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Gould, Jay, 1836-1892

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role Collector
dates 1836-1892
city New York City
stateNY
other citiesRoxbury, NY;
gender M
historical notes Jay (nee Jason) Gould was a railroad magnate and art collector.

Gould's art collection included both the fine and decorative arts and featured work from Tiffany’s and Herter Brothers as well as paintings by, among other, Bouguereau, Gerome, and Daubigny.

decades
of activity
1850-1860
1860-1870
1870-1880
1880-1890
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New York University
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
Henry Mitchell MacCracken administrative records, 1884-1910. see details...
Lyndhurst
Archives Department
Family papers, 1863-1905. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Address book,[18--] see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
[Scrapbook of newspaper clippings pertaining to the death of Jay Gould, and of information on other Gould family members] : scrapbook, [1892?]-1920. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Jay Gould and the Erie Railway : manuscript, 1893 see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Helen Miller Gould Shepard papers, 1814-1941. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Morton, Bliss & Company Records, 1876-1899. see details...
The New York Botanical Garden
Archives
Lord and Burnham Company (Irvington, N.Y.) Records, [ca. 1881-1954] see details...
Lyndhurst
Archives Department
Photograph collection, [ca. 1864-1960] see details...
Lyndhurst
Archives Department
Property documents, 1785-1942. see details...
The Getty Research Institute
Research Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
M. Knoedler & Co. records, approximately 1848-1971 see details...

see also:
Gould, George Jay, 1864-1923
Gould, Florence, 1895-1983
Gould, Frank Jay