Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, photographs, paintings, and commercial art designs from Eddington's career as a graphic designer, artist, and faculty member at the University of Utah Art Department and the Brigham Young University Design Department. Materials cover the period from the 1940s through 2007.
Items that Alexander used to create illustrations and other artwork. These include a feather quill, brushes and pens, colored pencils, and ink bottles.
Set of materials used to add color to photographs from approximately 1940-1950. It includes eight tubes of paint, wooden and metal applicators, cotton, an eraser, a bottle of P.M. Solution, an instructions pamphlet, and a Kodak film price list. The materials are all in the original box.