Howard Giles Papers 1878-1958


Howard Giles Papers 1878-1958

Papers of the American painter, lithographer. Correspondence, 1918-1957; exhibition catalogs, photographs, published material by and about Giles; and sketches and watercolors by Giles.

2.0 linear ft.



SNAC Resource ID: 6361704

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