HenryKirke Brown: The Father of American Sculpture manuscript 1836–1933 (bulk dates 1836–1882)


Henry Kirke Brown: The Father of American Sculpture manuscript, 1836–1933, (bulk dates 1836–1882)

HenryKirke Brown: The Father of American Sculpture manuscript 1836–1933 (bulk dates 1836–1882)

This collection comprises the carbon typescript for an unpublished manuscript titled "HenryKirke Brown: The Father of American Sculpture," which was compiled, written, and edited by Henry KirkeBush-Brown. It additionally includes an abridged version with the same title, also prepared by Bush-Brown. The typescript contains a description of Henry Kirke Brown's life, transcripts of his correspondence, photographs of his homes and artistic works,poems, sketches, and a genealogical chart of the Brown family. Several original letters, poems, photographs, and art are tipped into the typescript.

1.3 linear feet; (2boxes)


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