New World" is the story of beauty, aesthetics, and taste; money, trade, and power. It is a backstage look at the part played in American collecting by experts like Bernard Berenson and dealers like Colnaghi, Knoedler, and Duveena who raced around Europe to negotiate purchases and sales of the rarest and most costly masterpieces"--From publisher description+-+26836552154172ocn027266522book19930.53Splendid legacy : the Havemeyer collectionCatalogs+-+5179145635943ocn029671130book19920.86Tiffany, Louis ComfortThe Havemeyer Tiffany collection at the University of Michigan Museum of ArtHistoryExhibition catalogs423ocn038073598book19970.84La Collection Havemeyer : quand l'Amérique découvrait l'Impressionnisme-- : [exposition] Paris, Musée d'Orsay, 20 octobre 1997-18 janvier 1998Exhibition catalogs186ocn013705512book19820.88Weitzenhoffer, FrancesThe creation of the Havemeyer Collection, 1875-1900Biography163ocn029437923book19310.84Havemeyer, Henry OsborneThe H.O. Havemeyer Collection; [catalogue]Catalogs112ocn022095102book19890.95Havemeyer, Harry WMerchants of Williamsburgh : Frederick C. Havemeyer, Jr., William Dick, John Mollenhauer, Henry O. HavemeyerHistoryBiography92ocn776031634book20100.92Havemeyer, Harry WHenry Osborne Havemeyer : the most independent mindBiography43ocn014250714book19641.00Mullins, Jack SimpsonThe sugar trust : Henry O. Havemeyer and the American Sugar Refining CompanyHistory41ocn008776476book19310.92Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Catalogue of paintings, prints, sculpture and objects of artCatalogs21ocn367568095book19300.86Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)The H.O. Havemeyer Collection : a catalogue of the temporary exhibition, March 10 - November 2Catalogs21ocn501505778book19970.47Gache-Patin, SylvieLa collection Havemeyer : quand l'Amérique découvrait l'Impressionnisme-Exhibition catalogs21ocn054622268book19541.00Beardsley, Harry JThe saga of the Alaskan bonanzaPoetry11ocn859302847art1931Richardson, LeslieAn outline study of the Japanese lacquer in the H. O. Havemeyer collection11ocn859302433art1932Burroughs, LouiseDegas in the Havemeyer collection11ocn801646025visu18961.00Dalrymple, LouisW-h-o-a!!!Print shows William McKinley driving a large circus carriage labeled "McKinley's Presidential Band Wagon" being pulled by the Republican Elephant labeled "G.O.P." which has come to a stop at a sign at the edge of an abyss, the sign states "Danger! Results of the McKinley Bill. Decline of wages. Desperate Labor Strikes, and Lock Outs. 1,000,000 Men Out of Employment. Falling off of Customs Revenues $157,000,000. Disappearance of Treasury Surplus of $100,000,000. Net Loss of Gold in Exports $200,000,000." The abyss blocks McKinley from reaching the U.S. Capitol, seen at far right. The "Band" in the wagon is comprised of "M.A. Hanna", Andrew "Carnegie", John D. "Rockefeller", Theodore and possibly Henry O. "Havemeyer", and Whitelaw Reid playing a drum labeled "N.Y. Tribune". Marching behind the wagon are men carrying banners labeled "Trusts" and "Monopoly"11ocn712625992bookHavemeyer, Henry OsborneH.D. Havemayer letters to Samuel P. AveryRecords and correspondence11ocn794685622visu1993Splendid legacy : the Havemeyer collection : [image master set]Exhibition catalogs11ocn070962632mix1.00Cassatt, MaryRecords and correspondenceTwenty-one letters written to Electra (Havemeyer) Webb, art collector and museum benefactor, and one letter to Electra's mother, Louisine Havemeyer, written in the two years following the death of H.O. Havemeyer (1907), expressing sympathy for the recently bereaved family and concern about Louisine Haveyemer's health+-+2683655215Fri Mar 21 15:13:12 EDT 2014batch18430