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Series 17: Miscellaneous (Location: Blissiana vertical files and various).

Folder 1: Bosch Palace: miscellaneous materials on the Bosch Palace, U.S. Ambassador’s residence in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Folder 2: Byzantine History: notes on Byzantine history course taken by Mildred Barnes Bliss from Professor Sherbowitz-Wetzor, Georgetown University (1939–1940).

Folder 3: Clifton: miscellaneous.

Folder 4: Ephemera and Miscellaneous Correspondence and Documents (ca. 1931–1955).

William Brryman Ridges (1955).

Archibald G. Thacher (1947).

Folder 5: Q Street House, Miscellaneous: re: house at Q and 28th Streets, N.W., Washington, D.C., that Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss owned and inhabited between the years 1943 and 1969.

Folder 6: Ritchie Journal: copy of a passage from Charles Ritchie, The Siren Years, A Canadian Diplomat Abroad 1937-1945 (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1974), 19f, an account of an after-dinner visit with Mildred Barnes Bliss to the lake in what is now Dumbarton Oaks Park.

Folder 7: Trunk Label Photographs: photographs of hand-inscribed trunk labels of undetermined origin; presumed to be part of the Bliss materials.

Folder 8: Video, An American Rendez Vous (short version): video of the history and restoration of the “Bosch Palace,” the United States Embassy Chancery, Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, PC, New York.

Folder 9: Walcott Journal (1935): transcription copy of the journal maintained by Frederick C. Walcott during his travels in Central America with Robert Woods Bliss in 1935; original in the Pre-Columbian Collection Archives.

Box 1: Museum of Modern Art (Location: SUA2, Box 103).

Item 1: Letter from Nelson A. Rockefeller to Mildred Barnes Bliss, November 23, 1936.

Item 2: Museum of Modern Art Annual Report, 1936.

Item 3: Reports (2) of the Advisory Committee of the Museum of Modern Art, 1931–1938.