Papers, 1813-1948, 1872-1909 (bulk).

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Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909. Papers, 1813-1948, 1872-1909 (bulk).

Papers, 1813-1948, 1872-1909 (bulk).

Correspondence, primarily letters received, with other artists, publishers, and friends, including Powhatan Clarke, Leonard Wood, Theodore Roosevelt, Nelson Miles, and Childe Hassam, and Remington's letters to his wife Eva, 1867-1909; notebooks recording places visited, sights seen, and colors, some from the Spanish-American War, 1881-1898; diaries, 1907-1909, discussing his camp on the St. Lawrence River, progress of his art works and bronzes, and the construction of a new house at Richfield, Conn.; sketchbooks, some of which also contain notes; autograph and address books; ledgers, some concerning the sale of bronzes and drawings; contracts and other legal papers; and numerous photographs of himself, family, friends, property, Indians, the American West, horses, his studio, his paintings, and places where he traveled including Montreal, Germany, and Arabia, 1872-1907.

ca. 16 cubic ft.

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