Artists -- United States -- Biography
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Research material on the artist Maynard Dixon by Wesley M. Burnside. Materials include correspondence, periodical clippings, original and edited papers, and two signed documents by Dixon.
Dorothy Weir Young correspondence written circa September 9, 1926 to September 3, 1945. The letters concern the artistic work of her father, Julian Alden Weir and the work on her book. Also includes two drafts of letters written in French by Dorothy Weir Young.
Dorothy Weir Young papers, written circa December 18, 1945 to 1960, includes a self-compiled book of poetry, newspaper article about Dorothy, a Red Cross Certificate signed by President Harry Truman, a memorandum book containing information on West Point, a notebook labeled "Cash Book" containing research notes.
Handwritten and signed letters dated February 10 and June 14. The year of their composition is uncertain. These manuscripts relate to Remington's attempt to get some of his works published.
Sale catalogs and circulars, exhibition announcements, prints of Russell's art works, news and magazine articles and clippings, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Russell's career as an artist. They document how some of his art work was marketed and published.