William B. Osgood Field collection of additional prints, ca. 1580-1917.


William B. Osgood Field collection of additional prints, ca. 1580-1917.

Prints collected by William B. Osgood Field.

1 box (.5 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6384916

Houghton Library

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Field, William Bradhurst Osgood, 1870-1949

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William Bradhurst Osgood Field (1870-1949) was a landowner, collector and philanthropist from a New York family. He was the son of William Hazard Field and Augusta Currie Bradhurst Field, and the nephew of Osgood Field, a society figure in London and Rome. William's sister, Mary Pearsall Field, was also a socialite.In 1902 he married Lila Vanderbilt Sloane Field, the great-granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt. They divided their time between their three family properties, 645 Fifth Avenue in Ma...

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Huddy, W. M.

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Tiebout, Cornelius

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André, John, 1751-1780

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British army officer. From the description of The American times, a satire, in three parts : poem, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71070981 John André, a British army officer during the American Revolutionary war. In January 1777, he became captain of the 26th Regiment of Foot ; in early summer he became the aide-de-camp to Charles Gret, 1st Earl of Grey (1729-1807). and in 1778 was promoted to major. In 1779 André became adjutant general of the British Army and wa...

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Power, Marion.

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Henry Watkins Allen, a Mississippi attorney and Louisiana planter, was elected to both the Mississippi State Legislature (1842) and the Louisiana State Legislature (1854). Before being elected governor of Louisiana (1864-1865), he was a Confederate general. In 1865 he moved to Mexico City. Allen wrote letters and articles under the pseudonym Guy Mannering. From the description of Henry W. Allen portrait, circa 1898. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 261225444 ...

Walker, James, 1748-ca. 1819

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Janet, Gustave

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Schwartzburg, W. C.

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Westminster Magazine.

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Van Wyck Brooks was approached by the Westminster Magazine (Oglethorpe University, Ga.) in its quarterly incarnation, months before it merged with poetry magazine Bozart to become the Bozart-Westminster. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1935. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 190863634 ...

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Adrian Collaert

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June, John, fl. 1740-1770

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Noé, Amédée, comte de, 1819-1879

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Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892

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Edwin Whitefield was born in England in 1816, immigrating to the United States ca. 1840. Between 1840 and 1855, he studied and taught drawing in New York and New England. In the latter 1850s, he became a real estate speculator in the Minnesota territory and became involved in land and and townsite promotion in what is now Kandiyohi County and the Sauk River Valley, Minn. Between 1860 and 1864 he lived in Chicago, but spent his final years in Massachusetts until his death in 1892. Edwin's son Wil...


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Martin de Vos

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Hulett, James, d. 1771

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Miller, John, fl. ca. 1760

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Sintzenich, Eugene.

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T. B. Brown.

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