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Louis XVI Room at 901 Fifth Avenue with its contents 
Bequest of Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice 







On April 7, 1938, in the Court of Common Pleas No. 3, 
the name of the Pennsylvania Museum of Art was 

OFFICERS FOR 19581959 













George H. Earle, 3rd, Governor of Pennsylvania 

S. Davis Wilson, Mayor of Philadelphia 

George Connell, President of Philadelphia City Council 

Emory McMichael, President of Fairmount Park 


William M. Elkins 
Chairman of the Board 

Paul P. Cret Staunton B. Peck 

Charles D. Hart Lessing J. Rosenwald 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 

Walter C. Janney J. Stogdell Stokes 

John Story Jenks Roland L. Taylor 

John A. McCarthy George D. Widener 

Mrs. John D. McIlhenny Morris Wolf 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson Charlton Yarnall 



John Story Jenks 

Mokris R. Bockius 
Joseph Carson 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 
Mrs. John T. Dorrance 
Henry F. du Pont 
Rodman E. Griscom 
R. Sturgis Ingersoll 
Mrs. Robert McLean 

Mrs. William R. Mercer 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Lawrence Saunders 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Carroll S. Tyson 

George D. Widener 

Mrs. George D. Widener 


J. Stogdell Stokes 

Charles T. Coiner 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 
Nicola D'Ascenzo 
W. Griffin Gribbel 
Stanley H. Hart 
Theodore B. Hayward 
John Story Jenks 

Mrs. Robert R. Logan 

Oscar E. Mertz 

Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Mrs. Logan Rhoads 

Mrs. S. Emlen Stokes 


Walter C. Janney 

Willl^m Fulton Kurtz 
Staunton B. Peck 

Roland L. Taylor 

Morris Wolf 

*The President is ex officio a member of all committees. 


honorary president 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 


Mrs. Edgar W. Baird 


Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 
Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 
Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

corresponding secretary 
Mrs. Littleton W. T. Waller 


Mrs. Benjamin Rush, Jr. 

recording secretary 

Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish 



Lewis Audenried 



. Henry A. Berwind, Jr. 



Nicholas Biddle 



William A. Dick 



John T. Dorrance 



Russell Duane 



Ralph Earle 



George H. Frazier 



Henry C. Gibson 



F. Woodson Hancock 



Thomas Hart 



J. Bertram Hervey 



C. Jared Ingersoll 



Henry S. Jeanes 



John Story Jenks 



Robert R. Logan 


W. Logan MacCoy 
Sydney E. Martin 
John D. McIlhenny 
Richard Waln Meirs 
Thornton Oakley 
Alfred Coxe Prime 
Logan Rhoads 
George A. Robbins 
C. Shillard-Smith 
Joseph Kennard Skilling 
W. Standley Stokes 
William P. Wear 
John H. Whelen, Jr. 
P. A. B. Widener, 2nd 
John Wintersteen 
C. Stewart Wurts 


Mrs. Edward Browning Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 

Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 




Chief of the Division of American Art 



Chief of the Division of European Art 


Chief of the Division of Eastern Art 


Henri Marceau, Curator of Painting and Sculpture 

Boies Penrose, Curator of Prints 

Horace H. F. Jatne, Curator of Chinese Art 

W. Norman Brown, Curator of Indian Art 

Henry Clifford, Associate Curator of Paintings 

Henry P. McIlhenny, Associate Curator of Decorative Arts 

Carl Schuster, Assistant Curator of Chinese Art 

Elizabeth Abel, Assistant, Installation 

Jennett Walker, Assistant, Prints 

Marianna Merritt Hornor, Assistant, Textiles 


Marcel Aubert, Gothic Art E. Alfred Jones, Silver 

Walter W. S. Cook, Spanish Art Richard Offner, Italian Art 

Ananda Coomaraswamy, Indian Art Arthur Upham Pope, Persian Art 

Nicola DAscenzo, Stained Glass David Rosen, Technical Studies 

Marian Hague, Laces Mikhail Rostovtzeff, Ancient Art 

Thomas T. Hoopes, Arms and Armour Samuel Yellin, Metalwork 


E. M. Benson, Educational Supervisor 
Alberta Devlin, Information and Sales 

Delegated by the Board of Education: 

Caroline K. Jones, Art Supervisor 
Helen F. Kinset, Art Supervisor 
Eleanor L. McGonigal, Art Supervisor 

Delegated by the Works Progress Administration: 

Helena Fitzpatrick, Project Head 

Eliza M. Hayward, Assistant Project Head 

Grace Morris, Assistant Project Head 



Elizabeth B. Kunkel, Secretary to the Director 
Lilian B. Briggs, Bursar 
Charles Whitenack, Photographer 


Jane Wolfe, Registrar 

Gertrude Toomet, Assistant Registrar 


Paul Vanderbilt, Librarian, Editor 
Paul Gay, Assistant 


George C. A. Barbour, Superintendent 

Lewis List, Assistant Superintendent, Captain of the Watch 


Edward Warwick, Principal 
Edward W. France, Director, Textile School 
Willard P. Graham, Registrar 
Eugenie M. Fryer, Librarian 



Raymond Ballinger 
Advertising Design 

John F. Barrett 

Woodwork and Joinery 

Morris Berd 

Morris Blackburn 
Interior Decoration 

Carl Bretz 

Interior Decoration 

Alexey Brodovitch 

Lectures: Evolution in 
Industrial Arts 

Arthur E. Bye 

Lectures: History of Painting 

J. Frank Copeland 
Water Color 

Maxwell Coplan 

Edmund de Forrest Curtis 

John J. Dull 
Water Color 

Frank Ferg 

Wood Carving 

Paul Frolich 

John Geiszel 

Illustration : Reproduction 

Douglas Gilchrist 

Metal Work and Jewelry 

Mabel B. Hall 

Advanced Drawing 
Anatomy Drawing 
Life Drawing 

Earl Horteh 

Cynthia Iliff 

Color and Design 

Harold MacNamee 
Fashion Illustration 

0. Ernest Mertz, Jr. 

Oscar Mertz 

Supervisor: Interior Decoration 

Ralph McLellan 
Life Drawing 

ART SCHOOL (Continued) 

J. Kirk Merrick 

Nature Drawing 

Grace Norcross 

Assistant: Advanced Drawing 
Anatomy Drawing 

Thornton Oaklet 

Lectures: Composition 

Hilda H. Orth 

Director: Costume Design 

Dorothy Parke 

Assistant : Costume Design 

Evelyn Pennegar 

Supervisor: Teacher Training 
Lectures: History of Art 

Henry C. Pitz 

Supervisor: Illustration and 

Herbert Pullinger 

Pen and Ink Drawing 

Fred deP. Rothermel 

Assistant: Advanced Drawing 

Instrumental Drawing 

Robert Rtjshton 

Fashion Illustration 
Life Drawing 

Gertrude Schell 

Edward Shenton 

Illustration and Decoration 

Clyde Shtjler 

Stage-Craft and Marionettes 

Benton Spruance 

Interior Decoration 

Mary B. Sweeny 

Edward A. Walton 
Furniture Design 

Edward Warwick 

Lectures: History of Costume 
History of Furniture 



Althea Lilian Rickert 

Supervisor: Costume Design 

Elise Logan Rhoads 
Lectures: Subjects of 

Interior Decoration 

Franklin C. Watkins 
Supervisor: Painting 

Helen Stevenson West 
Stage Costume 

Alexander Wyckoff 
Advanced Design 

Julius Zieget 

Instrumental Drawing 


Edward W. France 

Director, Lecturer on Raw Ma- 
terials, Processes and Fabrics 

Bradley C. Algeo 

Assistant Director in Charge of 
Weave Formation, Analysis and 
Structure of Fabrics 

Richard S. Cox 

Assistant Director in Charge of 
Jacquard Design, Drawing and 
Colour Work 

Elmer C. Bertolet 

In Charge of Chemistry, Dyeing 
and Printing 

A. Ward France 

Instructor in Charge of Wool 
Carding and Spinning, Worsted 
Drawing and Spinning, Knitted 
Coating Materials 

William Pfeiffer 

Instructor in Charge of Power 
Weaving and Related Branches 

John Naab 

Instructor in Charge of Cotton 
Carding and Spinning, Silk Manu- 
facturing and Hosiery Knitting 

Wm. A. McLain 

Instructor in Charge of Elemen- 
tary Weaving and Related 

Frank L. Giese 

Instructor in Weave Formation, 
Analysis and Structure of Fabrics 

Ercal Kaiser 

Instructor in Jacquard Design 
and Colour Work 

Howard A. Walter 

Assistant in Charge of Chemistry 
and Dyeing 

Percival Theel 

Instructor in Chemistry 

George G. Byler 

Instructor in Chemistry 

Joseph E. Goodavage 

Instructor in Dyeing, Bleaching 
and Printing 

Ralph Dunkelberger 

Instructor in Free-Hand Drawing 
and Figured Design 

Wm. B. Williamson 

Instructor in Charge of Fabric 

Arthur T. Cameron, C.P.A. 

Lecturer on Cost Systems and 
Accounting in Textile Mills 

Herman E. Michl 

Lecturer on Problems in Textile 

Fulton M. Farrell 

Instructor in Materials Used in 
the Wool and Worsted Industry 

Alan G. Marquart 

Assistant in Wool Carding and 
Spinning, Worsted Drawing and 

Robert S. Cunningham 

Instructor in Elementary Weav- 
ing and Related Branches, Cotton 
Carding, Spinning and Twisting 

Ervin Wilmer 

Assistant in Power Weaving and 
Related Branches 




Ladies and Gentlemen: — 

This year was celebrated the tenth anniversary of the formal dedication 
of our new building, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, on May 29, 1928. 
It is interesting to review the advance of these ten years, years which wit- 
nessed economic hardships of unprecedented extent. 

They have seen our endowment tripled, from three-quarters of a million 
dollars to two and a quarter. They have seen our accommodations quad- 
rupled, from twenty rooms and galleries to over eighty, including twenty- 
three of antique architecture of various periods. They have seen an increase 
in our collections by purchases to the extent of two and a half million dol- 
lars, from funds given by private donors, transforming the Museum from 
one of provincial scope to one of national and international importance, 
covering a wide range in the history of art. During these ten years nearly 
seven million visitors came to enjoy our collections and to learn from them. 

These advances have not been achieved without struggle, nor without 
personal sacrifice on the part of all who have worked or given to make them 
possible. Today the community recognizes the Museum as a civic asset of 
the first magnitude. We must rely on the generosity of public bodies as 
well as of private individuals for more ample support, proportionate with 
the wealth of our collections. The field of opportunity is great for develop- 
ment of popular education and enjoyment at the Museum as well as of 
professional education for the practice of the arts in our Schools. 

The organization of a group of Friends of the Museum, undertaken last 
year, has been of the greatest assistance in carrying on our work without 
curtailment. A still wider participation would enable us to go forward and 
carry out many cherished plans for the benefit of our citizens. 

S\y/ ^_J President. 


Degas: Ballet Class 

Purchased. Wilstach Fund Income 



I have the honour to present the following report: 

The past year has been equally notable for great bequests, for the purchase 
of important works, and for progress in construction. 



Among collectors of French decorative art none in our generation was 
more notable than the late Mrs. Alexander Hamilton Rice. In the drawing 
room of her New York house at 901 Fifth Avenue were assembled the 
choicest of her treasures in tapestries, sculpture, furniture, rugs, and 
Sevres porcelain of the eighteenth century. It has been celebrated as an 
ensemble unmatched for the taste of selection and combination, in addition 
to the superb quality of the individual works of all classes. This drawing 
room, with its entire contents, Mrs. Rice bequeathed to our Museum 
Corporation, already enriched by many magnificent benefactions of her 
family, as well as by her own previous gift of the Louis XVI Room from 
the Hotel Letellier in Paris. We are informed that we may expect to 
receive the room and collection in the course of 1938, bringing our installa- 
tion in this field into the very first rank. 


The late George Horace Lorimer, long a trustee of the Museum, formed a 
collection distinguished in many fields, especially in those of glass (both 
English and American), of furniture, and of Pennsylvania-German art. 
His will bequeathed many of these objects to the Museum, subject, how- 
ever, to the discretion of his executors and trustees, to be exercised by 
October of 1938. We hope for a generous exercise of this discretion. 

The late Arthur H. Lea, who inherited a considerable part of the extensive 
collection of paintings formed by his grandfather, Isaac Lea, between 
1829 and 1852, bequeathed these paintings and some other objects to the 
City of Philadelphia to be placed in the Museum. 



Mr. Lea also bequeathed 150,000 to the City, the income to be used for 
the general purposes of the Museum. Other bequests of funds received 
included $2,000 from Miss Mary A. Combs; in addition we had notice of 
bequests of $10,000 from Mrs. Edgar V. Seeler and of $5,000 from Miss 
Susan S. Miles. 



By purchase of the Commissioners of Fairmount Park from the trust 
income of the Wilstach Fund, Cezanne's Grandes Baigneuses from the 
Pellerin Collection was added to the Wilstach Collection. There thus 
entered the Museum a work of importance in the history of modern 
art. The painting was included in the Cezanne Exhibition organized under 
the auspices of the Louvre and given at the Musee de 1'Orangerie in 
1936 and was characterized in the catalogue of this exhibition as "the 
most important composition of Cezanne." Likewise purchased for the 
Wilstach Collection was the Ballet Class of Degas, a work of the first 
quality. The painting was selected by Mary Cassatt for the collection of 
her brother Alexander J. Cassatt, in whose family it had descended. 

Among other accessions we may signalize especially: 


Benjamin West: "Death on the Pale Horse," c. 1787 — the sketch for 
West's Salon picture of 1801, owned by the Museum — purchased from the 
Mcllhenny Fund income; John McClure Hamilton: Portrait of Mrs. 
Hamilton, given by George Earle Raiguel. 


A stone group "Seals" by Anna Hyatt Huntington, presented on behalf 
of the artist. 


A carved oak door, School of the Ue-de-France, 1516, from the Foulc 
Collection, given by Mrs. Herbert Cameron Morris. 


Wood Block Prints, Japanese, 1740 
Purchased. George W. B. Taylor Fund 


A Philadelphia Queen Anne side chair bequeathed by Miss Adeline Worrell 
Fisher. Various Pennsylvania-German objects given by J. Stogdell Stokes. 


A pair of bronze candelabra, Venetian, XVI century, from the Foulc 
Collection, purchased from the Mcllhenny Fund income. 

Brass bowl, oriental work, XVI century and brass bowl inlaid with silver, 
Venice, XVI century, from the Foulc Collection, purchased from the 
Temple Fund income. Three pieces of English silver, late XVIII and early 
XIX centuries, given by Miss Lena Cadwalader Evans. Silver tea service 
by Philadelphia makers, late XVIII century, given by Miss Emily R. 


Sevres porcelain, 1772 to 1793, given by Mrs. Frederick W. W. Graham; 
and of Louis Philippe period, made for the chateau of Fontainebleau, 
bequeathed by Susan M. Watson; English "Delft" vase, Lambeth factory, 
XVIII century, purchased from the Elizabeth Wandell Smith Fund income. 


A group of Japanese ceramics of exceptional quality; a hand scroll of 
famous places in China, Ming dynasty, printed from wood blocks, and a 
dated first edition of the "Manufacture of Cotton" executed by order of 
the Emperor Ch'ien Lung; three volumes of Japanese colour prints, dated 
1740; a Chinese cloisonne vase, Ming dynasty, all purchased from the 
John T. Morris Fund income. A garniture of ritual objects of cloisonne 
enamel on gold filigree, K'ang Hsi period (1662-1722), given by Mrs. 
Charles M. Lea. 


Among the more notable groups of objects lent to the Museum were: the 
Gangnat Collection, primarily of the works of Renoir; eleven Chinese 
paintings lent by Walter C. Janney; a collection of Chinese porcelains 
lent by J. Mitchell Elliot; and several pieces of English and American 
silver lent by Mrs. Thomas Evans. 



Interior construction by the Works Progress Administration proceeded 
with the aid of an additional federal grant of $231,000. Among the units 
completed were the Spanish Renaissance Room mentioned later, the West 
Foyer with seven galleries surrounding it, and the Chinese palace hall of 
the Ming period, given by the late Edward B. Robinette. 

Other units which should be completed in the coming year are a portion of 
the oriental section, the galleries for transient exhibitions, the print gal- 
leries, the administrative offices, and the library. 


The Spanish Renaissance Room given by Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 
was installed with fine works of the period and opened with ceremony _on 
December 2. 

The new galleries on Floor A served to receive various study collections 
pending completion of the galleries on the first floor. 

Particularly noteworthy has been the installation of the French galleries, 
where, with new accessions and with the loan of important collections, the 
level of quality has been kept extraordinarily high. 

The transient exhibitions of the year, again including some very notable, 
were as follows: 

May 15 — September 20 


May 28— August 9 


September 12 — October 31 


The Barry-Hayes Collection. 

October 2— October 31 

French scenic wall papers. The Carlhian Collection. 

October 16— November 28 








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November 6 — December 12 

December 18 — January 16 

The Laurence John Brengle Collection. 

January 22 — February 27 


March 5 — April 10 


April 16-^Tune 19 


Substantial sums to finance these exhibitions were generously given by 
Mrs. John A. Brown and Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny. 

The exhibition Problems of Portraiture was a feature of our demonstration 
of possibilities of aesthetic interpretation, financed by the Carnegie Cor- 
poration and conducted by Mr. Benson. It offered confrontations of 
related or contrasting interpretations of the portrait from its beginnings 
in Mesopotamia and Egypt to its current manifestations in photography 
and the film. An illustrative brochure was published by The American 
Federation of Arts. The exhibition was shown also with great success by 
the Phillips Memorial Gallery in Washington. 

In the Daumier exhibition, organized by Mr. Mcllhenny, the works 
assembled were of the first importance for merit, rarity and authenticity. 
A large number of the paintings were shown for the first time in America, 
the Louvre lending its Blanchisseuxe and La sowpe. The scientific catalogue 
was given additional permanent value through an interpretation by Claude 
Roger-Marx, and technical analyses by Messrs. Marceau and Rosen. 

For the Benjamin West exhibition Mr. Marceau assembled substantially 
the whole body of his work in America. The catalogue represented the 
first scientific study of the artist to be undertaken in a century and rectified 
many misstatements long current, beside placing in clear relief the extra- 
ordinary influence which West exercised. 

Beginning in February, we successively gave special prominence to a 
selected work under the title of the "Treasure of the Week," which was 
also illustrated weekly in the Evening Bulletin. With interpretative labels 


and photographs these showings ministered effectively to the enjoyment 
and enlightenment of visitors. 

The Museum also participated in exhibitions elsewhere through numerous 
loans of works of art to other institutions in America and abroad. 


Several events held specially for members of the Museum emphasized the 
privileges of membership. The annual reception for members this year 
was on the occasion of the private view of the Daumier exhibition, Novem- 
ber 5. On March 4 a reception and private view of the Benjamin West 
exhibition was offered by the generosity of the Associate Committee of 

Through the courtesy of their owners two notable Philadelphia private 
collections were opened to members of the Museum on particular days — 
the Joseph E. Widener Collection in November and the John D. Mcllhenny 
Collection in May, each with a large and appreciative attendance. 

On several other occasions the Museum was used for important civic 
functions, notably in connection with the celebration of the 150th anniver- 
sary of the signing of the Constitution. On May 12, during the 25th an- 
niversary of the founding of The Garden Club of America, a great dinner 
was served in the Museum with notable musical performances. For this 
occasion members and friends of the Garden Club undertook the adorn- 
ment of the Cloister, Chapel, and antique rooms of the Museum with 
historical flower arrangements of a beauty which will long be memorable. 

The Association of Art Museum Directors and the American Association 
of Museums held their meetings this year in Philadelphia, with suitable 
hospitality on the part of the Museum and its friends. 


In pursuance of our demonstration in aesthetic interpretation, financed 
by the Carnegie Corporation, the possibilities of several means were ex- 
plored : visual comparison in exhibitions (as already described) ; the written 
word; oral interpretation. 

The use of this last means was greatly facilitated by the renewal of our 
large WPA educational project, including this time, a number of qualified 
"exhibits lecturers," who gave daily gallery talks on different aspects of 


the collections. Training of the entire personnel continued throughout the 
year. Such a trained force of "Museum guides," while more expensive, 
has obvious advantages over one of attendants whose duty is merely to 
guard the objects, and we must hope for its continuance. 

The series of endowed lectures was devoted this year to "Vital Issues in 
American Art," the speakers being Lewis Mumford, Lin Yutang, Herbert 
J. Spinden, Mary R. Beard, and Rhys Carpenter. 


Under the efficient direction of Miss Wolfe great progress has been made 
on the immense task of cataloging objects received prior to 1917, with an 
organization of over forty specialized workers supplied by the Works 
Progress Administration. With the advice of Mr. Vanderbilt a system of 
microphotography for record has been devised which has attracted much 
attention in other institutions. 

Miss Wolfe also had the assistance of several effective volunteer workers: 
the Misses Elinor Stewart Carson, Joan Hopkinson, and Elizabeth M. 


The catalogues published by the Museum in connection with the Daumier 
and West exhibitions represented important contributions to knowledge, 
as did papers by Mr. Marceau and Mr. Rosen appearing in Technical 
Studies, and by Mr. Schuster in the learned journals devoted to oriental art. 


David Rosen, who has collaborated with Mr. Marceau in several publica- 
tions, was appointed Adviser in Technical Studies. Robert A. Franks, Jr., 
generously undertook during the year the study and care of the Museum's 
collection of watches. 



Our City appropriation, in spite of great efforts, has remained at $60,000, 
the same level as in 1937 — only about 35% of that in 1931. It is quite 
insufficient by itself to insure even the minimum requirements of protec- 
tion of the works of art belonging to the City and the ordinary maintenance 
of the building erected at municipal expense, to say nothing of making 
them largely available for the service of the public. 


To continue our most essential services we have fortunately had help from 
many quarters. The Commissioners of Fairmount Park appropriated 
$3,000 from the income of the Wilstach Fund to keep the galleries of the 
Wilstach Collection open to the public. As proposed by our President last 
year there was organized a group of Friends of the Museum, listed else- 
where, who contribute substantial sums for operation. The total of such 
contributions this year, including those to support our exhibitions, was 
$43,725, without which it would have been quite impossible for our work 
to continue. Only a large increase of endowment by unrestricted bequests 
would relieve us of the heavy task of raising such sums by subscription 

Gifts of money for special purposes included: for flagpoles, flags, and 
floodlighting the Museum building, as well as for hospitality to the As- 
sociation of Museums, from Mr. and Mrs. A. Atwater Kent; for painting 
at the Letitia Street house, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul Busch; for boxwood 
on the parterres at Mount Pleasant, from Messrs. Charles Townsend 
Ludington, Nicholas S. Ludington, and Wright S. Ludington. 

Another source of financial assistance, not available for expenses of ordinary 
operation, has enabled us, during the depression, to enlarge our educational 
service and to catch up with arrears of bygone years in the matter of 
records. During the past fiscal year the sums expended under grants of 
the Works Progress Administration have been as follows: for educational 
services, $36,097; for recording and photographing objects, $30,164. The 
grand total of funds made available for Museum operation from all sources 
for the year, including relief funds, was $222,449. 


It is not generally realized that the Philadelphia Museum of Art presents a 
most creditable record in economy of operation as compared with other 
similar institutions. While we realize that the services offered the public 
may differ in extent, we do feel that the economy of operation achieved 
here justifies the belief that any additional funds would be fruitfully 

Respectfully submitted, 








































Classes of Objects Bequests Gifts Purchases 

Architecture 2 

Arms and Armour 3 

Ceramics 4 6 

Elizabeth Wandell Smith Fund . . 1 

John T. Morris Fund 40 

Costumes 9 2 

Drawings and Water Colours ... 48 


John T. Morris Fund 1 

Furniture 1 1 

Jewelry 4 

Lacquer 2 

Metal 1 

Temple Fund 2 

John D. Mcllhenny Fund .... 2 

Miniatures 1 1 

Miscellaneous 2 

Paintings 2 

John D. Mcllhenny Fund .... 1 

Wilstach Fund 2 

Prints 18 

George W. B. Taylor Fund ... 3 

Sculpture 3 

Silver 10 

65 55 52 













Total for Year 

Grand Total 


1937 1938 

Arms and Armour 1 

Ceramics 32 

Costumes 15 

Coins and Medals 269 

Drawings and Water Colours 231 

Enamels 1 

Furniture 1 

Jade 1 

Jewelry ... ... 7 

Lacquer 1 

Manuscripts 11 

Miniatures 31 

Miscellaneous 2 

Mosaics 1 

Paintings 274 

Photographs 140 

Prints and Books of Prints 222 

Sculpture 40 

Silver 13 

Textiles 4 

Wall Paper 39 




FISCAL YEAR, JUNE t, 1957-MAY 51, 1958 

Philadelphia Museum of Art 281,497 

Memorial Hall 107,883 

Rodin Museum 44,765 

Mount Pleasant 2,656 

Cedar Grove 2,106 

Letitia Street House 2,225 



Philadelphia Memorial 
Museum Hall 

1929-30 793,103 294,433 ^ 

1930-31 439,727 370,781 

1931-32 346,074* 189,498*t 

1932-33 312,132* 109,948* 
1933-34 317,892* 33,082f 
1934-35 252,592* 21,246f 
1935-36 235,864* 62,178f 

1936-37 271,969 108,819 

1937-38 281,497 107,883 

*Museum closed on certain days of the week. 
fMuseum closed entirely for part of year. 


69th St. 








St. House Total 

















66,889 f 































June 1, 1957 to May 51, 1958, Incl. 


Adults Events Attendance 

Endowed lectures 5 946 

Clubs 2 45 

Other groups 57 2,041 

Total adults 64 3,032 


Visits of School classes 334 10,430 

Regular courses 80 2,355 

Total children 414 12,785 

Total in building 478 15,817 


Cezanne: Grandes Baigneuses 
Purchased. Wilstaeh Fund Income 


Miss Emily R. Ashbridge 
The Misses Atkinson 
Albert C. Barnes 
Mrs. Margaret Brecht 
Mrs. Clarkson Clothier 
Mrs. Thomas B. Ellis 
Miss Lena Cadwalader Evans 
Leonard D. Frescoln 
A. E. Gallatin 
Paul Gouvert 

J. Stogdell 

Mrs. Frederick W. W. Graham 
Mrs. Archer M. Huntington 
Miss ELatharine Kimball 
Mrs. Charles M. Lea 
Miss Rachel Lowrie 
Mrs. Herbert Cameron Morris 
Mrs. Charles C. Perkins 
William Drown Phelps 
Print Club of Philadelphia 
George Earle Raiguel 


delivered to the museum during the year 

Winifred Bell Emma Waln Hires 

Adeline Worrell Fisher Anne Maria Meeteer 

Susan M. Watson 



Addison Gallery of American Art, 

American Academy of Arts and 

American Antiquarian Society 

American Association for Adult 

Jules S. Bache 

E. M. Benson 

Paul Bergse 

Mrs. Grace Hall Blashfield 

Mrs. Edward Bok 

Mrs. Maurice Brix 

Carnegie Corporation of New York 

M. A. Downing 

Mrs. Michael Ermillio 

Mrs. W. B. Force 

J. Francez, S. J. 

Free Library of Philadelphia 

Frick Collection 

Garde-Meuble Royal, Stockholm 

Hallwyl Museum, Stockholm 

Hannover Landesmuseum 

President and Fellows of Harvard 

Martin Heydrich 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

Hispanic Society of America 

Honolulu Academy of Arts 

John S. Jenks 

Fiske Kimball 

Mrs. William E. Lloyd 

J. Arthur MacLean 

Malmo Museum, Malmo, Sweden 

Henri Marceau 

Henry P. McIlhenny 

Jaume Miravitlles i Navarra 

Frederick John Nettlefold 

Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Charles H. Sawyer 

Robert Scholz-Forni 

J. Stogdell Stokes 

Studio Publishers 

U. S. Federal Housing 

Vatican Library, Rome 

Georges Wildenstein 

Edwin Wolfe, 2nd 

C. C. Zantzinger 

*The Museum exchanges its publications with many other institutions. 



Addison Gallery op American Art 

Miss Louise Adolphson 

W. G. Russell Allen 

American Folk Art Gallery 

Art Institute of Chicago 

Harry Bakwin 

Baltimore Museum of Art 

Ahron Ben-Shmuel 

Bignou Gallery 

Hon. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Braun 

Estate of Laurence John Brengle 

John Nicholas Brown 

Mrs. Edward Browning 

Mrs. Earl Martin Buck 

Mrs. Edwin Burk 

Carlhian of Paris, Inc. 

Carnegie Institute 

Cleveland Museum of Art 

Columbia University Teachers 
College Library 

Concord Art Association 

Mrs. John E. Cornwell 

Lucius A. Crowell, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dale 

Detroit Institute of Arts 

Mrs. Joseph Dohan 

Downtown Gallery 

William Rush Dunton, Jr. 

durand-ruel, inc. 

Abram T. Eastwick 

Willett L. Eccles 

J. Mitchell Elliot 

H. A. Elsberg 

Wharton Esherick 

Mrs. David J. Evans 

Mrs. Thomas Evans 

Walker Evans 

Federal Art Project of 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Middleton 

Fogg Art Museum 

Franklin Institute 

Free Library of Philadelphia 

Mrs. John C. Fremont 

A. E. Gallatin 

Philippe Gangnat 

Miss Deborah Norris Glover 

Madame Paul Guillaume 

Mrs. Arthur H. Hacker 

John H. Halford 

Henry R. Hallowell 

Miss Laura Harding 

Horace Binney Hare 

James Russell Harris 

Harvard University 

Edward S. Hawes 

The Misses Hawes 

Barry Hepburn 

Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Hepburn 

Estate of Elizabeth B. Hepburn 

Miss Margaretta S. Hinchman 

F. H. Hirschland 

Historical Society of Pennsylvania 

Mrs. R. P. Hollingsworth 

Miss Hannah Mee Horner 

Independence Hall, National 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll 

William M. Ivins, Jr. 

Walter C. Janney 



H. H. F. Jatne 

Mrs. Walter Jennings 

Mrs. Allen A. Johnson 

oskar kakoschka 

Joseph Katz 

Mrs. Elizabeth Lentz Keim 

Kennedy and Company 

Frederick Keppel and Company, Inc. 

Karl Knaths 

M. Knoedler and Company 

John Frederick Lewis Collection 

Library Company of Philadelphia 

Musee du Louvre 

John Marin 

The Maryland Institute 

McClees Gallery 

Henry P. McIlhenny 

Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 

Miss Henrietta J. Meeteer 

F. H. Meserve 

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Mills College 

Minneapolis Institute of Art 

John Pierpont Morgan 

Estate of Marian Mott 

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 

Museum of Modern Art 

The National Gallery of Canada 

William Rockhill Nelson Gallery 

of Art 
J. B. Neumann 
Mrs. Edward Norman 
Numismatic and Antiquarian Society 
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 

Institute of the Pennsylvania 

Philip B. Peruvian 

Phillips Memorial Gallery 

Herbert Lee Pratt 

Princeton University 

Percy R. Pyne, 2nd 

Raymond and Raymond 

Renaissance Galleries 

Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 

Claude Roger-Marx 

A. S. W. Rosenbach 

Lessing J. Rosenwald 

Mrs. Harold Rugg 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sachs 

Charles Sessler 

Herman Shulman 

Hon. Charles Sinkler 

Mr. and Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 

Smith College Museum of Art 

Mr. and Mrs. George V. Smith 

Maurice J. Speiser 

Arthur J. Sussel 

Swarthmore College 

Miss Agnes Taylor 

Miss Elinor Taylor 

University Museum 

Robert C. Vose Galleries 

Wadsworth Atheneum 

Walters Art Gallery 

William G. Warden 

The Benjamin West Society 

The Weyhe Gallery 

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. White, 3rd 

wlldenstein and company 

Mrs. John Wintersteen 

Worcester Art Museum 


French Renaissance Doorway, 1518 

From the Foulc Collection 

Given by Mrs. Herbert Cameron Morris 



I have the honor to present the following report of the two Schools — The 
Philadelphia Textile School and The School of Industrial Art : 


The number of students registered in the two schools for the scholastic year 
of 1937-1938 was 1,614— divided as follows: 


Day School 522 

Evening School 300 

Saturday School 204 1,026 


Day School 178 

Evening School 410 588 

Total 1,614 


Art School 65 

Textile School 35 


The Philadelphia Textile School has just closed its fifty-fourth year. The 
student body was sufficiently large to tax the facilities both as to faculty 
and general equipment. While the greater portion of students came from 
Pennsylvania, there were also students from twenty-two other States, and 
three from foreign countries. 

The two lecture courses pertaining to the field of textile economics were 
well attended, and justified the hopes of their sponsors. Professor H. E. 
Michl's course on "Problems in Textile Economics" was brought to an 
interesting conclusion on January 5 by a visit of forty-five students to 


New York City as guests of The New York Cotton Exchange. At the head- 
quarters of The National Association of Wool Manufacturers, the students 
were addressed by Mr. M. D. C. Crawford of the staff of The Fairchild 
Publishing Company. 

Professor A. E. Cameron's lecture course on "Cost and Accounting in 
Textile Mills" was also well attended. 

The upper classes have been taken on visits to numerous textile plants, 
and on May 17, the Senior Class, by invitation of Colonel W. A. McCain, 
spent a profitable afternoon inspecting the U. S. Army Quartermasters 


The Textile School occupied a booth at the Thirty-fourth Knitting Arts 
Exhibition, held in Philadelphia April 25-29. Among their exhibits was 
the showing of a new glass fabric that was woven in the Jacquard Depart- 
ment, utilizing the "Fiberglas" developed by the Owens-Illinois Glass 
Company. For the first time, fabrics combining fibers with glass were 
shown in the Annual Exhibition of Students' Work. 


The Textile School is deeply indebted to twenty-four firms who have con- 
tributed machinery and miscellaneous supplies totaling $2,802. The out- 
standing gifts were: 

Stainless Steel Kier for scouring and bleaching, by Wm. Allen & Sons 
Company, Worcester, Mass. — value $1,200. 

Reconditioning two sample wool cards and putting them in working 
condition by Proctor & Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. — -value $511. 

Cadmium-plated flat steel heddles and harness frames by Steel Heddle 
Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. — value $319. 


Last year the students in the Design classes in the Art School had assigned 
to them various problems within the specific limitations of commercial use. 
This year, enlarging this policy, designs in wall paper were criticised from 
the standpoint of commercial acceptance. Mr. Henry Allman assigned a 















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problem with specific paper limitations, and later criticised the results 
from the standpoint of a design buyer. 

Art students in the Design course, who last year enrolled in the Textile 
School Night Class in order to further their work in Textile Pattern Design 
as worked out on the looms, have this year extended their work into more 
advanced courses, and have continued the work with notable success. 

Upon the request of prospective students, a night class in Industrial Design 
was tentatively introduced, and met with sufficient response and encourag- 
ing results as to justify its continuance and expansion next season. 

An ambitious project in collaboration with the Sculpture Department, 
involving the designing of monumental bronze doors, is well under way 
and should show interesting results by next term. 

Several students of the Design class assisted members of the faculty in the 
preliminary drafting of designs for flags which in their final form are to be 
the property of the Philadelphia Museum, a gift from Mr. Atwater Kent. 


This year, in the Illustration course, increased use was made of the motion 
picture in the teaching of drawing and composition. There has been a 
great deal of interest exhibited in the field of Art Education as to the 
development of drawing along these lines, so much so, in fact, that the 
first comprehensive exhibition of drawings done from the motion picture 
was held this winter in Boston. Our students in the Illustration class con- 
tributed largely to this exhibition, and the work received the highest praise. 
During the school year, Mr. Herbert Johnson, the famous cartoonist, Mr. 
Roy Spreter, widely known illustrator, and Mr. Thornton Martin of The 
Saturday Evening Post were guests of the School and greatly assisted the 
class by giving special problems and professional criticism. 

A considerable amount of professional work was done by the students, 
including three books, a series of illustrations for a magazine article, and 
numerous advertising and poster drawings. 


In keeping with the ideas of the class in former years, many activities, 
outside of regular class problems, have been sponsored. These have included 
three trips to New York to visit special galleries and exhibits and to get a 
review of the publicity scene in New York; visits to industrial, cultural, 


and merchandising events and places in Philadelphia, including an espe- 
cially arranged meeting with Mr. Leon Marks of the Curtis Publishing 
Company for the study of reproduction methods. 

Among some of the interesting practical problems done by the Advertising 
Design class this year was in a contest sponsored by The Tasty Baking 
Company for their outdoor publicity, in which the problem was the crea- 
tion of new ideas for a current campaign. The prizes were won by Mr. 
Douglas Franklin, 1st; Mr. Benjamin Greber, 2nd; Mr. Jay Garbutt, 
Evening School, 3rd. Because of the satisfaction of the Company with the 
character of the student work, a special Honorable Mention was awarded 
to Miss Marie Berner. 

It is interesting to note the interest the work of the students of the School 
is promoting in the industrial field. The W. H. Hoedt Studios are offering 
a prize this year to the student in the graduating Advertising Design class 
who has produced, in their regard, the best work for advertising purposes. 
This prize was unsolicited and came as a result of the belief of this Company 
that students of this school are producing outstanding material. 


The Department of Stage-Craft had a very busy season. Seven models 
were entered in the Stage Model Contest, held annually under the auspices 
of The Art Alliance. The model for the Stage Set R. U. R. received third 

In order to give the advanced students in the Stage-Craft course more 
practical experience, arrangements were made with the Germantown 
Theatre Guild to have the students design, paint and erect the scenery 
for their productions. To this end, they devoted one day a week in the 
Guild's theatre. 


The Annual Spring Fashion Show was presented by the students of the 
Costume Design Department on April 19 and 20 to more than 4,000 
persons at the Manufacturers and Bankers Club. The stage settings, with 
clever vignettes, were designed by the class in Stage-Craft, and represented 
the 1910 period. 

One of the most acclaimed gowns, "White Vision," was selected to repre- 
sent the work of the Costume Design Department, in the Fifth Fashion 


Two XVI Century bowls 
From the Foulc Collection 
Purchased. Temple Fund Income 

Congress at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel the following week. It was 
awarded one of the blue ribbons, the highest honor. 

Since our Spring Fashion Show enables us to exhibit only those clothes 
for the spring and summer seasons, and represents the work accomplished 
for only three months prior to this time, the department showed a smaller 
and more informal collection of winter coats, suits, and dresses in November. 

Two members of the graduating class spent the last five weeks of the School 
year as apprentices at the establishment of Dorothy Diehl, one of our 
former students who has a design studio at State College, Pa. 

In September and in March, students were given the opportunity of going 
to New York to see the import collections at Ellerbe Wood, Inc., repre- 
senting the trend of Paris influence on American fashions. They also 
attended "Fashion Futures — American Edition" in New York, the larg- 
est fashion show given in this country. Others were guests at Fashion 
Group luncheons in Philadelphia. 


Students in the Pottery class were again represented in the Sixth Annual 
Memorial Exhibition to Mrs. Robineau, at Syracuse. Also, several students 
in this course were represented in an American Exhibition of Ceramics 
shown in Paris that was under the auspices of the American Federation of 
Arts. This exhibition has returned to America and is now on tour in this 

The School was also represented by two pieces of pottery in a carefully 
selected exhibition that was sent to Denmark, Sweden, and England. 


Of the sixty-four books added to the Library this year, twenty-one have 
been gifts. Of these, the Associate Committee of Women have given four 
volumes of von Boehn's Modes and Manners of the Nineteenth 
Century, and the Beta Gamma Sigma Sorority four volumes of von Boehn's 
Modes and Manners, the eight volumes thus covering the history of 
costume from Roman times through the 19th century. Mrs. Frank Thome 
Patterson's gift of Twenty Birds of Mt. Desert by Carroll Tyson is also 
a great addition to the Library. Some two hundred and forty plates and 
photographs have also been given us. 

The Lending Shelf has been much appreciated by the students. We are 
always glad of donations to this shelf. 


The attendance has been very good, 12,000 visits having been paid the 
Library during the school year. Of that 12,000, 674 of that number repre- 
sent students from the Night School. 

Following is a list of those who have contributed books to the Library: 

Associate Committee of Women Mr. John Story Jenks 

Associate Committee of Women Mr. Thornton Oakley 

(Library Fund) Mrs. Thornton Oakley 

Beta Gamma Sigma Sorority Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Class of 1932 Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Class of 1937 Mrs. John Wintersteen 

Dr. Frederick Fraley W. P. A. Museum Extension 


Of the exhibits presented in the School's gallery during the year, the most 
important were: the exhibition of Outdoor Advertising sponsored by the 
McCandlish Lithograph Corporation; an exhibition of the Lithographs of 
Daumier; photographs by Alfredo Valente; exhibition of Russian Graphic 
Art; and a group of Commercial Illustrations from N. W. Ayer & Son. 

Representative work in the courses of Drawing, Painting, Perspective, 
Anatomy, and Modeling is shown in this year's exhibition. A careful study 
of these different subjects reveals considerably more unification than 
formerly. We have reason to be encouraged by the fine attitude on the 
part of the instructors who have sincerely endeavored to bring their work 
into closer relationship, not only with the major courses but also with 
each other. 

We wish to acknowledge the stimulating effect upon the students of the 
many prizes offered by the Associate Committee of Women that were 
presented at the Commencement Exercises, and to thank them, not only 
for generosity in this matter but also for their most generous help and co- 
operation in so many matters pertaining to the welfare of the School. 

In concluding this report, I wish also to express my appreciation to the 
President and Officers of the Corporation, to the Trustees, the Committee 
on Instruction, and the Staff and Faculty. 

Respectfully submitted, 






I herewith present the Fiftieth Annual Report of the Associate Committee 
of Women. 

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the death of Mrs. William H. 
Walbaum who was elected to membership in 1914 and to Honorary Mem- 
bership in 1932; also the death of Mrs. Charles Wolcott Henry, who became 
a member of the Committee in 1920 and who was elected to Honorary 
Membership in 1934. The resignation of Mrs. Charles Francis Griffith 
was accepted with deep regret. We are happy to welcome as new members, 
Mrs. Nicholas Biddle, Mrs. Benjamin Rush, Jr., Mrs. William P. Wear 
and Mrs. John H. Whelen, Jr. The Associate Committee and its members 
have been extraordinarily active this year in the work at both the Museum 
and the Schools. The Committee contributed $420 as prize money which 
provided twenty-seven school prizes. These prizes covered work of the 
students in Advertising Design, Costume Design, Design Laboratory, 
Illustration and Decoration, Jewelry, Fashion Illustration and Sketching, 
and were awarded at the Annual Commencement which was held at the 
Philadelphia Museum of Art, June 2. Mrs. Logan MacCoy, in the absence 
of Mrs. Nichols, presented the awards. At the Annual Fashion Show of 
the Costume Design Department six members of the Committee acted as 
judges. For some time the Committee has felt that it would be stimulat- 
ing to the students if one or more of the gowns designed and made by the 
students were entered in the Annual Fashion Congress. This year the 
Committee contributed the fee necessary to display one of the gowns. It 
was a source of gratification to the Associate Committee to have the 
student's gown awarded a blue ribbon, one of the highest awards. 

Members of the Committee have extended to the students in Interior 
Design the privilege of visiting their homes. These visits are deeply ap- 
preciated by both the faculty and the students. Regarding its work at 
the Museum, the Committee is happy to report that at one of the major 
exhibitions of the year, the Benjamin West Bicentenary, the Committee 
arranged an evening reception in connection with its opening and the 
officers of the Committee received. 


During the year two of our members gave delightful parties in connection 
with the opening of important Museum events. In November, Mrs. John 
D. Mcllhenny gave a reception at the Museum inaugurating the Daumier 
Exhibition. In December, our Honorary President, Mrs. Frank Thorne 
Patterson, gave a delightful tea in connection with the opening of the 
recently installed Spanish Room of the fifteenth century which she so 
generously gave to the Museum. Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny also graciously 
opened her house for the enjoyment of the entire membership of the 
Museum on the afternoons of May 2, 3 and 5, on which occasions tea was 
served. During the celebration held in Philadelphia in October, commem- 
orating the Birth of the Constitution, members of the Committee acted 
as hostesses in costume of the period in two of the houses of the Colonial 
Chain, Mount Pleasant and Cedar Grove. 

Respectfully submitted, 

iaJLU. i. CcnOlc^ 

Corresponding Secretary. 




In submitting the Treasurer's Report for the fiscal year 1937-1938, there 
are certain items which seem to be worthy of special mention. 


The Trustees approved in June, 1937, a Museum Budget which called for 
the raising of approximately $40,000 by voluntary contributions. During 
the summer of 1937, however, the Federal Project of the Works Progress 
Administration for Museum Gallery Guides was suddenly stopped. The 
Corporation was then faced with the difficult task, if the Museums were 
to be kept open to the public, of raising additional funds to supply the 
necessary attendants. The officers were encouraged to believe that such 
additional funds would be forthcoming from the City Treasury, and acting 
upon such assurances incurred additional expenses for attendants to replace 
those released. Unfortunately, in this expectation they were to be dis- 
appointed and it became necessary to raise additional funds by voluntary 
contributions to carry on the work of the Museum. The President again 
assumed this great burden and was successful in raising over $42,000 among 
his friends to balance the Museum Budget for the fiscal year. In December, 
1937, the Federal Project for Gallery Guides was renewed so that from 
that date the Corporation was relieved of the burden of supplying these 
additional attendants, which the limited funds of the Museum cannot 
afford, but which are so necessary for the proper protection of its and the 
City's valuable collections. 

The Corporation, in addition, has contributed sponsor's share of money 
and materials to carry on work in connection with the installation of new 
galleries and interiors under Works Progress Administration projects. 


Regarding the work at the Schools, it has been the policy to be cautious 
in making estimates of expenditures and income. During times of economic 
stress, schools such as ours, which must depend in large part upon the 
collection of tuition fees for their successful operation, often are among 
the first to feel the paralyzing effects of financial distress. We are happy 
to report that in the year just closed we were fortunate to receive in income, 


an amount in excess of our estimate, so that we were able to continue the 
wise policy of reducing the excessive mortgage now placed on the present 
school building by an additional $15,000. 


The portfolio of our securities has been given constant and careful study 
by the members of our Committee on Finance whose arduous and disin- 
terested labours cannot be praised too highly. The income received from 
our invested funds exceeded our estimates. Our endowment has been 
enriched during the year by over $100,000, principally through the bequest 
of the late Edward I. H. Howell. 

Respectfully submitted, 




The Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art contribute substantial 
sums toward the annual operating cost of the Museum and its exhibitions. 
For 1937-38 the list of these is as follows: 

Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr. 
Major Aaron E. Carpenter 
Mrs. John T. Dorrance 
William M. Elkins 
Clarence H. Geist 
Joseph V. Horn 
Atwater Kent Foundation 
Howard A. Loeb 
George Horace Lorimer 

Jerome H. Louchheim 
Mrs. John D. McIlhenny 
Staunton B. Peck 
Lessing J. Rosenwald 
Lawrence Saunders 
Mrs. C. Morton Smith 
Roland L. Taylor 
Morris Wolf 
Charlton Yarnall 






State of Pennsylvania $ 33,750.00 

Commissioners of Fairmount Park . . . 60,000.00 

Contributions for Maintenance and 

Research 2S.541.01 

Income from Endowment and 

Unrestricted Funds 45,224.45 

Membership Dues 18,050.00 

Tuition Fees 186,055.47 


Due from State of Pennsylvania .... 11,250.00 

♦Excess of Expenditures 29,525.76 



Schools $230,853.00 

Museums 155,772.11 

Administration 25,771.58 


*This excess of expenditures has been met by contributions. 



Cash in Bank .... $108,910.79 

Cash on Hand .... 250.00 

$ 109,160.79 

Restricted Income Invested .... 41,000.00 

Real Estate (cost) . . . 550,778.99 

Less Mortgages .... 475,000.00 


Investments (cost) 2,370,657.91 

Due by State of Pennsylvania .... 11,250.00 

— $2,607,847.69 

Balance 219,015.89 


Endowment and Restricted Funds . . . $2,457,716.20 

Miscellaneous 172,147.38 

Loans from Museum Fund 197,000.00 


"The value of the Art Collections is not included in this -statement. 

Respectfully submitted, 


We have examined the books and accounts of the Philadelphia Museum 
of Art for the year ended May 31, 1938, and we hereby certify that the 
foregoing Report of the Treasurer and the Statement of Assets and Liabili- 
ties correctly set forth the true financial position of the Institution as of 
that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

June 10, 1938. 

Certified Public Accountant. 




Benefactors, who contribute or bequeath $25,000 or more to the Cor- 

Patrons, who contribute or bequeath $5,000 to the Corporation. 

Fellows, who contribute $1,000 at one time. 

Life Members, who contribute $500 at one time. 

Associates, who contribute $250 a year. 

Sustaining Members, who contribute $100 a year. 

Contributing Members, who contribute $25 a year. 

Annual Members, who contribute $10 a year. 

Any person may be elected a Benefactor, Patron, Fellow or Life Member, 
who shall have made a gift to an amount requisite for admission to the 
respective class, and an Honorary Benefactor, Honorary Patron or Honor- 
ary Fellow, who shall have made a loan of an important work of art or 
collection of a value equal to the gift of the corresponding class of members 
of the Corporation. 

Benefactors, Patrons, Fellows, and Life Members are not liable to annual 



Benefactors, Patrons and Fellows are enrolled in perpetuity. The names 
of those deceased are indicated by italics. 


Baugh, Margaret L. 
Bok, Mary Louise Curtis 
Bowman, Elizabeth Malcolm 
Brock, Alice G. 
Carnegie Corporation 
Chandler, Percy M. 
Clark, Edward W. 
Curtis. Cyrus H. K. 
Darley, Francis F. S. 
Dolfinger, Henry 
Eakins, Susan Macdowell 
Elkins, William M. 
Frishmuth, Sarah S. 
General Education Board 
Gibson, Mary K. 
Harding, Dorothea Barney 
Helme, William E. 
Henry, Mrs. Charles Wolcott 
Howell, Anna Hazen 
Howell, Edward I. H. 
Janney, Walter C. 
Jenks, John Story 
Johnson, Eldridge Reeves 
Keehmle, M. Theresa 
Lea, Charlotte Augusta 
Loeb, Howard A. 

Lorimer, George Horace 
Ludington, Charles H. 
Magee, James R. 
Martin, John C. 
McIlhenny, John D. 
McIlhenny, Mrs. John D. 
McLean, William L. 
Moore. Clara J. 
Morris, John T. 
Morris, Lydia Thompson 
Pilling, William S. 
Rice, Mrs. Alexander Hamilton 
Robinette, Edward B. 
Shippen, Elizabeth Swift 
Sinkler, Wharton 
Sinkler, Mrs. Wharton 
Stokes, J. Stogdell 
Rockefeller, John D., Jr. 
Taylor, Roland L. 
Temple, Joseph E. 
Warden, William G. 
Weightman, William 
Widener, George D. 
Williams, Mary Adeline 
Wood, William 


Dixon, Mrs. Widener 
Garvan, Mrs. Francis P. 
Parsons, Ella 
Pitcairn, Raymond 

Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T. 
Tyson, Carroll S. 
Tyson, Mrs. Carroll S. 
Williams, Mrs. Charles F. 



Baird, John 
Barton, Susan R. 
Ber wind, Harr y A . 
Bispham, George Tucker 
Blanchard. Anna 
Blanchard, Harriet 
Bodine, Samuel T. 
Bok, Edward 
Bonsal, Mrs. Stephen 
Braun, John F. 
Brown, Henry I. 
Brown, Mrs. John A., Jr. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Busch, Henry Paul 
Carson, Mrs. Hampton L. 
Cheston, Radcliffe, Jr. 
Cheston, Mrs. Radcliffe, Jr. 
Childs, George W. 
Clark, Clarence M. 
Collet, Mark Wilkes 
Collins, Philip S. 
Collins, Mrs. Philip S. 
Combs, Mary A. 
Cramp, Mrs. Theodore W. 
Crane, John A. 
Cresson, James H. 
deForest, Mrs. Robert W. 
Dick, William A. 
Dick, Mrs. William A. 
Disston, Henry and Sons 
Dobbins. Mary A. 
Dolan, Clarence W. 
Dolan, H. Yale 
Dolan, Isabelle W. 
Dolan, Thomas 
Dorrance, Mrs. John T. 
Drexel, A. J. 
Drexel, F. A. 
Fitler, Mrs. William W. 
Flagg, Stanley Griswold 
Foster, Frank B. 

Foster, Mrs. E. L. 
Fuguet, Howard 
Garrett, Julia 
Garrett, W. E., Jr. 
Geist, Clarence H. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Henry C. 
Gibson, Susan W. P. 
Gribbel, John 

Griffith, Mrs. Charles Francis 
Griscom, Rodman E. 
Harkness, Mrs. Edward S. 
Harrison, Emily Leland 
Harrison, Thomas Skelton 
Helme, Mrs. William E. 
Henry, Mrs. J. Norman 
Hoffman, Benjamin R. 
Houston, H. H. 
Ingersoll, Charles E. 
Janney, Mrs. Walter C. 
Jenks, John Story 
Kent, A. Atwater 
Kent, Mrs. A. Atwater 
Larner, Chester W. 
Laughlin, Anne Irwin 
Laughlin, Henry A. 
Lea, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Lea, Henry C. 
Lea, Nina 

Leiper, Mrs. James G., Jr. 
Lewis, Francis W. 
Lippincott, Agnes 
Lippincott, Walter 
Ludington, Wright S. 
Madeira, Betty Campbell 
Magee, Fannie S. 
Martin, Mrs. John C. 
McCarthy, John A. 
McClatchy, John H. 
McFadden, George 
McFadden, John H. 


PATRONS (Continued) 

Meigs. Mrs. Arthur V. 

Morris, Mrs. Herbert C. 

Morris, Samuel W. 

Munthe, General J. W. N. 

Neuman, Charles V. 

Nichols, Mrs. H. S. Prentiss 

Page. Louis Rodman 

Patterson, Mrs. Frank Thorne 

Peck, Staunton B. 

Peck, Mrs. Staunton B. 

Pell. Alfred Duane 

Penrose, Boies 

Pepper. John W. 

Poe, Mrs. Edgar Allan 

Price. Eli Kirk 

Purves. Elizabeth Gilkison 

Rea. Samuel 

Re a. Mary Black 

Ritchie. Craig D. 

Roberts, Mrs. Howard 

Rosenwald, Lessing J. 

Scott. Anna D. 

Seabrease, N. M. 

Search. Theodore C. 

Seeler. Edgar V. 

Seeler. Mrs. Edgar V. 
Simpson. Alex. Jr. 
Smith, Albert L. 
Smith. Elizabeth Wandell 
Smith, Mrs. C. Morton 
Smith, Edward B., Jr. 
Smith, Geoffrey S. 
Smith, John Story 
Smith, W. Hinckle 
Starr, Isaac Tatnall 
Stirling. Anne Biddle 
Sullivan. James F. 
Sulzberger. Mayer 
Taylor. Mary E. 
Thompson, Mrs. William Boyce 
Tyler, Mrs. John J. 
Tyson, Carroll S., Jr. 
Tyson, Mrs. Carroll S., Jr. 
Wasserman, Joseph 
Whitney, A. and Sons 
Williams, Mrs. Charles F. 
Wister, Sabine d'Invilliers 
Wister. Sarah Tyler 
Wolf, Morris 


First Baptist Church of 

duPont, Henry F. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Numismatic and Antiquarian 

Society of Philadelphia 
Paumgarten, Mrs. Harald 
Powel, T. I. Hare 

Rotan, Mrs. Samuel P. 
Scott, Mary Howard Sturgis 
Steel, Mrs. Alfred G. B. 
Stout, C. Frederick C. 
Stout, Mrs. C. Frederick C. 
White, Samuel S., 3rd 
Widener, Joseph E. 


Adger. Willian 
Allen, La ura 
Armstrong, F. Wallis 

Artman, Caroline Foerderer 
Baird, Mrs. Edgar Wright 
Baker, Mrs. Samuel M. 


FELLOWS (Continued) 

Ballard. Ellis Ames 
Battles, Frank 
Beeber. Dimner 
Belfield, T. Broom 
Belmont, E. A. 
Benson, Mrs. Edwin N., Jr. 
Berwind, Mrs. Henry A. 
Bettle, Mrs. Samuel 
Biddle, Mrs. Arthur 
Blair, Andrew 
Blair, Mrs. Andrew 
Blum, Albert 
Bochman, Charles F. 
Bockius, Morris R. 
Bond, Charles 
Bowen, Samuel B. 
Boyd, William 
Bracken, Francis B. 
Brinton, Christian 
Brown, James Crosby 
Brubaker, Mrs. Albert P. 
Bullitt, Orville H. 
Burnham. Mrs. George, Jr. 
Cardeza, Charlotte D. M. 
Carpenter, Aaron E. 
Carruth, John G. 
Carson, Hampton L 
Carter, Mrs. William T. 
Cassatt, Gardner 
Cassatt, Robert K. 
Chamberlin, William B. 
Clifford, Henry 
Coleman, Fanny B. 
Coles, Mary Roberts 
Colton, Mrs. Sabin W '., Jr 
Coxe, Mrs. Alexander Brown 
Coxe, Mrs. Henry Brinton 
Crane, T. I. 
Crane, Mrs. Theron I. 
Cret, Paul P. 
Curtin, William Wilson 

Davis, Mrs. Charles P. 

Day, Charles 

Day, Mrs. Charles 

de Cerkez, Mrs. Euphemia P. 

deSchauensee, Mrs. Rodolphe 

Dickson, Arthur G. 

Dixon, Mrs. Samuel G. 

Dodge, Mrs. James Mapes 

Dorrance, John T. 

duPont, Bertha Taylor 

du Pont, Lammot 

du Pont, Pierre S. 

du Pont, Mrs. Pierre S. 

du Pont, Mrs. William K. 

Earle, Mrs. George H., Jr. 

Eisenlohr, Charles J. 

Evans, Lena Cadwalader 

Evans, Ralph B. 

Fels, Samuel S. 

Fisher, Edith T. 

Flagg, Mrs. Stanley G 

Fox. L. Webster 

Frazier, George Harrison 

Frazier, Mrs. George Harrison 

Fry, Wilfred W. 

Fuller, Mrs. Sara K. 

Fuller, Walter D. 

Fuller, Mrs. William M. 

Gates, Thomas S. 

Gest, William P. 

Gibson, Mrs. Henry C. 

Goodhart, Howard L. 

Greenfield, Albert M. 

Griswold, Mrs. Frank Tracey 

Groome, Mrs. John C. 

Hall ah an, Walter J. 

Hart, Charles D. 

Hart, Mary M. 

Hatfield, Henry Reed 

Hen son, Edward F. 

Hepburn, Mrs. Philip R. 


FELLOWS (Continued) 

Hinchman, Mrs. Charles S. 


Hockley, Amelia D. 
Hodgson, Miss Ella 
Hopkinson, Edward, Jr. 
Horn, Joseph V. 
Horner, Samuel, Jr. 
Hubbard, Mrs. Henry V. 
Huff, Mrs. George F. 
Humphreys. Letitia 
Hunt, Rebecca Mandeville 

Hutchinson, Mrs. Joseph B. 
Hutchinson, Sydney E. 
Ingersoll, Henry McKean 
Ingersoll, R. Sturgis 
Jayne, Mrs. Henry LaBarre 
Jayne, Horace H. F. 
Jenkins, Charles F. 
Johnson, Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Johnson, Mary Warner 
Keen, Edwin F. 
Kuehnle, C. Albert 
Ladd, Mrs. Westray 
Lavino.E. J. 
Lee, Henry Livingston 
Leeds, Morris E. 
Lippincott, J. Bertram 
Lippincott, Mrs. J. Bertram 
Loeb, Arthur 
Louchheim, Jerome H. 
Mansure, Edmund L. 
Mason, John H., Sr. 
Mason, Rebecca P. Stevenson 
Mastbaum, Mrs. Jules 
McCreary, Mrs. George D. 
McFadden, J. Franklin 
McGill, Mary E. 
McMichael, Emory 
McMurtrie, Ellen 

McVitty, Albert E. 
Meirs, Mrs. Richard Waln 
Mercer, William R. 
Mercer, Mrs. William R. 
Miller, George 
Moore, Mrs. William H. 
Morgan, Mrs. Randal 
Morris, Lawrence J. 
Morris, Mrs. Samuel W. 
Moss, Frank H. 
Moss, Anna Hunter 
Munson, George S. 
Munson, Mrs. George S. 
Newbold, Arthur E., Jr. 
Newton, A. Edward 
Norton, Mrs. Nathaniel R. 
Pell, Cornelia Livingston 
Pepper. Henrietta Dallas 
Pew, J. Howard 
Price, Mrs. Eli Kirk 
Price. War wick James 
Prime, Mrs. Alfred C. 
Randolph, Anna 
Reath, Mrs. B. Brannan, 2nd 
Rebmann, Godfrey 
Rebmann, Mrs. Godfrey 
Reifsnyder, Howard 
Reilly, George 
Roberts, Mrs. Edward 
Robins, Thomas 
Rockefeller, Mrs. Nelson A. 
Rodenbough, Elmer E. 
Roosevelt, Nicholas G. 
Rosenbach, A. S. W. 
Rosenbach, Philip H. 


Rozet, Marie Josephine 
Santa Eulalia, Countess Eliz- 
abeth de 
Saunders, Lawrence 
Saunders, Mrs. Lawrence 


FELLOWS (Continued) 

Schaum, Otto 
Simon, Edward P. 
Sinkler, Caroline S. 
Sinkler, Mrs. James M. R. 
Smith, Lewis Lawrence 
Starr, Mrs. Isaac Tatnall 
Stengel, Mrs. Alfred 
Stewart, W. Plunket 
Stimson, Anna K. 
Stokes, Mrs. J. Stogdell 
Stotesbury, Mrs. Edward T. 
Strawbridge, Frederic H. 
Strawbridge, Mrs. Frederic H. 
Sullivan, John J. 
Thomson, Anne 
Thomson, Mrs. Frank Graham 
Thomson, Walter S. 
Townsend, Mrs. David 
Tubize Artificial Silk Co. 

VanDtke, John W. 
Van Sciver, George D. 
Vaux, Henry Pepper 
Vaux, Mrs. Henry Pepper 
Wainwright, F. King 
Waller, Mrs. Littleton W. T., Jr. 
Wanamaker, Rodman 
Ward, T. Johnson 
Warriner, Samuel D. 
Williams, David E. 
Williams, John B. 
Wills, Mrs. William M. 
Windrim, John T. 
Wurts, Mrs. C. Stewart 
Yarnall, Charlton 
Yarnall, Mrs. Charlton 
Yeatman, Mrs. Pope 
Zimmermann, John E. 


Davis, Bernard 
Harrison, H. Norris 
Harrison, John, Jr. 
Hayward, Nathan 
Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
McIlhenny, Henry P. 
Newbold, Clement B. 
Pennsylvania Hospital 
Pitcairn, Theodore 

Smith, Esther Morton 
Society of the Sons of St. George 
Thomson, Archibald G., Jr. 
Tilghman, Benjamin C. 
Wanamaker, Thomas B., Jr. 
Wells, Helen Douw 
Williams, Mrs. John S. 
Wister, Frances A. 
Wister, Owen 
Yellin, Samuel 


Allen, Joseph 
Audenried, Mrs. Lewis 
Barney, Charles D. 
Barney, James W. 
Battles, H. H. 
Battles, Mrs. H. H. 

Beardwood, Mrs. Joseph T. 
Beck, Adele M. 
Bein, August 
Bell, Mrs. Samuel 
Blaetz, Jacob H. 
Bland, Pascal Brooke 


LIFE MEMBERS (Continued) 

Bland, Mrs. Pascal Brooke 

Boericke, Gideon 

Boger & Crawford 

Bok, Cart William 

Bower, Frank B. 

Bower, William H. 

Brazier, E. Josephine 

Bready, Edwin F. 

Breck, Mrs. William Rogers 

Brengle, Henry G. 

Bright, Stanley 

Brock, Henry G. 

Bromley, John 

Bttdd, Edward G. 

Busch, Emilie Smith 

Busch, Mrs. Henry Paul 

Busch, Miers 

Butler, Mrs. Edgar H. 

Cadwalader, Sophia 

Caldwell, J. E. & Co. 

Campbell, Milton 

Canby, Mrs. W. Marriott 

Capp, Seth Bunker 

Chase, Mrs. Joshua Coffin 

Clapp, Mrs. B. Frank 

Clark, Mrs. Walton 

Clarke, Louis S. 

Cochran, M. 

Collins, Alfred M. 

Cope, Caroline E. 

Crosby, Everett U. 

D'Ascenzo, Nicola 

De La Cour, J. Carl 

De La Cour, Mrs. J. Carl 

Dobson, John and James, Inc. 

Donner, W. H. 

Dreer, Mrs. William F. 

Drexel, Mrs. John R. 

Drinker, Henry S., Jr. 

duPont de Nemours, E. I. & Co. 

Dwier, W. Kirkland 

Eagleson, John 

Easby, Mrs. William, Jr. 

Eddystone Mfg. Co. 

Elkins, George W., Jr. 

Ellis, Mrs. William Struthers 

Eshner, Augustus A. 

Evans, Charles 

Evans, Thomas 

Evans, Mrs. Thomas 

Eyre, Mrs. Lawrence 

Fay, Leonard A. 

Fels, Mrs. Samuel S. 

Fleisher, Arthur A. 

Ford, Mrs. Bruce 

Foulkrod, Mrs. John J., Jr. 

Fromuth, August G. 

Galloway, Walter B. 

Gest, Mrs. John Marshall 

Geyelin, Mrs. Emile C. 

Greene, Mrs. William Houston 

Griscom, Frances C. 

Groves, Mrs. F. Stanley, Jr. 

Hacker, Mrs. Caspar W. 

Halstead, Mrs. David 

Harper, Mrs. William Warner 

Harrison, Henry Norris 

Harrison, John, Jr. 

Harvey, J. S. C. 

Harvey, Mrs. J. S. C. 

Harvey, R. Wistar 

Heimerdinger, Leo H. 

Hill, George W. 

Hinchman, Anne 

Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden 

Holmes, Mrs. Christian R. 


Horn & Hardart Baking Co. 
Horrocks, Chas. M. & J. Howard 


Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles E. 
Ingersoll, Charles Jared 


LIFE MEMBERS (Continued) 

Irwin, H. DeWitt 

Jackson, Albert Atlee 
Jackson, Mrs. Albert Atlee 
Jarden, Mrs. Mary Templin 
Jayne, David & Sons, Inc. 
Johnson, Herbert 
Johnson, R. Winder 
Jordan, Mrs. Frederick 
Keen, Florence 
Klauder, Charles Z. 
Klebansky, Mrs. Wolf 
Kohn, Harry E. 
Kohn, Irving 
Kohn, Mrs. Isadore 
Krumbhaar, Mrs. Edward B. 
Landenberger, J. William 
Leisenring, Edward B. 
Lloyd, Malcolm, Jr. 
Loeb, Mrs. Herman 
Logan, Mrs. Robert R. 
Ludlow, Benjamin H. 
MacCoy, W. Logan 
MacCoy, Mrs. W. Logan 
MacNeill, William 
Madeira, Louis C. & Sons 
Martin, Mrs. Sydney E. 
Mason, Jane Graham 
Matteossian, Mrs. Herant 

McLean, Mrs. Robert 
McLean, William L., Jr. 
McMichael, Mrs. Emory 
McNeely, Florence 
Meigs, Arthur I. 
Mertz, Mrs. Oscar E. 
Mertz, Oscar E., Jr. 
Miles, Thomas H. 
Miller, Mrs. E. Clarence 
Millville Mfg. Co. 
Milne, David 
Minds, John H. 

Montgomery, Robert L. 
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert L. 
Moore, Mrs. Amory C. 
Morton, Mrs. Arthur V. 
Newbold, Mrs. John S. 
Newton, Mrs. A. Edward 
Newton, E. Swift 
Newton, Mrs. Jewett B. 
Oehrle Brothers 
Peck, Arthur 
Perot, T. Morris, Jr. 
Pitcairn, Raymond 
Powers, Thomas Harris 
Proctor and Schwartz 
Provident Trust Co. 
Quaker Lace Co. 
Robbins, George A. 
Roberts, George Brinton 
Roberts, Mrs. George Brinton 
Robins, Mrs. Thomas 
Robinson, Anthony Wayne 
rossmassler, walter h. 
Ryan, James J. 
Schmidt, Charles E. 
schoettle, edwin j. 
Scholes, William, Sons, Inc. 
Schwehn, Harry J. 
Segal, Adolph 
Semple, Helen 
Sewall, Arthur W. 
Sewall, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Smith, Horace Eugene 
Smith, J. Willison 
Smith, Mrs. Lewis Lawrence 
Steel Heddle Mfg. Co. 
Steele, Joseph M. 
Stokes, Mrs. Horace 
Stork, Mrs. Theophilus B. 
Supplee- Wills-Jones Milk Co. 
Sutro, Paul E. 
Sykes Brothers, Inc. 


LIFE MEMBERS (Continued) 

Taylor, John C. 
Thayer, Mrs. Sydney 
Thomas, T. Lewis 
Thropp, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Todd, Mrs. Forde Anderson 
Tonner, Mrs. William T. 
Townsend, John Barnes 
Townsend, Mrs. John Barnes 
Vaughan, Mrs. Ira 
Warner, Langdon 
Weimer, Albert B. 
Welsh, Francis Ralston 
Wetherill and Brother 
Wheeler, Janet D. 

Whitall, Tatum Co. 
White, Thomas Raeburn 
White, Mrs. Thomas Raeburn 
Williams, Mrs. David E. 
Williams, Mrs. John S. 
Williams, Parker S. 
Wistar, J. Morris 
Wood, Mrs. Charles Martin 
Wood, Mrs. Richard D. 
Woodward, Mrs. George 
Wriggins, Charles C. 
Wright, Mrs. Minturn T. 
Wright, Mrs. Raymond D. B. 
Zimmerman, Mason W. 



Fairmotjnt Pahk Art Association 
Jeffords, Walter M. 
Wurts, Robert Kennedy 


Abbott, Harry S. 
Aitkin, A. King 
Atwood, Mrs. John C, Jr. 
Bachman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank H. 
Bates, Daniel Moore 
Berwind, Mrs. Charles G. 
Bloch, Arthur 
Bodine, William W. 
Bolles, Mrs. E. M. 
Bonnell, Mrs. Henry H. 
Bradford, Mrs. Robert 
Breyer, Henry W., Jr. 
Bromley, Henry S. 
Brownell, Eleanor O. 
Converse, Mary E. 
Cooke, Mrs. Morris 

Cuyler, Mrs. T. DeWitt 
Degn, William L. 
Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. 

Donald D. 
Doerr, Herbert E. 
Drexel, Mrs. George W. 

du Pont, Mrs. Alfred I. 
Dykeman, Loeb and 

Eckert, Samuel B. 
Ely, Anna W. 
Fearon, Charles 

Fearon, Mrs. Charles 
Fels, Mrs. S. S. 
Fischer, A. Koerting 
Freeman, Mrs. Samuel M. 
Freund, Rudolph 
Garrett, R. E. 
Gates, Mrs. Thomas 
Geist, Mrs. Clarence H. 
Gibbs, Benjamin 
Griscom, William B. 
Groff, Mrs. Charles G. 
Haas, Otto 

Henderson, Mrs. Samuel J. 
Howland, Alice G. 
Ingersoll, Jeannie Hobart 
Jenkins, Theodore F. 
Kolb, Sarah E. 
Legge, Percy A. 
Lewis, Mrs. Anna B. 
Lippincott, C. Carroll 
Lloyd, H. Gates, Jr. 
McCurdy.Mrs.Josephine B. 
Miller, Earle 
Mitchell, Allen R. and 

Morris, H. C. 
Moss Rose Manufacturing 

Murtagh, Mrs. J. C. 
Newbold, Eugene S. 
Newbold, Mrs. Eugene S. 
Pepper, William 

Price, Eli Kirk, III 
Quinn, Richard Lewis 
Rhoads, Charles J. 
Rhoads, William G. 
Rivinus, E. F. 
Roberts, Graham 
Rosenbach Galleries, The 
Saltus, Mrs. R. Sanford 
Scheffey, Lewis C. 
Simon, Mrs. Stephen J. 
Snowden, Mrs. George G. 
Spahr, Boyd Lee 
Stokes, Mrs. S. Emlen 
Stout, F. Sturgis 
Thomas, Arthur H. 
Thompson, Mrs. Arthur W. 
Thomson, Anne 
Thun, Mr. and Mrs. 

Tily, Herbert J. 
Turner, William Jay 
Warden, Mrs. Clarence A. 
Welsh, Mrs. C. Newbold 
Wheeler, Mrs. Walter S. 
Willard, Mrs. De Forest P. 
Williams, Mrs. Rogers 
Wood, Clement B. 
Wood, Marion Biddle 
Woodward, Mrs. Charles H. 
Woolman, Josephine T. 
Woolston, Stephen Stockton 


Aaron, Mrs. Max N. 
Abbott, Gertrude 
Abbott, J. Herman 
Aberle, Mrs. Elsie 
Acker, Mrs. Finley 
Acton, Kesniel C. 
Adams, John Stokes 
Adamson, Mrs. C. B. 
Adelhelm, John S. 
Adler, Cyrus 
Adler, Francis Heed 
Aertsen, Mrs Guilliaem, Jr. 
Albrecht, H. Carl 
Allen, Agnes 
Allen, Clifford P., Jr. 
Allen, Curtis 
Allen, Mrs. Curtis 

Allen, Mrs. Frederick H. 
Allen, Mrs. Maria McKean 
Allen, William J. P. 
Altermatt, Marie E. 
Ambler, Harry S., Jr. 
Ames, Mrs. Winslow 
Amram, Philip W. 
Amsterdam, Mrs. Gustave 
Ancker, Mrs. Laurence L. 
Andersen, William E. 
Anderson, Mrs. Alfred B. 
Anderson, Mrs. John F. 
Anderson, W. M. 
Anderson, Mrs.Wm. Downs 
Anglin, Eleanor M. 
Apel, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Archer, Mrs. F. Morse 

Archer, Wilbur L., Jr. 
Armistead, Mrs. W. M. 
Armstrong, Mrs. F. Wallis 
Ashbridge, Emily R. 
Ashbrook, Roland C. 
Ashmead, Duffield, Jr. 
Ashton, George T. 
Ashton, Mrs. Leonard 
Ashton, Mrs. Thomas G. 
Aspden, Mrs. Newton J. 
Atkinson, Elizabeth A. 
Atkinson, Gertrude 
Atkinson, James H. 
Atkinson, Robert H. 
Austin, Richard L. 
Aydelotte, Frank 



Babaian, Andrew 
Babbitt, Niles S. 
Babcock, Mrs. W. Wayne 
Bache, Caroline D. 
Bache, Margaret Hartman 
Bacon, Mrs. Albert E. 
Bacon, Mrs. Ellis W. 
Bacon, Mrs. Francis L. 
Badenhausen, Phillips 
Baer, B. F., Jr. 
Bailey, Walter C, Jr. 
Bains, Edward 
Bains, Erskine 
Baird, Joseph 
Baker, Mrs. Louis C, Jr. 
Baker, Mrs. William Spohn 
Baker, Mrs. William Y. 
Balch, Mrs. Edwin Swift 
Balderston, Mrs. H. L. 
Baldi, Mrs. C. C. A., Jr. 
Ball, Alfred J. 
Ballard, Frederic Lyman 
Baltzly, Mrs. C. C. 
Banes, Mrs. Walter D. 
Barclay, Mrs. William 

Baringer, Milton F. 
Barnes, George Emerson 
Barnes, Mrs. John Hampton 
Barratt, Alfred 
Barringer, Mrs. Daniel 

Barrows, Mrs. Donald B. 
Barrows, Mrs. Kenneth 
Bartol, Eleanor G. 
Bartol, Mary Grier 
Bateman, T. H. 
Bathe, Mrs. Greville I. 
Baton, H. E. 
Battles, Mrs. Frank 
Bauer, Harold 
Bauer, Mrs. Russell J. 
Baur, Marie A. 
Bausher, Mrs. Solon D. 
Baxter, C. C. 
Bayard, Elise Gill 
Bayfield, Mrs. Arthur T. 
Baylis, Mrs. William 
Bayliss, Charles W. 
Beale, Leonard T. 
Beath, E. R. 
Beaumont, Charles O. 
Bechmann, Mrs. William 
Beck, Charles W., Jr. 
Becker, Abraham J. 
Bedford, J. Claude 
Bein, Amelia E. 
Belding, Mrs. Wm. Squire 
Bell, C. Herbert 
Belmont, L. A. 
Bennett, Mary H. 

Benson, Mrs. James F. 
Benson, R. Dale, Jr. 
Bernstein, Edgar 
Bernstein, Mrs. Edgar 
Bertolette, Helen 
Berwind, Mrs. Henry A., Jr. 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

Bettison, William Reese 
Beury, Charles E. 
Bickley, George Howard 
Biddle, Christine W. 
Biddle, Mrs. Clement 
Biddle, Edith F. 
Biddle, Edward M. 
Biddle, Mrs. Edward W. 
Biddle, Francis 
Biddle, Mrs. George 
Biddle, Mrs. H. W. 
Birdsall, Amos, Jr. 
Birdsall, Joseph C. 
Bissell, E. Perot 
Blackburne, Mrs. John S. 
Blagden, Mrs. A. S. 
Blaisdell, Viola Margaret 
Blakiston, Emma 
Blakiston, M. E. 
Blechschmidt, Jules 
Bloch, Mrs. Bernard 
Block, Mrs. Gordon A. 
Bloomfield, Mrs. M. D. 
Blumenthal, Mrs. Jacob 
Blumenthal, Mr. and Mrs. 

Blumenthal, Moses L. 
Boisseau, Bernard 
Bok, W. Curtis 
Bole, Mrs. John Clark 
Bond, Earl D. 
Bonet, Evora 
Bonsall, Alice R. 
Borie, Charles L., Jr. 
Bostoek, Edward C. 
Bostwick, Mrs. Margaret B. 
Bovell, Bernice Elizabeth 
Bower, Mrs. George R. 
Boyer, Mrs. Francis 
Boyer, Mrs. Henry C. 
Bradford, J. S. 
Bradley, Mrs. Newell C. 
Bragdon, George D. 
Branin, Dorothy A. 
Brasington, Elizabeth H. 
Brazier, Mrs. H. Bartol 
Bregy.Mrs. Caroline Harrah 
Bretz, Carl 

Breyer, Mrs. Henry W. 
Brice, Mrs. C. Fred 
Bright, John Irwin 
Brinton, Clarence C. 
Brinton, Mrs. Clarence C. 

Brinton, Mrs. Joseph Hill 
Brock, Anne Biddle 
Brock, Mrs. Arthur 
Brock, Elizabeth N. 
Brock, Mrs. John Penn 
Brockeroff, Margaret 
Brodsky, Jacob H. 
Bromley, Mrs. Charles S. 
Bromley, Joseph H., Jr. 
Brooke, Cornelia 
Brooks, A. J. 
Brown, Arthur Emlen 
Brown, Mrs. C. M. 
Brown, Mrs. Charles T. 
Brown, Clarence M. 
Brown, Coleman P. 
Brown, Dee Carlton 
Brown, Elizabeth S. 
Brown, Everett H., Jr. 
Brown, Mrs. Francis Shunk 
Brown, Mrs. George W. 
Brown, Herbert 
Brown, Lydia Wellington 
Brown, Paul G. 
Brown, Mrs. Richard P. 
Brown, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Brown, Mrs. T. Wistar, 3rd 
Brown, Mrs. Wilson H. 
Browning, Mrs. Edward 
Bruen, Catherine A. 
Buckley, Edward S., Jr. 
Budd, Edward G., Jr. 
Bullard, Alfred 
Bullen, J. Warren, Jr. 
Bullitt, Margaret E. 
Bullitt, Mrs. Orville H. 
Bullock, Mrs. Benjamin 
Burke, Harry 
Burlap, Martin 
Burnham, E. Lewis 
Burnham, Mrs. George, 3rd 
Burnshaw, Mildred R. 
Burr, Charles W. 
Burt, Edith B. 
Burt, M. Theodora 
Butcher, Mrs. Howard, Jr. 
Buten, Harry 
Butler, Mrs. Charles 

Noble, Sr. 
Butler, Mrs. George 

Buzby, Charles E., Jr. 
Buzby, Ethel M. 
Buzby, Marion E. 
Bye, Mrs. Arthur Edwin 
Byrnes, William C. 
Cadwalader, Mrs. Lambert 
Cadwalader, Mary Helen 
Cadwalader.Mrs.William B. 
Cahn, Tillman 
Calder, Mrs. W. C. 



Caldwell, Mrs. J. E. 
Calvert, Mrs. F. H. 
Calwell, Mrs. Charles S. 
Caner, Mrs. Harrison K. 
Cardeza, T. D. M. 
Carey, Bruce A. 
Carpenter, John T. 
Carr, Mrs. Charles D. 
Carr, William A. 
Carson, Elinor Stewart 
Carson, Joseph 
Carter, Mrs. Charles L. 
Carwithen, Mrs. Van Court 
Cary, Egbert S. 
Cavendish, Mrs. George 

S. G. 
Chamberlain, Mrs. 

William B. 
Chamberlin, W. Edward 
Chambers, Francis T. 
Chambers, Francis T., Jr. 
Chambers, J. Howard 
Chance, E. M. 
Chance, Mrs. Edwin M. 
Chapman, Mrs. John P. 
Chapman, Mrs. S. Hudson 
Chase, Mrs. Randall 
Cheston, Mrs. J. Hamilton 
Chew, Anne S. P. 
Chew, Elizabeth B. 
Chrystie, Walter 
Church, Herbert 
Church, Mrs. Herbert 
Clapp, Mrs. Algernon R. 
Clark, Bertha 
Clark, Mrs. Clarence H. 
Clark, E. W., Jr. 
Clark, Mrs. Edward W., 3rd 
Clark, Mrs. Edward Lyon 
Clark, Mrs. H. Ross 
Clark, Hazel C. 
Clark, Henry F. 
Clark, Mrs. John G. 
Clark, Mrs. Joseph Sill 
Clark, Lewis Neilson 
Clarke, A. Vinton 
Clarke, Mrs. John M. 
Clement, Mrs. John Stokes 
Clement, M. Withington 
Clement, Mrs. M. 

Clement, Mrs. Samuel 

M., Jr. 
Clements, Samuel M., 3rd 
Clerf, Louis H. 
Clothier, Isaac H., Jr. 
Clothier, Mrs. Isaac H., Jr. 
Clothier, Mr. and Mrs. 

Morris L. 
Cluett, George A. 
Coady, Mrs. Bartine 

Coale, Edith S. 
Coates, Mrs. J. Lloyd 
Cobden, Mrs. A. B. 
Coles, Mrs. Strieker 
Coley, Walter R. 
Colket, Mrs. C. Howard 
Collingwood, Jennie 
Conlan, Mrs. Walter A. 
Conlen, William J. 
Connelly, Mrs. John P. 
Connett, Mrs. Harold 
Connor, John J. 
Connor, Sophie H. 
Cook, Mrs. Chester P. 
Cook, Gustavus W. 
Cooke, Jay 
Cooke, Mrs. Jay 
Cooper, John Wendall 
Cooper, Walter I. 
Cope, Elizabeth M. 
Corey, William B. 
Corson, Mrs. Newton W. 
Coulston, Charles Woods 
County, A. J. 
Coward, Mrs. Joseph 
Cowperthwait, Charles T. 
Coxe, Mrs. Charles E. 
Coxe, Herman Wells 
Craig, Mary H. 
Crane, A. Ross 
Crawford, Mrs. Andrew 

Creighton, Edward B. 
Croft, Samuel G. 
Crosby, Arthur U. 
Crossan, Mrs. Edward T. 
Crouter, Gordon 
Crowder, Emma A. 
Crozier, Mrs. David E. 
Culver, Mrs. Theodore B 
Cummings, Howard C. 
Curran, James 
Curtiss, Elliott 
Cutler, Walter P. 
Dale, Edward C. 
Dales, E. Lewis 
Dalton, William J. 
Dannenbaum, H. M. 

Mrs. Hermann 
Dashiell, Mrs. Phillip T. 
Davenport, Mrs. Russell W. 
David, Mrs. Edward W. 
Davids, Richard W. 
Davidson, Philip L. 
Davis, Bernard 
Davis, Dorothy W. 
Davis, Edna C. 
Davis, Edward 
Davis, Mrs. Edward 
Davis, Eleanor Bushnell 

Davis, H. L., Jr. 
Davis, Jenness H. 
Davis, Mrs. Norris D. 
Davis, W. John 
Dawes, James H. 
Day, Mrs. Frank Miles 
Dean, Georgeanna F. 
Dearden, Mrs. Edward 

Deaver, Mrs. John B. 
Dechert, Mrs. Henry 

Decker, T. Frank 
Deckert, Mrs. Robert 
deForest, Mrs. Robert W. 
Delaplaine, Meribah 
Delcher, Irving B. 
Delta Finishing Company 
DeLuca, Charles Q. 
Denby, Charles, Jr. 
Denckla, Mrs. C. Paul 
Dercum, Mrs. Francis X. 
Dercum, Mary DeHaven 
Desmond, Mrs. M. L. 
De Wolf, Mrs. Kalsey 
De Wolf, Mary Howe 
Dexter, Charles L. 
Dickey, Mrs. Charles D., Jr. 
Dickey, Eloise P. 
Dickinson, Philemon 
Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. 

William T. 
Diess, C. A. 
Dietrich, D. W. 
Dill, Alfred 

Dillon, Edward Saunders 
Dilworth, Richardson 
Disston, S. Horace 
Disston, Sophie 
Dixon, Mrs. Edwin 

Dixon, F. E. 

Dixon, Mrs. George Dallas 
Doak, Charles B. 
Dodd, Vernon 
Dolbey, Edward P. 
D'Olier, Mrs. Francis W. 
Doll, Josephine 
Dominick, Mrs. DeWitt 
Donaldson, Mrs. Henry H. 
Donnelly, L. M. 
Doran, Josephine L. 
Dorrance, Arthur C. 
Dougherty, Mrs. Thomas 

Harvey, Jr. 
Doughten, William S. 
Doughten, William W. 
Douglass, Earl L. 
Dowling, E. Marjorie 
Downs, Mrs. Norton 
Downs, Mrs. W. Findley 



Drabenstadt, George R. 
Drain, John W. 
Draper, Mrs. Arthur F. 
Drucker, Jerome 
Drueding, Caspar 
Duane, Mrs. Russell 
DuBarry, William H. 
Duck, Mrs. George 

Dudley, Mrs. Charles B. 
Duer, John VanBuren 
Duer, Mrs. John VanBuren 
Duer, Mrs. S. Naudain 
Duffield, Helen Morris 
Dulles, Mrs. Heatly C. 
Dunham, Mrs. Lloyd 
Dunlap, Andrew M. E. 
Dunlap, Mrs. James A. 
Dunn, Mrs. Charles B. 
Dunn, Mrs. George Garrett 
du Pont, Mrs. H. B. 
Duveen Brothers 
Earle, Carolyn H. 
Earp, Anne Tucker 
Eastman, Mrs. Nedom A. 
Eastwick, Abram T. 
Eastwick, Joseph L. 
Edmonds, Franklin Spencer 
Edmonds, Mrs. Franklin 

Ehle, Mrs. Archibald Hyde 
Ehret, Mrs. Harry 
Eichholz, Adolph 
Eisenbrey, Charles Henry 
Elliott, Mrs. William J. 
Elliott, George A. 
Elliott, William C. 
Ellis, Mrs. D. Rowland 
Ellis, Mrs. Thomas Biddle 
Ely, Gertrude S. 
Ely, Mrs. VanHorn 
Ely, William Newbold 
Emerson, Edith 
Emerson, Victor Frederick 
Emerson, Mrs. Victor 

Emhardt, William H. 
Emlen, Mary Carpenter 
Emlen, Mrs. Samuel 
Engle, Howard C. 
English, Caroline C. 
English, Mrs. Chancellor C. 
Erie, John R. 
Erdman, W. Kenney 
Eshleman, Mrs. Benjamin 
Essig, Joseph Richards 
Esty, Mrs. Robert P. 
Ettelson, Henry J. 
Etting, Mrs. Emlen Pope 
Evans, Mrs. Edmund C. 
Evans, Mrs. George B. 

Evans, Mrs. James D. 
Evans, Rowland 
Eves, Mrs. Curtis C. 
Eysmans, Julien L. 
Fable, Frederick A. 
Fagan, Emma Lowry 
Fairman, Mrs. William P. 
Farley, Mrs. M. N. 
Farnum, Henry W. 
Farnum, Mrs. Henry W. 
Farraday, Thomas P. 
Fassitt, Mr. and Mrs. 

John H. 
Febiger, Mrs. Christian 
Feldman, Jacob B. 
Felton, Mrs. Edgar C, Jr. 
Felton, J. Sibley 
Felton, William C, Jr. 
Fenninger, Mrs. Carl W. 
Fernberger, Samuel W. 
Fernley, Hattie M. 
Fetter, Theodore R. 
Fetterolf, Edwin H. 
Fiechter, Clara M. 
Fife, Mrs. Charles A. 
Finckel, Eliza Royal 
Finletter, Mrs. Edwin M. 
Fish, Helen S. 
Fisher, Mrs. E. Monroe 
Fisher, Mrs. Philip B. 
Fisher, Samuel 
Fisher, Thomas 
Fitler, Mrs. Harrison 
Fittipold, Nicholas 
Flanagan, Thomas J. 
Fleisher, Henry H. 
Fleisher, Jean 
Fleisher, Mrs. Louis M. 
Fleisher, S. S. 
Fleisher, Walter A. 
Fletcher, Mrs. Jane Gordon 
Flint, George 
Flood, Mrs. T. Bromley 
Foerderer, Mrs. Edward 
Foerderer, Elsie 
Foerderer, Percival E. 
Fogarty, William J. 
Folz, Stanley 
Ford, Mrs. Frank J. 
Forster, H. Walter 
Foster, Richard W. 
Foulke, Hazel M. 
Foulkrod, Emily 
Fownes, Mrs. William 

Fox, Mrs. Alexander M., Jr. 
Fox, Mrs. Caleb F., Jr. 
Fox, Helen A. 
Fox, Joseph Craig 
Fox, Thomas J. 
Frack, Mary A. 

Franklin, Mrs. Walter S. 
Freed, Morris A. 
Freeman, Addison B. 
Freeman, Albert L. 
Freeman, George C. 
Freeman, Mrs. Harold A. 
Freeman, Mrs. M. M. 
Freeman, Samuel Miller 
Freeman, William C. 
Freihofer, Charles 
Freney, Margaret M. 
Fries, Emma R. 
Fritsche, Mrs. John 
Fry, Mrs. James W. 
Funk, Nevin E 
Funsten, Mrs. Francis B. 
Fussell, Robert 
Gage, Clinton 
Galey, William T., Jr. 
Gallaudet, John C. 
Gardiner, Mrs. John, Jr. 
Gardner, Clarence 
Garrett, Alfred C. 
Garrett, Mrs. Alfred C. 
Gates, Jay 
Gates, Mrs. Jay 
Gavaghan, Mary F. 
Geauque, Marianna 
Geist, Mrs. Bradley 
Gendell, Elizabeth B. 
Gerenbeck, Franklin C. 
Gerenbeck, George 
Gerhard, Albert P. 
Gerstell, Nancy 
Gerstley, Mrs. Isaac 
Gessler, Grace M. 
Gessner, Howard R. 
Gest, Lillian 
Gest, Mrs. William P. 
Getty, Harry S. 
Geyelin, Mrs. Anthony L. 
Gibbon, Mrs. John H. 
Gibbs, George 
Gibbs, Mrs. Ralph A. 
Gibson, Mrs. John 

Gideon, Winfred S., 3rd 
Gilbert, Mrs. John 
Gilkyson, Hamilton H. 
Gill, Mrs. Charles D. 
Gill, John D. 
Gillek, A. A. 
Gillespie, Kate S. 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 
Gillingham, Mrs.Harrold E. 
Gilmour, Mrs. Monroe T. 
Gilpin, Mrs. John C. 
Gimbel, Daniel 
Goldberg, Mrs. Samuel 
Goldberg, Samuel A. 
Goldschmidt, Mrs. Samuel 



Goldsmith, Sidney 
Good, Lloyd 
Goodall, H. W. 
Goodman, Mrs. Charles E. 
Gorman, Bernadette M. 
Graham, Mrs. Fred W. W. 
Grange, Mrs. William D. 
Grant, Mrs. Francis Clark 
Grasselli, Mrs. T. S. 
Graves, Russell B. 
Gray, William F. 
Green, Mrs. Robert M. 
Greenberg, Joseph J. 
Greene, Ryland Warriner 
Greenough, Cornelia 
Gribbel, Mrs. J. Bancker 
Gribbel, W. Griffin 
In memory of 

Mrs. J. P. Crozer Griffith 
Griest, Thomas H. 
Groff, Mrs. Walter C. 
Guetter, Julius 
Guggenheim, S. E. 
Gunthrop, Mrs. William P. 
Gutekunst, William J. 
Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. 
Haas, Mrs. Kathryn N. 
Hacker, Mrs. Arthur H. 
Hacker, Elizabeth D. 
Hackett, H. Berkeley 
Haehnlen, Mrs. Walter L. 
Hagan, Peter P. 
Hagen, Constance H. 
Hagstoz, Arthur T. 
Halbkram, Albert R. 
Haley, Daniel J. 
Hall, Clarence E. 
Hall, Mabel Bruce 
Hallowell, Helen R. 
Hallowell, Henry R. 
Hallowell, Mrs. J. Wallace, 

Hallowell, Mrs. William S. 
Halton, Thomas H., Sr. 
Hamill, Mrs. Samuel McC. 
Hamilton, Charles R. 
Hammann, Ellis Clark 
Hammond, Mrs. L. Jay 
Hancock, Mrs. F. Woodson 
Hancock, James H. 
Hand, Helen G. 
Hansbury, Charles C. 
Hansche, Maude B. 
Harbison, Helen D. 
Harding, George M. 
Harding, J. Morgan 
Hardt, Frank M. 
Hardt, J. William 
Hare, Esther B. 
Hare, T. Truxtun 

Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. 

Joseph M. 
Harper, Clarence L. 
Harris, David W. 
Harris, Mrs. Frazer 
Harris, J. Andrews, 3rd 
Harris, Mrs.J.Andrews, 3rd 
Harris, Mrs. James Russell 
Harris, Linden T. 
Harrison, Charles Custis, Jr. 
Harrison, Mrs. Charles 

Custis, Jr. 
Harrison, Mrs. Charles 

C, 3rd 
Harrison, George L. 
Harrison, Mrs. George L. 
Harrison, Mrs. Harry W. 
Harrison, Mrs. John, Jr. 
Harrison, William Welsh, Jr. 
Harshaw, Edward 
Hart, Olive Ely 
Hart, Mrs. Thomas 
Hart, Mrs. William H. 
Hartshorne, Mrs. Edward 

Hartung, Francis C. 
Haskell, Harry G. 
Haskins, Mrs. Harold 
Hastings, Mrs. Donald W. 
Hatfield, James S. 
Hatfield, Mrs. James S. 
Haupt, Grace G. 
Hauptle, Mrs. C. H. 
Havey, Charles F. 
Haviland, James T. 
Hawthorne, Mrs. Herbert 

Hay, Mrs. Charles 
Hay, Mrs. J. Howard 
Haydock, Mrs. H. W. 
Hayt, Mrs. Todd 
Hayward, Anna Howell 
Hayward, Mrs. Nathan 
Hazard, Spencer P. 
Hazlett, James V. 
Head, Mrs. Joseph 
Headman, Anna E. 
Heberton, Robert M. 
Heim, Oscar E. 
Heineberg, Mrs. Hazel M 
Helbert, George K. 
Hellerman, Mrs. Harry 
Hemphill and Company 
Henderson, Mrs. George R. 
Henderson, Walter G. 
Henning, Mary E. 
Henry, Mrs. Bayard 
Henry, George W, Jr. 
Henry, Mrs. H. P. 
Henry, Mrs. Seton 
Hensel, Mrs. E. Caven 

Hepburn, Mrs. Charles J. 
Hepburn, Mrs. Wm. W. 
Hepworth, John M. 
Herkness, Mrs. Lindsay C. 
Herman, Mrs. Elliott F. 
Herman, Mrs. Leon 
Hetherington, Mrs. 

Albert G. 
Heuer, Henry F. 
Heyl, Juliet F. 
Heymann, Roy A. 
Heyward, Mrs. R. B. 
Hibbs, Helen 
Hiergesell, Valentine 
Highley, Mrs. George N. 
Hill, Mrs. J. Bennett 
Hill, Mrs. John Parker 
Hilles, Franklin S. 
Hinchman, Mrs. C. Russell 
Hindle, H. L., Jr. 
Hires, Mrs. Charles E., Jr. 
Hoare, Daniel W. 
Hochstrasser, John H. 
Hockaday, Agnes 
Hoffman, Mrs. C. F. 
Hoffman, C. Fenno 
Hogg, J. Renwick 
Hogg, Mrs. J. Renwick 
Hogue, Robert M. 
Hogue, Mrs. Robert M. 
Holden, Hallie K. 
Hollingsworth, John P. 
Hollingsworth, Mrs. John P. 
Hood, Mrs. George Gowen 
Hooper, Mrs. Robert P. 
Hopkinson, Mrs. 

Edward, Jr. 
Hopper, Mrs. Charles 

Hopper, Marie Louise 
Horn, Herman C. 
Horner, Hannah Mee 
Horstmann, I. J. 
Horstmann, Mrs. Walter 
Horstmann.Mrs.William H. 
Houston, Samuel F. 
Houston, Mrs. Samuel F. 
Howard, Mrs. Edgar B. 
Howard-Smith, Mrs. Logan 
Howell, Cooper 
Howell, Josephine F. 
Huber, Mrs. John Y., Jr. 
Huey, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Hughes, Esther M. 
Huntoon, D. T. V. 
Hurlburt, Frank 
Hurlburt, W. Merritt 
Huston, Laetitia P. 
Huston, Mary Perot 
Hutchinson, A. P. 
Hutchinson, Arthur Emlen 



Hutchinson, Katharine P. 
Hutchinson, Meta H. 
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. 

Huttinger, Mrs. E. Pau] 
Hylands, Frank F. 
Hyslop, Jane 
Hiff, Mrs. Arthur R. 
Illman, Adelaide 
Indahl, M. C. 
Ingersoll, Anna Warren 
Ingersoll, Mrs. C. Jared 
Ingersoll, Mrs. Edward 
Ingersoll, George E. 
Ingersoll, Mrs. R. Sturgis 
Irving, Mrs. James 
Irwin, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Jackson, Mrs. Joseph Taylor 
Jacobs, Mrs. Geo. W., Jr. 
Jacobs, Mrs. John 
Jacobs, Mrs. Yarnall 
Jameson, Norman Lee 
Jameson, Mrs. Norman Lee 
Jamison, John M. 
Jarden, Mrs. Walter H. 
Jastrow, Mrs. Morris 
Jeanes, Mrs. Henry S. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Isaac W. 
Jeanes, Mrs. Joseph Y. 
Jefferys, Mrs. Edward M. 
Jefford, W. Shermer 
Jenkins, H. Lawrence 
Jenkins, Mrs. Theodore F. 
Jenks, Mrs. John Story 
Jennings, Annie Burr 
Jennings, Mrs. Charles B. 
Jepson, Mrs. Paul 
Johnson, Mrs. Alba B. 
Johnson, Mrs. Alba B., Jr. 
Johnson, Florence M. 
Johnson, Mrs. Mary D. 
Johnson, Walter H. 
Johnson, Walter James 
Johnston, D. V. 
Joiner, Franklin 
Jones, Mrs. A. E. 
Jones, Arthur Woodruff 
Jones, Frances E. 
Jones, Henry Hand 
Jones, Horace C. 
Jones, Livingston E. 
Jones, Mrs. Livingston E. 
Jones, Peyton B. 
Jones, Mrs. Spencer L. 
Jones, Thomas E. 
Jones, Winston 
Joraleman, Mrs. L. D. 
Jordan, Frederick 
Jordan, Joseph J. 
Judson, Mrs. Charles F. 
Junkin, George B. 

Junkin, Mrs. George B. 
Justice, Mrs. George L. 
Justice, William Warner 
Kaeser, Charles W., Jr. 
Kain, Mrs. Peter 
Katz, Mrs. William H. 
Kaufman, Frank M. 
Keator, Mrs. John Frisbee 
Keen, Mrs. Kennard G. 
Keiser, Elmer E. 
Keith, Mrs. Mary C. 
Keith, Mrs. Sidney W. 
Keller, Joseph S. 
Kelley, George E. 
Kelly, Frank Brooks 
Kendall, Mrs. Paul 
Kendrick, Mrs. Murdock 
Kenworthy, Mrs. Thomas 
Kerr, Mrs. George M. 
Kessemeier, R. T. 
Ketcham, Howard 
Kilburn, Mary S. 
Kimball, Fiske 
Kincaid, William 
Kind, Mrs. Paul A. 
King, Katharine S. 
King, Lydia E. 
Kinnard Mrs. Leonard 
Kinsey, Helen F. 
Kirk, Mrs. Edward C. 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel 
Kitchen, Mrs. Edith M. 

Klahr, Emma 
In memory of 

Wilbur Paddock Klapp 
Klapp, Mrs. Wilbur 

Paddocks, Jr. 
Klauder, George C. 
Klein, Alfred M. 
Klein, Louis F. 
Klein, Max D. 
Klein, Samuel A. 
Klemm, Mrs. J. George, Jr. 
Knabe, Pauline G. 
Kneass, Edwards 
Knight, D. Allen 
Knipe, Walter E. 
Knowles, Frank Crozer 
Knowles, Richard 
Knup, Jacob, Jr. 
Kohn, Alfred 
Kohn, Bernard 
Kolb, Alice May 
Koyl, George Simpson 
Koyl, Mrs. George Simpson 
Kraus, Gilbert J. 
Krauss, Mrs. Sydney L. 
Kremer, John 
Kress, Mrs. C. C. 
Krewson, W. Stanleigh 

Krumbhaar, Mrs. C. 

Kuch, Mrs. Herman F., Jr. 
Kuemmerle, Gustave C. 
Kuhn, C. Hartman 
Kunkel, Elizabeth B. 
Kurtz, William Fulton 
LaBoiteaux, Mrs. Isaac 
Lacey, Mrs. J. Madison 
Laird, Mrs. J. Packard 
Lakey, Arthur B. 
Lakey, Mrs. Arthur B. 
Lamb, Mrs. William H. 
Lamberton, Robert E. 
Landenberger, Mrs. J. L. 
Langston, Samuel M. 
Langston, Mrs. Samuel M. 
La Rue, Joseph N. 
Larzelere, John L. 
Latham, Margaret V. D. 
Lauer, Conrad N. 
Lauer, Harry I. 
Lavino, Edwin M. 
Law, Edward 
Law, Margaret L. 
Lawler, Percy E. 
Lawson, Harry 
Lea, Van Antwerp 
Lear, John B. 
Leas, Mabel Alice 
Lechner, Harvey L. 
Lee, Mildred W. 
Leedom, Mrs. Charles 
Leeds, Arthur N. 
Leeds, Mrs. Morris E. 
Lefton, Al Paul 
Leisenring, Mrs. Edward B. 
Lennig, Rufus King 
Lenz, David M. 
Leopold, Mrs. R. S. 
Lesley, Mrs. Robert W. 
Lester, Joseph G. 
Levering, Frank D. 
Levinson, Max 
Levy, Alexander S. 
Levy, Howard S. 
Levy, Lionel Farraday 
Levy, Mrs. Lionel Farraday 
Lewis, Anna Shippen 
Lewis, Charles A. 
Lewis, Mrs. Clarence J., Jr. 
Lewis, Clifford, Jr. 
Lewis, Mrs. Clifford, Jr. 
Lewis, Mrs. Francis A., 3rd 
Lewis, H. G. 
Lewis, Mrs. Howard W. 
Lewis, Isabel Jenkins 
Lewis, Mrs. John 

Frederick, Jr. 
Lewis, Shippen 
Lewis, S. Weir 



Lewis, Mrs. William Draper 
Ligget, Mrs. Howard B. 
Lincoln, Mrs. George 

Jones, Jr. 
Lindenmeyer, Mrs. M. M. 
Lindley, George W. 
Linea weaver, Mrs. Charles P. 
Lingelbach, William E., Jr. 
Linn, Mrs. William B. 
Linton, M. Albert 
Linville, Mrs. Walker E. 
Lippincott, Mrs. Joseph W. 
Lippman, Robert 
Little, Mrs. Royal 
Lloyd, Mrs. Horatio Gates, 

Lloyd, Mrs. Stacy B. 
Lochhead, Catherine P. 
Locke, Mrs. Robert W. 
Loeb, Mrs. Adolf 
Loeb, Ludwig 
Logan, Mrs. John W. 
Logan, Robert R. 
Logan, William H. 
Long, Walter E. 
Longaker, Daniel 
Longbottom, Mrs. John E. 
Longshore, William A. 
Longstreth, Mrs. Howard 
Lorimer, Graeme 
Lotz, Nellie 

Louchheim, Mrs. Joseph A. 
Louchheim, Mrs. William S. 
Loux, Susanna M. 
Lovell, J. Barton 
Low, Mrs. Howe 
Lucas, Mrs. H. Spencer 
Lucas, Mrs. William W. 
Lukens, Margaret M. 
Lull, George D. 
Lyons, Mrs. John E., Jr. 
Mabie, Walter C. 
MacCoy, Marjorie N. 
Macdonald, Robin 
MacGeorge, Beatrice 
Mackinnon, Robert, Jr. 
Maddock, Henry A. 
Madeira, Mrs. Louis C. 
Madeira, Percy C, Jr. 
Magee, George W. 
Magill, Mrs. James P. 
Magill, Mrs. Samuel N. 
Major, Mrs. Edward K. 
Mallery, Otto T. 
Manning, Frederick J. 
Manship, Edith 
Marceau, Henri 
Margerum, Bess 
Maris, Mrs. Henry J. 
Markland, Geo. L., Jr. 
Markmann, Nathan 

Markoe, Mrs. Henry 
Marshall, C. J. 
Marshall, Sara T. 
Marshall, Thomas R. 
Marston, Mrs. C. Harold 
Martin, E. Gwen 
Mason, Mary T. 
Mason, William Clarke 
Mason, Mrs.William Clarke 
Massey, Frank H. 
Mathers, Frank F. 
Mathers, Mrs. Frank F. 
Mathewson, Robert J. 
Matthews, Frank C. 
Matthews, Mrs. Louis I. 
Mattis, Robert N. 
Maule, Mrs. Edmund W. 
Maule, Margaret C. 
Maulsby, Matilda 
Mauran, Frank 
Maxwell, Mrs. John R. 
Mayer, Alfred 
Mayer, Mrs. Clinton 0. 
Mayer, Mrs. Henry C, Jr. 
McAdoo, Mrs. Henry M. 
McAllister, Mrs. J. 

McBride, Thos. D. 
McBurney, Mrs. Andrew M. 
McCahan, Mrs. William J. 
McCall, Virginia A. 
McCarthy, D. J. 
McCarthy, Mrs. D. J. 
McCarthy, Edmund Burke 
McCawley.Mrs.William M. 
McCloskey, Mrs. John F. 
McCook, Mrs. Walter 
McCormick, Mrs. Vance 
McCouch, Mrs. Eric A. 
McCouch, Mrs. H. Gordon 
McCracken, Robt. T. 
McCreery, Mrs. Samuel 
McCullough, Mrs. 

Edmund H. 
McCurdy, Mrs. J. Aubrey 
McDonald, Mrs. Ellice 
McDowell, Charles 
McEldowney, Mrs. J. 
McElroy, Mrs. Clayton 
McFall, Henry F. 
McGeehan, James 
McGettigan, Daniel I. 
McGlone, Bartgis 
McGowin, Mrs. R. S. 
Mcllhenny, Selina B. 
Mcllvain, Mrs. J. Gibson 
Mclntire, A. Reed 
McKean, Mrs. Bispham 
McKean, Nancy B. 
McKeever, William 
McKenna, Bernard A. 

McKenna, John A. 
McLain, Mrs. Louis 
McLean, Mrs. Charles V. 
McLean, Charlotte F. 
McLean, Robert 
McLean, Robert L. 
McLean, Mrs.WilliamL., Jr. 
McLellan, Ralph 
McManus, Charles J. 
McMichael, Mrs.Charles B. 
McMillan, Thomas M. 
McMulIan, James 
McMullan, Mrs. James 
McOwen, Mrs. Frederick 
McShea, John B. 
McVitty, Mrs. Albert E. 
Meehling, Mrs. B. Franklin, 

Meigs, Mrs. John F., 2nd 
Meil, William J. 
Mellor, Walter 
Meltzer, Mrs. Leon 
Meranze, Mrs. David R. 
Merchant, Mrs. Thos. E. 
Merrick, Mary R. 
Merrick, Mrs. Samuel 

Mertz, Oscar E. 
Meyer, Mrs. Johanna 
Meyers, Clarence L. 
Miller, Mrs. Charles C. 
Miller, E. Spencer 
Miller, George 
Miller, Walter P., Jr. 
Millville Manufacturing 

Milne, Mrs. David 
Milne, Francis F., Jr. 
Milne, Mrs. Warren 
Mink, George W., Jr. 
Mirkil, I. Hazleton 
Mitchell, Mrs. J. Clayton 
Mitchell, George 
Mitchell, Mrs. James F. 
Mitchell, Samuel P. 
Mock, Mrs. Henry 
Moffatt, Mrs. J. H. 
Monroe, Eleanor P. 
Montgomery, Mrs. 

Grenville D. 
Montgomery, Mary Binney 
Montgomery, W. W., Jr. 
Monty, Mrs. Austin 
Moore, Edgar B. 
Moore, Mrs. H. McKnight 
Moore, J. Clark, Jr. 
Moorhouse, Mrs. H. Wilson 
Moranz, Vincent 
Morford, W. B. 
Morgan, Mrs. F. Corlies 
Morgan, Mrs. Marshall S. 



Morgan, Mrs. Reed A. 
Morrell, Mrs. Edward deV. 
Morris, Mrs. A. Saunders 
Morris, Caspar Wistar 
Morris, Mrs. Caspar Wistar 
Morris, Ellen 
Morris, F. W., Jr. 
Morris, I. Wistar 
Morris, Mrs. I. Wistar 
Morris, Marriott C. 
Mortimer, Stockton H. 
Mortimoore, Mrs. Charles 
Mosley, R. V. 
Moyer, Allen B. 
Mueller, Charles G. 
Murtha, Mrs. Patrick L. 
Musser, Mrs. Charles S. 
Musser, Mrs. John H. 
Myers, George deB. 
Myers, W. Heyward 
Nalle, Mrs. Jesse 
Neale, James B. 
Nehrbas, Mrs. George E. 
Neilson, Mrs. Lewis 
Neubauer, Lorenz 
Newbold, Mrs. Arthur E. 
Newburger, Frank L. 
Newhall, C. Stevenson 
Newhall, Mrs. Daniel A. 
Newhall, Mary 
Newkirk, Martha Bacon 
Newlin, Mrs. Richard M. 
Newton, A. G. 
Newton, C. S. 
Niblo, James M. 
Nicholson, Mrs. J. Whitall 
Nicholson, Mrs. Margaret 
Niesson, Arthur A. 
Norberg, Mrs. Rudolph C. 
Norris, Mrs. Chas. C, Jr. 
Norris, George W. 
North, C. Ruth 
North, John Paul 
Noyes, Mrs. B. 
Nye, Mrs. Robert B. 
Oakford, Frances S. 
Oakley, Mrs. Thornton 
Obermayer, Leon J. 
Odman, Mrs. Nelson 
Oelbermann, Mrs. Julius 
Oeters, Edgar O. 
Okie, R. Brognard 
O'Nan, C. H. 
O'Neill, W. Paul 
O'Neill, Mrs. W. Paul 
Orlemann, Henry P. 
Orr, George P. 
Ortlip, Harry S. 
Osborne, Mrs. Charles F., Jr. 
Osterlund, O. W. 
Otto, John Henry 

Packard, Mrs. Francis R. 
Packard, Mrs. George R. 
Packard, Mrs. John H., 3rd 
Page, Mrs. Howard Wurts 
Page, Mrs. Robert H. 
Painter, Mrs. Herbert B. 
Palmer, Mrs. Frederic 
Pancoast, Mrs. Albert 
Park, Marion Edwards 
Parlin, Charles C. 
Parrish, Hugh R. 
Parrish, Mrs. Hugh R. 
Parrish, Morris L. 
Parsons, Ella 
Patterson, Mrs. George 

Patton, Mrs. J. Lee 
Patton, Mrs. John W. 
Paul, A. J. Drexel 
Paul, John Rodman 
Paul, W. P. 
Paulson, Frances E. 
Peabody, Malcolm E. 
Peacock, William 
Pears, Thomas C, Jr. 
Pearson, Mrs. Joseph T. 
Pearson, Joshua Ash 
Pease, Mrs. Henry H 
Peck, Mrs. Arthur 
Peiffer, Alfred H. 
Peirce, Thomas May, Jr. 
Peirce, Wilmot Grant 
Peirce, Mrs. Wilmot Grant 
Pendleton, Constance 
Penington, Mrs. Albin G. 
Pennegar, Mrs. Lee A. 
Pennsylvania Society of 

Miniature Painters 
Penny packer, Bevan A. 
Penrose, Mrs. d'Este 
Pepper, Mrs. B. Franklin 
Pepper, Mrs. George Willing 
Pepper, Mrs. O. H. Perry 
Pepper, Mrs. William 
Perkins, Charles C. 
Perkins, Mrs. T. H. Dudley 
Perrin, Charles C. 
Perris, Mrs. N. M. 
Peters, Mrs. Thomas 

Pettit, Mrs. Horace 
Pew, Arthur E. 
Pew, Mrs. J. Edgar 
Pew, J. N., Jr. 
Pew, Mrs. John G. 
Pew, Mrs. Walter C. 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. Frank 
Pharo, Mrs. Walter W. 
Philler, William R. 
Philler, Mrs. William R. 

Phillippe, Mrs. B. 

Pierce, Guy C. 
Pierie, Mrs. George Gorgas 
Piper, Mrs. Edmund B. 
Piatt, Mrs. Charles, 3rd 
Piatt, Henry N. 
Piatt, John O. 
Pocock, J. J. 
Polk, Florence 
Polk, Mrs. William D. 
Pollock, Margaret P. 
Pollock, Roxanne W. 
Pomeroy, John Nevin 
Pope, Mary 
Porcher, Samuel 
Porter, Mrs, Charles A., Jr. 
Porter, Elva 
Porter, Mrs. W. Hobart 
Post, August E. 
Post, Mrs. L. Arnold 
Post, William 
Potsdamer, Joseph S. 
Potts, William M. 
Powel, Mrs. T. I. Hare 
Powers, Mrs. Fred Perry 
Price, Franklin Haines 
Price, Mrs. Franklin Haines 
Price, Philip 
Price, Walter F. 
Prime, Alice M. 
Prince, David Chandler 
Purcell, William P. 

Purviance, Julia Evelyn 

Pusey, George T. 

Putnam, Mrs. Earl B. 

Pyle, Mrs. Chester N. 

Quin, Katherine McK. 

Rader, Mrs. Archibald 

Raditz, Lazar 

Raffetto, Marian E. 

Rainear, Mrs. C. J. 

Raiziss, Mrs. Anna 

Randolph, Mrs. Evan 

Ranken, Harold R. 

Ransley, Mrs. Harry Clay 

Rawle, Louisa 

Rea, Robert W. 

Read, William B. 

Reath, Mrs. Benjamin 

Reath, Thomas 

Reber, J. Howard 

Rebman, Henry J. 

Rebmann, G. Ruhland, Jr. 

Rebmann, Mrs. Walter 

Redman, Mrs. John L. 

Reed, Mrs. Alan H. 

Reed, Mrs. Arthur J. 

Reed, Jacob, Sons 

Reed, Luther D. 



Reel, Ida Virginia 
Reese, Warren S. 
Reeves, Mrs. A. S. 
Reeves, Mrs. F. B., Jr. 
Reeves, Mrs. Horace A. 
Reeves, Mrs. Samuel, J. 
Reich, Nathaniel Julius 
Reichert, Emma H. 
Reilly, Mrs. Joseph H. 
Reisner, Herbert W. 
Remmey, Robert H. 
Revise, Charles W. 
Rhoads, Mrs. Logan 
Rhoads, Lydia W. 
Rhoads, Owen B. 
Rhoads, William E. 
Richardson, Grace P. 
Richardson, Tolbert N. 
Richmond, Francis H. 
Richter, B. Nathaniel 
Riesman, David 
Riggs, Robert 
Riley, Rose Markley 
Ring, Mrs. Mark D. 
Ristine, Mrs. Charles S. 
Riter, Mrs. Michael M., Jr. 
Rivel, Thomas 
Rivinus, Mrs. E. Florens 
Robb, Mrs. Henry B. 
Robb, Max 
Robbins, Frederic R. 
Robbins, George S. 
Roberts, Charles B., 3rd 
Roberts, Clarence V. 
Roberts, George W. B. 
Roberts, H. Radclyffe 
Roberts, Isaac W. 
Roberts, Rowland E. 
Robertson, Samuel E. 
Robertson, Wilfrid H. 
Robinson, Mrs. Dwight 

Robinson, Mrs. Louis 

Robinson, Mrs. Samuel 
Rodgers, Mary L. 
Roma, Mrs. Frank 
Root, Joseph L. 
Rosenbaum, Robert 
Rosenbaum, Samuel R. 
Bosengarten, Mrs. 

Adolph G. 
Rosengarten, Frederic 
Rosengarten, George D. 
Rosengarten, Mrs. Harold 
Rosengarten, Howard D. 
Rosengarten, Mrs. J. 

Rosengarten, Joseph G. 
Rosenwald, Mrs. Lessing J. 
Ross, Mrs. Henry A. 

Ross, Sophia L. 
Ross, T. Edward 
Rossmassler, Elfrida 
Rothschild, Mrs. Harry S, 
Rowland, Mrs. Louis fl. 
Rowland, Mrs. Wm. 0., Jr. 
Royal, Thomas M. 
Rumpp, Marie W. 
Rumpp, William A. 
Runk, Louis B. 
Rush, Julia 
Russell, Mrs. C. J. 
Russell, Norman F. S. 
Rust, Harry R. 
Ryder, Grace G. 
Sachsenmaier, George 
Sackett, Mrs. Franklin P. 
Sailer, A. Jackson 
Sailer, Emily W. 
Samuel, Bernard 
Sanson, Mrs. Albert W. 
Sargent, Mrs. Winthrop 
Sartori, Mrs. Frank A. 
Saul, Mrs. Maurice B. 
Saul, Maurice Bower 
Saul, Walter Biddle 
Saul, Mrs. Walter Biddle 
Savage, Mrs. Ernest C. 
Sax, Percival 
Saxe, Nathaniel 
Saylor, Harold D. 
Sayre, Frank G. 
Scattergood, Mrs. Alfred G. 
Scattergood, J. Henry 
Scattergood, Mrs. Thomas 
Schaeffer, Mrs. S. H. 
Schaffer, William I. 
Schaffer, Mrs. William I. 
Scheckter, I. Jerome 
Schell, S. Gertrude 
Schenck, Eunice Morgan 
Schenck, Julius 
Schick, Elma H. 
Schireson, Henry J. 
Schirmer, Walter F. 
Schmidt, Henry R. 
Schnader, Mrs. William A. 
Schneider, Mrs. Karl J. 
Schoettle, Mrs. Edwin J. 
Schoettle, Ralph, Jr. 
Schoettle, Wm. C. 
Schoff, Mrs. Leonard H. 
Schofield, Mrs. Everett A. 
Scholl, John R. 
Schor, Arthur R. 
Schorr, George J. 
Schulte, August B. 
Schwartz, Mrs. H. W. 
Scott, Mrs. Alexander H. 
Scott, Alice A. 
Scott, Edgar 

Scott, Ernest 

Scott, Florence B. 

Scott, Mrs. John Scanlin 

Scott, John T., Jr. 

Scott, Richard S. 

Scott, Thomas M. 

Scrivanich, D. 

Scull, William Ellis 

Scull, Mrs. William S. 

Sebring, Henrietta 

Seeley, Mrs. Oscar 

Seitchik, Louis 

Selig, Solomon 

Sellers, Mrs. Horace Wells 

Sellers, Mrs. Howard 

Serody, Michael 

Serrill, A. M. 

Serrill, Helen P. 

Serrill, Mrs. William J. 

Sessler, J. Leonard 

Shakespeare, Mrs. 
Edward 0. 

Shand, Helen E. 

Shannon, Amanda J. 

Sharpies, Mrs. Philip T. 

Sharpless, S. Franklin 

Sharpless, T. Wilson 

Shaw, Dexter, N. 

Sheaffer, Mrs. Theodore C. 

Sheble, Mrs. Frank J. 

Sheer, Philip L., & Son 

Shellenberger, Betty 

Shellenberger, Mrs. 
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Shelton, Mrs. F. H. 

Shepard, William V. K. 

Sheppard, Mrs. A. Maxwell 

Shewbrooks, D. M. 

Shields, J. Franklin 

Shillard-Smith, Mrs. C. 

Shipley, Thomas Emlen 

Shoemaker, Benjamin H. 

Shoemaker, Mary Williams 

Short, Joseph A. 

Shriver, Mrs. Mel H. 

Shryock, Genevieve 

Shupp, Mary R. 

Shuster, Frank H. 

Sibley, Florence 

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Sill, Mrs. Harold Mont- 

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Simon, Elmer D. 

Sinclair, John S. 

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Slattery, Joseph A. 
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Smedley, William H. 
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Snedaker, E. Raymond 
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Starr, Floyd T. 
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Sternberger, Mrs. M. K. 
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Stifel, Virginia 
Stirling, Edmund 
Stockwell, David 
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Stokes, Mrs. W. Standley 
Stout, Mrs. A. L. 
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Strawbridge, Mrs. Welsh 
Stroock, Bertram A. 
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Stroud, Morris W. 
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Sundheim, Harry G. 
Sunstein, Mrs. Leon C. 
Sussel, Arthur J. 
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Sweeny, Mary B. 
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Tatum, Mrs. Richard Parry 
Taws, Henry M. 
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Teitrick, Ruth V. 
Temple, Edward B. 
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Thayer, Mrs. G. C. 
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Thomas, Mabel L. H. 
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Thompson, Mrs. Justice M. 
Thompson, Mrs. R. Ellison 

Thompson, Mrs. William A. 
Thorington, Mrs. J. Monroe 
Thorn, Mary 
Tidball, Mrs. William 
Timanus, Mrs. J. H. R. 
Titus, Mrs. Robert R. 
Todd, Anne Hampton 
Toland, Mrs. Owen J. 
Torrey, Robert G. 
Townsend, Caspar W. B. 
Townsend, Edward Y. 
Townsend, Mrs. Frederick 

E. A. 
Trask, Mrs. John E. D. 
Trimble, Mrs. Francis C. 
Trump, Mrs. William H. 
Tucker, Mrs. Gabriel 
Tucker, Mrs. Helen 
Turner, J. Archer 
Tustin, Mrs. Ernest L. 
Tuttle, William C. 
Tyler, Charles A. 
Tyler, George F. 
Tyler, Mary Graham 
Underdown, Mrs. Henry T. 
Utile, Mrs. William F., Jr. 
Valentine, Mrs. John R. 
VanDusen, Katharine P. 
VanDusen, Lewis H. 
VanLeer, Mrs. William M. 
VanPelt, Gertrude 
VanSciver, Earl J. 
VanSciver, J. Bishop 
Vauclain, Mrs. Andrew C. 
Vauclain, Anne 
Vauclain, Samuel M. 
Vaughan, Charles Z. 
Vogdes, Joseph J. 
Vogleson, Mrs. John 
Von Moschzisker, Mrs. 

Vrooman, Mrs. Samuel B. 
Wagner, Mrs. George 

Wagner, John 
Wagner, Mrs. William M. 
Walker, Mrs. Robert C. 
Walker, William W. 
Walkling, Adolph A. 
Walton, Mrs. Charles S., Jr. 
Walton, Horace Andrews 
Walton, Mrs. Thomas W. 
Walz, Mrs. Edward A. 
Warden, Mrs. Clarence 

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Warner, Mrs. M. B. 
Warner, Walter 
Warrick, William H, Jr. 
Warriner, Mrs. Samuel D. 
Warthman, Mrs. J. Harris 
Wasserman, William Stix 



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Watkins, Mrs. Franklin C. 
Watson, Frank R. 
Wayne, Joseph, Jr. 
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Wayne, William 
Wear, Mrs. William Potter 
Webber, Mrs. Harold 
Weber, David 
Weber, Ernest G. 
Weber, F. W. 
Weihenmayer, Harry W. 
Weil, Mrs. Edwin 
Weill, Mrs. Alfred S. 
Weinberg, Sol 
Welchy, Mrs. Albert 
Wells, Mrs. G. Harlan 
Wendler, Mrs. Paul B. 
Wenger, Mrs. Morris 
Wentz, Mrs. Daniel B. 
Wescott, Lucille H. 
West, William Morton 
West, W. Nelson L. 
Weston, Mrs. Frederick W. 
Wetherill, Mrs. Francis M. 
Wetherill, John Price, Jr. 
Wetherill, Samuel P., Jr. 
Wetherill, Mrs. Samuel 

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Wetter, Mabel H. 
Weyl, Esther M. 
Wheelwright, Robert 
Whelen, Mrs. John H, Jr. 
Whelen, Mrs. Lewis Bell 
Whelen, Mrs. T. Duncan 
Whelen, Mrs. William 

Whitaker, Ralph 
White, Elizabeth Gibbons 
White, Margaret Gibbons 
White, Mrs. William 
Whitridge, Mrs. Roland B. 
Widener, Mrs. P. A. B., 2nd 

Wiederseim, Theodore E. 
Wiedersheim, Mrs. William 

A., 2nd 
Wigton, Mrs. Frank H. 
Wilhelm, Charles 
Willard, DeForest P. 
Willcox, Mrs. William J. 
Willet, Henry Lee 
William Penn Charter 

William, Mrs. Carroll R. 
Williams, F. Churchill 
Williams, Horace J. 
Williams, Joseph D. 
Williams, Thomas S. 
Willing, Charles 
Willing, Mrs. Elizabeth G. 
Willing, Mrs. James Kent, 

Willing, Mrs. Joseph K. 
Wills, Frank A. 
Wilmeth, James L. 
Wilson, Mrs. Stanley E. 
Wiltbank, Mrs. George M. 
Winsor, Mrs. Curtin 
Winsor, Ellen 
Winsor, Mrs. James D., Jr. 
Winsor, Mrs. James D., 3rd 
Winston, Maurice J. 
Wintersteen, Mrs. A. H. 
Wintersteen, Mrs. John 
Wirkman, Emanuel W. 
Wirz, Mrs. H. M. 
Wistar, Edward M. 
Wistar, Rebecca B. 
Wister, Mrs. Lewis W. 
Wolf, Mrs. Albert 
Wolf, Mrs. Benjamin 
Wolf, Howard A. 
Wolf, Louis 
Wolfe, Joseph L. N. 
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Wood, Mrs. Alexander 

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Wood, Mrs. Edward F. R. 
Wood, George Bacon 
Wood, Grahame 
Wood, M. Louise 
Woodall, John 
Woodall, Mrs. John 
Woodcock, Mrs. Floyd W. 
Woods, Mrs. Ralph 
Woodward, Mrs. Samuel 
Woolman, Mrs. Edward 
Woolman, Henry Newbold 
Woolman, Mrs. Henry 

Wright, Alice M. 
Wright, Mrs. F. S. 
Wright, Hannah C. 
Wright, Harrison B. 
Wright, Mrs. Harrison B. 
Wright, Mrs. Joseph V. 
Wright, Mrs. Philip H. 
Wright, Mrs. Sydney L. 
Wunder, Clarence E. 
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Yeats, Mrs. J. Wilbur 
Yellin, Samuel 
York, Mrs. Edward H., Jr. 
Young, Eva Gregg 
Young, Mrs. Marie LeM. 
Zantzinger, Mrs. Alfred 
Zantzinger, Mrs. 

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Zieget, Julius 
Ziegler, Mrs. Carl A. 
Ziegler, J. Charles 
Zimmerman, Anna W. 
Zimmerman, Mrs. John E. 
Zimmermann, William 
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