Papers of Fernand Lungren, 1897-1928.

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Lungren, Fernand, 1857-1932. Papers of Fernand Lungren, 1897-1928.

Papers of Fernand Lungren, 1897-1928.

The collection consists of essays, diary entries, letters and ephemera pertaining to the life and work of Fernand Lungren. All essays and journal entries were authored by Lungren and principally address artistic topics. Most of the correspondence is addressed to Lungren and is from fellow artists, authors, and periodical editors. Subjects addressed within the collection include Elizabeth Bacon Custer, Hamlin Garland, Charles Fletcher Lummis, Stewart Edward White, William Allen White, Owen Wister, 20th century art in California, 19th and 20th century art in the United States, art schools in Pennsylvania, Impressionism in the United States, Indians of the Yucatan Peninsula, the rubber industry and trade in the Yucatan, the water-supply of Los Angeles and water transfer from the Owens River Valley.

94 pieces.1 box.

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