Letters to William James Stillman and John Durand from artists, 1854-1861.

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Stillman, William James, 1828-1901. Letters to William James Stillman and John Durand from artists, 1854-1861.

Letters to William James Stillman and John Durand from artists, 1854-1861.

Letters primarily concern subscriptions to the "Crayon," a journal devoted to the graphic arts and related literature edited by Durand and published by Stillman and Durand, New York. Writing to Stillman are Christopher Pearse Cranch, James William Glass, and Richard Saltonstall Greenough; to Durand are Albert Bierstadt, George Fuller, James McDougal Hart (2), Frank Blackwell Mayer, Larkin Mead, Erastus Dow Palmer, Leonard Wells Volk, and John Quincy Adams Ward; and to both Durand and Stillman are Jervis McEntee, Thomas Prichard Rossiter, and James Suydam.

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