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Fri Mar 21 17:07:37 2014 UTClccn-n878708810.00The millionaire & the midget /0.481.00Papers, 1912-194918394487J._P._Morgan,_Jr.n 878708812247569J. P. Morgan, Jr. 1867-1943Morgan, J. P. 1867-1943Morgan, John Pierpont, 1867-1943Pierpont Morgan, John 1867-1943lccn-n85073820Morgan, J. Pierpont(John Pierpont)1837-1913nc-pierpont morgan libraryPierpont Morgan Librarylccn-n81015523Forbes, John Douglas1910-lccn-n50045037Vanderbilt, Cornelius1794-1877lccn-n50035745Gould, Jay1836-1892lccn-n82027832Astor, John Jacob1763-1848lccn-n50027831Myers, Gustavus1872-1942lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n78095799Pierpont Morgan Librarylccn-n80139392Murray, Charles Fairfax1849-1919Morgan, J. P.(John Pierpont)1867-1943PoetryPictorial worksPrayersCatalogsPortraitsDictionariesEncyclopediasGuidebooksManuscriptsExhibition catalogsCourtly loveRomancesUnited StatesWealthEconomic historyMorgan, J. P.--(John Pierpont),Indians of North AmericaIndians of North America--LanguagesCapitalists and financiersBankersNew York (State)--New YorkFrench literatureManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)Catholic ChurchGuillaume,--de Lorris,Gould, Jay,Books of hoursJean,--de Meun,Vanderbilt, Cornelius,Astor, John Jacob,Manuscripts, LatinManuzio, Aldo,Paleography, LatinRoman de la rose (Guillaume, de Lorris)Chaucer, Geoffrey,Romaunt of the RoseCorrespondence (Pliny, the Younger)Decorative artsDecorative arts--Private collectionsConnecticut--HartfordWadsworth AtheneumEuropeIndians of North America--Social life and customsManuscripts, FrenchArt--Private collectionsFranceLehman, Robert,Rare booksManuscriptsArt--Collectors and collectingMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)England--LondonMorgan, J. Pierpont--(John Pierpont),France--ParisPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaCoptic manuscriptsIllumination of books and manuscripts, MedievalPaintingMatilde,--di Canossa, contessa,Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic186719431868186918701872187318741875187818801882188618891896189718981899190119021903190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194719481949195719681969197119741976197719791980198119821986198719891990199419951996199719981999200720082010310714831805841.1PQ1528ocn270554609156155ocn082409203book13900.18Catholic Church[Book of hours]HistoryGenealogyPoetrySourcesPrayersManuscriptsScene, Liturgical: Burial -- In cemetery enclosed by an cloister, two men, standing in the grave and looking to the left, lower shrouded corpse into grave, surrounded by scattered bones. Open coffin set vertically against the church wall; lid with white cross. Two priests, tonsured, wearing copes, holding an open book. To right, acolyte holds processional cross and situla, standing before the church porch. At left, behind the priests, three monks, wearing hoods, in black, and group of mourners, including one man with red cloth and hat. Margins decorated with border of foliate and floreate ornament, including a grotesque of lion's head on bird's body (lower margin) and a peacock (right margin)414ocn006420056book19170.73Warner, George FGospels of Matilda, Countess of Tuscany, 1055-1115 : nineteen plates in gold and colour and twelve in monochrome from the manuscript in the library of John Pierpont MorganIllustrationsPictorial works2626ocn428093480book0.10Pierpont Morgan LibraryUnidentified Literary Fragment1717ocn270127382book12000.10Catholic Church[Psalter]Prayers131ocn030148154book19800.70Curtis, Edward SThe North American Indian : [prospectus]PortraitsPictorial works"The work comprises 723 large folio photogravures numbered 1 to 722 (two plates are numbered 400) and 1,505 photogravures in the text volumes. Thirty-four plates are hand-colored. There are also 5 maps and 1 diagram. The subjects are mainly Indians of various tribes, singly or in groups, some artifacts including masks and ethnological objects. ... Work on the project was begun in 1898. Curtis applied the newly evolving principles of art photography, with its great commitment to the directorial role of the photographer, to anthropological photography."--The Truthful Lens : A Survey of the Photographically Illustrated Book, 1844-1914 / Lucien Goldschmidt and Weston J. Naef. New York: Grolier Club, 1980131ocn190865979com19220.76Lowe, E. AA sixth-century fragment of the letters of Pliny the Younger; a study of six leaves of an uncial manuscript preserved in the Pierpont Morgan library, New YorkCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscripts1111ocn270127432book14000.17Catholic ChurchMissalPrayers91ocn270873080book19200.92Brown, Henry CollinsValentine's city of New York : a guide book, with six maps and one hundred and sixty full page picturesGuidebooks99ocn270128069book13400.63GuillaumeThe romance of the RoseFictionPoetryRomancesManuscriptsThe original introduction by Dahlberg remains an excellent overview of the work, covering such topics as the iconographic significance of the imagery and the use of irony in developing the central theme of love. His new preface reviews selected scholarship through 1990 and beyond, which examines, for example, the sources and influences, the two authors, the nature of the allegorical narrative as a genre, the use of first person, and the poem's early reception92ocn023515169book19220.95Morgan, J. PBybliothecae Pierpont Morgan codices coptici photographice expressi88ocn270128173book0.10Catholic Church[Psalter-hours]Prayers71ocn270097037book19020.53Wallace Collection (London, England)The Wallace collection (paintings) at Hertford houseCatalogs61ocn080123380book19430.66Morgan, J. PExhibition of paintings : collection of J.P. Morgan, for the benefit of the Citizens Committee for the Army and Navy, IncExhibition catalogs62ocn020924300book19440.95Morgan, J. PEngravings and etchings by old and modern masters, Durer, Rembrandt, Cranach, De Launay, Earlom, Hollar, Schongauer, Masson, Moreau. Property of the estate of the late J.P. Morgan ... Public auction sale Wednesday, March 22Catalogs66ocn427567387book0.10Pierpont Morgan LibraryUnidentified Literary Fragments66ocn428087680book0.10Pierpont Morgan LibraryHomiletic Fragment51ocn040441654book19350.90Morgan, J. PierpontCatalogue of the famous collection of miniatures of the British and foreign schoolsCatalogs55ocn270128191book15100.10Niẓāmī Ganjavī[The quintet]51ocn038755586book19760.39Curtis, Edward SThe North American Indian : being a series of volumes picturing and describing the Indians of the United States and AlaskaCatalogsEncyclopediasDictionariesPictorial worksThe photographs are taken from the 20 portfolios and 20 encyclopedic volumes of the work entitled "The North American Indian" by Edward S. Curtis55ocn270128274book0.10Pierpont Morgan Library[Homily]5063ocn007274491book19810.53Forbes, John DouglasJ.P. Morgan, Jr., 1867-1943Biography2751ocn010302822book19370.39Myers, GustavusHistory of the great American fortunesHistoryFor contents and other editions, see Author Catalog1912ocn016923189book19870.53Wadsworth AtheneumJ. Pierpont Morgan, collector : European decorative arts from the Wadsworth AtheneumExhibition catalogs822ocn034378648visu19890.32Merchants and masterpieces great collectors of the Metropolitan Museum of ArtHistoryNarrator Philippe de Montebello, Director of the Metropolitan Museum tells the stories of a group of passionate collectors whose vision and generosity helped build the present collections of the Museum. Donors such as J. Pierpont Morgan, Benjamin Altman and Robert Lehman are profiled. Personal interviews reveal the stories of other notable collectors, including David Rockefeller, J. Watson Webb, Jr., who recalls his grandparents H.O. Havemeyer and Louisine Havemeyer, and Mary Rockefeller Morgan, who shares memories of her twin brother Michael's quest for art and life among the tribes of New Guinea. Drawn in part from Calvin Tomkins' history of the Metropolitan Museum, Merchants and Masterpieces includes archival footage, location photography and representative samples of works of art from the Museum's collections351ocn858440969com19960.53J. Pierpont Morgan emperor of wall streetBiographySheds light on the life of John Pierpont Morgan, a legendary financier who directed the banking coalition that stopped the Panic of 1907 but was accused of being a monopolist351ocn037784570book19970.76Une orfévrerie de terre : Bernard Palissy et la céramique de Saint-Porchaire : Musée national de la Renaissance, Château d'Ecouen, 24 septembre 1997-12 janvier 1998Exhibition catalogs251ocn017539894book19490.90Pierpont Morgan LibraryThe Pierpont Morgan Library; review of the activities and major acquisitions of the library, 1941-1948Bibliography CatalogsCatalogs212ocn016099343book19170.97Pansy, JackShall J.P. Morgan own the earth? a brief treatise, based on facts, showing that this is a subject of the gravest importance to the people of America and to humanity203ocn021802175book19440.96Schumann, HansMorgan kauft Afrika74ocn007855765book19240.98Schulz, ErnstWeltdiktator Morgan : eine Merk- und DenkschriftBiography31ocn021815161art1969Brooks, JohnThe millionaire & the midgetHistoryAlmost everyone remembers the picture of a midget sitting on J.P. Morgan's knee, but few recall, or ever knew, the end of that story31ocn082634383book19480.47Wadsworth AtheneumThe Morgan fund : the Morgan memorial of the Wadsworth AtheneumDescribes the history of the Morgan Fund and the memorial building erected in honor of J. Pierpont Morgan by his son J.P. Morgan Jr33ocn079219227mix0.47Duveen BrothersDuveen Brothers RecordsRecords and correspondence21ocn028410621mix1.00Hertle, LouisRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, daily journals and mss. of writings, Hertle's will, deed of sale, estate papers, property abstract, drawings, surveys, architectural drawings and inventories, guest books, auction lists, personal memorabilia, and photos, relating to Hertle's purchase, renovation, and deeding to the Commonwealth of Virginia, of revolutionary patriot George Mason's home, Gunston Hall, in Fairfax County, Va., with the provision that it be administered for the public by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. Includes material relating to Ella Manning Daughaday Hertle. Correspondents include Charles Evan Hughes, Robert Lansing, and J.P. Morgan21ocn080477527book1990Peters, JosephClarence S. Bement, the consummate collector21ocn430216028book20080.10Pennoyer, Paul GA descendant but not an heir21ocn320081661visu19680.92John Pierpont Morgan American financier, Sept. 7, 1867 - March 13, 1943Portraits21ocn054432121book19441.00Parke-Bernet GalleriesFurniture and objects of art ... public auction sale, January 6, 7 and 8 at 2 p.m.Catalogs21ocn702154920mix1.00Stokes, Anson PhelpsAnson Phelps Stokes family papersHistoryThe papers consist of correspondence, writings, subject files, memorabilia, photographs, financial records, and other papers detailing the professional career and personal life of Anson Phelps Stokes and family members, including Olivia, Caroline and Helen Stokes. Papers relating to Anson Phelps Stokes document his work with prominent educators, reformers, religious leaders, businessmen, and politicians. Stokes's work on behalf of black education, social issues, and the Phelps-Stokes Fund are detailed. His religious activities, Yale University work, and family interests are also represented, as are Stokes's work on behalf of the Portsmouth Treaty of 1905 and the Yale-China Association. Papers relating to Helen Phelps Stokes include material relating to the Socialist Party and the National Civil Liberties Bureau21ocn036628567book19300.92Sternheim, CarlJohn Pierpont Morgan SchauspielDramaFri Mar 21 15:14:09 EDT 2014batch47147