Emerson Crosby Kelly research material relating to J. Francis Murphy, 1761-1973.
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Art club at 47 5th Avenue, New York, N.Y. From the description of Salmagundi Club exhibition catalogs, [ca. 1915]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553241 Founded in 1879 in Louisville, Kentucky, the Salmagundi club was an all-male social and literary club devoted to conversation and the exchange of ideas. The club's constitution restricted membership to 24, with new members nominated by club members and elected by secret ballot. Members rotated responsibility for hosting m...
Artist and photographer. From the description of Napoleon Sarony correspondence, 1883. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980397 ...
Father of Frank and George Murphy. From the description of John F. Murphy papers, 1883-1926. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418357 John F. Murphy was born in June 17, 1849 in Guelph, Ontario, of American parents. He graduated from the Law School of the University of Michigan in 1881, then later moved to Harbor Beach, Michigan where he entered private practice. In addition, Murphy served as prosecuting attorney of Huron County, city attorney of Harbor Beach, ...
Emerson Crosby Kelly, M.D., art collector, surgeon, and medical bibliographer; d. 1977. J. Francis Murphy, landscape painter and one of the leading tonalists of the American Barbizon school, lived and worked in New York City and Arkville, N.Y. Studied very briefly at the Chicago Academy of Design, 1875. Member of the National Academy of Design and active in the Salmagundi Club. His wife, Adah Clifford Smith Murphy, a painter and illustrator, studied at the Female Art School of the Cooper Union f...
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...