Ann T. Walton papers, 1896-2002 (Bulk 1981-1987).


Walton, Ann Thorson. Ann T. Walton papers, 1896-2002 (Bulk 1981-1987).

Ann T. Walton papers, 1896-2002 (Bulk 1981-1987).

Project files, research notes, chapter drafts, correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, photographs, and other materials compiled or created by Walton for her art catalog After the Buffalo Were Gone, in her role as curator of collections for Burlington Northern Railroad and as a freelance art consultant.

6.0 cu. ft. (12 boxes).

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