TABLE OF CONTENTS

Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Organization of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Processing Information

Preferred Citation

Contact Information

Series Level Descriptions

1 - Personal Papers, 1889, 1904-1987

2 - Galerie Stern Files, 1917-1937

3 - Correspondence, 1864-1986, predominant 1916-1981

4 - Travel Files, 1948-1988

5 - Art Collection Files, 1948-1988

6 - Clipping Files, 1946, 1951-1987

7 - Diaries, Daily Calendars, and Address Books, 1938-1949, 1969-1975, 1987

8 - Art Reproductions, [ca. 1940-ca. 1980]

9 - Sound and Video Recordings, 1973-1985

Item Level Descriptions

Sound and Video Recordings

Box List

SERIES 1 - Personal Papers

SERIES 2 - Galerie Stern Files

SERIES 3 - Correspondence

SERIES 4 - Travel Files

SERIES 5 - Art Collection Files

SERIES 6 - Clipping Files

SERIES 7 - Diaries, Daily Calendars, and Address Books

SERIES 8 - Art Reproductions

SERIES 9 - Sound and Video Recordings

National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives

Max Stern fonds:

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Collection Summary

Title:Max Stern fonds.
Dates:– 1864-1988, predominant 1942-1987.
Quantity: – 3.69 m of textual records and other material.

Biographical Sketch

Max Stern was born in 1904 in Mönchengladbach, Germany, the youngest child of Julius Stern and Selma Heilbron. His first exposure to art was at the Galerie Julius Stern, a business started by his father in Düsseldorf in 1913. Stern went on to study art history at universities in Germany, France, and Austria and obtained a Ph.D. from the University of Bonn in 1928. After completing his doctorate, Stern joined the Galerie Stern as manager and later assumed ownership of the business when his father died in October 1934. In late 1937, responding to the growing threat of Nazism in Germany, Stern liquidated the Galerie Stern's inventory and moved to London, where he joined his sister, Hedi, and a former associate from Düsseldorf, Cornelis J.W. van de Wetering, at West's Galleries Limited. Stern's work at the London gallery was interrupted a few years later with the onset of the Second World War and his internment as a civilian alien in a refugee camp on the Isle of Man. After being briefly detained in England, Stern was granted permission to immigrate to Canada, where he spent almost two years in internment camps near Fredericton, New Brunswick and Sherbrooke, Quebec. Following his release in 1942, Stern moved to Montreal and soon after joined Rose Millman at the Dominion Gallery of Fine Art as managing director. In 1946, Stern married Iris Westerberg from Malmö, Sweden and the following year he became the sole proprietor of the Dominion Gallery in partnership with Iris. Under Stern's direction, the Dominion Gallery exhibited and sold both contemporary Canadian and European art and eventually became one of the most successful commercial art galleries in Canada. As well as developing the Dominion Gallery, Stern assembled a prestigious private art collection that consisted mainly of paintings and sculptures by contemporary Canadian and European artists. A large number of these works were eventually donated to Canadian museums, most notably the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Kingston, the Edmonton Art Gallery in Edmonton, the McMichael Canadian Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Musée d'art contemporain in Montreal. For his many contributions in promoting art appreciation in Canada, Stern received the Order of Canada in 1984 and an honorary doctorate from Concordia University in 1985. Max Stern died in Paris in 1987.

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Scope and Content

Fonds consists of personal papers; correspondence with family members, friends, and professional associates; press clippings; photographs; sound recordings; and video recordings. The fonds includes material related to the Galerie Stern in Düsseldorf, the Dominion Gallery in Montreal, Stern's post-war claims against the German government for confiscated property and paintings, and Max and Iris Stern's private art collection.

Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of fonds.

Physical description: Includes 3,149 photographs, 430 items of graphic material, 24 architectural drawings, 4 technical drawings, 30 sound recordings (ca. 21 hr. 51 min.), 3 video recordings (ca. 1 hr. 57 min.), and 18 objects.

Immediate source of acquisition: Donated to the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives by the estate of Max Stern in 2000.

Terms governing use and reproduction: Permission to reproduce or publish material from the Max Stern fonds must be obtained from the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.

Language: Text in mainly in English. Some items are in German, French, Dutch, Italian, and Swedish.

Finding aids: Series level descriptions and box list available.

Related groups of records: Other records related to Max Stern can be found in the Dominion Gallery fonds, the Siegfried Thalheimer Family fonds, and the West's Galleries Limited fonds.

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Organization of the Collection

This collection is organized into 9 series.
Series 1 - Personal Papers, 1889, 1904-1987.
Series 2 - Galerie Stern Files, 1917-1937.
Series 3 - Correspondence, 1864-1986, predominant 1916-1981.
Series 4 - Travel Files, 1948-1988.
Series 5 - Art Collection Files, 1948-1988.
Series 6 - Clipping Files, 1946, 1951-1987.
Series 7 - Diaries, Daily Calendars, and Address Books, 1938-1949, 1969-1975, 1987.
Series 8 - Art Reproductions, [ca. 1940-ca. 1980].
Series 9 - Sound and Video Recordings, 1973-1985.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Use

At the request of the donor, access to records contained in the Max Stern fonds is subject to the Federal Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

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Index Terms

Names:
Millman, Rose, 1890-1960
Stern, Julius, 1867-1934
Stern, Max, 1904-1987
Organizations:
Dominion Gallery (Montreal, Quebec)
Dominion Gallery of Fine Art (Montreal, Quebec)
Galerie Dominion (Montréal, Québec)
Galerie Julius Stern (Düsseldorf, Germany)
Galerie Stern (Düsseldorf, Germany)
Document Types:
Architectural drawings.
Clipping files.
Correspondence.
Negatives.
Objects.
Photographs.
Slides.
Sound recordings.
Technical drawings.
Transparencies.
Video recordings.

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

The records were in the custody of the Dominion Gallery until it closed in 2000, when they were transferred to the National Gallery of Canada.

Processing Information

Collection processed and finding aid prepared by Philip Dombowsky in 2003.

Preferred Citation

[Title of item], Max Stern fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.

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Contact Information

Cyndie Campbell
Head, Archives, Documentation and Visual Resources 
Library and Archives 
National Gallery of Canada 
380 Sussex Drive 
P.O. Box 427, Station A 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1N 9N4 

T 613-990-0597 
F 613-990-9818 

 
ccampbel@gallery.ca 


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Series Level Descriptions

Personal Papers. – 1889, 1904-1987. – 69 cm of textual records and other material.

Series consists of personal items, including family documents, school reports and passports, handwritten and typed versions of Stern's autobiography, lecture notes, medallions and other objects, and photographs. Included among the photographs are several taken during Stern's years in Germany. The series also contains records related to renovations to the Dominion Gallery building and material related to Stern's personal finances, including documents that pertain to properties owned by Stern in Montreal and Palm Beach, Florida.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Physical description: Other material includes 1,572 photographs (1,200 b&w photographs, 175 b&w negatives, 142 colour photographs, 19 colour negatives, and 36 colour Polaroids), 24 architectural drawings, 4 technical drawings, and 18 objects.
Arrangement: Material within each file arranged chronologically.
Languages: Majority of text in English. Some material in German, French, and Swedish.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Galerie Stern Files. – 1917-1937. – 34 cm of textual records, 118 b&w photographs, and 23 items of graphic material.

Series consists of correspondence, newspaper articles, photographs of art works, and other documents related to the Galerie Stern in Düsseldorf. A set of index cards identifying interests and purchases of Galerie Stern clients, and a scrapbook containing clippings, two photographs of the Galerie Stern, and one exhibition catalogue from the Galerie Stern are also included.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Index cards arranged alphabetically by client.
Languages: Text in German. One item in Dutch.
Finding aids: Box list available.
Related material: See Correspondence series for related material.

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Correspondence. – 1864-1986, predominant 1916-1981. – 65 cm of textual records.

Series consists of correspondence with family members, friends, and professional associates. Correspondence with family members, some of which dates from Stern's years in Germany, includes letters to and from Stern's mother, his sisters Hedi and Gerda, his niece Ruth Thalheimer, and his brothers-in-law Hans Selbiger and Siegfried Thalheimer. Correspondence with Siegfried Thalheimer contains extensive references to buying and selling art, including paintings from the collections of Robert Schon and H.S. Southam. The series contains correspondence to and from Erich Wenderoth, Stern's attorney in Düsseldorf, regarding legal claims against the German government for confiscated art works and property. Also included is correspondence with Wilhelm Ewald, the former Director of the Rheinishe Museum in Cologne. Ewald helped identify and retrieve paintings confiscated by the National Socialist government from Stern in 1938. Correspondence with Delius Giese relates to Giese's request for help in winning his release from an internment camp in Canada. Most of the correspondence to and from Werner Strauss concerns paintings lost by the Strauss family during the Second World War. Christmas and greeting cards received by Max and Iris Stern, including numerous original Christmas cards created by artists such as André Biéler, Maurice Brianchon, Eric Goldberg, Edwin H. Holgate, Robert Newton Hurley, Marian Scott, and Kees van Dongen, are also included in the series.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Incoming and outgoing correspondence is filed together and arranged chronologically. Artist-designed Christmas cards are arranged alphabetically by artist.
Languages: Majority of text in English, with numerous items in German, including early family correspondence and letters written by Erich Wenderoth.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Travel Files. – 1948-1988. – 85 cm of textual records.

Series consists of correspondence, receipts for daily purchases (e.g., meals, accommodation, and transportation), travel itineraries, documents pertaining to art works purchased by Stern, and other material related to trips he took to Europe and North America. Most of the correspondence included in the series is between Stern and staff at the Dominion Gallery. There is also correspondence with artists regarding art works purchased by Stern while travelling.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Travel files arranged chronologically.
Languages: Majority of text in English. Some material in French and Italian.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Art Collection Files. – 1948-1988. – 63 cm of textual records and 1,459 photographs : multiple processes.

Series consists of inventories, appraisals, correspondence, and visual material related to Max and Iris Stern's personal art collection. The series includes files related to loans and donations of art works to various museums, including the Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Kingston), Edmonton Art Gallery, Glenbow Museum (Calgary), McMichael Canadian Collection (Kleinburg, Ontario), Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Musée d'art contemporain (Montreal), Vancouver Art Gallery, and others. Also included are inventories and visual material related to objets d'art and household goods owned by Max and Iris Stern.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Physical description: Photographs include 832 b&w photographs, 370 b&w negatives, 28 colour photographs, 42 colour negatives, 60 colour transparencies, 83 colour slides, and 44 colour Polaroids.
Arrangement: Material within each file is arranged chronologically. Photographs of art works in Stern's personal collection are arranged alphabetically by artist.
Languages: Majority of text in English. Some material in French.
Finding aids: Box list available.
Related material: Other records related to Stern's donations to public institutions can be found in the Correspondence series, Dominion Gallery fonds.

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Clipping Files. – 1946, 1951-1987. – 9 cm of textual records.

Series consists of newspaper and magazine articles related to Stern's career, exhibitions held at the Dominion Gallery, and the Dominion Gallery in general. Newspaper clippings are mostly from Montreal newspapers but there are also articles from papers such as the Fredericton Daily Gleaner and the Victoria Daily Colonist. Magazine articles are from Mayfair, Maclean's, and Vie des Arts; authors include Dorothy Eber, Robert Fulford, and Ninon Gauthier. A small selection of articles and press clippings on various subjects of interest to Stern are also included in the series.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Clipping files are arranged chronologically.
Languages: Majority of text in English. Some material in French and German.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Diaries, Daily Calendars, and Address Books. – 1938-1949, 1969-1975, 1987. – 44 cm of textual records.

Series consists of address books, pocket diaries, and daily calendars, the earliest dating from Stern's first year in London, England, and others from Stern's early years in Montreal. Information recorded in these items includes addresses, appointments, contacts, daily expenses, and miscellaneous notes.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Items are arranged chronologically.
Language: Majority of text in English. A diary from 1938 is in German.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Art Reproductions. – [ca. 1940-ca. 1980]. – 407 items of graphic material.

Series comprises an assortment of art reproductions and postcards acquired mainly from museums in Europe and the United States.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Finding aids: Box list available.

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Sound and Video Recordings. – 1973-1985. – 30 sound recordings (ca. 21 hr. 51 min.) and 3 video recordings (ca. 1 hr. 57 min.).

Series consists of reel-to-reel magnetic tapes, audio cassettes, and video cassettes. Included are sound recordings of Stern talking about his life in Germany, England, and Canada, recordings of Stern rehearsing speeches, and recordings of various interviews with Stern. A De Jur Grundig Sternorette tape recorder and a Fi-Cord mini-tape recorder are also included in the series.
Source of supplied title proper: Title based on contents of series.
Arrangement: Audio cassettes are arranged chronologically, with the exception of eight autobiographical tapes that are grouped at the beginning of the series. Autobiographical tapes are arranged chronologically according to the events being described. Video cassettes are grouped separately following the audio cassettes.
Language: Majority of sound recordings in English. Some items in French.
Finding aids: Item level finding aid and box list available.
Related material: Partial transcripts of the autobiographical tapes can be found in the Personal Papers series.

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Item Level Descriptions

Sound and Video Recordings.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 1. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 60 min.).
Stern speaks about his studies at various European universities and his dissertation research on the German academic painter, Johann Peter von Langer.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 2. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 60 min.).
Stern discusses his dissertation research, his subsequent oral examinations at the University of Bonn, the time he spent in Paris after completing his Ph.D., and an exhibition he organized at the Galerie Stern featuring works by Carl Spitzweg.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 3. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 60 min.).
Stern talks about the Galerie Stern in Düsseldorf, the founding of West's Galleries in London, his internment in England and Canada, and his first years in Montreal.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 4. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 60 min.).
Stern recalls his first years in Montreal, mentioning his initial visit to the Art Association of Montreal, early exhibitions at the Dominion Gallery of Fine Art (including an exhibition of works by Goodridge Roberts held in March 1943), early clients of the gallery, and the sale of the H.S. Southam and Robert Schon collections of European art during the early 1940s.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 5. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio microcassette (ca. 88 min. 30 sec.).
Stern speaks briefly about his life in Germany and his subsequent immigration to England in early 1938 and Canada in 1940. In discussing his early years in Montreal, Stern refers to the first exhibitions at the Dominion Gallery, his trips to western Canada in 1944 and 1951, and his association with artists such as Goodridge Roberts, Emily Carr, E.J. Hughes, and Jean Dallaire.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 6. – February 1983. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 25 min.).
Stern discusses his partnership arrangement with Rose Millman at the Dominion Gallery beginning in 1944 and his eventual purchase of the gallery in January 1947. Stern also mentions his association with Goodridge Roberts, his support of various other Canadian artists, and his interest in sculpture in the mid 1950s. Side B is blank.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 7. – ca. 1983. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 25 min.).
Stern talks about his growing interest in international sculpture during the mid 1950s, his final months in Germany in 1937, and his search after the war for paintings confiscated by the National Socialist government. Sculptors discussed in the first portion of the tape include Henry Moore, Mirko, Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi, and Mario Negri. Side B is blank.

Max Stern autobiography, no. 8. – ca. 1985. – 1 audio microcassette (ca. 58 min.).
Stern recalls his life in Germany, including his studies at various universities, his move to Canada in 1940, and his early years at the Dominion Gallery, including his association with Emily Carr. Side B consists of Stern reading from the notes he reads on Side A.
In French.

Exhibition at the Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo and investing in art. – 28 February 1973. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 55 min.).
Stern speaks about art works from his personal collection on loan to the Galerie Tamenaga in Tokyo. Artists mentioned include Henri Fantin-Latour, Ossip Zadkine, Auguste Rodin, Pericle Fazzini, Emilio Greco, Giacomo Manzù, Marino Marini, Luciano Minguzzi, and Mario Negri. On Side B Stern discusses various aspects of investing in art.
Sound quality on Side B diminishes as the tape progesses. Stern's voice becomes inaudible within approximately 20 minutes.

Dominion Gallery lecture and tour. – 2 November 1976. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 70 min.).
Stern addresses an audience gathered at the Dominion Gallery about his life as an art dealer in Germany and Canada. The talk is followed by a tour of the Dominion Gallery, with Stern commenting on works by John Lyman, Aristide Maillol, Auguste Rodin, Jean Dallaire, E.J. Hughes, Emily Carr, and others.

Dominion Gallery lecture and CBC Nightcap episode with Dal Corran. – 9 November 1976-ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 88 min.).
Stern speaks to an audience at the Dominion Gallery about Georges Mathieu, abstract art, the pitfalls of buying prints as an investment, art forgery, art theft, and investing in art. On the topic of art theft, Stern refers to six Dominion Gallery sculptures stolen from the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. Prior to the completion of Stern's talk, the tape switches to a CBC Nightcap episode on the subject of art forgery.

Instructions to Dominion Gallery staff, discussion of Emily Carr, discussion of "schlock" art, and telephone conversations. – ca. November 1976-ca. January 1979. – 2 audio cassettes (ca. 109 min.).
Side A consists of Stern dictating instructions to Dominion Gallery staff (14 min.) and an interview with Stern on Emily Carr (ca. 35 min.). In the Carr interview, Stern recalls meeting the artist in 1944 and also talks about organizing an exhibition of her work later the same year. Stern concludes his discussion of Carr by pointing out the similarity of the artist's painting to the work of Ferdinand Hodler, Lovis Corinth, and Edvard Munch. Side B consists of a segment from an unidentified CBC program on "schlock" art (ca. 4 min.), followed by telephone conversations between Stern and Dominion Gallery staff. The last segment consists mostly of reports from staff regarding sales and client inquiries.

Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 1. – 1 May 1978. – 2 audio reels (ca. 60 min.).
Stern speaks about his life as an art dealer, touching upon his years in Germany, London, and Montreal. Stern also comments on investing in art.

Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 2. – 8 May 1978. – 2 audio reels (ca. 60 min.).
Stern speaks about the role Iris Stern played in the development of the Dominion Gallery and also discusses his parents' interest in art.

CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Larceny and Old Masters"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 20 min.).
An episode from CBC Nightcap that treats the issue of art forgery, including the career of the Jan Vermeer forger, Han van Meegeran. Persons interviewed for the program include Max Stern, Lord John Kilbracken (a biographer of van Meegeran), and Nathan Stolow (a special advisor on conservation for the National Museums Board). Side B is blank.

CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 20 min.).
Stern refers his years in Germany, early exhibitions at the Dominion Gallery, and his association with artists such as Goodridge Roberts, Paul-Emile Borduas, and Emily Carr. The interview concludes with Stern discussing various aspects of investing in art.

CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market") and Dominion Gallery tour. – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 43 min.).
Side A is a copy of the preceding Max Stern interview for the CBC program Nightcap. Side B consists of Stern leading a tour of the Dominion Gallery.
Tape is abruptly cut off.

Max Stern discusses the career of Jean Dallaire. – 1980. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 47 min. 30 sec.).
Stern speaks to an unidentified interviewer about his association with Jean Dallaire, noting that he became Dallaire's agent in the 1950s and organized a solo exhibition of the artist's work in 1954. On Side B Stern continues his discussion of Dallaire and also comments on Jori Smith, Simone Marie Bouchard, and the art market.

Max Stern rehearsing lecture. – ca. 1980. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 29 min.).
Rehearsing for an unidentified lecture, Stern recalls his exposure to art as a child, his studies at universities in Cologne, Berlin, and Vienna, his dissertation on the artist Johann Peter von Langer, his experiences at the Galerie Stern, and his early years in Canada. Following this biographical overview, Stern explains why he believes there are too many artists but too few art historians in Canada. Side B is blank.

Max Stern interviewed by Ninon Gauthier and instructions to Dominion Gallery staff. – 9 December 1982. – 1 audio microcassette (ca. 34 min.).
Stern speaks to Ninon Gauthier about the peculiarities of the art market and offers advice for the art collector. Also discussed in the difference between the art markets of Canada and the United States and Stern's interest in the work of Henry Moore. Side B consists of Stern dictating notes to himself and to Dominion Gallery staff.

Investing in art interview. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 60 min.).
Stern speaks to an unidentified student about the art market and investing in art. Subjects touched upon include the importance of buying art as a long-range investment, the necessity of seeking the advice of experts when buying art, pitfalls to avoid when buying prints, and the importance of buying art works by artists recognized as innovators. Artists mentioned in the course of the interview include Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky, and Cornelius Krieghoff.

Max Stern eightieth birthday list. – 1984. – 1 audio microcassette (ca. 18 min. 30 sec.).
Stern identifies the individuals to be invited to his eightieth birthday party, adding brief remarks on most of the thirty-nine persons mentioned. Side B is blank.

Max Stern eightieth birthday speech and Henry Moore. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette (21 min. 30 sec.).
Stern rehearses his eightieth birthday speech, in which he acknowledges important individuals in his life, including Tancred Borenius, William Birks, Maurice Gagnon, Père Couturier, and others (11 min. 30 sec.). On Side B Stern reminisces about his association with Henry Moore (10 min.).

Max Stern rehearsing E.J. Hughes lecture. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 14 min.).
Stern rehearses a lecture for the opening of an E.J. Hughes retrospective exhibition at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, New Brunswick (23 November 1984). Side B is blank.

Max Stern interviewed by Lynn Henderson. CBC, Saturday Spotlight. – 5 January 1985. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 53 min.).
Stern discusses his life in Germany, his early years at the Dominion Gallery in Montreal, his association with Emily Carr, and investing in art.

Max Stern and Ann Garrould interview. – October 1985. – 1 audio cassette (ca. 17 min.).
Recorded on the occasion of a Henry Moore retrospective exhibition at the Dominion Gallery, Stern discusses his interest in sculpture and his long standing association with Henry Moore. Following the interview with Stern, Ann Garrould, Henry Moore's niece, comments on Moore's life and art. Remainder of Side A and all of Side B are inaudible.

Max Stern interviewed by Normand Biron. – 1986. – 2 audio microcassettes (ca. 34 min.).
Stern recalls his early years in Germany, mentioning his father's gallery in Düsseldorf, the Galerie Stern, his decision to study art history, his subsequent dissertation research on Johann Peter von Langer, and his oral examinations at the University of Bonn. The interview closes with Stern commenting on the rise of National Socialism in Germany.
In French.

Consumerscope with Kathy Keefler. – 1980. – 1 video cassette (ca. 30 min.).
CBC program examines the issue of art as investment and includes interviews with financial journalist Jacques Forget, art critic Catherine Bates, art dealers Bernard Desroches, Walter Klinkhoff, Leon Lippel, Max Stern, and Sam Lallouz, and art collector Bernard Nantel. Comments made by Stern relate to investing in international art.

Today from Quebec with Lynn Allison. – 1980. – 1 video cassette (ca. 57 min. 30 sec.).
CBC program that includes a 10 minute interview with Max Stern on the subject of buying art. Stern recommends buying works by undiscovered artists, by great forgotten artists, and by both international and Canadian artists. Artist mentioned include Anna Noeh, Emily Carr, Eric Goldberg, the Group of Seven, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Côte, Clarence Gagnon, and Jules Herve.
The segment featuring Stern starts approximately 34 minutes into the program.

Steppin' Out with Wayne Grigsby and Katie Malloch. – 25 November 1982. – 1 video cassette (ca. 29 min. 30 sec.).
CBC broadcast that includes an interview with Stern at the opening of a Dominion Gallery exhibition of paintings by Paul Soulikias. Stern explains why he decided to organize the Soulikias exhibition and briefly mentions Emily Carr and Goodridge Roberts. The program also includes a short segment on an A.Y. Jackson exhibition at the Château Ramezay in Montreal.

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Series 1 - Personal Papers

BoxFolder
Box 1File 1Personal documents (1889, 1904-1941) *note: file includes school reports, Ph.D. diploma, and identification documents
File 2Confiscated paintings (1946-1957) *note: file contains miscellaneous items related to paintings confiscated in Germany in the late 1930s
File 3Cheque stubs (February-May 1940)
File 4Internment (1941, 1978, 1982) *note: file contains miscellaneous items related to Stern's internment in Canada
File 5Letters of introduction (1942) *note: file includes letters written on behalf of Max Stern by William Birks, Tancred Borenius, and Cornelis J.W. van de Wetering
File 6Loose-leaf notebook (1941-1942) *note: item contains addresses and notes on the history of art written by Max Stern
File 7"Partnership Assets and Liabilities of Mrs. A. Millman and Dr. Stern" (1944)
File 8Handwritten autobiographical notes (ca. 1982)
File 9Typed autobiographical notes (ca. 1982)
File 10Miscellaneous biographical notes and press releases (ca. 1960-1980)
File 11Lecture notes and typescripts (1950-1985)
BoxFolder
Box 2File 1Published articles by Max Stern (1975-1979)
File 2Drawing of Max Stern by Lou Seligson (ca. 1980)
File 3Typescripts of articles and interviews (1947-1987) *note: file includes typescript by Ninon Gauthier entitled "Le Dr. Stern et la Galerie Dominion"
File 4Art theft and damage (1951-1981)
File 5Art fakes (1956-1981) *note: file includes 5 b&w photographs, 3 colour photographs, and 2 colour Polaroids
File 6Stocks and other investments - Max and Iris Stern (1946-1983)
File 7Israel Reconstruction and Development Bonds (1970-1979)
File 8Income tax - Max and Iris Stern (1944-1979)
File 9Insurance - Max and Iris Stern (1967-1984)
File 10Old age pension - Max and Iris Stern (1969-1977)
File 11Credit cards (1978-1983)
File 12Codicil to will (1979)
File 13Invitations (1968-1985)
File 14Memberships (1950, 1965-1985) *note: *note: certificate from B'nai Brith, Mount Royal Lodge No. 729 stored in drawing cabinet
File 15Canadian Friends of Hebrew University (1977-1978)
File 16Charitable donations (1963-1965, 1973, 1983)
File 17Christmas card lists (1964-1979)
BoxFolder
Box 3File 1Medical - Max Stern (1966-1987)
File 2Doctors' bills - Max and Iris Stern (1957-1986)
File 3Eightieth and eighty-third birthday celebrations (1983, 1987)
File 4Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal reception (1984)
File 5Concordia University convocation program and diploma (1985)
File 6Order of Canada, v. 1 (1982-1984)
File 7Order of Canada, v. 2 (1983-1987)
File 8Iris Stern miscellaneous (1954, 1961-1984) *note: oversized letter from Georges Mathieu has been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
File 9Medical - Iris Stern (1969-1978)
File 10Letters of condolence - Iris Stern (1979)
File 11Estate - Iris Stern (1979-1983)
File 12Max Stern (1987) *note: file contains items compiled by Michel Moreault following the death of Max Stern, including obituaries, letters to Michel Moreault, and sympathy cards
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Box 4File 1Dominion Gallery building, v. 1 (1950) *note: architectural drawings have been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
File 2Dominion Gallery building, v. 2 (1950-1951) *note: file contains correspondence, construction reports, and time sheets of James A. Thom & Co. Limited, general contractors
File 3Dominion Gallery building, v. 3 (1950-1951) *note: file contains two account books and cancelled cheques
File 4Dominion Gallery building (1959-1970) *note: architectural drawings have been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
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Box 5File 1Dominion Gallery building - Miscellaneous (1958-1981) *note: file includes documents related to installation of burglar alarm (1960-61) and offers of purchase (1981)
File 2Dominion Gallery building - Appraisals (1977, 1979)
File 3Dominion Gallery building - Alterations (1984-1986) *note: file contains documents related to repairs to the Dominion Gallery building, including bronze display boxes and exterior sign, by architect Norman Slater
File 4Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - Purchase (1977)
File 5Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - Winthrop House Condominium Association (1977-1983)
File 6Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - Interior design (1977-1978) *note: an architectural drawing has been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
File 7Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - ADT security system (1977-1983)
File 8Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - Heiman and Heiman (1973-1977) *note: an architectural drawing has been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
File 9Winthrop House, Palm Beach, Florida - Miscellaneous (1977-1980)
File 10Plaza Central Santurce, Santurce, Puerto Rico, Rofolfo Fernandez Ramirez (1976) and Centro de Bellas Artes, Santurce, P.R., Rudolfo Fernandez & Associates *note: the two architectural plans contained in this file have been removed and stored in a drawing cabinet
BoxFolder
Box 6File 1Les Chantiers Davie Shipbuilding Limited (1983) *note: four technical drawings have been removed from this file and stored in a drawing cabinet
File 2Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - Purchase (1984)
File 3Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - Shareholders (1984-1987)
File 4Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - Interior design and repairs (1984)
File 5Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - ADT security system (1984-1985)
File 6Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - Insurance (1984-1985)
File 7Photographs - Galerie Stern, Düsseldorf *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs
File 8Photographs - Grafenberger Wald (Stern family chalet in Düsseldorf) *note: file contains 8 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 9Photographs - Julius and Selma Stern *note: file contains 36 b&w photographs, 2 b&w negatives, and 3 colour Polaroids
File 10Photographs - Hedi and Gerda Stern *note: file contains 42 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
BoxFolder
Box 7File 1Photographs - Max Stern childhood (including Max with Hedi and Gerda) *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs
File 2Photographs - Max Stern school outings *note: file contains 24 b&w photographs
File 3Photographs - Max Stern as a young man *note: file contains 50 b&w photographs and 15 b&w negatives
File 4Photographs - Max Stern photograph album *note: file contains 25 b&w photographs
File 5Photographs - Max Stern and family in Germany *note: file contains 29 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 6Photographs - Max Stern and friends in Germany *note: file contains 80 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 7Photographs - Ruth Thalheimer *note: file contains 19 b&w photographs
File 8Photographs - Max Stern and friends in Flims, Switzerland *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs
File 9Photographs - Max Stern and friends skiing *note: file contains 70 b&w photographs and 7 b&w negatives
BoxFolder
Box 8File 1Photographs - Dominion Gallery of Fine Art, St. Catherine Street West *note: file contains 22 b&w photographs and 13 b&w negatives
File 2Photographs - Dominion Gallery, Sherbrooke Street West *note: file contains 25 b&w photographs, 17 b&w negatives, 7 colour photographs, and 2 colour Polaroids
File 3Photographs - Max Stern at the Dominion Gallery *note: file contains 22 b&w photographs and 2 colour photograph
File 4Photographs - Max Stern and Iris Stern at the Dominion Gallery *note: file contains 12 b&w photographs and 10 b&w negatives
File 5Photographs - Max Stern miscellaneous *note: file contains 81 b&w photographs and 2 colour photographs
File 6Photographs - Iris Stern miscellaneous *note: file contains 44 b&w photographs, 10 b&w negatives, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 7Photographs - Max and Iris Stern *note: file contains 8 b&w photographs, 1 b&w negative, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 8Photographs - Max and Iris Stern miscellaneous travels, v. 1 *note: file contains 62 b&w photographs and 26 b&w negatives
File 9Photographs - Max and Iris Stern miscellaneous travels, v. 2 *note: file contains 45 b&w photographs, 22 b&w negatives, and 5 colour photographs
BoxFolder
Box 9File 1Photographs - Max and Iris Stern miscellaneous travels, v. 3 *note: file contains 21 b&w photographs, 1 b&w negative, 1 colour photograph, and 2 colour Polaroids
File 2Photographs - Lake Louise (1944) *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs
File 3Photographs - Max and Iris Stern in England (1945-1969) *note: file contains 52 b&w photographs and 15 colour photographs
File 4Photographs - Max and Iris Stern on the S.S. Augustus from New York to Casablanca (May 1961) *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs
File 5Photographs - Max and Iris Stern in Sweden *note: file contains 30 b&w photographs and 31 colour photographs
File 6Photographs - Lake Placid (1966) *note: file contains 6 colour photographs
File 7Photographs - St. Moritz (1973) *note: file contains 6 colour photographs
File 8Photographs - Max and Iris Stern in Venice *note: file contains 12 b&w photographs
File 9Photographs - Florida (1976-1984) *note: file contains 30 colour photographs, 18 colour negatives, and 17 colour Polaroids
File 10Photographs - Max Stern, Iris Stern, and Kees van Dongen *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs and 6 b&w negatives
File 11Photographs - Miscellaneous artists - Signed *note: file contains 18 b&w photographs, 3 colour photographs, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 12Photographs - Miscellaneous artists - Unsigned *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs, 1 b&w negative, 4 colour photographs, 1 colour negative, and 2 colour Polaroids
BoxFolder
Box 10File 1Photographs - Auguste Rodin centenary exhibition at the Dominion Gallery (1967) *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs
File 2Photographs - Paintings and sculptures from the collection of Max and Iris Stern at the Glenbow Museum (1977) *note: file contains 4 colour photographs
File 3Photographs - Miscellaneous events attended by Max Stern *note: file contains 16 b&w photographs, 10 colour photographs, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 4Photographs - Max Stern receiving the Order of Canada (1984) *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 9 colour photographs
File 5Photographs - Max Stern receiving honorary degree at Concordia University (1985) *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs
File 6Photographs - Iris Stern family members *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs, 2 colour photographs, and 1 letter
File 7Photographs - Miscellaneous, v. 1 *note: file contains 55 b&w photographs
File 8Photographs - Miscellaneous, v. 2 *note: file contains 44 b&w photographs
File 9Photographs - Miscellaneous, v. 3 *note: file contains 75 b&w photographs
File 10Photographs - Miscellaneous, v. 4 *note: file contains 4 b&w photographs, 1 b&w negative, 2 colour photographs, and 4 colour Polaroids
File 11Photographs - Miscellaneous negatives *note: file contains 27 b&w negatives and 2 b&w glass plate negatives
BoxFolder
Box 11File 1Photographs - Hedi Stern by Jlse Forberg, Atelier Jagerhofstrasse 26, Düsseldorf (ca. 1920) *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs
File 2Photographs - Hedi Stern (ca. 1925) *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs
File 3Photographs - Gerda Stern by Jlse Forberg, Atelier Jagerhofstrasse 26, Düsseldorf (ca. 1925) *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 4Photographs - Hedi and Gerda Stern with an unidentified third person (ca. 1918) *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs from the same negative
File 5Photographs - Max Stern by Nakash Portraits (ca. 1970) *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs
File 6Photographs - Max Stern by Yousuf Karsh (ca. 1982) *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs; one framed photograph of Max Stern by Karsh is stored in a drawing cabinet
File 7Photographs - Max and Iris Stern (ca. 1975) *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 8Photographs - Signed photographs of artists *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs of Massimo Campigli, Stanley Cosgrove (1953), Pericle Fazzini (1973), Emilio Greco (1972), Georges Mathieu (1972), Luciano Minguzzi, and one unidentified artist.
File 9Photographs - Emilio Greco *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 10Photographs - E.J. Hughes (ca. 1975) *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs
File11Photographs - Dominion Gallery interior by Laszlo Montreal (July 1985) *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs; one photograph is stored in a drawing cabinet
File 12Photographs - Max Stern by Jacques Dufresne (ca. 1985) *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
BoxFolder
Box 12File 1Toronto Symphony fiftieth anniversary medallion designed by Sorel Etrog (1971)
File 2Hebrew University of Jerusalem medallion (1973) *note: item inscribed "Honorary Alumus Dr. Max Stern 1973"
File 3Israel Museum commemorative medallion (1978)
File 4Charles Daudelin commemorative sculpture (1984) *note: item inscribed "Hommage a Max Stern Le Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal 1984"
File 5University of Sherbrooke, Faculty of Medicine medallion (1986) *note: item inscribed "Hommage de Reconnaissance a Max Stern, C.M. Ph.D. Donateur Insigne"
File 6Medallion by Georges Mathieu *note: item inscribed "Mathieu" on one side and "Moult de parte" on the other
File 7Unidentified medallion
BoxFolder
Box 13File 1Medallion designed by Jacques Lipchitz presented to Max Stern by Teddy Kolleck, Mayor of Jerusalem (November 1983)
BoxFolder
Box 14File 1Order of Canada (1984)
BoxFolder
Box 15File 1Acknowledgement from Sir George Williams University, Montreal (1963) *note: item given to Max Stern in recognition of his donation of a painting by Goodridge Roberts
File 2Life Governor award from the Maimonides Hospital Foundation (1984)
File 3Honourary plaque from the Maimonides Hospital Foundation (ca. 1984)
BoxFolder
Box 16File 1Commemorative medallions designed by Robert Couturier, Pericle Fazzini, Emilio Greco, and Georges Mathieu

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Series 2 - Galerie Stern Files

BoxFolder
Box 17File 1Galerie Stern scrapbook (ca. 1920-1937) *note: item contains clippings, two photographs of the Galerie Stern, and one attached exhibition catalogue (Kopien Nach Alten Meistern von Eduard von Gebhardt)
File 2Galerie Stern advertisement (ca. 1920)
BoxFolder
Box 18File 1Galerie Stern index cards with client names (ca. 1926-1937)
BoxFolder
Box 19File 1Gemäldegalerie Julius Stern Düsseldorf Königsallee 23 (ca. 1920)
File 2Miscellaneous clippings (1920-1934) *note: file includes obituary of Julius Stern
File 3Gerhard Janssen exhibition at the Galerie Stern (1917, 1931) *note: file includes one exhibition invitation, one newspaper article, and 23 postcard reproductions of works by the artist
File 4Photographs of Galerie Stern paintings *note: file contains 16 b&w photographs
File 5Photographs of lost paintings from the Galerie Stern *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs
File 6Photographs of miscellaneous art works, v. 1 *note: file contains 29 b&w photographs
File 7Photographs of miscellaneous art works, v. 2 *note: file contains 65 b&w photographs
File 8Inventory of sales catalogues - 2 copies (ca. 1937)
File 9Inventory of exhibition catalogues (ca. 1937)
File 10Inventory of Max Stern's library (ca. 1937)

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Series 3 - Correspondence

BoxFolder
Box 20File 1Letters to and the from Stern family in Germany (ca. 1864, 1866, 1902, 1916-1939)
File 2Postcards to the Stern family in Germany (1915-1937)
File 3Letters to and from the Stern family in London, A-M (1936-1940)
File 4Letters to and from the Stern family in London, L-Z (1936-1940)
File 5Correspondence with Selma Stern, Hedi Stern Selbiger, and Hans Selbiger (1946-1954)
File 6Correspondence with Selma Stern, Hedi Stern Selbiger, and Hans Selbiger (1955-1959)
File 7Correspondence with Hedi Stern Selbiger and Hans Selbiger (1970-1984)
BoxFolder
Box 21File 1Correspondence with Selma Stern, Hedi Stern Selbiger and Hans Selbiger (1960-1981)
File 2Correspondence with Gerda and Siegfried Thalheimer (1946-1954)
File 3Correspondence with Gerda Thalheimer (1955-1981)
File 4Correspondence with Eugenia Collins (1937-1988)
File 5Correspondence with Wilhelm Ewald (1948-1955)
File 6Correspondence with Delius Giese (1942-1943)
File 7Correspondence with Baron Wolf von Richtofen (1951-1968)
File 8Correspondence with Karl Rosenthal (1948-1953)
File 9Correspondence with Werner Strauss (1948-1957)
File 10Miscellaneous correspondence (1951-1985)
File 11Postcards addressed to Iris Stern (ca. 1930-1946)
File 12Postcards addressed to Max and Iris Stern (1960-1965)
BoxFolder
Box 22File 1Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1948-1956)
File 2Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1951-1959)
File 3Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1953-1958)
File 4Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1953-1959)
File 5Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1960-1964)
File 6Correspondence with Erich Wenderoth (1965-1967)
BoxFolder
Box 23File 1Christmas and greeting cards (1962-1963)
File 2Christmas and greeting cards, no. 1 (1964)
File 3Christmas and greeting cards, no. 2 (1964)
File 4Christmas and greeting cards (1968-1969)
BoxFolder
Box 24File 1Christmas and greeting cards (1975-1979)
File 2Christmas and greeting cards (1976-1979)
File 3Christmas and greeting cards (1977-1978)
File 4Christmas and greeting cards (1979)
File 5Christmas and greeting cards (ca. 1960-1980)
File 6Christmas and greeting cards (1986)
BoxFolder
Box 25File 1Original Christmas and greeting cards, A-D (1946-1967)
File 2Original Christmas and greeting cards, E-L (1946-1967)
File 3Original Christmas and greeting cards, M-Z (1946-1967)
File 4Max and Iris Stern blank Christmas cards

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Series 4 - Travel Files

BoxFolder
Box 26File 1Travel - Europe 1948-1949 - Correspondence
File 2Travel - Europe 1950-1955 - Correspondence
File 3Travel - Europe 1956-1959 - Correspondence
File 4Travel - Europe 1960 - Correspondence
File 5Travel - Europe 1961 - Correspondence
File 6Travel - Europe 1962 - Correspondence
File 7Travel - Europe 1963 - Correspondence
File 8Travel - Europe 1964 - Correspondence
File 9Travel - Europe 1964 - Purchases
BoxFolder
Box 27File 1Travel - Europe 1965 - Correspondence
File 2Travel - Europe 1965 - Dominion Gallery reports to Max Stern
File 3Travel - Europe 1965 - Receipts
File 4Travel - Europe 1965 - Purchases
File 5Travel - New York 1965 - Receipts
File 6Travel - Europe 1966 - Correspondence
File 7Travel - Europe 1966 - Dominion Gallery reports to Max Stern
File 8Travel - Europe 1966 - Purchases
File 9Travel - New York and Quebec 1968 - Receipts
File 10Travel - Europe 1968 - Purchases
BoxFolder
Box 28File 1Travel - New York and Florida, Christmas 1968 - Receipts
File 2Travel - Europe 1969 - Correspondence
File 3Travel - Europe 1969 - Purchases
File 4Travel - Europe 1969 - Receipts
File 5Travel - Europe 1970 - Correspondence
File 6Travel - Europe 1970 - Purchases
File 7Travel - Europe 1970 - Receipts
File 8Travel - Europe 1971 - Correspondence
File 9Travel - Europe 1971 - Purchases
File 10Travel - Europe 1971 - Receipts
File 11Travel - Florida 1971 - Miscellaneous
File 12Travel - Europe 1972 - Correspondence
BoxFolder
Box 29File 1Travel - Europe 1972 - Purchases
File 2Travel - Europe 1972 - Receipts
File 3Travel - Europe 1973 - Correspondence
File 4Travel - Europe 1973 - Purchases
File 5Travel - Europe 1973 - Receipts
File 6Travel - Bermuda 1973 - Miscellaneous
File 7Travel - Florida 1973-1974 - Miscellaneous
File 8Travel - Europe 1974 - Correspondence
File 9Travel - Europe 1974 - Purchases
BoxFolder
Box 30File 1Travel - Europe 1974 - Receipts
File 2Travel - Toronto 1974 - Miscellaneous
File 3Travel - Bermuda 1974 - Miscellaneous
File 4Travel - Florida 1974-1975 - Miscellaneous
File 5Travel - Europe 1975 - Correspondence
File 6Travel - Europe 1975 - Purchases
File 7Travel - Europe 1975 - Receipts
File 8Travel - Toronto 1975 - Miscellaneous
File 9Travel - Western Canada 1975 - Miscellaneous
File 10Travel - Florida 1975-1976 - Miscellaneous
BoxFolder
Box 31File 1Travel - Europe 1976 - Correspondence
File 2Travel - Europe 1976 - Purchases
File 3Travel - Europe 1976 - Receipts
File 4Travel - Stowe, Vermont, 1976 - Miscellaneous
File 5Travel - Europe 1977 - Correspondence, purchases, receipts
File 6Travel - Florida 1977 - Miscellaneous
File 7Travel - Stowe, Vermont, 1977 - Miscellaneous
File 8Travel - Europe 1978 - Correspondence, purchases, receipts
File 9Travel - Florida 1978 - Miscellaneous
File 10Travel - Stowe, Vermont, 1978 - Miscellaneous
File 11Travel - Vancouver 1978 - Miscellaneous
File 12Travel - Europe 1979 - Correspondence, purchases, receipts
File 13Travel - New York 1979 - Miscellaneous
File 14Travel - Quebec City 1979 - Miscellaneous
BoxFolder
Box 32File 1Travel - Europe 1980 - Miscellaneous
File 2Travel - Canada 1980 - Miscellaneous
File 3Travel - New York 1980-1984 - Miscellaneous
File 4Travel - Florida 1980-1986 - Miscellaneous
File 5Travel - Europe 1981 - Correspondence, purchases, receipts
File 6Travel - Europe 1982 - Correspondence, purchases, receipts
File 7Travel - Western Canada and the United States 1982 - Miscellaneous
BoxFolder
Box 33File 1Travel - Europe 1983 - Miscellaneous
File 2Travel - Israel 1983 - Miscellaneous
File 3Travel - Europe 1984 - Miscellaneous
File 4Travel - Europe 1985 - Miscellaneous
File 5Travel - Stowe, Vermont, 1985 - Miscellaneous
File 6Travel - Europe 1987 - Miscellaneous
File 7Travel - Florida and New York 1987 - Miscellaneous
File 8Travel - Vancouver 1987 (Michel Moreault) - Miscellaneous
File 9Travel - Florida 1987 (Michel Moreault) - Miscellaneous
File 10Travel - Miscellaneous

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Series 5 - Art Collection Files

BoxFolder
Box 34File 1Household furnishings and objets d'art - Inventories (ca. 1938-1945)
File 2Household furnishings and objets d'art - Appraisals (1968-1981)
File 3Household furnishings and objets d'art - Miscellaneous (1951-1972, predominant 1968-1972) *note: file includes 3 colour photographs, 35 colour slides, and 23 colour Polaroids of carpets owned by Max and Iris Stern
File 4Household furnishings and objets d'art - Photographs *note: file contains 23 b&w photographs, 16 b&w negatives, 7 colour photographs, and 38 colour negatives
File 5Max Stern art collection - Inventories
BoxFolder
Box 35File 1Iris Stern art collection - Inventories
File 2Personal art collection - Purchases (1970-1987)
File 3Miscellaneous appraisals
File 4Insurance claims (1976-1983)
File 5Miscellaneous valuations
File 6Miscellaneous confirmed valuations
File 7Winthrop House, Palm Beach - Personal art collection (1978-1987)
File 8Port Royal Apartments, Montreal - Personal art collection (1983-1986)
File 9Max Stern estate
BoxFolder
Box 36File 1Donations - Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston (1978-1986)
File 2Donations - Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (1979-1980)
File 3Donations - Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton (1984-1986)
File 4Donations - Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal (1984-1986)
File 5Donations - Confederation Centre of Arts, Charlottetown (1979-1982)
File 6Donations - Edmonton Art Gallery (1972-1985)
File 7Donations - Glenbow Museum, Calgary (1976-1985)
File 8Donations - Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1983-1984)
File 9Donations - MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, University of Guelph (1985-1986)
File 10Donations - McCord Museum, Montreal (1981-1982)
File 11Donations - McMichael Canadian Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario (1974-1981)
File 12Donations - Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, v. 1 (1972-1980)
File 13Donations - Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, v. 2 (1981-1988)
BoxFolder
Box 37File 1Donations - Musée d'art contemporain, Montreal, v. 1 (1976-1986)
File 2Donations - Musée d'art contemporain, Montreal, v. 2 (1982-1985)
File 3Donations - Musée d'art Joliette (1973-1986)
File 4Donations - Musée du Québec (1983-1987)
File 5Donations - National Gallery of Canada (1981-1985)
File 6Donations - University of Sherbrooke (1983-1986)
File 7Donations - Vancouver Art Gallery (1983-1984)
File 8Donations - Miscellaneous (1976-1986)
File 9Donations - Miscellaneous lists (1976-1986)
BoxFolder
Box 38File 1Loans - Concordia Art Gallery, Montreal (1983)
File 2Loans - Edmonton Art Gallery (1974-1980)
File 3Loans - Glenbow Museum, Calgary (1971-1985)
File 4Loans - Glenbow Museum, Calgary - Condition reports (1983)
File 5Loans - Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Coral Gables, Florida, v. 1 (1977-1985)
File 6Loans - Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Coral Gables, Florida, v. 2 (1977-1985)
BoxFolder
Box 39File 1Loans - Musée Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Montreal (1983)
File 2Loans - National Gallery of Canada (1980)
File 3Loans - Norton Art Gallery, Palm Beach (1977-1984)
File 4Loans - Vancouver Art Gallery (1983-1985)
File 5Loans - Vancouver Art Gallery - Condition reports received from the Glenbow Museum, Calgary (1983)
File 6Photographs - Ahmad Al-Shaikhly *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 7Photographs - Alexander Archipenko *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs
File 8Photographs - Hans Arp *note: file contains 14 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 9Photographs - Michel Ash *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 colour negative
File 10Photographs - César Baldaccini *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs, 4 b&w negatives, and 1 colour slide
File 11Photographs - André Barelier *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 12Photographs - P.V. Beaulieu *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs and 5 b&w negatives
File 13Photographs - Frederick Marlett Bell-Smith *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 14Photographs - Paul-Emile Borduas *note: file contains 18 b&w photographs, 8 b&w negatives, 4 colour photographs, 1 colour negative, and 9 colour transparencies
BoxFolder
Box 40File 1Photographs - Edith Marie Bouchard *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 2Photograph - Marie-Cecile Bouchard *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 3Photographs - Simone Marie Bouchard *note: file contains 4 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 4Photographs - Massimo Campigli *note: file contains 10 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 5Photographs - Emily Carr *note: file contains 59 b&w photographs, 25 b&w negatives, 4 colour transparencies, and 2 colour Polaroids
File 6Photographs - Bruno Cassinari *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs, 2 b&w negatives, and 2 colour transparencies
File 7Photographs - Lynn Russell Chadwick *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs, 3 b&w negatives, and 1 colour transparency
File 8Photographs - Pierre Clerk *note: file contains 4 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 9Photographs - Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 10Photographs - Stanley Cosgrove *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs, 6 b&w negatives, and 2 colour photographs
File 11Photographs - Robert Couturier *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 12Photographs - Jean Dallaire *note: file contains 26 b&w photographs and 11 b&w negatives
File 13Photographs - André Derain *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 14Photographs - Jean Dufy *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs, 1 b&w negative, and 2 colour transparencies
File 15Photographs - Dietz Edzard *note: file contains 10 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 16Photographs - Sorel Etrog *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 colour Polaroid
File 17Photographs - János Farkas *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
BoxFolder
Box 41File 1Photographs - Pericle Fazzini *note: file contains 14 b&w photographs and 5 b&w negatives
File 2Photographs - Lloyd Fitzgerald *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph, 1 b&w negative, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 3Photographs - Tsugouharu Foujita *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 4Photographs - Lillian Freiman *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 5Photographs - Clarence Gagnon *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs
File 6Photographs - François Gall *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 7Photographs - Pablo Gargallo *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 8Photographs - Eric Goldberg *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 b&w negative
File 9Photographs - Emilio Greco *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs and 6 b&w negatives
File 10Photographs - Lawren Harris *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs, 8 b&w negatives, 4 colour transparencies, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 11Photographs - John Hass *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 12Photographs - Jules Herve *note: file contains 4 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 13Photographs - Edwin H. Holgate *note: file contains 4 b&w photographs, 5 b&w negatives, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 14Photographs - E.J. Hughes *note: file contains 18 b&w photographs, 9 b&w negatives, 3 colour transparencies, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 15Photographs - Robert Newton Hurley *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 16Photographs - A.Y. Jackson *note: file contains 1 colour Polaroid
File 17Photographs - Otto Reinhold Jacobi *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 18Photographs - W. Langdon Kihn *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 19Photographs - Cornelius Krieghoff *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs, 3 b&w negatives, and 1 colour transparency
File 20Photographs - Robert La Palme *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 21Photographs - Marie Laurencin *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 colour transparency
File 22Photographs - John Douglas Lawley *note: file contains 10 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 23Photographs - Fernand Léger *note: file contains 6 b&w photographs, 5 b&w negatives, and 3 colour photographs
File 24Photographs - Arthur Lismer *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 25Photographs - John Little *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
BoxFolder
Box 42File 1Photographs - John Lyman *note: file contains 22 b&w photographs, 18 b&w negatives, and 6 colour transparencies
File 2Photographs - J.E.H. MacDonald *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs, 5 b&w negatives, and 1 colour slide
File 3Photographs - Pegi Nicol MacLeod *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 b&w negative
File 4Photographs - Wadie Mahdy *note: file contains 12 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 5Photographs - Aristide Maillol *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 6Photographs - Mané-Katz *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 7Photographs - Giacomo Manzù *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs
File 8Photographs - André Marchand *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 9Photographs - Marino Marini *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 10Photographs - Master of the Barbara Legend *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs, 4 b&w negatives, and 4 colour photographs
File 11Photographs - Georges Mathieu *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs, 7 b&w negatives, 4 colour slides, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 12Photographs - John Matthews *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 13Photographs - Mabel May *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 14Photographs - Jean Metzinger *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph
File 15Photographs - Guy Michon *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 16Photographs - David Milne *note: file contains 1 b&w negative
File 17Photographs - Luciano Minguzzi *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs, 4 b&w negatives, and 2 colour Polaroids
File 18Photographs - Mirko *note: file contains 16 b&w photographs and 8 b&w negatives
File 19Photographs - Henry Moore *note: file contains 25 b&w photographs, 9 b&w negatives, and 2 colour photographs
File 20Photographs - Patrick Morgan *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 21Photographs - David Morrice *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 b&w negative
BoxFolder
Box 43File 1Photographs - James Wilson Morrice *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs, 12 b&w negatives, and 1 colour transparency
File 2Photographs - Norval Morrisseau *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 3Photographs - Mario Negri *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 4Photographs - Daphne Odjig *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 5Photographs - Roland Oudot *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 6Photographs - Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 7Photographs - Mimi Parent *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 8Photographs - Alfred Pellan *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 9Photographs - Llewellyn Petley-Jones *note: file contains 8 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 10Photographs - Walter J. Phillips *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 11Photographs - Pablo Picasso *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 12Photographs - Robert Wakeham Pilot *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 13Photographs - Bernard Reder *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs, 4 b&w negatives, and 1 colour slide
File 14Photographs - Jeanne Rhéaume *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 5 b&w negatives
File 15Photographs - Jean-Paul Riopelle *note: file contains 7 b&w photographs, 2 b&w negatives, 1 colour negative, 3 colour transparencies, and 1 colour slide
File 16Photographs - Goodridge Roberts (landscapes) *note: file contains 28 b&w photographs, 8 b&w negatives, and 6 colour Polaroids
File 17Photographs - Goodridge Roberts (figures and still lifes) *note: file contains 29 b&w photographs, 14 b&w negatives, 16 colour slides, and 3 colour Polaroids
File 18Photographs - Auguste Rodin *note: file contains 11 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 19Photographs - Robert Roussil *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 4 b&w negatives
File 20Photographs - Peter Sager *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives
File 21Photographs - Hans Schleeh *note: file contains 10 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 22Photographs - Marian Scott *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs and 6 b&w negatives
File 23Photographs - Valentin Shabaeff *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
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Box 44File 1Photographs - Jori Smith *note: file contains 13 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 2Photographs - Frederick B. Taylor *note: file contains 9 b&w photographs and 5 b&w negatives
File 3Photographs - Jacques Godefroy de Tonnancour *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 5 b&w negatives
File 4Photographs - Kees van Dongen *note: file contains 33 b&w photographs, 16 b&w negatives, 3 colour photographs, 1 colour negative, 18 colour transparencies, and 23 colour slides
File 5Photographs - Jesús Carlos de Vilallonga *note: file contains 15 b&w photographs, 6 b&w negatives, 1 colour transparency, and 1 colour Polaroid
File 6Photographs - John Stanley Walsh *note: file contains 3 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 7Photographs - Homer Watson *note: file contains 1 b&w photograph and 1 b&w negative
File 8Photographs - David Wilkie *note: file contains 2 b&w photographs and 1 b&w negative
File 9Photographs - Robert Scottie Wilson *note: file contains 8 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 10Photographs - William Winter *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 3 b&w negatives
File 11Photographs - Ossip Zadkine *note: file contains 5 b&w photographs and 2 b&w negatives

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Series 6 - Clipping Files

BoxFolder
Box 44File 12Magazine articles (1957-1980)
File 13Magazine articles (1981-1985)
File 14Press clippings (1946, 1951-1955)
BoxFolder
Box 45File 1Press clippings (1956-1960)
File 2Press clippings (1961-1970)
File 3Press clippings (1971-1980)
File 4Press clippings (1981-1987)
File 5Miscellaneous articles and press clippings (1951-1986, undated)

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Series 7 - Diaries, Daily Calendars, and Address Books

BoxFolder
Box 46File 1Merbuch 1938
File 2The Varsity Pocket Diary 1940
File 3Walker's Diary 1942
File 4Diary 1942
File 5Marquette Junior Diary 1944
File 6Marquette Junior Diary 1945
File 7Flexor Diary 1946
File 8Marquette Junior Diary 1947
File 9Standard Diary 1948
File 10International Paints Diary 1949
File 11Daily Calendar 1969, no. 1
File 12Daily Calendar 1969, no. 2
File 13Planning Guide 1969, no. 1
File 14Planning Guide 1969, no. 2
File 15Planning Guide 1970, no. 1
File 16Planning Guide 1970, no. 2
File 17Planning Guide 1972
File 18Planning Guide, January-October 1973
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Box 47File 1Planning Guide, October 1973-November 1974
File 2Planning Guide, December 1974-November 1975
File 3Planning Guide 1975
File 4Lloyd's Diary 1987
File 5Address book, no. 1
File 6Address book, no. 2
File 7Address book, no. 3
File 8Address book, no. 4

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Series 8 - Art Reproductions

BoxFolder
Box 47File 9Postcards from the Museum voor Moderne Kunst *note: file contains 19 postcards
File 10Postcards from the L.D.M. Sweat Memorial Art Museum, Portland, Maine *note: file contains 6 postcards
File 11Postcards from the Musée Communal, Bruges *note: file contains 14 postcards
File 12Postcards from the Rotterdam Museum *note: file contains 12 postcards
File 13Postcards of art works by Conrad von Soest *note: file contains 9 postcards
File 14Postcards from the "Musée Mr. et Mme M.M. Khalil, U.A.R." *note: file contains 16 postcards
File 15Art reproductions by University Prints, Boston, v. 1 *note: file contains 180 items
File 16Art reproductions by University Prints, Boston, v. 2 *note: file contains 161 items
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Box 48File 1John Rodgers and his Statuette Groups. New York Historical Society prints *note: file contains 12 items
File 2Calendar, 1963. Kunsthandel Pieter A. Scheen *note: file contains 6 items
File 3Reproductions of paintings showing scenes in and around Montreal *note: file contains 68 items
File 4Miscellaneous art reproductions *note: file contains 4 items

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Series - Sound and Video Recordings

Box
Audio cassette copies –
Box 49Max Stern autobiography, no. 1. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette and 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 2. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette and 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 3. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette and 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 4. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette and 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 5. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 6. – February 1983. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 7. – ca. 1983. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 8. – 1985. – 1 audio cassette
Exhibition at the Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo and investing in art. – 28 February 1973. – 1 audio cassette
Dominion Gallery lecture and tour. – 2 November 1976. – 1 audio cassette
Dominion Gallery lecture and CBC Nightcap episode with Dal Corran. – 9 November 1976-ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
Instructions to Dominion Gallery staff, discussion of Emily Carr, discussion of "schlock" art, telephone conversations. – ca. November 1976-ca. January 1979. – 2 audio cassettes
Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 1. – 1 May 1978. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 2. – 8 May 1978. – 1 audio cassette
CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Larceny and Old Masters"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette.
CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market") and Dominion Gallery tour. – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern discusses the career of Jean Dallaire. – 1980. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern rehearsing lecture. – ca. 1980. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Ninon Gauthier and instructions to Dominion Gallery staff. – 9 December 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Investing in art interview. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern eightieth birthday list. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern eightieth birthday speech and Henry Moore. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern rehearsing E.J. Hughes lecture. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Lynn Henderson. CBC Saturday Spotlight. – 5 January 1985. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern and Ann Garrould interview. – 1 October 1985. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Normand Biron. – 1986. – 1 audio cassette
Box
Video cassette copies –
Box 50Consumerscope with Kathy Keefler. – 1980. – 1 video cassette
Today from Quebec with Lynn Allison. – 1980. – 1 video cassette
Steppin' Out with Wayne Grigsby and Katie Malloch. – 25 November 1982. – 1 video cassette
Box
Original audio reels –
Box 51Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 1. – 1 May 1978. – 2 audio reels
Max Stern interviewed by Dal Corran, CBC, no. 2. – 8 May 1978. – 2 audio reels
Box
Original audio cassettes –
Box 52Max Stern autobiography, no. 1. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 2. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 3. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 4. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 5. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 6. – February 1983. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 7. – ca. 1983. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern autobiography, no. 8. – 1985. – 1 audio microcassette
Exhibition at the Galerie Tamenaga, Tokyo. – 28 February 1973. – 1 audio cassette
Dominion Gallery lecture and tour. – 2 November 1976. – 1 audio cassette
Dominion Gallery lecture and CBC Nightcap episode with Dal Corran – 9 November 1976-ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
Instructions to Dominion Gallery staff, discussion of Emily Carr, discussion of "schlock" art, telephone conversations. – ca. November 1976-ca. January 1979. – 1 audio cassette
CBC Nightcap) with Dal Corran ("Larceny and Old Masters"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market"). – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
CBC Nightcap with Dal Corran ("Taste and Money in the Canadian Art Market") and Dominion Gallery tour. – ca. 1978. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern discussing the career of Jean Dallaire. - 1980. - 1 audio cassette
Max Stern rehearsing lecture. – ca. 1980. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Ninon Gauthier and instructions to Dominion Gallery staff. – 9 December 1982. – 1 audio microcassette
Investing in art interview. – ca. 1982. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern eightieth birthday list. – 1984. – 1 audio microcassette
Max Stern eightieth birthday speech and Henry Moore. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern rehearsing E.J. Hughes lecture. – 1984. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Lynn Henderson. CBC Saturday Spotlight. – 5 January 1985. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern and Ann Garrould interview. – October 1985. – 1 audio cassette
Max Stern interviewed by Normand Biron. – 1986. – 2 audio microcassettes
Box
Original video cassettes –
Box 53Consumerscope with Kathy Keefler. – 1980. – 1 video cassette
Today from Quebec with Lynn Allison. – 1980. – 1 video cassette
Steppin' Out with Wayne Grigsby and Katie Malloch. – 25 November 1982. – 1 video cassette
Box
Box 54De Jur Grundig Stenorette tape recorder
Fi-Cord mini-tape recorder

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