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MS 013 - W.H.D. Koerner Studio Collection

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Correspondence, clippings, etc.

Contents from large envelopes found in Studio

Pamplets, booklets, etc.

Correspondence

Ruth Koerner Oliver Research Papers

Miscellaneous

Postcards

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MS 013 - W.H.D. Koerner Studio Collection, 1884-1938 | McCracken Research Library

By Kathleen Pardee, Betty Skalsky, Gail Giroux, and Christina Stopka (with additions by Frances B. Clymer [2/6/01]) (with additions by Samantha Harper [11/11/2010])

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Collection Overview

Title: MS 013 - W.H.D. Koerner Studio Collection, 1884-1938Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Koerner, W.H.D.

Extent: 36.0 Boxes

Date Acquired: 01/01/1978

Languages: English

Abstract

William Henry Dethlef Koerner (1878 – 1938) was a prominent illustrator and artist of the American West. By the 1920s, he was one of the best known magazine and book illustrators in the country, with many of The Saturday Evening Post covers as examples of his work. This collection comes from his studio and includes correspondence, research articles, photographs, and a large collection of magazines and books containing Koerner illustrations.

Administrative Information

Repository: McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Acquisition Source: W.H.D. Koerner, III and Ruth Koerner Oliver

Acquisition Method: Gift

Preferred Citation: William Henry Dethlef Koerner Collection, MS 13, McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West


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[Series 4: Correspondence],
[Series 5: Ruth Koerner Oliver Research Papers],
[Series 6: Miscellaneous],
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Series 3: Pamplets, booklets, etc.Add to your cart.
Box MS13.15Add to your cart.
Folder MS13.15.01: from envelope "Mountain & Trees"Add to your cart.
"An Outdoor Enthusiast"
Folder MS13.15.02: From envelope "Canoes, stuff..."Add to your cart.
"Canoe Trips"
Folder MS13.15.03: from envelope "African, Jamaca" [sic]Add to your cart.
"The significant service rendered by 750,000... National Geographic Society...."
Folder MS13.15.04: from Envelope "India, Asia..."Add to your cart.
"Your world-wide passport for 1930...."
Folder MS13.15.05: from envelope "Colonial and Early American"Add to your cart.
"Ben-Hur - a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Production....1926"
Folder MS13.15.06: "Glimpses from the Observation End"   New York & Chicago Limited Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.Add to your cart.
Folder MS13.15.07: "In the land of the Ancient Cliff dweller"Add to your cart.

Bandelier National Monument, Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico.

          United States Dept. of Agriculture, March 1923

Folder MS13.15.08: National Geographic Society PamphletAdd to your cart.
Folder MS13.15.09: Black Hills, South DakotaAdd to your cart.
Folder MS13.15.10: Elk Horn ranch in the heart of the Rockies.Add to your cart.
Folder MS13.15.11: Big Horn National Forest, Wyoming.  U. S. Dept. of AgricultureAdd to your cart.
Includes map ca. 1925
Folder MS13.15.12: "The Big Horn Mountains and the Cody Road to Yellowstone"Add to your cart.

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[Series 2: Contents from large envelopes found in Studio ],
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[Series 5: Ruth Koerner Oliver Research Papers],
[Series 6: Miscellaneous],
[Series 7: Postcards],
[Series 8: Photographs],
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