Mary Cobb Collection, 1968-2003.


Mary Cobb Collection, 1968-2003.

Collection contains information pertaining to Cobb's career and artwork, and includes nearly 300 examples of her original drawings and paintings. Also included are photographs of Cobb's artwork in various stages of completion, and of subjects while sitting.

4 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7766168

The Filson Historical Society

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