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Hone, Philip, 1780-1851

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role Collector
dates 1780-1851
city New York City
sex M
historical notes Collector, diarist, politician, and partnered with his brother in a New York auction business (J & P Hone & Co.).

Hone's collection included living artists such as Leslie, Newton, Vanderlyn, Morse, Doughty, Wall, Peale, and Weir.

Hone is mentioned in Frederick Baekeland's "Collectors of American Painting, 1813-1913," American Art Review, 3, Nov.-Dec. 1976.

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Archives/Repository Collection Title Collection Details
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Robert S Hone Diary, 1840 Apr. 29-1842 May 31. see details...
Hagley Museum and Library
Manuscripts & Archives Dept.
Wurts family papers, 1699-1964. see details...
Archives of American Art
Victor Building, Suite 2200
Rembrandt Peale letters and address, 1846-1857. see details...
Rosenbach Museum & Library
2008-2010 DeLancey Place
1814-1852. ALsS : Leslie, Charles Robert, 1794-1859.; Adams, John Quincy,; Flaxman, Maria,, and others. see details...
Columbia University Libraries
Butler Library, 6th Fl. East,
Allen Nevins Papers, 1912-1992. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Philip Hone Diaries, 1826-1851. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Visitors' book, 1825 see details...
James Monroe Museum & Memorial Library
University of Mary Washington
Notes, drafts, and fragments: of James Monroe, 1809- 1830, n.d. see details...

see also:
Hone, John, d. 1832