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Haass, Lillian Henkel, 1879-1960

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role Collector Patron
dates 1879-1960
city Detroit
stateMI
gender F
historical notes Lillian Martha Henkel Haass was an art collector and patron. Haass served as trustee and president of the Detroit Museum of Art Founders Society, was active with the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts (president 1933-1938), member of the board of the Detroit Artist’s Market, and an active supporter of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

15th century french

She was married to Julius H. Haass (1856-1931), a prominent banker and donor of art treasures.

Martin Edgar Ferrill, Jacob van Hulsdonck

Egyptian, Iranian, African (Nazca South Coast, 19th Century Baule, ), late 19th/early 20th Century Balinese,

Decorative arts Chantilly Manufactory Tureen, Omar Ramsden silver ewer, stained glass by the Master of the Saint Alexis Roundels,
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1910-1920
1920-1930
1930-1940
1940-1950
1950-1960
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Archives of American Art
Victor Building, Suite 2200
Lillian Henkel Haass papers, 1925-1960 see details...
Detroit Institute of Arts
Research Library & Archives
The Edgar P. Richardson records, 1930-1962. see details...
Biblioteca Berenson, Villa I Tatti
The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
The Fototeca Berenson (Villa I Tatti Photo Archives) see details...

see also:
McMath, Constance Haass
Haass, Julius Heinrich, 1869-1931