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Marsh, Reginald (American painter, 1898-1954)
Marsh, Reginald ((artist))
Dos Passos, John (1896-1970))
Dos Passos, John Roderig (1896-1970))
Dreiser, Theodore (1871-1945)
Geismar, Maxwell (1909-....))
Geismar, Maxwell David (1909- ))
Kazin, Alfred (1915-1998))
Limited Editions Club
Limited Editions Club Collection (Library of Congress)
marsh felicia meyer
Marsh, Reginald (1898-1954))
Washington Square Press (Nowy Jork)
[10th Ave. at 27th St.]
42nd parallel, The
American tragedy, An
Anatomy for artists
"As soon as things pick up a little we're going to have it [mountain] landscaped"
big money, The
Box at the Metropolitan
But "only God can make a tree"
Chinatown and the Bowery
[Chorus of parsons: "Hey, take your arm down don't you know this is Sunday?"]
[Crowd of unemployed]
[Crowded street scene with skyscrapers in haze in New York City]
East side, west side, all around the town; a retrospective exhibition of paintings, watercolors, and drawings
[Elderly man in ragged clothes playing violin amid well dressed crowd in front of Carnegie Hall marquee advertising Fritz Kreisler, violinist]
fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, The
Gaiety Burlesk [II]
Gulf to Rockies : the heritage of the Fort Worth and Denver-Colorado and Southern Railways, 1861-1898
"Huh, - News!"
"In the old days the bars were so long, and there were no chairs"
Iron steamboat Co. 1932
Irving Place Burlesk [IV]
Just like Paris isn't it?
L.I.R.R. almost daily
Leatherstocking saga being those parts of The Deerslayer, The last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The pioneers, and The prairie which specially pertain to Natty Bumppo, otherwise known as Pathfinder, Deerslayer, or Hawkeye; the whole arranged in chronological order from Hawkeye's youth on the New York frontier in King George's War until his death on the western prairies in Jefferson's administration, The
legendary Mizners, The
[Middle-aged couple at amusement park, N.Y.C.]
Minsky's New Gotham Chorus
Miscellaneous prints collected by Alfred Bendiner
"No, no, put it away - she's far too fat, ..."
"Oh, Al Smith's all right, but I'm for leaving prosperity alone"
On the floor - N.Y. Stock Exchange
"Pretty - isn't it?"
prints of Reginald Marsh, The : an essay and definitive catalog of his linoleum cuts, etchings, engravings, and lithographs
Reginald Marsh, 1898-1954 : paintings and works on paper : the Greenberg Gallery, 44 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis, Mo., January 18-March 1, 1986, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc., 21 East 70th St., New York, N.Y., March 13-April 19, 1986.
Reginald Marsh, :
'round and 'round horse;, The
[Scene at Casino Nacional, Havana - well-dressed people around gambling table; croupier says "Trois Cent Soixante-Quinze" and a young woman asks "how much is that in Cuban, Daddy?"]
"Scrambled eggs, or hot dog, sir?"
so I bought her a knicknack and left her in South Brooklyn", "...
[Soldiers dancing, 99 Park Avenue, New York]
story of a bad boy;, The
Striptease at New Gotham
tell you, Gus, this town ain't what it used to be", "I
"Whatever they do, I still cling to the 16th [century]"
"Where is the hat department?"