Mary Bartlett Cowdrey papers. 1834-1963, bulk 1930-1954.

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Cowdrey, Mary Bartlett, 1910-1974. Mary Bartlett Cowdrey papers. 1834-1963, bulk 1930-1954.

Mary Bartlett Cowdrey papers. 1834-1963, bulk 1930-1954.

The papers of American art historian Mary Bartlett Cowdrey comprise nine linear feet of notes; correspondence; manuscripts of published and unpublished books and articles; engravings and lithographs from published sources; photographs of paintings and engravings; postcards; clippings from books, exhibition catalogs, magazines, and newspapers, for approximately 1,600 American artists active during the eighteenth through early twentieth centuries. The collection is arranged in five series that roughly correspond to Cowdrey's publishing and research projects.

9 linear feet (9 boxes)

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Art society; New York, N.Y. Harry Watrous was elected president of the National Academy of Design in 1894. He served as Chairman, Executive Committee on Art for the State of New York for the International Exposition of 1904 (Louisiana Purchase Exposition). Charles M. Kurtz was editor of NAD's Academy Notes, and was Asst. Chief, Dept. of Fine Arts, for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. From the description of National Academy of Design letterbook, 1891-1916. (Unknown). WorldCat...

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