Personal correspondence and a few other items are listed in Correspondence of Isabella Stewart Gardner at the Gardner Museum (Boston, n.d.), a small brochure printed by the Museum. A published catalogue of musical holdings is in preparation by Ralphe Locke of the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music. There is also an unpublished partial case list.
Note: All of the personal correspondence is available on microfilm through the Archives of American Art in Washington, D.C.
Restriction: Serious scholars and researchers only.
Personal correspondence of Gardner includes letters from Boris Anisfeld, 1; Ossip Solomonovitch Gabrilowitsch, 2: 4 April 1918 and n.d.; Charles Martin Loeffler, 114; Ignace Jan Paderewski, 2, n.d.; Ivan Panin, 2; Anna Pavlova, 1; Baron Roman Romanovich Rosen, 10; Baroness Elizabeth Rosen, 2; and Amelie Rives [Princess Troubetzkoy], 1. (NUCMC 65–1944)
Among correspondence collected by her is 1 letter of F. M. Dostoevskii [Dostoevsky/Dostoyevskii/Dostoyevsky].