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1924

“‘Abie’ Goldstein, New King of the Bantams.” National Police Gazette, 3 May 1924.

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“The Boxing Sensation of the Southland.” National Police Gazette, 17 May 1924.

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“Bike Fans Take Off Their Hats to Him.” National Police Gazette, 2 August 1924.

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“Action Sketches of Bill Tilden, Tennis Wizard.” National Police Gazette, c. September 1924.

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1925

Horse, cab, and driver; Athlete with racket; Three men in bowler hats; Charleston dancer for Arthur Murray advertisement. New Yorker (c. 1925).

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“The Beautician.” (Publication unknown), c. 1925.

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“4 crying out loud!” Judge (c. 1925).

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“Cutting up Didoes in the City Ice-Skating Rink.” National Police Gazette, 25 February 1925.

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New York Society of Independent Artists, Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Ninth Annual Exhibition of The Society of Independent Artists. Exhibition catalogue. 1925.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

“A Spanish Beauty Rehearses Her Dances.” National Police Gazette, 21 March 1925.

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“Pen-and-ink Impressions of Finland’s Wonder Runner.” National Police Gazette, 4 April 1925.

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“200 Years Old, But Still Full of Life!” The Morning Telegraph, vol. 105, no. 137, 17 May 1925.

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“Seeing the Circus with ‘Sandy’ Calder.” National Police Gazette, 23 May 1925.

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“Behind the Scenes.” The Morning Telegraph, vol. 105, no. 158, 7 June 1925.

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“The World and Its Ways.” The Morning Telegraph, vol. 105, no. 172, 21 June 1925.

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“‘Sandy’ Calder Drops In at the Polo Grounds.” National Police Gazette, 27 June 1925.

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“The World and Its Ways.” The Morning Telegraph, vol. 106, no. 5, 5 July 1925.

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“Watching College Crews on the Hudson with ‘Sandy’ Calder.” National Police Gazette, 1 August 1925.

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“George White’s ‘Scandals,’ at the Apollo.” New York Herald Tribune, vol. LXXXV, no. 28,756, 9 August 1925.

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“Sandy Calder Goes a-Sketching at Coney Island.” National Police Gazette, 22 August 1925.

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“On a Sketching Stroll Through New York’s Central Park.” National Police Gazette, 17 October 1925.

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Football player. New York Times, 22 October 1925.

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“Sandy Calder Sees ‘The Gold Rush,’ Charley Chaplin.” National Police Gazette, 31 October 1925.

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“The Football Game: Thumbnail Sketches by ‘Sandy’ Calder.” National Police Gazette, 14 November 1925.

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1926

STCA: How in the World Else? Brochure, Student Third Cabin Association, Holland America Line. September 1926.

“Prance de Gals.” The Boulevardier (c. 1926).

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The Boulevardier (c. 1926).

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The Philadelphian (January 1926).

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Pemberton, Murdock. “Review of Exhibitions.” New Yorker (2 January 1926).

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“At the Horse Show with a Sketching Pad.” National Police Gazette, 9 January 1926.

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The Philadelphian (February 1926).

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New York Society of Independent Artists, Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Tenth Annual Exhibition of The Society of Independent Artists. Exhibition catalogue. 1926.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

The World, 6 March 1926.

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Anderson Galleries, Whitney Studio Club, New York. The Whitney Studio Club Eleventh Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Members of the Whitney Studio Club. Exhibition catalogue. 1926.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

Calder, Alexander. Animal Sketching. Pelham, New York: Bridgman Publishers, 1926.

Illustrated Book

“Early Morning Gallops at Belmont Park, Sketched by ‘Sandy’ Calder.” National Police Gazette, 1 May 1926.

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Raushenbush, Winifred. “The Great Wall of Chinatown.” The Survey Graphic Number, vol. LVI, no. 3 (1 May 1926).

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Messer Stow, Charles. “Through the Centuries the Horse Gallops Over Art’s Pages.” Boston Evening Transcript, 26 May 1926.

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“So This is Miami.” New Masses, vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1926).

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“An Afternoon at Ned Wayburn’s Dancing School–By ‘Sandy’ Calder.” National Police Gazette, 3 July 1926.

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“The Spirit of Chicago.” The Boulevardier, no. 7 (September 1926).

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Cover (Two Jockeys). The Boulevardier, no. 7 (September 1926).

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“Early Christian Martyr Making the Sign of the Cross.” New Masses, vol. 1 (September 1926).

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Alexander Calder Scrapbook, 1924–26. The unbound book includes seven folios and eight loose clippings, two newspapers, and one poster: black-and-white and color; 16 1/8″ x 12 1/4″. Calder Foundation, New York.

Unpublished Document or Manuscript

1927

Legrand-Chabrier. “Paris-Montparnasse et son cirque.” Patrie, 6 May 1927.

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Legrand-Chabrier. “Un petit cirque a domicile.” Candide, no. 171, 23 June 1927.

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“About Buyers.” New York Herald (Paris edition), 31 July 1927.

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“Les Jouets de Calder.” Les Echos des Industries d’Art, no. 25 (August 1927).

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“About Buyers.” New York Herald (Paris edition), 1 August 1927.

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“Futurist Toys for Advanced Kiddies Created by Calder, Artist-Engineer.” New York Herald (Paris edition), 4 August 1927.

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“Jouets et objets de poésie.” Comoedia, 29 August 1927.

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Transition, no. 7 (October 1927).

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1928

Sculptor Discards Clay to Ply His Art in Wire (1928). ACME Film Company, New York. 35mm, black-and-white, silent; 36 min.

Film

Salon de la Société des Artistes Indépendants, Paris. Exhibition catalogue. 1928.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

Pemberton, Murdock. “The Art Galleries.” New Yorker (3 March 1928).

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“Copper Wire Wins Place in Art Show.” New York Times, 9 March 1928.

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New York Society of Independent Artists, Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Twelfth Annual Exhibition of The Society of Independent Artists. Exhibition catalogue. 1928.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

“Pictures Reflect the News Throughout the Nation and Abroad.” Cleveland Plain Dealer, 13 March 1928.

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Flint, Ralph. “Society of Independents.” Christian Science Monitor, 19 March 1928.

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Hawes, Elizabeth. “More than Modern—Wiry Art.” Charm, vol. IX, no. III (April 1928).

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“The Wonders of Our Age: Portraits by Wire!” American Sketch (April 1928).

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Creative Art (April 1928).

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Galleries of Jacques Seligmann and Company, Ancien Hôtel de Sagan, Paris. The Salon of American Artists. Exhibition catalogue. 1928.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

1929

Calder, Alexander. Statement on Wire Sculpture. Manuscript, 1929. Calder Foundation, New York.

Unpublished Document or Manuscript

Artist (1929). Part of the series “1929 Pathé Audio Review no. 16.” Pathé Exchange, Inc., Paris. Black-and-white. Cinematography by Paul Jones, Robert Molin, and Maxime Dely; music synchronized by Audio Review Symphonic Orchestra.

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Salon de la Société des Artistes Indépendants, Grand Palais des Champs-Elysées, Paris. 40e Exposition. Exhibition catalogue. 1929.

Group Exhibition Catalogue

Paris-Midi, 19 January 1929.

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Le Journal, 19 January 1929.

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“Le Printemps en fil de fer.” Paris-Midi, 20 January 1929.

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Chavanée. Liberté, no. 37, 21 January 1929.

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Galerie Billiet-Pierre Vorms, Paris. Sculptures bois et fil de fer de Alexandre Calder. Exhibition catalogue. 1929.

Jules Pascin, Statement

Solo Exhibition Catalogue

Caby. Humanité, 25 January 1929.

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“Sculpturing By Wire is New Achievement of Alexander Calder at Galerie Billiet.” Chicago Tribune (Paris edition), no. 37, 29 January 1929.

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“Pascin préfacier.” Paris-Soir, 30 January 1929.

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Gaussin, Yvan. “On remplace le crayon et la couleur par . . . du fil de fer.” La Rumeur, 30 January 1929.

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Bal, George. “Paris Art Notes.” New York Herald Tribune (Paris edition), 31 January 1929.

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Haskell, Douglas. “Design in Industry, or Art as a Toy.” Creative Art, vol. 4 (February 1929).

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“Calder.” Semaine à Paris (1 February 1929).

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Gros. “Sculpture sur fil de fer.” Paris-Midi, 2 February 1929.

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Neue Pariser Zeitung, 3 February 1929.

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Fierens, Paul. Journal des Débats, 3 February 1929.

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Chicago Tribune, 3 February 1929.

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Tarel. Eve, 10 February 1929.

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S., C. “Seen in Various Galleries.” New York Times, 10 February 1929.

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Georges, Waldemar. “Les Petites Expositions.” La Presse, 14 February 1929.

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“Kunstler.” Cahier, 15 February 1929.

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Pemberton, Murdock. “The Art Galleries: Pigment and Tea Leaves.” New Yorker (23 February 1929).

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Marque. “Ståltrådsskulptur eller Teckning I Rymden.” Svenska Dagbladet, 10 March 1929.

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Harris, Ruth Green. “Paintings and Sculpture Shown in Paris.” New York Times, 31 March 1929.

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Galerie Neumann-Nierendorf, Berlin. Alexander Calder: Skulpturen aus Holz und aus Draht. Exhibition catalogue. 1929.

Solo Exhibition Catalogue

“Wire Sculpture.” Rule, no. 2548H, April 1929.

Newspaper

Artists at Work: Alexander Calder (1929). Part of the series “Artists at Work.” 35mm, black-and-white, silent; 9 min. Directed by Dr. Hans Cürlis; cinematography by Walter Türck. Institut für Kulturforschung, Berlin. Shown in the Netherlands in a modified version, “What Alexander Calder Achieved with Copper Wire.”

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Cicerone (Leipzig edition, April 1929).

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“Skulpturen aus Draht.” Neue Leipziger Zeitung, 7 April 1929.

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“Lustige Plastiken Aus Draht.” Zeitbilder (7 April 1929).

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S., M. “Der ‘Bildhauer,’ der alles aus Draht macht!” Acht Uhr Abendblatt (Berlin), 8 April 1929.

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“New York Artist’s Sculpture in Wire Shown in Berlin.” New York Herald Tribune, 9 April 1929.

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Behne, Adolf. “Plastik als Luftakt: Alexander Calder in der Galerie Neumann-Nierendorf.” Welt Am Abend, 11 April 1929.

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Werner, Bruno. “Porträts, Skulpturen, Drahtplastiken.” Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, 12 April 1929.

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“Kunst der Neuen Welt.” Der Berliner Weiten, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, 13 April 1929.

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