Doll & Richards (Gallery), Boston
Doll & Richards records 1863-1973
Records partially microfilmed. 23 reels on microfilm: reels NDR1-NDR4 and 350-368
Doll & Richards was first established with the name Hendrickson, Doll & Richards. It became Doll & Richards in 1870 and retained that name until 1922. The gallery was sold in 1941 to Arthur McKean, in 1962 to Maurice Goldberg and to Jeanne and Paul Sylva in 1973. The record includes a history of the firm and gallery records (1871-1973) which include ledgers and sales accounts.
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